Here is the link for the summer school orientation recording:
FIRST SEMESTER: June 21 - July 9 (14 days 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.)
SECOND SEMESTER: July 12 - July 30 (15 days 8:00 a.m. - 12:10 p.m.)
Northern Humboldt Union High School District will be offering students both a traditional in-person and distance learning option as well as an Independent Study summer school option. Through Independent Study, a student can opt for online courses or paper packet work. Summer school consists of two, three-week sessions: June 21-July 9 is session 1 and July 12-July 30 is session 2. Students can only take one course per session in-person or distance learning . If your student needs to take two courses per session, they can either opt to take one course in-person or distance learning and one through Independent Study, OR they can take both through Independent Study. Students will earn five credits per course that they complete.
Student enrollment and participation in summer school is voluntary. For the online Independent Study program and students completing work via packets, students are required to attend a one-hour/week Zoom meeting with a teacher throughout the summer program or they will not earn credits. Students who enroll in an online course will be required to attend a mandatory orientation prior to starting. You can join via Zoom for one of the live meetings on Tuesday, June 8 from 5:30 - 7:00 pm or Wednesday, June 9 from 12:30 -2:00 pm. The orientation will also be recorded and made available on the District website for students and parents to watch if they are unable to attend the Zoom Meeting.
Priority registration materials are due on or before June 4. Please visit the links at the top of this page to register. You will find the summer school registration forms there. Please complete digitally. If you need paper copies, please contact Maria Coelho (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call at 707-825-2416.
The goal of summer school is to maintain student’s ability to graduate, therefore most courses are being offered for remediation. Remediation refers to enrollment of students who have previously taken the course, and would like to improve their grade or their knowledge of the material. Taking courses to accelerate is not an option.
Reminder: Four-year colleges require a grade of C- or higher in all college prep courses in order to meet the college entrance requirements.