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Cohoes City School District

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Students can SAVE TIME by pre-enrolling online
before Monday, June 26!

 

Summer school at Cohoes H.S. starts Monday, July 10

June 20, 2017— Students who need to catch up in their courses can enroll in summer school at Cohoes H.S., offered for five weeks beginning Monday, July 10. Summer school is four days a week, Monday through Thursday, with the exception of Friday, July 14, in which students will be required to attend. There are two sessions for summer school:

Session I: 8-10 a.m.

Session II: 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

Potential course offerings include Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry Earth Science, English 9R, 10R & 11R, Global 1 & 2, Living Environment and U.S. History & Government 11R. Offerings are dependent on student enrollment. Below is a tentative course schedule:

 

REGULAR CLASSES
Session I Session II
Algebra I Algebra 2
Earth Science English 11R
English 9R Geometry
English 10R Global 2
Global 1 Living Environment
US Hist 11R  
Living Env. Lab (Min hours req.)
APEX
(Admin. approval required)
Sessions I & II
English Language Arts
Math
Science
Social Studies

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Students should report to the Cohoes High School counseling office to register.
The registration schedule is as follows:

June 27: 9 – 12 p.m. Cohoes students only

June 28: 11:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. District and non-district students

June 29: 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. District and non-district students

The high school is also offering Regents review classes (10 sessions) four days a week from July 31 to August 15 to help students prepare for August Regents exams.

 

Session III (12 – 1 p.m.) or Session IV (1 – 2 p.m.)
Algebra 1 Earth Science Global
Algebra 2 ELA Living Environment
Chemistry Geometry U.S. History & Gov.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summer school is free for Cohoes students. Fees for non-district students are $200 for regular classes, $60 for a Regents review class and $35 to sit for a Regents exam at CHS.

 

Summer school policy guidelines

Attendance

Students enrolled in Summer School Courses are allowed 3 absences. Only absences due to hospitalization or a death in the family will be excused. Family vacations are NOT excused absences. Students absent for more than 3 days from a course will be removed from the class and not receive credit for that course. Students should plan on attending each day, arriving on time and being an active participant in each class. Any student who is more than 5 min late will be considered tardy for the day, 3 tardies will equal a class absence. The parent/guardian of the student is to place a call to the Summer School Office at (518) 237-9100 ext. 1401 on the morning of their child’s absence.

 

Dress code

While we recognize that summer temperatures might make classrooms uncomfortable, appropriate dress is required at all times. No spaghetti straps, halter tops, midriff tops, or other inappropriate or distracting clothing will be allowed. Footwear and shirts are required at all times on school grounds. Hats are not allowed to be worn in class.

 

Smoking

Smoking by anyone is absolutely prohibited on school grounds by New York State Law. Students in violation will be referred to the Summer School Administrator and may be dismissed from Summer School.

 

Electronic devices

Students are expected to keep all electronic devices (including cell phones, iPods, video games etc.) away where they are not visually accessible and turned off during Summer School hours.

 

Science courses

To remediate a laboratory science course (Earth Science, Living Environment), all lab requirements must have been met during the school year. Proper documentation will be required by school official for any non-resident student

 

 

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