CHS SUMMER LEARNING 2021
May 11, 2021
Dear Parent / Guardian:
We are excited to invite your child to our 2021 Summer Learning program. Any 9-12 student who meets any of the following criteria: at risk of being off-track with their graduation cohort, receiving either supplemental or intensive support and/or not meeting grade level reading proficiency requirements as outlined in the NC Excellent Public Schools Act has the opportunity to participate in the summer school learning experience.
The program will offer credit recovery, social and emotional learning experiences, breakfast, lunch, transportation, and an elective or enrichment time to prepare students for the upcoming school year. For all grade levels, participation in summer school is an opportunity and not contingent upon promotion or retention decisions.
Please click here and complete this transportation survey; and click here to complete the CHS survey (or use the QR code below) for your child to be included in this year's Summer Learning Program. If you have any quetions, please contact your child's school.
La Escuela Secundaria de Cummings
Aprendizaje de Verano 2021
11 de mayo de 2021
Estimado Padre / Tutor:
Nos complace invitar a su hijo(a) a nuestro programa de aprendizaje de verano 2021. Cualquier estudiante del 9-12 grado que cumpla con cualquiera de lost siguientes criterios: esté en riesgo de no graduarse a tiempo con su grupo, reciba apoyos suplementarios o intensivos y / o no cumpla con los requisitos de competencia de nivel de grado en lectura como es descrito en la Ley de Escuelas Públicas de Excelencia de Carolina del Norte tendrá la oportunidad de participar en la experiencia de aprendizaje de la escuela de verano.
El programa ofrecerá recuperación de créditos, experiencias de aprendizaje en el área social y emocional, desayuno, almuerzo, transportación y un tiempo electivo o de enriquecimiento para preparar a los estudiantes para el próximo año escolar. Para todos los niveles de grado la escuela de verano es una oportunidad y su asistencia no depende en la decisión de promoción o retención de grado.
Por favor haga clic aquí para completar esta encuesta de transporte; y haga clic aquí y complete nuestra encuesta de Cummings para incluir a su hijo(a) en el programa de aprendizaje del verano este año, (o use el código de QR abajo). Si usted tiene alguna pregunta, por favor, comuníquese con la escuela de su hijo(a).
Frequently Asked Questions
- Who is this aimed to support?
Any 9-12 student who meets any of the following criteria: at risk of being off-track with their graduation cohort, receiving either supplemental or intensive support and/or not meeting grade level reading proficiency requirements as outlined in the NC Excellent Public Schools Act has the opportunity to participate in the summer school learning experience.
- When is it?
The enrichment begins June 29-July 1 and resumes July 12 through August 5. It will only be available Monday through Thursday.
- What time is it? What time should students arrive on campus?
It will begin at 8:30 a.m. and end at 4:30 p.m. There will also be modified schedules made available.
- Where is it?
At Cummings High School
- Why is it being offered?
Students will be able to complete credit recovery, bridge learning gaps, and prepare for the ACT and WorkKeys exams.
- Is transportation offered?
Yes, the transportation survey must be completed by Friday, May 28th.
- Is lunch provided?
- Will students be in front of a computer screen all day?
No, there will be a time for lunch, intramurals, and social-emotional learning.
- Will there be health safety protocols in place? If so, what kind?
TBD based on the health safety requirements at the time.
- Will people be required to wear masks?
TBD based on guidance from Governor Cooper.
- What is Social-Emotional Learning about?
Social and emotional learning (SEL) is the process through which children and adults acquire and effectively apply the knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary to understand and manage emotions, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain positive relationships, and make responsible decisions
- What will Intramurals include?
TBA--Based on student interest.
- Is there a cost?
No, this is absolutely FREE!
- What is credit recovery? What courses can be recovered? Why is this a focus?
Credit recovery is a chance for those students who may have not done well in the past to make up credits during the summer by using the Apex Learning system. All core courses and some elective courses will be made available. This is a focus so that students who may have fallen behind may have the opportunity to graduate on time with their cohort.
- What is EOC/bridge learning gaps? Why is this a focus?
Students who are about to go into a course that has a state required End of Course test(Biology I, English II, Math 1, Math 3) may benefit from using the Summer Learning Program to help them get ready for the upcoming course and final exam.
- What is the ACT? Why is preparation a focus?
The ACT is a college readiness assessment. It is a standardized test for high school achievement and college admissions. Rising juniors will take the ACT during the school day in the coming year. The state of NC pays for every student to take in their Junior year. The ACT is a college entrance exam and students can use their score on college applications for their senior year (and for summer programs next summer). The ACT consists of four (sometimes five) components: English, Mathematics, Reading, Science and sometimes Writing. This is a focus as the ACT results are a portion of the school’s accountability for success.
- What is WorkKeys? Why is preparation a focus?
The ACT WorkKeys assessments are the cornerstone of the ACT workforce solutions. The assessments help measure workplace skills that can affect job performance. Unlike other assessments, they don’t simply give an indication of reading and writing competency. Instead, they measure a range of hard and soft skills relevant to any occupation, at any level, and across industries. Successful completion of assessments can lead to a credential that verifies foundational workplace skills. There are three components that are tested: Applied Math, Graphic Literacy, and Workplace Documents. This is a focus as the WorkKeys results are a portion of the school’s accountability for success.
- How do I register to attend?
Complete these two forms: