Secondary Summer Learning 2017

Middle School Programs

 

Program Focus: Students will receive TEKS-focused instruction in reading in preparation for the third administration of the 8th grade STAAR Math on June 20 and STAAR Reading on June 21.

Dates: June 5 – June 22, 2017
Hours: 8:15 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. (Monday – Friday)
Location: Hernandez Middle School
Eligibility: 8th grade students who have not yet met standard on the Reading STAAR test and/or on the Math STAAR test.
Fee: None

High School Programs

Program Focus: Credit Acceleration, Credit Recovery and Direct Teacher Instruction

Dates: June 5 – June 21, 2017
Hours: 8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. (Monday – Friday)
Locations: Cedar Ridge HS, Early College HS, Round Rock HS, Stony Point HS, Success HS & RROC
Principals:
Hernandez MS – Janda Castillo
Early College HS – Veronica Coss
Cedar Ridge HS – William Jaramillo
Round Rock HS (includes Westwood & McNeil) – Laurie Molis
Round Rock Opportunity Center – Jerrod Gertsema
Stony Point HS – Jeff Strickland
Success HS – Marie Banzon

Eligibility:

  • Credit recovery for all EOC courses and core subjects
  • Graduation requirement
  • Exit Level TAKS failure intervention
  • English Language Learner intervention
  • Credit Acceleration

Fees/Registration:

  • In District Registration $200.00 (per course)
  • Out of District Student Registration $250.00 (per course – if course space is available)
  • Late Registration $20.00 (per course) – June 3 only
  • Reduced Lunch Students Registration $50.00 (per course)
  • Late Registration for Reduced Lunch Students $10.00 (per course)

EOC Testing Week:

June 19-21 Algebra I, Biology and U.S. History (summer learning site determines order of when these EOCs are given)
June 19 – English I
June 21 – English II

*Online:
Digital summer learning labs will be available throughout the summer session from June 22 – June 30 at Cedar Ridge HS, Round Rock HS and Stony Point HS from 8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Course offerings are dependent upon student interest. In two semester courses, students must register for each semester needed. Students will be notified and a refund will be provided if a class does not make due to lack of enrollment.

Communication Applications (Speech) – provides students with an opportunity to identify, analyze, develop, and evaluate communication skills needed for professional and social success in a variety of situations. Note: This course satisfies the state speech requirement. Grades: 9 – 12

Health Education – is a comprehensive study of the concepts and skills that foster individual personal health and safety. Current and relevant topics such as mental and emotional health, family and social health and current health issues will be studied. Grades: 9 – 12

United States Government – focuses on the principles and beliefs upon which the United States was founded and on the structure, functions, and powers of government at the national, state, and local levels. Primary and secondary source materials, reading and writing skills, technology, and critical thinking will be used to acquire and apply information. Grade: 12

Economics [with Emphasis on the Free Enterprise System and its Benefits] – focuses on the basic principles concerning production, consumption, and distribution of goods and services in the United States and a comparison with those in other countries around the world. Students will use primary and secondary source materials, technology, and critical thinking skills to better understand the free enterprise system and its benefits. Grade: 12

English III – emphasizes major authors, periods, and forms in American literature. Students practice all forms of writing with an emphasis on business forms of writing, rhetoric, and research writing. Grade: 11

English IV – further refines communication, reading, vocabulary, writing, mechanics and grammar, literature/literary concepts through the context of British literature. English IV prepares students for college admission. Grade: 12

Additional Programs

 

Program Focus:  Students receive instruction in order to maintain skills in their Individual Education Plans.

Dates:  June 12-15; June 19-22; July 10-13; July 17-20; July 31 – August 3 (all weeks are Monday -Thursday)

Hours:  8 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Location: Sommer Elementary
Eligibility: Determined by each individual ARD committee
Fee:  None

Program Focus: The ELL Summer Academy is designed to provide support for current 8th and 9th grade ELL students who have been in U.S. schools 36 months or less and have scored Beginner or Intermediate on the Texas English Language Proficiency Assessment System (TELPAS). The TELPAS is designed to assess the progress that limited English proficient (LEP) students make in learning the English language. The English Language Proficiency Standards (ELPS) will be used to develop the summer curriculum standards that support the ability of ELLs to learn the academic English they need for meaningful engagement in subject-area instruction and to prepare them for transition into the 2017-2018 school year.

Dates: June 5 – June 16, 2017
Hours: 8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. (Monday – Friday)
Location: Success High School
Eligibility: 8th and 9th grade students who scored Beginner or Intermediate on TELPAS
Fee: None

Bus Routes

Open the map to the larger view by clicking on the square shaped brackets on the top right side of the map. Click the Magnifying Glass and enter your address to find the closest bus stop for each Summer Learning Campus.

Cedar Ridge HS = Purple
Stony Point HS = Yellow
Round Rock HS = Maroon
Success HS & Round Rock Opportunity Center = Black
Early College HS & Hernandez MS = Orange

Please arrive 10 minutes early! Middle School SSI releases at 12:15 pm while High Schools will release at 3:00 pm.

  • Credit Recovery and Credit Acceleration courses: $200 per course
  • There is no fee for EOC Courses, ELL students, Families in Transitions students and Free Lunch students
  • Full payment of tuition/fees is required at registration. Students who qualify for reduced lunch pay $50 per course.
  • Late registration fees: $20 per course or $10 per course for qualifying students. Registration fees are due upon enrollment in course.

 

To register for summer learning, please contact the school counselor.

Pre-Registration: At home campus with counselor

During the pre-registration period, payment will be made on-line only using a credit or debit card. If you are paying with cash or check, please come to our onsite registration. Registration must go through a high school counselor.

Late Registration:

Late Registration – Saturday, June 3rd from 12:00 – 5:00 p.m. at Cedar Ridge High School

Late Registration – Saturday, June 3rd from 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. at Round Rock High School

Late Registration – Saturday, June 3rd from 12:00 – 4:00 p.m. – Stony Point High School

Courses during Late Registration will be $20.00 more.

Transportation for summer learning will be provided for all elementary and secondary students from designated elementary, middle school and high school pick-up locations.

Bus Routes

Summer learning is a voluntary education program, but students are required to attend all classes. Daily attendance is critical to a student’s ability to be successful during the summer. If a student is ill, the student/parent/guardian should contact the school before 8:00 A.M. the day of the absence. Please refer to the summer location section for school numbers. Repeated tardiness will be a cause for dismissal from class without credit or refund.

NOTE: Since summer learning hours are limited, daily attendance is extremely important Students may be dropped from summer learning classes after one absence due to the compacted time and necessary instructional hours. Please plan vacations and camps accordingly. Exceptions should be appealed to each building principal.
Summer learning is an extension of the regular school year. All rules and regulations as outlined in the Round Rock ISD Student Code of Conduct are effect during the summer session. Students removed from class for disruptive or inappropriate behavior will be disciplined according the Code of Conduct and may be dropped from the summer program with a loss of credit and/or fees.

Hernandez MS

hernandez middle school
Hernandez Middle School
1901 Sunrise, Round Rock
512-428-8800

RR Opportunity Center

Round Rock Opportunity Center
931 Luther Peterson Pl., Round Rock
512-428-2900

Success HS

Success High School
500 Gattis School Rd., Round Rock
512-704-1300

Cedar Ridge HS

cedar ridge

Cedar Ridge HS
2801 Gattis School Rd.
Round Rock, TX 78664

Principal: William Jarmillo

June 5 – June 16
8:30 a.m.- 3:00 p.m.
Transportation provided
Breakfast will be served daily from 8-8:25 a.m. in the cafeteria
Lunch will be served from 11:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Summer Learning is a closed campus and students will not be allowed to leave for lunch.

June 22 – 30
Extended computer lab dates for students completing online courses.

Registration

Please contact your student’s counselor to ensure that he/she is registered for the correct Summer Learning course(s).

Pre-Registration – Students should meet with their counselor between May 15 – June 2 to pre-register for courses.

Payments – Payments must be made online with a credit/debit card.

Late Registration – Saturday, June 3 from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. in the cafeteria at Cedar Ridge HS. Students who are not registered by Saturday, June 3 will not be able to enter into the Summer Learning program due to the attendance requirement. Students who register on Saturday, June 3 will incur a late registration fee of $20 or $10 per course for qualifying students..

Summer Learning at Cedar Ridge High School will offer a variety of types of classes:

Direct Teach June 5-16
Credit Recovery: June 5 – June 30

English I, II, III, IV; Algebra I, II, Geometry, Pre-Calculus, Biology, IPC, Chemistry, Physics, World Geography, World History, U.S. Government, Economics

Each 3 hour course will recover the Fall and Spring semester. Students needing EOC intervention for a tested subject will receive more EOC-based intervention. Morning classes are from 8:30 – 11:30 a.m. Afternoon classes are from 12 – 3:00 p.m.

STAAR EOC Review: June 5 – June 16

English I, II; Algebra I; Biology; U.S. History

STAAR Test Dates: June 19: English I; June 20: Algebra I; June 21: English II; June 22: Biology and U.S. History

Each 3 hour course will cover one content. If a student needs more than one content review he or she will need to sign up for a morning and afternoon session.

Online Acceleration: June 5 – June 30

Communications, Health, Economics, Government, English III, English IV

Early College HS

Early College HS owl logo

Early College High School
4400 College Park Drive, Round Rock

Principal: Veronica Coss
Counselor: Bobbi Sanchez

June 5 – June 21
8:30 a.m. – 3:15 p.m.
Transportation provided
Breakfast and lunch served daily

STAAR/EOC Testing Dates
June 19: English I
June 20: Biology
June 21: Algebra I

Registration

Pre-Registration – Pre-register with the counselor between May 8 and May 31

Payments – Payments must be made online with a credit card. Cash payments will only be accepted on Saturday, June 3, 2017 at Early College High School building 369.

Late Registration – Late registration fees are $20 and $10 for students who qualify.
Each 3 hour recover class will recover either a Fall or Spring semester credit. If a student needs the full year he/she will need to register for both a morning and an afternoon class.

Credit Recovery: June 5 – June 21

English I, Algebra I, Biology, World Geography

STAAR EOC Review: June 5 – June 21

English I, Algebra I, Biology

EDUC 1300: June 5 – 21
8:30 – 11:30 a.m.

This 3 credit-hour transferable core course covers topics and models for:

  • Self-awareness, goal setting, mindset, and motivation
  • Identifying and accessing college resources and services
  • Managing time and effort for successful outcomes
  • Reading, note-taking, writing, and test-taking skills
  • Effective learning, memory, and study strategies
  • Critical, creative, and practical thinking skills

Summer Bridge: June 12 – 16
8:30 a.m. – 3:15 p.m.

Summer Bridge consists of an array of college readiness activities meant to introduce the incoming 9th grade ECHS cohort to the college atmosphere. Students are provided with college knowledge sessions and given a tour of the college campus. They engage in team building, time management, goal setting and testing strategies to help them prepare for the rigor and coursework they will encounter as college students.

Round Rock HS

Serving Round Rock, McNeil and Westwood high schools

Round Rock High School
201 Deep Wood Dr., Round Rock

Principal: Laurie Molis
Assistant Principal: Jacob Thomas
Counselor: Bobbi Sanchez

June 5 – June 21
8:30 a.m.- 3:00 p.m.
Transportation provided
Breakfast will be served in the 700 building from 8-8:25 a.m.
Lunch will be served at staggering times. Summer Learning is a closed campus and students will not be allowed to leave for lunch.

June 22 – 30
Extended computer lab dates for students completing online courses.

Registration

Please contact your student’s counselor to ensure that he/she is registered for the correct Summer Learning course(s).

Pre-Registration – Students should meet with their counselor between May 15 – May 31 to pre-register for courses.

Payments – Payments must be made online with a credit/debit card. Cash payments will only be accepted on Saturday, June 3, 2017

Late Registration – Saturday, June 3 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at Round Rock High School 700 Building Cafeteria. Students who are not registered by Saturday, June 3 will not be able to enter into the Summer Learning program due to the attendance requirement. Students who register on Saturday, June 3 will incur a late registration fee of $20.

Summer Learning at Round Rock High School has various programs to help you achieve your goals.

Credit Recovery: June 5 – June 16

English I, II, III, Algebra I II, Math Modeling, Geometry, Biology, IPC, Chemistry, Physics, World Geography, World History, U.S. History.

Each 3 hour course will cover one subject. If a student needs STAAR review in addition to credit recovery, he or she should sign up for both.

STAAR EOC Review: June 5 – June 16

English I, II, Algebra I, Biology, U.S. History

STAAR Test Dates: June 19: English I, June 20: English II, June 21: Biology and U.S. History, and June 22: Algebra I

Each 3 hour course will cover one content. If a student needs more than one content review he or she will need to sign up for a morning and afternoon session.

Online Acceleration: June 5 – June 30

Communications, Health, Economics, Government, English IV

Completion of online classes form the 2016-2017 school year.

Stony Point HS

stony point

Stony Point High School
1801 Tiger Trail, Round Rock

Principal: Jeff Stickland


Transportation
Transportation for summer learning will be provided for all secondary students from designated locations. Routes will be posted as they become available.

Registration

Please contact your student’s counselor to ensure that he/she is registered for the correct Summer Learning course(s).

Registration – Student registration will take place through their alpha/ grade level counselors beginning May 15 during regular school hours or Saturday, June 3 from noon until 4:00 p.m.

General Summer Learning – High School

Program Focus:
Online Credit Acceleration: Hours: 8:30  – 11:30 a.m. and 12 – 3:00 p.m.
Digital Credit Recovery: Hours: 8:30  – 11:30 a.m. and 12 – 3:00 p.m.
Direct Teacher Instruction: Hours: 8:30  – 11:30 a.m. and 12 – 3:00 p.m.

Dates: June 5 – June 16, 2017
Eligibility:

Credit recovery for all EOC courses and core subjects

  • Graduation requirement
  • Exit Level STAAR failure intervention (No Fee)
  • English Language Learner intervention
  • Credit Acceleration
  • Enrichment Courses

Fees / Registration

Acceleration and Credit Recovery 200.00
Reduced Lunches  50.00
Free Lunches  Free
Enrichment 100.00
Writing Lab
AP Human World Geography Prep

Direct Teach Courses offered:

Algebra I, English I, II, & III, Biology, U.S. History, Geometry, Algebra II, Math Modeling, IPC, Spanish I (if courses make with 15 or more students), Spanish II  (If course makes with 15 or more students)
Enrichment Courses:

Writing Skills, AP Human Geography Prep Course

 

End of Course (EOC) Exam Prep

Program Focus: Students will receive TEKS-focused instruction in any failed EOC course.

Dates: June 5 – June 16, 2017
Hours: 8:30  – 11:30 a.m and 12 – 3:00 p.m. (Monday- Friday)
Locations: SPHS
Eligibility: Any high school student who failed an EOC exam*/course.
Fee: None
EOC Exams: English I, English II, Algebra I, Biology, U.S. History
(Testing Window July 11 – July 15)
*EOC testing will occur at Stony Point High School.

High School Acceleration Courses Offerings

Course offerings are dependent upon student interest. In two semester courses, students must register for each semester needed. Students will be notified and a refund will be provided if a class does not make due to lack of enrollment.

  • Communication Applications (Speech) – provides students with an opportunity to identify, analyze, develop, and evaluate communication skills needed for professional and social success in a variety of situations. Note: This course satisfies the state speech requirement. Grades: 9 – 12
  • Health Education – is a comprehensive study of the concepts and skills that foster individual personal health and safety. Current and relevant topics such as mental and emotional health, family and social health and current health issues will be studied. Grades: 9 – 12
    United States Government – focuses on the principles and beliefs upon which the United States was founded and on the structure, functions, and powers of government at the national, state, and local levels. Primary and secondary source materials, reading and writing skills, technology, and critical thinking will be used to acquire and apply information. Grade: 12
  • Economics [with Emphasis on the Free Enterprise System and its Benefits] – focuses on the basic principles concerning production, consumption, and distribution of goods and services in the United States and a comparison with those in other countries around the world. Students will use primary and secondary source materials, technology, and critical thinking skills to better understand the free enterprise system and its benefits. Grade: 12
  • English III – emphasizes major authors, periods, and forms in American literature. Students practice all forms of writing with an emphasis on business forms of writing, rhetoric, and research writing. Grade: 11
  • English IV – further refines communication, reading, vocabulary, writing, mechanics and grammar, literature/literary concepts through the context of British literature. English IV prepares students for college admission. Grade: 12

Contact Us

For immediate assistance prior to the start of summer learning, contact: Margarita Marion at 512-464-5954