SUMMER SCHOOL 2016
at Lincoln North Star High School
May 25th – July 7th
No school May 30th or July 4th
Period 1: 8:00-9:50 a.m. Summer School office hours: 7:30 am – 12:30 pm
Period 2: 10:00-11:50 a.m. Phone: 402-436-1640
Tuition for students attending an LPS school:
2016 Tuition Credit Hours
$ 65.00…… 2.5 credit hours
$ 130.00 …… 5.0 credit hours
$ 60.00…… each additional 5.0 credit course
Monday, April 18 Registration begins in each school for students
Wednesday, May 11 Last day for registration in student’s high school
Wednesday, May 18 Schedules mailed home
Tuesday, May 24 Open registration at North Star Summer School Office 1:00-3:00 p.m.
Wednesday, May 25 Late registration at North Star Summer School Office 1:00-3:00 p.m.
Thursday, May 25 Classes Begin
Period 1: 8:00-9:50 a.m.
Period 2: 10:00-11:50 a.m.
Thursday, May 26 Late / Open registration at North Star Summer School Office
1:00-3:00 p.m. (LAST DAY)
Monday, May 30 Memorial Day / No School
Thursday, June 16 Second 3-week session begins
Monday, July 4 No school
Thursday, July 7 Last day of Summer School
Monday, July 11 Final Grades Mailed Home
Students enrolled in a six-week class may be dropped from class when they have been absent three consecutive days or five days total — for any reason. Students enrolled in a three-week class may be dropped when they have been absent three times for any reason.
Students who plan to be gone on vacation, camps or clinics for three or more school days should not register for Summer School.
If a student is ill and cannot attend school, they should make arrangements with their teacher to complete make-up work. Absences
due to late registration or illness count as part of the three or five day total allowed absences.
Students who are absent the first day of summer school without contacting the summer school office prior to 12:30 p.m. on May 25, 2016 will be dropped from their class. Students could then re-register for courses during the late registration. No tuition refunds will be made after the fifth day.
Students should not come onto the North Star grounds before 7:45 in the morning. Students should leave school grounds after their dismissal class and they must be off school grounds by 12:15 p.m.
Tardiness creates difficulties for students in keeping up with class work. It causes disruptions in the routine of a class and interferes with the rights of the other students to an environment conducive to learning. If a student misses 30 minutes or more of class, an absence will be recorded. Classroom teachers and school administrators will work closely with the student and parent/legal guardian concerning tardiness. Students who are tardy more than ten times to a class may be removed from the class.
The rules and regulations for summer school are the same as they are during the regular school year and all students are expected to conduct themselves in an appropriate manner. If students are involved in fighting or display other inappropriate behavior, they may be dropped from summer school. If this occurs, tuition will not be refunded, and the student will not receive credit for their classes. Students who violate summer school rules may be dropped from the class with no credit and no tuition reimbursement.
NO BEVERAGES, CANDY, FOOD will be allowed in the building other than water in a sealed container.
STUDENT ID’S WILL BE ISSUED and must be worn at all times while in summer school. If student does not wear their ID badge to school, a temporary one-day badge will be provided for a cost of $1.00. If the ID badge is lost, the student will be charged $3.00 for a replacement.
DRESS STANDARDS will be expected and same rules apply. (1)NO HATS, CAPS; (2) NO SAGGING PANTS BELOW HIPS; (3) NOT WEAR OR CARRY BANDANAS AND/OR COLORED HANDKERCHIEFS; (4) NO CLOTHING THAT IS CONSIDERED TO BE REVEALING OR EXPOSING BARE SKIN; (5) NO BILLFOLD CHAINS OR OTHER LARGE CHAINS
Refunds will not be made after June 3rd, 2016.
(1)Requests for refunds must be made to the Summer School Office, at North Star High School.
(2) You must present your summer school receipt when requesting a refund.
(3)Parent/Legal Guardian must complete an LPS Summer School Refund claim voucher.
(4)It will take approximately four weeks from the time of the request for refund checks to be issued if the refund is approved.
(by permission of High School Work Experience Teacher only)
5 Credits *
A minimum of 15 hours must be worked per week.
A minimum of 90 total hours must be worked during 6 weeks of summer school.
A minimum of 30 hours must be worked per week.
A minimum of 180 total hours must be worked during 6 weeks of summer school.
*Students taking 5 credits of summer school class are allowed to sign up for 10 additional credits of Work Experience.
**Students taking 10 credits of summer school class are allowed to sign up for ONLY 5 additional credits of Work experience.
The Work Experience Program is designed to allow students, who are employed, an opportunity to gain school credit for their work
experience. The employer involved must agree to participate in and adhere to the guidelines of the program as outlined below and in the signed contract. Student should pick up their contract from Ms. Wolken in Room 286B and have it signed by their employer by the start of summer school.
✓Attend ONE general orientation meeting. Students who do not attend an orientation meeting will not be able to participate in the work experience class.
- Tuesday, May 24, 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. at North Star High School Media Center
- Thursday, May 26, 12:15 -1:15 p.m. at North Star High School Media Center
- Friday, May 27, 12:15 -1:15 p.m. at North Star High School Media Center
✓Return the work contract signed by parent, student and employer by Tuesday, June 7
✓Be employed throughout the entire summer school session. (May 25-July 7)
- Work 180 hours (for 10 credits)
- Work 90 hours (for 5 credits)
✓Submit and complete time sheet, assignments and paystubs
✓Receive satisfactory job evaluations
✓Obtain work permit*if under 16 years of age.
Questions regarding summer Work Experience should be addressed to Carol Andringa, Curriculum Specialist, Work Experience Programs at (402) 436-1821.