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Cloverleaf Summer School 2019- Resident Site

Cloverleaf HIGH SCHOOL summer school REGISTRATION 2019

This Site is for Residents of the Cloverleaf District.  If you attend a different school, please register on the "Cloverleaf Summer School 2019-Non-Resident Site"

All courses, with the exception of physical education and specific online classes, may be taken for remedial credit only.  Only with the approval of a counselor or principal will students be considered for credit of courses beyond their current grade level.

 Physical Education

Physical Education Session will be held Monday, June 17, 2019 through Friday, June 28, 2019 from 7:10 AM to 1:40 PM.  Final Reports will be issued to students on Friday June 28, 2019. 

 Participation in a summer physical education class is often a physical activity in hot and humid conditions.  Physical education classes may be held outdoors, in the high school or middle school gym, and/or at the recreation center. 

 Academic Courses

Health

Health class session will begin July 8, 2019.  There are 3 mandatory in class days.  You must report to CHS library on July 8th, July 10th, and July 15th.  All other class work can be completed from home and/or in the CHS library.

 All Other Academic Courses

Class will be held each Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday beginning Tuesday, June 18, 2019 through Thursday, August 1, 2019 from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM.  There is no school July 1, 2019-July 5, 2019.

 Academics can be worked on from home, but tests must be taken in the CHS library on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays when class is in session.

 7th and 8th Grade Remediation Note:  The 7-8 Remediation course is for the 7th & 8th grade students who failed two or more of the five course requirements.  Students will receive instruction in all five subject areas.  Students must attend a total of 10 days to receive credit.

 All remedial courses must have approval of student’s counselor before registering.

ATTENDANCE POLICY

Students who miss more than one required day of attendance will be removed from the class and not be granted credit.  Punctuality is also expected.  Two tardies to a class will be considered as one class absence.

 It is important for students and their parents to plan summer activities before or after the Physical Education session.  Family vacations will not be accepted as excused absences.

 If it becomes necessary to remove any student from a course for attendance or disciplinary reasons, students and parents must realize that fees are nonrefundable.                                                                            

Payment must be received in full by the first day of class.


Please read the  CLOVERLEAF SUMMER SCHOOL 2019 Student Guidelines for Student Conduct.  You will be asked to acknowledge that you have read and agree to them.

CLOVERLEAF
SUMMER SCHOOL 2019

Student
Guidelines for Student Conduct

 Welcome to
Cloverleaf Local Schools

Secondary Summer School

Hello and welcome to the 2019 edition of the Cloverleaf Summer
School Program.  I applaud your drive and willingness to take advantage of
this great academic opportunity.  With this opportunity comes the highest
expectations for attendance and behavior. 
Our goal is for you to have a successful and enjoyable experience.

Bob Preusser

Summer School Principal

CALENDAR

Physical Education Session will be held Monday, June 17, 2019
through Friday, June 28, 2019 from 7:10AM to 1:40PM.

 Academic Session is conducted through our online PLATO program.
 Class will be held each Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday beginning
Tuesday, June 18, 2019 through Thursday, August 1, 2019 from 8:00AM to 12:00PM.
 There is no school July 1, 2019-July 5, 2019.

  Academics can be worked on
from home, but tests must be taken in the CHS library on Tuesdays, Wednesdays,
and Thursdays when class is in session.

 Please arrive no earlier than 7:00 a.m. and report directly to
your assigned rooms.  Students must be off school grounds 10 minutes after
class is dismissed, unless with special permission by summer school principal.

 Cloverleaf Schools Discipline Policy applies to all students
enrolled in summer school.  There will only be emergency removals.

 Attendance Policy

Attendance is critical to a successful summer school experience.
We meet the minimum guidelines for course hours.  If you are absent more
than one (1) day for any reason, you will be an attendance failure from summer
school.  If you are more than ten (10)
minutes late for any reason, this equals one (1) day absence. All students need
to be present on last day of school.  If student is not present when exam
is given they will receive a zero.  There
is no refund of fees due to attendance failure.     

Tardy Policy

Two (2) times tardy less than 10 minutes each = one (1) day
absence.

One (1) tardy greater than 10 minutes= one day absence.

 GRADING SYSTEM

 Student grades are determined by the following percentages.

 A              .................................................................    93 -100

A-             .................................................................    90-92

B+            .................................................................    87-89

B              .................................................................    83-86

B-             .................................................................    80-82

C+            .................................................................    77-79

C              .................................................................    73-76

C-             .................................................................    70-72

D+            .................................................................    67-69

D              .................................................................    63-66

D-             .................................................................    60-62

F              .....................................….........................   59 -0 and below (Failing)

Semester exams are given in all subjects and count 1/5 of the

semester average.  All students will take semester exams.

 Dress Code

Students will be expected to keep themselves well-groomed and
neatly dressed at all times.  Any form of dress or hairstyle which is
considered contrary to good hygiene or which is inappropriate/disruptive will
not be permitted.  The schools will not permit: shorts/skirts that are
more than five (5) inches above the knee, hats or other head covering: tank
tops, bare midriffs; coats, clothing that display death, violence, alcoholic
beverages, drugs, tobacco, or other illegal items, and any other clothing torn
or deemed inappropriate/disruptive to the learning process.  Student will
be sent home or parents will be called to bring appropriate dress.

 Lunch Break

Physical Education students will receive a 20 minute lunch break
each day.  Students can bring a lunch or lunch items can be purchased in
the snack bar daily.

Restroom Use

Restrooms may be used only during break sessions.  If there
is an emergency, you will be escorted from your classroom to the restroom area.
 No students are allowed to use the restrooms during sessions unless
escorted.

 Fees and Textbooks      

Please make sure you have writing materials with you every day.
 All textbooks must be returned and fees and fines must be paid before
your grades will be released to your school.

Arrival and Departure

Upon entering the building, students will report directly to their
classroom by 7:15am.  Please arrive no earlier than 7:05 a.m.  Students are required to leave the school
grounds within ten (10) minutes after the end of the school day unless
permission is given in writing by the summer school principal.

 All policies and procedures of the Cloverleaf Local School
District apply during summer school.  Violation of the rules will result
in dismissal from summer school.  Refunds
will not be given.  Included, but not
limited to are the following policies.

 Disruption of School

A student shall not, by use of violence, force, coercion, threat,
harassment, or insubordination, cause any disruption or obstruction to the
educational process including all curricular and extracurricular activities.
 

a.  Radios, record player, and tape recorders, CD players and
headphones should not be brought to school.  No electronic devices of any
kind are permitted. Cell phones must be turned off between 7:15 a.m.-1:50
p.m.

b.  No card playing is permitted during school hours.
 Gambling of any kind will not be permitted on school grounds.  No
game playing or text messaging on cell phones is permitted.

 Damage of Property

A student shall not cause or attempt damage to school or private
property on the school premises at any time or at school activities on or off
the school grounds.

 Dangerous Weapons & Instruments

A student shall not possess, handle, transmit, or conceal any
weapon or instrument capable of harming another person, such as guns, rifles,
knives, ice picks, switch blades, brass knuckles, bars, etc.  (Included in
this prohibition would be the use of chemical, gasses, mace, firecrackers,
smoke bombs, explosives, etc.,) on school premises or at school activities.

 Use of Tobacco

Cloverleaf High School is a smoke-free building - smoking and
possession of tobacco products are not permitted on school grounds.

 Chemicals

A student shall not possess, use, transmit, conceal, or be under
the influence of an alcoholic beverage, counterfeit controlled substance, (as
described in O.R.C. 2925.01 (P), narcotic and/or drug.  This also includes
products manufactured as nonalcoholic brews or any beverage containing
alcohol.  This also includes any drug
apparatus or instrumentality pertaining to the use or application of a drug or
narcotic.  Drugs and narcotics are defined as follows: any narcotic, drug,
medicine or pill, chemical preparation, plant, seed or derivative thereof, or
hallucinogen, barbiturate or amphetamine. 
The use of same is strictly prohibited, except when their possession has
been actually prescribed by a physician.  If prescribed by a physician,
proof shall be required.

 Public Display of Affection

Public display of affection is not acceptable in the building or
on school property or at school related activities.

 Sexual Harassment - Definition

Ohio and federal law defines sexual harassment as unwanted sexual
advances, or unwanted visual, verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature.
 Such offensive behavior includes, but is not limited to the following.

1)  unwanted sexual advances

2)  making or threatening reprisals after a negative response
to sexual advances

3)  nonverbal conduct; leering, making sexual gestures,
displaying sexually      suggestive objects

4)  verbal conduct, making or using derogatory comment,
epithets, slurs, or jokes, making sexually based remarks about another person
or one’s own body

5)  verbal abuse of a sexual nature, graphic, verbal
commentaries or suggestive or obscene letters.

 Assault

A student shall not cause physical or mental injury or behave in
such a way which could threaten to cause physical or mental injury to school
personnel, other students, or visitors while under the jurisdiction of the
school.

 Theft

A student shall not take or attempt to take into possession the
public property or equipment of the school or personal property or equipment of
the school or personal property of another student, school personnel, or
visitor.

 Hazing

No student shall plan, encourage, or engage in any hazing.
 Hazing is defined as doing an act or coercing another, including the
victim, to do an act of initiation unto any student or other organization that
causes or creates a substantial risk of causing mental or physical harm to any
person.  Permission, consent, or assumption of risk by an individual subjected
to hazing does not lessen the prohibition contained in this policy.

 Insubordination

A student shall not disregard or refuse to obey reasonable
directions given by school personnel.  Violation of minor rules,
directives, or disciplinary procedures shall constitute insubordination.

 Profanity/Obscene Language

A student shall not use profanity, obscene language, (written or
verbal) or vulgar gestures in communicating with school personnel, other
students, or visitors while under the jurisdiction of the school.

 Violation of rules will result with DISMISSAL from summer school.
 There is no refund of fees due to dismissal from summer school


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8525 Friendsville Rd
Lodi,OH 44254
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