**Please be aware, due to the Covid-19, ALL SUMMER GRAD POINT COURSES WILL BE AN ONLINE FORMAT COMPLETED AT YOUR HOME**
Applications are currently being accepted for Perrysburg High School Summer School. The credit recovery courses will
be administered through Perrysburg High School’s online GradPoint curriculum beginning May 26-June 15, 2020. A second session from June 16 - July 6, 2020 may be available if there is a sufficient number of students participating.
Current PHS students will be given priority for enrolling in Summer School, but students from other schools will be eligible
based upon availability.
GradPoint is a computer-aided instructional program that offers credit recovery curriculum aligned to your
school’s Academic Content Standards for high school. GradPoint students are required to follow PHS’s
Student Code of Conduct as well as rules specific to GradPoint.
There is limited space in GradPoint. Assignment to GradPoint is a privilege. Any student who does not work
during class time, has poor attendance, or exhibits disruptive behavior will be removed from the program. Any
student dropped from the program will NOT receive credit for the GradPoint course in which he/she was
enrolled. GradPoint grades will be assigned according to the PHS grading scale.
Despite classes being offered online and accessible to students at home, students are required to attend
classes. Attendance will be taken and enforced. If a student has more than 2 unexcused absences, the
student will be withdrawn from the course without credit or refund. More time may be required if a student is
not making adequate progress towards completion of the GradPoint course.
GradPoint Coursework Requirements:
- Outside assignments may be assigned at teacher’s discretion.
- Students must complete all modules/sections with at least 80% accuracy.
- At least 20% or equivalent of the lessons must be completed weekly.
- Students must complete all coursework by the last day of Summer School or they will receive no
- Final exams and mastery assessments must be taken on campus under the teacher’s supervision.
- Students must complete and sign an Internet Usage agreement form.
- Students must complete and sign a Behavioral Agreement form.
Guidelines for Completing Coursework:
- Students can access the computer lab at PHS each day from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. or 1:00 p.m.
to 5:00 p.m. In addition to the regularly scheduled hours at PHS, students may want to work on
coursework at home. Please make sure that you will be available to meet the time requirements in
order to complete the course in a timely manner.
- A school staff member will monitor the level of work completed to ensure that students continue to
make progress on a daily basis.
- A school staff member will communicate with students through telephone calls and email messages
(students are responsible for checking for email messages on a daily basis). It is the student’s
responsibility to ensure the teacher has the correct email address and telephone number.
- Any absences in excess of two could result in the dismissal of the student. Students who arrive late
or return to class late after a break will be considered tardy (three tardies are equal to a full
absence). Student MUST stay within building or entryways during breaks. No student is to leave
campus without the permission of the summer school administration. Students who leave at break
and do not return for the remainder of the class will be considered absent half day.
Students who drive to summer school must park in the student parking lot.