Summer School Information
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Summer School with the London District Catholic School Board offers many opportunities. Students can choose from classes that are done in-class at school, eLearning courses with teacher assistance at school once a week during summer school, or co-op classes for those who would like learn on the job while applying it to their current courses. There are also travel courses where students can earn a credit while travelling to different cities, such as Ottawa, Montreal and New York and even one that travels to Italy. Through Summer School, students will have the opportunity to meet new friends, prepare for life after high school and learn something new.
Key Dates for 2020
January 10: First day to register for 2019 Summer School
March 8: Last day to register for Summer School Co-op
June 26: Last day to register for 2019 Summer School
February 20: Travel for Credit Parent Info Night 6 pm at John Paul II Catholic Secondary School
May 15: Summer Co-op classes starts every Wednesday evening
June 22: Orientation session for students enrolled in Travel-for-credit
June 23: Online Information Session
July 2: First day of classes
July 27: Final exam for on-site classes
July 28: Exam review on-site. 8-10am ONLY
- Discuss your course choice with your guidance counsellor, teacher and parents/guardians
- Access a copy of the applicable registration form (found on the right-hand side) or pick one up from your school's guidance office
- Complete the registration form
- LDCSB students: Please submit your registration form to the secondary school guidance office or elementary school main office
- Non-LDCSB students: Please submit the original registration form by fax to the CFLL: 519-659-2282 or scan it and email to email@example.com or drop it off at the CFLL Office
Travel for Credit Information: EduTravel Careers & Civics Course
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
- Students under 18: A parent/guardian must contact the Summer School office to request for the student be withdrawn from the course.
- Please note, to avoid academic penalty, you must drop the course prior to July 13, 2020.
(519) 675-4419 – Grade 11 and 12 Courses (AFTER MAY 4th)
(519) 675-4429 – Grade 9 and 10 Courses (AFTER MAY 4th)
Terms and Conditions of Attending Summer School
New Credit: On-line Information
Keep in Mind:
- As with regular courses, assignments will have dates by which they must be submitted.
- Students are expected to contribute to discussion groups in a timely manner and submit assignments as laid out in the course information.
- The teacher can track student activity and postings. This allows the teacher to verify student postings and assignment submissions.
- All assignments submitted are stored in the e-Learning site. This is the confirmation of receipt - time and date stamped.
- On-line etiquette is expected. If a student’s computer activity is not appropriate, they may be removed from the course.
All registration confirmations will be sent either by email or phone call using the contact information provided on the registration form. Please ensure the email address provided on the registration form is accurate and legible. Students must log in on before July 2, 2020 to remain in the course. Confirmation of course registration will begin May 20, 2020.
Please be aware that it is academic fraud when a student has anyone else do their coursework. If concern is raised about a student’s performance related to validity of their on-line work, the final mark will be held until the student can attend a meeting with the instructor and demonstrate that they have indeed completed the coursework independently.
New Credit: On-site
Terms and Conditions of Summer School Enrolment:
- The pace and volume of work at summer school is demanding. Students should expect daily homework, as well as tests, quizzes and assignments each
week. The timeline for assignments cannot be extended for any students due to the short timeframe of summer school.
- Course Enrolment: Classes are filled on a first-come, first-served basis with the fax time stamp as the method used to determine placement priority.
- Textbooks: A refundable book deposit of $100.00 is required if a text is used. Provide a cheque for $100.00, made payable to the “Centre for Lifelong Learning”, to the teacher on first day of summer school. Your cheque will be returned once the text(s) are returned in good condition.
- Final examinations are compulsory for on-site new credits in Summer School and must be written on Thursday, July 25, 2019. There are no exceptions to this policy.
- Examination: Final examinations are compulsory for on-site new credits in Summer School and must be written on Thursday, July 27, 2020. There are no exceptions to this policy. On Friday, July 28, 2020 from 8-10 A.M., students can meet with their teachers to view their marks. Failure to attend forfeits student’s ability to review exam/mark results.
- Attendance: Students who do not arrive to class by 8:30 a.m. on the first day may be removed from the course due to possible wait lists.
- 100% attendance is expected. Students must be punctual and must attend everyday. If for serious reasons, as approved by the summer school site principal, a student must be absent, the limit is 3 days. More than 3 days absence will result in the automatic removal of the student from the course.
Please be aware that it is academic fraud when a student has anyone else do his or her coursework. If concern is raised about a student’s performance related to validity of his or her on-line work, the final mark will be held until the student can attend a meeting with the instructor and demonstrate that he or she has indeed completed the coursework independently
Summer Co-op Information
- Co-op application
- Two teacher reference sheets
- Credit counseling summary (ask your guidance counselor for this)
- Participate in a co-op interview regarding placement options
- Attend mandatory pre-placement sessions on: May 15, May 22, May 29, & June 5 from 6-9pm
- Attend mandatory integration sessions on: July 3, July 10, July 17, July 24 from 7-9pm
- Attend mandatory final integration session on: July 26 from 8am-12pm
- Attend co-op placement every day in July (Monday to Friday) for full work days
- Co-op placement hours cannot be completed in the evening or on weekends
- Being absent from your placement in July may result in you earning only 1 co-op credit
- Some placements may require proof of immunizations or a criminal background check
Employer: Please keep a record of the student’s attendance. If the student is absent and has not contacted you, please call or email the co-op teacher as soon as possible.
Summer School Office Information and Hours
CFLL Main Office
CFLL Summer School Office
1230 King St, London, N5W 2Y2
519-675-4419 for ALL On-Line, and Grade 11 and 12 Courses (519) 675-4429 – for Grade 9 and 10 Courses
519-675-4419 – for Grade 9 and 10 in-class and on-line Courses