Summer School 2022

Summer School 2022
Posted on 05/10/2022

As the school year winds down, it is time to consider summer school for your student if credit recovery is needed. According to our records, your student failed a core class during the fall semester or is in danger of failing during spring semester. You can review your student’s transcript through the Parent Portal to see which classes they did not pass. LHS recommends that your student attend the summer semester to recover this credit and regain traction toward graduation. The district has received Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) funds from the federal government, therefore this year’s summer school is offered at no cost to you. Please take advantage of this unique opportunity if your student is deficient in credits.

Legend is offering two options for summer school. Students can sign up for an in-person option or an online option. We are offering 2 separate sessions in hopes of accommodating student and family needs. In both options, the Edgenuity platform will be utilized. Edgenuity is a self-paced, online learning platform.

Legend High School Summer School Dates

Session 1: May 30th- June 23rd

Session 2: June 27- July 19th

Option 1: In-person: Only offered Session 1

Students who choose the in-person option will come to Legend Monday through Thursday from 8:00am-12:00pm. There will be a math teacher and an English teacher available to support students.

Option 2: Online: Offered Both Sessions

Online students will be able to work from home and core teachers will be available for students to contact. Teachers will be communicating office hours to online students.

Registration information is available HERE via MySchoolBucks.
Registration Closes on Monday, May 31st.

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Outside Agencies

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