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Summer Academic Programs

2018 Summer Options

Registration for 2018 is now closed. Please contact Mr. Van Bomel with any questions.



Course Remediation Policy

Policy Statement

1. Any course that is remediated through DLS, whether in online or traditional or hybrid programs will be listed on a student’s transcript beginning with the 2017-18 school year. This applies to any course and grade that is an improvement on the initial grade earned, as well as any grade earned that is lower than the initial grade.

2. Any course that students take outside of DLS and done completely independent of DLS will be recorded on the student’s transcript only when/if it is submitted to the Registrar for this purpose.

3. Upon signature of an enrollment form, students and parents are acknowledging that they have read this policy and understand it. This policy will be listed on all materials that advertise online and traditional or hybrid courses.



Summer Course - HYBRID BIOLOGY

Course Information, Dates, and Cost

De La Salle will be offering a credit recovery Hybrid Biology Survey course this summer for students who received a “D” or “F” in their Biology course. Students must sign up for the specific semester they are looking to remediate. This course will run from June 18th - July 20th (5 weeks). Final grades will be issued the week July 23rd.

Students must attend laboratory time on Wednesdays listed below:

  • Semester 1 lab is from 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM.
  • Semester 2 lab is from 10:45 AM – 12:15 PM.
  • This lab time is mandatory for UC/NCAA approval and there are no exceptions.
  • The lab dates are: June 20th, 27th, July 11th, 18th.

Please plan accordingly. There will be a virtual lab on Wednesday, July 4th.

The price for this course will be $625 per semester enrollment ($1,250 full course). This includes access to Schoology, textbook, class materials, and lab materials. The course will be taught by Mrs. Henriette Howett, and students interested in the course should contact Mr. Van Bomel at vanbomeld@dlshs.org or (925)-288-8160.

Space is limited and a payment of $300 is due at enrollment to reserve space. Full payment must be paid by June 18th .

Course Description

Course Breakdown:

Each week will consist of 1 Unit (two major topics each week; including labs for each topic every Wednesday). Students will have access to the material starting on Monday and should complete all work by the Friday of that week. Lab experiments are completed on Wednesday and lab reports are due the following Monday. Late work will NOT be accepted.

Please note:

As a hybrid course, students will need to be self-disciplined and complete work online on their own during the week with the exception of the lab day (Wednesday). All students must be present for labs. Each unit will close on Friday. Students should plan their week accordingly to complete coursework and lab reports.

Weekly Breakdown

Monday: Unit available/open to students on Schoology. Students complete coursework/homework on Schoology.

Tuesday: Students complete coursework/homework on Schoology.

Wednesday: Students must report to De La Salle for lab work.
Semester 1 = 9 AM – 10:30 AM
Semester 2 = 10:45 AM – 12:15PM

Thursday: Students complete coursework/homework on Schoology and should start writing lab reports.

Friday: Students must have all coursework/homework completed on Schoology. Lab reports must be finished and submitted before the following Monday by 9:00 AM.

Late work will NOT be accepted.

Lab Breakdown

Semester 1: 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM: Meet in Room 511. Complete lab
Semester 2: 10:45 AM - 12:15 PM: Meet in Room 511. Complete lab

Please note: Mrs. Howett will not be on campus except for Wednesday lab period. All other communication with her should be done through Schoology.

Dress Code for Lab Days

Students must adhere to normal De La Salle dress code policies. Please refer to the student handbook for specific guidelines

Materials Needed

  • Notebook for Lab work
  • Students are strongly encouraged to use their own laptop. De La Salle will have a limited amount of laptops available during the summer and they are only available for on campus use.
  • Textbook (provided by DLS)

Enrollment Form

Students must download and submit this enrollment form directly to Mr. Van Bomel.

Rules and Regulations

Students will be expected to adhere to all De La Salle student policies while enrolled in the online course. Proper behavior and language is expected while interacting with the teacher and other students through the learning management system. While on campus for the lab period students are expected to adhere to the student behavior policies outlined in the student handbook. This extends to the proper respect and behavior toward De La Salle property (textbook, lab room, desks, chairs, etc.) and must follow Mrs. Howett’s instructions at all times in the lab. Students who are not adhering to proper behavioral guidelines will be removed from the program without a refund of tuition and will be given no credit for the course.

Course availability subject to adequate enrollment. Please contact Mr. Donald Van Bomel at 925-288-8160 or e-mail vanbomeld@dlshs.org for more information.



Summer Course - HYBRID ENGLISH, ALGEBRA, GEOMETRY

Course Information and Cost

De La Salle will be offering credit recovery hybrid survey courses this summer for students who received a “D” or “F” in the following subjects and semesters:

  • English II, Semester 1 and Semester 2
  • English III, Semester 1 and Semester 2
  • Algebra I, Semester 1 and Semester 2
  • Algebra II, Semester 1 and Semester 2
  • Geometry, Semester 1 and Semester 2

Students must sign up for the specific semester they are looking to remediate.

The price for this course will be $600 per semester enrollment. This includes access to Schoology, textbook, and class materials.

Students interested in the course should contact Mr. Van Bomel at vanbomeld@dlshs.org or (925)-288-8160. Space is limited, and a payment of $300 is due at enrollment to reserve space. Full payment must be made by June 11th.

Course Orientation

There will be an orientation for all hybrid students on Monday, June 11th (Time: TBD)

Please note: As a hybrid course, students will need to be self-disciplined and complete work online on their own during the week with the exception of the class periods each week. All students must be present for class time. Students should plan their summer and week accordingly to complete coursework.

This class time is mandatory for UC/NCAA approval.

Weekly Breakdown (example)

Monday: Students complete coursework/homework on Schoology.

Tuesday: Students report to class with teacher for assessments, DBA assignments, and other classwork. Students complete coursework/homework on Schoology.

Wednesday: Students report to class with teacher for assessments, DBA assignments, and other classwork. Students complete coursework/homework on Schoology.

Thursday: Students report to class with teacher for assessments, DBA assignments, and other classwork. Students complete coursework/homework on Schoology.

Friday: Students complete coursework/homework on Schoology.

Late work will NOT be accepted.

Dress Code for Class Sessions

Students must adhere to normal De La Salle dress code policies. Please refer to the student handbook for specific guidelines

Materials Needed

  • Notebook and folder for class time.
  • Students are strongly encouraged to use their own laptop. De La Salle will have a limited amount of laptops available during the summer, and they are only available for on-campus use.
  • Textbook (provided by DLS if needed)

Enrollment Form

Students must download and submit this enrollment form directly to Mr. Van Bomel.

Rules and Regulations

Students will be expected to adhere to all De La Salle student policies while enrolled in the online course. Proper behavior and language is expected while interacting with the teacher and other students through the learning management system. While on campus for class time students are expected to adhere to the student behavior policies outlined in the student handbook. This extends to the proper respect and behavior toward De La Salle property (textbook, classroom, desks, chairs, etc.) and must follow the instructions of the teacher at all times while on campus. Students who are not adhering to proper behavioral guidelines will be removed from the program without a refund of tuition and will be given no credit for the course.

Course availability subject to adequate enrollment. Please contact Mr. Donald Van Bomel at 925-288-8160 or e-mail vanbomeld@dlshs.org for more information.



Summer Course - Online Only

Course Check-In Information

There will be two check-in dates with Mr. Van Bomel ON CAMPUS. This is for students taking both Florida Virtual School and Brigham Young University courses.

The dates are

  • Thursday, June 28 from 9 - 11 a.m.
  • Thursday, July 20 from 9 - 11 a.m.

Course Deadlines

All online courses must be completed by August 6.

Florida Virtual School

Florida Virtual School is UC/CSU and NCAA approved. Their website is www.flvs.net.

  • Price: $550
  • Students can start anytime and finish at their own pace. Students must remain active in the course to maintain enrollment. FLVS will withdraw students who abuse this flexibility. Students making up an "F" grade must be finished with coursework before returning to DLS.
  • Students can also access the course 24/7 at home and on weekends.
  • Payments are made to DLS.

Students enrolling in Florida Virtual must attend an orientation meeting on June 8 at 9:00 a.m. Contact Mr. Van Bomel to sign-up for the orientation (Room TBA).

Brigham Young University Independent Study

Brigham Young University Independent Study offers various UC/CSU approvals and does not offer NCAA approvals. Prices vary depending on approvals and method. Payments are made directly to BYU when enrolling.


BYU has an orientation embedded in their online course. Students working with BYU will complete it as a part of the course.

Transcripts

Transcript requests will be handled by Mr. Van Bomel. Please let him know when you finish your online courses. Copies will be provided to students and De La Salle.

Questions? Concerns? Contact Mr. Donald Van Bomel at 925-288-8160 or e-mail vanbomeld@dlshs.org for more information.



Drivers Ed 2018
Information document HERE
*All students who participate will need to bring a signed waiver with them to the first day of class - waiver found HERE

5/18/18 - Registration is full. To be added to our waitlist, please contact Justin Argenal at argenalj@dlshs.org