Summer School 2019
Summer School 2019
Middle and High School Summer School Information
Registration begins June 3, 2019
Registration Deadlines: Middle School - June 21 at 12 pm
High School - June 26 at 3pm
Please keep in mind that we do not provide busing. Students must provide their own transportation.
Registration paperwork and additional information are available in the counseling office and below.
High School Site: Proctor High School
Middle School Site: OHM BOCES Middle Settlement Academy
Dates and Times for Courses:
July 1, 2019 - August 12, 2019
Monday-Wednesday the first week and Monday-Thursday the remaining weeks, with the exception of only Monday the final week
Classroom Periods: High School Middle School
Period 1 8:00-9:40 8:10-9:50
Period 2 9:50-11:30 10:00-11:40
July 25, 2019 - August 12, 2019 12:00-2:00pm Proctor High School
Tutorial will run Thursday the first week; Monday-Thursday the 2nd and 3rd weeks; and Monday the final week
Regents Exam Dates: August 12 Earth Science Performance Test; August 13 & 14 Proctor High School, Utica – all remaining exams
Who Must Attend?
Junior High - Held at OHM BOCES Middle Settlement Academy
- All students failing (final average of 64 or lower) one or two of the following courses, must take and pass those classes in summer school to be eligible for promotion: Math, English, Science, Social Studies
- All students failing three of the above-listed courses may either be retained in that grade or promoted with summer school requirements, depending on Principal’s decision.
- All students failing all four of the above-listed courses will be retained in that grade
High School – Held at TR Proctor High School, Utica
- Any students failing (final average of 64 or lower) any of the following courses are strongly encouraged to register for and attend summer school, as we cannot guarantee that we can schedule the failed courses the following year: English, Math, Social Studies, Science
- Additionally, in order to be eligible for promotion to the next grade level students must have at least 5 ½ credits to be considered a sophomore and 11 credits to be considered a junior. Students that do not meet these requirements will not be allowed to take courses at that grade level.