HCPSS 2020 Summer Program Schedules
June 9th, 2020
HCPSS summer programs will be provided in a virtual format, with weekly program schedules that incorporate synchronous (live) instruction and teacher check-ins through Google Meet. In contrast to the “check-in” model used during Continuity of Learning where attendance is not required, students are expected to attend summer Google Meet sessions regularly and actively participate with their teachers and classmates. Students will comply with behavioral expectations for Google Meet sessions when attending their live teaching sessions.
Students will access content online through Canvas. If your student is enrolled in a summer program and will need a device to participate, you may submit a student technology request via HCPSS Connect online. Students who have borrowed an HCPSS Chromebook during the 2019-2020 distance learning may continue to use that Chromebook, and are asked not to return it at this time.
- Innovative Pathways High School enrollment requests are open through 6 p.m., Monday, June 15. BSAP and G/T Summer Institutes programs will enroll wait-listed students as openings become available.
- If you wish to withdraw a student who has been enrolled or cancel a request for a student who has been waitlisted, please follow the instructions for submitting a withdrawal request via HCPSS Connect online. Withdrawal requests for Academic Intervention should be directed to the student’s school administrator.
- Payments may continue to be made online through MySchoolBucks or by mail with a check or money order.
- HCPSS has started processing refund requests. Refunds for payments made by check may take 4-6 weeks to process. Refunds for credit card payments will be issued back to the credit card used for payment. Credit card fees will not be refunded.
FAQs on HCPSS Summer Programs can be found on the HCPSS Help site. If you have any specific questions or concerns, please email the contact for the Summer Program in which your student is enrolled. Questions regarding Academic Intervention may be directed to the student’s school administrator. Questions for ESY Special Education may be directed to the student’s special education case manager.