Final Grades & Summer Support

Hands on computer keyboard with the words, Online Summer Program, on computer screen

Haga clic aquí para Español.

Shelby County Schools will conduct an online summer program June 8 - July 16 for students in grades K-12 who do not earn necessary credits or meet other requirements to advance to the next grade or graduate. The District will provide devices for enrolled students who do not have a computer at home.

Schools will be communicating directly with families whose children qualify for the summer online program the week of May 18. After being notified, students in grades K-8 must be registered by May 22, and students in grades 9-12 must be registered by May 27.


Final Grades

  • Quarter 3 report cards were issued the week of April 27.
  • Students in grades 1-12 are able to improve their quarter 3 grade by completing assignments given by their teacher/school May 4-11. Assignments received by 11:59 p.m. on May 11 may earn students 3 to 5 additional points on their quarter 3 grade. (View more info about grade improvement here.)
  • Final grades for elementary students will be an average of the quarter 1, quarter 2 and quarter 3 grades. Final grades for middle and high school will be an average of semester 1 and semester 2 grades, with quarter 3 serving as the semester 2 grade.
  • Updated final report cards will be posted online in PowerSchool and mailed to students homes the week of May 25. Schools will communicate directly with families the week of May 18 if their child qualifies for the online summer program.


Elementary Summer Program (Grades K-5)

Register by May 22; Classes June 8 - July 16

  • Students in grades 1-5 who failed all three (3) quarters in Language Arts and Math must successfully complete the online summer program to be promoted to the next grade in the fall.
  • Kindergarten students who have not mastered the required skills for Language Arts and Math will be retained and eligible for the online summer program. Kindergarten students will be identified by their school counselor, and families will be contacted regarding eligibility for the summer program.


Middle School Summer Program (Grades 6-8)

Register by May 22; Classes June 8 - July 16

  • Students who failed all three (3) quarters in Language Arts and Math must successfully complete the online summer program to be promoted to the next grade in the fall.


High School Summer Program (Grades 9-12)

Register by May 27; Classes June 8 - July 16

  • Students in grades 9-11 who have failed semester 1 and 2 courses during the 2019-20 school year will be able to earn up to two (2) credits in the summer program. Students will receive the final grade earned during the summer program.
  • Seniors who failed courses that are required for graduation or postsecondary enrollment will be able to earn up to four (4) credits in the summer program. Students will receive the final grade earned during the summer program and may graduate in July if all required credits are earned (see below).
  • Available High School Summer Courses

    • English: English 9, English 10, English 11, English 12
    • Math: Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, Bridge Math, Applied Math Concepts, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Statistics
    • Science: Physical Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics
    • Social Studies: U.S. History, World History, Economics, U.S. Government, Personal Finance, Sociology, Psychology, African American History
    • Health & Physical Education: Physical Education I, Lifetime Wellness
    • Fine Arts: Art History
    • World Language: Spanish I, Spanish II, French I, French II, Latin I, Latin II
    • English/Language Arts Electives: Journalism, Creative Writing, Speech & Communication

  • 2020 Graduation Requirements
    20 total credits, reduced from 22 (only for current seniors) by TDOE due to COVID-19

    • Four (4) units of English: English I, English II, English III, English IV
    • Four (4) units of Math: Algebra I, Algebra II and Geometry plus a higher level Math class/bridge
    • Three (3) units of Science: Biology, either Physics or Chemistry and one (1) additional lab Science
    • Two (2) units of Social Studies: World Geography/History, U.S. Geography/History, US Government (.5) or Economics (.5)
    • Seven (7) units of elective credits


Over-Age-For-Grade Summer Program (Grades 5-7)

Register by May 22; Classes June 8 - July 16

  • Students in grades 5-7 who passed in 2019-20 but failed a previous year will be contacted by their school counselor. These students will have opportunities to take middle school Language Arts and Math in the summer program in order to be promoted to the next grade.

CONNECT WITH US

close
Banner iklan disini