Senior class presentations included information on graduation, initial credit-earning and credit recovery/replacement, graduation plans, post-secondary information (enlistment, employment, enrollment) including ASVAB, college application/financial aid/scholarship process, and how to pursue more information.
Students invited to attend coenrolled Adult Ed will have a letter explaining the adult ed opportunity at LOLHS and the other is the application for a parent and student to complete/sign/return. Students cannot be enrolled without returning the completed form.
DATE & TIME: Tuesdays/Thursdays, 2:45-4:45 starting Feb 13th through April 30th, with pickup promptly at 4:45 — family must arrange transportation
Enrolling in this is not mandatory, but it is a great opportunity for students to recover credits in English/Math classes where they earned a D or F in a class with a certified teacher – none of the other recovery options have a teacher certified in that subject area right there to assist with questions, but this opportunity DOES. This is ONLY Math students recovering with a Math teacher, ONLY English students recover with an English teacher.
One important note: there is a minimum seat requirement for the course, meaning that students must attend almost all of the time in order to earn credit… if students miss more than a few (the teacher can tell the specific number), they cannot earn the credit –> the seat-time requirement must be met.
Per Pasco Schools’ Progression Plan: any grade, C or higher, earned for a course repeated for credit (regular school, virtual school, ESY, or adult education) will replace the former grade in GPA calculation; however, all course outcomes will still be documented in the cumulative record and automated system.
The minimum GPA to graduate is a 2.0, so recovering failed semesters can definitely impact progress toward meeting that GPA.