Summer School FAQ

Summer SChool
  • Will CISD Be Offering Summer School in 2020?
    Yes! We are thrilled to have the opportunity to offer both Elementary and Secondary Summer School in June of 2020. Our Summer School Principals and teachers are working diligently to ensure each student has a successful learning experience. 

    Will Summer School Be In Person or Online?
    Due to continued concerns surrounding the spread of COVID-19, CISD will be offering this year’s Summer School online or virtually. The environment will be highly-structured and the successful completion of tasks will be required. Students must commit to meeting with teachers online for the duration of the class period every day and completing the tasks assigned. 

    Who Will Serve as Elementary Summer Programs Coordinator?
    Daniel Dodson

    When Is Elementary Summer School?
    June 2 – June 25 (15 days Monday through Thursday)

    Who Is Invited To Participate in Elementary Summer School?
    If students in grades 3-6 meet eligibility criteria, then the campus teachers, campus administrators, or the Summer School Coordinator, Daniel Dodson, will be notifying students regarding the registration process.  For students who are recommended for additional summer instruction, there is no cost associated with this program.

    What Remediation Subjects Are Covered In Elementary Summer School? 
    Reading/Math

    Who Is The Principal For Secondary Summer School?
    Christina Benhoff

    What Does The Secondary Acceleration Program Cost?
    The cost per .5 credit (semester) is $250; Mandatory 1 credit (two-semester courses) are $500.

    What Are The Acceleration Program Session Dates/Times?
    Session I: Tuesday, June 2 – Friday, June 12 (9 school days, M-F)
    Session II: Monday, June 15 – Thursday, June 25 (9 school days, M-F)
    AM Classes: 7:30 a.m. - 12 p.m. 
    PM Classes: 12:30 p.m. - 5 p.m.

    What Acceleration Courses Are Offered?

    • Government (core class) - Rising Juniors and Seniors only.
    • Economics (core class) - Rising Seniors only. It is highly recommended that students have completed and passed Algebra II prior to registering for the course.
    • Art I (elective class)
    • Health (local graduation requirement for Class of 2018 and beyond) (elective class)

    Course Guidelines
    Requires ½ day (4.5 hours per day) participation for 9 full days of accelerated coursework to receive a .5 credit. Grade earned will be recorded on transcript and calculated toward GPA. 

    What Are The Grades 9-12 Accelerated Summer School 2020 Courses Registration Dates?

    • May 4 – Rising Seniors
    • May 6 – Rising Juniors
    • May 8 – Rising Sophomores
    • May 11 – Rising Freshmen

    If your student will not be enrolled in Carroll High School or Carroll Senior High School for the 2020-2021 school year, they are not able to register for accelerated summer school courses.
    Click here to register for Accelerated Summer School. 

    How Will Credit Recovery Courses Work?

    Credit Recovery (students who were enrolled in grades 7-12 for the 2019-2020 school year):
    Credit Recovery courses will be provided via the computer based curriculum A+. Students who need to register for credit recovery will also need to register via the summer school link but under the "credit recovery" option. Parents will need to pay for the course at the time of registration to reserve their spot. The cost per semester for a credit recovery course is $150. 

    Course Guidelines: Credit Recovery courses will be offered through A+ online curriculum for grades 7-12 (both Session I and II combined). University of Texas at Permian Basin is offering an online dual credit Government course. For more information, see your counselor.  

    Click here to register for Credit Recovery Summer School.