• Summer School 2023

    While attending summer school is voluntary, it is highly recommended in order to stay on track for graduation. Failure to attend summer school and complete the assigned courses may result in delaying your student’s graduation date. 

    This summer’s high school credit recovery programming will be offered through:
    ● Intermediate District 916 at Eastview Academy
    ● ISD 622 at John Glenn Middle School.

    Students in grades 9-12 who have been enrolled in 916’s After School Credit Recovery Program in the 2022- 2023 School year will need to enroll in District 916’s Summer Credit Recovery Program.   All other 9th-12th grade students will need to enroll in ISD 622’s Summer Credit Recovery Program.

    Based on your student’s current credit status, they are being referred to ISD 622’s Summer Credit Recovery
    Program. Students will attend in person (at John Glenn Middle School) 4 days per week (Monday-Thursday).

    Please see below for more information about ISD 622 and ISD 916 Summer Programming.

    ISD 622 Information

    Programming will be held Monday through Thursday of each week, 7:45AM-12:45PM.
    ● June 20-22 (No programming Monday, June 19th)
    ● June 26-29
    ● July 3-6: No programming
    ● July 10-13
    ● July 17-20
    ● July 24-27
    Attendance is critical to recover credits in a timely manner. Student participation, membership, and credits earned are how ISD 622 receives funding to offer the Summer Credit Recovery Program. If a student misses 5 consecutive days in a row, they will be dropped from the program.

    ● Students will attend classes 4 days per week in person.
    ● Students will receive remedial instruction/support from a licensed teacher during school hours.
    ● Students must be enrolled AND satisfactorily complete required coursework with a grade of 60% or better to earn credit.
    ● If your student receives Multilingual Language services, there will be Multilingual Language supports available.

    ● Students will keep their 1:1 devices (rather than turn them in at the end of the school year). Once they
    complete their Summer Credit Recovery Programming, they will turn in their device & charger.

    Students will be graded on a Pass/Fail basis. Students need to earn a 60% or above in a course to earn credits.
    Students can earn partial credit for courses. This means students can earn credit for each 1/10th of a credit completed, as long as they are earning 60% or better as a grade.
    If you know you only need to earn partial credit for a class, please talk to Ms. Vranicar, summer school counselor and your teacher at the start of your class.

    Students who live within district boundaries and over 1 mile from John Glenn Middle School will qualify for district bussing. Please make sure you select that your student needs transportation on the registration form. Students that live 1 mile or less from John Glenn Middle School will need to walk to Summer Credit Recovery or find their own transportation. Students that live outside of the district will need to find their own transportation to ISD 622’s Summer Credit Recovery Program or enroll in summer school with their home district. Students need to be enrolled in Summer Credit Recovery by May 15th to get transportation on the first day of summer school. If enrolled later, we will provide transportation, but cannot guarantee that it will be set up for the first day.

    Students will receive an option to receive breakfast & lunch free of charge.

    ● Students currently enrolled in ISD 622 will need to complete the ISD 622’s Summer Credit Recovery Registration form using this link t by Monday, May 15th.
    ● Following the registration form submission, an electronic receipt will be sent (to the email used to complete the form) to confirm the information was
    received. A Continual Learning Plan (CLP) will be mailed home following receipt of the registration form. The CLP will outline the courses the student will need to recover to be on track for graduation.

    Please sign and return the document to   ○ North - Guidance Office
    ● When both the ISD 622 Summer Credit Recovery Registration Form has been submitted and the Continual Learning Plan (CLP) has been signed and returned, an email will be sent to the student’s district email address and parent/guardian's email address (as long as we have one documented)
    confirming their ISD 622 Summer Credit Recovery enrollment that will include any information needed to get started.
    ● Please contact your student’s school counselor with any enrollment questions.

    ISD 916 Information

    Summer school for North students who have previously been enrolled in after school credit recovery
    will be held at Intermediate School District 916 East View Academy this summer, located at 70 West County Road B2,
    Little Canada, MN 55117.

    ● June 20th-July 28th. No school the week of July 3th-July 7th.

    ● In person learning Monday through Thursday 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
    ● Virtual learning Monday through Thursday 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm and Friday 8:00 am to 2:00 pm


    All enrollment documents must be completed by June 12th to ensure enrollment in summer school by the start date of
    June 20th. Applications received after that will be processed as quickly as possible.

    ● Currently enrolled East View students must complete an updated Continual Learning Plan (916schools.org>
    Summer School CLP).

    ● Students will continue to use their North computers.

    Transportation for students who live in 622 boundaries:
    ● Bus A

    Pickup 7:25 AM North High- District Education Doors / 7:35 AM John Glen Middle School
    Dropoff 12:18 PM North High- District Education Doors / 12:26 PM John Glen Middle School

    ● Bus B
    7:15 AM Skyview Middle School / 7:25 AM Carver Elementary School
    12:28 PM Carver Elementary School / 12:38 PM Skyview Middle School

    ● Free breakfast and lunch will be provided to all students
    Please contact Courtney Clausen if you have any questions about your enrollment at 651-415-5363.