What is credit recovery?
The term "credit recovery" refers to a block of instruction that is less than the entirety of the Standard Course of Study for that course. Credit recovery, therefore, delivers a subset of the Standard Course of Study or Blueprint of the original course in order to specifically address deficiencies in a student's mastery of the course and target specific components of a course necessary for completion.
How is credit recovery recorded on the transcript?
Credit recovery only serves to recover the credit toward graduation and does not affect a student's grade point average (GPA). Therefore, the credit recovery course will appear on the transcript with either a "P" for pass or "F" for fail. Neither of these marks will affect the students' GPA. If a student wants to both recover the credit AND increase his or her GPA, then the student should repeat the entire course to achieve those goals.
NOTE: The purpose of credit recovery is to earn credits toward graduation.
(NCDPI, Academic Services and Instructional Support)
Need credit recovery? Don't delay! REACT today!
Rocky River's credit recovery program is known as REACT (Recovery Education & Academic Counseling Team). Through this program students are assigned teacher mentors to support their academic success in online coursework.
Students wishing to complete a credit recovery course should speak to their counselor or request enrollment by completing this form: http://bit.ly/ravensontrack (note: request must be approved by counselor prior to enrollment).
Beginning 2016-2017, all REACT students will complete their coursework using Edgenuity. See flyer below for important instructions on logging in.
Please join our remind class to connect with REACT program director (Toni Hall) through text or e-mail for assistance with your class.
FOR TEXT MESSAGES:
Text the message @goreact to the number 81010. If you’re having trouble with 81010, try
FOR SMARTPHONE PUSH NOTIFICATIONS (OR E-MAIL):
On your iPhone or Android phone, open your web browser and go to the following link: rmd.at/goreact
Follow the instructions to sign up for Remind. You’ll be prompted to download the mobile app.
Or send e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org