10505 Clear Creek Commerce Drive
Mint Hill, NC 28227
Courier #: 457
P: 980-344-0409  |  F: 980-343-2139 
Principal: Ericia Turner
LC: Northeast
Bell Schedule: 7:15 AM - 2:15 PM
Grades: 9-12
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Summer High School Credit Recovery Program and Calendar

The purpose of the Credit Recovery Program:

To provide an opportunity for students who have failed a core content course to recover credit in the following courses:

  • Math 1

  • Math 2

  • Math 3

  • English 1

  • English 2

  • Biology

  • Earth/Environmental

  • Civics & Economics

  • American History 1

  • American History 2

  • World History

Two Credit Recovery sessions are offered during the summer:

  • Session 1: June 17 – July 3

  • Session 2: July 8 – July 24

Days: Monday – Thursday (NO CLASS ON FRIDAY)              

 

Time: 8:00 am – 2:00 pm

 

Session 1

Session 2

Monday: 6/17

Monday: 7/8

Tuesday: 6/18

Tuesday: 7/9

Wednesday: 6/19

Wednesday: 7/10

Thursday: 6/20

Thursday: 7/11

Monday: 6/24

Monday: 7/15

Tuesday: 6/25

Tuesday: 7/16

Wednesday: 6/26

Wednesday: 7/17

Thursday: 6/27

Thursday: 7/18

Monday: 7/1

Monday: 7/22

Tuesday: 7/2

Tuesday: 7/23

Thursday: 7/3 Last day for students

Wednesday: 7/24 Last day for students

 

Summer Rising 9th Grade Transition Program and Calendar

The purpose for Rising 9th Grade Transition Program:

 

Math Youth Development (MYD):

To provide rising 9th-grade students an opportunity to participate in a program that prepares them to be successful in Math 1 through Common Core investigations and activities. Students will develop meta-cognition through strategies that change how students understand intelligence, deepen their commitment to learning and encourage high academic achievement. The student who is successful in this course will receive an elective math credit.

 

Literacy Internship:

To provide rising 9th-grade students an opportunity to enter high school with a strong foundation of literacy skills to be successful in all curriculum areas. Students will develop reading, writing, speaking, listening and language skills aligned to Common Core State Standards through an engaging and challenging unit of study that incorporates global issues and community service.

 

Days: Monday – Thursday (NO CLASS ON FRIDAY)              

 

Time: 8:00 am – 2:00 pm

 

One Session Only (6/17 - 7/24)

Monday: 6/17

Tuesday: 6/18

Wednesday: 6/19

Thursday: 6/20

Monday: 6/24

Tuesday: 6/25

Wednesday: 6/26

Thursday: 6/27

Monday: 7/1

Tuesday: 7/2

Thursday: 7/3

Monday: 7/8

Tuesday: 7/9

Wednesday: 7/10

Thursday: 7/11

Monday: 7/15

Tuesday: 7/16

Wednesday: 7/17

Thursday: 7/18

Monday: 7/22

Tuesday: 7/23

Wednesday: 7/24 Last day for students

 

Attendance and Tardy Policy

Due to the fast-paced and content packed nature of summer school courses, students are only allowed to miss TWO days of instruction for all credit recovery courses.  


If a student misses more than the allotted days, regardless if the absences are excused or unexcused, the student will be dismissed from summer school.  

  • Extenuating circumstances should be discussed with the site administrator as soon as possible.

Additionally, students are expected to be to class on time and remain in class for the duration of the instructional day.  Therefore:

  • Three (3) tardies equal one (1) absence.  

  • If a student arrives to class after 8 am, but before 8:30 am, s/he will be marked tardy.  

  • If a student arrives after 8:30 am s/he will be marked absent for the day. 

  • If a student is taken out of school by a parent/guardian after 1:15 pm, s/he will be marked tardy.  

  • If a student is taken out of school by a parent/guardian before 1:15 pm, s/he will be marked absent for the day. 

  • Tardies can also be accrued during the school day, coming back from lunch or at the end of scheduled break time.  


Breakfast and Lunch

Breakfast and Lunch will be offered to all summer school students free of charge.

 

Breakfast:

7:30-7:55 am

 

Lunch:
Based on scheduled times.

 

Transportation

Transportation is provided for students, but will not be specific to a student's home address.

  • CMS pre-determines several shuttle stops. You may use the shuttle stop most convenient for you. 

  • Once you choose a bus, you are expected to ride that bus for the entirety of the session. Please refer to the 2019 Shuttle Stop Information (opens in new tab).

  • Shuttle stops aren’t mandatory and you may still transport your child directly to the summer school site if you so choose.


Discipline

All students are required to abide by the CMS Code of Student Conduct.  Depending on the frequency and severity of the infraction, consequences can range from a parent conference over the phone to dismissal from the summer school program.  


Students will receive ONE warning for Level 1 infractions. Additional Level 1 infractions will result in dismissal from the summer school program.

 

Cell Phone and Technology Policy

Students are allowed to bring electronic devices such as cell phones.  However, the only acceptable use of electronic devices is for instructional purposes, as directed by the classroom teacher. 

  • If a student is found using their device at an inappropriate time or inappropriate manner, it will be confiscated and secured by a school employee for a parent/guardian to pick-up in the main office.  

  • Failure to hand over an electronic device for a parent/guardian pick-up will result in dismissal from summer school.  

  • If a student has an emergency and needs to contact a parent, then s/he may use the phone located in the main office.


Dress Code

All students should be dressed in a manner that is appropriate for an educational setting. This includes:

  • No headgear (except for religious purposes)

  • Sagging pants 

  • Tops must cover the shoulders, chests, and midriffs.  

  • Tight or athletic leg-wear must be covered by a skirt, dress or top, no higher than the mid-thigh.

  • Skirts or dresses, without leg-wear, must not reach higher than the top of the knee

  • Shorts may go no higher than mid-thigh

Students who do not meet the dress code will not be permitted in class until they receive clothing that is appropriate.  This may result in a student being marked absent for the day.  Students who repeatedly violate the dress code will be dismissed from summer school.


Summer School Site Contacts

Summer School Site Administrator:   

Kwame Stith (opens in new tab)

Summer School Lead Teacher:  

Chiquita Boyd (opens in new tab)

Summer School Counselor:   

Ashley McKinley (opens in new tab)

Summer School Secretary:   

Barbara Crawford (opens in new tab)


2019 Summer School Documents

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Phone: 980-343-3000
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