MCMS Summer School 2018

For Students in Grades 6-8 as of school year 2018-19


Questions? Sharon Russell at: (818) 597-0742 or
srussell@oakparkeducationfoundation.org

Table Of Contents:

Middle School Summer Calendar
Middle School Summer Course Offerings
Middle School Class Schedules
Tuition
Middle School Summer Registration Options
Call-In Procedure for Absences
Class Lists and Wait Lists
Course Cancellations
Refunds
Report Cards
Questions

MIDDLE SCHOOL SUMMER CALENDAR:

We are offering a 4 week enrichment OR remediation program this summer at Medea Creek (Grades 6-8):

Tuesday, May 29th – Friday, June 22nd

Remediation Classes – Tuesday, May 29th – Friday, June 22nd:
This 4-week Session will be for students recommended by teachers as needing skill building in math and language arts.

or

Enrichment Classes – Tuesday, May 29th – Friday, June 22nd:
This 4-week Session offers a variety of opportunities for students to enrich their learning.

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MIDDLE SCHOOL SUMMER COURSE OFFERINGS:

NOTE: The following classes are being offered, but may be cancelled or changed based on enrollment and teacher availability. Classes are also subject to change from one period to the other.

Courses denoted with a number are for students who are in that grade in the current school year (e.g. Math 5 is for students currently in 5th grade).

Four-Week Remediation Session

May 29 – June 22

Period 1 | 8:15am-10:10am

Period 2 | 10:20am-12:15am

 

Four-Week Enrichment Session

May 29 – June 22

Period 1 | 8:15am-10:10am

Period 2 | 10:20am-12:15pm

The following classes have been cancelled:

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MIDDLE SCHOOL CLASS SCHEDULES:

  1. Period 1 – 8:15am – 10:10am
  2. Nutrition – 10:10am – 10:20am (no food service is offered by the school)
  3. Period 2 – 10:20am – 12:15pm

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TUITION:

Students may register for two courses for the session. It is permissible to take only one course if desired.

  • 1 one-period 4-week class: $255
  • 2 one-period 4-week classes: $510

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MIDDLE SCHOOL REGISTRATION OPTIONS:

OPTION # 1 – MAIL-IN REGISTRATION:

Students who are interested in registering by mail will need to download the Registration & Course Request forms from above.

Completed registration forms, including any required signatures and a check for the full tuition and applicable materials fees mailed to:

Oak Park Education Foundation
Middle School Summer School 2018
Mail-In Registration
638 Lindero Canyon Road, Suite 170
Oak Park, CA 91377

Items postmarked after Friday, May 11th will not be included in the initial registration, but will be added to classes, as space is available.

Please review the course descriptions in the Course Brochure for details on each class.

Incomplete registration forms (missing information, signatures, documentation, and/or full tuition/materials fees) will not be included in the class lists for mail-in registration.

NOTE: This mail-in registration period is for all students interested in any class. This includes district of choice students.

MAIL-IN PROCESS:

Friday, May 18th: Preliminary class lists will be posted above for all students who have registered during the mail-in registration period.

 

OPTION # 2 – WALK-UP REGISTRATION:

Saturday, April 28th from 9am to 10:30am at the Medea Creek Middle School Gym (map)

Registration will be held on a first-come basis for all classes that have openings. Students who are not currently attending an OPUSD school (or who are not
attending an OPUSD school next year) are welcome to register for any of our summer school classes at this time.

Saturday afternoon, May 26th: Class lists for all registered students will be posted above

 

OPTION # 3 – LAST CHANCE REGISTRATION:

Tuesday, May 29th: First Day of Summer School, (7:30 am in front of the MCMS office).

This will be the final opportunity to register for any classes with openings. Registration will be on a first-come basis.

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CALL-IN PROCEDURE FOR ABSENCES:

If a student will be absent at any level or for any course, the parent is required to call the school on the morning of the absence between 7:45 am – 8:30 am to report it. All absences must be accounted for and verified. This means that if parents don’t call the school, we will be required to call the parents. Please help by calling in all absences, just as you would during the regular school year. That phone number beginning 5/29/18 , the first day of summer school, will be: (818) 597-4261. For all other inquiries, the regular school number will remain (818) 707-7922.

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CLASS LISTS AND WAIT-LISTS:

Class lists for all levels and courses for students who have pre-registered will be posted above by Saturday afternoon, May 26th.

We may move students between classes as necessary to balance classes at any time.

All students MUST be in class on the first day of summer school to secure their seat in the class. Failure to attend on the first day will result in the student being dropped. If there is a valid excuse for an absence, parents must call-in the morning of the first day of summer school to the school office so that the space is held for that student.

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COURSE CANCELLATIONS:

We may be forced to cancel a class for a variety of reasons. We will contact all registrants involved if we cancel a course. FULL refunds will be issued if we cannot accommodate these students in another class.

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REFUNDS:

Refunds (minus a $50 administrative fee) are available for any reason, providing the written request is received prior to 12:00 noon on Friday, May 25 th, 2018. Accompanied with a self-addressed stamped envelope, such requests must be mailed to:

Oak Park Education Foundation
Middle School Summer School 2018
REFUND REQUEST
638 Lindero Cyn. Rd., Suite 170
Oak Park, CA 91377
NO REFUNDS WILL BE ISSUED – FOR ANY REASON – BASED ON REQUESTS RECEIVED AFTER THIS DEADLINE.

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REPORT CARDS:

All students in summer school will receive a final report of progress at the end of the summer session for each enrolled class.

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QUESTIONS:

Questions related to specific middle school courses, including whether or not a student should take a course should be directed to your student’s school counselor or core (Language Arts/Social Studies) teachers.

If you have other questions that have not been answered in this brochure, please email Ms. Samantha Gottlieb at sgottlieb@oakparkeducationfoundation.org.
 

SUMMER SCHOOL PRINCIPAL: Mr. Tim Chevalier
tchevalier@oakparkeducationfoundation.org

MIDDLE SCHOOL PRINCIPAL: Ms. Samantha Gottlieb
sgottlieb@oakparkeducationfoundation.org

 

LOCATION: Medea Creek Middle School

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The state of California no longer provides funding to any California school district for summer school classes. However, the Oak Park Education foundation will continue to offer a tuition-based summer school program for middle school and high school levels. For the seventh year, the Oak Park Education Foundation (OPEF) has agreed to help keep this tradition of a high quality summer school program in Oak Park and agreed to become the administrators of the program. The classes offered by the Oak Park Education Foundation summer program will adhere to the same curriculum as those offered by the Oak Park Unified School District during previous summers and the regular school year. The Oak Park Education Foundation must charge students who attend summer school to cover teacher and staff salaries, plus the additional mandatory employer costs, rental of the facilities, insurance requirements, utility charges, and materials fees.