Ash Grove High School is offering two sessions for the 2022 Summer School, May 31-June 10 and June 13-24. Classes will meet from 8:00am to 3:05pm. Bus transportation will be available to and from the Bois D'Arc and Lawrence County (Lawrenceburg) areas. Contact your school secretary for pick up/drop off time details. Tentative pickup times are as follows and dropoff times at the Ash Grove campus will be 7:40am:
Round Barn: Pickup 7:10am-7:15am, Drop off 3:35
College and Orchard, Moonlight Drive and Coyote Pass, and College and Perryman: Pickup 7:30am-7:40am, Drop off 3:05-3:15
West End Mill and Bradley: Pickup 7:40am, Drop off 3:10pm
Hopewell Baptist Church: Pickup 7:15-7:25am, Drop off 3:25
Bois D'Arc Elementary: Pickup 7:15-7:30am, Drop off 3:20pm
Hillside Baptist Church: Pickup 7:10-7:25am, Drop off 3:25pm
High school students may earn 0.5 credit per session, and students who just completed their 8th grade year may enroll in summer school classes as a 9th grader and receive high school credit. No credit is issued to any student taking the Jr. High Core Skills class. Students earning high school credit are allowed only one absence per session of summer school.
The school will serve a free breakfast and free lunch every day for every child. We encourage all children to take advantage of this free program. Breakfast will be served 7:40am – 7:55am, and lunch will be served to junior high and high school students from 11:40am-12:00pm. Meals for all grades will be served in the elementary cafeteria.
To enroll in summer school, students must complete and submit the Summer School Enrollment Google Form or return the form attached to this letter to the Counseling Office. If students or their parents have any questions about summer school, please call the Counseling Office at 417-751-9616 or 417-751-9605, or email the counselor Mr. Hall at firstname.lastname@example.org or Mrs. Day at email@example.com.
The following classes will be offered this summer at Ash Grove High School:
§ Driver Education (0.5 credit) Students must be 15 years old by August 1. Also, the Driver Education class schedule is different than any other class. Students must complete the classroom session and driving times to earn credit for the class. The Driver Ed classroom session will begin with a one-day workshop on campus on May 19 from 8:00am to 12:00pm, followed by a one-week online studies program. Students will sign up for driving times which will be completed during June and July. When students have enrolled for the class, more information will be emailed to them.
§ Health (0.5 credit) Session 1 only, Health is usually taken by incoming 9th grade students but is available to any high school student who has not previously completed a Health course.
§ Personal Finance (0.5 credit) Session 1 only, for incoming juniors and seniors only.
§ Pre-Algebra (0.5-1.0 credit) Sessions 1 & 2, this is a preparatory class for Algebra I; seats are limited.
§ Odysseyware Elective Courses (0.5-1 credit) See attached sheet for available courses.
§ Rosetta Foreign Language (0.5-1 credit) Sessions 1 & 2, for high school students only. Languages available are Arabic, Chinese, French, and Spanish.
§ Credit Recovery (0.5- 1.0 credits) Sessions 1 & 2, for high school students only, to recover credits for core courses that were not successfully completed in previous years. This includes 9th-12th grade English, Math, Science, and Social Studies courses.
§ Junior High Core Skills (no credit) Sessions 1 & 2, incoming 7th and 8th grade students. Students will work in all of the four core areas: English, Math, Science, and Social Studies. No high school credit is given for this course but it will help students to be better prepared for their upcoming year in junior high. Students may attend one or both sessions.