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March 11 - 15 is Exam Week,  and March 18 - 22 is Spring Break.  Students return to school on March 25 (C1-HOL-C2-C3-C4). See bell schedules below for specific times.
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Summer School

Please see packet below for complete information, rules, and policies for MoHS Summer School.

Application below - Print & SUBMIT all 4 pages.  Please print two-sided, if possible. 

 

Summer School 2019 Dates:

1st Semester: June 13th – June 28th

2nd Semester: July 1 – July 17th

 

REGISTRATION PROCESS

First Priority will be given to Moanalua High School (MoHS) students who are in need of remediation or credit recovery to insure graduation on time. Students who have failed, or are in danger of failing, a core class should work with their counselor to submit an application AND payment as priority beginning Monday, March 25, 2019. Applications AND payments for all other students will be accepted in the front office beginning Monday, April 8, 2019. Applications for all classes except for Physical Education (PE) and Health classes will be accepted on a first come, first served basis.

 

Procedures for PE & Health Classes:  Because of the high demand for PE & Health, seats in those classes will be offered to students via drawing.  Applications (without payment) will be accepted beginning Monday, April 8, 2019.  All applications must be submitted before Thursday, April 18, 2019 at 3:30 p.m. to be eligible for the drawing.  Students selected by the drawing will be notified via mail by Tuesday, April 30, 2019 and will need to submit payment to secure their seat in the class.  Payment must be submitted to the front office by Friday, May 10 2019 at 3:30 p.m.  After this date, any spots not secured with full payment may be offered to a student on the waiting list.  If a check is returned by the bank, the student's registration will be cancelled and a $25.00 service fee will be assessed.

 

ATTENDANCE POLICY

Please make every effort to have your son/daughter in school on time every day. In order for a student to earn a full credit for Summer School, he/she must meet a minimum instructional time requirement to earn credits. All courses are eligible for regular high school credit unless prior credit was earned. The following guidelines will be used for taking attendance for this year’s summer session. Please read them carefully, and then sign at the appropriate line on the front page.

A. 2 tardies (excused or unexcused) equals one (1) absence

B. 2 absences in a 12 day session (excused or unexcused) will result in dismissal

C. 4 absences in a 5 week session (excused or unexcused) will result in dismissal

 

Of course, emergencies do arise. If one does occur, the administration will evaluate the situation on an individual basis. Whenever a student is absent or tardy because of such an emergency, parents should notify the school with a call by 10:00am, if possible, AND send a note signed by the parent or doctor with the student upon return.

On the other hand, medical, dental or personal appointments (i.e. job interviews, road tests for licensing) should be scheduled AFTER school hours. Please remember that ONE DAY of Summer School is equivalent to ONE WEEK of the regular school year.