Summer School Plan

EHS/ Horizon Summer School Specific Plan 


Dates:  June 22- 26 (M-F)

June 29-July 2 (M-Th)

July 6 - 9 (M-Th)

Times of the day:  Session 1 - 8:00 - 9:45

Session 2 - 10:00 - 11:45

Session 3 - 12:15 - 2:00


EHS Counselor Mrs. Barker will schedule your student into the appropriate session(s) based on their credit recovery needs and summer school staff will contact to you to let you know when your student needs to attend.  They do not want all students reporting at once.  It's important they attend during their assigned times only.

Courses for Remediation:  Math, Science, Social Studies, Language Arts/Reading

Description:  Summer school will happen at Horizon High School.  We will have classes of 12-15 students in 6 different classrooms.  We are setting up different sessions to minimize the number of students in the building at one time.  We will have students enter into one area and exit another, to minimize contact between students coming and going between sessions.

K - 12 Extended School Year Plan and Considerations

  • ESY may take place before, during, and after all currently scheduled summer school sessions.
  • Parents are encouraged to talk to their primary care provider to make personal decisions or to determine if students should attend face-to-face ESY service sessions. 
    • If students do not feel comfortable with face-to-face interaction, then alternative service offerings will be provided. 

Health and Safety Procedures for Students

The plan has incorporated and exceeds the CDCs official high-level decision tool recommendations as part of the development process. 

CDC recommendations for school re-opening


  • If a student presents with any visual signs of the following symptoms:
    • Cough or shortness of breath, Headache, Body aches, Sore throat, chills/shaking with chills

Then the students will be screened for fever prior to boarding a district bus.

  • If the student presents with a fever greater than 100, then the parents will be required to pick the student up immediately.
  • Proper social distancing will be maintained. 

Safety Measures applicable for transportation and building

  • There will be one entrance that everyone will use to enter each building. 
  • Face coverings may be worn by all staff and students
  • Anyone with the following symptoms will be asked to return home and encouraged to follow up with their health care provider:
  • Fever of 100 degrees or higher
  • Cough or shortness of breath
  • A registered nurse employed by the district will check for the following symptoms to determine if the student should be sent home:
  1. Headache
  2. Body aches
  3. Sore throat
  4. New loss of taste/smell
  5. chills/shaking with chills
  • They will not be allowed to return until they are fever-free for 72 hours without the aid of fever-reducing medications and/or all other symptoms have resolved and at least 7 days have passed since their symptoms first appeared. 
  • If the person follows up with their health care provider and the provider states that they are okay to return to the buildings, this will also be accepted. Written documentation will need to be provided to the school.
  • All students and staff will be reminded of social distancing while in the buildings. 


  • Routine cleaning will be performed daily. 
  • In addition, surfaces that are used and touched often will be cleaned and sanitized after each use and between individual users. 
  • Bathrooms will be cleaned twice a day along with other high touch surfaces.
  • Frequent hand washing and the use of hand sanitizer will be highly encouraged. 


  • Class size will be limited to accommodate social distancing.
  • Students will wash hands upon entering and before leaving the building. (or could offer hand sanitizer)
  • Student desks/equipment will be sanitized daily.  
  • Social distancing of at least 6 feet will be maintained.

High-Risk Population:

There is a higher risk to certain populations.

Parents of at-risk students will be encouraged to counsel with their primary care provider to determine participation recommendations.

ESY Considerations:

  • Zoom meetings may continue for the at-risk population