Bishop Moore High School Summer School Update 2020
We are very happy to be able to offer a modified Summer School Program.
PRIOR TO COMPLETING THE REGISTRATION FOR SUMMER SCHOOL PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS:
These documents are included in the online registration and full agreement and acceptance of all terms will be understood by completing the registration and submitting payment.
Registrations are limited to meet CDC and state capacity guidelines (6ft distancing), enforce a variety of safety measures, and enhance disinfecting procedures among other protocols.
SUMMER SCHOOL CLASSES OFFERED:
Dates: June 15-July 2
H.O.P.E. Core B - Health Component – Open to Incoming Freshmen and Upperclassmen (9th-12th)
8:00 am -1:00 pm -Cost: $300
Students will spend the majority of their time in the classroom learning health information in such a way that it influences students to take positive action concerning their physical, emotional and social health. Physical fitness is a minor component of this course.
Speech 1 – Open to Upperclassmen (10th- 12th)
8:30 am – 1:30pm -Cost: $300
This course is performance based and it provides instruction in the fundamentals of formal and informal oral communication and public speaking. This includes techniques of group discussion, effective listening, audience analysis, communication styles, body language, motivational techniques, impromptu speaking, memorization, demonstrative, informative and persuasive speeches. Eligible students must be enrolled or have completed Honors/AP English and have earned an A or B for both semesters. Placement is subject to approval.
Geometry Honors- Open to Upperclassmen (10th- 12th)
8:30 am – 1:30pm - Cost: $550
Registration is open only to eligible students that were notified via email.
- The Bishop Moore Student ID is required for a registration to be processed. This number is available in RenWeb.
- Incoming 9th grade students who do not have this number should contact Ms. Vazquez at firstname.lastname@example.org in the Admissions Office.
Students may wear:
- Blue jeans or pants with no holes, rips or tears
- Shorts that are no more than 3” above the knee cap, Bermuda shorts or Capri pants
- Plain or Bishop Moore logo shirts that are school related
- Sandals and or sneakers that are in good condition
- Clothing that fits properly and not excessively tight
- The BMC PE Uniform - Purchasing information is below
Students may not:
- Display body piercing, other than the ears for females (e.g. nose, gauges and other) tattoos, temporary and/or permanent
- Wear torn, soiled or ragged clothing, pajamas, yoga pants, leggings, tube tops, midriff styles, halter-tops, plunging necklines or backs, t-shirts with sayings or logos
Students enrolled in Speech & Geometry may wear the regular school uniform, the PE uniform or dress down clothing as noted above with, tennis shoes and/or sandals with straps.
BMC Uniforms may be purchased at:
100 Candace Drive, Suite 120
Maitland, FL 32751-3303
GENERAL GROOMING AND APPEARANCE GUIDELINES:
- Boys are to be clean-shaven at all times.
- Boys’ and girls’ hair must be cut in a conservative, traditional fashion, and color should be natural shades.
- Boys are not permitted to wear earrings
- Girls’ jewelry must be conservative
- Parents are asked to complete all information on the registration form.
- The area that relates to any health issues that must be known by the school and by those who will care for the student is of particular importance.
- Students may not carry medications at any time while on campus without the proper authorization.
- All medications must be turned into the Main Office on the first day of school for the student.
- All medications must be properly labeled and accompanied by a completed form for self-administration by the student. The BMC Medication Authorization Form is available by clicking on the link below:
- BMC Medication Authorization Form
- Parents will consent to medical/health form and COVID-19 Liability Waiver when completing the online registration for Summer School.
- Parents will complete the COVID-19 questionnaire at the time of registration. Students will respond to the questionnaire on the first day of school and subsequently as deemed necessary.
ARRIVAL AND DISMISSAL
- Parents may not exit their vehicles during arrival and dismissal times. The only building a parent may visit is the Main Office preferably not during the times of arrival and dismissal.
- Parents are asked not to arrive on campus until dismissal time to avoid a long wait and obstructing traffic on Edgewater Drive.
- Student may not gather on campus and should not be dropped off more than 15 minutes earlier than the start of class.
- Each student will be assigned a number in order to facilitate dismissal. Parents will be provided with a number on cardstock that must be displayed upon entering the campus. An attendant will then call the number for the student to proceed to the dismissal area, under the awning on the side of the Gym, to leave campus.
- Are encouraged to use face covering as necessary
- With COVID-19 symptoms, tests positive with COVID-9 or has been exposed to someone with COVID-19 must stay home.
- Will be required to follow steps outlined by the CDC related to handwashing, social distancing, respiratory etiquette (coughing), etc. Posters will be posted on campus to serve as a reminder.
- Will be greeted by a staff member to take their temperature at time of arrival. This will be done observing that the privacy of the student is preserved at all time.
- Identified to have a temperature over 100.4 degrees will be isolated in a different location until they can be picked up by their parents. Students may be asked to remain home until a medical release is provided.
- Will be asked to keep materials and other items needed for class separate and not share.
- Belongings will be separated from others’ and in individually labeled containers, cubbies, or areas.
- Will not be sharing devices, phones or other technology devices
- Will take breaks in groups and maintain social distancing.
- Students must bring their own snacks, water and lunch. Food or drink will not be provided or be available for purchase.
CLEANING AND SANITATION EFFORTS BY BMC
- A strict daily and as necessary process of cleaning and disinfecting will be followed
- Materials will be sanitized daily, by the students and school personnel
- An alcohol-based hand solution of at least 60% alcohol will be available in all common areas and entrances that will be used for all on campus
- Adequate supplies will be kept to minimize sharing of high-touch materials to the extent possible
- Safe distances will be marked in the bathroom and other open areas
- Hydration stations (water cows, water trough, water fountains, etc.) will not be utilized.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
1. Who may attend the BMC Summer School Program?
Only students who are fully enrolled for the 2020/2021 BMC school year are granted admission to summer school at BMC.
2. Whom do I speak with to be sure taking a summer school course will benefit me?
Contact Mrs. VanAnda, Director of Guidance, email@example.com if you are an incoming 9th grader.
Students in 10th & 11th grades should contact their assigned school counselor.
3. Are students required to have an iPad?
Only students in Geometry H and Speech are required to have an I-Pad.
4. When will grades be available?
Grades will available in August on RenWeb.
5. What is the attendance policy?
Due to the accelerated pace of the Summer Session, students must attend all class
Students are allowed only 2 excused absences. Absences must be pre-arranged in advance by turning in a written excuse to their instructor.
6. What do students do for lunch?
Students must bring their lunch, snacks and water for the day.
7. What is the cancellation/refund policy?
Cancellation requests must be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
8. Where do I register for Summer School?
Online on the Bishop Moore Catholic website.
Summer School Questions:
Email Mrs. Toro, Assistant Principal at email@example.com
CDC Guidance for Opening Schools
- https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/schools-childcare/schools.htmlCDC Considerations for Youth and Summer Camps