Monday, June 3 First day for all classes
Friday, June 14 End of first quarter (40 hour class)
Friday, June 21 End of first semester (60 hour class)
Monday, June 24 First day of second semester (60 hour class)
Thursday, July 4 No School – Observance of the National Holiday
Friday, July 12 End of second semester (60 & 120 hour class)
SUMMER SCHOOL SIGN UP TIMES
2019 Summer School registration packets will be available in the Sr. High Office, the Sr. High Guidance Office, the Jr. High Office, and the Sr. High Book Room beginning Wednesday, February 6th. Beginning at 8:00 a.m. on Thursday, March 7th, current sophomores and juniors may register on a priority basis in the Sr. High Book Room. Beginning Monday, March 11th at 8:00 a.m., and continuing through Friday, April 12th at 3:15 p.m., all students may register for summer classes daily in the Sr. High Book Room. No early registrations accepted.
Please note that the physical education classes will be limited to twenty-five (25) students per class. There will be two classes each session, for a total of 50 students per session. Beginning Monday, March 11th, students will be enrolled on a first-come, first-served basis. The names of students who wish to enroll after the classes are filled will be placed on a waiting list. You will not receive a written confirmation for summer school classes. Please watch for information in the Daily Announcements or contact Joni Sherk at (937) 297-5325 to confirm registration. A posting of class lists will be displayed by the third week of May.
Full tuition and any fees for all classes must be paid in the form of cash or check at the time of registration (a separate check for each class). Please make checks payable to Oakwood High School. No refunds will be given after Friday, April 19th. Please note that checks may not be processed until mid-May.
SUMMER SCHOOL REGISTRATION FORM
Algebra IIH (High School). – 120 hours. An honors math course may follow the same or similar general topics as a non-honors math course of the same title, but the course is a different course due to the pace, sequence and depth of contents. Honors math courses proceed at a swifter pace and expect a greater depth of understanding. Algebra II Honors is a course that expands on the topics of Algebra I and provides further development of the concept of a function. Topics include: (1) relations, functions, equations and inequalities; (2) conic sections; (3) polynomials; (4) data analysis; (5) logarithmic and exponential functions; (6) sequences and series; (7) counting principles and probability; and (8) trigonometry.
Math 8. – 120 hours. The overall goal of this course is to help students develop sound mathematical habits. A strong emphasis is placed on the relationships between variables. The students will study linear, exponential and inverse relationships through experiences with tables, graphs, equations and real-life situations. Other topics to be explored are the Pythagorean Theorem, data and statistics, and symbolic reasoning. This course will utilize technology, especially the graphics calculator. Purchase of a TI-84 Plus calculator is required. If a student is unable to obtain the required calculator, the parent may contact the OJH Office for assistance. To enroll in this course prior to completion of 8th grade, a student must have earned an ‘A’ during each semester of Math 7 and must have teacher recommendation.