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Credit Recovery

2021-22 Credit Recovery 


We will have five 4-week extended day credit recovery sessions this year.  See the session dates below.  Use this planning document to help plan for credit recovery this year!  


Winter I

Winter II

Winter III

Spring I

Spring II

11/22 - 12/17

1/10 - 2/4

2/14 - 3/11

3/28 - 4/22

5/2 - 5/27


  • The Spring II session begins on Monday, May 2 and ends on Friday, May 27
  • Each class is worth the equivalent of .75 credit (equal to one quarter course during the school year)
  • Students are required to attend class on each of the four Mondays of the session (2:45-4:00pm)
  • Teachers will provide supported work sessions on Tuesdays/Thursdays 
  • Attendance on Tuesdays/Thursdays may be required and will be determined by the teacher based on your progress/grade 
  • Students will be required to make up a class absence at one of the work sessions on Tuesday/Thursday (per teacher direction)
  • More than one absence will result in removal from the course 
  • Students may attend supported WIN Time sessions on Wednesdays for additional support if needed
  • Students must engage in all course work and earn at least 60% in order to earn credit 


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*Course availability is dependent on enrollment.  Students will be notified of dropped courses by Friday, April 29.  An alternate course may be assigned if original choice is dropped due to insufficient enrollment.


  • Students need to engage in coursework regularly and follow course pacing as provided by the teacher.  Failure to attend and engage in coursework for will result in removal from the course.
  • In-person attendance is required on Mondays of each week; attendance will be taken.  More than one absence will result in removal from the course.  
  • Grading will be Pass or No-Credit.  Letter grades will not be given; a “P” will be issued to students who successfully complete the coursework with at least 60%. Students are expected to engage in all course work for credit. 
  • Students are expected submit original work and follow the Academic Honesty and Integrity guidelines.  Infractions may result in loss of credit and/or removal from the course.