Summer School Current Information


     Attendance and Summer School Questions: Contact us at 715-387-8464

  • Summer School Course Offerings

    Tentative Course Offerings for the 2021 Summer School Program
    (Students Register via “Arena Scheduling” on Skyward)

    • Computer Applications (H)
    • Consumer & Personal Finance
    • Consumer & Personal Finance
    • Pre-Calculus BC Honors (Online) 
    • Psychology
    • Crime Justice, Law 
    • Fit for Life
    • Healthy Choices
    • Sports Challenge: Team Challenges
    • Sports Med I
    • Tailor Made Math for Grades
    • Tigers on the Prowl- Life Skills (non-credited course)
    • Tigers on the Prowl- Social Skills (non-credited course)

    Additional Educational Experiences for the 2021 Summer School Program
    (Online Registration (form) will be sent via Canvas/Skyward Messenger)

    • Driver's Education
    • Band
    • Orchestra
    • FFA 
    • Strength and Conditioning  (registration will be late spring)

  • 2021 Timeline and General Overview

    Monday, June 14th, 2021 thru Thursday, July 23rd, 2021

    • Period 1: 7:30am-9:45am
    • Period 2: 9:50 am-12:05pm
    • Summer school is an optional opportunity for any student, grades 9-12 enrolled in the School District of Marshfield. 
    • At this time (2/4/2021), we anticipate course offerings to be offered in-person, blended, and/or 100% virtual which is dependent on course offering, student enrollment and mitigation strategies. More information will be released regarding instructional delivery at a later date so students/families can plan accordingly.  
    • For blended/online courses: Students will need reliable internet to participate in the online courses.  

    . Materials:

    • Majority of classes will only require the use of an iPad or computer for the online component. 
    • Students will receive (or keep) their school issued iPad to use during the summer school months.  

  • Attendance Policy

    Students enrolled in summer school classes are expected to attend all regularly scheduled classes.

    1. Teachers should be notified in writing by the parent (s) or guardian of the reason for any absence.
    2. Students are expected to make up any classroom work/assignments.
    3. Students enrolled in classes will not be granted high school credit if more than five absences are recorded regardless of the reason!

    Note:  Five recorded tardies equal one entire absence.  Any tardy in excess of 15 minutes will also be counted as one absence towards the (5) day maximum.

    To obtain the ½ credit, each course will fulfill the DPI requirement of 4,050 minutes of instruction and learning opportunities.  

    Although the required minutes of “seat time” may take a different form this year because of potential of blended instructional delivery (in-person and online), students/families should still plan for an average of 135 minutes of learning opportunities per day, for each ½ credit course.  

    If you are unable to attend summer school after you have registered, please notify Mrs. Burkhart in the counseling office (715-387-4332) before summer school begins.

  • Driver's Education

    Driver Education class during summer school has its own registration process due to the age requirement. 

    • The dates for classroom instruction will be Monday, June 14 - Friday, July 23. 
    • The lab portion of this course will include 10 hours of simulation, 6 hours of in-car observation and 6 lessons of behind-the-wheel instruction. The exact dates and times will be assigned in class. 
    • The oldest 28 students will be selected for summer school Driver's Ed.  All others will be added to a waitlist by birthdate.  
    • Online registration is made available to students via the Canvas class pages (under announcements titled “Summer School Drivers Education”.  
    • Deadline for registration is Wednesday, February 17.  

    Students selected for summer Driver Education will be notified and registered into the course on Skyward, prior to February 22nd.  

  • Instructional Delivery and Student Support

    • Professional staff will use online learning platforms such as Canvas and Skyward to deliver curriculum, monitor student progress, grade students, and provide feedback.  
    • Staff will send weekly notifications to students and families regarding upcoming learning activities, assignments, etc.  
    • Given that students may receive learning opportunities ahead of time, students may be afforded the opportunity to work ahead and submit coursework prior to due dates.  
    • If needed, students can communicate with staff in-person. Other methods of communication may consists of email, phone call and/or video conference. 
    • Students should be checking emails daily to keep up with class expectations and learning opportunities. Additional, when learning remotely students should be checking and completing coursework on Canvas.  

  • Registration Instructions

    1. Registration begins at 4:00 p.m. on (Instruction video is shown below.):
      • February 22nd for Class of 2022 (current Juniors)
      • February 23rd for Class of 2023 (current Sophomores)
      • February 24th for Class of 2024 (current Freshmen)
      • February 25th for Class of 2025 (current 8th Graders)
    2. Log in to your Skyward Student Access Login & password are listed on your current schedule. If you don’t remember your login information, stop in the office to get the information. Private school, homeschoolers, and open enrollment students entering the district for the first time this year will be given information as to how they will receive their account information on February 18th during their 6 p.m. registration session.
    3. On the left side under the Arena Scheduling tab click 2021-22.
    4. It displays all courses available. To see what’s available for a specific period, click the down arrow under Period and click Apply Filter. It will then only show you classes for that period. NOTE: If a class is full the *Indicator column will have a F in it and you won’t be able to add the class. Some Phy. Ed. courses have 2 sections of the same class meeting each period so if you are trying to sign up for the same class as another student, be sure you both sign up for the same class and section number. Be sure to only sign up for classes in your next year grade level.
    5. When you are ready to choose your class(es) you can do it from here or change back to select search by period and change to period 1 and click search. You will now see all of the classes offered period 1. Click Add next to the course you want and under the fit column, it will now be listed as ENR. If you chose the wrong class, click remove in the options column and choose again. Now use the drop box and change to period 2 and click search and choose your second class if you want. You may only choose 2 classes for summer school. Summer school maximum is 1 credit.
    6. Now click the blue Submit Classes tab. You can print the courses you requested. To finish summer school course enrollment you MUST click the Submit Schedule.  Once this is done you will no longer be able to change your courses requests unless you come to the office.
    7. You should now be able to see your summer school schedule on the schedule tab.

    Upon successful completion of your registration, you will be officially enrolled in the course and session you requested along with the classroom number.  To confirm successful registration, check the “Future Schedule” tab within your Student Access Account.

  • Report Cards and Grades

    • Normal grading procedures will apply. Students will be graded on an A/B/C/D/F/I scale.
    • For credited courses, grades will impact a student’s G.P.A.
    • Grades will be entered on Skyward so students and families can monitor student progress. throughout the duration of summer school. 

    Summer school classes do not count toward credit minimums for the academic year at Marshfield High School. There is no summer honor roll.

    Report Cards:

    Report cards will be mailed to all summer school students as soon as possible after summer school has been completed. Summer school grades will be immediately updated into one’s cumulative GPA, however, class rank will not be reflected on one’s transcript until the next rank is run in late August.

  • Registration for Summer School Tutorial