Plans in Place For Summer School
Since COVID-19 has been around, many things have changed in education. There have been alternate ways of learning for both regular and summer school. FHSD and MOSI (Missouri Online Summer Institute) both offer summer school credit recovery and credit advancement in this area. FHSD provides students access with both online class and in school class, and online summer school with it students usually have to be signed in the whole time. The classes would take two weeks to complete. MOSI has only online classes available and students don’t need to be logged in with the teacher, this course takes eight weeks to complete.
“[In-school class] is just a regular classroom,” guidance counselor Mary Kerr-Grant said. “You would then go to summer school for two weeks. And from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., you would be [signed in]. If [the students] even miss more than three hours they don’t get credit for the course. And you can take up to four classes and that’s two credits.”