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					         LOS ANGELES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
         MEMORANDUM



TITLE:              Credit Recovery Summer School 2011/           ROUTING
                    Intersession 2011-2012                        Local District Superintendents
                                                                  Local District Administrators of
NUMBER:             MEM-5408.0                                      Instruction
                                                                  Principal Leaders
ISSUER:             Alvaro Cortés, Executive Director             PreK-12 Counseling Coordinators
                    Beyond the Bell Branch                        Intervention Coordinators
                                                                  English Learner Specialists
                    Judy Elliott, Chief Academic Officer          Principals
                    Office of Curriculum, Instruction and         Assistant Principals
                    School Support                                School Coordinators
                                                                  School Administrative Assistants
DATE:               March 1, 2011                                 UTLA Chapter Chairs

PURPOSE:            The purpose of this Memorandum is to provide information for the Credit Recovery
                    Summer School 2011/Intersession 2011-2012 offered to eligible students at single
                    and multi-track schools. Credit Recovery Summer School 2011/Intersession 2011-
                    2012 programs are as follows:
                        General education elementary and middle school Summer School
                         2011/Intersession 2011-2012 programs continue to be suspended for 2011-2012
                         due to state and district budget reductions.
                        Schools may use local school funds for locally designed programs during the
                         Summer School 2011/Intersession 2011-2012 breaks.
                        Transportation will not be provided for PWT, CAP and Magnet Programs.
                        Online credit recovery courses will be available only for 11th and 12th grade
                         students.
                        High school libraries will be closed during summer school.

MAJOR               Major changes include:
CHANGES:                Credit Recovery 2011 courses will be available only for 11th grade students (class
                         of 2013) and 12th grade students (class of 2012).
                        Students in the class of 2013 who received a grade of F are eligible.
                        Students in the class of 2012 who received a grade of D or F are eligible.
                        Summer school sites will be clustered throughout the District.
                        Assistant Principal assignments are limited to Extended School Year (ESY)
                         Programs.
                        This memorandum replaces MEM-5043.1 2010-2011 Summer
                         School/Intersession, dated April 26, 2010.

INSTRUCTIONS:       I.    Background

                          State and District guidelines for graduation require students to complete
                          230 course credits and pass the California High School Exit Exam BUL-307.1
                          Graduation Requirements Grades 9-12: For Students in the Graduating Classes
                          of 2010 and 2011, dated February 8, 2010. Following State guidelines, the Board
                          of Education adopted a California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE)
                          Preparation Policy requiring students to meet prescribed criteria to graduate.


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                           This policy provides for credit recovery and CAHSEE preparation courses for
                           students not meeting graduation requirements. For assistance refer to the
                           District Intervention Staff Directory (Attachment A).

                    II.    Guidelines and Schedules

                           A. General education elementary and middle school Summer School/
                              Intersession programs continue to be suspended for 2011-2012.

                           B. Summer School 2011/Intersession 2011-2012 includes the Senior High
                              School Credit Recovery and Extended School Year (ESY) programs at
                              clustered sites (Attachment B). Senior High School Summer School
                              2011/Intersession 2011-2012 Program is an intervention program designed to
                              provide standards-based instruction for credit recovery for students in grades
                              11 and 12.

                           C. Credit Recovery Summer School 2011/Intersession 2011-2012 provides the
                              class of 2013 students who received a F and the class of 2012 students who
                              received a D or F in high school courses the opportunity to enroll in one
                              three-hour per day, four week course for a total of 60 hours to receive
                              5 credits in order to meet graduation requirements.

                           D. Credit Recovery Summer School 2011 is offered to eligible students
                              Wednesday, July 6 through Tuesday, August 2, 2011. Student hours are 8:30
                              a.m. to 11:50 a.m., including a 20 minute break.

                           E. Credit Recovery Intersession 2011-2012 is offered at multi-track high
                              schools. Intersession 2011-2012 is offered for a total of 60 hours per track
                              per session. Multi-track schools must submit the Intent to Offer Intersession
                              Form (Attachment C) to the Local District Intervention Coordinator three
                              weeks before intersession begins. The Time Task Calendar for Credit
                              Recovery Summer School 2011 and Intersession 2011-2012 is referenced in
                              Attachments D-1 and D-2.

                           F. ESY programs are offered for single-track elementary, middle, and high
                              school students from Wednesday, July 6 through Tuesday, August 2, 2011
                              and will be clustered on designated campuses. ESY guidelines, including
                              additional program information and procedures, are provided in the
                              corresponding ESY/Intersession memoranda issued through the Division of
                              Special Education.

                    III.   Programs

                           A. The following programs are offered in Summer School 2011/Intersession
                              2011-2012.
                              1. The Senior High School Credit Recovery 2011 Program provides the
                                 class of 2013 students who received an F and the class of 2012 students
                                 who received a D or F the opportunity to repeat courses.


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                              2. Extended School Year (ESY) is provided for special education students
                                 in grades PreK-12 with an Individualized Education Program (IEP) that
                                 specifies ESY.

                              3. The Los Angeles Virtual Academy provides an opportunity for 11th grade
                                 students in the class of 2013 who received an F and 12th grade students in
                                 the class of 2012 who received a D or F to repeat the course in an online
                                 environment.
                                 a. The Academy is part of the Credit Recovery Summer 2011 Program.
                                 b. Students enrolled in the Academy may not enroll in other summer
                                     school credit recovery programs.

                          B. Non-grad students in the class of 2011 must enroll in the Adult Education
                             Program July 11th through August 12th. For assistance refer to BUL NO. 40,
                             Student Registration – Adult Schools and Regional Occupational Centers,
                             dated April 26, 1982.

                          C. Summer Options for General Education
                             1. Summer School 2011/Intersession 2011-2012 for grades Pre-K to10 will
                                not be centrally funded due to budget reductions.
                             2. Schools may fund locally designed programs during summer/intersession
                                with site funds and Local District approval and must complete the Intent
                                to Offer form (Attachment C).
                             3. Schools must complete attendance reports and documentation required
                                by the funding program, REF-5144.0: Attendance Accounting and
                                Documentation for Extended Day Programs in Secondary Schools,
                                dated June 7, 2010; REF-1359: Procedures for Recording Data and
                                Attendance Accounting for Elementary Intervention Programs,
                                dated November 1, 2004.
                             4. The Beyond the Bell Comprehensive Summer 2011 Enrichment Program
                                will be in operation at over 150 schools. Contact information is available
                                in Attachment E.
                             5. Summer online and community resources will be made available at
                                http://btb.lausd.net .

                    IV.   Enrollment and Student Eligibility

                          A. Enrollment process for Credit Recovery Summer School 2011 is an
                             integral part of the pre-planning process for Summer School
                             2011/Intersession 2011-2012. Counseling staffs at sending and receiving
                             schools should collaborate to assure the equitable enrollment of students
                             from respective sites.
                             1. The summer school 2011 planning team from sending and receiving
                                 schools should collaborate to begin the enrollment/registration process
                                 for summer school credit recovery 2011 starting early March 2011.
                                 Enrollment/registration is to be completed for continuing students by
                                 June 24, 2011.
                             2. Summer school 2011 sites are required to submit pre-enrollment Summer
                                 School Classification Reports (AT74) and Class Enrollment by teacher

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                                  within department (CL76 R-2) by May 23, 2011 and again June 23, 2011
                                  to the Local District Intervention Coordinator.
                             3.   Construct a master schedule based upon approved courses to meet the
                                  indicated needs for Credit Recovery and ESY students (Attachment F).
                             4.   Counselors must complete SIS program Summer School
                                  2011/Intersession 2011-2012 Application, SUMAPP, (Attachment G)
                                  and send the original home for a parent signature. When the student
                                  returns the signed application, make a copy for the school files. The
                                  sending school shall forward a copy to the summer school site.
                             5.   The procedures for the Los Angeles Virtual Academy online courses are
                                  provided in Attachment H. Enrollment for credit recovery online courses
                                  requires counselor approval. Students must be provided with a District
                                  e-mail account prior to enrollment.
                             6.   Non-grad students in the class of 2011 must enroll in appropriate Adult
                                  School Program course(s) with counselor approval. (Attachment G)

                         B. Only LAUSD students enrolled in the spring 2011 semester may participate
                            in Credit Recovery Summer School 2011/Intersession 2011-2012.
                            1. General education students in grades 11-12 who are in attendance at
                                multi-track high schools converting to single-track are eligible to attend
                                summer school.
                            2. Students attending multi-track schools must attend intersession at their
                                school of attendance.

                         C. Student Eligibility
                            1. Students in the class of 2013 who received a grade of F and students in
                                the class of 2012 who received a grade of D or F in courses listed in
                                Attachment F.
                            2. Non-grad students in the class of 2011must be referred to the Adult
                                School Program.

                         D. Recommended Student Enrollment Priority
                            1. Students in the class of 2011 must be referred to Adult School.
                            2. Incoming 12th grade students in the class of 2012.
                            3. Continuing 11th grade students
                            4. Incoming 11th grade students in the class of 2013
                            5. Notwithstanding, these are recommended guidelines and schools should
                               make enrollment decisions on a student-by-student basis.

                         E. Enrollment in Secondary SIS
                            1. Run TR31SUM to transfer student records from the other LAUSD
                               school(s) into the summer school database. If TR31SUM is not used,
                               student demographics and classes will need to be entered manually into
                               ID71. Use EXTSUM to move students from the main database (ID01)
                               into the summer school database (ID71).
                            2. Disciplinary records as required by BUL-3927.2 Mandated Reporting of
                               Certain Student Behavior, dated September 13, 2010, are also part of
                               Secondary SIS summer school data base. TR31SUM will include 49079
                               data when files are requested by the summer school site and sent the first
                               week of summer school. Schools must follow the directions in the
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                                  Secondary SIS Summer Newsletter for “Students with EC49079
                                  Offenses” to notify teachers in a timely manner.

                          F. ESY Eligibility and Enrollment Procedures
                             1. Eligibility for ESY and specific ESY services that the student may
                                require to address needs must be documented on the IEP.
                             2. ESY enrollment forms must be distributed to all eligible students prior to
                                the start of ESY.
                             3. ESY eligibility and enrollment procedures and forms are located within
                                the corresponding ESY memoranda.

                    V.    Student Application and Parent Notification

                          A. The Credit Recovery Summer School 2011/Intersession 2011-2012 Student
                             Application serves as the parent notification.
                             1. All high schools will generate the Summer School 2011/Intersession
                                2011-2012 Student Application (Attachment G) using the SIS program
                                Summer Application (SUMAPP).
                             2. The home school principal or designee is responsible for counseling,
                                registering students and publicizing summer school.
                             3. The home school must forward complete applications to the appropriate
                                school site if summer school is on a site other than the home school.

                          B. Counseling Students
                             It is the responsibility of the home and sending school counseling staffs to
                             work collaboratively to:
                             1. Identify 11th and 12th grade students who are at risk of failing a course in
                                  the second semester or who have failed courses.
                             2. Counsel students on the appropriate courses for Summer School
                                  2011/Intersession 2011-2012.
                             3. Identify and prepare 11th and 12th grade students who may qualify for Los
                                  Angeles Virtual Academy online instruction. This includes ensuring that
                                  students have active LAUSD e-mail accounts.
                             4. Construct a master program to meet the indicated needs for Credit
                                  Recovery and ESY students.
                             5. Register eligible students and counsel about the importance of daily
                                  attendance.
                             6. Facilitate non-grad class of 2011 student enrollment in the Adult
                                  Education Program.

                    VI.   Transportation

                          A. Magnet, Capacity Adjustment Program (CAP), Public School Choice (PSC),
                             and Permits with Transportation (PWT) students will not be transported.

                          B. All traveling students attending single track secondary schools may enroll in
                             a summer school program at any single track school offering credit recovery.
                             The school of attendance sends the completed application with the
                             counselor’s signature to the summer school site selected by May 20, 2011.


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                         C. ESY transportation is provided school to school for students who do not
                            attend their school of residence for ESY unless otherwise documented on the
                            student’s IEP. For secondary students the school of residence includes
                            schools in the typical feeder patterns.
                            1. ESY students eligible for transportation per IEP should have field 142
                                marked with a “Y” as classes are entered in ID71, but no later than May
                                20, 2011, in order to receive transportation.
                            2. All completed ESY applications must be submitted to the appropriate
                                Support Unit by April 8, 2011 as per the ESY memoranda. The Support
                                Unit will enter the information from the applications into the Welligent
                                Special Education Transportation System.
                            3. The Transportation Branch will notify sending schools and parents of the
                                transportation pick-up location and time.

                    VII. Organization of Classes

                         A. Schools are to construct a master schedule to meet the indicated student
                            needs for Credit Recovery and ESY (per IEP) based on the approved and
                            needed list of courses (Attachment F).
                            1. Classes must be organized with enrolled students by June 24, 2011 to
                               start instruction on the first day of Summer School 2011/Intersession
                               2011-2012.
                            2. Students should receive their Summer School 2011/Intersession 2011-
                               2012 schedule prior to the end of the school year.

                         B. Class Size
                            1. Schools are to organize classes with an enrollment of 40:1 to allow for
                                attrition.
                            2. Credit recovery class size is 33:1.
                            3. On Norm Day, classes will close if attendance falls below 30 students.
                            4. Physical Education classes may not have more than 45 students.
                            5. Daily attendance must be maintained. The average daily attendance rate
                                for Summer School 2011/Intersession 2011-2012 is expected to be 85%.
                            6. The program norms for ESY are the same as during the regular year as
                                outlined in REF-1252.4 Allocation of Staff to Support Students
                                w/Disabilities-Rev. 4 dated June 1, 2009. Programs must be organized
                                with sufficient numbers of students to offset any drop in enrollment that
                                may occur. Under-enrolled or under-attended classes may be closed at
                                any time during ESY and the students reassigned.

                    VIII. Application and Staffing Procedures

                         A. Application Procedure for Employees
                            1. Summer school 2011 positions must be applied for on-line at:
                               https://summer.lausd.net using a LAUSD E-mail account.
                            2. E-mail accounts are available at https://idmlogin.lausd.net/myprofile on a
                               District connected computer.
                            3. Summer school 2011 application period is March 7, 2011 – April 8, 2011
                               to be listed on the initial Summer School 2011 Roster.
                            4. Only eligible personnel who apply on-line will be selected.
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                             5.   It is imperative that administrators follow selection guidelines and staff
                                  from official electronic rosters only. Once assigned, all summer school
                                  2011 staff are electronically issued a summer Personnel Employment
                                  Record Number (PERN) for payroll purposes.
                                  a. Administrators shall not hire personnel who have not applied on-line.
                                  b. Administrators are to hire teachers based on the classes on the master
                                       program that reflect the appropriate student enrollment and relevant
                                       bargaining unit agreements as reflected below.

                         B. Administrator Selection
                            1. Priority, selection and details for high school summer administrators
                               are referenced in MEM-5405.0, 2011 Summer School Administrative
                               Assignments and Application Process, dated March 1, 2011.
                            2. The summer school administrator assignments are 5-6 hour positions
                               (Attachment I).
                            3. The summer school assistant principal assignments at ESY high school
                               sites and Credit Recovery Sites with ESY programs are 5-hour positions
                               (Attachment I).
                            4. Local District Superintendents have final approval of summer school
                               administrators. Local District Intervention Coordinators will notify
                               selected and non-selected administrators for summer school assignments.
                            5. High school administrators, counselors, and/or registration advisors
                               receive a total of 32 hours per summer school site for pre-registration of
                               students, planning and preparation. The hours must be time reported on
                               or prior to June 30, 2011.
                            6. The Extended Learning Academy Administrator is the school
                               intersession administrator and is neither subject nor eligible to the
                               guidelines above.

                         C. Teacher Selection
                            Priority and selection process for the Summer School 2011/Intersession
                            2011-2012 is referenced in Article XX 2.0, District/UTLA Contract.
                            1. Summer school 2011 principals select all teachers from the on-line
                                Roster and notify selected and non-selected teachers of summer school
                                assignments.
                            2. Teacher hours vary based upon assignment. (Attachment I)
                            3. Teachers must have appropriate teaching credentials to teach subjects
                                listed in course offerings.
                            4. Intersession 2011-2012 Teacher Application (Attachment J) must be
                                completed and submitted to the school site administrator.
                            5. ESY teacher selection will be made by summer school principals.
                                The Support Unit will assist principals with this process by providing a
                                spreadsheet indicating the programs and number of classes authorized for
                                each designated summer school site and the name of the continuity
                                teacher(s), if any, based upon student applications received no later than
                                April 8, 2011.



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                         D. Summer School 2011 Teacher Substitutes
                            1. The procedures for teachers to register to be on-call day-to-day
                               substitutes during summer school are described in a forthcoming
                               memorandum, K-12 Teacher Summer School Substitute Registration.
                            2. Requesting school completes Attachment K and submits it to Certificated
                               Substitute Unit.
                            3. See Attachment L for Summer School 2011 Substitutes Teacher Request
                               Procedures.
                            4. Teachers who apply as substitutes will only receive the substitute rate of
                               payment, regardless of the length of service during the summer.

                         E. Office and Custodial Support Personnel
                            1. Clerical Support
                                a. High School sites with only the Credit Recovery Program are
                                    allocated one 5-hour clerical position (Attachment M-1).
                                b. High School sites with both Credit Recovery and ESY Programs are
                                    allocated one 6-hour clerical position and one 3-hour clerical
                                    position (Attachment M-1).
                                c. Site A-Basis custodial positions are to support the full
                                    implementation of the District Summer School Program as part of
                                    their A-Basis assignment.
                                d. Intersession 2011-2012 schools are provided $772.00 for clerical
                                    relief or overtime (Attachment M-2).
                            2. Other Support
                                a. Positions listed in the Resources At-A-Glance for Summer School
                                    2011/Intersession 2011-2012 (Attachments M-1 & M-2) are the only
                                    authorized positions funded for Summer School 2011/Intersession
                                    2011-2012.
                                b. Deans and other off-norm positions created by adjusting class-size
                                    norms are not allowed. Schools hiring deans and off-norm support
                                    must fund the positions from the local school site budget(s).
                                c. Schools will be held responsible for unauthorized expenditures and
                                    positions.
                                d. Audits will be conducted during and at the conclusion of summer
                                    school.
                            3. Special Education Assistants/Trainees and Health Care Assistants
                                must apply online to only one school site.
                                a. Employees shall be assigned by the Workforce Management,
                                    Classified Employee Services Branch (WMCESB) on the basis of
                                    priority and seniority. Priority of assignments at special schools will
                                    be given to applicants currently assigned to the school. If there are
                                    not enough positions available at the site, District seniority in the job
                                    classification among those at the site and consideration of special
                                    skills shall determine the assignment.
                                b. All assistant/trainees and health care assistants are to work a 4.5-hour
                                    assignment daily. If an assistant is assigned to provide program
                                    support on the bus, time reported may exceed the 4.5-hour
                                    assignment, but should not exceed 6 hours.


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                              4. School Supervision Aide (SSA)
                                 a. Summer school sites with only the credit recovery program are
                                    provided two 80 hour positions per site.
                                 b. Summer school sites with both ESY and credit recovery program are
                                    provided two 100 hour positions per site.
                                 c. Current SSAs, TAs, Educational Aides and Campus Aides are
                                    eligible to apply. Clerical, Special Education Assistants/Trainees,
                                    and Library Aides are not eligible.
                                 d. Summer school principals select SSAs from on-line Summer
                                    School Roster and notify selected and non-selected SSAs of
                                    summer school assignment.
                                 e. Intersession sites are allocated $1680 for School Supervision
                                    Aide(s).
                              5. School Library Closure
                                 a. Due to the current budget deficit, there will be no Teacher Librarian
                                    positions budgeted for high school summer school.
                                 b. Given the value of the resources in the school library, for example,
                                    books, multimedia, computers, and furniture, all school libraries are
                                    to be closed during summer school and the summer vacation period.
                                    There should be no exceptions made for any teacher or organization.
                                    There is no funding to replace any resources that are damaged or
                                    stolen during the summer when the Teacher Librarian will not be
                                    available to help students and colleagues.

                    IX.   Budget and Payroll Procedures

                          The school principal is responsible for the Credit Recovery Summer School
                          2011/Intersession 2011-2012 budget including the preplanning hours prior to the
                          start of the Summer School 2011/Intersession 2011-2012 Program.

                          The summer school 2011 principal is responsible for certifying that the
                          appropriate Payroll program codes are used for payroll time reporting.

                          A. Budget
                             1. The program code for Summer School 2011 is 11246.
                             2. The program code for year-round School Intersession is 12398.
                             3. The program code for Extended School Year is 12159.
                             4. Summer School 2011/Intersession 2011-2012 resources are referenced in
                                Resources At A Glance for Summer School (Attachment M-1) and
                                Resources At A Glance for Intersession (Attachment M-2). Only these
                                designated resources are approved and funded under Program 11246,
                                12398 or 12159. Any unauthorized personnel cost and expenditures
                                incurred will be charged back to the school site.

                          B. Payroll Procedures
                             1. An official time card must be kept for all summer school staff.
                             2. Summer session and multi-track school intersession teachers who are
                                paid on a pay period rate during the regular school year shall be paid
                                at a rate equal to 1.09224 times their scheduled hourly rate.

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                              3. For payroll information refer to Payroll Time Reporting Manual for the
                                 Summer School 2011/Intersession 2011-2012 and Extended School Year
                                 2011-2012.

                    X.    Instructional Program

                          A. The Office of Curriculum, Instruction and School Support provides the
                             instructional guides and assessments for selected courses (Attachment N).

                          B. Credit recovery courses are listed in Attachment F.

                          C. Health Credit Recovery courses may be taken only by students in grade
                             11 and 12 who have documentation of receiving a final grade of F in Health.

                          D. Health class may be taken by students in grades 11 enrolled at magnet
                             schools that do not offer health classes.

                          E. The Los Angeles Virtual Academy will offer APEX or District designed
                             online classes for credit recovery.

                    XI.   Attendance Accounting and Documentation

                          A. It is critical that all intervention program data be entered into the Student
                             Information System (SIS). The District and school sites use the information
                             for decision-making and planning for intervention programs.

                          B. Attendance and enrollment procedures are published in the Secondary SIS
                             Newsletter “Summer School/Intersession Issue,” Summer 2011 that can be
                             found at the LAUSD website Secondary Student Information System.
                             1. It is the responsibility of the summer school principal to maintain
                                 enrollment, attendance records, and enter all data into the SIS.
                             2. Local design and Regional Occupational Center courses are not to be
                                 entered into SSIS. Courses not listed in Attachment F are not to be
                                 entered in SSIS.
                             3. Attendance must be monitored and recorded on a daily basis. Teachers
                                 must record hourly attendance.
                             4. The Secondary Student Information Systems (SSIS) is used for
                                 Summer School 2011 attendance accounting and reporting. Clerical staff
                                 needing SSIS training registers for the Summer School SSIS
                                 Training on-line at http://lz.lausd.net (Attachment O). Training is
                                 scheduled on May 18, 2011 and May 26, 2011.
                             5. Norm Day for credit recovery summer school 2011 is July 8, 2011.
                                 Schools are to fax the following SSIS generated reports to the Local
                                 District Intervention Coordinator:
                                 a. Classification Report (AT74)
                                 b. Class Enrollment Report by department (CL76 R-2)
                             6. On the last day of Summer School 2011/Intersession 2011-2012:
                                 a. Sign and fax the SIS generated Statistical Report (AT75) to the Local
                                     District Intervention Coordinator.


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                                 b. File the following documents at the Summer School
                                     2011/Intersession 2011-2012 site for five years for audit and review
                                     purposes:
                                      i.   Classification Reports
                                     ii.   Class Rosters
                                    iii.   Attendance Registers (signed by respective teachers)
                                    iv.    Statistical Reports (signed by principal)

                         C. Schools must also complete the additional SIS data entry attendance
                            reporting procedures for ESY programs. Please refer to the ESY memoranda
                            for specific instructions.
                                 a. All student special education information is to be entered into SIS.
                                 b. Students identified for ESY should be reflected in the Special
                                    Education section of the Classification Report (AT74)

                    XII. Food Services

                         All Board policies and competitive food policies are in effect for the academic
                         year, including summer school sessions. Please also note that students with
                         special diet needs will be accommodated upon request, but an approved “Medical
                         Statement to Request a Special Diet” form must be on file with the Food Services
                         Division.

                         A. Food Services provide a brunch or lunch at Summer School
                            2011/Intersession 2011-2012 sites. Food Services will contact the summer
                            school principal to determine the meal and schedule for meal service. It is
                            important that the school of attendance update the current meal eligibility
                            code in SIS.

                         B. Designated intersession administrator should coordinate with Food Services
                            site staff.

                         C. For schools implementing any locally designed programs notification to
                            Food Services is needed by April 1, 2011.

RELATED             BUL NO. 40, Student Registration – Adult Schools and Regional Occupational
RESOURCES:          Centers, dated April 26, 1982

                    BUL-307.1, Graduation Requirements Grades 9-12: For Students in the Graduating
                    Classes of 2010 and 2011, dated February 8, 2010

                    BUL-3927.2, Mandated Reporting of Certain Student Behavior, dated September 13,
                    2010

                    MEM-5405.0, Summer School Administrative Assignments and Application Process,
                    dated March 1, 2011

                    MEM-5410.0, 2011 Procedures for Secondary Special Education Extended School
                    Year (ESY) Programs and Services, date February 28, 2011

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                    MEM-5411.0, 2011 Procedures for Preschool/Elementary Special Education Extended
                    School Year (ESY) Programs and Services, dated February 28, 2011

                    MEM-5413.0, 2011 Special Education Summer Session Extended School Year (ESY)
                    Sites, Programs, and Feeders, dated February 28, 2011

                    REF-1252.4, Allocation of School Personnel to Support Students with Disabilities,
                    dated June 1, 2009

                    REF-1359.0, Procedures for Recording Data and Attendance Accounting for
                    Elementary Intervention Programs, dated November 1, 2004

                    REF-5144.0, Attendance Accounting and Documentation for Extended Day Programs
                    in Secondary Schools, dated June 7, 2010

                    2010 Summer School Procedural Guide, Business Tools for Schools (Payroll Manual)

                    FORTHCOMING, K-12 Teacher Summer School Substitute Registration, date TBA

                    Secondary SIS Newsletter – Summer 2011

                    The following attachments will assist school personnel:
                      A – Intervention Staff Directory
                      B – Credit Recovery Summer School 2011/Intersession 2011-2012 Sites
                      C – Intent to Offer Form
                      D – Time Task Calendars
                      E – Comprehensive Summer Enrichment Program Contacts
                      F – Credit Recovery Courses
                      G – Student Application
                      H – Open Enrollment/Participation Procedures
                      I – Hours by Program and Site
                      J – Intersession Teacher Application
                      K – Substitute Teacher Registration
                      L – Summer School Substitute Teacher Request Procedures
                      M – Resources at A Glance
                      N – Instructional Guide
                      O – Secondary SIS Training

ASSISTANCE:         For assistance regarding secondary Summer School 2011/Intersession 2011-2012 call
                    the Local District Intervention Coordinator (Attachment A).

                    For further assistance with payroll questions, contact the Employee Service Center at
                    (213) 241-6670 and a specialist will return your call.

                    For questions on approved courses, contact the Secondary Instruction Office at
                    (213) 241-8466.

                    For assistance with ESY, contact Division of Special Education at (213) 241- 6701;
                    contact your Support Unit; or Diane Kloosterman, Administrative Coordinator,
                    Division of Special Education, at (323) 421-2950.

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