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All Items for: Online Summer School 2019

Welcome Parents and Students

We look forward to supporting our online learners this summer and applaud the initiative to extend their knowledge during the warm June and July months. If at any time you need assistance during the registration process, please email Lesley_Malone@ipsd.org. 

Before you begin, please read the following IMPORTANT TIPS:

  1. Please have ready your student's school-issued ID # and email along with the name of his/her counselor.
  2. Please remember we can not grant course extensions over the summer. We also cannot open the course content prior to June 11 (Session 1) and July 8 (Session 2).  Late work policies will be determined by your teacher. Please refer to the syllabus. 
  3. Students may work ahead and complete the course early to accommodate their summer schedule. If a student knows they will be traveling or away from a computer when assignments are due, he/she should plan ahead and submit the work early. All of our courses contain due dates including late work policies. Students should communicate their needs or questions directly to the instructor.
  4. After you submit payment, the final screen will contain additional information about summer school. Please print the page for your records. You will also receive an email notification.
  5. Please remember: If you have multiple students to register, please complete a separate transaction for each student.  Register student one, checkout and pay, and then come back to Schoolpay and register student two.
  6. U.S. History and American Government students,  please be careful to choose the correct course.  U.S. History is a two semester (two summer session) course.  American Government is a one semester (one summer session) course.
  7. Please make sure you have reviewed the registration policies and are aware of  convenience fees and possible fees for switching sessions or canceling sessions. 

SUMMER SCHOOL REGISTRATION POLICIES 

Important information: Please read thoroughly.

  • ​                If you cancel  your session on or before May 28, 2019, you                  will be refunded the cost of the class (not including any                     online convenience fees) minus a $25 non-refundable                     processing fee.  
  • If you switch sessions on or after April 1st, 2019, you will be refunded for the cost of the class (not including any online convenience fees) minus a $25 non-refundable processing fee and you may then register for the new session.   
  • For session one courses, if you cancel your session on or between May 29-June 11, 2019, you will receive a partial refund of $105.
  • For session two courses, if you cancel your session on or between May 29-July 8, 2019, you will receive a partial refund of $105.
  • After the first day of each summer school session, no refunds will be issued.
  • You may withdraw from a course with no refund and no academic penalty between June 12, 2019 and June 15, 2019 for first session and July 9-July 12, 2019 for second session. Withdrawing after those dates will result in a withdrawal failure reported to your school.
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Mandatory

Geometry Session 1 & 2 Summer 2019

Please note: Geometry is a two semester (two summer session) course.   COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course provides students with the fundamental vocabulary, properties, language, content and procedures of geometry. Topics include triangles, circles, polygons, parallel lines, and inequalities, with an introduction to coordinate and solid geometry. Emphasis is placed on construction of formal proof, the analysis of the nature and structure of a logical system and on problem-solving skills. This course includes applications of the students’ algebraic skills.  
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Free
Recurring
Payment to: eLo Consortium - IPSD

$370.00

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Mandatory

U.S. History Session 1 & 2 Summer 2019

U.S. History is a two semester (two summer session) course.   COURSE DESCRIPTION: In this course you will learn about the main events in United States History from Colonization through the 1990’s. You will be challenged to think critically about the United States and the decisions it has made from its creation to its policies towards the rest of the world.You will cover topics such as colonization, the Creation of the Constitution, American Imperialism, War, The Great Depression, Civil Rights and many other economic, social, and political events in United States History.  
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Free
Recurring
Payment to: eLo Consortium - IPSD

$370.00

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Mandatory

Health Session 1 Summer 2019

This a one semester (one summer session course). HEALTH STUDENTS PLEASE NOTE: Students who complete health during the summer must participate in two consecutive semesters of physical education during the academic school year. Students may not substitute an elective or another course in place of health during the year. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course will provide students the opportunity to develop an understanding of health issues and wellness concepts while enhancing communication skills via online technology. Students receive knowledge and skills that empower ownership of learning and health. Topics covered include but are not limited to stress management, body systems, nutrition, prevention of risk behaviors, wellness and mental health. Learning opportunities, experiences, and the environment promote positive attitudes, favorable health behaviors and a personal responsibility for life-long wellness.  
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Free
Recurring
Payment to: eLo Consortium - IPSD

$185.00

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Mandatory

American Government Session 1 Summer 2019

Please note American Government is a one semester (one summer session) course.   COURSE DESCRIPTION: How is democracy reflected in the three branches of the American system of government? In this course, students will study the primary concepts of the American political system, including its foundations, structures, and political behavior. This course does not simply look at the institutions of the federal government but also examines the parties’ issues, candidates, and power pressure groups and their roles in American politics at the national level. Emphasis is also placed on the role of the citizen in a democratic society. Successful completion of this course satisfies the American Government graduation requirement.  
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Free
Recurring
Payment to: eLo Consortium - IPSD

$185.00

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Mandatory

American Government Session 2 Summer 2019

Please note American Government is a one semester (one summer session) course.   COURSE DESCRIPTION: How is democracy reflected in the three branches of the American system of government? In this course, students will study the primary concepts of the American political system, including its foundations, structures, and political behavior. This course does not simply look at the institutions of the federal government but also examines the parties’ issues, candidates, and power pressure groups and their roles in American politics at the national level. Emphasis is also placed on the role of the citizen in a democratic society. Successful completion of this course satisfies the American Government graduation requirement.  
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Free
Recurring
Payment to: eLo Consortium - IPSD

$185.00

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Mandatory

Music Theory Session 1 Summer 2019

  This a one semester (one summer session) course. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This music class is an introductory course to the basic building blocks of music. The content includes the following areas of concentration: scales, intervals, chord structure, and progressions, beginning harmony, and elementary ear training. This course is especially useful for all serious music students who plan to continue music beyond high school.  
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Free
Recurring
Payment to: eLo Consortium - IPSD

$185.00

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Mandatory

Psychology Session 1 Summer 2019

This a one semester (one summer session course).   COURSE DESCRIPTION: What determines behavior? This one-semester course is designed to expose students to the world of normal psychology. This course will provide students with an understanding of their own behavior as well as the behavior of other individuals. Attention is paid to the biology and chemistry of the human brain. Emphasis is placed on the psychological research regarding sleep, dreams, emotions, mental health, and motivation. This course requires reading, oral and written communication, and research skills.
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Free
Recurring
Payment to: eLo Consortium - IPSD

$185.00

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Mandatory

Psychology Session 2 Summer 2019

This a one semester (one summer session course). COURSE DESCRIPTION: What determines behavior? This one-semester course is designed to expose students to the world of normal psychology. This course will provide students with an understanding of their own behavior as well as the behavior of other individuals. Attention is paid to the biology and chemistry of the human brain. Emphasis is placed on the psychological research regarding sleep, dreams, emotions, mental health, and motivation. This course requires reading, oral and written communication, and research skills.
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Free
Recurring
Payment to: eLo Consortium - IPSD

$185.00

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Mandatory

Consumer Economics Session 1 Summer 2019

This a one semester (one summer session) course. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course offers students an alternative to a traditional classroom setting while meeting the State of Illinois graduation requirement. The course will integrate economic concepts in combination with the development of financial literacy and consumer responsibility. Instruction centers on the role of individuals in the economy – as citizens, workers, and consumers. Students develop skills related to money management; decision-making, use of credit, insurance, savings, investing, taxation, and consumer protection. A deeper understanding of the free enterprise system and laws of supply and demand are developed through real-life consumer simulations.  
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Free
Recurring
Payment to: eLo Consortium - IPSD

$185.00

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Mandatory

Consumer Economics Session 2 Summer 2019

This a one semester (one summer session) course. COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course offers students an alternative to a traditional classroom setting while meeting the State of Illinois graduation requirement. The course will integrate economic concepts in combination with the development of financial literacy and consumer responsibility. Instruction centers on the role of individuals in the economy – as citizens, workers, and consumers. Students develop skills related to money management; decision-making, use of credit, insurance, savings, investing, taxation, and consumer protection. A deeper understanding of the free enterprise system and laws of supply and demand are developed through real-life consumer simulations.  
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Multi-Item
Free
Recurring
Payment to: eLo Consortium - IPSD

$185.00

Open Amount