• 2017 Summer School and Summer Program Information
     
    Transportation for Summer School 2017:
    In an effort to ensure greater consistency, reliability, and communication regarding summer school transportation, PfISD will utilize campus and neighborhood hub locations for student pick-up and drop-off. The hub location method allows PfISD to communicate all summer transportation information early, providing students, parents, and summer program administrators with the time they need to prepare for summer program participation.
     
     
    Thank you for your patience and understanding as we continue to improve services offered to our students in PfISD! 
     
     
    ELEMENTARY PROGRAMS
     
    Pre-K and Kindergarten Bilingual and ESL Program
    June 6 – June 29, 2017 (18 days)
    Monday – Friday, 7:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

    Principal: Lizbeth Ruiz
    Assistant Principal: Erin O'Rourke
    Location:     Delco Primary School
                         12900-A Dessau Road, Austin, TX 78754


    For identified Bilingual and ESL Pre-K and Kindergarten students
    Registration forms will be sent home with students in late April. Completed forms should be returned to the campus LPAC contact.

    Tuition: No cost to students
    • Breakfast and Lunch are provided.
    • Transportation will be provided at Campus/Neighborhood Hub locations
     
     
    5th Grade Student Success Initiative Academy
    June 6 – June 19, 2017 (10 days)
    Monday – Friday 7:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. or 7:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. depending on STAAR results

    June 20, 2017 – STAAR Exam – Math
    June 21, 2017 – STAAR Exam – Reading
    June 22, 2017 – STAAR Exam – Make up

    Principal:  Helen Garcia
    Assistant Principal:  Adrian Tristan
    Location:  Dessau Elementary School
                      1501 Dessau Ridge Lane, Austin, TX 78754


    This academy is for identified 5th grade students, to prepare them for the third administration of the STAAR Reading and/or Math test.
    Parents will be contacted by the school counselor if their student needs to attend summer school.

    • Tuition: No cost to students
    • Breakfast and Lunch are provided.
    • Transportation will be provided at Campus/Neighborhood Hub locations
     
     Printable versions of Elementary summer school information 
     
     
    MIDDLE SCHOOL PROGRAMS
    Location:    Pflugerville Middle School
                        1600 W. Settlers Valley Drive, Pflugerville, TX  78660 

    Middle School Course Recovery

    June 7 - June 27, 2017 (15 days)
    Monday Friday, 8:30 a.m. 12:30 p.m.

     Principal:  Melissa Brydson

     
    Students may only register for one course. Students may regain a maximum of one (1) course during summer school, if they attend at least 90%   
    of the days assigned, and pass the course.

     

    Recovery courses are for students who have previously taken a course on campus, but failed it. Students may enroll in these courses ONLY with counselor approval. Please direct all questions to the student’s school counselor.

     

    Sixth Grade

    Seventh Grade

    Eighth Grade

    English/Language Arts 6

    English/Language Arts 7

    English/Language Arts 8

    World Cultures

    Texas History

    US History

    Math 6

    Math 7

    Math 8

    Science 6

    Science 7

    Science 8

     

     

    REGISTRATION

    May 1 May 31, 2017

    Students will submit completed registration forms, with counselor approval, and payment to their campus bookkeeper

    LATE REGISTRATION

    June 5, 2017     4:00 7:00 p.m.              Pflugerville High School

    June 6, 2017     9:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m.     Pflugerville High School

    Bring completed registration form (with counselor approval) and payment.

     

    COST

    $100: PfISD Students

    $50:    PfISD Student receiving free or reduced lunch

    $200: Out of district students

    Payment may be made by check, cash, money order or debit/credit card.

      REFUNDS

    Deadline for tuition refund must be requested no later than first day of summer classes.

    REGULATIONS

    All regulations in effect during the regular school year are also in effect during summer school, including dress code and the student code of conduct.

     

     

    ATTENDANCE

       ·     Because of strict state guidelines, students must be in attendance for 90% of the possible days for each session.

    ·     Attendance that is less than 13.5 of the 15 day session will result in a student not earning credit. Students will not recover the course if they are absent more than 6 hours per summer school session, which is equal to 1.5 days of attendance.

    ·     Any time spent outside of class due to tardies is accumulated and counts as an absence.

      MEALS and

      TRANSPORTATION

    ·     Breakfast and Lunch are provided.

    ·     Transportation will be provided at Campus/Neighborhood Hub locations

     

     

     


    8th Grade Student Success Initiative Academy

    June 6 - June 19, 2017 (10 days)

    Monday Friday 8:30 a.m. 12:30 p.m. or 8:30 a.m. 4:00 p.m. depending on STAAR results 
     
    June 20, 2017 - STAAR Exam - Math
    June 21, 2017 - STAAR Exam - Reading
    June 22, 2017 - STAAR Exam - Make up
    Principal:   Angela Matysek 
    This academy is for identified 8th grade students, to prepare them for the third administration of the STAAR Reading and/or Math test.
    Parents will be contacted by the school counselor if their student needs to attend summer school.
    • Tuition: No cost to students.

    • Breakfast and Lunch are provided.

    • Transportation will be provided at Campus/Neighborhood Hub locations

     

    AVID Bridge and Pre-AP Academy

    June 7 – June 27, 2017 (15 days)

    Monday Friday 8:30 a.m. 12:30 p.m.

     
    Program Coordinator:  Koby Todd
     Location:   Pflugerville High School
                        1301 West Pecan Street, Pflugerville, TX  78660

     

    This program is for Identified AVID students.

    • Breakfast and Lunch are provided.

    • Transportation will be provided at Campus/Neighborhood Hub locations 

     Printable versions of Middle School summer school information
     


     HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMS
     Location:   Pflugerville High School
                        1301 West Pecan Street, Pflugerville, TX  78660
     
     Credit Recovery and First Time Credit Summer School
                 Session 1:  June 7 – June 27, 2017 (15 days)                                                        Session 2:  July 10 – July 28, 2017 (15 days)
                    Monday – Friday, 9:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.                                                                  Monday – Friday, 9:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
     
     Principal:  Jeff Black
    Assistant Principal:  Laura Brown 
     
    Please contact your student's High School Counselor's office to address questions specific to your student's summer school needs.   
     

    REGISTRATION

    May 1 – May 31, 2017

    Students will submit completed registration form, with counselor approval, and payment to their home high school or middle school bookkeeper.

    LATE REGISTRATION

    Session I:  June 5, 2017          4:00 – 7:00 p.m.             Pflugerville High School

    Session I:  June 6, 2017           9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.  Pflugerville High School

    Session II:  June 21, 2017        4:00 – 7:00 p.m.            Pflugerville High School

    Bring completed registration form (with counselor approval) and payment. 

    TUITION

    $100 per session:  PfISD Students

    $50 per session:    PfISD Students receiving free or reduced lunch

    $200 per session:  Out of district students

    Payment may be made by check, cash, money order, or debit/credit card.

    REFUND POLICY

    ·       Deadline to request a refund is no later than the first day of class of session enrolled.

    REGULATIONS

    ·       All regulations in effect during the regular school year are also in effect during summer school, including dress code and the student code of conduct.

    ·       Credits earned during summer school do apply toward GPA calculations.

    ATTENDANCE

    ·       Because of strict state guidelines, students must be in attendance for 90% of the possible days for each session. 

    ·       Attendance that is less than 13.5 of the 15 day session will result in a student not earning credit.  Students will not receive credit if they are absent more than 6 hours per summer school session, which is equal to 1.5 days of attendance. 

    ·       Any time spent outside of class due to tardies is accumulated and counts as an absence.

    MEALS AND TRANSPORATION

    ·      Breakfast and Lunch are provided.

    ·      Transportation will be provided at Campus/Neighborhood Hub locations

     
     
    Credit Recovery Course Offerings
    (Online Courses for RECOVERY credit)
     
    Students may only register for two courses (1/2 credit) per summer school session.  Students may earn a maximum of one (1) credit during each summer school session, if they attend at least 90% of the days assigned, and pass the course.  Students who attend both summer school sessions and are successful can earn a maximum of two (2) credits.
     
    Credit Recovery course are for students who have previously taken a course on campus, but failed it.  Students may enroll in these courses ONLY with counselor approval.  These courses use an online self-paced curriculum that does not allow for modification of content or instructional delivery. These factors should be carefully considered before enrollment if a student requires content modifications and/or instructional accommodations.  Students may take up to one full credit per session.  Each ½ credit course will be offered both sessions, contingent upon enrollment requests.

    English I

    Semester A or B

    World Geography

    Semester A or B

    Pre-Calculus

    Semester A or B

    English II

    Semester A or B

    World History

    Semester A or B

    Math Models

    Semester A or B

    English III

    Semester A or B

    US History

    Semester A or B

    IPC

    Semester A or B

    English IV

    Semester A or B

    Government

    Semester A

    Biology

    Semester A or B

    Spanish I

    Semester A or B

    Economics

    Semester A

    Chemistry

    Semester A or B

    Spanish II

    Semester A or B

    Algebra I

    Semester A or B

    Physics

    Semester A or B

    BIM

    Semester A or B

    Geometry

    Semester A or B

    Foundation of Fitness

    Semester A

    Prof. Communication

    Semester A

    Algebra II

    Semester A or B

    Health

    Semester A

     
     
    First Time Credit Course Offering
    (Accelerated Instruction) 

    First time credit is for students who have never taken the course.  Students may enroll in these courses ONLY with counselor approval.  These courses are an accelerated, teacher-directed curriculum.  Students may earn a maximum of one (1) first time credit if they attend both summer school sessions, have a 90% minimum attendance rate, and pass the course.  Students must register for BOTH sessions of each one-credit course.

    Session I:  June 7 – June 27, 2017

    Session II: July 10 – July 28, 2017

    English III

    Semester A

    English III

    Semester B

    World Geography

    Semester A

    World Geography

    Semester B

    Government

    Semester A





    Economics

    Semester A

    Pre-Cal**

    Semester A

    Pre-Cal**

    Semester B

    Math Models

    Semester A

    Math Models

    Semester B

    Art 1

    Semester A

    Art 1

    Semester B

    Prof. Communication

    Semester A


    Health

    Semester A

    Health

    Semester A

     **Only rising 12th grade students who have successfully completed Algebra II and who are registered for Calculus AB or Calculus BC for the 2017-2018 school year may register for this class.

     
    High School EOC/TAKS Preparation Academy 
    June 6 – June 16, 2017 (9 days)
    Monday – Friday, 9:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
     
    Principals:     CHS:   Rachel Roepke  512-594-0800
                            HHS:  Scott Ford          512-594-1100
                            PHS:  Sara Butler         512-594-0500 

    This Preparation Academy is for identified students needing to pass End of Course or TAKS tests. 

    • Tuition: No cost to students
    • Breakfast and Lunch are provided.
    • Transportation will be provided at Campus/Neighborhood Hub locations 

    EOC and TAKS Testing Dates – Summer 2017

                                                                    STAAR EOC Dates:                 June 19             English I, US History
                                                                                                                      June 20             Algebra I, Biology
                                                                                                                      June 21             English II
                                                                                                                      June 22             Make up Exam
                                                                                                                      June 23             Make up Exam
     
                                                                      TAKS Exam Dates:                June 19             ELA
                                                                      (Online test only)                     June 20             Math
                                                                                                                      June 21             Science
                                                                                                                      June 22             Social Studies
     
    Printable versions of High School summer school information
     
      
    Transportation for 2017 Summer School:  Campus and Neighborhood Hub Locations

    In an effort to ensure greater consistency, reliability, and communication regarding summer school transportation, PfISD will be utilizing campus and neighborhood hub locations for student pick-up and drop-off. The hub location method allows PfISD to communicate all summer transportation information early, providing students, parents, and summer program administrators with the time they need to prepare for summer program participation. 

     
    The link for summer school routes and corresponding maps will be posted later in Spring 2017.
     
    Thank you for your patience and understanding as we continue to improve services offered to our students in PfISD!