Summer Reminders

Happy last day of school Falcons!

Here are a couple of  things to consider over the summer:

1. Credit Recovery: Don’t wait until the last minute to get signed up for credit recovery. There are two types this summer: traditional classroom summer school (held at Longmont High) and eCredit recovery.

  • Traditional Summer School:

Longmont High School, 1040 Sunset Street, 720-494-3889

Registration Nights = June 6 and 7th from 6:00 – 8:00 at LHS

Semester 1: 7:45 – 12:00,  June 11 – June 28 (Mondays thru Thursdays)

Semester 2: 7:45 – 12:00, July 9 – July 26 (Mondays thru Thursdays)

  • eCredit Summer School:

Registration Night = Wed. May 30 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. at Student Services Building, 830 S. Lincoln Street

Class starts June 4 – July 13

www.ecreditrecovery.com/summer-program.html

2. Volunteering Over the Summer: it looks great on college applications and job applications and the general happiness it brings you and your fellow man is wonderful

3. READ: pick up a book and improve not only your vocabulary but your view of the world. Reading will help you in EVERY class. If you can prove you read at least 10 books this summer I’ll bring you a prize (yet to be determined) in the fall. Throw in a classic like the Great Gatsby or Pride and Predjudice and I’ll be doubly impressed!

4. Take care of yourself! If you need help with mental or physical health don’t wait!

  • OASOS (for GLBTQ youth): 303-678-6259
  • Suicide Hotline:  1-800-273-TALK (8255)
  • Salud Clinic Longmont: 303-776-3250


Looking for a Summer Job?

Falcons, I know some of you are looking for a little money and something to do over the summer instead of watching E! News and Sports Center. If you’re interested in getting a job and getting a great experience, check out Workforce Boulder County’s Youth program.

Students aged 14 – 21 are eligible and you will get connected through the Governor’s Summer Job Hunt.

Check out the web site under the Youth 14 – 21 tab: http://www.wfbc.org/

Interested in an AP course Skyline doesn’t offer?

If you are interested in taking an Advanced Placement class, and Skyline doesn’t offer it, you may be eligible to take the class online, at St. Vrain Online Global Academy. Remember you can only take these courses at SVOGA if there is a conflict in your SHS schedule or we won’t be offering it.

The information meeting is Tuesday, May 15 @ 6:30 p.m.

AP Online Class Information Session