Summer School Information

Summer School Information

If you have any questions regarding WHS Summer School:
Please call or email Gayla at 701-572-0967 or gayla.houston@willistonschools.org

There will be a mandatory meeting in the Theater the first day of each semester  at 7:30am.

Semester 1 starts May 28, 2019, and meets every weekday until June 12, 2019.

Semester 2 starts June 13, 2019, and meets every weekday until June 28, 2019.

You may only select 1 class from each session. ( .5 Credit classes)

If you are planning to take Driver's Education - 
  1. Go to PowerSchool Parent Portal
  2.   Student Fees
  3.  Select the student at the top that will be taking Driver's Education
  4.  Complete  form and add $150 fee to shopping cart 
  5.  Submit payment
*Students must be 14 years old by May 28, 2019. 

Driver’s Education Class is now full and are no longer taking any more registrations.

The form will be open for current WHS students starting March 8th followed by current eligible WMS students starting April 1st.
Payment is due at time of registration. Registration is not complete without payment as space is limited and on a first come basis.
  Must be logged in as a parent, cannot pay student fees if logged in as student. If you do not know your parent login or need assistance please contact the WHS front office 701-572-0967.

Click Here to sign up for summer school classes.
2019 Summer School

All classes meet daily from 7:30am - 12:30pm.
Except the following classes meet daily from 7:30am - 1:45pm:

  • Biology
  • Driver's Ed.
  • Ecology
  • Living on Your Own ($15)
  • Physical Science

Ecology students will get their own rules and their own schedule the first day of the second semester.

 Session 1 Classes Offered:

  • Ancient World History (Available for all grade levels)
  • Biology (Available for grades 10-12)
  • Drivers Education (Sign up and Pay-  PowerSchool Parent Portal form)
  • English 9 (Only select if failed English 9 previously)
  • English 10 (Only select if failed English 10 previously)
  • English 11 (Only select if failed English 11 previously)
  • English 12 (Only select if failed English 12 previously)
  • ESL (English as Second Language)
  • Health (Available for all grade levels)
  • Living on Your Own (Available for grades 10-12) $15 Fee to HS office by May 1st
  • Math Foundations (Available for grades 10-12)
  • Modern World History (Available for all grade levels)
  • Phy Ed. (Available for all grade levels) Bicycle Required
  • Physical Science (Available for grades 10-12)
  • US History I (Available for grades 10-12)

Session 2 Classes Offered:

  • Ancient World History (Available for all grade levels)
  • Biology (Available for grades 10-12)
  • Ecology (Available for grades 10-12)
  • English 9 (Only select if failed English 9 previously)
  • English 10 (Only select if failed English 10 previously)
  • English 11 (Only select if failed English 11 previously)
  • English 12 (Only select if failed English 12 previously)
  • ESL (English as a Second Language)
  • Guitar - Learn to Play (Available for all grade levels)
  • Modern World History (Available for all grade levels) {Unlimited}
  • Music History and Appreciation (Available for all grade levels)
  • Nutrition and Fitness (Available for all grade levels) {25}
  • Phy Ed. (Available for all grade levels) Bicycle Required
  • Physical Science (Available for grades 10-12)
  • US History II (Available for grades 10-12)

Attendance and Tardy Policy PDF

Physical Education - Summer School PDF

Summer School Waiver for Physical Education PDF
The summer school physical education class is a rigorous program that runs five (5) hours per day, Monday through Friday 7:30am - 12:30pm. We will have three days that the class will run from 7:30 AM to 5:30 PM. The class participates in numerous activities that require students to travel throughout the community on bicycle. Equipment that the student will need is a bicycle (in working condition) swim suit, towel, tennis shoes, gym clothes (NO JEANS ALLOWED) softball glove and daily snacks or money for snacks. The students will also need to bring $10 (cash) to pay for bowling. Students must provide their own bicycle and we will issue them a helmet AND a reflective vest that will be REQUIRED to be worn every day. The helmet and the vest will be returned at the conclusion of the course in the same condition as it was issued or the student must pay $25 for a replacement before they will receive their grade.

Course Credit/Report Cards
Grades of A, B, C, D will be considered passing. Grades will be issued at the end of each session.

Conduct
Students are expected to follow the same Code of Conduct as they do during the regular school year.