Incoming 9th Grade Course Selection Form
Alert: Please submit all schedule change requests on-line.
GLC's. Grizzly Learning Centers are required for all students during brown Period 7. Gold Day GLC's are also required of sophomores and freshmen. For all other grade levels, Gold day GLC's are optional. As part of our PRIDE campaign, we are piloting GLC Options. Students will have the option to choose the GLC class that best supports their needs. As with any course request, placement is subject to staffing, budgeting and seat availability. See the Course Selection Form for more details.
Submit all of the below forms to your Academic Counselor.
Less than 8 Option. To be scheduled for less than 8 courses, Juniors and Seniors must submit a "Less than 6" permission form, signed by their guardian by March 10, 2020. If this form is not submitted, a full schedule of 8 periods will be scheduled for '20-'21. (Freshmen and sophomores cannot be scheduled for less than 8 classes.)
TA. Only Juniors and Seniors can TA for a teacher, counselor or administrator. A TA permission form must be signed by the student, the parent, and the credentialed staff member and submitted to their Academic Counselor. A student cannot have more than one TA position.
SAT Prep Learning Center for 2019-2020! Future Juniors of 2020-2021, would you like help preparing for the SAT? Sign up for the SAT Prep Learning Center! Gunderson High School is committed to preparing you for college. Take advantage. A high SAT score can help you get into the college of your choice. If you'd like to be enrolled in an SAT Prep Learning Center, please click here.
Due to constraints such as staffing, number of sections, or limited seats available, not all course selections can be accommodated, but we will do our best to give students their first or second choices. Requests for particular periods or teachers, however, cannot be filled. The deadline to submit a schedule change request is June 12th.
Summer School 2020
Summer School Registration
Dates: Session 1: June 8th - June 26th
Session 2: July 6th - July 31st
Days: Monday through Friday
CYBER HIGH COURSE SELECTIONS
Summer School Enrollment:
This year summer school is for CREDIT RECOVERY ONLY. If your student failed a MATH, ENGLISH OR HISTORY class, we want to support you to earn credits this summer by participating in an on-line Cyber High course.
Each Cyber High course takes approximately 60 hours. The first session is June 8-June 26th and the second session is July 6-July 31st. Students who complete one course can elect to add a second course this summer, but we will not allow students to take two classes at the same time because we want you to be successful.
Each student will have a staff member assigned to serve as their support person. Students should expect to receive communication each week letting you know that you are on track for completion or checking to see if you need support.
This summer only, students taking courses on Cyber High can earn credit without taking the unit assessments in the program. This is an excellent opportunity for you to take the course and learn the content without the anxiety of testing.
You will need a computer and internet connectivity to participate in credit recovery this summer. When you complete your interest form to request your Cyber High course, please indicate if you need technology or a hot spot to participate in a credit recovery course this summer.
We want you to graduate – please reach out so that we can support you!
Academic Counselors/ SPED Case Managers
(Assignments by student last name.)
A-Ga - Pataky-Hannon
Ge-Rod - Lopez
Roj-Z - Winn
English Language Learners
Levels 1-6 - Vuong
All other levels - See "Gen Ed" above
Severely Handicapped -
Special Day Class -
RSP Pilot Program
Sal Munoz-RSP IEP Department Lead
RSP 10th Gr - Lorena Beattie
RSP 11th Gr - Helen Freitas
RSP 12th Gr - Robert Toche
Self Serve Scheduler
SAT Prep Learning Center Enrollment