Registration

Option 1

Register online.

Personal Finance and Economics: Go to bit.ly/lcspersonalfinance18 to register for the course. Complete the online Google Form, download the course manual and LCS Online Honor Code Agreement, and select payment option.

Foundations of Personal Fitness & Wellness: Go to bit.ly/lcshealth18 to register for the course. Complete the online Google Form, download the course FAQ and LCS Online Honor Code Agreement, and select payment option.

Option 2

Come to E. C. Glass High School Cafeteria on Monday, May 7, 2018, 5:00-7:00 p.m. to learn more information about the courses, complete the online register form, and pay for the course. Information sessions will occur every half-hour (5:00, 5:30, 6:00, 6:30). Students are encouraged to bring Chromebook to complete registration process.

Please contact Sarah Campbell, Coordinator for Extended Learning Time, campbellsg@lcsedu.net or (434) 515-5037 for further information and/or assistance with course registration.

2018 Courses

Personal Finance and Economics (E6151YS)

Rising Grades 10-12, Full Credit is offered as a summer online course. Prerequisite: None.

Students explore many facets of financial decision-making involved in daily life. Skills in money management, record keeping, and banking are enhanced through the study of related topics. Students are required to take the W!SE Financial Literacy Exam on site to meet requirements for this course.

Cost: $150.00

Must be paid in full on or before June 4, 2018. Refunds will not be issued after the start of the course (June 4, 2018). Payment can be made through www.myschoolbucks.com. While the preferred method of payment is to use My School Bucks, parents may by pay by cash or check (made out to E. C. Glass High School). Those electing to pay by cash or check must bring payment to the School Administration Building, 915 Court Street. Limited financial assistance available.

Course Start Date: June 4, 2018
Course End Date: July 20, 2018

Students are expected to work at his/her own pace to ensure completion of all course requirements.

During the registration process, students will select a testing site and session time to take the W!SE Financial Literacy Exam as required by the course.

The W!SE Financial Literacy Exam will be offered on the following dates:

Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Session I: 9:30-11:00
Location: ECG or HHS

Session II: 12:30-2:00
Location: ECG or HHS

Thursday, July 26, 2018

Session I: 9:30-11:00
Location: ECG or HHS

Session II: 12:30-2:00
Location: ECG or HHS

Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Session I: 9:30-11:00
Location: ECG or HHS

Session II: 12:30-2:00
Location: ECG or HHS

Thursday, August 2, 2018

Session I: 9:30-11:00
Location: ECG or HHS

Session II: 12:30-2:00
Location: ECG or HHS

Foundations of Personal Fitness & Wellness (5931YS)

Grades 9-12, Summer Only, One Credit. Prerequisite: None.

This course fulfills one of the standard units of credit in Health and Physical Education required to graduate. Using an online approach, the course covers both health and physical education standards. The course is broken into modules that contain the learning content and activities to be completed. Students will be assigned to a licensed Lynchburg City Schools’ Health/Physical Education teacher who will monitor, assist, and evaluate. For the Physical Education component, students will study and engage in applications of movement by (1) developing a personal fitness plan aimed at improving motor skills, movement patterns, strength, flexibility, and endurance and (2) completing online units of study focusing on overall wellness – their physical, mental, and emotional health and development. Units include nutrition and diet, and the functions and structures of various systems of the body, including the digestive, urinary, endocrine, and reproductive systems. Units covering the state’s 9th grade Family Life Education SOLs are included. Topics include family living and community relationships; the benefits, challenges, responsibilities, and value of positive relationships for men, women, and children, and communities; abstinence education; the value of postponing sexual activity; human sexuality; human reproduction; dating violence; the characteristics of abusive relationships; steps to take to avoid sexual assault; and the availability of counseling and legal resources. Students will also study the consequences of risky behaviors and disease prevention.

Cost: $150.00

Must be paid in full on or before June 4, 2018. Refunds will not be issued after the start of the course (June 4, 2018). Payment can be made through www.myschoolbucks.com. While the preferred method of payment is to use My School Bucks, parents may by pay by cash or check (made out to E. C. Glass High School). Those electing to pay by cash or check must bring payment to the School Administration Building 915 Court Street. Limited Financial Assistance Available.

Course Start Date: June 4, 2018
Course End Date: July 20, 2018

Students are expected to work at his/her own pace to ensure completion of all course requirements.

Please Note: All students participating in this summer online course are required to develop and complete a personal fitness plan aimed at improving motor skills, movement patterns, strength, flexibility, and endurance.  Students will complete at least 60 hours of physical activity as described in their fitness plans. As a part of the personal fitness plan, you will complete both a pre-test and post-test using the same Fitness-gram tests administered to students during the school year. Students will also will complete the CPR training required by the state in order to graduate. For the Health component, students will enroll in an online health curriculum aligned with the 9th grade health SOLs. Students will be assigned to a licensed Lynchburg City Schools’ Health/Physical Education teacher who will approve the personal fitness plan, monitor student progress, assist as needed, and evaluate the student.