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HS Summer School Information, Schedule, Attendance Policy and Email Contact
Posted 6/14/22

UPDATE 6/14/22

Summer School schedules will be sent to parent/guardian email addresses on June 14, 2022. Student schedules are also available to view in Infinite Campus. Please contact Summer School staff at if you have other questions.

Summer School Overview Sheet (pdf)

Summer School Information:

  • Students will access their schedules and grades in their Infinite Campus account.

  • Summer School will be in person at Irvington HS every day.

  • Summer School is a five-week session (not six like in previous years).

  • While all classes are in session, many students will be taking their courses via Apex, a computer course program, under the supervision of a FUSD teacher. Students cannot opt in or opt out of Apex courses. Apex courses are being utilized in order to accommodate the most number of FUSD students in this session.

  • Students who submitted their course request after the deadline of May 6 may not find a seat for Summer School due to higher than expected enrollment this year. Students who submitted forms after the deadline are on a waiting list and will be added to open classes by the date of their submission. 

  • Schedule changes and other requests will be managed virtually. Complete this form if a schedule change request is needed: Summer School will contact you about your request.

  • Contact Summer School at if you have other questions.

Dates of Summer Session:

  • June 21 to July 21, 2022 (school is in session four dates a week)

  • No School: July 1, 4, 15

Bell Schedule:

  • Period 1: 8:30 AM - 11:15 AM

  • Nutrition Break: 11:15 AM - 11:45 AM

  • Period 2: 11:50 AM - 2:35 PM

Attendance Policy:


  • Students must be in their enrolled classes each period, of every school day,  in order to be eligible to receive credit. This includes students assigned to Apex courses.

  • Students will be allowed to miss two days, which has been the established practice for summer courses in past years. This year, however, summer session is a week shorter, and students who miss a class must make up that time by staying after school. Each missed class requires two after school make up days.

    • Each period is 2 hours and 30 minutes long. Students must make up their missed class time after school for 1 hour and 15 minutes.

    • Students must complete their makeups within 4 school days of their absence

  • Students cannot miss any days in the last week of school as completing the required make ups will not be possible that week

  • Three tardies equals one absence. This includes tardies to period 1 and period 2.