E-School School Site Facilitator
E-School Website: http://eschool.k12.hi.us
E-School is a supplementary program provided by the Hawaii DOE. Courses are offered to students free of charge during the school year. (Note: E-School summer courses are fee-based). A school faculty volunteer School Site Facilitator is responsible for registering students for semester and year-long E-School courses.
Year 2017-18 and Fall 2017
Registration is Closed
2017-2018 Year Classes: August 16, 2017 - May 31, 2018
2017 Fall Semester Classes: August 16, 2017 - December 21, 2017
Registration will open November 20, 2017-January 10, 2018
Spring 2018 Course Offerings
2018 Spring Semester Classes: January 17, 2018 - May 31, 2018
ROOSEVELT HIGH SCHOOL'S E-SCHOOL ENROLLMENT PROCEDURE
Students taking E-School for the first time must complete the mandatory Student Orientation course in Blackboard by the designated deadline.
A score of 52 or higher is needed to pass this requirement. STUDENT WILL BE DROPPED FROM E-SCHOOL if this requirement is not met.
RETURNING E-SCHOOL STUDENTS
If you already passed the Student Orientation, you do not need to complete this requirement again.
Students will have up to 6 weeks after the start of the session to drop a course. For Year courses, this 6-week grace period occurs in the first semester only. After 6 weeks, students may not drop the course. The student must remain in the course until the end of the session and receive the grade earned. Turn in a completed Request to Drop form to Ms. Tottori by the stated drop deadline (form is located to the right). Check the E-School calendar to the right of this page for specific dates.
Registration is not open yet.
E-School’s Summer online program offers a variety of rigorous courses in Language Arts, Math, Social Studies, Health, and Fine Arts. Classes are open to Hawai’i resident high school students (including incoming 9th graders for the upcoming school year). Students not enrolled in a Hawaii DOE public or charter school should verify with your primary school that credits earned through E-School will be accepted.
Parents must register their child online for E-School summer school courses. Due to the accelerated nature of E-School courses, students can only sign up for a maximum of two classes. Student should meet with his/her school counselor for course selection and to complete an E-School Summer Course Approval form, located on this page (right side) or from any counselor. This completed form can be used as a reference when registering for E-School summer courses.
Use a NON-Yahoo email account to register. Mail from the Hawaii DOE gets filtered into Yahoo's Bulk Mail and you may miss part of the registration process.
COST: Summer 2017 prices were $95.00 per .5 credit (1 semester course). Summer 2018 prices to be announced.
ALL DOE AND CHARTER SCHOOL STUDENTS: In order to register, you must have your 10 digit Student ID Number. You can find this number on your report card or ask your school counselor for this information.
FORMER AND CURRENT E-SCHOOL STUDENTS: Please have your Blackboard login username when you register. You will be asked to input this information during the enrollment process. If you do not have your username, please contact our HVLN Support center and submit a ticket: HVLN Tech Support.
Registration requires valid student email addresses. Parent email addresses are optional. Student and parent emails should be different. Recommendation is Gmail as it works well with our system. Please enter this information correctly or you will not receive the email confirmation.
After completing the online registration process:
475 22nd Avenue, Room 202
Honolulu, HI 96816
REFUND POLICY FOR E-SCHOOL SUMMER SCHOOL:
Waiting lists are established for courses that reach maximum enrollment. You will be notified through email if a space becomes available. Do NOT submit payment for waitlisted courses.
MANDATORY STUDENT ORIENTATION
Students NEW to E-School must pass an online mandatory student orientation course with a score of 52 or higher. If this requirement is not completed by the designated date prior to the start of summer school, the student will be dropped.
Students are expected to login every day of the session. One summer school day is equivalent to one week of regular school. Excessive absences will lead to disciplinary action, which may include reduction in course grade, not earning course credit, and/or release from summer program without refund.
All DOE Chapter 19 and E-School rules apply. In addition, regulations from the Department of Education Chapter 19 - subchapter 3, STUDENT MISCONDUCT AND DISCIPLINE IN SUMMER SCHOOL will be strictly enforced.
REGISTRATION QUESTIONS: Contact Kammie Hayashibara at firstname.lastname@example.org