Administration

 

Dr. Amy Welch
Summer School Principal
402.557.3337
Amy.Welch@ops.org

 
     
 
 Attendance Office
(402) 557-3330
(402) 557-3301
Counselors

During the school year, direct any CHS Summer School questions or registration requests to the student's counselor.

 Bette Norton Ball  (A) ​ (402) 557-3364
 Karen Cirulis   (F, G, T)  (402) 557-3324
 Mindy Murphy   (J, L, W)  (402) 557-3322
 Leslie Hill   (H, R)  (402) 557-3321
 Ron Moore   (C, E, X, Z)  (402) 557-3326
 Julie Politi   (M, N)  (402) 557-3394
 Anjel Garcia  (B, I, K, Y)  (402) 557-3323
 Lisa Donahoe   (D, O, P, U, V)  (402) 557-3327 
 Doug Stansberry  (Q, S)  (402) 557-3396

 

Credit Recovery
Most students that need to earn recovery credits through summer school have, most likely, registered for courses through their counselors during the last month. Summer school will allow students to take up to three classes in the summer to make-up credit in many core curricular areas.

Credit Recovery Daily Schedule - June 2-27


 Period Time
 1  7:30 AM - 8:45 AM
 2  8:50 AM - 10:05 AM
 3 10:10 AM - 11:30 AM

Credit Accrual
Central High School’s Summer School program has expanded its credit accrual course opportunities for students to earn elective credits outside of the regular school year.

Credit Accrual Schedule - June 2-27

 Period    Time
7:30 AM - 9:45 AM 
9:50 AM - 12:05 PM 

The mission of Central High School is to continue a tradition of excellence emphasizing academic achievement,
responsible global citizenship, pride in diversity, and enduring scholarship.

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Summer School Information

Welcome to Central High's Summer School. The Omaha Public School District’s summer school program is an extension of its regular academic program and is designed to allow students to make up (recovery) credit or earn (accrual) credit by participating in a limited number of courses. It should be noted that summer school is a privilege and should be treated as such. Students attending summer school at Central High School will be expected to practice the ABC’s, Academics, Behavior, and Community.


Click here to read the CHS Summer School Tardy and Absence Policy

Click here to read about the CHS Summer School Behavior Expectations