Fayette County Public Schools in June is offering a physical education class, an online health course and credit recovery for students who need to make up a class or wish to retake a course to improve their grade.
The initial-credit P.E. class runs 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. June 11-22 (first session) and July 9-20 (second session) at Henry Clay and Bryan Station high schools. Pre-application forms are available in each high school’s guidance office. Students must have a hard copy of this form completed and signed by their counselor and a parent or guardian before registering.
The P.E. classes are limited to the first 90 Fayette County students per session/per site. Out-of-county applicants will be placed on a waiting list.
Registration began in April. Students may register for the P.E. class downtown in Room 201 at “It’s About Kids” Support Services between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. weekdays.
Online health class registration is open through June 6, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at MLK Academy.
To earn a half-credit for health, students may take the online summer session, which runs May 29-Aug. 8.
Tuition is $125; reduced-lunch students pay $80, and free-lunch students pay $60. Payment must be cash, certified check or money order payable to MLK Academy. No business or personal checks will be accepted.
Half-credit P.E. class tuition is $160; $100 for reduced lunch students, $75 for those receiving free lunches. Payments must be cash, certified check or money order payable to FCPS. No business or personal checks will be accepted.
Info for P.E. class, call Pam White at (859) 381-4198.
Info for the online health class, call Rita Stamey (859) 381-4052.