The Credit Retrieval Program is a supplemental program for students identified as at-risk according to the state’s criteria and who have failed a whole or a half credit in a core subject area with a grade of 60 to 69. Students in Credit Retrieval have an opportunity to "retrieve" previously failed courses.
Students, once accepted into the program, will be expected to follow the general guidelines listed below. Failure to do so may result in removal from the program.
1. Students must complete an application and be admitted into the program.
2. Students are expected to complete all coursework assigned.
3. Students must be on time and come to class prepared to work.
4. Students must be cleared by the campus for internet use.
5. Students must follow rules concerning the use and care of computers. Any inappropriate use will result in dismissal from the program.
6. Attendance is mandatory to ensure success. Student may be withdrawn from the program due to excessive absences.
7. Students are expected to complete work assigned in a timely manner.
8. Students must follow all campus and Northside I.S.D. rules.