Scheduling Frequently Asked Questions
Will students be able to enroll in a mix of online and in-person courses? If so, which of the three learning options should we choose during Online Registration?
During the Online Registration period, which starts July 27, students wishing to take advantage of online instruction and in-person courses should choose the Online Instruction option. High school students enrolled in online learning who also wish to take some in-person classes will be directed to select those courses through Arena Scheduling, the tool CSD high school students use to build their class schedules, at the time of registration.
Will all high school students need to confirm their course schedules through Arena Scheduling on July 27?
Only those who want a mix of online and in-person instruction will be directed through the registration process to adjust and confirm their class schedules. However, students who opt for in-person instruction also are encouraged to re-examine their schedules through Arena Scheduling after completing their registration. Some students may be happy with their class schedules and want to leave them as is. Others may want to make some adjustments. Either way, it’s a good idea for all students to review their schedules and confirm their course selections.
How do students schedule their online courses?
Once online registration is completed, students will be able to access Arena Scheduling. Students should drop courses they no longer wish to take in person and add the online course option. Online courses are signified with teacher name, “Online.”
Can students switch around their schedule so they can accommodate in-person and online courses?
Yes. In addition to adding online courses in Arena Scheduling, students are able to move their in-person courses based on availability.
What courses are available for the online option?
Currently, the following courses will be offered online via CVHS or CANVAS. Additional courses may be added at the school level once registration is completed and needs are considered.
Language Arts 9
Secondary Math I
Biology w/ Lab
Language Arts 10
Secondary Math I Honors
AP Calculus AB
Chemistry w/ Lab
Language Arts 11
Secondary Math II
AP Calculus BC
Language Arts 12
Secondary Math II Honors
Digital Business App
Secondary Math III
AP English Language
Secondary Math III Honors
AP English Literature
AP European History
AP French Language
AP Physics 1
Exploring Computer Science
Physics w/ Lab
AP Spanish Language
AP US Government
AP US History
How long will Arena Scheduling be open?
Arena scheduling will be open until Aug. 2. At that point, schools will take stock of course enrollments, re-assess the needs of students and determine what, if any, further courses they are able to make available online. Schools will then decide if and when they need to re-open Arena Scheduling.
How do I contact the school counselor for assistance in scheduling?
The first contract day for Guidance Counselors is July 30. However, most schools will have a number of counselors available to answer questions beginning July 27. Please see your school’s website to see the best way to contact the counseling center.