Summer School 2021
The District plans to offer Summer School sessions in June (in-person and virtual) and July (virtual only). Registration begins Monday, April 19. Enrollment forms are due May 14.
Elementary and Middle School (16 days)
- June 7 to July 1 - Monday through Thursday
- virtual and in-person
- July 6 to July 29 - Monday through Thursday
- virtual (Week 1 is Tuesday through Friday)
High School (19 days)
- June 7 to July 1 - Monday through Friday
- virtual and in-person
- July 6 to July 30 - Monday through Thursday
Proposed sites (based on enrollment)
- Timber Creek Elementary (for students in the Creekmoor and Timber Creek attendance areas)
- Eagle Glen Elementary
- Peculiar Elementary (for students in the Bridle Ridge and Peculiar Elementary attendance areas)
- Raymore Elementary (for students in the Raymore Elementary and Stonegate attendance areas)
- Ray-Pec High School (for grades 6-12)
Summer School basics
- Students are enrolled in the grade level they will enter for the 2021-2022 school year.
- Elementary, middle school, and high school courses may include more than one grade level.
- Online registration begins April 19. Enrollment forms are due May 14.
Elementary Summer School:
Students entering grades K-5 will attend class from 8:30 a.m. to 3:50 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Arrival begins at 8:15 a.m. The four-week Summer School is structured with two-week (eight-day) thematic units.
For in-person learning, students may choose to attend single sessions of two weeks each or a full session for four weeks. For online learning, students will attend full sessions for four weeks.
The K-5 program integrates science, technology, engineering, arts, and math topics into courses in a project-based format.
For students in grades K-5, fee-based Panther Pride child care will be offered (before and after school care and/or Friday, as needed).
Middle School Summer School:
Students in grades 6-8 will attend class from 7:25 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. Monday through Thursday at Ray-Pec High School. The four-week Summer School is structured with two-week (eight-day) thematic units. A student may register for two weeks or four weeks in-person and an additional four weeks online in July.
The program integrates science, technology, engineering, arts, and math topics into courses in a project-based format. Courses will include options for physical education/band/choir/family and consumer science. Grade 6-8 Elective Course Offerings
High School Summer School:
Summer School for students entering grades 9-12 is scheduled June 7 to July 1. Courses are available virtually or in-person at Ray-Pec High School. The second session, July 6 to July 29, is virtual only.
- The majority of high school courses for credit will be five days per week. (Monday to Friday)
- Hours for high school will be 7:25 a.m. to 2:45 p.m.
- Students may enroll in and earn a maximum of 2.0 credits. (Two credits equals four classes. This is a maximum of two courses in June, and two courses in July.)
- Here are some of the course offerings. Check enrollment forms for all course offerings.
- A new course offering this year is math remediation.
- Physical Education and Health - one-half credit. There will be sections for incoming freshmen and upperclassmen. This is a half-day course for 19 days.
- Summer Fitness - one-half credit. This is elective credit, NOT physical education credit.
- Personal Finance - one-half credit, grades 10-12. This is a half-day course for 19 days.
- Launch Online Learning Courses (all catalog offerings - no Advanced Placement).
- VIPR Online Learning Courses.
Morning and afternoon transportation is provided for all K-12 students, as needed. High School students attending morning only or afternoon only will need to arrange mid-day transportation.
Summer School Bus Routes
To be posted before Summer School begins
Summer School administrators
- Timber Creek Elementary (for Creekmoor and Timber Creek students) - Principal Andrea Mitsdarffer
- Eagle Glen Elementary - Principal Courtney Graham
- Peculiar Elementary(for Bridle Ridge and Peculiar Elementary students) - Principal Rebecca Kolkmeier
- Raymore Elementary (for Raymore Elementary and Stonegate students) - Principal Alisa Dutro
- High School and Middle School (for grades 6-12) - Principals Steven Meek, Wendell Pritchett, and Jennifer Ramirez