2017 Summer School
Planning is under way for Summer School 2017, with dates tentatively set for Summer School plans with the School Board on Feb. 23.. Dr. Al Voelker, Assistant Superintendent for Academic Services, shared the
Depending on enrollment, three school sites will be used for elementary students entering grades K-5. Students entering grades 6-8 will attend Summer School at East Middle School. Due to construction at the high school, students entering grades 9-12 will attend Summer School at the Ray-Pec Academy.
- K-8 Summer School will be four days per week ( - ).
- K-8 students may attend one 2-week session, or two sessions for 4 weeks.
- Dates of attendance for students in grades 9-12 will vary based on the course offering, but most classes will meet - .
- For students in grades K-5, fee-based Panther Pride child care will be offered (before and after school care and/or , as needed).
- Transportation will be available to students in grades K-8.
- Transportation will NOT be provided for students in 9-12.
Students in gradesattend 19 days of Summer School to earn one-half credit in a core class for credit recovery. Students may also enroll to earn one-half credit in health, physical education, or personal finance. Some elective credits, such as history, Spanish enrichment, and Driver's Education are planned.
Summer School sites, class times, and course offerings are still being developed. Information will be shared soon, and enrollment is expected to begin later this month.