2021 Summer Program
In alignment with our Academic Well-Being & Recovery Plan, we will be providing opportunities for students in grades PreK-12 this summer who have been identified as having the highest academic needs. These students include those at Fryelands Elementary, Frank Wagner Elementary, Park Place Middle School, Monroe High School and Leaders in Learning, who meet one of the following criteria:
- Students who currently are receiving special education services and have demonstrated a need for recovery services
- Students who are below grade level standards in core content academic areas (reading, writing, math)
- High school students who are at risk of not graduating on time
If there is additional capacity, we will offer summer learning opportunities to more students district-wide. This program will be a Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) based program, and engage students in learning through STEM activities, in addition to content focused learning (reading, writing, math). We will engage our students in an exciting program structured around relational, social-emotional learning (SEL) and team building activities, academic learning and supports, and STEM based activities. Our high school students will have the opportunity to complete credit recovery for the available courses.
- PreK-5 grade program at Frank Wagner Elementary
- 6-12 grade program at Park Place Middle School
- PreK – 5th Grade: July 19 - August 13
- 6th – 12th Grade: July 19 - August 13 (grades 9-11 may extend to Aug 20 depending on credit retrieval needs)
- Days and Times
Monday - Thursdays, 9:00 am - 12:00pm
- Sample Schedule
- 8:30 - 8:40 Welcome/Attendance
- 8:40 - 9:15 SEL check-in and team building activities
- 9:15 - 9:45 Content Delivery/Small Group learning
- 9:45 - 10:15 Snack and outdoor activities
- 10:15 - 11:15 Content Delivery/Small Group learning
- 11:15 -11:30 Exit Activity, Grab and Go lunch
Grade Level Specifics
|Grade Level (Based on current grade level)||Program Details|
|Kindergarten - 1st Grade||Elementary School Launch Program, focusing on Social Emotional Learning, early literacy and math, and having successful transition into the 2021-22 school year.|
|2nd - 3rd Grade||
Literacy through STEM. These grade levels will focus on building literacy skills through STEM based activities. Students will engage in hands on STEM activities through a literacy lens.
|4th - 5th Grade||
Math through STEM. These grade levels will focus on building mathematics through hands on STEM based activities. Students will engage in the engineering design process and building math skills through STEM activities. Students will also be able to engage in Zearn Math activities, which align to our Elementary Eureka Math curriculum.
|6th - 8th Grade||Students will engage in STEM activities that have been designed by our Digital Learning team. These hands on activities will feel similar to what students have experienced in our Digi-Tools classes at 7th grade.|
|9th - 11th Grade||
Our high school program will focus on providing credit recovery courses for students, who are in need of this. We will be utilizing Edgenuity this summer to provide credit recovery courses for students. This program will have an in person time to build relationships with peers and staff, however, the content will be available and delivered online.
We will be able to offer a wide variety of credit recovery courses during this program (course list available here), and are working with our high school counselors to determine student course needs and priorities.
Registration & Cost
- Students identified to participate in our summer learning program will be sent registration paperwork. If there is additional capacity (based on how many students enroll and how many teachers apply to teach), we will open registration up to additional students
- Cost: We are offering these programs free to students.
We will be providing transportation to and from the summer programming for students who need this. Transportation pick up times and routes will be established after we identify which students will be participating.