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Virtual Summer School 2020

Our goal is to be able to provide a safe environment in order to meet the needs of our students during summer programming. Outlooks and information about COVID 19 change almost daily.  In consultation with senior leadership, MSCR and the Department of Public Instruction, we have decided to offer a virtual learning program for students Grades 3-12.  In support of the summer school mission, our program is focused on high quality instruction that is targeted to accelerate growth in key skills in math and literacy, credit recovery and initial credit courses in a virtual format for six weeks.

For more information, please see the 2020 Virtual Learning Summer School Plan.

These programs are for students who:

  • met the summer school criteria and received an invitation
  • completed the appropriate enrollment form by the deadline 

For more grade level-specific information see below.


3rd & 4th grade Virtual Summer School

The Summer School program provides students in 3rd and 4th grade the opportunity to receive additional academic support and build upon their math and literacy skills during the summer. Students who attend this program have received an invitation to attend; the invitation is based upon students' academic performance during the regular school year.

Dates: June 22 - July 31, 2020 (no summer school July 3)

Grading: Progress Grades

Programming

  • Virtual Math and/or Literacy for approximately 2 hours/day for 6 weeks
  • No Enrichment Courses

Additional Summer Supports

In order to provide elementary students with access to summer learning opportunities, the following will be provided to all students who are currently enrolled for summer school 2020.  There will be additional information during the summer.

  1. We will distribute ReadUp books and a bag to students for pick up at designated sites

  2. Along with ReadUp books we will include literacy activities that students and their families can do together.

  3. Access to Lexia Core5 will be extended over the summer for K-4. Use current log in information.

  4. Math Resources