Elementary Summer School Goes Virtual for June 1-26 Session Plans for Face-to-Face Opportunity in July
As normal plans and routines continue to shift in response to the coronavirus, NKC Schools has worked to offer summer learning opportunities even as buildings remain closed due to public health agency guidance. After reviewing feedback from parents, teachers and staff, the district’s plan includes a June Virtual Summer School session for all current kindergarten through fifth grade students as well as a July face-to-face session when our buildings are allowed to safely reopen.
June Virtual Summer School: June 1-26
The June Virtual Summer School session will extend the e-Learning environment students have become familiar with since spring break. Students who participate will experience enhanced learning and engagement opportunities that include:
Learning activities will be provided Monday-Thursday with Friday serving as a catch-up day (similar to how Mondays have been structured this spring)
Live daily interaction with a teacher and fellow classmates (Monday-Thursday)
Key skill improvement in reading and math
Enrichment through blended and project-based learning activities
Those interested in enrolling in the NKC Schools Summer School Program should contact their school. You may also submit your student’s information using our 2019-2020 June Elementary Summer School Program form. Simply complete the requested fields and click submit at the end to enroll your child.
Details on a July face-to-face session will be provided as the situation with the coronavirus continues to develop and information on when we can open schools becomes available.
All students enrolled in Adventure Club during the month of June will participate in virtual summer school as well. If you have already signed your child up for Adventure Club, you will also need to enroll him/her by following the directions outlined above.
The learning never stops in NKC Schools and we are excited to expand educational opportunities for our students this summer both virtually and in-person. If you have any questions, please contact your school directly. They will be more than happy to assist you!