Secondary Summer School for 2022
We are excited to be offering more summer programs than in the past. Our menu of 4 learning options for students is outlined below. All Theme-Based, Preview, Middle School Foundations, and High School Recovery courses are offered FREE of charge, but the Original Credit classes do have fees associated with the courses. In order to afford flexibility for students, the schedules do vary over the course of 5 weeks (beginning, Monday, June 27 through July 28.)
Theme-Based Summer Learning Programs and registration is now available! Additional course information and details will be coming soon.
These FREE programs are mostly in-person learning experiences created and offered by our teachers. In order to provide flexibility for students and teachers, the schedules vary based upon the teacher's proposals.
2. Preview Learning Courses
These FREE online, asynchronous courses offered in ELA, Math, Science, and World Language, will review the prior year’s standards and skills while providing students with an introduction to the next course in the sequence. For example, we will offer a Preview Learning Course for Algebra 1. Students will review skills from pre-Algebra while also being introduced to early concepts of Algebra 1.
Preview Learning is asynchronous and will be open to all students to participate. Families will not need to register. The course information will be shared each week via School Messenger for families to access. The courses center on math, ELA, science, and social studies; lessons and activities are self-paced. Office hours will be available each week for students to sign-up to get teacher support. Course information will be shared when summer school begins on June 27th.
3. Middle School Foundations
Students who failed content will attend in-person, direct instruction, given through the lens of building foundational skills for the next year’s course.
Courses offered include:
- English Language Arts 6, 7, 8
- Math 6, Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1
- Science 6, 7, 8
- World Geography, American History
- Spanish 2, French 2
Middle School Foundations courses will run from June 27 - July 28 (M-T; no July 4th) from 8:30 - 11:30 a.m. at Henderson High School. Transportation will be provided from any of the WC Secondary Schools. Communication about Middle School Foundations courses will be done through the student’s Grade-Level Counselor. There is no cost for Middle School Foundations courses.
4. High School Recovery Credit Courses
These in-person ELA, Math, Science, and Social Studies courses will be offered for students who failed a core class during the school year. These courses are supported through our Summer School Learning Team located at Henderson High School. As students register for these courses at the end of the school year, we will communicate more detailed information about the supports. A listing of virtual, self-paced courses offered through Educere will be available at the beginning of June.
5. Original Credit Courses
The district will offer students the opportunity to earn original credit in the following courses. Learning will be a combination of in-person and online instruction according to the schedule for each course. These courses are created and taught by WCASD faculty. Register for the course through PaySchoolsCentral
Original Credit Blended Courses run from Wednesday, June 29 to Tuesday, August 9. Students will meet in-person at Henderson High School every Tuesday from 8:30-11:30 am.
- Geometry (this class begins on Tuesday, June 28 and ends Tuesday, August 9)
- Health Fitness 9
- Health 10
- Introduction to Computer Programming (this class begins on Tuesday, June 28 and ends Tuesday, August 9)
Register and pay for the courses through PaySchoolCentral.
Original Credit Online Courses run from Monday, June 27 to Thursday, July 28.
- American Government & Economics (CCP)
Click on the appropriate school link below to register through Educere.