Summer Learning Opportunities
Online Summer School: Students interested in taking additional courses this summer can enroll in the online summer school. Courses offered include Communication Studies, American Government, Consumer Economics, Health, Psychology, and U.S. History. Session 1 runs June 8 through June 30, and session 2 runs July 5 through July 27. Target Audience: High school students interested in taking an additional course offered this summer. Students can register here: High School Online Summer School.
Freshman Support Bridge Courses: We will continue to offer our freshman bridge programs to assist students in making the transition between middle school and high school. We will offer a Freshman Orientation program to provide students with strategies and positive behaviors that are designed to encourage success in High School. Freshman English Bridge and Math Bridge programs will also be offered to provide specific academic support to students in those content areas. Target Audience: All incoming freshmen are invited to attend Orientation Bridge. Targeted students will be invited to attend English Bridge and Math Bridge. The buildings will send registration information.
AP Inspiring Excellence Bridge: Students will have the opportunity to get a head start on their Advanced Placement experience over the summer. Multiple courses will offer AP Bridge programs. Any interested student may elect to take the courses offered. These courses are designed to prepare students for the accelerated coursework and give them a head start on the school year. Target Audience: Any students enrolled in select AP courses for the 2022-23 school year. The buildings will send registration information.
Credit Recovery Day Academy: Credit Recovery Day Academy is a new program designed to provide students with the opportunity to retake a course in which they have received a failing grade during the school year. This program will allow students to remain on track for graduation. Students will take their coursework through Edgenuity, an online learning platform under the supervision and guidance of a D200 high school teacher. Target Audience: Any high school student who did not earn a passing grade in a core academic course during the 2021-22 school year.
Manufacturing Apprenticeship Program: This is a new program offering students the opportunity to participate in a manufacturing apprenticeship. Students will be paid to work approximately 20 hours per week at a local manufacturing facility. I addition, students will receive training in a variety of manufacturing areas, as well as receive instruction in workplace safety, workplace math, and receive guidance in interviewing and developing a resume. Students will receive high school academic credit for participation in this program. Target Audience: Incoming juniors and seniors who have an interest in manufacturing.
Extended School Year (ESY): The ESY special education program provides students with continued support to maintain their academic and functional skills based on IEP team recommendations. The program will run from June 15th through July 21st at Bower Elementary, Jefferson Early Childhood Center, and the CUSD 200 Transition Center from 9:00 am-12:15 pm. Target Audience: Students will be invited based on student learning data and IEP team recommendations.