• Summer Acadamy
     
     
    SUMMER ACADEMY  |  JUNE 21 - JULY 30
     
     
    FAST FACTS:
     
    - Held on the KMHS Campus
    - June 21- July 30 (no 7/5)
    - 8 a.m. - 12:35 p.m.
    - In-person plus online options for grades 6-12
    - Grades 5K-8 will be in cohorts 
    - Serving FREE lunch
    - Aftercare provided by Wisconsin Youth Camp or YMCA Pabst Farms
    - New quarantine guidelines will be utilized
     
     
    Athletics may include; basketball, golf, t-ball, tennis, kickball, sports galore, flag football, soccer, net sports, playground games
    Art/Design may include; beading bash, drawing & painting, mosaics, paper mache, 
    Theme-based academics may include; mad scientist, amazing animals, outdoor exploration, creative writing, book clubs, math games, board games, around the world in 28 days, fishing
     
    Our goal is to provide many of the same activities from previously-offered Summer Academy courses throughout the morning as appropriate for each age group!
     

     
    Kettle Moraine School District will offer a face-to-face Summer Academy beginning in June, 2021.  District mitigation strategies, family cooperation and desire suggest a face-to-face program is best for our Kettle Moraine community. District staff and attending students will continue with appropriate mitigation strategies including hand-washing, hand-sanitizing, and face coverings.
     
    Bus transportation from designated sites will still be available. Summer Academy will again run 8AM to 12:35PM. All students attending Summer Academy will have the option to eat a provided lunch this summer.
     
    Elementary students will be grouped in cohorts by grade level or grade-band, similar to classrooms this year.  In a cohort, students will have theme-based academics, outdoor time, STEM, and other hands-on creative design experiences while being assigned to work with 2-4 teachers.  

    Middle school students will have the opportunity to register for themed pathways in a face-to-face environment.  Multiple teachers will be assigned to each pathway/cohort.Pathways will last for three weeks allowing students to choose two different pathways.

    High school credit courses will continue to run much the same as in the past. They will be virtual with limited requirements to meet in person based on the specific course.
     
     
    Please contact Summer Academy Coordinator Amanda Gill with questions at gilla(AT)kmsd.edu or 262-968-6200 X5333.
     

     
    NOTE: Due to insufficient interest, these online courses will not be offered this year: Harry Potter Book Club, Intro to Spanish, Learn the Ukulele, Money Smarts, Put Your Thoughts to Work, Read Aloud, and Ready to Write.
     
     
     
     
      
     
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