2019 SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM - Registration Handbook

 
2019 SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM - Registration Handbook
2019 SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM
     Registration Handbook
2019 SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM - Registration Handbook
I. Welcome!
Welcome to the 2019 School District of Milton Summer School Program! A wide variety of courses and activities are being
planned for the upcoming summer session in an effort to meet the needs and interests of students in pre-kindergarten
through grade 12. Summer school provides students, as well as staff, a wonderful opportunity to explore alternative
interests, challenge one's abilities, and gain additional academic experiences in less than traditional settings.

We invite you to read about the various programs and classes that we will be offering this summer in the Course
Information section of this handbook, along with the other important pieces of information contained in the following
General Information section. We provide this handbook to the youngest in each family. In addition, registration information
is available on the School District of Milton’s Summer School web page.

II. Summer School Timeline
         March 1                    Registration begins
                                    Online registration opens in Skyward at 6:00 a.m.
                                    Registrations are scheduled on a first come, first served basis
                                    Any applicable fees are due at registration
         March 15                   Registration ends
                                    Online registration closes in Skyward at 12:00 a.m. (midnight)
         June 10-July 3             Four Week Summer School Classes
                                    Session 1: 8:15 a.m. - 9:45 a.m. | Session 2: 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
                                    No classes July 4 or July 5
         June 10-July 19            Six Week High School Courses for Credit
                                    Session 1: 8:15 a.m. - 9:45 a.m. | Session 2: 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
                                    No classes July 4 or July 5

III. General Information
A. Registration​ - Students currently attending Milton Schools: Families are encouraged to register for enrichment and
remedial classes using Skyward Family Access. Summer school scheduling is available through Skyward between March 1,
6:00 a.m. through March 15, 12:00 a.m. (midnight). Students with a teacher recommendation for academic make-up need
to register using a paper registration form. Students who do ​not​ currently attend Milton Schools: Families must register for
enrichment classes using the registration form. All registrations will be processed on a first come, first served basis.

Registration forms can be mailed in or dropped off at the Summer School Office. The mailing address for the Milton
Summer School Program is PO Box 476, Milton, WI 53563. Registration forms that are mailed in need to be postmarked by
March 15. The Summer School Office is located at the high school. In order to process a registration, the registration form
must be filled out completely (one form per student) and any applicable fees paid.

If a course/session is cancelled due to insufficient enrollment or other reasons, parents will be notified and offered
alternative courses for their student. Students should register for courses with regards to the grade level they will enter in
the fall.

There will be no late registration available with the exception of academic make-up.

B. Fees​ - Material and non-resident fees are due at the time of registration. Some enrichment courses require a specified
nonrefundable material fee to offset the cost of supplies. Material Fees are indicated with course descriptions.

Students who are not residents of the School District of Milton are welcome to enroll in summer school. Non-residents
should note that a tuition fee of $20.00 for each class (enrichment, remedial, academic make-up), along with any applicable
material fees, will be charged. High school classes taken for credit will cost $100.00 per class for non-residents. The
non-resident tuition fee ​does not​ apply to students who currently attend Milton schools. The non-resident tuition fee ​does
apply to students who have enrolled in Milton schools and plan to attend in the fall.
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Fees can be paid online during registration or mailed to Milton Summer School, PO Box 476, Milton, WI 53563. All fees can
be included on one check payable to “School District of Milton.” Please indicate the student’s name(s) with your payment.
For those families who may need financial assistance with the fees, please see the fee waiver form on our website at
https://www.milton.k12.wi.us/​ and/or contact Summer School Administrator Sarah Stuckey at 868-9360.

C. Locations​ - Summer school will be located at Milton West Elementary, Northside Intermediate School, Milton Middle
School, and Milton High School. There will be a shuttle bus available to transport students who must change schools
between sessions. Tentative class locations are indicated next to the course listings as well as on the last page of this
handbook.

D. Dates and Times ​- Four Week Classes will begin on Monday, June 10, and conclude Friday, July 3. Six Week High School
Courses for Credit will begin on Monday, June 10 and conclude Friday, July 19. There will be no classes on July 4 or July 5.
Session 1 classes run from 8:15 a.m. - 9:45 a.m. Session 2 classes run from 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. The dates for summer
school are subject to change in the event the School District of Milton has to make up additional days due to inclement
weather.

E. Regulations

         Attendance​: attendance needs to be regular. Family trips planned during Summer School place your child and
         perhaps other classmates and the teacher at a disadvantage. If, however, you anticipate an absence, please
         contact your child's summer school building office(s) with that information.
         Dress​: students may dress casually but should always dress appropriately
         Conduct​: regular school-year conduct rules will be followed
         Behavior​: significant misbehavior may result in removal from summer school

F. Visitors ​- Allowing friends and visiting relatives to accompany students to summer school classes has posed a variety of
difficult situations. We cannot ensure a safe environment when we lack adequate emergency information on guests, nor
can we provide appropriate supervision for the extra students. We request that students not bring visitors to summer
school.

G. Information and Assistance​ - If you have any questions about summer school courses and/or registration, please contact
us by leaving a message, along with daytime and evening phone numbers, on our voicemail (868-9575). We will return your
call as soon as possible.

IV. Four Types of Courses
A. Academic Make-Up Courses ​- Academic make-up classes for grades 4-8 are held during the four week session. These
classes are listed by school and are indicated as academic make-up. There are no fees for academic make-up courses unless
your child is a non-resident. Students recommended or required to take academic make-up courses will be notified in late
May/early June by the student's school office or by the student’s school counselor.

         Grades 4-6: ​Academic make-up courses for grades 4-6 are located at Northside Intermediate School.
         Grades 7-8:​ Academic make-up courses for grades 7-8 are located at Milton Middle School.

B. High School Courses for Credit​ - High School courses for credit are held during the ​six week session.

         Grades 9-12:​ Academic make-up courses for grades 9-12 are located at Milton High School. These classes are
         worth one-half credit for successful completion. There are no fees for academic make-up courses unless your child
         is a non-resident. Students recommended or required to take academic make-up courses will be notified in late
         May/early June by the student's school office or by the student’s school counselor.

C. Remedial Courses​ - Remedial courses are held during the four week summer school session. These classes are listed by
school and indicated as remedial. A variety of remedial courses are offered to students going into grades 1-8. Remedial
courses are designed to help prepare the student for the grade level he/she will be entering in the fall. Enrollment in a
remedial course is based upon teacher recommendation. Parents should receive this recommendation prior to receiving
this handbook.
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If you feel your child is in need of remedial course instruction this summer but have not received a letter stating so, please
contact your child's teacher. It is equally important to note that if you have received a letter of recommendation, it is still
your responsibility to register your child. The letter of recommendation does not register your child for you.

D. Enrichment Courses ​- A variety of enrichment courses are offered to students during the four week summer school
session. Courses are available for students in Pre-K - grade 12. ​The curriculum is designed to provide expanded learning
opportunities and experiences for students. ​These courses have been designed to meet a wide range of interests and
needs.

V. Courses Listed By School
The following pages provide a list of remedial, academic make-up, and enrichment courses. Students should register for
courses with regards to the grade level they will enter in the fall. If a course/session is cancelled due to insufficient
enrollment or other reasons, parents will be notified and offered alternative courses for their student.

West Elementary School
A. REMEDIAL CLASSES:

         Grade 1 Readiness
         Sessions 1 & 2

         Grade 2 Math
         Sessions 1 & 2

         Grade 2 Reading
         Sessions 1 & 2

         Grade 3 Math
         Sessions 1 & 2

         Grade 3 Reading
         Sessions 1 & 2

B. ENRICHMENT CLASSES:

Alphabet Antics (Grades K-1)
Sessions 1 & 2
Alphabet Antics is a course designed to explore the sights and sounds of the alphabet through stories, songs, games,
drawing, and various arts and crafts projects. The letters and their sounds are reinforced in a relaxed, motivational setting,
where every child is successful. (no material fee)

Art, Building and Coding … Oh My! (Grades 1-3)
Sessions 1 & 2
Students will explore hands-on activities that incorporate science, technology, engineering, art, and math! This class is
designed for younger students to introduce and explore the different aspects of STEAM. Students will code, create, design,
and have fun! Students will work together to innovate and problem solve. Join us this summer to get your creativity
flowing! (no material fee)

Arts & Crafts I (Grades K-2)
Sessions 1 & 2
Students will enjoy learning about artists and making lots of fun, useful projects using their techniques! We’ll even have a
gallery to show off our projects! ($5.00 material fee)
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Dinosaurs (Grades K-2)
Sessions 1 & 2
We will be studying dinosaurs through fun and exciting stories, art projects, drawing and coloring, and other great activities!
($5.00 material fee)

Fun in the Sun (Grades K-2)
Sessions 1 & 2
Come play! Join in outdoor and indoor activities and projects for summer fun. We will have a blast with bubbles, games,
water and plenty of hands-on learning experiences. (no material fee)

Fun with Books (Grades K-1)
Sessions 1 & 2
Students will listen to a variety of books and participate in activities centered around those books. Children will make their
own books, make art and craft projects, taste-test food, conduct science experiments, and play math games. (no material
fee)

Jump Start to 4K (Grade 4K)
Four Sessions:
1A​ June 10 - June 21 at 8:15-9:45, ​1B​ June 24 - July 3 at 8:15-9:45
2A​ June 10 - June 21 at 10:00-11:30, ​2B​ June 24 - July 3 at 10:00-11:30
This two-week class is offered to help children entering 4K get a jump start to next year by offering a glimpse of the world of
Pre-Kindergarten! Circle time, read alouds, songs, dancing, projects, and centers are just some activities your child will do
during summer school. Children will also be practicing social skills, problem solving skills, begin to follow simple classroom
directions, and explore the learning environment. (no material fee)

Kindergarten Enrichment (Grade K)
Sessions 1 & 2
Welcome to Kindergarten! Kindergarten Enrichment is designed to prepare your child for their first year of school.
Throughout the summer we will be working on social skills, fine motor skills, a calendar routine, and being introduced to
numbers, shapes, colors, and name writing. Our day is full of fun and exciting activities that focus around a theme. (no
material fee)

Let’s Make Music & Art! (Grades K-3)
Sessions 1 & 2
Music and MORE comes to life in this exciting class! We will explore music through singing, dancing, movement, props,
books, rhythm instruments, and daily projects. Get ready to make music and more this summer! ($5.00 material fee)

Old MacDonald Had Some Vowels (Grades 1-2)
Sessions 1 & 2
Get ready to sing, dance and have fun with Old MacDonald and his friends this summer. This is an active class that will help
build confidence in both reading and writing. We will build puzzles, create books, and play games. This is a great way to
reinforce the importance of how much fun reading and writing can be! (no material fee)

Organized Games & Sports (Grades 1-4)
Sessions 1 & 2
FUN is required! Enjoy the outdoors while learning the fundamentals that lead to team sports. This course includes creative
variations of some old favorites such as dodgeball, kickball, soccer, and Capture-The-Flag as well as some wacky,
nontraditional tagging games. Cooperative play and sportsmanship are emphasized. Don't "dodge" the opportunity to
"capture" some fun in the sun this summer! (no material fee)

Reading Booster Club (Grades 2-4)
Sessions 1 & 2
Want to have fun learning to be a better reader? The students in this course will have fun doing hands on activities, using
their imaginations, and even creating their own books on iPads. The focus of this class will be reading and learning about
different authors both in the classroom, outside, and through technology. We will spend a lot of time “boosting” our
reading with some terrific books! (no material fee)
Sensational Summer Science (Grades 1-2)
Sessions 1 & 2
What is “science”? We will answer this question by examining plants, creepy-crawlies, doing chemistry with Kool-Aid, taking
nature-walks around the school and much more. Many of our experiments will be done outside so that we can enjoy the
sunshine and get messy! Science can be many things and this summer, it will be fun! ($5.00 material fee)

Under the Deep Blue Sea (Grades K-3)
Session 1 Grades K-1, Session 2 Grades 2-3
Take the plunge this summer! Students enrolled in this course will "dive" into the ocean and explore the world below. Join
us as we experience the deep blue sea through books, artistry, and a growing knowledge of ocean life. This is your chance
to get your feet wet! ($5.00 material fee)

Yoga, Mindfulness and Play in Early Childhood​ (Grade 4K)
Four Sessions:
1A​ June 10 - June 21 at 8:15-9:45, ​1B​ June 24 - July 3 at 8:15-9:45
2A​ June 10 - June 21 at 10:00-11:30, ​2B​ June 24 - July 3 at 10:00-11:30
This is a 2 week course that will get your child moving mindfully while learning the rules and routines of the 4K Classroom.
We will explore yoga through literacy and focus on social & emotional development. Your child will participate in circle
time, music & movement, facilitated play, and snack time~ all while fostering independence, promoting self-regulation, and
self-awareness. Children will build community, meet new friends and learn through play!​ (no material fee)

Northside Intermediate School
A. ACADEMIC CLASSES:

        Academic Make-Up 4-6
        Sessions 1 & 2

B. REMEDIAL CLASSES:

        Grade 4 Math
        Sessions 1 & 2

        Grade 4 Reading and Language Arts
        Sessions 1 & 2

        Grade 5 Math
        Sessions 1 & 2

        Grade 5 Reading and Language Arts
        Sessions 1 & 2

        Grade 6 Math
        Sessions 1 & 2

        Grade 6 Reading and Language Arts
        Sessions 1 & 2

C. ENRICHMENT CLASSES:

American Girls (Grades 3-5)
Sessions 1 & 2
Students will learn about American History and today’s world through the American Girl Dolls! We will make crafts for our
dolls, play games, make snacks, read books, and watch videos. Come explore the world with American Girl. ($5.00 material
fee)
Art From Around the World ​(Grades 2-3)
Sessions 1 & 2
Let’s learn about art from different cultures of people from around the world! We’ll visit the China, Africa, Mexico, Norway,
and Japan. We will use a variety of 2D and 3D art materials. This course will be fun and diverse for learners! ($5.00 material
fee)

Arts & Crafts II (Grades 3-4)
Sessions 1 & 2
Use your creative talents to help design new crafts. Depending on the child's grade level, this course will expose students to
the art of making collages, papier-mache, stenciling, stamping, painting, drawing, and ceramics. Explore the world of art and
let your imagination work for you. ($8.00 material fee)

Baseball (Grades 4-8)
Sessions 1 & 2 (students can enroll in both sessions)
Students will learn and practice fundamental skills of baseball through drills and games. Skills taught will be: throwing,
catching, hitting, bunting, pitching, and base running. The class will participate in actual games arranged by the instructor.
($5.00 material fee)

Basketball (Grades 3-6)
Session 1 Grades 5-6, Session 2 Grades 3-4
This basketball course will help you become a better basketball player by focusing on drills, games, and other activities
designed to improve your shooting, ball-handling, passing, and other skills. (no material fee)

Beginning Piano (Grades 2-3)
Sessions 1 & 2
Students will learn basic piano skills, music notes, and other basic music skills. By the end of the course, students will be
able to play simple tunes. Musical games and crafts will also be included with this course. (no material fee)

The Chocolate Factory (Grades 3-6)
Sessions 1 & 2
This course is open to all young, aspiring Willie Wonkas! Yummy chocolate reading and writing activities, scrumptious math
lessons, delicious chocolate making and tasting opportunities will capture your interest and satisfy your urges for a summer
dripping with fun. Other chocolate adventures will include Internet activities, collecting chocolate recipes to create a recipe
booklet, and enjoying in the construction of a chocolate town. ($8.00 material fee)

Club Fit (Grades K-4)
Sessions 1 & 2
Come have fun staying fit! Join us for stretches, warm-up walking, and circuit training. We’ll have fun playing games like
SPUD​ and ​What Time is Dinner, Mr. Fox,​ along with water activities on hot days​. We’ll also learn about nutrition and enjoy
some tasty snacks. Be part of the club - join Club Fit! ($8.00 material fee)

Fitness Fun (Grades 4-7)
Sessions 1 & 2
If you want to stay in shape and learn about fitness and healthy eating then this is the class for you! Whether you are an
athlete who wants to stay in shape for your sport or someone who just wants to be more active, this class is designed to
show you how to be fit in a fun way! Each day we will do different activities and games that build your endurance and
strengthen your body. We will do yoga, pilates, step-aerobics, jump-roping, etc. Twice a week we will enjoy a healthy snack
to promote healthy eating as part of a healthy lifestyle. ($8.00 material fee)

Flag Football (Grades 3-6)
Sessions 1 & 2
Fundamentals and techniques of flag football will be taught, along with game activities. Running drills and a variety of other
games will be offered as well. (no material fee)

French (Grades K-6)
Session 2
Do you like to sing and play games? If so, come learn French! We will learn basic French while having fun, including going on
an imaginary trip to France. ($5.00 material fee)
Jewelry Making (Grades 3-6)
Sessions 1 & 2
Join us for Jewelry Making! Students will create jewelry (and a few other accessories) using a variety of materials. We will
use wire, stretch magic, hemp, and memory wire to make items such as friendship bracelets, rings, necklaces, polymer
beads, and flip-flops. ($10.00 material fee)

Lego Robotics (Grades 5-6)
Sessions 1 & 2
In this course students will work in the world of coding. Online coding games will be played as students begin to understand
how coding can be used to operate robots. Students will also be constructing and programing LEGO Mindstorm robots. (no
material fee)

Minecraft EDU (Grades 3-6)
Sessions 1 & 2
Think Minecraft is just a video game? Thank again! Create, explore, and put your problem-solving skills to the test with
storyboarding and level design, while learning to build and customize amazing worlds. (no material fee)

World Explorers (Grades 2-6)
Sessions 1 & 2
Students will explore the cultures, traditions, sites and foods of different cities, states and countries via different media
sources (online research and books). Students will research the destinations using books and websites. Students will
develop empathy for other ways of life and a sense of wonder about the beauty and variety of cultures around the world.

World Languages (Grades 3-6)
Session 1
Are you interested in languages and culture? If so, this is the class for you? We will learn the basics of Japanese, German,
Arabic, and American Sign Language. Basic topics include: alphabet, colors, numbers, speaking, and culture. Class activities
will be supported with videos, books, music, games, and food tasting. ($5.00 material fee)

Milton Middle School
A. ACADEMIC CLASSES:

         Academic Make-Up 7-8
         Sessions 1 & 2

B. REMEDIAL CLASSES:

         Grades 7 & 8 Math
         Sessions 1 & 2

         Grades 7 & 8 Reading & Language Arts
         Sessions 1 & 2

         Grades 7 & 8 Writers’ Workshop
         Sessions 1 & 2

C. ENRICHMENT CLASSES:

Babysitting Skills (Grades 6-12)
Sessions 1 & 2
Interested in babysitting? The Babysitting Skills course will help you develop the knowledge and skills necessary to be a
confident and successful babysitter! You will learn what the job of babysitting involves, the developmental stages of infants
and young children, and how to properly care for all their needs. First Aid and CPR, along with handling emergency
situations, will be addressed and practiced. The class will take a field trip to a local child care center and interact with
children of various ages. By the end of the course, you will have materials to help you be the best babysitter you can be,
including the babysitting kit you create. On the last day, you will have the opportunity to babysit for young children (in the
classroom setting) as the class will host a “Play Day” for some community families.​ Due to the extensive material,
attendance is imperative for this course. ​($15.00 material fee)

Creative Dramatics (Grades 4-8)
Sessions 1 & 2
Do you like to act? Are you comfortable in front of large groups of people? Do you enjoy a fast paced production with little
to no time to spare? Then Creative Dramatics is for you! Actors and actresses will perform one, and only one,
approximately 50 minute play on July 3, 2019 so please make certain you will be in summer school on July 3, 2019. ($5.00
material fee)

Fishing (Grades 3-8)
Sessions 1 & 2
This class spotlights the excitement and enjoyment of fishing. Students will learn many facts about how to identify fish, rig
tackle, and catch more fish. A hands-on emphasis will let students practice casting techniques, knot tying, and jig and lure
making. A fishing trip to a local pond along with an expert speaker is also planned. ($5.00 material fee)

Future Engineering Design Challenge (Grades 6-8)
Sessions 1 & 2
Future City starts with a question—how can we make the world a better place? To answer it, 6th, 7th, and 8th grade
students imagine, research, design, and build cities of the future that showcase their solution to a citywide sustainability
issue. Past topics include resilient cities, stormwater management, urban agriculture, public spaces, and green energy.
Participants work in teams to complete a virtual city design (using SimCity); a 1,500-word city essay; a scale model built
from recycled materials; a project plan, and a presentation. ($5.00 material fee)

Girls Weightlifting (Grades 8-12) | June 10-July 25, Mondays-Thursdays (No class July 4)
Four Sessions:
Session 5A​ 6:30-7:15 a.m., S​ ession 5B​ 7:15-8:00 a.m.
Session 1C​ 8:15-9:00 a.m., ​Session 1D​ 9:00-9:45 a.m.
This program will teach girls how to use a variety of weight lifts and activities, while instructing students on proper
techniques and developing muscle strength and physical fitness. This class is monitored and individualized. ​Please note the
different dates and days.​ (no material fee)

It's Snack Time (Grades 1-3)
Sessions 1 & 2
It’s Snack Time is a hands-on class designed to teach children how to prepare healthy after school snacks the entire family
can enjoy without using an oven. Examples include Party Sandwiches, Honey Bees, Nibbling Fish and nutritious drinks such
as Orange Smoothies, Rainbow Coolers, and Strawberries Through a Straw. Recipe booklets will be given out to each child
at our culminating tasting party. ($5.00 material fee)

Technology Leaders in Training (Grades 7-9)
Sessions 1 & 2
Are you a LEADER who is good with technology? Do you enjoy playing with technology and teaching others to use it? Join
this team and learn to be a leader of technology in the classroom and in your community! ​Students who join this class
MUST be comfortable or willing to be a leader in front of other students or adults. We will experience new and exciting
technologies. We will end our course by hosting a Technology Fair for all summer school staff and students. (no material
fee)

Milton High School
A. ACADEMIC CLASSES FOR CREDIT:

         Academic Make-Up (Grades 9-12)
         Sessions 1 & 2
         0.5 Credit Course - Six Week Session
High school courses for credit may only be taken by students in need of academic make-up credit to stay on track
         for graduation. A counselor recommendation is needed to register. Students have up to six weeks to complete the
         course. Most classes are in a supported online forum.

         Physical Education (Grades 9-12)
         Session 1
         0.5 Credit Course - Six Week Session
         Students will master skills and movement patterns and apply learned skills to specific team sports. Activities to
         include, but not limited to: tennis, soccer, softball, floor hockey, basketball, volleyball, fitness and weight training,
         and swimming, with an emphasis in fitness.

B. ENRICHMENT CLASSES:

Baking, Cooking & the Community (Grades 4-8)
Sessions 1 & 2
Your favorite recipes from Cookies! Cookies! Cookies! and Magic Chefs will be combined for this new class. Young chefs will
practice essential kitchen skills needed for baking and cooking. We’ll get hands-on and introduce kids to the fundamentals -
from reading and following recipes to the importance of kitchen safety. Young chefs will enjoy working alongside
classmates to create foods to sample, take home, and to sell for community charity. This class will boost your child’s
confidence in the kitchen and help them create a culinary community connection. ($15.00 material fee)

Field Biology (Grades 5-6)
Sessions 1 & 2
Field Biology is a class for students who love to explore the outdoors! In classroom sessions (1-2 days/week), students learn
adaptations and identification of animals and plants, including poisonous plants of our area, and the basics of aquarium and
terrarium setup and maintenance. Field days (3-4 days/week) allow students to observe, capture and identify different
animals and plants. Depending on which session, students must arrive early or stay late on field days to allow for travel
time. (no material fee)

Gymnastics (Grades K-3)
Sessions 1 & 2
This course is designed to promote body awareness, balance, coordination and beginning gymnastics skills. Students will be
challenged to strengthen their abilities on the floor exercise, uneven bars, balance beam and springboards. (no material
fee)

Hawks’ Nest Junior (Grades 6-8)
Sessions 1 & 2
What would you like to see sold in the Hawks’ Nest school store? Now is your chance to make it happen! In this course
students have the opportunity to design new products for The Hawks’ Nest. Students will handle the process of researching,
creating, and promoting the new items culminating in the products being introduced and sold in the store! Help your
friends and family show their Milton spirit by designing the clothes they wear! ($5.00 material fee)

High School 101 (Grade 9)
Four Sessions:
1A​ June 10 - June 21 at 8:15-9:45, ​1B​ June 24 - July 3 at 8:15-9:45
2A​ June 10 - June 21 at 10:00-11:30, ​2B​ June 24 - July 3 at 10:00-11:30
This course is a fast-paced, exciting two-week elective that will help students prepare for life at Milton High School.
Students will take tours of the high school, learn their schedules, meet staff and other students, and participate in fun
group activities. This course is great for students who want to further leadership and confidence as they transition to MHS.
(no material fee)

Tennis (Grades 7-12)
Sessions 1 & 2 (students can enroll in both sessions)
This class will meet at the tennis courts. The course is designed to meet the needs of all skill levels with the use of various
drills. With the drills, students will be able to improve their skills in this lifetime sport. Students are responsible to bring
tennis racquets and wear tennis shoes each day. ($5.00 material fee)
Volleyball (Grades 4-9)
Session 1 Beginners, Session 2 Intermediate/Advanced
Learn the basics of volleyball including the forearm pass, overhead pass, and serving as well as the rules according to WIAA
standards. Team offense and defense will also be taught. Students will develop their skills on an individual, small group, and
game basis. (no material fee)

Weight Training (Grades 9-12) | June 10-July 25, Mondays-Thursdays (No class on July 4)
Four Sessions:
Session 5A​ 6:30-7:15 a.m., S​ ession 5B​ 7:15-8:00 a.m.
Session 1C​ 8:15-9:00 a.m., ​Session 1D​ 9:00-9:45 a.m.
This course is designed to help the serious athlete get ready for the next season, or help any student improve and enjoy
their workout regimen. This is open to all Milton High School boys and girls. Each student will be put on his or her own
personal weight program! This class is monitored and individualized. ​Please note the different dates and days.​ (no material
fee)

Wrestling (Grades K-8)
Sessions 1 & 2
In summer school wrestling, students will be learning wrestling techniques as demonstrated by high school wrestling team
members. This course will include live wrestling, fun and encouraging mat games, and team building activities. (no material
fee)
REGISTRATION
March 1-15
Online through Skyward Family Access or using the registration form
Students should register for the grade level they will enter in the fall
* indicates a teacher’s recommendation needed

DATES & TIMES
Summer School Classes | June 10-July 3
High School Courses for Credit | June 10-July 19
No classes July 4 & July 5
Session 1: 8:15-9:45 AM | Session 2: 10:00-11:30 AM

SUMMER SCHOOL OFFICE
Location: Milton High School
Mail: PO Box 476, Milton, WI 53563
Phone: (608) 868-9575

2019 CLASSES
WEST ELEMENTARY​ | 825 W. Madison Ave. | (608) 868-9230
-Grade 1 Readiness *                                                       Fun with Books (Grades K-1)
-Grade 2 Math *                                                            Jump Start to 4K (Grade 4K)
-Grade 2 Reading *                                                         Kindergarten Enrichment (Grade K)
-Grade 3 Math *                                                            Let’s Make Music & Art! (Grades K-3)
-Grade 3 Reading *                                                         Old MacDonald Had Some Vowels (Grades 1-2)
Alphabet Antics (Grades K-1)                                               Organized Games & Sports (Grades 1-4)
Art, Building and Coding … Oh My! (Grades 1-3)                             Reading Booster Club (Grades 2-4)
Arts & Crafts I (Grades K-2)                                               Sensational Summer Science (Grades 1-2)
Dinosaurs (Grades K-2)                                                     Under the Deep Blue Sea (Grades K-3)
Fun in the Sun (Grades K-2)                                                Yoga, Mindfulness & Play in Early Childhood (Grade 4K)

NORTHSIDE INTERMEDIATE​ | 159 Northside Dr. | (608) 868-9280
-Academic Make-Up Grades 4-6 *
-Grade 4 Math *                                                            Beginning Piano (Grades 2-3)
-Grade 4 Reading & Language Arts *                                         The Chocolate Factory (Grades 3-6)
-Grade 5 Math *                                                            Club Fit (Grades K-4)
-Grade 5 Reading & Language Arts *                                         Fitness Fun (Grades 4-7)
-Grade 6 Math *                                                            Flag Football (Grades 3-6)
-Grade 6 Reading & Language Arts *                                         French (Grades K-6)
American Girls (Grades 3-5)                                                Jewelry Making (Grades 3-6)
Art From Around the World (Grades 2-3)                                     Lego Robotics (Grades 5-6)
Arts & Crafts II (Grades 3-4)                                              Minecraft EDU (Grades 3-6)
Baseball (Grades 4-8)                                                      World Languages (Grades 3-6)
Basketball (Grades 3-6)                                                    World Explorers (Grades 2-6)

MIDDLE SCHOOL​ | 20 E. Madison Ave. | (608) 868-9350
-Academic Make-Up Grades 7-8 *                                             Fishing (Grades 3-8)
-Grades 7 & 8 Math *                                                       Future Engineering Design Challenge (Grades 6-8)
-Grades 7 & 8 Reading & Language Arts *                                    Girls Weightlifting (Grades 8-12) ​June 11-July 26
-Grades 7 & 8 Writers’ Workshop *                                          It's Snack Time (Grades 1-3)
Babysitting Skills (Grades 6-12)                                           Technology Leaders in Training (Grades 7-9)
Creative Dramatics (Grades 4-8)

HIGH SCHOOL​ | 114 W. High St. | (608) 868-9300
-Academic Make-Up Grades 9-12 * - six weeks                                High School 101 (Grade 9)
-Physical Education (Grades 9-12) - six weeks                              Tennis (Grades 7-12)
Baking, Cooking & the Community (Grades 4-8)                               Volleyball (Grades 4-9)
Field Biology (Grades 5-6)                                                 Weight Training (Grades 9-12) ​June 11-July 26
Gymnastics (Grades K-3)                                                    Wrestling (Grades K-8)
Hawks’ Nest Junior (Grades 6-8)
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