Green Bay Area Public School District 2015 Summer School Offerings Grades K 12

 
Green Bay Area Public School District
              2015 Summer School Offerings
                      Grades K – 12

Content/Information                                       Page
Overview/General Directions                                2-3
K-8 Enrichment (non-credit) Summer School Offerings       4-13
Middle School Matters – 6th grade orientation              14
Freshman Forward – 9th grade orientation                   15
9-12 High School Credit-Earning Summer School Offerings   16-20
Online Course Request Instructions                        22-23
Course Request Form for paper registration                 24
Enrollment Form (non-GBAPS students only)                  25
Transportation Instructions (Wilder & Beaumont only)       26
Transportation Request Form (Wilder & Beaumont only)       27

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March 2015

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Welcome to the Green Bay Area Public School District’s Summer School Offerings. The 2015 Summer School booklet contains courses for
elementary, middle, and high school students.

Who is eligible to enroll?
  1. Students who live within the Green Bay School District resident boundaries and meet the admittance requirements.
  2. Students who are currently enrolled by choice, but not necessarily residency, in the Green Bay Schools and meet the admittance requirements.
  3. Students who live in the Green Bay School District boundaries, but choose to attend a school outside of the district are not eligible to enroll in
      summer Physical Education or Personal Fitness.

What are the dates for enrollment?
  1. Applications must be submitted within the three week open registration window from March 30 – April 17, 2015. The district retains the right to
      cancel courses if enrollment is too low.
  2. Confirmation of enrollment will be sent to the parent/guardian by June 5, 2015. Mark your calendar with the dates and times of the courses you
      requested, as no follow-up reminders are sent after the initial confirmation, nor if changes are made following the initial confirmation notice.
  3. For students who have failed a course required for graduation that is included in the 2015 summer offerings, the last registration date will be
      June 19, 2015. Due to the late nature of these requests, written confirmations will not be mailed, so please show up for your requested course
      unless you receive a call from GBAPS that this class is not available.

What is the enrollment process?
  1. OPTION 1: All middle and high school students who have an active student portal and login information can register online from March 30 –
      April 17, 2015. Please refer to the Online Course Request Instructions in this booklet. If you are requesting busing to Beaumont or Wilder,
      please send your transportation request form to: Green Bay Area Public Schools, ATTN: Summer School, 200 South Broadway, Green Bay,
      Wisconsin 54303.
  2. OPTION 2: All elementary students and secondary students without student portal access should complete the Course Request and
      Transportation Request forms, and send them to: Green Bay Area Public Schools, ATTN: Summer School, 200 South Broadway, Green Bay,
      Wisconsin 54303.
  3. If the number of enrollments exceeds the capacity of a particular offering, a lottery for entrance will be implemented. Your completed course
      request form or online request must be at the Green Bay District Office, ATTN: Summer School, 200 South Broadway, Green Bay, no later
      than April 17, 2015, in order to be considered for placement in a course that requires a lottery process.

Questions?
  1. Email: summerschool@gbaps.org
  2. Call 920-448-2000 and ask for Summer School assistance.

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Grades K- 8 Enrichment Courses:
Summer School enrichment offerings for students are designed to provide extended learning opportunities to strengthen or enhance skills.
All K-8 enrichment classes at Wilder and Beaumont Elementary Schools will be run in two sessions, and participants will have the opportunity to take
up to two classes per session for a total of up to four classes. Classes will run Monday – Friday, and lunch will be served from 12:00 to 12:30 pm on
site at each school.
       Session 1: June 22 – July 10, 2015
             1A: Period A – 9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
             1B: Period B – 10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
       Session 2: July 13 – July 31, 2015
             2A: Period A – 9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
             2B: Period B – 10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Lunch will be served from 12:00 to 12:30 p.m. on site at each school. The lunch program will be free of charge.

Middle School Matters - 6th Grade Orientation:
Middle School Matters is an orientation program for all incoming 6th grade students that is held at each Middle School in the Green Bay Area Public
School District. Please see page 16 for additional information.

Freshman Forward – 9th Grade Orientation:
Freshman Forward is an orientation program for all incoming 9th grade students that is held at each High School in the Green Bay Area Public School
District. Please see page 17 for additional information.

Grades 9-12 Credit-Earning Courses:
This program supports high school students who need to complete an incomplete course, complete a deficiency, or gain credit to open up the regular
year schedule. Classes will run Monday – Friday.
All grade 9-12 credit-earning classes will run in one or both of the following sessions as indicated in the coursebook schedule:
        Session 1: June 22 – July 17, 2015
        Session 2: July 20 – August 14, 2015

PLEASE NOTE: Course expectations for credit courses mirror those of the regular year, including assignments and final exams. State and local
standards/benchmarks are covered. All school rules for attendance and behavior are enforced. Disruptive students may be removed from the class so
the learning experience can remain positive for other class members.

ATTENDANCE: Due to the compressed schedule, students are expected to attend every day. Family vacations, trips, and camps are not
excused absences. Summer school is not the best option if such plans are already in place.

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Grades K-8 Enrichment Summer School Course Descriptions

    Course #          Session #            Period          Location     Course Title                                                Description                                                     Grade in
                                                                                                                                                                                                    2015-2016
ELMSS0030-1AB   1 (June 22-July10)    A&B (9:00-12:00)   Beaumont     Smart Starters    This course for incoming kindergarten children is designed to help them experience the school            Entering:
                                                                                        setting, begin some skills for kindergarten, meet and play with other children, and know what to         Kindergarten
ELMSS0030-2AB   2 (July 13-July 31)   A&B (9:00-12:00)   Beaumont                       practice during the rest of the summer. Together, we'll get your child's formal education off to the
                                                                                        right start. In this summer course we will focus on developing routines to shape reading and math
                                                                                        skills. We will develop these skills through movement, shared reading, shared writing, music,
                                                                                        hands on activities and games. This course will explore exciting literature, while strengthening
                                                                                        students’ abilities in reading and math.

ELMSS0010-1AB   1 (June 22-July10)    A&B (9:00-12:00)   Wilder       Kindergarten’s    Are you as excited for kindergarten as we are? Well don’t wait, sign up today! This course is            Entering:
                                                                      Great, We Can’t   designed for incoming 5 year old kindergarten children. Throughout this course we will explore           Kindergarten
ELMSS0010-2AB   2 (July 13-July 31)   A&B (9:00-12:00)   Wilder       Wait!             literature, participate in hands-on math experiences, and engage in art, music, and movement
                                                                                        activities. Come join us and get a head start into the fun and exciting world of kindergarten.

ELMSS0011-2A    2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)     Wilder       Beinvenidos al    Is your child feeling a little nervous about entering kindergarten, or are they just plain excited?      Entering:
ELMSS0011-2B    2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)    Wilder       Kindergarten      This class is designed to help incoming kindergarteners feel at ease at school, which will pave          Kindergarten
                                                                      (Spanish          the way for a smoother transition in the fall. Students will get a taste of school routines and rules,
                                                                      Speakers)         while participating in a variety of fun learning activities. Please note that this class will be
                                                                                        conducted in Spanish and is intended for students who will be entering a bilingual kindergarten
                                                                                        class in the fall.

ELMSS0021-1A    1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)     Wilder       Rhymes and        Have fun rhyming your way through the summer with Rhymes and Reading. We will be using                   Entering:
ELMSS0021-1B    1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)    Wilder       Reading           nursery rhymes, songs, movement breaks, art activities, and snack projects to help develop               Kindergarten
                                                                                        alphabet knowledge, rhyming words, and following the words in a poem or song using one-to-               Grade 1
ELMSS0021-2A    2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)     Wilder                         one matching in print.
ELMSS0021-2B    2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)    Wilder

ELMSS0027-1A    1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)     Beaumont     Krafty Kids       We will create an assortment of art projects based on some of our favorite stories and authors!          Entering:
ELMSS0027-1B    1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)    Beaumont                       We will explore Eric Carle, Leo Lionni, Victoria Kann (Pinkalicious!) and MANY more! We will             Kindergarten
                                                                                        paint, draw, create and morph everyday objects into masterpieces! Our class will conclude by             Grade 1
                                                                                        creating a scrapbook/journal to showcase all the fun we had! Come join us for some creative
                                                                                        crafting and tons of fun! See you there!

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Course #         Session #            Period         Location     Course Title                                                Description                                                    Grade in
                                                                                                                                                                                                 2015-2016
ELMSSRB20-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder       Bilingual         This course will provide students in Bilingual Kindergarten, Bilingual First Grade and Bilingual        Entering:
ELMSSRB20-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder       Reading, Grades   Second Grade with the opportunity to practice and improve reading and writing skills in a fun and       Kindergarten
ELMSSRB20-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont     K-2               an engaging way. This class will help students to maintain and improve their skills through read        Grade 1
ELMSSRB20-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont                       alouds, independent practice, and small group instruction tailored to your child’s specific literacy    Grade 2
                                                                                      needs. It is easy to forget reading strategies over the long summer, this class will help your child
                                                                                      be prepared and ready to start the new school year in fall.
ELMSSRB20-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder
ELMSSRB20-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder
ELMSSRB20-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont
ELMSSRB20-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont

ELMSSMB20-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder       Bilingual Math,   This course will provide students in Bilingual Kindergarten, Bilingual First Grade and Bilingual        Entering:
ELMSSMB20-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder       Grades K-2        Second Grade with the opportunity to practice and improve math skills in a fun and an engaging          Kindergarten
ELMSSMB20-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont                       way. This class will help students to maintain and improve their skills through whole group             Grade 1
ELMSSMB20-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont                       instruction, independent practice, and small group instruction tailored to your child’s specific math   Grade 2
                                                                                      needs. It is easy to forget important math skills over the long summer, this class will help your
                                                                                      child be prepared and ready to start the new school year in fall.
ELMSSMB20-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder
ELMSSMB20-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder
ELMSSMB20-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont
ELMSSMB20-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont

ELMSS0054-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder       Ready Bodies,     Ready Bodies, Learning Minds is a multi-sensory approach to learning developed for 4, 5, and 6          Entering:
ELMSS0054-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder       Learning Minds    year old children to give them the foundation necessary to succeed in school. This program              Kindergarten
                                                                                      develops visual, auditory, balance, fine and gross motor readiness skills, music and rhythm             Grade 1
ELMSS0054-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder                         abilities which are all essential for classroom and academic success. These activities also             Grade 2
ELMSS0054-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder                         improve the child’s physical fitness, strength, coordination and ability to pay attention. Research
                                                                                      has shown significant improvement in math and reading abilities by students who have
                                                                                      participated in this class. Once these readiness skills are in place, children will have the
                                                                                      foundation necessary to succeed in school.

ELMSS0036-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder       Books, Crafts,    This course is geared towards kindergarten, first, and second graders, emergent readers who             Entering:
ELMSS0036-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder       and Snacks        enjoy a good book, crafts, and tasty themed snacks! Each week features a popular contemporary           Kindergarten
                                                                                      children’s author, whom students will explore through reading different books, creating fun and         Grade 1
ELMSS0036-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder                         exciting crafts, and celebrating the author through a delicious themed snack! This course helps         Grade 2
ELMSS0036-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder                         young students develop the basic reading strategies they will use the following school year to
                                                                                      find success as an emergent reader! This hands-on course is the perfect example of fun and
                                                                                      exciting learning. Your child is sure to develop a love for reading, exploring, and learning through
                                                                                      this course! We look forward to reading, crafting, and snacking with you!

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Course #         Session #            Period         Location     Course Title                                               Description                                                    Grade in
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ELMSS0170-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder       Summer Fitness    Do you want to be fit and healthy while having fun at the same time? Then Summer Fitness and           Entering:
ELMSS0170-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder       & Fun             Fun is the place to be‼ Play a different game every day including soccer, tag games, water             Kindergarten
                                                                    Grades K-2        balloons, Capture the Flag, Army Navy and more!! Stay active and make healthy choices as you           Grade 1
ELMSS0170-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder                         learn about honesty, respect, caring, good sportsmanship, responsibility, and teamwork through         Grade 2
ELMSS0170-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder                         games!

ELMSS0034-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont     Discovering       Discovering Through Disney will take a journey through familiar Disney themes to strengthen            Entering:
ELMSS0034-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont     Through Disney    your students writing, math, spelling and reading along with having a ton of fun! Discovering          Kindergarten
                                                                                      Through Disney will explore books, manipulatives, video clips, songs, educational games and            Grade 1
ELMSS0034-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont                       hands on projects. Students Kindergarten through Second grade are welcome to take the                  Grade 2
ELMSS0034-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont                       voyage of learning and fun.

ELMSS0052-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder       Introduction to   In this fun and exciting class, students will discover a new language through art, music, games,       Entering:
ELMSS0052-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder       Elementary        and other activities. Students will learn colors, numbers, family vocabulary, food vocabulary, and     Kindergarten
                                                                    Spanish           school vocabulary as well expressing likes and dislikes in Spanish. Art projects will also help        Grade 1
                                                                                      students to understand and appreciate Hispanic culture and practice vocabulary learned in class.       Grade 2
                                                                                                                                                                                             Grade 3

ELMSS0082-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder       Cooking Cadets    Cooking Cadets is back for the second year! With a combination of hands-on cooking                     Entering:
ELMSS0082-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder                         opportunities and community experiences, “Cooking Cadets” is offered to students of all                Kindergarten
                                                                                      capabilities. We will focus on preparing students to be healthy individuals by exploring creative      Grade 1
ELMSS0082-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder                         ways to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Students will create their own personal recipe book that has     Grade 2
ELMSS0082-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder                         simple creations they can take pride in making on their own. Sign-up and join in on our trips to       Grade 3
                                                                                      local food hotspots, creating delicious snacks, and building life-long friendships!                    Grade 4
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                                                                                                                                                                                             Grade 6
                                                                                                                                                                                             Grade 7
                                                                                                                                                                                             Grade 8
ELMSS0081-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder       Pom and Dance     Dance your way into summer! We will move and groove with fun stretches, movements, skills              Entering:
ELMSS0081-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder                         and a routine as we learn different styles of Pom and Dance! We will learn the styles of pom pom       Kindergarten
                                                                                      and hip hop dancing. The children will work as a group to perform movements and skills in a            Grade 1
                                                                                      short routine. They will learn to work as a team to improve their social skills, responsibility, and   Grade 2
                                                                                      sportsmanship while being active and staying physically fit! Come dance your way into an               Grade 3
                                                                                      exciting class filled with music and moves!                                                            Grade 4
                                                                                                                                                                                             Grade 5
                                                                                                                                                                                             Grade 6
                                                                                                                                                                                             Grade 7
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Course #         Session #            Period         Location     Course Title                                               Description                                                 Grade in
                                                                                                                                                                                             2015-2016
ELMSS0053-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder       Kinder            Come join the fun of learning while cooking! You get to TASTE and EAT every recipe you make!!        Entering:
ELMSS0053-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder       Krunchies:        Yummy! By combining food with hands-on activities, children engage in learning basic skills in an    Grade 1
                                                                    Kid Friendly      interesting way. Learn skills such as reading, measuring, sorting, creativity, and direction-        Grade 2
ELMSS0053-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder       Snacks and Fun    following. In Kinder Krunchies, you will learn about kitchen safety and rules; about kitchen
ELMSS0053-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder       Food              utensils and how to use them; learn how to read, write, and follow directions and recipes, and
                                                                                      make fun edible crafts.

ELMSS0123-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder       Las matematicas   This class, designed for bilingual students finishing kindergarten and 1st grade, will take math     Entering:
ELMSS0123-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder       maravillosas      skills students have learned during the year and apply them to real-life situations. We will use     Grade 1
                                                                                      children’s books, games, and other fun activities to keep our math skills sharp! Please note:        Grade 2
                                                                                      This class will be conducted in Spanish.

ELMSSR160-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder       On the Road       Students will continue instruction in reading with more intensive work on phonics and language       Entering:
ELMSSR160-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder       to Reading-       development. This session will focus on the techniques used in the district’s balanced literacy      Grade 1
ELMSSR160-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont     Grade 1-2         approach that is used during the regular school year to further advance students reading             Grade 2
ELMSSR160-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont                       success.

ELMSSR160-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder
ELMSSR160-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder
ELMSSR160-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont
ELMSSR160-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont

ELMSSM180-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder       On the Road       Students will continue instruction in math with more intensive work on numeracy math skills.         Entering:
ELMSSM180-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder       to Math -         This session will focus on the techniques used in the district’s math approach that is used during   Grade 1
ELMSSM180-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont     Grade 1-2         the regular school year to further students’ success in math.                                        Grade 2
ELMSSM180-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont

ELMSSM180-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder
ELMSSM180-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder
ELMSSM180-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont
ELMSSM180-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont

ELMSS0125-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont     Marvelous         Do you want to help your child develop a strong number sense and become a confident                  Entering:
ELMSS0125-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont     Mathematicians!   mathematician? This course is designed to do just that! Children will have so much fun playing       Grade 1
                                                                                      math games and participating in engaging, hands-on small group activities all designed to further    Grade 2
ELMSS0125-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont                       their current mathematical understanding and skills. The fun won’t stop at summer school!
ELMSS0125-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont                       Students will also receive math games that they will be able to bring home and play.

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Course #         Session #            Period         Location     Course Title                                              Description                                                Grade in
                                                                                                                                                                                           2015-2016
ELMSS0039-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont     Summer Spanish   Students participating in Summer Spanish will learn about and experience many customs and           Entering:
ELMSS0039-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont                      traditions celebrated in Spanish speaking countries. Throughout the course, we will create papel    Grade 1
                                                                                     picado, maracas, cascarones, and God’s Eyes (Ojos de Dios). We will also celebrate Day of the       Grade 2
                                                                                     Dead and Cinco de Mayo. The course will end with a fiesta on the last day, complete with            Grade 3
                                                                                     traditional foods and music. The students will also be introduced to basic Spanish vocabulary
                                                                                     including colors, shapes, numbers, the alphabet, clothing, body parts, weather, emotions, and
                                                                                     the list goes on! The goal of the course is to spark an interest in learning a second language
                                                                                     while having fun at the same time!

ELMSS0138-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont     Camping Capers   Go on an adventure in this course that is all about camping. Learn about the great outdoors and     Entering:
ELMSS0138-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont                      things you can see and do in the forest. Create your own tools that campers use and snacks that     Grade 1
                                                                                     they enjoy. This course will support reading, writing and math skills.                              Grade 2
ELMSS0138-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont                                                                                                                          Grade 3
ELMSS0138-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont

ELMSS0143-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder       Fairy Tales      CALLING ALL FAIRY TALE FRIENDS!                                                                     Entering:
ELMSS0143-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder                        Do your children love being read to, listening to, and watching Fairy Tales? This is the class to   Grade 1
                                                                                     take! Over the course of three weeks we will be taking a look at a different fairy tale book each   Grade 2
ELMSS0143-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder                        day. There will be reading time, art projects, writing time, and share time each day. On some       Grade 3
ELMSS0143-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder                        days there will be a special short video to accompany the book that was read. Come join in on       Grade 4
                                                                                     the fun!

ELMSS0144-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder       Yummy Treats     Come, make, and enjoy yummy treats that are not only delicious, but good for you, too! We will      Entering:
ELMSS0144-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder       and Spanish      make grape worms, fishies on a log, apple cars, and more! As we put our culinary skills to the      Grade 1
                                                                    Too!             test, we will also be learning numbers and food vocabulary in Spanish. Don’t forget that we’ll be   Grade 2
ELMSS0144-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder                        creating art projects, singing songs, playing games and reading fascinating books.                  Grade 3
ELMSS0144-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder                                                                                                                            Grade 4

ELMSS0153-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont     Pizza, Pizza &   Pizza! Pizza! and So Much More!! is a class that will help create young cooks who specialize in     Entering:
ELMSS0153-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont     So Much More!    making pizza, donuts, cookies, smoothies and more. The more will involve making tie blankets,       Grade 1
                                                                                     animal toys and other projects. Students will learn about all the measuring tools involved in       Grade 2
ELMSS0153-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont                      cooking and making tie blankets. The entire course will be a “hands on” process and students        Grade 3
ELMSS0153-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont                      will learn how to use a recipe book and take home the recipe book which is used in the class.       Grade 4
                                                                                                                                                                                         Grade 5

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Course #         Session #            Period         Location     Course Title                                                 Description                                                    Grade in
                                                                                                                                                                                                  2015-2016
ELMSS0154-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder       Digital Design    Do you like playing on the computer? Would you like to learn how to create fun projects using             Entering:
ELMSS0154-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder                         the World Wide Web? Well this is the class for you‼ During summer school you will have a                  Grade 1
                                                                                      chance to try out computer programs like Voki, Glogster, Animoto, Wordle, Prezi and more. But             Grade 2
ELMSS0154-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder                         that’s not all. You will learn how to import photos, videos and song using a digital camera, iPad         Grade 3
ELMSS0154-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder                         and the internet. By the end of summer school you will have a collection of exciting computer             Grade 4
                                                                                      projects to show off to your friends and family! Sign up today and spending your summer                   Grade 5
                                                                                      surfing…the web that is!

ELMSS0225-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont     Make & Take       Is your favorite part of math playing math games? Do you like playing with cards, dice, or board          Entering:
ELMSS0225-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont     Math Games        games? How would you like to learn how to make your own math games to play at home with                   Grade 2
                                                                                      your family or friends? In this class we will be literally making math fun. We will be making our         Grade 3
ELMSS0225-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont                       own math games to learn our addition and subtraction facts as well as understanding place
ELMSS0225-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont                       value. Everything you make you get to take home! How exciting is that!

ELMSS0370-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder       Lights, Camera,   Have you always wanted to be on TV? Do you like to write stories about things that are                    Entering:
ELMSS0370-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder       Action!           happening around you? Well, you are in luck because this class lets you do both! We will be               Grade 2
                                                                                      creating our own Summer School News Broadcast and turning it into a real on camera movie you              Grade 3
                                                                                      will get to share with friends and family. You will get to write, film, read, and act. Are you a little   Grade 4
                                                                                      camera shy? Don’t worry! We need people behind the scenes as well. This class will use                    Grade 5
                                                                                      different computer programs and your writing expertise to produce a one of a kind news
                                                                                      broadcast that you won’t want to miss!

ELMSS0380-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont     Piano Pals        Learn how to play the piano in this piano lab keyboard class. Students with reading skills will           Entering:
ELMSS0380-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont     Keyboard          enhance their musical abilities by learning basic piano/keyboard techniques on individual                 Grade 2
                                                                                      keyboards in a piano lab setting. Learn note names, rhythmic reading, and percussion styles               Grade 3
ELMSS0380-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont                       while playing familiar folk songs on your own electronic piano.                                           Grade 4
ELMSS0380-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont                                                                                                                                 Grade 5

ELMSS0395-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont     Wacky Wonders     Be a scientist! You will perform science experiments to discover how to make ice cream without            Entering:
ELMSS0395-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont     of the            a freezer. You will also make volcanoes and watch them erupt. You will use hands on learning to           Grade 2
                                                                    Science World     discover such things like how food coloring affects celery. Get ready to complete wild and                Grade 3
ELMSS0395-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont                       wacky experiments as you learn about the scientific method.                                               Grade 4
ELMSS0395-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont                                                                                                                                 Grade 5

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Course #         Session #            Period         Location     Course Title                                                Description                                                  Grade in
                                                                                                                                                                                               2015-2016
ELMSS0272-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont     Mathematicians     This course will help students strengthen their math skills while having fun experimenting with       Entering:
ELMSS0272-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont     & Science          science. Say “goodbye” to boring math worksheets and “hello” to problem solving and                   Grade 2
                                                                    Magicians          investigating. Measurement skills will be essential for cooking/ measuring things. Put your           Grade 3
ELMSS0272-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont                        problem solving skills to use in a “Minute to Win It” contest. We will explore money through          Grade 4
ELMSS0272-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont                        shopping, and determine whether it does “burn” holes in peoples’ pockets. This course is open to      Grade 5
                                                                                       students of all levels.

ELMSS0350-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder       Around the         Grab your suitcase and your passport! You’re headed on a 15 day trip around the world! While          Entering:
ELMSS0350-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder       World in 15 Days   you travel you will make and sample foods, learn music, play games and read stories about the         Grade 2
                                                                                       countries you’re visiting. It will be an adventure of a life time!                                    Grade 3
ELMSS0350-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder                                                                                                                                Grade 4
ELMSS0350-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder                                                                                                                                Grade 5
                                                                                                                                                                                             Grade 6

ELMSSR450-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder       On the Road        Students will continue instruction in reading with more intensive work on phonics and language        Entering:
ELMSSR450-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder       to Reading-        development. This session will focus on the techniques used in the district’s balanced literacy       Grade 3
ELMSSR450-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont     Grade 3-4          approach that is used during the regular school year to further advance students reading              Grade 4
ELMSSR450-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont                        success.

ELMSSR450-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder
ELMSSR450-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder
ELMSSR450-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont
ELMSSR450-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont

ELMSSM333-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder       On the Road        Students will continue instruction in math with more intensive work on numeracy math skills.          Entering:
ELMSSM333-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder       to Math -          This session will focus on the techniques used in the district’s math approach that is used during    Grade 3
ELMSSM333-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont     Grade 3-4          the regular school year to further students’ success in math.                                         Grade 4
ELMSSM333-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont

ELMSSM333-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder
ELMSSM333-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder
ELMSSM333-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont
ELMSSM333-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont

ELMSS0460-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder       Summer Fitness     Do you want to be fit and healthy while having fun at the same time? Then, Summer Fitness and         Entering:
ELMSS0460-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder       & Fun              Fun is the place to be‼ Play a different game every day including soccer, tag games, water            Grade 3
                                                                    Grades 3-4         balloons, Capture the Flag, Army Navy and more!! Stay active and make healthy choices as you          Grade 4
ELMSS0460-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder                          learn about honesty, respect, caring, good sportsmanship, responsibility, and teamwork through
ELMSS0460-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder                          games!

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Course #         Session #            Period         Location     Course Title                                                Description                                                     Grade in
                                                                                                                                                                                                  2015-2016
ELMSSRB50-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder       Bilingual         This course will provide students in Bilingual Third Grade, Bilingual Fourth Grade and Bilingual          Entering:
ELMSSRB50-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder       Reading,          Fifth Grade with the opportunity to practice and improve reading and writing skills in a fun and an       Grade 3
ELMSSRB50-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont     Grades 3-5        engaging way. This class will help students to maintain and improve their skills through read             Grade 4
ELMSSRB50-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont                       alouds, independent practice, and small group instruction tailored to your child’s specific literacy      Grade 5
                                                                                      needs. It is easy to forget reading strategies over the long summer, this class will help your child
                                                                                      be prepared and ready to start the new school year in fall.
ELMSSRB50-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder
ELMSSRB50-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder
ELMSSRB50-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont
ELMSSRB50-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont

ELMSSMB50-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder       Bilingual Math,   This course will provide students in Bilingual Third Grade, Bilingual Fourth Grade and Bilingual          Entering:
ELMSSMB50-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder       Grades 3-5        Fifth Grade with the opportunity to practice and improve math skills in a fun and an engaging             Grade 3
ELMSSMB50-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont                       way. This class will help students to maintain and improve their skills through whole group               Grade 4
ELMSSMB50-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont                       instruction, independent practice, and small group instruction tailored to your child’s specific math     Grade 5
                                                                                      needs. It is easy to forget important math skills over the long summer, this class will help your
                                                                                      child be prepared and ready to start the new school year in fall.
ELMSSMB50-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder
ELMSSMB50-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder
ELMSSMB50-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont
ELMSSMB50-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont

ELMSS0330-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder       Computer          Students will have a blast creating their very own “computer creations” in this course. Using             Entering:
ELMSS0330-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder       Creations         Microsoft Word, the internet, and other programs on the computer, students will learn how to              Grade 3
                                                                                      create letters, postcards, puzzles, greeting cards, invitations, and much more! This is a great           Grade 4
                                                                                      class for anyone interested in computers or would like to make their own computer creations.              Grade 5

ELMSS0337-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont     Young Einsteins   This course is an introduction to the scientific method. Students will have the opportunity               Entering:
ELMSS0337-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont                       perform fun and engaging experiments to explore various areas of science that include: physical           Grade 3
                                                                                      science, earth science, life science, and chemistry.                                                      Grade 4
ELMSS0337-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont                                                                                                                                 Grade 5
ELMSS0337-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont

ELMSS0361-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont     Sports of All     In “Sports of All Sorts”, students will participate in lead up activities and games that reinforce the    Entering:
ELMSS0361-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont     Sorts             necessary skills to be successful in recreational and competitive sports. Skills include: locomotor       Grade 3
                                                                                      movements (running, hopping, skipping, jumping, galloping, side slide, etc.), non-locomotor               Grade 4
ELMSS0361-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont                       movements (squat, lunge, sit-up, push-up, plank, jumping jacks, skier jumps, etc.), flexibility           Grade 5
ELMSS0361-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont                       exercises, overhand throw, underhand throw, underhand roll, catching (stationary and moving),
                                                                                      kicking, dodging and fleeing. Nutrition and health concepts such as the 5 food groups, heart
                                                                                      disease risk factors, muscles, bones and the 5 components of fitness will also taught during
                                                                                      cooperative and individual activities

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Course #         Session #            Period         Location     Course Title                                                 Description                                                    Grade in
                                                                                                                                                                                                  2015-2016
ELMSS0342-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont     Construction and   Can you construct a bridge that can hold the most weight? Can you design a solar oven that can           Entering:
ELMSS0342-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont     Destruction        melt a marshmallow? Can you build a protective device that can keep an egg from breaking as it           Grade 3
                                                                                       plummets to its death? And only using the items given to you in a paper bag? In the next 3               Grade 4
ELMSS0342-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont                        weeks you will compete as a team in challenges that test your creativity, flexibility, and strength      Grade 5
ELMSS0342-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont                        in solving these problems as well as many more. Each day you will receive a paper bag filled             Grade 6
                                                                                       with items that will help your team succeed! Come join the competition if you think you're up for
                                                                                       the challenge!

ELMSS0480-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont     Summer Musical     This summer’s musical will incorporate singing, dancing and acting all into one fun summer               Entering:
ELMSS0480-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont                        activity. Students will actively participate in this musical experience by creating the set, locating    Grade 3
                                                                                       costumes and performing. At the end of the session, we will proudly display our musical talents          Grade 4
ELMSS0480-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder                          for our families and the community to enjoy!                                                             Grade 5
ELMSS0480-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder                                                                                                                                   Grade 6

ELMSS0441-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder       Super Science      Are you into making your own lava lamp, balloon rocket, or bouncy ball? If so, Super Science is          Entering:
ELMSS0441-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder                          the course for you! Each day you’ll conduct higher level chemistry and physics experiments. We           Grade 4
                                                                                       will learn challenging and complex science concepts in a fun and engaging way! This course will          Grade 5
ELMSS0441-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder                          be new and improved from the course last year!                                                           Grade 6
ELMSS0441-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder

ELMSS0570-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder       Exciting Board     Do you enjoy playing board games? Exciting Board Games will introduce you to new games that              Entering:
ELMSS0570-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder       Games              are popular around the world. We will be playing classics such as Chess and Backgammon, as               Grade 4
                                                                                       well as soon to be classics like Settlers of Catan, Ticket to Ride and others. We will work on           Grade 5
ELMSS0570-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder                          saving people from fires (on the game, of course) and from deadly epidemics. Perhaps you will            Grade 6
ELMSS0570-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder                          want to save the treasures before the island collapses, or recreate battles from World War II. We        Grade 7
                                                                                       will also learn some classic card games, including cribbage, canasta and Euchre. This class will         Grade 8
                                                                                       teach you how to think outside the box, work with others, and pick up some history as well!

ELMSSR555-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder       On the Road        Students will continue instruction in reading with more intensive work on phonics and language           Entering:
ELMSSR555-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder       to Reading-        development. This session will focus on the techniques used in the district’s balanced literacy          Grade 5
ELMSSR555-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont     Grade 5-6          approach that is used during the regular school year to further advance students reading                 Grade 6
ELMSSR555-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont                        success.

ELMSSR555-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder
ELMSSR555-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder
ELMSSR555-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont
ELMSSR555-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont

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Course #         Session #            Period         Location     Course Title                                              Description                                                  Grade in
                                                                                                                                                                                             2015-2016
ELMSSM550-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder       On the Road      Students will continue instruction in math with more intensive work on numeracy math skills.          Entering:
ELMSSM550-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder       to Math -        This session will focus on the techniques used in the district’s math approach that is used during    Grade 5
ELMSSM550-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont     Grade 5-6        the regular school year to further students’ success in math.                                         Grade 6
ELMSSM550-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont

ELMSSM550-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder
ELMSSM550-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder
ELMSSM550-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Beaumont
ELMSSM550-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Beaumont

ELMSS0525-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder       Summer Fitness   Do you want to be fit and healthy while having fun at the same time? Then, Summer Fitness and         Entering:
ELMSS0525-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder       & Fun Grades     Fun is the place to be‼ Play a different game every day including soccer, tag games, water            Grade 5
                                                                    5-6              balloons, Capture the Flag, Army Navy and more!! Stay active and make healthy choices as you          Grade 6
ELMSS0525-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder                        learn about honesty, respect, caring, good sportsmanship, responsibility, and teamwork through
ELMSS0525-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder                        games!

ELMSS0485-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder       Sports           Do you want to be fit and healthy while having fun at the same time? Then, Summer Fitness and         Entering:
ELMSS0485-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder       Exploratory      Fun is the place to be‼ Play a different game every day including soccer, tag games, water            Grade 5
                                                                                     balloons, Capture the Flag, Army Navy and more!! Stay active and make healthy choices as you          Grade 6
ELMSS0485-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder                        learn about honesty, respect, caring, good sportsmanship, responsibility, and teamwork through        Grade 7
ELMSS0485-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder                        games!                                                                                                Grade 8

ELMSS0561-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder       Strategy Games   Want to conquer the world? Or maybe save it from the spread of a pandemic? This course is a           Entering:
ELMSS0561-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder                        place to learn about and play a variety of games that develop forethought, planning, diplomacy,       Grade 6
                                                                                     gamesmanship, and of course, strategy! Games range from large-scale (Risk, Axis and Allies,           Grade 7
ELMSS0561-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder                        Civilization, Pandemic) to small (Chess, Lost Cities, Scotland Yard, Elder Sign) and many more.       Grade 8
ELMSS0561-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder                        If you’re an experienced game player or just curious and want to learn, this class is for you!
                                                                                     Course attendees are encouraged to bring games of their own, too.
MIDSS0610-1A   1 (June 22-July10)    A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder       Electronics &    How is electricity generated? What happens in an electrical circuit? In this class you will use       Entering:
MIDSS0610-1B   1 (June 22-July10)    B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder       Energy           electronic components to put together electrical circuits and experiment with power generation        Grade 7
                                                                                     including wind and solar power. You will also be able to build your own electronic project to take    Grade 8
                                                                                     home.

MIDSS0750-2A   2 (July 13-July 31)   A (9:00-10:30)    Wilder       Robotics         Have you ever wanted to build your own wireless, remote-controlled vehicle? Using various             Entering:
MIDSS0750-2B   2 (July 13-July 31)   B (10:30-12:00)   Wilder                        components, you and your team will build vehicles for three competitions:                             Grade 7
                                                                                     1. Test your driving skills in a timed obstacle course.                                               Grade 8
                                                                                     2. See if you can push out another team’s robot out of the ring in a “Sumo-bot” competition.
                                                                                     3. See how fast you can pick up objects and move them through a course.

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Middle School Matters
                                                          Incoming 6th grade students

  Course #        Session #        Period       Location      Course Title                                        Description                                             Grade in
                                                                                                                                                                          2015-2016

MIDSS0600-1A   Aug 11-13      A (8:00-11:00)   Aldo          Middle School   Middle school students need greater organizational skills, study strategies, and          Entering:
MIDSS0600-1B   Aug 11-13      B (12:00-3:00)                 Matters –       interpersonal skills to be successful than they used in the elementary grades. This       Grade 6
                                                             6th Grade       session will go beyond the procedures of middle school to help students strengthen
MIDSS0600-1A   Aug 18-20      A (8:00-11:00)   Edison        Middle School   their study skills, develop personal assets and attributes for success, and learn about
MIDSS0600-1B   Aug 18-20      B (12:00-3:00)                 Orientation     peer mediation and coping with peer pressure in a larger school setting.
MIDSS0600-1A   Aug 18-20      A (8:00-11:00)   Franklin
MIDSS0600-1B   Aug 18-20      B (12:00-3:00)                                 This is a three-day orientation program offered either:
MIDSS0600-1A   Aug 18-20      A (8:00-11:00)   Lombardi                      8:00 – 11:00 AM or 12:00 – 3:00 PM for all three days.
MIDSS0600-1B   Aug 18-20      B (12:00-3:00)                                 Please sign up for only one course per student.
MIDSS0600-1A   Aug 18-20      A (8:00-11:00)   Red Smith
MIDSS0600-1B   Aug 18-20      B (12:00-3:00)
MIDSS0600-1A   Aug 18-20      A (8:00-11:00)   Washington
MIDSS0600-1B   Aug 18-20      B (12:00-3:00)

MIDSSB600-1A   Aug 18-20      A (8:00-11:00)   Edison only   Middle School   Middle school students need greater organizational skills, study strategies, and          Entering:
MIDSSB600-1B   Aug 18-20      B (12:00-3:00)                 Matters for     interpersonal skills to be successful than they used in the elementary grades. This       Grade 6
                                               For Spanish   Spanish         session will go beyond the procedures of middle school to help students strengthen
                                               Speakers      Speakers –      their study skills, develop personal assets and attributes for success, and learn about   Spanish
                                                             6th Grade       peer mediation and coping with peer pressure in a larger school setting.                  Speakers
                                                             Middle School   For Spanish Speakers
                                                             Orientation
                                                                             This is a three-day orientation program offered either:
                                                                             8:00 – 11:00 AM or 12:00 – 3:00 PM for all three days.
                                                                             Please sign up for only one course per student.

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Freshman Forward
                                                                Incoming 9th grade students

   Course #        Session #             Period         Location    Course Title                                       Description                                            Grade in
                                                                                                                                                                              2015-2016

OTHSS0900-1A    1(Aug 17-18)         A (8:00-11:00)    East        Freshman        High school should be approached as an adventure! This workshop will enable             Entering:
OTHSS0900-1B    1(Aug 17-18)         B (12:00-3:00)                Forward –       incoming freshmen to experience what high school is all about. From learning their      Grade 9
OTHSS0900-1A    1(Aug 17-18)         A (8:00-11:00)    Preble      9th Grade       way around the building, understanding credits, hearing about exciting activities,
OTHSS0900-1B    1(Aug 17-18)         B (12:00-3:00)                High School     walking through a typical day, making new friends, and learning useful insider tips
OTHSS0900-1A    1(Aug 17-18)         A (8:00-11:00)    Southwest   Orientation     from those “in-the-know” (high school special guests), prospective freshmen will have
OTHSS0900-1B    1(Aug 17-18)         B (12:00-3:00)                                a head start on their high school career before the start of school in September. An
                                                                                   added bonus will be getting a sneak preview of their new schedule.
OTHSS0900-2A    2(Aug 19-20)         A (8:00-11:00)    Preble
OTHSS0900-2B    2(Aug 19-20)         B (12:00-3:00)                                Sessions 1 and 2 are two-day sessions offered either
OTHSS0900-2A    2(Aug 19-20)         A (8:00-11:00)    West                        8:00 – 11:00 or 12:00 – 3:00 for both days.
OTHSS0900-2B    2(Aug 19-20)         B (12:00-3:00)

OTHSS0900-3AB   3(Aug 21)            AB (8:00-11:00)   Preble                      Session 3 is a one-day session at Preble ONLY held from
                This is a full day         and                                     8:00 – 11:00 and 12:00 – 3:00, with a break from 11:00 – 12:00
                session with a       AB (12:00–3:00)                               Students may bring a lunch or leave the campus during the break.
                break from
                11:00 – 12:00                                                      Please sign up for only one course per student.

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Grades 9-12 High School Credit-Earning Summer School Course Descriptions
The Green Bay Area Public School District expects to offer high school students the opportunity to enroll in one of several online courses this summer:

               HEA049024ONL - Health
                                                           th   th     th
               PED049724ONL - Personal Fitness (incoming 10 , 11 and 12 grade students only)
                                                                              th       th
               PFM083424ONL - Personal Financial Management (PFL – incoming 11 and 12 grade students only)

   •   Students are only allowed to enroll in one online course per summer.
   •   Should requests exceed available capacity, a lottery will determine student placement in requested course. Selected students will be notified by April 27th.
   •   Students selected through the lottery will receive a packet from their school counselor which outlines next steps, critical dates, and process for online course
       enrollment.
   •   Online courses are eight weeks long, running from 06/22/15 – 08/14/15.
   •   A preliminary online Student Orientation is required.
   •   Face-to-face, proctored final exams are required on one of three dates:
                                       th
           o Thursday, August 13
                                 th
           o Friday, August 14
                                    th
           o Monday, August 17

If you have any questions about online learning, please email Alison Manwiller at agmanwiller@gbaps.org or call 920-448-7388.

  Course #          Session #           Time       Location    Course Title                              Description                                               Grade in
                                                                                                                                                                   2015-2016

PLA002021      1(June 22-July17)     7:45-12:15   East        Continuous      Students who fail one semester of Algebra 1-CCSSM, Geometry-           Entering Grades 10-12
                                                              Progress Math   CCSSM, or Algebra 2 may raise their grade to a D by taking             Graded on completion
                                                                              Continuous Progress Math. This offering is open to students who        (Failing grade is changed to passing
PLA002021      1(June 22-July17)     7:45-12:15   West                        have failed approximately half of one semester’s content. Either       grade.)
                                                                              semester of those courses are available to students. Students will     Prerequisites:
                                                                              work independently, under the direction of a math instructor, using     1) Difficulty with no more than one
                                                                              both online and textbook assignments on content assigned by                  semester of work
                                                                              their regular classroom teacher. Students must complete all work        2) Approval of the regular math
                                                                              assigned by their teacher to raise their grade to a ‘D.’ Some                year teacher,
                                                                              students may need the entire three weeks and others could               3) Verification of regular school
                                                                              possibly complete this offering prior to the end of the three week           year teacher of units to be done.
                                                                              period. Students who took math in the ‘Advanced’ pathway will
                                                                              have the word ‘Advanced’ removed from their transcript for the
                                                                              semester they are working on and their ‘F’ will be changed to a ‘D.’

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Course #         Session #        Time       Location    Course Title                                   Description                                                     Grade in
                                                                                                                                                                           2015-2016

MTH042722     1(June 22-July17)   7:45-12:15   West        Semester 2:     Students also have the option of retaking the entire 2nd semester                 Entering Grades 10-12
Algebra 1-                                                                 of Algebra 1-CCSSM, Geometry-CCSSM or Algebra 2-CCSSM.                            Difficulty with semester two and
CCSSM                                                      Algebra 1-      Students who wish to earn a higher grade in these courses or who                  approval of the regular year teacher.
                                                           CCSSM           may have failed the 2nd semester and wish to raise their grade to
MTH043122     1(June 22-July17)   7:45-12:15   Preble                      higher than a D (as in the Continuous Progress Math) should
Geometry-                                                  Geometry-       choose this option. There is a very strict attendance policy –
CCSSM                                                      CCSSM           students may miss at most two days and must make up all work
                                                                           outside of class. Students who choose this option will receive
MTH044322                                                  Algebra 2-      whatever grade they earn during this 90 hour class. Should a
Algebra 2-                                                 CCSSM           student in the Advanced pathway choose this option, the word
CCSSM                                                                      ‘Advanced’ will be removed from their transcript and the grade for
                                                                           the summer school class will replace whatever grade they
                                                                           received during the second semester of their Advanced course.

ENG031121     1(June 22-July17)   7:45-12:15   Southwest   English         This course is designed for students who attempted English 9 but                  Entering Grades 10-12
                                                           Language Arts   were unsuccessful in semester 1. Students work on the state and                   Difficulty with semester one and
                                                           9               local standards, but the work differs from that done during the                   approval of the regular year teacher.
                                                           Semester 1      regular year.

                                                                           Note: Students who have had schedule conflicts in prior years and were
                                                                           unable to take this course or who transferred into the district and have
                                                                           missed this content will also be permitted to enroll in this course for credit.

ENG031122     2(July 20-Aug 14)   7:45-12:15   Southwest   English         This course is designed for students who attempted English 9, but                 Entering Grades 10-12
                                                           Language Arts   were unsuccessful in semester 2. Students work on the state and                   Difficulty with semester two and
                                                           9               local standards, but the work differs from that done during the                   approval of the regular year teacher.
                                                           Semester 2      regular year.

                                                                           Note: Students who have had schedule conflicts in prior years and were
                                                                           unable to take this course or who transferred into the district and have
                                                                           missed this content will also be permitted to enroll in this course for credit.

ENG032121     1(June 22-July17)   7:45-12:15   Southwest   English         This course is designed for students who attempted English 10,                    Entering Grades 11-12
                                                           Language Arts   but were unsuccessful in semester 1. Students work on the state                   Difficulty with semester one and
                                                           10              and local standards, but the work differs from that done during the               approval of the regular year teacher.
                                                           Semester 1      regular year.

                                                                           Note: Students who have had schedule conflicts in prior years and were
                                                                           unable to take this course or who transferred into the district and have
                                                                           missed this content will also be permitted to enroll in this course for credit.

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Course #           Session #           Time       Location    Course Title                                   Description                                                      Grade in
                                                                                                                                                                                2015-2016

ENG032122      2(July 20-Aug 14)      7:45-12:15   Southwest   English         This course is designed for students who attempted English 10,                    Entering Grades 11-12
                                                               Language Arts   but were unsuccessful in semester 2. Students work on the state                   Difficulty with semester two and
                                                               10              and local standards, but the work differs from that done during the               approval of the regular year teacher.
                                                               Semester 2      regular year.

                                                                               Note: Students who have had schedule conflicts in prior years and were
                                                                               unable to take this course or who transferred into the district and have
                                                                               missed this content will also be permitted to enroll in this course for credit.

HEA049021      1(June 22-July17)      7:45-12:15   Preble      Health          This course emphasizes total wellness including physical, mental                  Entering Grades 9 -12
                                                                               and social well-being. The goal of the course is to encourage                     Graded - .5 Credit
HEA049022      2(July 20-Aug 14)      7:45-12:15   Preble                      students to move toward wellness by taking responsible actions
                                                                               and making well-informed decisions. Content includes eight major
HEA049024ONL   1&2 (June 22-Aug 14)   Online       Online                      areas: human growth and development, alcohol and drugs,
                                                                               environmental health, nutrition, mental and emotional health, first
                                                                               aid and safety, disease prevention, and communication.
                                                                               Completion of this course fulfills the health requirement for
                                                                               graduation in Green Bay.

PFM083421      1(June 22-July17)      7:45-12:15   Preble      Personal/       This is a required course in which each student applies decision-                 Entering Grades 11 or 12
                                                               Financial       making and problem-solving skills to real-life personal and                       Graded - .5 Credit
                                                               Literacy        financial situations. Course content will include financial planning,
PFM083422      2(July 20-Aug 14)      7:45-12:15   West                        legal rights and responsibilities as consumers, resources to
                                                                               support families and community, and trends of the workplace.
PFM083424ONL   1&2 (June 22-Aug 14)   Online       Online

PED049121      1(June 22-July17)      7:45-12:15   West        Physical        This course will incorporate team concepts and vigorous activity                  Entering Grade 9
                                                               Education 9*    with fundamental knowledge concerning the effect of exercise on                   Graded - .5 Credit
                                                                               the body. Students electing to do a summer course should                          (pass/fail option for grading)
PED049122      2(July 20-Aug 14)      7:45-12:15   West        This class is   recognize the physical challenge of longer class periods compared
                                                               available to    to the school year. Completion of this course fulfills .5 credits of              *If you have already received credit for
                                                               current GBAPS   the physical education requirements for graduation.                               Physical Education 9, please sign up
                                                               students only                                                                                     for Personal Fitness.

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Course #          Session #         Time       Location    Course Title                               Description                                                Grade in
                                                                                                                                                                    2015-2016

PED049721      1(June 22-July17)    7:45-12:15   West        Personal        This co-educational course is designed for the student who wants         Entering Grades 10-12
                                                             Fitness**       to maintain or improve his/her own personal fitness level. It is         Graded - .5 Credit
                                                                             designed to meet the needs of the beginner, as well as the more          (pass/fail option for grading)
PED049722      2(July 20-Aug 14)    7:45-12:15   West        This class is   advanced student. Participants will increase their fitness
                                                             available to    knowledge and improve the level of their strength, flexibility,          Prerequisite: Physical Education 9
                                                             current GBAPS   coordination and endurance. Conditioning activities may include
PED049724ONL   1&2(Jun 22-Aug 14)   Online       Online      students only   weight training, circuit training, running, use of fitness machines,     ** Can only sign up for Personal
                                                                             aquatics and other aerobic and anaerobic activities. Each student        Fitness if you have already received
                                                                             will be evaluated prior to beginning each fitness component to           credit for Physical Education 9.
                                                                             determine individual objectives. Completion of this course fulfills .5
                                                                             credits of the physical education requirements for graduation.

SCI051121      1(June 22-July17)    7:45-12:15   Preble      Physical        This course is designed for students who attempted Physical              Entering Grades 10-12
                                                             Science-        Science but were unsuccessful in semester 1. Students work on            Graded - .5 Credit
                                                             Semester 1      the state and local standards, but the work differs from that done       Difficulty with semester one and
                                                                             during the regular year.                                                 approval of the regular school year
                                                                                                                                                      teacher
SCI051122      2(July 20-Aug 14)    7:45-12:15   Preble      Physical        This course is designed for students who attempted Physical              Entering Grades 10-12
                                                             Science-        Science but were unsuccessful in semester 2. Students work on            Graded - .5 Credit
                                                             Semester 2      the state and local standards, but the work differs from that done       Difficulty with semester two and
                                                                             during the regular year.                                                 approval of the regular school year
                                                                                                                                                      teacher
SCI052121      1(June 22-July17)    7:45-12:15   Preble      Biology-        This course is designed for students who attempted Biology but           Entering Grades 10-12
                                                             Semester 1      were unsuccessful in semester 1. Students work on the state and          Graded - .5 Credit
                                                                             local standards, but the work differs from that done during the          Difficulty with semester one and
                                                                             regular year.                                                            approval of the regular school year
                                                                                                                                                      teacher
SCI052122      2(July 20-Aug 14)    7:45-12:15   Preble      Biology-        This course is designed for students who attempted Biology but           Entering Grades 10-12
                                                             Semester 2      were unsuccessful in semester 2. Students work on the state and          Graded - .5 Credit
                                                                             local standards, but the work differs from that done during the          Difficulty with semester two and
                                                                             regular year.                                                            approval of the regular school year
                                                                                                                                                      teacher
ENG037124      1(June 22-July17)    7:45-12:15   Southwest   Multicultural   This course allows students to explore characteristics of different      Entering Grades 11-12
                                                             Literature      cultures through literature and writing. Students will study a           Graded - .5 Credit
                                                                             collection of literature written by Native Americans, African
                                                                             Americans, Hispanic Americans and Asian Americans. Students
                                                                             will draw from a broad base of knowledge about concepts on
                                                                             homelands, traditions and customs, families and coming to
                                                                             America.

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