Would you like to help your student improve in a specific subject? Are you looking for fun, local, enrichment opportunities for your kids this summer? Several engaging learning opportunities are available this summer at Snoqualmie Valley schools and through community partnerships.
Space is limited in some of the programs and registration deadlines vary, so don't delay in registering.
For programs with astericks (*) below, scholarship assistance is available for students who have qualified for free and reduced-price school meals. SVSD Summer Bridge Middle School Program* The Middle School Summer Program is designed for students who are currently in grades 6-8 (in the 2016-17 school year) who would benefit from extra support this summer to meet academic standards in the Core Math Pathway and/or English Language Arts (ELA). Students from previous summer school sessions have enjoyed the smaller class sizes, the opportunity to make real improvements in their skills, and the more relaxed learning environment. Cost is $250 per session.
For middle school students, two sessions will run July 10-27, 2017(Mondays-Thursdays), at Cascade View Elementary School:
Session 1: English Language Arts (8-10:30 a.m.)
Session 2: Math (10:45 a.m.-1:15 p.m.)
SVSD Summer Bridge Elementary School Program* The Elementary School Summer Program is for students currently in grades 1-5 who need extra support to meet academic standards in Math and/or English Language Arts. The District also offers a Kindergarten to 1st Grade Transition course which helps our youngest students move with greater ease into 1st grade in the fall. The Summer School Program for elementary students is ideal for students who sometimes struggle to keep up. In a safe, friendly and supportive environment, children will become better-prepared students. Cost is $250 for each 3-week session.
For elementary school students, three sessions will run July 10–27 (Mondays–Thursdays), at Cascade View Elementary School:
Session 1: Kindergarten to 1st Grade Transition (8-10:30 a.m.)
Session 2: English Language Arts (8-10:30 a.m.)
Session 3: Math (10:45 a.m.-1:15 p.m.)
Si View Summer School Add-on Camps The Si View Metropolitan Park District is offering enrichment summer school camp activities with scheduling that follows the School District’s Summer Bridge Program (referenced above). For parents who seek full-day care and activities for their children, this combination may provide an ideal option. Families must be registered for SVSD Summer School in order to attend these camps. Cost is $115/week. Si View Park summer program registration opens April 7.
For grades K-8, three week-long sessions are available July 10-27(Mondays-Thursdays), from 1:15-6:30 p.m., at Cascade View Elementary School.
Mount Si High School Online Summer Program High school students have two options for summer learning through the Snoqualmie Valley School District. Registration opens May 1 and closes June 26.
Diagnostic Credit Recovery: Nine core academic subjects will be offered for Credit Recovery purposes to students who failed a class and need to re-take a course required for graduation. Students work independently online for 2-3 hours/day (10-15 hours/week), with weekly online support and academic monitoring from a Washington teacher and MSHS mentor. Exams are proctored at Mount Si High School. Cost is $225.
Standard Credit Enhancement: For students who are motivated and self-directed, and want to get ahead by earning credits during summer, there are 15 semester-long subjects offered online for credit enhancement. Students work independently online 3-4 hours/day (15-20 hours/week), with weekly online support and academic monitoring from a Washington teacher and MSHS mentor. Exams are proctored at Mount Si High School. Cost is $325.
For grades 9-12, the online programs will runJune 21 - July 28.
Mount Si High School .5 PE Credit* This outdoor adventure Physical Education course is an excellent opportunity for high school students, including incoming freshman, to earn a .5 credit that applies toward their P.E. graduation requirements. This course will feature Northwest fitness activities and diverse recreation opportunities in a variety of locations. Students will learn skills and fundamentals that promote outdoor activities (hiking, biking, rock climbing) and healthy fitness habits. Cost is $315, plus the cost of field trips. Class is limited to 40 students. Registration closes June 2.
For grades 8-11, the PE class is offered July 3-17, at Mount Si High School and various Eastside/Valley locations.
Camp Invention Camp Invention inspires confidence in curious children -- not only for a week, but for a lifetime. At camp this summer, children entering grades K-6 will design and build their own inventions, locate and prepare a new planet for human habitation, build their very own high-tech Bubble Blaster, and create the ultimate Spy Gadget Alarm Box. Cost is $250.
For students entering grades K-6, June 26-30, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m., at Timber Ridge Elementary School.
*Scholarship assistance is available to families who have qualified for the Free and Reduced Meals program. Qualified families may reference their eligibility on the online registration form. For information about the Free and Reduced Meals program and application process, click here.
For more information about summer learning opportunities, including how to register, visit the 2017 Summer School Information webpage on the District website.
The Snoqualmie Valley School District complies with all federal and state statutes and regulations and does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal, and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. This holds true for all district employment and student opportunities. Inquiries regarding compliance and/or grievance procedures may be directed to the school district’s Title IX/RCW 28A.640 Officer and Section 504/ADA Coordinator, Nancy Meeks, P.O. Box 400, Snoqualmie, WA 98065, phone 425-831-8000.