Welcome to Summer School 2018!We're excited for the learning opportunities available this summer and hope your family will be able to join us!
Camp Invention inspires confidence in curious children! Not only for a day or week, but for a lifetime. At camp this summer, children entering grades K-6 will design and build their own inventions, explore the technology behind self-driving cars, design futuristic dream homes with smart furniture and smart energy, and build and personalize a robotic dog comparing it to the biology of living animals!
Location: Cascade View Elementary SchoolDates: June 25 - 29, from 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.Cost: $250Register online at www.campinvention.org or call 1-800-968-4332Director: Chandler Jones
The Snoqualmie Valley School District's Summer Bridge Program helps students retain what they've learned and prepares them for the upcoming year. Our Summer School Program is effective, high-quality and very engaging for students. Students receive extra support from teachers who are top-notch in their field and enjoy low teacher to student ratios!
Middle School Summer Bridge Program
The Middle School Summer Program is designed for students in grades 6-8 who need extra support to meet academic standards in the Core math pathway or English Language Arts (ELA). Students from previous Summer School sessions love the smaller class sizes, the opportunity to make real improvements in their skills, and the more relaxed learning environment. Our highly skilled teachers really enjoy teaching Summer School for the same reasons. Summer School is a fun and encouraging place to learn and grow!
Location: Timber Ridge Elementary SchoolDates/Times: July 9 - 26, 2018 (Monday-Thursday)Session 1: English Language Arts (8-10:30 a.m.)Session 2: Math (10:45 a.m.-1:15 p.m.)
Cost: $250 per course; both are $500. (Scholarships are available for income qualified families; indicate during registration.)Registration Request: Click here to complete the online registration request form.Elementary School Summer Program
The Elementary School Summer Program is for students in grades 1-5 who need extra support to meet academic standards in Math or English Language Arts (ELA). We also offer 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. Your child will learn in a safe, friendly and supportive environment and be a better prepared student.Location: Timber Ridge Elementary School
Dates/Times: July 9 - 26, 2018 (Monday-Thursday)Session 1: Kindergarten to 1st Grade Transition (8-10:30 a.m.)Session 2: Language Arts, Grades 1-8 (8-10:30 a.m.)Session 3: Math, Grades 1-8 (10:45 a.m.-1:15 p.m.)Cost: $250 for each 3-week session (Scholarships are available for income qualified families; indicate during registration.)Registration Request: Click Here to complete the online registration request form.
Click here to view Course Descriptions for the Elementary and Middle School offerings.
The following information is from the Si View Park Summer Catalog. Please visit the Si View website for a complete program description (www.siviewpark.org). Si View Park program registration opens April 6th.
SVSD Summer School Add-on Camp!
Is your child participating in summer school this year with Snoqualmie Valley School District? If so, join us for this fun and exciting partnership where we provide a summer camp component after your child’s session at summer school. With our experienced and caring day camp staff, your child will have a full range of fun and enriching activities and make new friends! Please note you must be registered for SVSD Summer School in order to attend these camps. Camp is located at Timber Ridge Elementary School and runs 1:15-6:30 p.m. on all Summer School days. Note that students enrolled in the morning Summer School only (10:30 a.m. end time) cannot stay onsite unsupervised but may return with a guardian for camp at 1:15 p.m. This program is open to all SVSD families with students in grades K-8.
Location: Timber Ridge Elementary SchoolGroup size: Min 8/ Max 20Grades: K-8 (based on the 2017-18 school year)Hours: 1:15 - 6:30 p.m., M-ThFee: $120/weekInstructors: Si View Staff
Week Dates Theme Week 1 July 9 - 12 All About Camping Week 2 July 16 - 19Inventor's Workshop Week 3 July 23 - 26 Top Chef
Click here to register with Si View.Credit Recovery and Credit Enhancement OpportunitiesMount Si High School is offering two online options for learning this summer: Diagnostic Credit Recovery and Standard Credit Enhancement. Enrollment opens May 1 at MSHS.
Dates: June 14 - July 27Cost: $225 per Diagnostic Credit Recovery course; $325 per Standard Credit Enhancement courseClick here to learn more about these two options, including information about Registration instructions.
High School P.E. Credit: Students can earn a .5 Physical Education CreditOpen to students entering grades 9-12This course has a 30 student limit. Families will be notified if their student is placed on a waiting list. Students may repeat this summertime course once in order to earn 1 PE credit.
*Please note that incoming Freshmen cannot be awarded High School credit until MSHS opens in the Fall. Please work with your counselor to request credit for this course.
This course will feature lifelong Northwest fitness activities and students will participate in diverse recreation opportunities in a variety of locations. Students will learn skills and fundamentals that promote a healthy and active lifestyle. The class will provide lifetime skills in outdoor survival as well as outdoor activities. The ultimate goal is to develop intrinsically motivated, lifelong fitness habits.
Minimum Fitness Requirement: All students must be able to hike 5 miles, mountain bike 20 miles, and learn introductory rock climbing skills.Location: Mount Si High School and various local field trip attractions. (Click Here for field trip details.)Dates: July 9 - 20, 2018 (M-F)
Cost: $315 PLUS the cost of field trips. (Scholarships are available for the course fee for income qualified families; indicate during registration.)Transportation: Many of the activities will be within walking distance of the campus. In the rare case that we are not able to walk to an activity, it will be the responsibility of parents to arrange for/provide transportation. Click Here for the complete course description. You're invited to watch this brief video of the program: http://flipagram.com/f/Yo1new3Ek4Click Here to Register. Registration closes June 1, or sooner if the registration limit is reached.