Please refer to the chart below for the list of summer school courses that will be offered by LCS in 2019:

PROGRAM STUDENTS SERVED LOCATION DATES STUDENT HOURS

21st CCLC Summer Programs

Selected 21st CCLC students

Elementary:
BES, HES, LES, PES, RSP, TCM

Middle:
DMS, LMS, SMS

June 3-7
June 10-14
June 17-21
June 24-28

TBD by 21st CCLC School

Elementary Bridge Program Remedial

Current PK-5th grade students needing additional support in reading & math

PES

July 1-3 (M-W)
July 8-11 (M-Th)
July 15-18 (M-Th)

8:00 -1:00

Elementary PETAL

Rising 2nd-6th graders recommended for acceleration in reading or math.

SES

July 1-3 (M-W)
July 8-11 (M-Th)
July 15-18 (M-Th)

8:15-1:15

Middle School Remedial

 

Prepare current 6th-8th graders for success in the coming school year with the focus in literacy and math

HHS

July 1-3 (M-W)
July 8-11 (M-Th)
July 15-18 (M-Th)

7:45-12:45

 

Middle School PETAL

Rising 7th & 8th graders recommended for acceleration in math

HHS

July 1-3 (M-W)
July 8-11 (M-Th)
July 15-18 (M-Th)

7:45-12:45

 

High School Remedial for Course Credit

Current 9th-12th grade students needing to repeat a full year course for credit. Course offerings are contingent upon student enrollment.

Cost = $150

HHS

June 24-27 (M-Th)
July 1-3 (M-W)
July 8-11 (M-Th)
July 15-18 (M-Th)

7:45-12:45

 

High School PETAL

Current high school PETAL students needing a transitional course into their next accelerated math course

HHS

July 1-3 (M-W)
July 8-11 (M-Th)
July 15-18 (M-Th)

7:45-12:45

 

SOL ACADEMY

 

11th & 12th grade students who have passed a course but failed the associated SOL test.

Focus areas include:
Algebra I, Geometry, Biology, Earth Science, World History I & II, and Reading/Writing Work Keys

HHS

June 24-27 (M-Th)
July 1-3 (M-W)
July 8-11 (M-Th)
July 15-18 (M-Th)

SOL Academy weeks include:
June 24-27:  Algebra I, Biology,  World History II

July 1-3: Reading & Writing Work Keys

July 8-11: Geometry, Earth Science, World History I

July 15-18: Testing for high school credit recovery students, retake & makeups for all students 

7:45-12:45

 

ONLINE COURSE: Foundations of Personal Fitness & Wellness (E931YS)

 

Rising 9th grade students who want to take a new course for high school credit. Students will enroll in an online health curriculum aligned to 9th grade health standards. Students are required to develop and complete a personal fitness plan of at least 60 hours.  This will include pre and post testing using Fitness-gram tests. In addition, students will complete CPR training as required by the state in order to graduate.

Cost = $225

Online Registration Window:
February 19-May 3, 2019

Online

Course Start Date: Monday, June 3

Course End Date:
Friday, July 19

Students are expected to work at his/her own pace to ensure completion of all course requirements

ONLINE COURSE:
Personal Finance & Economics (E6151YS)

Rising 10th-12th grade students who want to take a new course for high school credit. Students will enroll in an online personal finance curriculum that includes skills in money management, record keeping, and banking.  Students are required to take the W!SE Financial Literacy Exam on site to meet requirements for this course.

Cost = $225

Online Registration Window:
February 19-May 3, 2019

Online

Course Start Date: Monday, June 3

Course End Date:
Friday, July 19

Students are expected to work at his/her own pace to ensure completion of all course requirements