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					Fox Valley Consortium




        Summer School
            2011

Course Offering Guide
              Consortium School Districts:

 Appleton        Brillion      Freedom         Hilbert
Hortonville      Kaukauna     Kimberly       Little Chute
Menasha          Neenah       Shiocton
             Fox Valley Consortium Course Offering Guide 2011
                            Table of Contents


Consortium Coordinators                        Page 2

Summer School Consortium Guidelines            Page 3

Summer School Consortium Registration Form     Page 4

Appleton Summer School Offerings               Page 5-57

Brillion Summer School                         Page 58-67

Freedom School District Offerings              Page 68-70

Hilbert School District Offerings              Page 71-77

Hortonville Summer School                      Page 78-85

Kaukauna School District                       Page 86-97

Kimberly Area School District                  Page 98-107

Little Chute School District Class Offerings   Page 108-113

Menasha Joint School District                  Page 114-132

Neenah Joint School District                   Page 133-147

Shiocton School District                       Page 148-154




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                                            2011 Fox Valley Consortium
                                            Summer School Coordinators

                                                            Laurie Asher, Kimberly Area School District
Gail Bowers-McKay, Appleton Area School District            217 E. Kimberly Ave.
120 E. Harris (Morgan Building)                             Kimberly, WI 54136
Appleton, WI 54911                                          Phone: 920-788-7900                FAX: 687-3060
Gail’s E-mail: bowersgail@aasd.k12.wi.us                    E-mail: lasher@kimberly.k12.wi.us
Phone: 832-4976                   FAX: 832-4122             Jodi Neuber, Assistant: 788-7900 ext. 1418
Karrie Kadolph, Summer School Support Staff:                Jodi’s E-Mail: jneuber@kimberly.k12.wi.us
kadolphkarrie@aasd.k12.wi.us
                                                            Lori VanHandel, Little Chute Middle School
Jim Schwantes, Brillion Middle School                       325 Meulemans
315 S. Main St.                                             Little Chute, WI 54140
Brillion, WI 54110                                          Phone: 920-788-7607                  FAX: 788-7615
Phone: 920-756-2166                 FAX: 920-756-           Lori’s E-mail: lvanhandel@littlechute.k12.wi.us
3705                                                        Rhonda Hochholzer, Assistant: 920-788-7610 FAX:
E-Mail: jschwant@brillion.k12.wi.us                         788-7847
                                                            Rhonda’s Email: rhochhol@littlechute.k12.wi.us
Tom Welch, Fox Valley Lutheran High School
5300 N. Meade St.                                           Susan Werley, Menasha School District
Appleton, WI 54913-8383                                     Nicolet Elementary School
Phone: 920-560-5112                  FAX: 739-4418          449 Ahnaip St.
E-mail: twelch@fvlhs.org                                    Menasha, WI 54952
Gloria Knoll, Assistant: gknoll@fvlhs.org                   Phone: 920-967-1822 or 967-1715      FAX: 751-4830
                                                            E-mail: werleys@mjsd.k12.wi.us
Ken Fisher, Freedom School District                         Nathan Werley, Assistant: werleyn@mjsd.k12.wi.us
N4021 Cty. Rd. E
Freedom, WI 54130-7593                                      Nancy Chessman, Neenah High School
Phone: 920-788-7945               FAX: 788-7701             1275 Tullar Rd.
E-Mail: kfisher@freedomschools.k12.wi.us                    Neenah, WI 54956
Judy Krzyzak, Assistant:                                    Phone: 920-751-6900 ext. 154       FAX: 751-6933
jkrzyzak@freedomschools.k12.wi.us                           E-mail: nchessman@neenah.k12.wi.us
                                                            Margaret Loessel, Assistant: 751-6900 ext. 128
Tony Sweere, Hilbert School District                        Margaret’s Email: mloessel@neenah.k12.wi.us
1139 W. Milwaukee St.
Hilbert, WI 54129                                           Kim Griesbach, Shiocton Elementary School
Phone: 920-853-3531                FAX: 853-7030            P.O. Box 68
Tony’s E-Mail: sweeret@hilbert.k12.wi.us                    Shiocton, WI 54170
                                                            Phone: 920-986-3351 ext. 747      FAX: 986-3291
David Harris, Hortonville School District                   E-Mail: kgriesbach@shiocton.k12.wi.us
W6822 Greenridge Drive                                      Jackie Murphy, Assistant: jmurphy@shiocton.k12.wi.us
Greenville, WI 54942
Phone: 920-757-7160 ext. 42114 FAX: 757-6972                Donna Fahrenkrug, Xavier High School
David’s E-Mail: davidharris@hasd.org                        1600 W. Prospect Ave.
Dana Newhouse, Assistant: dananewhouse@hasd.org             Appleton, WI 54914
                                                            Phone: 733-6632                  FAX: 733-5513
Ken Kortens, Kaukauna Area School District                  E-mail: dfahrenkrug@acesxavier.k12.wi.us
1130 Haen Drive                                             Kay Breuninger, Assistant:
Kaukauna, WI 54130                                          kbreuninger@acesxavier.k12.wi.us
Phone: 920-766-6100 ext. 6131      FAX: 766-6138
Ken’s E-Mail: kortensk@kaukauna.k12.wi.us
Jody Eggert, Assistant: eggertj@kaukauna.k12.wi.us
509 Lawe St.
Kaukauna, WI 54130
Phone: 920-766-6100 ext. 2621      FAX: 766-6544



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                   FOX VALLEY SUMMER SCHOOL CONSORTIUM GENERAL GUIDELINES

In an effort to provide students with learning opportunities, the Fox Valley Summer School Consortium was formed in an
ongoing effort by the eleven involved school districts to offer students viable educational opportunities at any of the eleven
participating districts during the summer months.

        1.     All students from the consortium school districts are eligible to attend classes. Students who have graduated,
        non-consortium students and adults may attend classes by paying a fee that will cover the cost of the class.

        2.        If the same course is offered in more than one district, the student is expected to take the course in their home
        district.

        3.       Summer School Enrollment Policy for Students Attending Classes in Other Districts: Any parent
        wishing to enroll a child for a summer school class that is OUTSIDE of their home school district should return a
        completed registration form to the SCHOOL THEIR CHILD PRESENTLY ATTENDS. This registration form
        shall be signed by a counselor/principal from the student’s school, the counselor/principal shall check that all
        recorded information is accurate and complete, and then forward the registration form to the Director of Summer
        School of the student’s home district. The Director of Summer School may sign to grant approval for the class(es),
        retains a copy of the registration form for their records, and forwards the approved registration form to the Director
        of Summer School of the school district where the class is being held. The Director of Summer School has the
        discretion of granting or rejecting approval for students taking a class in another district.

        4.       Enrollment Policy for Statewide Open Enrollment Students: Students participating in open enrollment
        should consider their school district of attendance as their home school district and should indicate this on the
        registration form.

        5.       Enrollment Policy for Home School Students: Home school students participating in summer school
        should consider their school district of attendance as their home school district and should indicate this on the
        registration form.

        6.      Registration procedures and deadlines do vary. Please check with each individual school district.

        7.       Courses may be canceled due to insufficient enrollment or lack of staff. If a course is canceled, parents will
        be notified.

        8. Grade indicators refer to the grade the student will be in during the upcoming school year.

        9. Please check the course descriptions for exact times, dates, and locations - as class schedules do vary.

        10. Transportation costs for field trips will be the responsibility of the student.

        11. Explanation of types of credit: Secondary level only. Philosophy and practice concerning the type of credit is
        varied within the Fox Valley Summer School Consortium. Students need to check with their home school district
        counselor or summer school coordinator to obtain the appropriate information regarding the earning of secondary
        credits for either credit deficient or gifted and talented consortium courses.

        12. Attendance policies vary throughout the districts. Credit deficient courses have strict attendance
        expectations.

        13. Credits taken outside of the district will be accepted only with prior written approval from the home school
        district. Districts need to submit grade reports to each appropriate summer school coordinator. The grade reports
        should be sent to the home school district and student one week following the completion of the summer school
        session.



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                                 2011 FOX VALLEY CONSORTIUM
                              SUMMER SCHOOL REGISTRATION FORM
                                (Must Be Completed And Authorized At Home School)
  Required for Non-District Registrations: If your child lives outside of the AASD boundaries, the summer school director of that district
                                                 needs to approve the student registration.
     Director Approval____________________________________ Date: _____________________



_____________________________________ ________________________ ___________________
Last Name (print legibly in black ink)                                          First Name                          Home School District
________________________                                  ________________________                                 _____________
School Presently Attending                                    School Attending Next Fall                             Grade Next Fall
_______________________________________________ ______________ ___________
Home Address (Street, City, Zip)                                                                  Phone                         Birthdate
____________________________________________
Counselor's/Principal's Signature
Is the student currently Open Enrolled in a district other than his/her home school district? __________ If yes, indicate district student is
open enrolled _______________________________________
Course #               Course Name                       Course             Time            Dates              Credit            *Cost
                                                        Location




* Any materials charge must be paid the first day of class. Each student should arrive at class with the exact amount necessary.
                                                      EMERGENCY INFORMATION

Parent/Guardian Name _____________________________________________Phone # _________________________
Work # ___________________ Cell # ______________________
Parent/Guardian Name _____________________________________________Phone #__________________________
Work # ___________________ Cell # ______________________
If parent/guardian cannot be reached by phone, please contact:
1. Name ________________________________________________________ Relationship ______________________
Phone Number(s) _____________________________________
2. Name________________________________________________________ Relationship _______________________
Phone Number(s) _____________________________________
Special Health Concerns/Medical Diagnoses:
___________________________________________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________________________________
Will your child have medications at summer school? Yes _________              No __________
If so, please provide the name of the medication(s):_______________________Reason for Medication(s) ______________
          Time(s) medication is administered: Routine/Daily _________ As Needed _________Emergency _______________
          (Please bring any medications to the site coordinator on the first day of summer school.)
I understand and agree with all summer school policies and procedures: _________________________
                                                                                      Parent’s Signature


    NOTE TO PARENTS: Please fill out completely. Also, unless notified otherwise, please assume that your child has been
    accepted for the course and section for which he/she applied. To Enroll: This form must be returned to the counselor's or
                                   principal's office at the school where you presently attend.


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Appleton Area School District

                Summer School
                            2011

                 Course Offerings
              Times / Dates / Locations




          Appleton Area School District
             Summer School Office
                   Located at the Morgan Building
                    120 E Harris St. P.O. Box 2019
                      Appleton WI 54912-2019
            Phone: 920-832-4976        Fax: 920-832-4122
   Director: Gail Bowers-McKay        email: bowersgail@aasd.k12.wi.us
Support Specialist: Karrie Kadolph     email: kadolphkarrie@aasd.k12.wi.us
                Web site: www.aasd.k12.wi.us/sumschool/

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                                      Appleton Area School District
                                     Summer School 2011 - Overview
ELEMENTARY:            Classes will be held at all schools. All sites will have remedial math and reading classes, as well
                       as a variety of enrichment classes.
                       Dates: June 13 – July 15, 2011 M-F (no classes July 4-8) 8:30-11:30 AM
                               Classes meet daily Mon. through Fri. for 1 hour each. (Start times 8:30/9:30/10:30)
                               Kindergarten Here I Come and First Grade Here I Come classes meet for all 3 hours
                               Dates and times may vary for Edison, Foster, and Johnston
MIDDLE SCHOOL:         Remedial and Enrichment Courses
                       Sites: Einstein, Madison, Roosevelt, and Wilson Middle Schools
                       Dates: June 13 – July 15, 2011 M-F (no classes July 4-8) 8:45-11:45 AM
                       Classes meet daily Mon. through Fri. (8:45-9:45, 9:45-10:45 and 10:45-11:45)
HIGH SCHOOL:           Courses offered for credit deficient are offered at East High School.
                       Enrichment Courses include Forensics and Debate- East High School, Shakespeare Theatre- North
                       High School, and Lifetime Fitness for You- all High Schools.
                       Dates: Semester 1 –June 13 – July 1, 2011
                                Semester 2 – July 6– July 26, 2011
                       Classes meet Monday – Thursday 7:40 – 11:45am Fridays 7:40-11:15am
                       Registration begins April 4. Deadlines to register: Sem. 1-May 6, Sem. 2 – June 10
                       Credit Deficient classes can only be taken to make up a failed class.
                       Appleton has a NO ABSENCE POLICY. Attendance is mandatory for receiving credit. Any
                       appointments (including court) must be made for non-school hours.
eSCHOOL:               Courses online June 6 – July 21, 2011. Course offerings include: Health – Life Management Skills,
                       Fitness Lifestyles, Creative Writing, Engl I, Engl II, Engl III, Engl IV, American History, World History,
                       Civics, Algebra, Geometry, Algebra II, Pre-Calculus, Web Design, Economics, and Personal
                       Financial Management.
BAND CAMP:             Monday, August 1 – Friday, August 5, 2011 at North High School.
CHOIR CAMP:            June 6-10, 2011 Elementary Students in AM, Middle School students in PM – both at Einstein Middle
                       School.
MUSIC LESSONS:         Group lessons (strings & band) to be offered at Madison and Einstein Middle Schools.
LIFETIME FITNESS  Sites: East, North and West High School. Open to all students in grades 7-12. See course
FOR YOU:          descriptions for dates and times.
ELL ELEMENTARY:   June 13 – July 15, 2011 (No Class July 4-8)    Times: M-F 8:30-11:30AM
                   Site: Jefferson Elementary
ELL MIDDLE SCHOOL: June 13 – July 15, 2011         Times: M-F 8:45-11:45am
                   Site: Roosevelt Middle School
ELL HIGH SCHOOL: Sem. 1 - June 13-July 1 Sem. 2 - July 6-July 26 7:40-11:45 M-F (Friday dismissal 11:15)
                   Site: East High School
BOYS & GIRLS           June 13 – August 12, 2011 M-F          Site: Boys & Girls Club Fox Valley
CLUB FOX VALLEY:
ENGINEERING CAMP: Camp offered June 13-17, 2011, 8:00-12:00 For students entering grades 6-9. Held at East H.S.

FIRST LEGO LEAGUE: Camps offered between June 27- August 5, 2011. For students entering grades 5-8. Held at East
                    H.S.

VEX ROBOTICS CAMP: June 13-17, 2011, 1:00-4:00. For students entering grades 7-9. Held at East H.S.
GOLF INSTRUCTION: July 18-22, 2011 for students entering Grade 1-6. Offered at Huntley, Lincoln & McKinley
HMONG CULTURE:    June 13 – July 15, 2010 (No Class July 4-8) Times: 1:00-4:00pm.           Site: Jefferson Elementary
DAN SPALDING     Dates: June 6 – Aug 19, 2011 Site: Dan Spalding Academy
ACADEMY:
YMCA BEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL: AASD Sites will be Edna Ferber, Janet Berry, and Johnston Elementary Schools.




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                                       Appleton Area School District
                                          Course Offerings 2010
                                            Elementary Course Offerings
                                     (All classes for students entering grades K-6)
Summer school will be held at all Appleton elementary schools.

All elementary schools will offer remedial math and reading classes and a variety of enrichment classes. Please
obtain a flyer from the school you want your child to attend for details and specific classes they are offering.


                                          Middle School Course Offerings
                                       (All classes for students entering grades 7-9)

All four Appleton Middle Schools will offer summer school this year. Each site will offer remedial math and reading
classes, study skills classes and a variety of enrichment classes. Please obtain a flyer from the school you would
like your child to attend for details and specific classes that each school will be offering.



                                      High School Course Offerings
Students may enroll in the following courses                Students may enroll in the following
if they have NOT successfully completed the course.         Courses for credit:
0010 Physical Education       3520 Contemporary World Studies           1670 Summer Shakespeare Theatre
4990 Health                   4000 Physical & Earth Science             8660 Ceramics & Sculpture
1010 Communication Arts 1     4110 Biology
1030 Communication Arts 2     9000 Integrated Mathematics 1                      Courses for enrichment:
1120 American Lit & Comp      9040 Integrated Mathematics 2             1535 Debate and Forensics
1220 British Lit & Comp       9140 Integrated Mathematics 3             1670 Summer Shakespeare Theatre
3000 Civics                   9100 Algebra                               0040 Lifetime Fitness for You (East, North & West HS)
3070 US History               9200 Geometry
6300 Personal Financial Management
                                              eSchool Course Offerings
                   (Half credit courses offered online. Not remedial versions of the courses. See flyer.)
4990ES Health-Life Management Skills 1121ES or 1122ES English 3                   3450ES Economics
0038ES Fitness Lifestyles               1261ES or 1262ES English 4                9101ES or 9102ES Algebra 1
1170ES Creative Writing                 3171ES or 3172ES World History            9201ES or 9202ES Geometry
1011ES or 1012ES English 1              3071ES or 3072ES American History         9301ES or 9302ES Algebra 2
1021ES or 1022ES English 2              3001ES or 3002ES Civics                   9491ES or 9492ES Pre-Calculus
7871ES or 7872ED Web Design 1           6300ES Personal Financial Management




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                     Appleton Area School District
                Elementary Summer School Program 2011
DATES:                         All Elementary Schools
                               June 13 – July 15, 2011 Mon – Fri / No classes during the week of July 4-8
                               Except: Edison Elementary: June 13-17 & 20-24, August 8-12, 15-19
                                        Johnston Elementary: Mon-Thurs, June 13-July 14 ( no classes July 4-7)
                                        Foster: June 13-July 15 (no classes July 4-8) 8:00-11:00 am
TIMES:                         8:30/9:30/10:30 AM (See registration form for exact time of each course)
SITES:                         All Elementary schools (Please obtain a flyer from the school you’d like your child to attend for specific details.)

REGISTRATION BEGINS WITH 2 EVENING REGISTRATION SESSIONS - Please register at the school you want your
child to attend. All students are welcome to attend any school in the district.
                                                      Registration Kick-Off Dates and Times
                                                 (Registration is on a first come, first served basis)

Badger               March 21         5:00-7:00pm                                   Horizons             March 21                5:00-6:30pm
                     March 24        4:00-6:00pm                                                         March 12                3:30-5:00pm
Berry                March 22&23     5:30-6:30pm                                     Houdini             March 2 & 10            5:30-7:30pm
Classical            March 2          4:00-6:00pm                                    Huntley             March 3                 6:00-7:30pm
Columbus             March 17 & 22 4:00-6:30pm                                                           March 7                 3:30-4:30pm
Edison               March 15, 17, 21 conferences                                   Jefferson            March 15 & 17           5:00-7:00pm
Ferber               March 1          6:30-8:00pm                                   Johnston             March 3                 6:30-8:00pm
Ferber               March 3          6:30-7:30pm                                   Lincoln              March 14 &15            5:30-7:45pm
Foster               March 10         3:30-6:00pm                                   McKinley             March 17 & 22           4:00-6:00pm
Franklin             March 8 & 10     5:00-7:00pm                                   Richmond             March 22                4:00-6:00pm
Highlands            March 15         4:00-6:00pm                                                        March 24                5:00-7:00pm
                     March 17          5:00-7:00pm

During the registration session, please bring your completed registration form to the site your child will attend summer
school. All registrations are on a first come, first served basis. Enrichment classes may be limited due to the availability of
teachers.
If you are unable to attend one of the evening registration sessions, you may drop off your registration form, after
the final kick-off night, at the site your child will attend summer school (c/o Summer School Coordinator).
No early registrations or phone registrations accepted. Late registrations will be accepted at each summer school site on the
first two days of summer school if there is still space available.

If you wish to receive a Confirmation letter, please include a self addressed, self stamped envelope with your registration
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form. Confirmation letters will be sent in late May or early June. Class lists will be posted on the school doors by June 11 .

Policies: All Appleton Area School District policies during the regular academic school year regarding dress, behavior, etc.
are in effect during summer school.

If your child has any health concerns or special needs, please indicate that on the registration form and tell the
coordinator at registration. If your child has an IEP or 504 plan, please indicate that on the registration form and
give a copy of the plan to the site coordinator. According to WI Dept of Public Instruction, summer school classes are not
tailored to implement a student’s IEP.

Material fees: To be paid the first day of summer school. Please make checks payable to Appleton Area School District.
Waivers: Students who qualify for the free milk or the free or reduced lunch program may waive material fees. Please
verify this with the site coordinator upon registration.

                                                                   Out of District Registrations
Consortium Students: Any student from the Brillion, Freedom, Hilbert, Hortonville, Kaukauna, Kimberly, Little Chute, Menasha, Neenah, Oshkosh, or
Shiocton districts will need their registration form signed by that district’s summer school director in order to participate in the Appleton program. Contact
information for all consortium summer school directors is listed in the front of this catalog.

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                              APPLETON AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT
                            2011 ELEMENTARY COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
                                     **When looking at grade level, use grade entering in fall.
 Please see registration form for specific times and locations that each course is offered. Class start times are 8:30, 9:30, and
                                                  10:30 and meet for one hour.

COURSE:                 Kindergarten Here I Come                                                      Grade: K
CONTENT:                This class is designed to introduce and/or reinforce basic readiness skills for kindergarten.
                        (Runs 3 hours from 8:30 to 11:30am)
FEE:                    $10.00 payable first day of summer school.
COURSE:                 Core Knowledge Kindergarten Readiness at Classical                            Grade: K
CONTENT:                This course will provide an introduction to the Core Knowledge curriculum using a classical
                        framework. All Kindergarten core topics will be introduced along with basic developmental skills.
                        This class is intended as preparation for children who will be entering kindergarten in the fall of 2008.
                        Students enrolled in Classical School will be given preference for enrollment, but non-Classical
                        School students will be accepted, space permitting. (Runs 3 hours from 8:30 to 11:30am)
FEE:                    $10.00 payable first day of summer school.
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COURSE:                 1 Grade Here I Come                                                           Grade: 1
CONTENT:                A course designed for children who have completed kindergarten. Students will continue the
                        curriculum from kindergarten, doing enriching math, reading, writing, science, social studies,
                        computers, physical education, and art activities. (Runs 3 hours from 8:30 to 11:30am)

FEE:                    $10.00 payable first day of summer school.
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COURSE:                 Core Knowledge 1 Grade Readiness at Classical                                 Grade: 1
CONTENT:                A course designed for children who have completed kindergarten. Students will continue the Core
                        Knowledge curriculum from kindergarten, doing enriching math, reading, writing, science, social
                        studies, computers, physical education, and art activities. Class meets from 8:30-11:30. (Runs 3
                        hours from 8:30 to 11:30am)
FEE:                    $10.00 payable first day of summer school.
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COURSE:                 2 Grade Math Practice/ Marvels                                                Grade: 2
CONTENT:                For students who need additional practice with counting, recognizing coins, basic addition and
                        subtraction, telling time, place value, and basic word problems.
FEE:                    $5.00 payable first day of summer school.
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COURSE:                 2 Grade Reading Adventures                                                    Grade: 2
CONTENT:                This course is designed to help students who need additional practice learning basic reading
                        strategies including: sight words, phonics and decoding skills, word study, understanding what they
                        have read, vocabulary building, and writing as it relates to all of these areas.
FEE:                    $5.00 payable first day of summer school.
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COURSE:                 3 & 4 Grade Math Practice/ Marvels                                            Grades: 3 & 4
CONTENT:                This course is designed for students who need extra help with basic math concepts and skills such
                        as adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, place value, telling time, identifying and counting money,
                        and solving story problems.
FEE:                    $5.00 payable first day of summer school.
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COURSE:                 3 & 4 Grade Reading Adventures                                                Grades 3 & 4
CONTENT:                This course is designed to help students who need additional practice learning basic reading
                        strategies including: phonics and decoding skills, word study, vocabulary building, comprehension,
                        and writing sentences including punctuation and sentence structure.
FEE:                    $5.00 payable first day of summer school.




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COURSE:    5 - 7 Grade Math Practice/ Marvels                                          Grades: 5- 7
CONTENT:   This course is designed for students who need extra help with basic math concepts and skills such
           as multiplication and division, telling time, working with fractions, counting money and making
           change, and solving story problems.
FEE:       $5.00 payable first day of summer school.
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COURSE:    5 -7 Grade Reading Adventures                                               Grades 5 - 7

CONTENT:   This course is designed to help students who need additional practice learning basic reading
           strategies including word study, vocabulary building, reading comprehension, and writing sentences,
           paragraphs, and stories.

FEE:       $5.00 payable first day of summer school.
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COURSE:    2 Grade Math Wizards                                                        Grades: 2
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           3 & 4 Grade Math Wizards                                                    Grades: 3 & 4
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           5 - 7 Grade Math Wizards                                                    Grades: 5- 7
CONTENT:   This course is designed for the more capable child in math who enjoys challenges and problem
           solving.
FEE:       $5.00 payable first day of summer school.
COURSE;    Advanced Creative Woodshop                                                  Grades 4-7
CONTENT:   Advanced woodworking is for those children who are pretty capable of using a hammer and hand
           saw to make things out of wood. Parents are encouraged to provide leather gloves for their child to
           help guard against splinters and abrasions. Projects done last year may be repeated again this year.

FEE:       $10.00 payable first day of summer school
COURSE;    Adventures in Music                                                         Grades 2-8
CONTENT:   Students will learn about and listen to music from all across the globe and through time. Students
           may play various instruments and different forms of music across cultures. Music will include
           western, medieval chants, jazz, rock n’ roll and more.

FEE:       $5.00 payable first day of summer school
COURSE:    Basketball and Volleyball Skills                                            Grades 4-8
CONTENT:   Have fun this summer and get some exercise! In this class you will learn the basic skills needed for
           basketball and volleyball. Regular attendance is requested in order to learn all basic skills and have
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           practice games. This class is for students entering 4 grade and above.

FEE:       $5.00 payable first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Beginning Creative Woodshop                                                 Grades 2-7
CONTENT:   Basic use of woodworking tools for sawing, sanding assembling, and finishing. Parents are
           encouraged to purchase leather gloves for their child to help guard against splinters and abrasions.
FEE:       $10.00 payable first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Books are Summer Fun                                                        Grades 2-7
CONTENT:   Students will experience the world of books through a variety of creative activities intended to
           develop and broaden their appreciation for and love of good literature.

FEE:       $5.00 payable the first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Books Club Plus                                                             Grades 2-7
CONTENT:   Book lovers this class is for you! This class is designed for students with good basic reading skills
           who enjoy additional challenges. Readers will enjoy a book club atmosphere with focuses on
           different genres and author studies.

FEE:       $5.00 payable the first day of summer school.




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COURSE:    Brain Games                                                                Grades 3-8
CONTENT:   Does your brain need a workout this summer? This is the class for you! Learn the skills of logic
           while playing board games and working on activities that will challenge and test your skills of logic,
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           memory and reasoning! This class is intended for children entering 3 grade and above and you
           must have a brain to enroll!

FEE:       $5.00 payable first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Cooking with Books                                                         Grades 2-4
CONTENT:   This course integrates literacy and cooking. Each day, children will read and respond to quality
           children’s literature. It will be delectable class for those with a taste for good books and good food.

FEE:       $10.00 payable the first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Crafts Around the World                                                    Grades 2-7

CONTENT:   Work on crafts from different cultures. Possible projects include origami, a Chinese dragon,
           Matryushka dolls (Russia), African drums or a dideridoo, Celtic Knot greeting cards, Mexican (metal)
           cut-outs, and paper maracas.

FEE:       $10.00 payable the first day of summer school.
COURSE;    Creative Stitchery                                                         Grades 2-8
CONTENT:   Create jewelry gifts, purses/bags, key chains, magnets, and much more with many different patterns
           and materials. Students will learn the basic stitches needed for creating many fun projects. This
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           class is intended for students entering 2 grade and above.

FEE:       $10.00 payable first day of summer school
COURSE:    Creative Writing                                                           Grades 2-8
CONTENT:   Students are encouraged to think of themselves as authors and will do what "real" authors do. They
           will select their own topics, develop their own style, and share and learn from one another. Students
           will learn the 6-traits of good writing taking a piece of writing from the pre-writing stage all the way
           through the publishing stage.

FEE:       $5.00 payable the first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Dinosaurs                                                                  Grades 3-6
CONTENT:   Come learn more about the world of dinosaurs. This course will integrate reading and writing as the
           students learn about the many types of dinosaurs, how they lived, and the theories about why they
           are extinct.

FEE:       $5.00 payable first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Early Literacy                                                             Grades 1-2
CONTENT:   This class uses a small group setting led by a specially trained teacher to improve student reading
           performance. Please speak to your child’s principal to see if this class would be appropriate for your
           student.

FEE:       No fee
COURSE:    Eco Explorers                                                              Grades 4-7
CONTENT:   If you like Nature Detectives, you will love the hands-on, action packed challenges of Eco Explorers.
           This class will be held outdoors, rain or shine. Students will learn identification of local plant and
           animal species, collect and analyze data, and create their own environmental science investigations.
           As they explore the local environment, participants will have opportunities to use GPS receivers,
           microscopes, and other scientific equipment.
FEE:       $10.00 payable first day of summer school.




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COURSE:    Fifty Nifty States                                                          Grades 2-7
CONTENT:   Students will have the opportunity to learn about the United States, famous Americans, how our
           government works, landforms, states, and the constitution through interactive games, activities, and
           projects.
FEE:       $5.00 payable first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Forensics                                                                   Grades 4-8
CONTENT:   Learn the basics of forensics. Practice prose interpretation, poetry interpretation, solo acting, play
           acting, and reader’s theater. Get a jump on next year’s forensic season. Pick you pieces early and
           get in some summer practice. Try something new in the world of forensics.

FEE:       $5.00 payable the first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Forensic Science Investigation                                              Grades 4-7
CONTENT:   Students will solve mysteries using forensic science techniques such as fingerprinting, shoe
           impressions, deductive reasoning, tire tracks, and powder analysis to mention a few. This will be a
           lab based class with an introduction to the justice system and crime solving skills.
FEE:       $10.00 payable first day of summer school.
COURSE:    French                                                                      Grades 2-7
CONTENT:   This course will introduce aspects of French grammar with concurrent practice in conversation. We
           will also focus on the culture of French-speaking countries.

FEE:       $5.00 payable the first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Go Green!                                                                   Grades 4-7
CONTENT:   Students learn the principals of recycling, reusing, and reducing in this environmental based class
           while enjoying activities and projects that will help save Mother Nature!

FEE:       $10.00 payable first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Going Global                                                                Grades 2-7
CONTENT:   This hands-on course is designed to give students the opportunity to make and taste simple recipes,
           create international crafts and participate in games from around the world.

FEE:       $10.00 payable the first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Intermediate Arts & Crafts                                                  Grades 4-7
CONTENT:   Indoor and outdoor drawing, sketching, painting, stitchery and other projects as selected by the
           teacher.
FEE:       $10.00 payable first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Intermediate Computer Lab                                                   Grades 3-7
CONTENT:   Students will learn how to use the Internet safely, and how to use various Microsoft programs that
           are very useful for personal projects and school projects such as PowerPoint, Word, and Excel.
           Keyboarding skills may also be incorporated.
FEE:       $10.00 payable first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Intermediate II Computer Lab                               Grades 3-7

CONTENT:   Students must have previously taken Intermediate Computer Lab. Students will continue to learn
           how to use the Internet safely, and continue to explore the many different Microsoft computer
           programs and create projects.

FEE:       $10.00 payable first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Intermediate Computer Skills                                                Grades 4-8

CONTENT:   Students must have already taken Keyboarding to enroll in this class. Students will learn how to use
           the Internet and use various Microsoft programs that are very useful for personal and school projects
           such as PowerPoint and Word. Students will also improve their keyboarding skills.

FEE:       $10.00 payable first day of summer school.

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COURSE:    Intermediate Games Galore                                                   Grades 4-7
CONTENT:   Students will experience a variety of physical education games, activities, and skills.
FEE:       $5.00 payable first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Intermediate Math                                                           Grades 4-7

CONTENT:   This course is designed for students who need extra help with basic math concepts and skills such
           as adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing, place value, telling time, identifying and counting
           money, and solving story problems.

FEE:       $5.00 payable first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Intermediate Reading                                                        Grades 4-7

CONTENT:   This course is designed to help students with basic phonics and decoding skills, with knowing and
           applying basic reading comprehension strategies, and with the basic mechanics of writing sentences
           including punctuation and sentence structure.

FEE:       $5.00 payable first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Intermediate Science                                                        Grades 4-7
CONTENT:   Activities are designed to give a hands-on approach to a variety of subject areas on the world of
           science.
FEE:       $10.00 payable first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Intermediate Science Wonders                                                Grades 4-7
CONTENT:   Activities are designed to give a hands-on approach to a variety of subject areas in the world of
           science.
FEE:       $10.00 payable first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Intermediate Writing                                                        Grades 4-7

CONTENT:   Students are encouraged to think of themselves as authors and will do what "real" authors do. They
           will select their own topics, develop their own style, and share and learn from one another. Students
           will learn the 6-traits of good writing taking a piece of writing from the pre-writing stage all the way
           through the publishing stage.

FEE:       $5.00 payable first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Introductory Keyboarding                                                    Grades 2-8

CONTENT:   The ability to type is an important skill in today's technology-driven world. This computer
           keyboarding class is designed for students with little or no previous keyboarding (typing) experience.
           In this course the student will learn the alphabetic keyboarding technique. The class will emphasize
           the development of typing speed and accuracy. This course is offered to students going into grades
           2-8 in the fall of 2010. Students enrolled in Classical School will be given preference for enrollment,
           but non-Classical School students will be accepted, space permitting.

FEE:       $10.00 payable first day of summer school
COURSE:    Introductory Knitting                                                       Grades 3-8
CONTENT:   Students will learn the basic techniques of knitting and work on continuing projects throughout the
           class. Learn this life long skill and have some fun too! This class is intended for students entering
            rd
           3 grade and above with no knitting experience.

FEE:       $10.00 payable first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Jewelry Jamboree                                                            Grades 2-7

CONTENT:   Create a colorful bracelet, necklace, even pins using a variety of materials. Design your own beads
           and use them to create original jewelry works of art.

FEE:       $10.00 payable the first day of summer school.


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COURSE:    Lawn Games                                                                   Grades 3-8
CONTENT:   Learn to play lawn games such as badminton, croquet, Frisbee golf and horseshoes. Game skills
           will be taught and emphasized, with whole game play possible as time and weather permit.

FEE:       $5.00 payable first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Literacy and More                                                            Grades 2-6
CONTENT:   Students will participate in literacy based activities including reading, writing, speaking and listening.
           Math concepts will be reviewed and practiced also.

FEE:       No fee
COURSE:    Little Theatre                                                               Grades 2-7

CONTENT:   This course is designed for the student who likes to put on plays, do improvisations, act out dramatic
           situations, and pantomime. Basic stage and theatre concepts will also be taught while encouraging
           and providing an outlet for the dramatically creative side of the children’s personalities.

FEE:       $10.00 payable first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Making Memories                                                              Grades 2-7

CONTENT:   Students will learn the art of preserving thoughts and memories by learning to write in a journal or
           diary, creating various picture frames and photo magnets, as well as scrapbooking (Albums not
           provided, class will provide students with scrapbook pages and materials to create those pages, a
           journal, and other crafting supplies. Albums are available at Wal-Mart or hobby stores everywhere.)


FEE:       $10.00 payable the first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Math Madness                                                                  Grades 4-7

CONTENT:   This course is designed for the more capable child in math who enjoys challenges and problem
           solving. Math skills will be enhanced through various activities and games.

FEE:       $5.00 payable first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Math Reinforcement at Classical                                               Grades 1-4

CONTENT:   This class is designed for students who need reinforcement in the basic skills of math. Practice and
           skill-building will be targeted toward the specific skills needed for success in the Saxon programs at
           Level 1, 2, 3 and 5/4.

FEE:       $5.00 payable first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Money Smarts                                                                 Grades 4-5

CONTENT:   Students will set financial goals, make wise decisions before spending their money, learn basic
           money management skills, be exposed to basic concepts of credit and debt, and saving and
           investment principles. Curriculum is being developed and will include online learning in the school’s
           computer lab. Activities to reinforce classroom learning will be designed for parents and students to
           interact a couple of nights each week. These family oriented activities will build an ongoing dialogue
           around the child’s newly learned money management skills.

FEE:       $5.00 payable first day of summer school.
COURSE:    No Bake Cooking                                                              Grades 2-7
CONTENT:   Learn the basics of cooking in safe and fun environment. No-bake cooking provides students
           exposure to fundamental cooking skills without having to use an oven. The class is intended for
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           students entering 3 grade and up with no cooking skills required. Students will be asked to bring
           for their own use, basic cooking utensils/supplies such as bowls, spoons, spatulas, etc.

FEE:       $10.00 payable the first day of summer school.




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COURSE:    One Day Wonders                                                             Grades 1-8
CONTENT:   Inquisitive students wanted! Join us for a class of wonders where each day we will explore
           something new. Topics will range from crafts, playacting, outdoor adventures, history, math, games,
           and more! Each day will present a new learning surprise!

FEE:       $10.00 payable first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Out of this World                                                           Grades 2-7
CONTENT:   Students will learn about the stars, sun, planets, and moons in our solar system. Students will
           investigate these concepts through various hands-on activities.
FEE:       $5.00 payable first day of summer school.

COURSE:    Primary Arts & Crafts                                                       Grades 2-3
CONTENT:   Indoor and outdoor drawing, sketching, painting, stitchery and other projects as selected by the
           teacher.
FEE:       $10.00 payable first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Primary Computer Lab                                                  Grades 2-3
CONTENT:   Students will continue to develop general computer skills and knowledge of computers. Microsoft
           Word, Kispiration and Powerpoint, will be used and students will learn how to use student safe
           internet sites for research as well as e-mail for communication.
FEE:       $10.00 payable first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Primary Games Galore                                                        Grades 2-3
CONTENT:   Students will experience a variety of physical education games, activities, and skills.
FEE:       $5.00 payable first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Primary Math                                                                Grades 2-3

CONTENT:   For students who need additional practice with counting, recognizing coins, basic addition and
           subtraction, telling time, place value, and basic word problems.

FEE:       $5.00 payable first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Primary Nature Detectives                                                   Grades 2-3
CONTENT:   Activities are designed in a hands-on approach that includes many aspects of the world of science
           with emphasis on insects, plants, and animals.
FEE:       $10.00 payable first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Primary Reading                                                           Grades 2-3
CONTENT:   For students who need additional practice learning basic reading strategies including: sight words,
           phonics and decoding skills, word study, vocabulary building, understanding what they have read,
           and writing as it relates to these areas.

FEE:       $5.00 payable first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Primary Science                                                             Grades 2-3
CONTENT:   Activities are designed in a hands-on approach that includes many aspects of the world of science
           with emphasis on insects, plants, and animals.

FEE:       $10.00 payable first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Puppetry                                                                    Grades 2-3

CONTENT:   Puppetry is a form of theatre or performance which involves the creation and manipulation of
           puppets. Students in this course will research and create their own puppets using skills of writing of
           skits, building of puppets, and dramatic performance.

FEE:       $10.00 payable first day of summer school.




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COURSE:    The Rainforest                                                                Grades2-7
CONTENT:   Become an explorer of the rainforest. Through reading, writing, crafts and activities students will
           learn how important it is to all of us and about the plants and animals that live there.

FEE:       $5.00 payable first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Read and Write for Fun                                                        Grades 2-7
CONTENT:   Students will experience the world of books and be encouraged to think of themselves as an author.
           Students will read books from a variety of authors and genres and will be given the opportunity to
           develop their own writing skills and publish personal works.

FEE:       No fee
COURSE:    Reading Reinforcement at Classical                                            Grades 2-3

CONTENT:   This class is for students who need reinforcement in the basic skills of reading. Practice and skill-
           building will be targeted toward the specific skills needed for success in the Horizons B, Reading
           Mastery 3 and 4 programs.

FEE:       $5.00 payable first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Science Explorers                                                             Grades 4-5
CONTENT:   Activities are designed to get kids out of their seat to explore the exciting world of science through
           unique hands-on learning experiences.
FEE:       $10.00 payable first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Scrapbooking/Stamping                                                         Grades 2-7

CONTENT:   A hands-on course where students will focus on creating scrapbook pages with photos from home
           for a great keepsake. Students will use stamping techniques, journaling, and learn how to crop and
           mat pictures to make their very own one-of-a-kind album.
           (Albums not provided, class will provide students with scrapbook pages and materials to create
           those pages. Albums are available at Wal-Mart or Hobby stores everywhere.)

FEE:       $10.00 payable the first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Scrapbooking/Stamping II                                                      Grades 4-7

CONTENT:   Must have previously taken Scrapbooking/Stamping. A hands-on course where students will focus
           on creating detail scrapbook pages with photos from home for a great keepsake; students continue
           to use stamping techniques, journaling, and learn how to crop and mat pictures to make their own
           one-of-a-kind album. (Albums not provided, class will provide students with scrapbook pages and
           materials to create those pages. Albums are available at Wal-Mart or Hobby stores everywhere.)
FEE:       $10.00 payable the first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Soccer Skills                                                          Grades 1-3
CONTENT:   Introductory soccer skills, drills and practice play for students entering grades 1 to 3.

FEE:       $5.00 payable first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Spanish                                                                       Grades 2-7
CONTENT:   This course will introduce aspects of Spanish grammar with concurrent practice in conversation. We
           will also focus on the culture of Spanish-speaking countries.

FEE:       $5.00 payable the first day of summer school.
COURSE:    Sports of all Sorts                                                           Grades 4-7
CONTENT:   Students will learn specific sport skills. Each week a different sport will be the focus of skill
           development. The sports include volleyball skills, basketball skills, soccer skills, and
           softball/baseball skills.
FEE:       $5.00 payable first day of summer school.




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COURSE:                 Summer Book Lovers                                                            Grades 3-8
CONTENT:                Students will experience the literature world through a variety of activities intended to develop and
                        broaden their appreciation and love of literature. This is not intended for those students who need
                        help with basic skills.

FEE:                    $5.00 payable the first day of summer school.
COURSE:                 Writer’s Workshop                                                             Grades 4-7
CONTENT:                Student writers will be provided an opportunity to develop their writing skills, interact with fellow
                        authors, and publish personal works. The class will operate in a Writers Workshop format where
                        students will have a choice in the types of writing and topics they would like to address.

FEE:                    $5.00 payable the first day of summer school.
COURSE:                 Johnston Summer School                                                                Grades K-8
CONTENT:                Students will go deeper into the curriculum from the previous school year, participating in enriching
                        math, reading, writing, science, social studies, technology, physical education, and music and art
                        activities. Continuing to read, write and practice math facts daily is crucial in retaining those great
                        skills and strategies we learned throughout the school year! (8:30-11:30)

FEE:                    $5.00 payable first day of summer school.
COURSE:                 Columbus Summer School                                                                Grades K-6
CONTENT:                Students will go deeper into the curriculum from the previous school year, participating in enriching
                        math, reading, writing, science, social studies, technology, physical education, and music and art
                        activities. Continuing to read, write and practice math facts daily is crucial in retaining those great
                        skills and strategies we learned throughout the school year! (8:30-11:30)
FEE:                    $20.00 payable first day of summer school.




 Please see registration form for specific times and locations that each course is offered. Class start times are 8:30, 9:30, and
                                                  10:30 and meet for one hour.




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                       2011 FOX VALLEY CONSORTIUM SUMMER SCHOOL
                       ELEMENTARY REGISTRATION FORM (APPLETON)
           Required for Non-District Registrations: If your child lives outside of the AASD boundaries, the summer school
                                  director of that district needs to approve the student registration.
                          Director Approval__________________________________ Date:___________________



Student Name______________________________________ Gender _M__F____ Date Of Birth__________

Address__________________________________Apt # _______City__________________ Zip___________

Home Phone #____________________________________                      Grade in Fall 2011_____________________

Is student currently attending an AASD school?
________ Yes, my child is currently attending______________________ school (name of elementary school).
________ No, my child attends school in the __________________ school district (name of school district child is currently
attending). If you answered no and live outside of the AASD, you will need to get prior approval from your school district’s
summer school coordinator before registering for Appleton’s summer school program. Please take this form to your district
coordinator for their signature before turning it in at registration.

Does this student have an IEP, Building Intervention Plan, or 504 Plan? ____Yes ____No (If yes, please
explain):________________________________________________________________________________
According to WI Dept of Public Instruction, summer school classes are not tailored to implement a student’s IEP.

All Appleton School District policies for the regular academic school year regarding dress, behavior and school
safety are in effect during Summer School. If you would like a copy of these policies, please contact the Summer
School office.
                                              EMERGENCY INFORMATION

Parent/Guardian Name ______________________________________Phone # _______________________
Work # ___________________ Cell # ________________E-mail Address ___________________________
Parent/Guardian Name ______________________________________Phone #________________________
Work # ___________________ Cell # ________________E-mail Address ___________________________

If parent/guardian cannot be reached by phone, please contact:
     1. Name ________________________________________ Relationship _____________________________
         Phone Number(s) ______________________________________________________
     2. Name________________________________________ Relationship ______________________________
         Phone Number(s) ______________________________________________________

Special Health Concerns/Medical Diagnoses: ____________________________________________________
Will your child have medications at summer school? Yes _________            No __________
        If so, please provide the name of the medication(s):_________________________________________
        Reason for Medication(s) _____________________________________________________________
        Time(s) medication is administered: Routine/Daily __________________________________________
        As Needed __________________ Emergency ___________________________
(Please bring any medications to the site coordinator on the first day of summer school.)
I hereby authorize summer school personnel to obtain emergency medical care for my child if needed.

Parent/Guardian _________________________________________________________
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                     Elementary Summer School Dates: June 13 – July 15 , 2011 (no classes July 4-8)
                                    Classes are Monday – Friday 8:30 – 11:30 am

Please turn in your registration form at the school you want your child to attend. Registrations will be accepted at your
school’s Registration Kick-Off and up to (and including) the first day of summer school. Don’t delay – classes that do not
have the minimum enrollment will be cancelled in May. Questions? Call the Summer School office at 832-4976.

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              APPLETON AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT
                          2011
               ELL SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM


                    ELEMENTARY ELL PROGRAM
DATES:       June 13 – July 15, 2011 (Mon-Fri); no school July 4-8
TIMES:       8:30-11:30am
SITE:        Highlands Elementary School             FEE: NONE
COORDINATOR: James Lehto (lehtojames@aasd.k12.wi.us)

COURSES OFFERED:

Kindergarten ELL – A274 – (Enrichment) Open to students entering kindergarten in the fall. The
class provides an intensive language experience including cultural exposure for students who
have a primary language other than English. Students will be evaluated on a satisfactory or
unsatisfactory completion basis.

Primary Elementary ELL – A273 – (Enrichment) Open to students entering Grades 1-3 in the fall
and who have an English language proficiency level of 1 or 2. The class provides an intensive
language experience including cultural exposure for students who have a primary language other
than English. Students will be evaluated on a satisfactory or unsatisfactory completion basis.

Intermediate Elementary ELL – A275 – (Enrichment) Open to students entering grades 4-5 in the
fall and who have an English language proficiency level of 1 or 2. The class provides and
intensive language experience for students who have a primary language other than English.
Students will be evaluated on a satisfactory or unsatisfactory completion basis.




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             2011 ELL Elementary Summer School Student Registration Form
                   Jefferson: June 13th-July 15th (no school 7/4-7/8)
                                                                     Due April 1

            Required for Non-District Registrations: If your child lives outside of the AASD boundaries, the summer school
                                   director of that district needs to approve the student registration.
                    Director Approval_________________________________ Date:_____________________



Student____________________________ ID #_________________ Male/Female
(Full name, first and last)

Grade______                Language Level: I II III                                    Reading Level___________
(current grade)                                                                                      (instruc. bench mark)


Home School______________________ SchoolAttending____________________
(school that is in their neighborhood, for most this is the same)   (School they are in this year)


EEN Needs (LD, Speech, ED, CD)________________________ If yes, please include IEP with registration

ELL Teacher________________________                                     Date of birth___________________

Address________________________________ Phone number______________

In U.S. 18 months or less? Yes No
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                                Emergency Medical and Dental Care Information

I hereby authorize the school principal, teacher or secretary to call the physician, dentist, or clinic named
below if a need for emergency care exists and if no one authorized below can be reached.

Father________________Place of employment________________Phone________

Mother________________Place of employment_______________Phone_________

Physician or Clinic_______________________________________Phone__________

Dentist or Clinic_________________________________________Phone__________

Special health concerns________________________________________________

Emergency contact person_______________________________Phone____________

My child has permission to be away from the school campus while taking field trips or doing work necessary for
the completion of the course.   YES NO


Parent/Guardian Signature_______________________________


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                                      Fox Valley Consortium Summer School
                                             Elementary Choir Camp
         A premiere choral experience for students going into grades 3-6 who really like to sing
Dates:    Choir Camp will be held daily from Monday, June 6. 2011through Friday, June 10, 2011
          from 8:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. daily.
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         A concert for parents will be held on Friday, June 10 , 2011, 5:00 p.m. at Einstein Middle School.
Location: All classes will be held at Einstein Middle School.

Registration and fee: All registration forms are due on or before Friday, May 13th. No late registrations will be accepted. Please send
registration form and a fee of $25*, payable to Appleton Area School District to:

                                                Summer School Choir Camp Registration
                                                    Dr. Kevin Meidl, Coordinator
                                                    Appleton West High School
                                                        610 N. Badger Ave.
                                                        Appleton, WI 54914

The registration fee includes a music folder, music, materials, and a summer choir camp shirt.

(*Those students who qualify for waiver of fees or free lunch will have the fee waived for this class)

Confirmation: Unless otherwise notified, you may assume that your student has been accepted for Choir Camp. If you have any
questions, please contact the summer school office at 832-4976 or email the coordinator at meidlkevin@aasd.k12.wi.us.

Rules: The children are expected to attend camp each day for the whole morning to enjoy this camp to its fullest. All AASD policies for the
regular academic school year regarding dress, behavior, etc., are in effect during summer school. Copies of the AASD behavior policies
are available upon request. Any student who does not live in the Appleton Area School District is required to get the approval and
signature of their district's summer school director prior to sending in the registration form. All students who attend a school within the Fox
Valley Consortium are welcome to attend this camp. If you have questions regarding out of district attendance, please call the Appleton
Summer School office at 832-4976.

Choir Camp Content: This camp will provide the student with a rich variety of musical experiences. Some of the things that students will
learn/experience are: developing their musical ears, developing their ability to read music from the printed score, learning to follow a printed
octavo, learning to use movement and facial expressions to communicate with the audience, studying the voice as an instrument, using
folksongs as a medium for story telling through music and refining music for the concert on the last day of class. Please see the Class
Descriptions for details about the instruction.

                                                          CLASS DESCRIPTIONS
                                                       Elementary Music Camp 2011

Ear Training:    A basic general music class for students interesting in developing their musical ears. The focus will be tonal memory,
melody, and rhythm patterns.

Sight Singing: A basic general music class for students interested in developing their ability to read music from the printed score.
Concepts such as Major Key, Solfegio, and musical intervals will be studied.

Note Reading:     A grass-roots level class in following a printed octavo. Terms such as grand staff, repeat, fine, and da capo will be
studied.

Acting Class:    A dynamic class in performance for singers. Techniques such as physical alignment, movement, facial expression, and
text communication will be studied.

Dance Class:     Movement through music will be studied in this class. Students will explore the basics dance techniques and
understandings as they apply to music performance.

Voice Class:      The voice will be studied as an instrument. Healthy singing, tone color (timbre), breathing, support, vowel placement,
consonants, will be some of the subject covered in this class.

Folksongs: This class will use the extensive folksong repertoire as a medium for story telling through music. Unison and part songs will
be our text books.

Choir Sectionals/Rehearsal: A traditional chorus setting where music is studied, created, and refined for concert performance on the last
day of the camp.
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                          ELEMENTARY CHOIR CAMP REGISTRATION FORM
                                            2011
                            FOX VALLEY SUMMER SCHOOL CONSORTIUM
    Required for Non-District Registrations: If your child lives outside of the AASD boundaries, the summer school director of
                                      that district needs to approve the student registration.
                   Director Approval____________________________________ Date: _____________________



Student Name_____________________________________                            Gender: M / F         Date Of Birth__________

Address__________________________________ Apt # _______City__________________ Zip___________

Home Phone #____________________________________                            Grade in Fall 2011_____________________

Is student currently attending an AASD school?
________ Yes, my child is currently attending______________________ school (name of elementary school).
________ No, my child attends school in the __________________ school district (name of school district child is currently
attending). If you answered no, you will need to get prior approval from your school district’s summer school coordinator
before registering for Appleton’s summer school program. Please take this form to your district coordinator for their signature
before turning it in at registration.

Does this student have an IEP, Building Intervention Plan, or 504 Plan? ____Yes ____No (If yes, please
explain):________________________________________________________________________________
According to WI Dept of Public Instruction, summer school classes are not tailored to implement a student’s IEP.

All Appleton School District policies for the regular academic school year regarding dress, behavior and school safety are in effect during
Summer School. If you would like a copy of these policies, please contact the Summer School office.
                                                       EMERGENCY INFORMATION

Parent/Guardian Name ______________________________________Phone # _______________________
Work # ___________________ Cell # ________________E-mail Address ___________________________
Parent/Guardian Name ______________________________________Phone #________________________
Work # ___________________ Cell # ________________E-mail Address ___________________________

If parent/guardian cannot be reached by phone, please contact:
1. Name ________________________________________ Relationship _____________________________
Phone Number(s) ______________________________________________________
2. Name________________________________________ Relationship ______________________________
Phone Number(s) ______________________________________________________

Special Health Concerns/Medical Diagnoses: ____________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________
Will your child have medications at summer school? Yes _________            No __________
        If so, please provide the name of the medication(s):_________________________________________
        Reason for Medication(s) _____________________________________________________________
        Time(s) medication is administered: Routine/Daily _______ As Needed _____ Emergency __________
        (Please bring any medications to the site coordinator on the first day of summer school.)
I hereby authorize summer school personnel to obtain emergency medical care for my child if needed.
Parent/Guardian _________________________________________________________
                                                         Music Lesson History
Instrument played: _______________________ Number of years of formal instruction: _________
Piano: ____yes ___no      Number of years of formal instruction: _________
                                                  Clothing Size for Camp T-Shirt
                                T-Shirt size (please circle one) Youth Sm Youth Med Youth Lg
                                                  Adult Sm Adult Med. Adult Lg

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                        Registration begins now – return this form as soon as possible to the
                               AASD Summer School Office (golf classes fill quickly!)
                                        Consortium Summer School




                                                     Beginner’s Golf Lessons
                                For Students                                                   This Fall.
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When: Beginner’s golf lessons will be offered during the week of July 18th through July 22 , 2011.

Where: The following schools will offer golf lessons:
                                         Lincoln School (1000 N. Mason St.)
                                         McKinley School (1125 E. Taft St.)
                                        Huntley School (2224 N. Ullman St.)

Class times will be:            8:30-9:30 a.m.         Grades 1 & 2
                               9:30-10:30 a.m.         Grades 3 & 4
                               10:30-11:30 a.m.        Grades 5 & 6

Class Information: In these groups lessons, students will learn the fundamentals of golf, including swing, putting,
the basic rules, and golf etiquette. All equipment is provided for the children. Parents are welcome to stay to watch
their child participate.

Class Size: Limited to 20 students per hour at each school site on a first-come first served basis. Students can sign
up for one session of classes. You will be called or emailed if the class is full and your child cannot be enrolled.

Cost: $5.00, paid the first day.

Sign up: Register now – all classes fill quickly! Please choose your class time and location and circle your child’s
grade level below, fill out the registration form on the reverse side of this form(one per student), then mail the
completed form(s) to:

                             AASD Summer School Office-Golf Class
                                 120 E Harris St PO Box 2019
                                   Appleton, WI 54912-2019
If you want to receive a confirmation letter, please include a self addressed, self stamped envelope with your
registration. Confirmation letters will be mailed out in June.

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                I want my child to take golf lessons at: (Please label 1 , 2              and 3 choices)
  Choice       School                     Choice   School                                      Choice       School

               Lincoln School                      McKinley School                                          Huntley School
               8:30-9:30 am Gr 1-2                  8:30-9:30am Gr 1-2                                      8:30-9:30am Gr 1-2
               Lincoln School                      McKinley School                                          Huntley School
               9:30-10:30 am Gr 3-4                 9:30-10:30am Gr 3-4                                     9:30-10:30am Gr 3-4
               Lincoln School                      McKinley School                                          Huntley School
               10:30-11:30 am Gr 5-6               10:30-11:30am Gr 5-6                                     10:30-11:30am Gr 5-6

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                My child is going to be in (circle one) 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 , 6                          grade in the fall.


   Please complete the registration form (one per student) on the back of this flyer. Thank you.


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             ELEMENTARY GOLF CLASS REGISTRATION FORM (APPLETON)
                                    2011
                   FOX VALLEY SUMMER SCHOOL CONSORTIUM
         Required for Non-District Registrations: If your child lives outside of the AASD boundaries, the summer school
                                director of that district needs to approve the student registration.
                       Director Approval____________________________________ Date:
        _____________________


Student Name__________________________________________ Gender: M / F                         Date of Birth_________

Address__________________________________ Apt # _______City__________________ Zip__________

Home Phone #____________________________________                       Grade in Fall 2011____________________

Is student currently attending an AASD school?
________ Yes, my child is currently attending______________________ school (name of elementary school).
________ No, my child attends school in the __________________ school district (name of school district child is currently
attending). If you answered no, you will need to get prior approval from your school district’s summer school coordinator
before registering for Appleton’s summer school program. Please take this form to your district coordinator for their signature
before turning it in at registration.

Does this student have an IEP, Building Intervention Plan, or 504 Plan? ____Yes ____No (If yes, please
explain):________________________________________________________________________________
According to WI Dept of Public Instruction, summer school classes are not tailored to implement a student’s IEP.

All Appleton School District policies for the regular academic school year regarding dress, behavior and school
safety are in effect during Summer School. If you would like a copy of these policies, please contact the Summer
School office.
                                              EMERGENCY INFORMATION

Parent/Guardian Name ______________________________________Phone # _______________________ Work #
___________________ Cell # ________________E-mail Address ___________________________
Parent/Guardian Name ______________________________________Phone #________________________ Work #
___________________ Cell # ________________E-mail Address ___________________________

If parent/guardian cannot be reached by phone, please contact:
1. Name ____________________ Relationship _______________ Phone Number(s)_________________
2. Name____________________ Relationship _______________ Phone Number(s) _________________

Special Health Concerns/Medical Diagnoses:
________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________
Will your child have medications at summer school? Yes _________            No __________
        If so, please provide the name of the medication(s):________________________________________
        Reason for Medication(s) ____________________________________________________________
        Time(s) medication is administered: Routine/Daily ________________________________________ As Needed
        __________________ Emergency ___________________________
(Please bring any medications to the site coordinator on the first day of summer school.)
I hereby authorize summer school personnel to obtain emergency medical care for my child if needed.
Parent/Guardian _________________________________________________________
                                      Golf Class Dates: July 18- July 22, 2011 Monday - Friday
                                                Classes     8:30-9:30 (Grades 1 & 2)
                                                           9:30-10:30 (Grades 3 & 4)
                                                          10:30-11:30 (Grades 5 & 6)

Please return your registration form to the Appleton Summer School Office, 120 E Harris St, PO Box 2019, Appleton, WI
54912-2019. Don’t delay – classes fill quickly! Any Questions? Call the Summer School office at 832-4976.
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                     Summer School Course Offering
                          “Money Smarts‖
         Sponsored by Thrivent Financial For Lutherans Foundation &
                       Community First Credit Union

       Open to all students who will enter 4th or 5th grade, fall 2011
       4-Week course, Mon.-Fri. for one hour
       Starts June 13 & ends July 15 (break the week of July 4 -8)
       Locations: Badger, Classical, Ferber, Franklin, Highlands, Houdini,
                   Huntley, Jefferson, and McKinley

         Enrollment limited to 20 students/site—ACT NOW!!!!!

     Help kids get smart about money. Students will learn how to:
        *earn money               * spend wisely
        *save for the future      * invest
     BONUS: A bank (―Penny the Pig‖) will be presented to students at the start of the
class (plus a few dollars to work with). Students will be given the pig at the end of
Summer School (regular attendance is required).

  Learn how to manage your money and have fun in the process! Students will have a
   mock school checking account as they earn money in class to spend at the School
Store. Activities to reinforce classroom learning are designed for parents and students to
       practice at home. Every student will walk away with a better idea of money
  management—earning, spending and saving, and they’ll take home a Money Savvy
                   Piggy Bank to continue to apply what they’ve learned.
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                                         Before & After
                                       Summer School Care 2011
The Appleton YMCA School Age Department is offering care before and after summer
school for children attending the following Appleton schools: Edna Ferber, Janet Berry and
Johnston elementary.

Be assured your child will be in a safe, caring environment filled with a variety of fun and
enrichment-type activities that will include snacks, large/small group games, themed
activities, outdoor play, arts & crafts, swimming and much much more.

For those needing full day care throughout the summer, the following sites are being
offered: Edna Ferber, Janet Berry, Johnston, Greenville, the downtown Appleton Y, Child
Learning Center (CLC) at Thrivent, as well as Camp Shioc with pick up/drop off at Appleton
Y or Sunrise elementary in Kimberly. (am pick only at CLC)

You are not limited to just one location, mix and match to best fit your child’s interests and
care needs.

                  Full day (6:30am-6pm) or Half day (6:30am-1pm or Noon-6pm)
                             2 day per week minimum/per child
                           Monday – Friday         June 6 – August 19
                                        (select sites open through Aug. 25th)

                   (No programs held Monday, July 4th or Friday, August 26tt)

A daily fee includes a morning and/or afternoon snack, twice weekly swim time at the
downtown Appleton Y, scheduled fieldtrips and transportation. Optional swim lessons are
also scheduled for an additional fee/registration.

YMCA staff do not stay back for children who attend summer school on
designated fieldtrip days, alternative arrangements or a full day must be
scheduled.

Registration and rate information can be obtained in the downtown Appleton Y main lobby
                            brochure racks or by contacting:

                School Age Dept. 920-954-7641                                 schoolage@ymcafoxcities.org

   Registrations begin Monday, January 3, 2011 - 6:00am in the Appleton YMCA
                                School Age Dept.

 Our Mission: To put Christian principles into practice by promoting youth, adult and family activities that build a healthy spirit,
                                                      mind and body for all.
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                                                            2011 Summer Program
                                                                 Information


The Boys & Girls Club of the Fox Valley will
once again offer a full array of summer youth
development programs for young people
between the ages of 6 (must have completed
Kindergarten) and 18 years throughout the Fox Valley area. In addition to the many activities that are available at
The Boys & Girls Club each day, especially during the summer months, we are pleased to offer summer school
classes as an extension of the Appleton Area School District’s Consortium Summer School program. The
teachers at the Boys & Girls Club are licensed by the State of Wisconsin.

Classes at the Boys & Girls Club will relate to the Boys & Girls Club’s five core program areas. Those core areas
are:
      Character and Leadership development
      Education and Career development
      Healthy Living and Life Skills development
      The Arts
      Sports, Fitness, and Recreation


Membership in the Boys & Girls Club is required for all summer program and summer school participants at the
Boys & Girls Club. Membership is only $15 per year or $35 a year for a family of 3 or more.

The Boys and Girls Club of the Fox Valley is located at 117 South Locust Street in Appleton. To learn more about
the Boys & Girls Club of the Fox Valley, please call 920-731-0555.




                                     Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley
                                          117 South Locust Street
                                            Appleton, WI 54914
                                              (920) 731-0555
                                         mail@bgclubfoxvalley.org




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      Appleton Area School District
                             Middle School Enrichment
                                                          Summer School
                                                             2011



                            EINSTEIN, MADISON, ROOSEVELT
                             AND WILSON MIDDLE SCHOOLS
                                 June 13 – July 15, 2011
                                    Monday – Friday
                                                                  (No Classes July 4-8)
         Classes Run 8:45 – 9:45, 9:45 – 10:45 and 10:45-11:45 am

                                      Courses open to students entering grades 7-9 in the fall

          Policies: All Appleton Area School District policies for the regular academic school year
          regarding dress, behavior, etc. are in effect during Summer School. A copy of this guide is
          available upon request by calling the summer school office at 832-4976.
          To Register: Registration with two evening registration sessions at each middle school. If you
          are unable to attend one of these registration sessions, you may mail or drop off your registration
          form after the final kick-off night at the middle school office where your child will be attending (c/o
          Summer School Coordinator). No early registrations accepted. No phone registrations
          accepted.
                                                      Registration Kick-Off Dates and Times
                                                     (Registration is on a first come, first served basis)

   Einstein Middle School            Madison Middle School                   Roosevelt Middle School                           Wilson Middle School
   March 21 & 22, 2011               March 8, 2011 6:00-7:30 pm              March 3, 2011 5:00-7:00 pm                        March 15 & 17, 2011
   6:00-7:00pm                       March 10, 2011 5:30-7:00 pm             March 7, 2011 4:30-6:30 pm                        4:30-6:00 pm
   Community Room                    LMC                                     School Lobby                                      Foyer by Main Office


          Fees: Will be collected the first day of summer school. Make checks payable to Appleton
          Area School District.
          Waivers: Students who qualify for the free milk or reduced lunch program may waive materials
          fees. Please verify this with the site coordinator upon registration.
                                                                      Out of District Registrations
Consortium Students: Any student from the Brillion, Freedom, Hilbert, Hortonville, Kaukauna, Kimberly, Little Chute, Menasha, Neenah, or Shiocton
districts will need their registration form signed by that district’s summer school director in order to participate in the Appleton program. Contact information
for all consortium summer school directors is listed in the front of this catalog.
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                          FOX VALLEY SUMMER SCHOOL CONSORTIUM
                                           2011
                        MIDDLE SCHOOL REGISTRATION FORM (APPLETON)

       Required for Non-District Registrations: If your child lives outside of the AASD boundaries, the summer school
                              director of that district needs to approve the student registration.
               Director Approval____________________________________ Date: ____________________



Student Name_______________________________________________ Date Of Birth__________________

Address __________________________________Apt # _______City__________________ Zip___________

Home Phone #____________________________________                       Grade in Fall 2011_____________________

Is student currently attending an AASD school?
________ Yes, my child is currently attending______________________ school (name of elementary school).
________ No, my child attends school in the __________________ school district (name of school district child is
currently attending). If you answered no, you will need to get prior approval from your school district’s summer school
coordinator before registering for Appleton’s summer school program. Please take this form to your district coordinator for
their signature before turning it in at registration.

Does this student have an IEP, Building Intervention Plan, or 504 Plan? ____Yes ____No (If yes, please
explain):________________________________________________________________________________
According to WI Dept of Public Instruction, summer school classes are not tailored to implement a student’s IEP.

All Appleton School District policies for the regular academic school year regarding dress, behavior and school
safety are in effect during Summer School. If you would like a copy of these policies, please contact the Summer
School office.
                                            EMERGENCY INFORMATION
Parent/Guardian Name ______________________________________Phone # _______________________
Work # ___________________ Cell # ________________E-mail Address ___________________________
Parent/Guardian Name ______________________________________Phone #________________________
Work # ___________________ Cell # ________________E-mail Address ___________________________

If parent/guardian cannot be reached by phone, please contact:
1. Name ________________________________________ Relationship _____________________________
Phone Number(s) ______________________________________________________
2. Name_________________________________________ Relationship _____________________________
Phone Number(s) ______________________________________________________

Special Health Concerns/Medical Diagnoses: ____________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________
Will your child have medications at summer school? Yes _________            No __________
        If so, please provide the name of the medication(s):_________________________________________
        Reason for Medication(s) _____________________________________________________________
        Time(s) medication is administered: Routine/Daily __________________________________________
        As Needed __________________ Emergency ___________________________
(Please bring any medications to the site coordinator on the first day of summer school.)
I hereby authorize summer school personnel to obtain emergency medical care for my child if needed.
Parent/Guardian _________________________________________________________

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                   Middle School Summer School Dates: June 13 – July 15 , 2011 (no classes July 4-8)
                                    Classes are Monday – Friday 8:45 – 11:45 am

Please turn in your registration form at the school you want your child to attend. Registrations will be accepted at your
school’s Registration Kick-Off and up to (and including) the first day of summer school. Don’t delay – classes that do not
have the minimum enrollment will be cancelled in May. Questions? Call the Summer School office at 832-4976.

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                                         AASD Summer School
                                 2011 Middle School Course Descriptions
       Please note: Courses will vary from middle school to middle school. Please obtain a flyer from the middle school
                           that you want your child to attend for a listing of what that school will offer.
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2 Chance for Academic Success for 7 & 8 Graders                              No Fee
Einstein’s ―Second Chance‖ program is an academic tutoring program which is typically offered in after school tutorial
sessions during the school year. Students are recommended for continuation into summer school when additional time and
instructional resource support is needed in order for students to be successful in their next grade.

Adventures in Physical Fitness                                              $5.00
Students will have total access to the new and improved Wilson Fitness and Activity Center. Students will learn the
fundamentals of weight training, cardio training, resistance training, and stretching. Students will learn to use a variety of
methods and equipment in order to reach their peak performance. The low climbing wall will also be available to students.
Arts and Crafts                                                             $10.00
Students will be introduced to a variety of two and three-dimensional art, including painting, drawing, and sculpture. Samples
will be used to teach techniques. The emphasis is on creativity and self-expression in art. The class may possibly include
scrapbooking and/ or Stitchery activities.

Backstage Crew                                                               $10.00
Participants will learn the ins and the outs of putting on plays and other performances. Special attention will be paid to lights,
sound and set construction. The class will culminate in the support of performances by the Dance and Theater classes.
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Communication Arts/Reading for 7 graders                                $5.00
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This course is for students who need additional help/practice with communication arts before beginning 7 grade.
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Communication Arts/Reading for 8 graders                                $5.00
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This course is for students who need additional help/practice with communication arts before beginning 8 grade.
Communication Arts/Reading for High School                              $5.00
This course is for students who need additional help/practice with communication arts before going on to high school.

Computer Exploration                                                    $10.00
Students will learn about digital photography, how to work with web pages, and practice keyboarding skills. Power Point,
Publisher, FrontPage, Word, and Photo Editor will be used.

Cooking                                                                   $15.00
This class will help the student develop the skills needed to become a successful chef. Explore various foods and nutritional
value by making thoughtful choices about menu selections. This hands-on cooking course will indulge your passion for the
culinary arts.

Cooking 2011                                                                $15.00
Learn the basics of cooking and baking while discovering some basic healthy substitutions. Any of these delicious foods will
be great to take to a gathering of family or friends! This year we will be making and enjoying several different side dishes,
soups and salads, main dishes, and everyone’s favorite- desserts! Cookbooks will be distributed during the last week of
class so students can recreate the recipes at home.

Dance                                                                     $5.00
Participants will learn and practice multiple methods of dance. This class will culminate in a performance in conjunction with
the Theater and Backstage Crew classes.

Digital Explorations                                                         $10.00
Students will explore digital image editing, digital movie tools, website development and even some of the fundamentals of
network gaming. The focus of this course is developing technology literacy through experimentation while having fun and
being creative.
Digital Math (SmartHelp)                                                     $5.00
For all math levels. No matter what your math level, whether you are advanced, at grade level or behind; SMART Help will
individualize your lessons. A certified teacher will guide students through online activities with web support. Check out
www.apangealearning.com for more information.


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Digital Reading & Writing (Teenbiz)                                          $5.00
For all reading and writing levels. Achieve 3000 provides web-based individualized learning solutions based on a student’s
lexile level. A certified teacher guides students through online activities. No matter what your reading or writing level, the
one-on-one support will help you progress past reading and writing proficiency and onto advancement. Check out
www.achieve3000.com for more information.

Experimental Concoctions                                                 $10.00
Do you enjoy science experiments? Then this is the class for you! We will explore the ideas and concepts of science
through many different activities and experiments, including making our own silly putty and bouncy balls to fantastic
marshmallow shooters. We will create many different chemical reactions, explore different scientific ideas through projects,
and begin to understand the science involved in so many common situations and objects we see everyday.

Fashion and Design                                                          $10.00
Students will get to experience sewing techniques that will assist them in the creation of outfits. The class will teach the
students basic construction skills, give an understanding of the principles and elements of design, and develop the skills it
takes in making informed clothing choices.

Fear Factor                                                                 $10.00
Are you afraid of science? Do you think it is boring and you just don’t get it? Come join us in a class where you will be
allowed to experiment, ask questions, be wrong, and unravel the mysteries behind many science concepts. The topics will
focus on concepts that you will be studying in your next grade. This will put you ahead of the game!

Fitness Training                                                           $5.00
Students will have access to the Roosevelt Fitness Center. Students will learn the fundamentals of weight training, cardio
training, resistance training and stretching. Students will learn a variety of methods and equipment in order to reach their
peak performance.

Fun with Fashion                                                           $10.00
Students will experience sewing techniques that will assist them in the creation of a summer outfit. They will construct a
drawstring bag, tie-dye T-shirts, and make drawstring shorts. Students will learn basic construction skills, give them an
understanding of the principles and elements of design, and develop the skills it takes to make informed clothing choices.

Fun in the Sun--Outdoor Games                                                 $5.00
Enjoy a variety of outdoor games that will include leisure and recreational activities. Games taught/played may include
soccer, Speedball, Frisbee golf, softball, flag football, Ultimate Frisbee, golf, and many others. Each week the students will
participate in a variety of games.

Going Global                                                              $10.00
This hands-on course is designed to give students the opportunity to make and taste simple recipes, create international
crafts, explore cultural music, and participate in global games from around the world.

Gym & Outdoor Games                                                       $5.00
Gym and outdoor games such as soccer, softball, kickball, and more provide an excellent activity for coeducational play in
which social skills, sportsmanship, cooperation, and team play can easily be developed. Whether you are trying out for your
school team or just want to meet new friends, this course will meet your needs. Learn and practice skills, participate in
friendly competition, and put your skills into game action FUN!

Introduction to Middle School Technologies                                  $5.00
An exploration of technologies divided into weekly units. The technologies to be covered include WEB 2.0 (advanced use of
the internet), digital audio recording and mixing, video editing, and review basics (PowerPoint, spreadsheet, word processing,
etc.).

Jewelry Workshop                                                          $10.00
Students will make their own unique jewelry designs using a variety of techniques including beading, enameling, and polymer
clay.

Leadership in the Movies                                                    $5.00
Movies are for more than just viewing pleasure. They can teach leadership, responsibility, and commitment, as well as other
character traits. Fifty two recognizable movie clips featuring stars like Denzel Washington and Russell Crowe provide
examples of 15 aspects of leadership. We will view film clips, discuss their importance in a leadership context, and tie them
to a common theme.
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Let’s Play Baseball & Softball                                              $5.00
Students will learn the fundamental skills and rules for playing baseball and softball. Fielding, hitting, pitching, and base
running skills will be emphasized along with the strategies of the game. No experience necessary.

Math Booster                                                             $5.00
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This class is for 7 grade students who will be taking 8 grade math. It is only offered at James Madison.
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Math Practice for 7 Graders/ Math I                                       $5.00
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For incoming 7 graders who need a review of 6 grade math and who could benefit by being introduced to the concepts and
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skills they will need in 7 grade math class. Small group and individual instruction will include hands-on practice, math
games, and problem solving strategies.
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Math Practice for 8 Graders/ Math II                                      $5.00
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For incoming 8 graders who need a review of 7 grade math and who could benefit by being introduced to the concepts and
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skills they will need in 8 grade math class. Small group and individual instruction will include hands-on practice, math
games, and problem solving strategies.
Math Practice for High School / Math III                                  $5.00
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For students who will be in 9 grade in the fall who need a review of 8 grade math before going on to 9 grade. Small
group and individual instruction will include hands-on practice, math games, and problem solving strategies.

Movie Tech                                                                   $5.00
Hands-on activities will allow participants to learn and practice the use of camera equipment, the principles of composition,
the components of visual storytelling and the basics of editing and sound techniques.

Performance Theatre                                                      $10.00
Imagine. Improvise. Write. Act. Direct. Sing. Dance. Design. Cut. Construct. Paint. Rehearse. Perform! Enjoy a theatre
experience where the students do everything. Come hone your skills and learn new ones as we create a play from scratch.
No experience necessary; all are welcome.

PhotoTech                                                                     $10.00
Come take digital photos, explore the effects of distance and angle, and learn about photo composition. You will also learn
digital photo manipulation, from basic photo editing tasks, such as cropping and adjusting color and light, to advanced
projects that require image filters and layering. This class will include online activities as well as teacher led activities.

Poetry Writing Workshop                                                    $5.00
This workshop will at times be lively and raucous, quiet and meditative, and especially enlightening for those students who
want to become better at the art of poetry writing. Through engaging activities, you will learn how to focus, observe, play with
words, create, edit, revise and celebrate your creativity. The end product will be an electronic portfolio of your work which will
also include a self-selected poem in photo story format. Tap into your personal poetry power!

Pre-Algebra for Students Accelerating into Algebra                           $5.00
This class is designed to bridge the gap between the Math Concepts text and the Algebra text. Students will investigate key
prerequisite skills offered in the Pre-Algebra text but not covered as in depth, if at all, in the Math Concepts course.
Curriculum materials includes but is not limited to integer relationships, algebraic relationships with multiple variables, slope-
intercept form, dimensional analysis and measurement, 3-D geometry, and function.

Readers'/Writers' Workshop                                                   $5.00
Reading/writing skills will be the focus of this course. Students will read inspiring literature and learn strategies to become a
better student. Comprehension, reading for pleasure, study skills, and meeting deadlines will be the emphasis of this
enrichment course.

Rock the Runway                                                           $10.00
Students will learn about the design process that goes from an idea to a product on the runway. In this class you will become
a fashion designer. You will learn basic sewing techniques, how to create your own fashion sketches, how to turn old
clothing into something new, and develop an advertisement or window display for your very own fashion line.

Scrapbooking                                                                $10.00
Participants will create their own scrapbook utilizing different media. Traditional scrapbooking supplies as well as digital
photography will be used.


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Sports of all Sorts                                                                $5.00
Students will learn specific sport skills. Each week a different sport will be the focus of skill development. The sports include
volleyball skills, basketball skills, soccer skills, and softball/baseball skills.
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Study Skills for Success for Incoming 7 8 Graders/ MS                              $5.00
Skills for success in the middle school will be the focus of this class. Students will develop study skills including note taking,
organization, test preparation, predicting, summarizing, and other reading strategies. Students will be engaged in the four
content areas of middle school: Communications Arts, Science, Geography, and Math.

Theater                                                                  $10.00
This class will focus on performance skills. At the end of summer school, participants will perform a play in conjunction with
the Dance and Backstage Crew classes.

Touch Football                                                                $5.00
Touch Football is a great opportunity to learn, play, and improve your skills of throwing, catching, and running without being
tackled. Touch Football is a variant American Football in which the basic rules are similar to those of the main stream game.
Touch Football is played with two equal teams each trying to pass and run with the ball after the catch over the opposite goal
line. The defense tries to stop the offense by tagging the ball carrier with two hands. The offense has four chances (downs)
to make it to the next cone or goal line, whichever comes first. Defensive players are the referees. Sign up & to enjoy the
FUN!

Treasured Trash: Creating Recycled Art                                          $10.00
Bring your ideas and creativity! The possibilities are endless when you begin looking at what you can create from recycled
and reused materials. You will focus on creating works of art from recycled and reused materials as well as a variety of other
art supplies to enhance your creations. During this class you will create 2-D, 3-D, and wearable art. You will explore the
many uses of everyday materials and ways in which you can create beautiful pieces of art. Most of the art you will create will
not be just pretty to look at, you will be able to use or wear it too! If you like to create, have fun, and think outside the box,
this class is for you!

Volleyball                                                                $5.00
Learn and practice volleyball skills, good sportsmanship, cooperation, and team play.

WebTech                                                                     $5.00
Create your own web pages using a great web design tool-Microsoft FrontPage. In this class students will learn how to
create a web page, add photos, animated graphics, sounds, tables and more. Students may choose to make a site about
themselves, their hobby, or create a page that will be useful to their school.

Woodworking                                                              $10.00
Students will make projects out of wood while learning how to safely use hand tools, power tools, and power equipment.
Leather gloves are recommended to guard against splinters and abrasions.

Lifetime Fitness for You                                                 No Fee
DATES                  East High School (Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays)
                               June 6, 8, 10, 13, 15, 17, 20, 22, 24, 27, 29, July 1, 6, 8, 11, 13, 15,
& SITES:                       6:45-9:15am and 3:45-5:00pm

                         West High School (Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays)
                                 Mondays: June 6, 13, 20, 27, July 11, 18, 25: 7:00-8:30 am, 8:30-10:00 am, 5:00-6:30 pm
                                 Tuesdays: June 7, 14, 21, 28 July 12, 19, 26: 7:00-8:30 am, 8:30-10:00 am, 5:00-6:30 pm
                                 Thursdays: June 9, 16, 23, 30, July 14, 21, 28: 7:00-8:30 am, 8:30-10:00 am, 5:00-6:30 pm

                         North High School (Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays)
                                 (Mondays) June 6- July 28 6:00-7:15am or 7:15-8:30am or 8:30-9:45am
                                 (Tues/Thurs) June 7- July 28 6:15-7:15am or 7:15-8:15 am or 8:15-9:15am
                                                                               th    th
                                 (Tues/Thurs) June 7- July 28 8:30 to 9:30 (11 & 12 ) or
                                                                            th    th
                                 (Tues/Thurs) June 7- July 28 9:30-11:15 (9 & 10 ) NASSA Fitness outside
                                 There will be no classes on Monday, July 4th

CONTENT:                 Do you want to increase or tone muscle, lose weight or learn proper eating habits for a healthy lifestyle? This class will
                         provide you with the knowledge to live a healthy lifestyle through cardiovascular conditioning, strength training and nutritional
                         diet. This class will teach proper techniques with emphasis on improved cardiovascular conditioning, body toning and a better
                         understanding of physical fitness and wellness. Workout and diet plans can be individualized for each student. Students can
                         set personal goals and track their progress with the help of the instructors. This class is for the beginner, intermediate or
                         advanced male or female student. Sign up on the first day of attendance at the site you plan to attend.
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               APPLETON AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT
                           2011
                ELL SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM


                   MIDDLE SCHOOL ELL PROGRAM

DATES:              June 13 – July 15, 2011 (Mon-Fri); no school July 4-8
TIMES:               8:45-11:45am
SITE:                Roosevelt Middle School                         FEE: NONE
COORDINATOR:         James Lehto (lehtojames@aasd.k12.wi.us)

ELL Academic Skills – (Enrichment) – Open to ELL students entering grade 7 or 8 in the fall
who have an English language proficiency level of 1 or low level 2.

This class is designed for the level 1 or low level 2 student who is just starting to learn English.
This class will help students develop beginning literacy and academic skills in English. Students
will learn to communicate in English using listening, speaking, reading, and writing. They will also
be given basic instruction in other key academic areas including study skills, organization, and
the use of technology.


DATES:               June 13 – July 15, 2011 (Mon-Fri); no school July 4-8
TIMES:               8:45-10:15 or 10:15-11:45am
SITES:              Wilson, Roosevelt and Madison Middle Schools            FEE: NONE
COORDINATOR:         James Lehto (lehtojames@aasd.k12.wi.us)

ELL Study Skills for Success – (Enrichment)
Open to ELL students entering 7th grade in the fall who have an English language proficiency
level of 3-5.

ELL Study Skills for Success will help students develop study skills including note taking,
organization, test preparation, predicting, summarizing, and other reading strategies. Students
will be engaged in the four content areas of middle school – Communicative Arts, Science,
Geography, and Math. Students will be evaluated on a satisfactory or unsatisfactory completion
basis.
*Students are required to take an additional class, other than the ELL Study Skills for Success
class, so that both morning time slots are full.




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 HMONG SUMMER SCHOOL
          "HMONG I & II"
                  (SERVING GRADES 3-12 ONLY)


     Learn to read and write Hmong
     Learn Hmong culture and activities
     Learn Hmong folktales and more….

      WHEN:  6/13/11 - 7/15/11
      WHERE: Highlands Elementary
      TIME:  1:00 – 4:00pm

         REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED
           LIMITED ENROLLMENT
To enroll, please call or return the attached registration form to
     Ger Vang…………………………OR………………………...Pathong Xiong
     Morgan Building          Hmong-American Partnership
     120 E. Harrison St.      2198 S. Memorial Dr.
     Appleton, WI 54911             Appleton, WI 54915
     (920) 832-6103                 (920) 739-3192



       DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION IS MAY 20, 2011




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          HMONG SUMMER SCHOOL
                                               REGISTRATION FORM
Student: __________________________________ DOB: ___/___/____ Male: ___ Female: ___

Address: .                                                    _____________________Phone: _____________

City:                                                           ____State:                   Zip: _________________

School attending:         _______________________________________Current grade: _________

  Required for Non-District Registrations: If your child lives outside of the AASD boundaries, the summer school director of that district
                                                 needs to approve the student registration.
               Director Approval____________________________________ Date: _____________________



COURSES OFFER: (Please check one of the following)

          Hmong I:        Hmong I is designed for students who currently do not read and write Hmong. This
                          course covers the basic Hmong consonants (single, double, triple and quadruple),
                          vowels (single and double), and tones. The class will discuss some basic Hmong
                          cultural and tradition topics. This course is offered for student grades 3-6 and 7-12.
                              o Check here if you already took Hmong I but wanted to take it again.

____ Hmong II:            Hmong II is designed for students who have completed Hmong I and/or students
with
                          some Hmong language background (e.g. Hmong consonants, vowels, and tones).
The
                          class will cover more reading, writing, and discussing Hmong cultural and tradition
                          events (histories, customs, folktales, songs, holidays, etc). This course is offered
                          for student grades 3-6 and 7-12.
                              o Check here if you already took Hmong II but wanted to take it again.

                                                     FAMILY INFORMATION

Father:                              __________Employer:                         ___________ _ Phone: __________
Mother: __________________________Employer: ___________________ Phone: __________

Emergency Contact:                             _________________________________ Phone:__________
                                                        (A person other than parent)

My child has my permission to participate in the Hmong summer school program. I understand that
Hmong summer school will not liable for my child’s injury and/or damage to school properties while
participate in the program. I also give permission for my child to be photographed for program brochure,
newspaper article, video, etc. I will provide ride to and from school for my child.


____________________________________________    ________________________
Parent/Guardian Signature                  Date

               (SERVING GRADES 3-12 ONLY == LIMITED ENROLLMENT == FIRST COME FIRST SERVE BASIS)
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                                                    Student Name_______________________

                Summer Robotics & Engineering Camps
                         Registration Form
                                   FIRST® LEGO® League Camp Courses
                                            (For students going into grades 5-8)
         Select              Class Title                          Dates                 Times         Fees
        Class(es)
                          FLL Camp - Step 1               June 27-July 1, 2011     8:30am - 11:30am   $20
                          FLL Camp - Step 1              July 11-July 15, 2011     12:30pm – 3:30pm   $20
                          FLL Camp - Step 2              July 18 - July 22, 2011   8:30am – 11:30am   $20
                          FLL Camp - Step 3            August 1–August 5, 2011     12:30pm – 3:30pm   $20

                                              Summer STEAM Camp
          Select
                              Class Title                        Dates                 Times          Fees
          Class
                        Summer STEAM Camp               June 13- June 17, 2011
                         (For students going into                                  8:00am-12:00pm     $20
                               Grades 6-9)


Vex       Select
                              Class Title                        Dates                 Times          Fees
          Class
                          Vex Robotics Camp
                        (for students going into        June 13-June 17, 2011      1:00pm-4:00pm      $20
                              Grades 7-9)

                                                    Robotics Camp

       Registration deadline is May 27th. Please complete both sides of this form and return it to:
                                              Sean Schuff
                                     C/O East High School – TESLA
                                            2121 Emmers Dr
                                           Appleton, WI 54915
                                  Email: schuffsean@aasd.k12.wi.us
                                        Phone: 920.997.1399 x-2766


      Class fees should be paid the first day of class. Please make checks payable to the Appleton Area School
      District.
      Waiver: Students who qualify for the free lunch program may waive fees. Please confirm this with the class
      teacher on the first day of class.
      Confirmation letters will not be sent. Unless notified otherwise, you may assume your child has been
      accepted for the registered class(es).
      Students from out of the Appleton School District must have prior approval from their home district’s
      summer school coordinator before attending classes with the AASD. Please have this form approved by
      your coordinator before turning it in for registration.




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                  ENGINEERING CAMPS REGISTRATION FORM (APPLETON)
                                       2011
                      FOX VALLEY SUMMER SCHOOL CONSORTIUM
  Required for Non-District Registrations: If your child lives outside of the AASD boundaries, the summer school director of that district
                                                 needs to approve the student registration.
               Director Approval____________________________________ Date: _____________________

Student Name______________________________________ Gender: M / F                             Date Of Birth__________

Address__________________________________Apt # _______City__________________ Zip___________

Home Phone #____________________________________                         Grade in Fall 2011_____________________

Is student currently attending an AASD school?
________ Yes, my child is currently attending______________________ school (name of elementary school).
________ No, my child attends school in the __________________ school district (name of school district child is currently
attending). If you answered no and live outside of the AASD, you will need to get prior approval from your school district’s
summer school coordinator before registering for Appleton’s summer school program. Please take this form to your district
coordinator for their signature before turning it in at registration.

Does this student have an IEP, Building Intervention Plan, or 504 Plan? ____Yes ____No (If yes, please
explain):________________________________________________________________________________
According to WI Dept of Public Instruction, summer school classes are not tailored to implement a student’s IEP.

All Appleton School District policies for the regular academic school year regarding dress, behavior and school
safety are in effect during Summer School. If you would like a copy of these policies, please contact the Summer
School office.
                                              EMERGENCY INFORMATION

Parent/Guardian Name ______________________________________Phone # _______________________
Work # ___________________ Cell # ________________E-mail Address ___________________________
Parent/Guardian Name ______________________________________Phone #________________________
Work # ___________________ Cell # ________________E-mail Address ___________________________

If parent/guardian cannot be reached by phone, please contact:
     1. Name ________________________________________ Relationship _____________________________
         Phone Number(s) ______________________________________________________
     2. Name________________________________________ Relationship ______________________________
         Phone Number(s) ______________________________________________________

Special Health Concerns/Medical Diagnoses: ____________________________________________________
Will your child have medications at summer school? Yes _________            No __________
        If so, please provide the name of the medication(s):_________________________________________
        Reason for Medication(s) _____________________________________________________________
        Time(s) medication is administered: Routine/Daily __________________________________________
        As Needed __________________ Emergency ___________________________
(Please bring any medications to the site coordinator on the first day of summer school.)
I hereby authorize summer school personnel to obtain emergency medical care for my child if needed.
Parent/Guardian _________________________________________________________


Please turn in your registration form at the school you want your child to attend. Registrations will be accepted at your
school’s Registration Kick-Off and up to (and including) the first day of summer school. Don’t delay – classes that do not
have the minimum enrollment will be cancelled in May. Questions? Call the Summer School office at 832-4976.




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    WHO: CURRENT Band Students ENTERING Gr. 7-8; CURRENT String Students ENTERING Gr. 5-8
    WHAT: Instrumental Small group instruction
    WHEN: June 13- July 1 and July 11-15 per schedule below (no classes during week of July 3-9)
    WHERE: Einstein M.S. and Madison M.S.
    COST: $10 PER ENSEMBLE (due to instructor on the first day of class).
        Registration period is 3/1-5/13/11. Forms due 5/13/11, 4 p.m., Morgan Building
                                          Music Office
   Summer Music Schedule – June 13-July 1 AND July 11-15 (no classes July 4-8)
              School                 Days          Time                  Ensemble Offering
              Einstein       MWTh           8:45-9:45 a.m.         Grade 8 Brass
                             MWTh           9:45-10:45 a.m.              Grade 7 Brass
                             MWTh           10:45-11:45 a.m.       Grade 8 Woodwinds
                             MWTh           12:15-1:15 p.m.              Grade 7 Woodwinds
                             MWTh           1:15-2:15 p.m.         Grade 7/8 Percussion
                             MWTh           10:45-11:45 a.m.       Grade 5 strings
                             MWTh           12:15-1:15 p.m.              Grade 6 strings
                             MWTh           1:15-2:15 p.m.         Grade 7/8 strings

              Madison        MTuTh          8:45-9:45 a.m.         Grade 7 Woodwinds
                             MTuTh          9:45-10:45 a.m.              Grade 8 Woodwinds
                             MTuTh          10:45-11:45 a.m.       Grade 7/8 Percussion
                             MTuTh          12:15-1:15 p.m.              Grade 7 Brass
                             MTuTh          1:15-2:15 p.m.         Grade 8 Brass
                             MTuTh          9:45-10:45 a.m.              Grade 6 strings
                             MTuTh          10:45-11:45 a.m.       Grade 7/8 strings
                             MTuTh          12:15-1:15 p.m.              Grade 5 strings

                                           What is a small ensemble?
Small ensembles are groups of instruments (minimum 12) scheduled with other instruments in the same ―family,‖
those being string, brass, woodwind, percussion. A certified teacher for band and strings will teach each group.
In the small ensemble, students will work on their skills by performing with students in the same grade level.

How are these ensembles being formed?
Woodwind, percussion, string, and brass ensembles will be developed based upon registrations received based
on the above schedule for each school. Some grade sections of like instruments may be combined to one
site if registration falls short – you will be contacted about necessary changes! Some sections may be
cancelled entirely if absolute registration minimums are not met. The district summer school coordinator has final
say on this matter.

What if our family is gone for part of the time? Can we still sign up? Yes! The goal is to keep your child
playing, even if it is for 2 or 3 of the scheduled weeks. Our summer ensembles are enrichment/review focused!

Can my child sign up for more than one group?
Students have opportunities to sign up for string and band instrument ensembles/groups providing the given
schedule accommodates this option. HOWEVER, for instrument ensembles, students must have had prior
instruction on their instrument. A SEPARATE registration must be completed for EACH ensemble.
          Any questions?         Your Contacts:
          Jerry Koleske, Summer Coordinator @ 997-1399, ext. 8560 or email:
          koleskejerome@aasd.k12.wi.us
          Nancy Ottman, Fine Arts Secretary @ 832-6154 or email: ottmannancy@aasd.k12.wi.us
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                                 Please complete this registration form between 3/1 and 5/13/11.

                          Return it no later than Friday, May 13, 4 p.m.                                      to:


                                                       Morgan Bldg. Music Office
        Do not return this                       120 E. Harris St.
                                                                                                        Do not include
        form to your music                       P.O. Box 2019                                          monies for
        teacher!                                 Appleton, WI 54912                                     instrument rental-
                                Instruction in small group is available
                                                                                                        pay RENTAL fees to
                       for CURRENT strings students ENTERING grades 5-8                                 teacher…
                       and CURRENT band students ENTERING grades 7-8.

       In extenuating circumstances, late registrations may be accepted if space is available – thank you!

             $10 fee (checks payable to: AASD) due on first day to instructor –
                          refunds will not be issued for absences.
       (No additional percussion fees-students must provide drum sticks & mallets as
                                           needed)
                                 PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY
                                                              ____________________________________
student name                                                  parent e-mail address

address                                                       parent/guardian name

city                             zip code                     home phone number            emergency phone number



instrument I currently play      school I currently attend                     current band/strings teacher



grade I will be in for 2011-12              school I will attend in 2011-12


                                 School                       Days             Time             Ensemble Offering

We are registering for:    _____________ ___________  ____________ __________________________________
Please fill out a SEPARATE registration form for EACH ensemble - $10.00 per ensemble due on
first day of class. This registration is for the 4-week session: June 13-July 1 & July 11-15.

Unless notified otherwise, you may assume your child has been accepted for the registered
class(es). If you do have questions, please call Mrs. Ottman (832-6154) or Mr. Koleske (997-
1399x8560). Thank you!

 Required for Non-District Registrations: If your child lives outside of the AASD boundaries, the summer school director of that
                                        district needs to approve the student registration.
                           Director Approval____________________________________ Date: _____________________



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                                      Fox Valley Consortium Summer School
                                                 Middle School Choir Camp
                        A premiere choral experience for students going into grades 7-8 who really like to sing

Dates: Choir Camp will be held daily from Monday, June 6, 2011 through Friday, June 10, 2011 from 8:30-12:30 p.m. each
day. A concert for parents will be held on Friday, June 10, 2011 at 5:00 p.m. at Einstein Middle School.
Location: All classes will be held at Einstein Middle School.
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Registration and fee: All registration forms are due on or before Friday, May 13 . No late registrations will be accepted.
Please send registration form and a fee of $25*, payable to Appleton Area School District to:
                                                Summer School Choir Camp Registration
                                                    Dr. Kevin Meidl, Coordinator
                                                    Appleton West High School
                                                        610 N. Badger Ave.
                                                        Appleton, WI 54914

The registration fee includes a music folder, music, materials, and a summer choir camp shirt.
(*Those students who qualify for waiver of fees or free lunch will have the fee waived for this class.)
Confirmation: Unless otherwise notified, you may assume that your student has been accepted for Choir Camp. If you
have any questions, please contact the summer school office at 832-4976 or email the coordinator at
meidlkevin@aasd.k12.wi.us.
Attendance Policy: The Appleton Area School District has a NO ABSENCE Policy for summer school. The only exceptions to that are
for a genuine family emergency or doctor-excused illness. All appointments need to be scheduled for non-school hours. All AASD policies
for the regular academic school year regarding dress, behavior, etc., are in effect during summer school. Copies of the AASD behavior
policies are available upon request. Any student who does not live in the Appleton Area School District is required to get the approval and
signature of their district's summer school director prior to sending in the registration form. All students who attend a high school within the
Fox Valley Consortium are welcome to attend this camp. If you have questions regarding out of district attendance, please call the
Appleton Summer School office at 832-4976.

Choir Camp Content: This camp will provide the student with a rich variety of musical experiences. Some of the things that students
will learn/experience are: beginning and advanced conducting, sight singing, dance for singers, ear training, stage dance, the singing actor,
voice classes and story telling through song. Please see the Class Descriptions for details about the instruction.

                                                         CLASS DESCRIPTIONS
                                                      Middle School Music Camp 2011
Ear Training: A basic general music class for students interesting in developing their musical ears. The focus will be tonal memory,
melody, and rhythm patterns.

Sight Singing: A basic general music class for students interested in developing their ability to read music from the printed score.
Concepts such as Major Key, Solfegio, and musical intervals will be studied.

The Singing Actor: A dynamic class in performance for singers. Techniques such as physical alignment, movement, facial expression,
and text communication will be studied.

Dance for Singers:         Movement through music will be studied in this class. Students will explore the basics dance techniques and
understandings as they apply to music performance.

Stage Dance: Synchronized movement or ―choralography‖ for those interested in movement but not in traditional choreography.
Exploration of techniques to help feature the music and singing through dance.

Voice Class: The voice will be studied as an instrument. Healthy singing, tone color (timbre), breathing, support, vowel placement,
consonants, will be some of the subject covered in this class.

Story Telling Through Song: This class will use the extensive folksong repertoire as a medium for story telling through music. Unison
and part songs will be our text books.

Choir Sectionals/Rehearsal:           A traditional chorus setting where music is studied, created, and refined for concert performance on
the last day of the camp.




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                       MIDDLE SCHOOL CHOIR CAMP REGISTRATION FORM
                                           2011
                          FOX VALLEY SUMMER SCHOOL CONSORTIUM
        Required for Non-District Registrations: If your child lives outside of the AASD boundaries, the summer school
                               director of that district needs to approve the student registration.
                     Director Approval____________________________________ Date: _____________________




Student Name_____________________________________                            Gender: M / F         Date Of Birth__________

Address__________________________________Apt # _______City__________________ Zip___________

Home Phone #____________________________________                            Grade in Fall 2011: _____________________

Is student currently attending an AASD school?
________ Yes, my child is currently attending______________________ school (name of elementary school).
________ No, my child attends school in the __________________ school district (name of school district child is currently
attending). If you answered no, you will need to get prior approval from your school district’s summer school coordinator
before registering for Appleton’s summer school program. Please take this form to your district coordinator for their signature
before turning it in at registration.

Does this student have an IEP, Building Intervention Plan, or 504 Plan? ____Yes ____No (If yes, please
explain):________________________________________________________________________________
According to WI Dept of Public Instruction, summer school classes are not tailored to implement a student’s IEP.

All Appleton School District policies for the regular academic school year regarding dress, behavior and school safety are in effect during
Summer School. If you would like a copy of these policies, please contact the Summer School office.
                                                       EMERGENCY INFORMATION

Parent/Guardian Name ______________________________________Phone # _______________________
Work # ___________________ Cell # ________________E-mail Address ___________________________
Parent/Guardian Name ______________________________________Phone #________________________
Work # ___________________ Cell # ________________E-mail Address ___________________________

If parent/guardian cannot be reached by phone, please contact:
     1. Name ________________________________________ Relationship _____________________________
          Phone Number(s) ______________________________________________________
     2. Name________________________________________ Relationship ______________________________
         Phone Number(s) ______________________________________________________

Special Health Concerns/Medical Diagnoses: ____________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________
Will your child have medications at summer school? Yes _________            No __________
        If so, please provide the name of the medication(s):_________________________________________
        Reason for Medication(s) _____________________________________________________________
        Time(s) medication is administered: Routine/Daily _______ As Needed _____ Emergency __________
        (Please bring any medications to the site coordinator on the first day of summer school.)
I hereby authorize summer school personnel to obtain emergency medical care for my child if needed.
Parent/Guardian _________________________________________________________
                                                         Music Lesson History
Instrument played: ________________________ Number of years of formal instruction: _________
Piano: ____yes ___no      Number of years of formal instruction: _________
                                                  Clothing Size for Camp T-Shirt
                              Adult T-Shirt size (please circle one) Small              Med.     Lg    XL     XXL




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                 Appleton Area School District                                                                   Jim Thaldorf
                                                                                                                 Director

                 S UMMER B AND C AMP
                         2011
                                                 For Students Entering Grades 7-9
     Dates/Time: August 1-5, 2011 (Monday – Friday)                               8:30 am – 2:15 pm
     Location:          Appleton North High School

     $20 for Consortium Members (Non-consortium students—please call 832-4976 for help.)

          Student Eligibility & Registration Information:
               Students should have a minimum of two years of formal instruction on their instrument.
               Student must have a teacher’s recommendation. (Please complete music history section below)
               Complete the Fox Valley Consortium Registration form on the reverse side (one per student)

    Appleton residents—fill out your forms according to instructions given above and mail your forms and check to the address below.
    Non-resident students (Parochial or Out-of-District Students) If you do not reside in Appleton, you must obtain the signature
of your Consortium District Director first. Our Summer School Office can assist you with this procedure. Call 832-4976 for details.

               Policies: Appleton School District has a no absence policy for Summer School—all appointments should be scheduled
            for non-school hours. All Appleton District policies for the regular academic school year regarding dress, behavior, etc. are in effect
                  during Summer School. A copy of this guide is available upon request by calling the Summer School office—832-4976.
                                                         Music History Registration
1.   Student’s Name ___________________________________ Instrument______________________________
2.   Present Instrumental Teacher Signature________________________________________________________
3.   School Attending in Fall_________________________________________Fall Grade Level______________
Music History:     Main Instrument________________________ # of years formal instruction_________________

T-Shirt Size: (Circle One)            Youth Large                 Adult Sm                Adult Med               Adult Lg              Adult Extra Lg
                                                     (T-shirt is included in $20 materials fee.)

                                  CAMP INSTRUCTORS (instructors subject to change)
                            Jim Thaldorf – Band Camp Director 832-4300 Ext. 6532 (Appleton North High School Band Director)
Rachel Richards – Oboe/Bassoon (AASD teacher)                       Beth Kinzel – Flute (music educator - Kaukauna)
Jerry Koleske – Clarinet (AASD Elementary Band Director)            Matthew Di Pietro – French Horn (Menasha teacher)
Jim Dorschner – Low Brass (Oshkosh North HS Band Director)          Timothy Doleysh – Band Director (Oshkosh teacher)
Daryl Schneider – Trumpet (Einstein Middle School Band Director)    Tom Ross – Percussion (Free lance Percussionist & Private Instructor)
Dave Thaldorf – Saxophone (Free lance musician)                     Eric Thaldorf – Student Assistant (Appleton North High School Student)

Instructions regarding Lunch at FVSC Band Camp: Students have an opportunity to order and
purchase lunch daily brought in from local vendors. In past years, we have had Papa John’s and Subway help us with
this. Students may also bring a lunch with them. Some vending machines will be available to purchase refreshments
during the day.
Make your check payable to Appleton Area School District. Mail your completed music history, registration form & check to:

                                        Summer Band Camp Registration C/O Jim Thaldorf
                                            Appleton North High School
                                                   5000 N Ballard Rd
                                                Appleton, WI 54913-8942
                                       Your registration must be postmarked on or before Wednesday, May 19, 2010
                              NO REGISTRATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER THAT DATE
                              Each student enrolled will receive a mailing in July with more
                                         details and schedules for band camp.
                          Jim Thaldorf, Band Camp Director - email thaldorfjames@aasd.k12.wi.us

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                                    2011 BAND CAMP REGISTRATION FORM
                                  FOX VALLEY SUMMER SCHOOL CONSORTIUM

  Required for Non-District Registrations: If your child lives outside of the AASD boundaries, the summer school director of that district
                                                 needs to approve the student registration.
                             Director Approval____________________________________ Date: _____________________

Student Name______________________________________ Gender _M__F____ Date Of Birth__________

Address__________________________________Apt # _______City__________________ Zip___________

Home Phone #____________________________________                         Grade in Fall 2011_____________________

Is student currently attending an AASD school?
________ Yes, my child is currently attending______________________ school (name of elementary school).
________ No, my child attends school in the __________________ school district (name of school district child is currently
attending). If you answered no and live outside of the AASD, you will need to get prior approval from your school district’s
summer school coordinator before registering for Appleton’s summer school program. Please take this form to your district
coordinator for their signature before turning it in at registration.

Does this student have an IEP, Building Intervention Plan, or 504 Plan? ____Yes ____No (If yes, please
explain):________________________________________________________________________________
According to WI Dept of Public Instruction, summer school classes are not tailored to implement a student’s IEP.

All Appleton School District policies for the regular academic school year regarding dress, behavior and school
safety are in effect during Summer School. If you would like a copy of these policies, please contact the Summer
School office.
                                              EMERGENCY INFORMATION

Parent/Guardian Name ______________________________________Phone # _______________________
Work # ___________________ Cell # ________________E-mail Address ___________________________
Parent/Guardian Name ______________________________________Phone #________________________
Work # ___________________ Cell # ________________E-mail Address ___________________________

If parent/guardian cannot be reached by phone, please contact:
     1. Name ________________________________________ Relationship _____________________________
         Phone Number(s) ______________________________________________________
     2. Name________________________________________ Relationship ______________________________
         Phone Number(s) ______________________________________________________

Special Health Concerns/Medical Diagnoses: ____________________________________________________

Will your child have medications at summer school? Yes _________            No __________
        If so, please provide the name of the medication(s):_________________________________________
        Reason for Medication(s) _____________________________________________________________
        Time(s) medication is administered: Routine/Daily __________________________________________
        As Needed __________________ Emergency ___________________________
(Please bring any medications to the site coordinator on the first day of summer school.)
I hereby authorize summer school personnel to obtain emergency medical care for my child if needed.
Parent/Guardian _________________________________________________________

      Band Camp will run Monday August 1 – Friday August 5, 2011 from 8:30am - 2:15pm at Appleton North High School.
              Registrations must be postmarked by Wednesday, May 18, 2011 – No late registrations accepted.
      Camp fee is $20. – Payable to Appleton Area School District – due at time of registration. There will be NO refunds.

Complete both sides of this form and return it to: Summer Band Camp Registration C/O Jim Thaldorf
                                                   Appleton North High School
                                                   5000 N Ballard Rd
                                                   Appleton, WI 54913-8942
                          Jim Thaldorf, Band Camp Director – thaldorfjames@aasd.k12.wi.us


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                         An Inter-Disciplinary
                      Exploration of the Fox Valley
 Discover the history, geography, local species, cultures and economy of the
 Fox Valley area. Students will experience fieldwork, research and create a
short paper, project and presentation that discusses a local topic through the
                        lens of at least two disciplines.

 Field trips to include place like the public library, museums, parks, Lawrence University,
                                               etc.


Class information:

Hosted by: Appleton Area School District
Place: United Public Montessori located on the Appleton West High School Campus, 610 N.
Badger Ave
Dates: June 20-30, 2011 (Monday through Thursday)
Time: 10:00am-1:00 pm
Lead teacher: UPM Staff
Class fee: $20.00, payable the first day of class.
Checks payable to AASD.


                     ~ Open to all students entering grades 6-10 ~


Participants Expectations:

Students will have frequent trips off campus to explore local resources, and will be
informed of appropriate clothes and supplies.

Transportation for the field trips will use Valley Transit bus system.

Transportation to and from the program is the responsibility of the parent/ guardian



  Parent volunteers welcome. A criminal background check must be on file.




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  INTER-DISCIPLINARY FOX VALLEY EXPLORATION REGISTRATION FORM
           2011 FOX VALLEY SUMMER SCHOOL CONSORTIUM

Student Name_____________________________ Date Of Birth__________________
 Address____________________________ Apt # _______City__________________ Zip___________
 Home Phone #______________            Grade in Fall 2011_____________________
 Is student currently attending an AASD school?
________ Yes, my child is currently attending______________________ school (name of elementary school).
________ No, my child attends school in the __________________ school district (name of school district child is
currently attending). If you answered no, you will need to get prior approval from your school district’s summer
school coordinator before registering for Appleton’s summer school program. Please take this form to your district
coordinator for their signature before turning it in at registration.
Director Approval____________________________________ Date: _____________________


Does this student have an IEP, Building Intervention Plan, or 504 Plan? ____Yes ____No (If yes, please
explain):_________________________________________________
According to WI Dept of Public Instruction, summer school classes are not tailored to implement a student’s IEP.

All Appleton School District policies for the regular academic school year regarding dress, behavior and school
safety are in effect during Summer School. If you would like a copy of these policies, please contact the
Summer School office.

EMERGENCY INFORMATION
Parent/Guardian Name ________________________Phone # ____________________
Work # ________________Cell # __________E-mail Address _______________
Parent/Guardian Name ____________________Phone #__________________
Work # ________________Cell # __________E-mail Address ___________________


If parent/guardian cannot be reached by phone, please contact:
1. Name _________________________Relationship ____________________
Phone Number(s) ______________________________________________________
2. Name____________________________ Relationship _____________________
Phone Number(s) ______________________________________________________
 Special Health Concerns/Medical Diagnoses:
____________________________________________________________________
 Will your child have medications at summer school? Yes _________ No __________
If so, please provide the name of the medication(s):_______________________________
Reason for Medication(s) ____________________________________________________
Time(s) medication is administered: Routine/Daily _____________________________________
As Needed __________________ Emergency ___________________________
(Please bring any medications to the site coordinator on the first day of summer school.)
 I hereby authorize summer school personnel to obtain emergency medical care for my child if needed.
Parent/Guardian _________________________________________________________


An Inter-Disciplinary Exploration of the Fox Valley : June 20-23, 27-30, 2011 Class time: 10:00-1:00pm


Please return your registration form to the Appleton Summer School Office, 120 E Harris St, PO Box 2019
Appleton, WI 54912-2019. Any Questions? Call the Summer School office at 832-4976.



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                                                           2011
                                High School -Summer School Information
                                     Appleton Area School District


           LOCATION:                             East High School
                                                  2121 Emmers Dr
                                                  Appleton WI 54915

           SUMMER SCHOOL DATES:                   Semester 1: June 13 – July 1, 2011 (15 days)
                                                  Semester 2: July 6 – July 26, 2011 (15 days)

          TIMES:                                 All classes meet daily from 7:40am – 11:45am
                                                 (*Friday Dismissal Time is 11:15am)

                                 REGISTER EARLY TO AVOID FIRST DAY DELAYS!!

                                      Registration Deadlines:
                                    Semester 1 – May 6, 2011
                                    Semester 2 – June 11, 2011
                                 You must register with your Guidance Counselor.
                          ******Registration officially begins Monday, April 4, 2011******
                                    Phone registrations will NOT be taken.
Confirmation letters will not be sent. Unless you receive a phone call indicating the class you signed up for has been
cancelled, you should assume that you are enrolled. Please keep a carbon copy of your completed registration form.
Class lists will be posted the first day of summer school.

                                                Who Needs To Register?
  Students who are credit deficient/failing a class, who want to take enrichment classes or ELL Students. For a list of class
         offerings, please see the summer school catalog in your school’s guidance office or visit us on the web at
  www.aasd.k12.wi.us/sumschool/. Please sign up with your guidance counselor for the high school summer classes. ELL
                                    students please talk with your ELL teacher to sign up.

Payment not accepted until first day of class. Make checks for materials fees payable to: Appleton Area School District.
Waivers: Students who qualify for the free milk or free lunch program may waive the Summer School fees. Please
verify with the High School Directors when registering.
                                 Phone Number at EHS during Summer School Dates:
                                            832-5702 or 832-5703
                       High School Coordinators: Justin Heitl- heitljustin@aasd.k12.wi.us
                              Katie Kinzenbaw- kinzenbawkathe@aasd.k12.wi.us
                             District Summer School Office Phone: (920) 832-4976
                    District Summer School Director: Gail Bowers-McKay bowersgail@aasd.k12.wi.us
Each school in the district will have a catalog of Consortium Summer School Classes. In order to enroll in another
district’s summer school course, you need to have permission and the approval signature of Karrie Kadolph in the
AASD Summer School Office before enrolling. Please call 832-4976 to make arrangements.

                        Summer School is a privilege, not a right. Plan to be on time.


 POLICIES: Appleton Area School District has a NO ABSENCE POLICY for Summer School. All appointments (including
court) should be scheduled for non-school hours. For credit courses offered during the summer, any absence will result
in dismissal from summer school. All AASD policies for the regular academic school year regarding dress, behavior, etc.
                are in effect during Summer School. A copy of the policy guide is available upon request.




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                Summer School 2011–Appleton East High School
  Required for Non-District Registrations: If the student lives outside of the AASD boundaries, the summer school
  director of that district needs to approve the student registration. Students of private schools need to obtain this signature if
                                       they reside outside of the Appleton Area School District.
Home District’s Director Approval _________________________________Date Received ____________________

              Please check all printed registration information with a parent and a school counselor to accurately record course selections and
              course numbers. The Summer School Program accepts no responsibility for incorrect course selection or incomplete registration
              information. Ensure that that the semester being registered for corresponds with the semester in which a grade of “D” or “F” was originally
              earned.
              Signed registration forms are to be returned to guidance counselors promptly to ensure availability of courses. Unless otherwise
              noted, the student has been accepted in the class(es) for which registration has been made. No confirmation notice will be sent.
              Please be reminded that Summer School is a privilege, not a right. Respect for self, others, and the facility, along with prompt daily
              attendance, good attitude, and classroom effort and progression can allow up to one half credit to be earned during each 3 week summer
              session.
              All Appleton Area School District policies in place during the regular school year are in effect during Summer School. Failure to
              follow the rules and policies of the Appleton Area School District will result in dismissal from the summer school program.
              The Appleton Summer School Program has a NO ABSENCE, NO TARDY POLICY. All appointments must be scheduled for non-
              school hours, including court appointments. Each summer school day represents approximately 7 school-year periods of the class being
              taken.
              All fees are to be paid the first day of class. Payments are non-refundable. Checks are payable to the Appleton Area School District.
              Students with fee waivers are exempt from summer school fees. Students who qualify for the free milk or the free or reduced lunch
              program also can have the program and materials fees waived.
         Summer School Administrative Office phone number year-round with voice mail - (920) 832-4976. During the 6-week summer school
         session at East High School, the direct phone numbers to reach the high school summer program personnel are 832-5702 and 832-5703.
_____________________ _______________ __/___/____                                                                      9     10 11 12 Graduate
Last Name (Print legibly)                            First Name                                Birthdate                   Grade Next fall (Circle)
___________________________________________ _________________________                                         ________________________
Home Address (Street, City, Zip)                                      Phone                                      School Currently Attending
________________________________                                   _________________________________________________
Home School District (must have approval from                                 Counselor/Principal Signature          REQUIRED
Home district if other than Appleton)
Course                  Course Name                     Location       Semester          Time                Dates            0         .5        Cost per
  #                                                                                                                         Credit    Credit
                                                                                                                                                  Semester
                                                      East                  I      7:40-11:45 am           June 13-
                                                                         (3 wks)   Fri. Dismissal 11:15    July 1

                                                      East                 II      7:40-11:45 am           July 6-
                                                                        (3 wks)    Fri. Dismissal 11:15    July 26


                                                      North             I & II     1:00-4:00 pm            June 13-
                                                      (Shakespeare)    (6 wks)                             July 1 &
                                                                                                           July 6-26
EMERGENCY CONTACT INFORMATION:
Parent/Guardian Name___________________________________Daytime Phone___________________Cell Phone_________________
(Student’s Primary Residence)
Additional Parent/Contact Name ___________________________ Daytime Phone___________________Cell Phone ________________
Other Contacts if Needed:      Contact Name__________________________________ Daytime Phone____________________________
Social Worker or Case Manager (if applicable):________________________________ Daytime Phone___________________________
If receiving Special Ed services, area of special education is: ______LD ______ED ______CD _____OHI   _____504
According to WI Dept of Public Instruction, summer school classes are not tailored to implement a student’s IEP.

Special Health Concerns/Medical Diagnoses: _________________________________________________________________________
Other Concerns (please list)
______________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Will your child have medications at summer school? Yes _________           No __________
          If so, please provide the name of the medication(s):_________________________________________
          Reason for Medication(s) _____________________________________________________________
          Time(s) medication is administered: Routine/Daily __________ As Needed __________ Emergency _____________
(Please bring any medications to the site coordinator on the first day of summer school.)
I hereby authorize summer school personnel to obtain emergency medical care for my child if deemed appropriate.
Parent/Guardian _________________________________________________________
                To Enroll: This form must be returned to the counselor or principal’s office at the school where you presently attend.
               Counselor/Principal signature is required. If you are not an Appleton resident, have the guidance counselor/principal at
                  your school get the proper District Coordinator signature for approval. Call 832-4976 if you have any questions.

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                                 Appleton Area School District
           2011 High School Summer School Course Descriptions
       All credit courses will be graded using the AASD Policy for High School Grading

COURSE:          1010 Communication Arts 1 Offered S1 & S2                  Credit Deficient Only
                                                                             .5 Credit/semester
PREREQUISITES:   Must be credit deficient in Communication Arts 9 (English). Student may enroll
                 in this course if he/she has not successfully completed it by Grade 10.
CONTENT:         Communication Arts I is the freshman required communication arts (English and Speech)
                 course which interrelates all strands from the communication arts core curriculum:
                 reading/literature, writing and oral communication concentrating on intra- and inter-
                 personal relationships. Skills developed include group work, confidence building, active
                 listening, problem solving, self-esteem, and elements of fiction researching, persuading and
                 applying technology to communication.

FEE:             $5.00 Materials fee per semester payable the first day of class.
COURSE:          1030 Communication Arts 2 Offered S1 & S2                 Credit Deficient Only
                                                                            .5 Credit/semester
PREREQUISITES:   Student may enroll in this course if he/she has not successfully completed this course by
                 Grade 11. Must be credit deficient in Communication Arts 10.
CONTENT:         Communication Arts II is the 10th grade required communication arts (English and Speech)
                 course which interrelates all strands from the communication arts core curriculum:
                 reading/literature, writing and oral communication. The student will learn and apply the
                 processes of written and spoken communication. Skills developed include researching and
                 using information, organization, composition, delivery, problem-solving, critical thinking,
                 inter- and intra- personal awareness, the writing process, literature appreciation and
                 analysis and language study.

FEE:             $5.00 materials fee per semester payable the first day of class.
COURSE:          1120 American Literature & Composition Offered S1 & S2 Credit Deficient Only
                                                                            .5 Credit/semester
PREREQUISITES:   Student may enroll in this course if he/she has not successfully completed this course by
                 Grade 12. Must be credit deficient in American Literature & Composition.
CONTENT:         This course emphasizes critical interpretation of American Literature. Students will develop
                 their skills in critical and analytical thinking, reading, researching, writing, listening and
                 speaking.

FEE:             $5.00 materials fee per semester payable the first day of class.
COURSE:          1220 British Literature & Composition Offered S1 & S2 Credit Deficient Only
                                                                               .5 Credit/semester
PREREQUISITES:     th
                 12 grade students who are deficient .5 credit for a semester of 12th grade Communication
                 Arts.
CONTENT:         Through a survey of British literature, students will become acquainted with the techniques
                 and philosophies of prominent British authors in their poetry and prose. Students will
                 develop critical skills in reading, writing, listening and speaking.

FEE:             $5.00 materials fee per semester payable the first day of class.




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COURSE:          0010 Physical Education       Offered S1                 Credit Deficient Only
                                                                          .5 Credit/semester
PREREQUISITES:   Student may enroll in this course if he/she has not successfully completed this course by
                 Grade 10. Can include 11th and 12th grades that have not met this requirement earlier in
                 their coursework.
CONTENT:         Course includes: Cooperative Games – the practice of fundamentals for the improvement
                 of individual skills, rules, offensive and defensive team play and game strategies – focus is
                 working cooperatively in groups. Instructional Swimming covers the techniques of
                 fundamental stroke development in accordance with the individual’s skill level. Dance
                 students learn ballroom dancing that includes basic dance positions, steps, and etiquette.
                 Exposure to other types of dance will be provided.
FEE:             $5.00 materials fee per semester payable the first day of class.
COURSE:          4990 Health Education         Offered S1 & S2             Credit Deficient Only
                                                                             .5 Credit/semester
PREREQUISITES:   Student may enroll in this course if he/she has not successfully completed this course by
                 Grade 10. Can include 11th and 12th grades that have not met this requirement earlier in
                 their course work.
CONTENT:         This course will cover the required areas of health with the emphasis on applying
                 knowledge and values to affect health related behaviors. Topics covered will be personal
                 health, nutrition, mental and emotional health, prevention and control of disease, substance
                 use and abuse, community and environmental health, accident prevention and safety,
                 consumer health and family life education.
FEE:             $5.00 materials fee per semester payable the first day of class.
COURSE:          3000 Civics                 Offered S1 & S2               Credit Deficient Only
                                                                             .5 Credit/semester
PREREQUISITES:   Student may enroll in this course if he/she has not successfully completed this course by
                 Grade 10.
CONTENT:         This course acquaints the student with the various areas of local, state, and national
                 government, how it functions, and the part a citizen plays in the government operation.
FEE:             $5.00 materials fee per semester payable the first day of class.
COURSE:          3070 U.S. History     Offered S1 & S2                     Credit Deficient Only
                                                                             .5 Credit/semester
PREREQUISITES:   Student may enroll in this course if he/she has not successfully completed this course by
                 Grade 12.
CONTENT:         U.S. History S1 is a survey introduction to the early part of American History beginning with
                 reasons for European exploration of the unknown areas of the world in the 15th century.
                 The course will continue through the Civil War. Students will study general trends and
                 specific events that have had a significant impact upon American history.
                 U.S. History S2 continues the narrative of American history begun in U.S. History S1. The
                 course explains major trends and events from Reconstruction to the present.
FEE:             $5.00 materials fee per semester payable the first day of class.
COURSE:          3520 Contemporary World Studies Offered S1 & S2                Credit Deficient Only
                                                                                .5 Credit/semester
PREREQUISITES:   Student may enroll in this course if he/she has not successfully completed this course by
                 Grade 11. (This course does meet the sophomore Global Studies requirement, but does
                 not meet the requirements of U.S. History.)
CONTENT:         Contemporary World Studies is designed to study and evaluate pertinent problems.
                 Current world and national issues dictate the course content as they relate to the individual.
                 Examples: family, education, government, crime and justice, mental and physical health,
                 the environment, prejudice-discrimination and the human life cycle. (This class is
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                 recommended for students who have failed Contemporary World Studies 3520.)
FEE:             $5.00 materials fee per semester payable the first day of class.
COURSE:          4000 Physical & Earth Science        Offered S1 & S2          Credit Deficient Only
                                                                              .5 Credit/semester
PREREQUISITES:   Student may enroll in this course if he/she has not successfully completed this course by
                 Grade 10.
CONTENT:         Physical Science is the study of matter and energy. Students who take this course will
                 work with the everyday applications of physical laws. As students progress through the
                 course, they will realize that the technological advances they take for granted are merely
                 applications of basic physical science principles. Major topics covered in the course will be
                 the properties of matter, light, sound, heat, motion, force, work, and electricity. The course
                 is designed for those students who find it necessary to meet a deficiency in the sciences.

FEE:             $10.00 materials fee per semester payable the first day of class.
COURSE:          4110 Biology                   Offered S1 & S2               Credit Deficient Only
                                                                              .5 Credit/semester
PREREQUISITES:   Must be credit deficient in Biology. Student may enroll in this course if he/she has not
                 successfully completed this course by Grade 11.
CONTENT:         This course is a general survey of the life sciences relying on laboratory investigations and
                 inquiry discussions to help the student develop critical reasoning. The course is based on
                 selected themes that point out important biological principles, emphasizing not only cellular
                 and structural biology but also man’s impact on the biosphere. It is designed to prepare all
                 students for the challenges to be met in our scientific world.
FEE:             $10.00 materials fee per semester payable the first day of class.
COURSE:          9000 Integrated Mathematics 1 Offered S1 & S2               Credit Deficient Only
                                                                             .5 Credit/semester
PREREQUISITES:   Student may enroll in this course if he/she has not successfully completed this course by
                 Grade 10. Students who have had a course in Algebra are NOT eligible.
CONTENT:         The content and approach of the Applied Integrated Mathematics course sequence has
                 been developed with a view toward providing all students with the mathematical power that
                 will be required to function as productive citizens in an increasingly technological future.
                 Applied Integrated Math 1 will include number and numeration, introductory algebra and
                 geometry concepts, statistical representation of data, experimental probability, use of a
                 variety of problem solving strategies and experiences with various types of technology.
                 Students who successfully complete this course can choose to continue in Integrated Math
                 2 or Algebra.

FEE:             $5.00 materials fee per semester payable the first day of class.
COURSE:          9040 Integrated Mathematics 2 Offered S1 & S2             Credit Deficient Only
                                                                          .5 Credit/semester
PREREQUISITES:   Applied Integrated Mathematics 1 or Algebra. Open to credit deficient students in Grades
                 10, 11, and 12. Students with a course in Geometry are NOT eligible.
CONTENT:         Applied Integrated Mathematics 2 will reinforce and build upon the concepts from the first
                 course. Advanced topics from Algebra and Geometry will be studied along with further
                 study of statistics and probability, problem solving and the use of applications of
                 technology. Real-world applications of the mathematical topics studied will be stressed.
                 Students who successfully complete this course can choose to continue in Integrated
                 Mathematics 3 or enroll in Algebra or Geometry. This later choice will depend on teacher
                 recommendations and possibly a mathematics departmental placement exam.

FEE:             $5.00 materials fee per semester payable the first day of class.

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COURSE:              9140 Integrated Mathematics 3 Offered S1 & S2          Credit Deficient Only
                                                                           .5 Credit/semester
PREREQUISITES:       Applied Integrated Mathematics 2 or Geometry. Open to credit deficient students in Grades
                     10, 11, and 12. Students with a course in Advanced Algebra are NOT eligible.
CONTENT:             This is the final course in the 3-year Integrated Mathematics sequence. Concepts covered
                     in this course will use those covered in Integrated Mathematics 1 and 2 as a foundation. A
                     more in-depth study of algebra, geometry, statistics, probability and problem solving
                     techniques will be undertaken. As with all the courses in this sequence, real-world
                     applications of the mathematical topics studied will be stressed.
                     Students who successfully complete this course may decide to enroll in the College
                     Transition Mathematics course or possibly in Geometry or Advanced Algebra. This later
                     choice will depend on teacher recommendations and possibly a mathematics departmental
                     placement exam.
FEE:                 $5.00 materials fee per semester payable the first day of class.
COURSE:              9100 Algebra                  Offered S1 & S2         Credit Deficient Only
                                                                            .5 Credit/semester
PREREQUISITES:       Student may enroll in this course if he/she has not successfully completed this course by
                     Grade 10.
CONTENT:             Algebra is an extension of arithmetic. It is the mathematical language of science and is the
                     foundational course for all future mathematic courses in a college preparatory sequence.
                     Emphasis is placed on understanding number relationships, solving mathematical
                     sentences (equations and inequalities), working with mathematical formulas and
                     expressions and problem solving.
FEE:                 $5.00 materials fee per semester payable the first day of class.
COURSE:              9200 Geometry                  Offered S1 & S2          Credit Deficient Only
                                                                            .5 Credit/semester
PREREQUISITES: Algebra – Open to credit deficient students entering Grades 10, 11, or 12 in the Fall.
CONTENT:       Geometry is the study of the relationship between points, lines, and planes in space
               (parallelism, perpendicularity, and separation). It is the study of size, shape, and position of
               angles, triangles, quadrilaterals, polygons, and other regions of the plane (area, volume,
               symmetry, transformations, similarity and congruence). It is the study of a logical
               mathematical system in which a few statements and relationships are developed by
               deductive reasoning. A course designed for the student that did not complete the course
               satisfactorily.
FEE:           $5.00 materials fee per semester payable the first day of class.
COURSE:        6300 Personal Financial Management            Offered S1 & S2           Credit Deficient Only
                                                                                         .5 credit/semester
PREREQUISITES: Open to students in Grades 11 & 12 ONLY who are credit deficient.

CONTENT:             Develops an understanding of money management techniques, finances, risks and diversity
                     of investments, and educates students to become better consumers and achieve personal
                     lifestyle objectives.

FEE:                 $5.00 materials fee per semester payable the first day of class.
COURSE:              e2020 Alternative Courses                             Credits based on coursework

PREREQUISITES:       Must be significantly credit deficient in all subject areas, in grade 12. Student may enroll in
                     this course if he/she is significantly credit deficient. Teacher recommendation necessary,
                     enrollment is limited.

CONTENT:             Specific coursework will be determined at registration and will be based on individual
                     student need.
FEE:                 None.
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COURSE:          6310 Alternative Personal Financial Management            .5 credit/semester

PREREQUISITES:   Open to students that have taken Alternative PFM and are in Grades 11 & 12 ONLY.
CONTENT:         Develops an understanding of money management techniques, finances, risks and
                 diversity of investments, and educates students to become better consumers and achieve
                 personal lifestyle objectives.

FEE:              $5.00 materials fee per semester payable the first day of class.
COURSE:          9701 Employment Development Course                       .5 credit/semester

PREREQUISITES:   Must be significantly credit deficient.
CONTENT:         Facilitates career exploration and development by teaching skills needed to become a
                 valuable employee in a fulfilling career choice. Students will learn about career selection,
                 outlook, and application process and skills utilizing the classroom and class trips. Teacher
                 recommendation necessary, enrollment is limited. Class held at Central High School.


FEE:              $5.00 materials fee per semester payable the first day of class.


           2011 High School Summer School Course Descriptions
                            For Credit Courses

COURSE:           1670 Summer Shakespeare Theatre
                         ***Required to take S1 & S2 and participate in performances at end of course.
                         ***Can be taken for credit one time – then it becomes enrichment.
                  Class runs from 1:00-4:00pm Monday-Friday at North High School
PREREQUISITES:    None. Open to any public or private school student grades 9 – 12.
CONTENT:          Students in this course will learn about Shakespeare, his times, and theatre of English
                  Renaissance by preparing and presenting one of his plays for public performance.
                  Students will also gain knowledge and experience in a variety of theatre skills such as
                  scenic design, costumes, set construction, lighting, publicity, and direction. There are no
                  auditions required. Class sessions/rehearsals and performances will be held at North High
                  School.
FEE:              $20 total (equals $10 per semester) materials fee payable the first day of class.
COURSE:           8660 Ceramics & Sculpture Offered S1 & S2                            Taken for Credit
                                                                                      .5 Credit/semester
PREREQUISITES:    Open to students entering Grades 10 – 12.

CONTENT:          Introduction and application of design principles to hand-built and wheel-thrown pottery.
                  Decoration and glazing methods will be experienced. Three-dimensional problems in both
                  traditional and contemporary materials will be presented.

FEE:              $15.00 materials fee per semester payable the first day of class.




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           2011 High School Summer School Course Descriptions
                           Enrichment Courses

COURSE:          1535 Debate and Forensics                                                        Offered S2 only
                                                                                                  Enrichment only

CONTENT:         Debate is an opportunity to work in a team and gather all of the research needed for the
                 national debate topic. Forensics is a project-based class and will focus on informative
                 presentations, persuasive arguments, as well discussion techniques. How to use stories,
                 poetry, drama, and humor to enhance a presentation are additional goals for forensics.
                 Debate and forensics will happen concurrently. These two activities will work together in a
                 friendly, cooperative atmosphere while maintaining a focus on preparing for the competitive
                 season.

FEE:             $10.00 materials fee per semester payable the first day of class.

COURSE:          0040 Lifetime Fitness for You               Grades 7 – 12                Enrichment
                 OPEN TO ALL APPLETON STUDENTS IN GRADES 7-12 ONLY
DATES            East High School (Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays)
                                     June 6, 8, 10, 13, 15, 17, 20, 22, 24, 27, 29, July 1, 6, 8, 11, 13, 15,
& SITES:                             6:45-9:15am and 3:45-5:00pm

                 West High School (Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays)
                           Mondays: June 6, 13, 20, 27, July 11, 18, 25: 7:00-8:30 am, 8:30-10:00 am, 5:00-6:30 pm
                           Tuesdays: June 7, 14, 21, 28 July 12, 19, 26: 7:00-8:30 am, 8:30-10:00 am, 5:00-6:30 pm
                           Thursdays: June 9, 16, 23, 30, July 14, 21, 28: 7:00-8:30 am, 8:30-10:00 am, 5:00-6:30 pm

                 North High     (Mondays) June 6- July 28 6:00-7:15am or 7:15-8:30am or 8:30-9:45am
                                 (Tues/Thurs) June 7- July 28 6:15-7:15am or 7:15-8:15 am or 8:15-9:15am
                                                                               th    th
                                 (Tues/Thurs) June 7- July 28 8:30 to 9:30 (11 & 12 ) or
                                                                            th    th
                                 (Tues/Thurs) June 7- July 28 9:30-11:15 (9 & 10 ) NASSA Fitness outside
                                 There will be no classes on Monday, July 4th

CONTENT:         Do you want to increase or tone muscle, lose weight or learn proper eating habits for a
                 healthy lifestyle? This class will provide you with the knowledge to live a healthy lifestyle
                 through cardiovascular conditioning, strength training and nutritional diet. This class will
                 teach proper techniques with emphasis on improved cardiovascular conditioning, body
                 toning and a better understanding of physical fitness and wellness. Workout and diet plans
                 can be individualized for each student. Students can set personal goals and track their
                 progress with the help of the instructors. This class is for the beginner, intermediate or
                 advanced male or female student. Sign up on the first day of attendance at the site you
                 plan to attend.
FEE:             None.
COURSE:          A196 Getting Ready for 9th Grade                                       Enrichment
DATES:           To be announced by letter to parents of students selected by Middle School Guidance.
SITES:           East, North, and West
PREREQUISITES:   Open to incoming 9th graders by invitation only. Please contact your Middle School
                 Guidance Counselor or Principal if you have questions before July. They will coordinate
                 this program with the High School Guidance Counselors.

CONTENT:         A course to provide additional support and direct instruction in reading and writing; to
                 develop organizational and study skills to be a successful high school student.

FEE:             $3.00 materials fee payable first day of class.

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                         HIGH SCHOOL ELL PROGRAM
DATES:                   Semester 1: June 13 – July 1, 2011 (15 days
                         Semester 2: July 6 – July 26, 2011 (15 days)

TIMES:                   7:40–11:45 AM Monday through Thursday
                         7:40-11:15 AM Friday

SITE:                    East High School

COORDINATOR:             James Lehto (lehtojames@aasd.k12.wi.us)




                                      COURSE OFFERED
                 Course will be graded using the AASD Policy for High School Grading

COURSE:                  AH202 ELL Academic Skills                         Fall Grades 9 – 12
                                                                           .5 CA credits per 3-weeks

PREREQUISITES:           These course options are available to Level 1 or low Level 2 students. It is open to students
                         entering grades 9-12 in the fall.

CONTENT:                 ELL Academic Skills is specifically designed for the Level 1 or low Level 2 student who is
                         just starting to learn English. This class will help students develop beginning literacy and
                         academic skills in English. Students will learn to communicate in English using listening,
                         speaking, reading, and writing. They will also be given basic instruction in other key
                         academic areas including study skills, organization, and the use of technology.
                         Arriving on time and attendance is required.

FEE:                     None.




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                                         Summer School 2011
For the 9th year, Appleton eSchool and the Fox Valley Summer Consortium (FVSC) are providing online course
opportunities for students enrolled in any of the Fox Valley Summer Consortium Schools.
This year's summer session is scheduled for June 6th – July 21, 2011. Other important dates to consider when
requesting courses for eSchool summer session:

       February 3 - Online Registration for eSchool Summer Session Begins
       April 13 – First day for students to begin required FVSC Orientation Course
       June 1 – Last day to request a summer session course (Don't wait, courses will fill up)
       June 3 – Last day to complete the FVSC Orientation Course
       June 6 – First day of class for all courses (Attendance is Required)
       June 20 – Drop date without penalty
       July 21 – Summer session ends and last opportunity to take final exams

                               Requirements for eSchool & FVSC Students*:
Completion of Orientation Course:
         o After successfully requesting an eSchool summer course, the student will be enrolled into the
             orientation course. This course must be successfully completed before the student will be placed in
             their requested course.
     First Day of Class Session^:
         o Students and their parent(s) must attend one of the First Day of Class sessions for their course on
             either the morning or evening of June 6. (Specific times will be posted at a later date.) If the
             student and a parent cannot attend either of their course's sessions, they are not eligible to take the
             summer course.
     Students must complete all course requirements including completing their final exam in a proctored
     setting by the morning of July 21. Formal exam opportunities will be scheduled during the final week of
     July 18 – July 21.

                                        2011 Summer Course Options**
           Civics (S1 & S2)                       Personal Financial Management (PFM)
                                                      Personal Fitness (PE) (course rotates each
           World History (S1 & S2)
                                                      summer)
           American History (S1 & S2)                 Life Management Skills - Health***
           Algebra (S1 or S2)                         Creative Writing
           Geometry (S1 or S2)                        English 1, 2, 3, 4 - (S1 or S2 of each course)
           Algebra 2 (S1 or S2)                       Web Design 1 (S1 or S2)
           Pre-Calculus(S1 or S2)                     Economics
           *Each summer school course has a non-refundable course fee of $30
           **NOTE: Courses with insufficient enrollments may be canceled.
           ***Students must obtain a current CPR certification or complete an alternative
           assignment.
           If you have additional questions contact the Appleton eSchool office 832-1744 or email Mr.
           Hanson (hansonerik@aasd.k12.wi.us )
           ^ = Student must attend and a parent must attend to be eligible to participate in
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          Brillion

Camp information also included in this booklet




                  ’11
         Classes are from Monday, June 13
              through Friday, July 1.



             Registration deadline is
               3:30 Friday, April 15
             in the elementary office.

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                                            GENERAL INFORMATION

NEW REGISTRATION FORMAT: Each child has a colored sheet which corresponds with the grade they have recently
completed (4-kgn – purple; 5-kgn – blue; 1st – bright yellow; 2nd - green; 3rd –yellow; 4th – gold; 5th – salmon; 6th – pink; 7th
– dark green; and 8th – white). Have your child choose six courses they would like to take. Only four courses will be
assigned. This will be done randomly by our computer program. Courses are no longer assigned by a first come, first
served basis. To enroll your 4-kgn child, number (1-3) the following weeks in the order of your preference, #1 being your
first choice. Forms and fees are due in the Elementary Office by 3:30 on Friday, April 16; date and time will be strictly
enforced. Students 1-6 must take four classes. (This policy does not apply to middle school students taking academic make
up, remedial, or Driver Ed classes.) Not all class offerings can be guaranteed. Once class schedules are handed out, you will
not be allowed to change classes. Classes are offered for students in grades 4-Kgn. - 8 with the exception of Driver Ed.
Driver Ed students receive separate registration forms from Mr. Burg, Driver Ed instructor.

Fees: A $15 non-refundable fee PER FAMILY (no matter how many children are attending) must accompany the
registration form. Any late registrations will be charged $20 and will be placed in classes according to availability after all
regular scheduling is complete. If a class fee is charged, it is noted on the class description. If class fees are an issue, please
select classes that do not require an additional fee. There will be no prorating of fees based on attendance. Do not send
CLASS fees until notified of acceptance in that class. Send only registration fees. If your child will not be attending the first
week, please get the fees to us ahead of time, once you receive the schedule, so we can finalize our bookkeeping.

Daily Schedule: Classes are 55 minutes. Start time each day is 8:00. On the first day all students, EXCEPT THOSE
SWIMMING, 4 KINDERGARTEN, AND KINDERGARTEN, report to the middle school gym. Swimmers go directly to the
Community Center.

Attendance: If your child is absent, please show us the courtesy of calling or sending a note. Contact the office and we’ll
notify the teachers.

Busing: is provided for students outside the city of Brillion. (From June 13-July 1) Pick-ups will be at several central
locations, (determined by Sonnabend Busses, Inc.), not door-to-door.

Schedules: will be SENT HOME with the students prior to the start of Summer School.

Guest Policy: A child not registered for Summer School may attend as a guest of an enrolled student no more than three
days during the 15-day term. Permission is needed from Mr. Schwantes, Summer School Coordinator.

HATS OFF: To show old-fashioned respect for people and education, we ask that no hats be worn in the building.




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No person shall, on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, national origin or handicap, be excluded from participation in, be
denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination in any program, activities or employment by Brillion Public Schools.




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                                    Kindergarten fun & learning continue into Summer School

Students who have attended kindergarten during the 10-11 school year are invited to continue the fun and
learning during Summer School. Listed below are the programs for 4-Kgn. and 5-Kgn. students.
               Enrollment is based on which class your child currently is in during the 10-11 school year.

                 Ready 4 Kindergarten? (for students currently enrolled in 4-Kgn.)
                 Students will attend a one-week (5-day) session 8:00-12:00. They will not be allowed to
                 come for more than one week. The course is designed to help 4-Kgn. students transition to
                 5-Kgn. 4-Kgn. students will use the same entrance that they have used during the school year.

         There is a $2 fee for this class.

To enroll your 4-Kgn child, number (1-3) the following weeks in the order of your preference, #1 being your first choice.
    - 4-Kgn./Week 1 (June 13-17) 40
    - 4-Kgn./Week 2 (June 20-24) 41
    - 4-Kgn./Week 3(June 27-July 1) 42

Camp Kindergarten 50 (for students currently enrolled in 5-Kgn.)

Students will attend 8:00-12:00, five days a week for three weeks, June 13-July 1.
It will be set up much like kindergarten is during the school year. Students will participate in a variety of activities that will
cover every aspect of the curriculum from reading and math to food experiences and fitness. They will have fun with their
friends preparing for first grade!

There is a $5 fee for this class.

To enroll your 5-Kgn. child, simply fill out the registration form and return it to school along with your registration fee.
The Camp Kindergarten teachers will meet the 5-Kgn. students at the elementary entrance. After class the children will be
brought back to the front of school for pick-up.


DRIVER EDUCATION (9-12) These classes will be offered in two-hour blocks. There is no fee for the classroom phase of
Driver Ed, but there is a fee for the behind-the-wheel training. Students will be divided into two groups:

         June 9 – July 1            Session 1: 8:00-10:00
         June 9 – July 1            Session 2: 10:00-12:00

Do not register for Driver Ed on the form with this booklet. Special registration forms were given to eligible students
earlier. Any questions about this class should be directed to Mr. Burg, Driver Ed instructor at 756-3624 ext. 315 or email
dburg@brillion.k12.wi.us. Classes are held at the high school.

                                                         COMPUTERS
                     101 COMPUTERS FOR KIDS (1-3) Practice all you learned on the computer - try some new activities.
                     (Limit 15 students) 8:00; 9:00; 11:00

                     102 COMPUTERS-COMPUTERS (2-5) You’ll be guided on how to use Microsoft Publisher,
                     spreadsheets, and PowerPoint. If you love computers, you’ll love this program. (Limit 17 students) 9:00

                     103 DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (3-8) Students learn how to use digital cameras and how to insert
                     pictures into computer projects. (Limit 15 students) 11:00

104 MOVIE MAKER (4-8) Students will learn how to make movies through the use of the digital camera or camcorder.
They’ll take a look at how to do animation, too. (Limit 20 students) 10:00


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105 POWERPOINT (3-8) These are interactive computer programs that make it easy to create multi-media presentations.
You will learn how to use these programs by adding pictures, music, and videos to make your own unique project. You will
also explore the Internet for visual images that you can add to your creations. If you like computers and using your
imagination, then come join the fun! (Limit 20 students) 8:00; 9:00; 11:00

                                                  YOUR ARTISTIC SIDE!!

                        201 KIDWORKS (1-3) There’s a long list of projects for this class! Some are: coffee filter flowers,
                        grassy head guys, tattoo paint, fruity play dough, painted toast, cactus made of dough, papier-
                        mâché bowls and many more! You’ll need a cover-up shirt. $5 fee (Limit 12 students) 8:00; 9:00;
                        10:00; 11:00

202 EVERYTHING BARBIE (1-3) Your Barbie creativeness will come alive in this class as you practice
storytelling, reading and writing Barbie stories, drawing Barbie, creating Barbie cartoons and
designing Barbie clothes — everything Barbie! The possibilities are endless! $1 fee 9:00; 11:00

203 STENCILING (1-3) Have you ever wanted to be an artist but had trouble getting started? Stenciling is a way! You will
learn to stencil (painting through cutouts) — everyone will think you're a "master artist!" We'll stencil a variety of things
from pillowcases, lunch bags, cards and stationery to wood objects, walls, and even our friend's faces! Students will need to
bring items to stencil such as t-shirts, pillowcases, etc. $5 fee (Limit 20 students) 9:00

204 STENCILING (3-6) Have you ever wanted to be an artist but had trouble getting started? Stenciling is a way! You will
learn to stencil (painting through cutouts) — everyone will think you're a "master artist!" We'll stencil a variety of things
from pillowcases, lunch bags, cards and stationery to wood objects, walls, and even our friend's faces! Students will need to
bring items to stencil such as t-shirts, pillowcases, etc. $5 fee (Limit 20 students) 10:00

                      205 ART-ZONE 1 (1-3) Step into the Art-Zone and make new and exciting projects. We’ll use many
                      methods to make our very own works of art. We’ll paint by using an airbrush, which is a style of
                      painting that uses air. We’ll also create 3-D projects. Step into the Art-Zone if you like to be creative.
                      $5 fee (Limit 16 students) 9:00

                      206 ARTSY/CRAFTSY (3-8) You’ll have plenty of “souvenirs” (or gifts for someone) from summer
                      school if you take this class, making tie-dye shirts, puffy paint hankies, papier-mâché rain sticks,
Beady Buddies, tissue paper candle holders, paper dolls, a Welcome to Summer School banner and many more. $5 fee
(Limit 20 students) 9:00; 11:00

207 ARTSY/CRAFTSY (1-3) Is art class one of your favorite times of the school day? Then this class is for you — making
puzzle frames, puffy paint hankies, bagel people magnets, tissue paper candle holders, American flag wind socks, stenciling
clay pots and more. $5 fee (Limit 20 students)
8:00; 9:00; 10:00

208 ART-ZONE 2 (3-6) Experience Art-Zone 2 and make ultra-bright and dynamic projects. We’ll airbrush (a way to paint
with air) to make designs on t-shirts, pillowcases, or paintings. We’ll tie-dye using bright and exciting colors and we’ll
create 3-D projects. $5 fee and you need to bring a white t-shirt OR pillow case. (Limit 16 students) 8:00; 11:00

209 TALENTED ARTIST (4-7) This class gives young artists the direction needed in drawing, painting, and clay work.
Students work with the instructor to go beyond normal classroom projects and develop skills as artists. This is for you if
you really enjoy art and like to try different things. $5 fee (Limit 16 students) 10:00

210 SCRAPBOOKING (5-8) Do you want to scrapbook but can’t find the time? Join us and we’ll
scrapbook together and learn different techniques and ways to use borders and backgrounds. Bring
pictures to use and be ready to have some scrapping fun. $10 fee for papers and materials. (Limit 10
students) 10:00; 11:00




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211 STAMPING CARDS (4-8) Students will create cards for various occasions. Each day there will be one sample card for
them to make. They will have a chance to do other cards and paper bookmarks with remaining time. $10 fee (Limit 10
          students) 8:00; 9:00

           212 SEWING (3-8) Students will create hand-sewn projects. Your teacher will help you embroider, cross-stitch,
           and work with plastic canvas. $3 fee (Limit 16 students) 9:00; 11:00

                                             MUSIC AND THEATER

301 HEEE-HAAAWWW! (1-6) If you like to sing fun songs and play some cool instruments, you’ll love this class! We’ll be
singing American folk and novelty songs and accompanying them on a variety of instruments such as xylophones,
dulcimers, and other rhythm instruments. (Limit 20 students) 9:00

302 ON STAGE (1-3) Students will find out how to take a production from the thinking stage to on stage. They’ll learn acting
basics including non-verbal communication, speaking techniques, creating scenery, and performing for an audience. $1 fee
(Limit 12 students) 11:00

303 ON STAGE (3-8) Students will find out how to take a production from the thinking stage to on stage. They’ll learn acting
basics including non-verbal communication, speaking techniques, creating scenery, and performing for an audience. $1 fee
(Limit 21 students) 10:00

                        304 BEGINNING GUITAR (2-8) This is an introduction to playing the acoustic guitar. Students will
                        learn to play notes on three strings and several chords. Guitars will be provided. The guitar is a
                        great instrument to learn because it’s so portable and you can play and enjoy it for a lifetime! (Limit
                        14 students) 8:00

                        305 GUITAR 2 (3-8) This is a follow-up class to Beginning Guitar. (Limit 14 students) 11:00

                        306 WORLD DRUMMING (3-5) Learn to play the African drums and put together music
                        ensembles using drums, claves, shekeres, guiros, and the gankogui. The class is based on Will
                        Schmid’s “World Drumming” course and will be a lot of fun. It will demand a lot of concentration
                        and group effort. (15 to 20 students are needed for this class to be held.) 9:00; 10:00

                        307 EBONY & IVORY I (1-8) This course provides an introduction to the piano and helps students
                        figure out if they would like to continue further study. This is open to those having very little or no
                        previous piano background. (Limit 14 students) 10:00

308 EBONY & IVORY II (2-8) This course is for students to continue piano studies. They will begin at an appropriate level
and progress at their own pace. Novices and advanced students are welcome, but must have completed at least one book of
piano study. (Limit 14 students) 11:00

309 LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD THE MUSICAL (1-3) 1, 2, 3 ACTION!!! Do you love to sing? Do you love to dance?
Do you love drama? If so, this is the summer class for you! Calling all 1 st – 3rd graders to perform the musical, Little Red
Riding Hood. Throughout the three week course we will be singing our songs, learning our lines, dancing and performing
in front of a live audience. We will also be crating our own set! This class will be run everyday, for the entire 4 hours. In
order for this class to run, we need 20-25 performers! Let’s put on a show.

                                  ARE YOU READY FOR A WORKOUT?

                     401 SPORTS-A-RAMA (1-2) If you like sports, this is the class for you! We’ll explore kickball, t-ball,
                     and soccer — practicing skills and learning about positive competition.   8:00; 10:00; 11:00

                     402 SPORTS-A-RAMA (3-5) Can’t decide which sport you like best? You can have it all in this class.
                     Learn skills and the art of positive competition while playing flag football, soccer, kickball, and
                     basketball.    8:00; 9:00; 10:00; 11:00


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403 TEE-BALL (1-2) Learn the basic concepts of baseball and the skills of throwing, fielding, and hitting. Drills and games
will be designed to enhance these skills. If you have a glove of your own, bring it along. 8:00

404 TEE-BALL (3-5) Learn the basic concepts of baseball and the skills of throwing, fielding, and hitting. Drills and games
will be designed to enhance these skills. If you have your own glove, bring it along. 8:00

405 FITNESS FOR KIDS (1-3) Tired of sitting at a desk all school year? Are Mom and Dad hounding you to get away from
the PlayStation and GET SOME EXERCISE? We'll get your heart pumping with exercises such as running, jump roping,
aerobics, obstacle courses, and fitness circuits. Loose clothing is a must! Grades 3-6 may bike through the area; bike and
helmet are necessary. (Limit 20 students) 9:00

406 FITNESS FOR KIDS (3-6) Tired of sitting at a desk all school year? Are Mom and Dad hounding you to get away from
the PlayStation and GET SOME EXERCISE? We'll get your heart pumping with exercises such as running, jump roping,
aerobics, obstacle courses, and fitness circuits. Loose clothing is a must! Grades 3-6 may bike through the area; bike and
helmet are necessary. (Limit 20 students) 10:00

407 SUMMER SWIM AT THE COMMUNITY CENTER (1-8) Students living in the city should go directly to the
Community Center for class (starting on the very first day of Summer School). Bus students will be dropped off there. At
the end of class all students will be bused to the elementary school. $30 fee 8:00

408 FUN & GAMES (1-3) Come and join your friends as you play a variety of games such as kickball, warball, etc. Learn to
be a good sport and learn some new skills. (Limit 20 students) 9:00; 10:00; 11:00

409 POMS/DANCE (3-8) This will be an intro to poms, kick lines, and dance moves that will be put into different routines.
6th - 8th graders will be helping to create routines and teaching them to the rest of the class under the assistance of the
teacher. Students will learn and help create various routines that may be performed for an audience toward the end of
summer school. This is for guys and gals!
(Limit 20 students) 11:00

                          410 BOWLING (1-8) Bowling class is for the beginning to intermediate bowler. Students will walk
                          to Juice's Bowl. Instruction will be given as well as being able to bowl one game per class period.
                          If time permits, students who desire to bowl an extra game will have the option to do so at an
                          additional fee of $2.00. $30.00 fee for 15 games (no shoe fee). (Limit 20 students) 8:00; 9:00;
                          10:00


                          411 DODGEBALL/WARBALL (2-4) Come and learn several different types of dodgeball. Team
                          building and activeness are the focuses of the course. (Limit 20 students) 10:00

412 DODGEBALL/WARBALL (5-8) Come and learn several different types of dodgeball. Team building and activeness are
the focuses of the course. (Limit 20 students) 9:00; 11:00

413 KICKBALL/WARBALL (5-8) Come and learn several different types of kickball and warball. Team building and
activeness are the focuses of the course. (Limit 20 students) 8:00; 9:00

414 FLOOR HOCKEY (3-5) Students will learn the fundamentals of floor hockey and then play the game. (Limit 20
students) 11:00

415 FLOOR HOCKEY (5-8) Students will learn the fundamentals of floor hockey and then play the game. (Limit 20
students) 9:00; 10:00

416 GOLF & EVERYDAY GAMES (4-8) Students will learn the fundamentals of golf as well as playing nine holes each
week. Other lifetime sports will be explored such as Frisbee golf, volleyball, kickball, and horseshoes. There is a $15 fee to
cover going to Deer Run once each week. (Limit 20 students) 10:00



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417 WEIGHT LIFTING (5-8) Boys and girls will learn how to weight lift correctly. The benefits of weight lifting serve as
good physical conditioning for getting and keeping your body in shape. (Limit 12 students) 8:00; 10:00; 11:00

418 FLAG FOOTBALL/BASKETBALL (6-8) Learn the basic fundamentals of football and basketball. Time will be split to
play and practice both games. 8:00; 10:00

419 BASKETBALL SKILLS AND GAMES (3-8) This class is for boys and girls who are serious about improving their
basketball skills. During this hour, students will work on ball handling, passing, shooting, and offensive and defensive
concepts. Basketball games will also be incorporated in the class. 8:00

420 BASEBALL SKILLS AND GAMES (3-6) This class is for boys and girls who are serious about improving their baseball
skills. During this hour, students will work on throwing/pitching, fielding, base running, and hitting. Baseball games will
also be incorporated in the class. 9:00

421 VOLLEYBALL SKILLS AND GAMES (3-8) This class is for boys and girls who are serious about improving their
volleyball skills. Students will work on volleyball skills and play games. 11:00

422 BEGINNING YOGA (5-8) Yoga is one of the healthiest activities you can do. Beginning Yoga will include a variety of
stretching exercise with an emphasis on proper balance, posture, and breathing. Two systems of yoga will be taught. 9:00

423 TENNIS/BADMINTON (3-5) Rack one up for this class if you like racquet sports! You’ll spend two weeks each
learning and playing tennis and badminton. You’ll need to bring your own tennis racquet. 10:00

424 TENNIS/BADMINTON (5-8) Rack one up for this class if you like racquet sports! You’ll spend two weeks each
learning and playing tennis and badminton. You’ll need to bring your own tennis racquet. 8:00; 9:00

                                            SAYING IT IN A DIFFERENT WAY

501 SPANISH (1-3) Now that we have several Spanish-speaking friends in our school, how would you like to learn about
their language, culture, history, holidays, food, crafts and more? (Limit 20 students)
10:00

502 SPANISH (3-5) Now that we have several Spanish-speaking friends in our school, how would you like to learn about
their language, culture, history, holidays, food, crafts and more? (Limit 20 students)
8:00

503 SIGN LANGUAGE (3-8) Here is your opportunity to learn a new language — sign language! You'll learn how to
finger-spell the alphabet and sign words through the use of songs, poetry, and games.
(Limit 16 students) 9:00

                                       READING, WRITING & ‘RITHMETIC (Math)

                      601 THE READING & WRITING HOUR (1-2) Use your own creative and unique ideas to write and
                      illustrate a children’s book. This will be done individually or with a partner or small group. You’ll
                      also be able to choose a good book or magazine and sit and read it. Or maybe you’d like to LISTEN to
                      a book. 8:00

                      602 DR. SEUSS (1-3) We will do a variety of art, math, and writing activities using Dr. Seuss’ books as
                      a basis. We’ll play games and make green eggs and ham.
                       (Limit 20 students) 8:00; 9:00

                        603 ELEMENTARY MATH (1-2) This class is offered to students who need to practice basic math
skills that are necessary for success in the Brillion math program. Students will receive individualized help and practice the
specific skills they need to have. 10:00



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604 ELEMENTARY MATH (3-5) This class is offered to students who need to practice basic math skills that are necessary
for success in the Brillion math program. Students will receive individualized help and practice the specific skills they need
to 11:00

605 READING FOR PLEASURE (1-3) Choose a good book or magazine and sit down and read. Or maybe you'd like to
LISTEN to a book. Your teacher will share reading adventures with you. (Limit 20 students) 10:00; 11:00

606 READING FOR PLEASURE (4-8) Choose a good book or magazine and sit down and read. Or maybe you'd like to
LISTEN to a book. Your teacher will share reading adventures with you. (Limit 20 students) 9:00

607 REMEDIAL READING/WRITING (4-5) This class is for students who were referred by their teacher for remediation in
reading and/or writing. If you’re unsure if this class is appropriate for your child, contact his/her teacher. 9:00; 10:00

608 FASTER MULTIPLICATION & DIVISION (3-5) If you are having problems remembering math facts, this class is for
YOU! The entire course is focused on memorizing facts. Games will be used to help reach your goal in knowing facts. 8:00

609 AUTHOR’S HOUR (3-8) Write and illustrate a children’s book using your own creative and unique ideas. This can be
done individually or with a partner or small group. $1 fee 9:00

610 SUMMER SCHOOL NEWSPAPER (3-8) Join the newspaper staff, interview people, write stories about our summer
school, choose a logo, publish the paper, and hand it out to everyone! (Limit 16 students) 11:00

611 ENGLISH/WRITING (6-8) This class is for students whose teachers recommend taking it. (If you’re not sure — check
with the teacher or summer school coordinator.) Focus will be on writing good sentences and paragraphs, topic sentences,
supporting details, and connecting words. 4-Square writing and 6-Trait vocabulary will be used. Agreement, punctuation,
and parts of speech will be covered. There will be a grammar review. 9:00

                      612 MIDDLE SCHOOL MATH (6) This section is intended to help students who have fallen behind in
                      their math work. We will review and practice skills that are important to have in life. Students who
                      take this course will be better prepared for the 8 th grade math test and the high school graduation test.
                      8:00

                      613 MIDDLE SCHOOL MATH (7) This section is intended to help students who have fallen behind in
their math work. We will review and practice skills that are important to have in life. Students who take this course will be
better prepared for the 8th grade math test and the high school graduation test. 10:00

614 READING (6-8) This class is for students whose teachers recommend taking it. (If you’re not sure – check with the
teacher or summer school coordinator.) Strategies such as K-W-L, predicting, and 5-minute scans while using articles and
books will be used. A second component will focus on successfully reading a textbook including the strategies previously
mentioned. Activities to enrich vocabularies will be done in addition to ten minutes of SSR (Sustained Silent Reading) daily.
11:00

615 GETTING READY FOR ALGEBRA, Remedial Language, and/or BRIDGES (8) Are you nervous or anxious about
starting high school? Are you worried about finding your way around the school? Are you unsure of what to expect from
high school?
If you answered yes to any of these questions the summer school Bridges class is your answer. Here is an opportunity for
you to get ahead of the other incoming freshman. You will spend 4 hours a day at the high school with current high school
staff doing a variety of activities. You will be introduced to a variety of technology tools used on a regular basis in your
high school classes. Time will be spent going on several field trips which are used to compile your own DVD at the end of
the summer. Goal setting, team building, reading strategies, math skills, problem solving skills are some of the tools you
will gain in this summer school class all of which are important to starting your high school career off on the right track.
During this program you will also be paired up with an upper classman as a mentor. The best part is after taking this class,
being there for 4 hours and not missing more than one class you will earn a ½ of a credit for high school before you even
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If you are taking drivers ed in the morning there is an option for you to take this class for just two hours a day. You will
miss out on some of the field trips and will not get the ½ high school credit but you will still gain so many other skills and be
ahead of the other incoming freshman.

                                            NATURE/SCIENCE EXPLORATIONS

701 DINOSAURS (1-3) Get ready for prehistoric fun! Explore the world of dinosaurs
through a variety of activities including art, science, and group games. $2 fee (Limit 20
students) 11:00

702 OCEANS AND RAINFORESTS (1-3) Explore ocean and rainforest habitats through books, videos, and activities.
Study food chains of the various animals and marine life and learn about the animals that live in oceans and rainforests.
8:00; 10:00

703 GREEN THUMBS (1-3) We'll look at plant life, create artwork using plants, and actually GROW our own plants. $3 fee
(Limit 16 students) 11:00

704 GREEN THUMBS (4-6) We'll look at plant life, create artwork using plants, and actually GROW our own plants. $3 fee
(Limit 16 students) 8:00

705 NATURE ADVENTURES (2-5) We're going on a nature adventure - visiting wetlands, exploring habitats, investigating
insects, adopting trees, and participating in projects. We'll ride the bus to the Brillion Nature Center. $5 fee (Limit 20
students) 11:00

                                 706 LET’S GO FISHING (3-8) If you could make a wish — would you go fish? If you have
                                 time this summer to make your own lures, practice casting, and learn more about fishing,
                                 then join the gang that’s heading for that favorite fishing spot. $5 fee (Limit 16 students)
                                 10:00; 11:00

707ADVANCED FISHING WITH TAXIDERMY (4-8) If you love fishing, lets take it a step further and mount what you
catch. This 2 hour class will include all the other topics of fishing and lure making, but will also show you the techniques of
mounting a fish. Let’s put one on the wall! $15 fee (Limit 20 students) 8:00 - 10:00

708 HOMEMADE SCIENCE (3-8) Have fun doing science experiments that make use of many household items. You will
do experiments you can eat or watch grow and see things change right in front of your eyes. This promises to be a fun class
for students who like to do experiments. You'll need to bring a cover-up shirt. $8 fee (Limit 20 students) 8:00; 9:00;
10:00; 11:00

709 HUNTING SAFELY AND SUCCESSFULLY (Age level 11 and higher) This is much more than a hunter safety course.
Participants will not only meet their WIDNR Hunter’s Education obligation they will be exposed to many different types of
hunting and outdoor activities as well. Learn how to be BOTH SAFE and SUCCESSFUL in the field. Learn how to find
game, set a blind, shoot, hang a treestand, blow a call, train a retriever, set a trap, place decoys, and much, much more by
actually doing it! Open to all children who will be age eleven or older during the class even if you have already taken and
passed Hunter Safety Education. All students wishing to take the WIDNR Hunter Safety test must pay a fee of $10 on the
first day of the course. (Limit 15 students) 8:00 – 10:00
                                                      MISCELLANEOUS

                            801 KITCHEN MAGICIAN (1-3) Prepare simple foods while learning nutrition, measuring, and
                            safety. If you're a latchkey kid, this class is for you! This is one of our most popular classes and
                            it's limited to 16 each hour so sign up quickly! $12 fee (Limit of 16 students) 8:00; 10:00

                            802 KITCHEN MAGICIAN (4-8) Prepare simple foods while learning nutrition, measuring, and
                            safety. If you're a latchkey kid, this class is for you! This is one of our most popular classes and
                            it's limited to 16 each hour so sign up quickly! $12 fee (Limit 20 students) 9:00; 11:00



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803 BUSINESS SENSE (5-8) Have you ever thought of owning your own business some day? In this class, you will design
your own business. You’ll plan what you are going to sell, market the item through posters and commercials, make the
item, and sell the item. You will be actively involved in all aspects of the business in this class. 9:00

804 AROUND THE WORLD (3-8) Students will study different countries from different parts of the world. We will work
on art, cooking, and group projects, and presentations to enhance knowledge on different cultural backgrounds. 8:00

805 MAKING A DIFFERENCE (3-8) We will take a look at the community and the world around us and brainstorm service
learning projects to help our community. We will create a project and integrate our ideas into the community. (examples:
cleaning litter, collecting food for food pantries, writing letters to soldiers serving in Iraq, etc.) 9:00

806 WORKING WITH WOODS (3-8) This is a class designed for students to learn how to make projects using wood.
Students will learn how to use basic tools such as hammers, screwdrivers, sanders, etc. If you would like to build things
using wood, this is the class for you! $5 fee (Limit 20 students) 9:00; 10:00; 11:00

807 ADVANCE WOODWORKING (6-8) Must have already taken Working with Woods. This class will take off where it
left in Working with Woods. $5 fee (Limit 20 students) 8:00

808 Design on a Dime (5-8) This course invites students to make our schools more welcoming and comfortable by making
simple improvements. In this class we will be doing some painting, landscaping, and any other “improvements” that will
make our school better. (Limit 15 students) 8:00 – 10:00

809 Movies and More (1-4) This course will focus on a variety of age appropriate movies including daily discussion
regarding the positive actions and character traits of the central characters. Students will then look at how they have or can
apply these lessons and traits in their own lives. (Limit 20 students) 10:00




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                               Freedom Area School District Freedom, WI 54130-7593
                                              Summer School 2011


                                    Registration Begins Monday, March 7, 2011
                                         For Information on these classes
                      Please call the Summer School Office (920) 788-7950 or (920) 788-7945




Summer School Courses
      Kindergarten Readiness                                       Grades 4-6, 7-9

      First Grade Readiness                                        Girls Basketball Shooting Fundamentals
                                                                   Grades 3-5, 6-9
      Reading for Success Grades 1-2, 3-4, 5-6
                                                                   Football Fundamentals Grades 6–8
      Strengthening Your Math Grades 1-2, 3-4, 5-6
                                                                   Middle School Baseball Skills Grades 7-8
      Getting Ready for 7th, 8th, 9th Grade
                                                                   Soccer Fundamentals Grades 2-5, 6-8
      High School English Grades 10-12
                                                                   Advanced Speed and Agility Grades 10-12
      Auto Skills/Academy Lab Grades 4-8
                                                                   Advanced Weight Training Grades 10-12
      Animal Adventures Grades 1-3, 4-8
                                                                   Advanced Weight Training/Speed/Agility
      Arts and Fun Kindergarten                                    Grades 10-12
      Arts and Fun Grades 1-2, 3-4, 5-8                            Advanced Wrestling Fundamentals Training
      Baseball Skills Grades 1-2, 3-4, 5-6                         Grades 10-12
      Be an Author Grades 1-3, 4-8                                 Adventure/Outdoor Education Grades 6-12
      Beginning Piano Grades 1-2                                   Aerobic Conditioning & Fitness Grades 9-12
      Bird Watching Grades 1-3, 4-8                                Boundary Waters Trip Grades 10–12
      Bookin' & Cookin' Grades 1–2, 3-4, 5-6                       Career Planning Through Guidance Grade 9
      Bookin' & Cookin' Grades 1–6                                 Costa Rica Cultural/Language Immersion
                                                                   Grades 11-12
      Computer Creations Grades 1-2, 3-4, 5-8
                                                                   Freshman Baseball Skills Grades 9
      Early Childhood Class Grade EC
                                                                   Fundamentals of Speed and Agility for Girls
      Flag Football Grades 4-5, 6-7                                Grades 9-12
      Games Galore Grades 1-2, 3-4, 5-8                            Fundamentals of Weight Train. for Girls Gr. 9-12
      Guitar for Beginners Grades 4-8                              High School Baseball Grades 10–12
      Hip To Knit Grades 4-8                                       Instrumental Music Lessons Gr. 6-12
      Kickboxing Grades 3-4, 5-8                                   Introduction to Weight Training/Speed/Agility
      Magnetics & Electronics Grades 4-6                           Middle School Co-ed Grades 6-8
      Mini-Society Makers Grades 4-8                               Introduction to Speed and Agility Grade 9
      Nature Photography Grades 4-8                                Introduction to Weight Training Grade 9
      Reader’s Theater Grades 2-3                                  Running with a Purpose Grades 7-12
      Running for Fun & Fitness Grades 1-3, 4-6                    Summer Ag Grades 9-12
      Scrapbooking Grades 3-5, 6-8                                 Summer Band Grades 9–12
      Summer Spanish Grades 1-2, 3-4, 5-8                          Summer Transitions Grades 6–12
      Woodcrafts Grades 4 – 8                                      Voice Lessons Grades 6–12
      Boys Basketball Fundamentals Grades 4-6, 7-9                 Wrestling Fundamentals Grades 2-6, 7-9
      Girls Basketball Fundamentals Grades 4-6, 7-9                Youth Volleyball Fundamentals
                                                                   Grades 3-4, 5-6, 7-9
      Boys Basketball Shooting Fundamentals
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                                               Freedom Area School District
                                                   Summer School 2011

General Guidelines:
The Freedom Area School District will again offer summer school courses. Some classes may not operate due to small
enrollment numbers. You will be notified if your course is cancelled, if you are not notified please report the first day for
class.

Registration:
Registration begins on Monday, March 7, 2011 and ends on Friday, April 29, 2011. Registration takes place in the office
of Freedom Elementary or Freedom Middle School from 8:00 am - 3:30 pm. Any student whose legal residence is within the
boundaries of the Freedom Area School District may enroll in the Freedom Summer School Program. Enrollment is also
open to any students who legally reside in any of the school districts belonging to the Fox Valley Summer School
Consortium. Students not residing in the Freedom Area School District must obtain the signature of the principal
from your residence school district on the registration form. Out of district registration forms will not be accepted
without the signature of your principal.

Dates of Operation:
Summer school will operate Mondays - Thursdays beginning on June 13 and run for 5 straight weeks through July 14.
The students will not have school on July 4. Some classes have specified dates listed.

Cost:
There is no cost to students unless there is a materials fee or usage fee listed. Consult each course description for specific
fees. Fees are due at the time of registration, and are non-refundable unless the class is cancelled. Payment can be
either cash or check made to the Freedom Area School District (FASD).

Location:
Classes are offered at Freedom Elementary School and Freedom High School.

Transportation:
Transportation to and from summer school is the responsibility of the parent and student.           There will be no district
transportation provided between school buildings for summer school classes.

Attendance:
Daily attendance is encouraged for all classes. Please keep your teacher(s) informed of attendance situations.

No lunch service will be provided during summer school.




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                        Freedom Area School District
                          Freedom, WI 54130-7593


                              Summer School
                                  2011

                             Course Offerings




                   FASD Summer School Office
                           Located at
                      N3569 County Road E
                    Freedom, WI 54913-9253
               School District of Hilbert 788-7956
                                     Fax: (920)
Phone: (920) 788-7950 or (920) 788-7945

 Director: Ken Fisher, Middle School Principal         Secretary: Judy
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SCHOOL DISTRICT OF HILBERT




          2011
  Summer School Offerings




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                               SCHOOL DISTRICT OF HILBERT
                                 SUMMER SCHOOL – 2011

COURSE:         (HI – 101) EXPLORING 4K
DATES:          JUNE 6 – JUNE 23
                MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY
TIME:           8:00 AM – 8:55 AM
PREREQUISITE:   STUDENTS MUST BE ENTERING 4-YEAR-OLD KINDERGARTEN IN THE 2011-2012 SCHOOL YEAR.
LOCATION:       HILBERT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DESCRIPTION:    CHILDREN WILL EXPLORE THE 4K CLASSROOM AND BASIC ROUTINES THAT WILL HELP THEM TO
                TRANSITION TO 4K IN THE FALL. W E WILL HAVE A LOT OF FUN WITH FREE PLAY, ART PROJECTS,
                SONGS, AND PLAYING OUTSIDE.
COST:           $0
INSTRUCTOR:     STEPHANIE OTT


COURSE:         (HI – 102) BOOK BUDDIES
DATES:          JUNE 6 – JUNE 23
                MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY
TIME:           8:00 AM – 8:55 AM
PREREQUISITE:   STUDENTS MUST BE ENTERING KINDERGARTEN OR FIRST GRADE IN THE 2011-2012 SCHOOL YEAR.
LOCATION:       HILBERT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DESCRIPTION:    THIS CLASS WILL FOCUS ON DIFFERENT CHARACTERS IN CHILDREN’S FAVORITE BOOKS INCLUDING
                CLIFFORD THE BIG RED DOG, DORA THE EXPLORER, AND CURIOUS GEORGE. W HILE READING
                ABOUT OUR BOOK BUDDIES CHILDREN WILL DO ARTS AND CRAFTS AND MANY OTHER FUN ACTIVITIES.
COST:           $2
INSTRUCTOR:     JULIE SMUDDE

COURSE:         (HI – 103) COLOR MY WORLD
DATES:          JUNE 6 – JUNE 23
                MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY
TIME:           10:00 AM – 10:55 AM
PREREQUISITE:   STUDENTS MUST BE ENTERING GRADES KINDERGARTEN OR FIRST GRADE DURING THE 2011-2012
                SCHOOL YEAR.
LOCATION:       HILBERT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DESCRIPTION:    STUDENTS WILL LEARN ASPECTS OF OUR PRIMARY COLORS. W E WILL LEARN ABOUT OUR COLORS
                AND ALSO BE WORKING ON OUR READING, MATH, SCIENCE, AND ART SKILLS.
COST:           $0
INSTRUCTOR:     JULIE SMUDDE

COURSE:         (HI – 104) M ATH WIZARDS
DATES:          JUNE 6 – JUNE 23
                MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY
TIME:           8:00 AM – 8:55 AM
PREREQUISITE:   STUDENTS MUST BE ENTERING KINDERGARTEN OR FIRST GRADE IN THE 2011-2012 SCHOOL YEAR.
LOCATION:       HILBERT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DESCRIPTION:    REVIEW ADDING, SUBTRACTING, MONEY, AND MEASUREMENT THROUGH PLAYING FUN SUMMER
                GAMES. MATH HAS NEVER BEEN THIS FUN! W E WILL WORK TOGETHER ON PUZZLES, GAMES,
                PROJECTS, AND COOKING ACTIVITIES.
COST:           $2
INSTRUCTOR:     JEN KONEN

COURSE:         (HI – 105) COOPERATIVE INDOOR/OUTDOOR GAMES
DATES:          JUNE 6 – JUNE 23
                MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY
TIME:           10:00 AM – 10:55 AM
PREREQUISITE:   STUDENTS MUST BE ENTERING KINDERGARTEN OR FIRST GRADE IN THE 2011-2012 SCHOOL YEAR.
LOCATION:       HILBERT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DESCRIPTION:    IF YOU ENJOY PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND A CHALLENGE YOU WILL ENJOY COOPERATIVE
                INDOOR/OUTDOOR GAMES. COOPERATIVE GAMES ARE ACTIVITIES THAT FOCUS ON PROBLEM-


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                SOLVING, COOPERATION, TEAMWORK, AND COMPETITIVE PLAY WITH A FOCUS ON GOOD
                SPORTSMANSHIP.
COST:           $0
INSTRUCTOR:     STEPHANIE OTT


COURSE:         (HI – 106) MUSIC AND MOVEMENT
DATES:          JUNE 6 – JUNE 30
                MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY
TIME:           9:00 AM – 9:55 AM
PREREQUISITE:   STUDENTS MUST BE ENTERING GRADES K-1 DURING THE 2011-2012 SCHOOL YEAR.
LOCATION:       HILBERT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DESCRIPTION:    W E WILL SING, DANCE, MOVE, AND PLAY INSTRUMENTS. WE WILL ALSO BE CREATING INSTRUMENTS
                TO USE DURING SOME OF OUR FAVORITE SONGS.
COST:           $3
INSTRUCTOR:     ASHLEY SABEL

COURSE:         (HI – 107) KRAZY KEYBOARDING
DATES:          JUNE 6 – JUNE 30
                MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY
TIME:           10:00 AM – 10:55 AM
PREREQUISITE:   STUDENTS MUST BE ENTERING FOURTH OR FIFTH GRADE DURING THE 2011-2012 SCHOOL YEAR.
LOCATION:       HILBERT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DESCRIPTION:    IN THIS CLASS, STUDENTS WILL LEARN BEGINNING KEYBOARDING SKILLS THROUGH GAMES AND
                OTHER COMPUTER PROJECTS.
COST:           $0
INSTRUCTOR:     ASHLEY SABEL

COURSE:         (HI – 108) CELEBRATING HOLIDAYS
DATES:          MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY
TIME:           9:00 AM – 9:55 AM
PREREQUISITE:   STUDENTS MUST BE ENTERING FIRST, SECOND OR THIRD GRADE IN THE 2011-2012 SCHOOL YEAR.
LOCATION:       HILBERT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DESCRIPTION:    CHILDREN WILL CELEBRATE A YEARS WORTH OF HOLIDAYS DURING THE THREE WEEKS OF SUMMER
                SCHOOL. HALLOWEEN, VALENTINES, CHRISTMAS, AND ST. PATRICK’S DAY ARE A FEW OF THE
                HOLIDAYS THAT WE WILL CELEBRATE. W E WILL READ, RESEARCH, AND CREATE ART PROJECTS.
COST:           $5
INSTRUCTOR:     JULIE SMUDDE

COURSE:         (HI – 109) BITTY BALL – BASKETBALL FUNDAMENTALS
DATES:          JUNE 6 – JUNE 23
                MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY
TIME:           9:00 – 9:55 AM          SECOND AND THIRD GRADES
                8:00 – 8:55 AM          FOURTH, FIFTH, AND SIXTH GRADES
PREREQUISITE:   THIS CLASS IS FOR STUDENTS ENTERING GRADES 2-6 DURING THE 2011-2012 SCHOOL YEAR
LOCATION:       HILBERT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DESCRIPTION:    THE STUDENTS WILL HAVE SKILL DEVELOPMENT/PRACTICE AND GAME PLAY. THE EMPHASIS OF THIS
                PROGRAM WILL BE ON SKILL DEVELOPMENT. GAME PLAY WILL BE CENTERED ON TEAM PLAY.
COST:           $0
INSTRUCTOR:     MATT KUHN

COURSE:         (H – 110) HANDS FULL ART PROJECTS
DATES:          JUNE 6 – JUNE 23
                MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY
TIME:           10:00 – 10:55 AM
PREREQUISITE:   STUDENTS MUST BE ENTERING GRADES 1, 2 OR 3 DURING THE 2011-2012 SCHOOL YEAR.
LOCATION:       HILBERT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DESCRIPTION:    IF YOU ENJOY GETTING YOUR HANDS DIRTY THEN THIS WOULD BE THE CLASS FOR YOU! IN OUR
                CLASS, WE WILL EXPLORE ALL OF THE DIFFERENT WAYS THAT WE CAN CREATE ART USING ONLY OUR
                HANDS AND FEET. W E WILL EXPLORE PAINT, PLAY DOUGH, CLAY, AND OTHER WONDERFUL ART
                SUPPLIES. NOT ONLY WILL WE USE OUR HANDS TO CREATE ART, BUT ALSO TO CREATE FOOD
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                MASTER PIECES! HANDS AND FEET ARE THE ONLY TOOLS THAT WE WILL NEED THIS SUMMER, SO
                COME AND JOIN US!
COST:           $3
INSTRUCTOR:     CURT MESHAK

COURSE:         (HI – 111) EATING THE ALPHABET
DATES:          JUNE 6 – JUNE 23
                MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY
TIME:           9:00 AM – 9:55 AM
PREREQUISITE:   STUDENTS MUST BE ENTERING KINDERGARTEN OR FIRST GRADE IN THE 2011-2012 SCHOOL YEAR.
LOCATION:       HILBERT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DESCRIPTION:    CHILDREN WILL CREATE AND EAT THEIR WAY THROUGH THE ALPHABET. ALONG WITH EATING
                CHILDREN WILL ALSO READ STORIES AND DO CRAFTY ACTIVITIES.
COST:           $7
INSTRUCTOR:     STEPHANIE OTT

COURSE:         (H – 112) BE A SCIENTIST
DATES:          JUNE 6 – JUNE 23
                MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY
TIME:           10:00 AM – 10:55 AM
PREREQUISITE:   STUDENTS MUST BE ENTERING GRADES 2 AND 3 DURING THE 2011-2012 SCHOOL YEAR.
LOCATION:       HILBERT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DESCRIPTION:    EXPLORE SOLIDS, LIQUIDS, AND GASES! W E WILL SEPARATE COLORS, CREATE CHEMICAL
                REACTIONS, AND BUILD OUR OWN EXPERIMENTS TO CREATE CHANGES! COME BE A REAL
                SCIENTIST!
COST:           $5
INSTRUCTOR:     JEN KONEN

COURSE:         (H – 113) GAMES, GAMES AND MORE GAMES
DATES:          JUNE 6 – JUNE 23
                MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY
TIME:           10:00-10:55 AM
PREREQUISITE:   STUDENTS MUST BE ENTERING GRADES 2 AND 3 DURING THE 2011-2012 SCHOOL YEAR.
LOCATION:       HILBERT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DESCRIPTION:    STUDENTS WILL LEARN SKILLS LIKE FOLLOWING DIRECTIONS, SPORTSMANSHIP, STRATEGY,
                READING, AND MATH SKILLS THROUGH PLAYING BOARD AND CARD GAMES.
COST:           $0
INSTRUCTOR:     MARSI CLARK

COURSE:         (H – 114) SCIENCE ADVENTURES
DATES:          JUNE 6 – JUNE 23
                MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY
TIME:           9:00 - 9:55 AM
PREREQUISITE:   STUDENTS MUST BE ENTERING GRADES 1, 2, OR 3 DURING THE 2011-2012 SCHOOL YEAR.
LOCATION:       HILBERT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DESCRIPTION:    W E’LL READ FUN SCIENCE STORIES AND DO HANDS-ON SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS.
COST:           $10 FOR MATERIALS
INSTRUCTOR:     POLLY PONTO

COURSE:         (H – 115) PAPER PLATE CRAFTS
DATES:          JUNE 6 – JUNE 30
                MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY
TIME:           8:00 AM – 8:55 AM
PREREQUISITE:   STUDENTS MUST BE ENTERING SECOND, THIRD, OR FOURTH GRADE IN THE 2011-2012 SCHOOL
                YEAR.
LOCATION:       HILBERT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DESCRIPTION:    OH THE MANY THINGS YOU CAN MAKE WITH PAPER PLATES! CHILDREN WILL EXPLORE AND CREATE
                MANY THINGS USING PAPER PLATES. W HO KNEW YOU COULD MAKE SO MANY DIFFERENT THINGS
                WITH PAPER PLATES?
COST:           $5
INSTRUCTOR:     ASHLEY SABEL
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COURSE:         (H – 116) SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS THAT YOU CAN EAT…
DATES:          JUNE 6 – JUNE 23
                MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY
TIME:           10:00 - 10:55 AM
PREREQUISITE:   STUDENTS MUST BE ENTERING GRADES 4, 5, AND 6 DURING THE 2011-2012 SCHOOL YEAR.
LOCATION:       HILBERT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DESCRIPTION:    W E WILL BE DOING FUN SCIENCE EXPERIMENTS WITH FOOD, WATER, AND OTHER THINGS THAT YOU
                CAN FIND IN THE KITCHEN.
COST:           $10 FOR MATERIALS
INSTRUCTOR:     POLLY PONTO

COURSE:         (H – 117) GAMES, GAMES AND MORE GAMES
DATES:          JUNE 6 – JUNE 23
                MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY
TIME:           9:00 - 9:55 AM
PREREQUISITE:   STUDENTS MUST BE ENTERING GRADES 4, 5, OR 6 DURING THE 2011-2012 SCHOOL YEAR.
LOCATION:       HILBERT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DESCRIPTION:    STUDENTS WILL LEARN SKILLS LIKE FOLLOWING DIRECTIONS, SPORTSMANSHIP, STRATEGY,
                READING, AND MATH SKILLS THROUGH PLAYING BOARD AND CARD GAMES.
COST:           $0
INSTRUCTOR:     MARSI CLARK

COURSE:         (H – 118) FUN WITH NATURE
DATES:          JUNE 6 – JUNE 23
                MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY
TIME:           9:00 AM – 9:55 AM
PREREQUISITE:   STUDENTS MUST BE ENTERING GRADES 4 OR 5 DURING THE 2011-2012 SCHOOL YEAR.
LOCATION:       HILBERT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DESCRIPTION:    W E WILL INVESTIGATE ALL KINDS OF CREATURES…FROGS, TOADS, DRAGONFLIES, BUTTERFLIES,
                SALAMANDERS, TURTLES, BEAVERS, AND MORE! GET UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL WITH DIFFERENT
                ANIMALS. W E WILL WALK TO THE HILBERT HIGH SCHOOL W OODS AND EXPLORE! W E WILL CREATE
                ART PROJECTS, READ BOOKS, AND HAVE NATURE SNACKS. JOIN US FOR FUN WITH NATURE!
COST:           $5
INSTRUCTOR:     JEN KONEN

COURSE:         (H – 119) PETER PAN PLAY
DATES:          JUNE 6 – JUNE 23
                MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY
TIME:           11:00 – 12:30 PM
PREREQUISITE:   STUDENTS MUST BE ENTERING GRADES 3 OR 4 DURING THE 2011-2012 SCHOOL YEAR.
LOCATION:       HILBERT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DESCRIPTION:    W OULD YOU LIKE TO BE PETER PAN, W ENDY, TINKERBELL, CAPTAIN HOOK, TIGER LILLY, NANA (THE
                DOG), A CROCODILE, A PIRATE, OR A MERMAID? W E’LL PERFORM THE PLAY ON STAGE THURSDAY,
                        RD
                JUNE 23 FOR YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS.
COST:           $10 FOR MATERIALS
INSTRUCTOR:     MARSI CLARK

COURSE:         (H – 120) PETER PAN PLAY
DATES:          JUNE 6 – JUNE 23
                MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY
TIME:           11:00 – 12:30 PM
PREREQUISITE:   STUDENTS MUST BE ENTERING GRADES 5 OR 6 DURING THE 2011-2012 SCHOOL YEAR.
LOCATION:       HILBERT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DESCRIPTION:    W OULD YOU LIKE TO BE PETER PAN, W ENDY, TINKERBELL, CAPTAIN HOOK, TIGER LILLY, NANA (THE
                DOG), A CROCODILE, A PIRATE, OR A MERMAID? W E’LL PERFORM THE PLAY ON STAGE THURSDAY,
                        RD
                JUNE 23 FOR YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS.
COST:           $10 FOR MATERIALS
INSTRUCTOR:     POLLY PONTO

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COURSE:         (HI – 121) STRENGTHENING BASIC SKILLS FOR THE ELEMENTARY STUDENT
DATES:          JUNE 6 – JUNE 30
                MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY
TIME:           8:00 – 8:55 AM          GRADES 2-4
                9:00 – 9:55 AM          GRADES 5-7
PREREQUISITE:   THERE MUST BE A TEACHER RECOMMENDATION FROM THE CLASSROOM TEACHER FOR STUDENTS
                ENROLLED IN GRADES 2-7 FOR THE 2011-2012 SCHOOL YEAR.
LOCATION:       HILBERT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DESCRIPTION:    THIS COURSE IS FOR THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENT WHO NEEDS TO STRENGTHEN HIS/HER
                BASIC READING AND/OR MATH SKILLS DEVELOPMENT AND PRACTICE.
COST:           $0
INSTRUCTOR:     DONNA HANSON

COURSE:          (HI - 122) OUTDOOR LIFE 101
DATES:          JUNE 6 – JUNE 24
                MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY
TIME:           8:00-9:50
PREREQUISITE:   STUDENT MUST BE ENROLLED IN GRADES 6-9 DURING THE 2011-2012 SCHOOL YEAR.
LOCATION:       HILBERT HIGH SCHOOL GYM AND ATHLETIC FIELDS
DESCRIPTION:    IF YOU LOVE THE OUTDOORS, YOU WILL LOVE OUTDOOR LIFE 101. W E WILL BE EXPLORING THREE
                DIFFERENT AREAS OF THE OUTDOORS: HUNTING, FISHING AND WILDERNESS SURVIVAL. THE FIRST
                PART OF THE COURSE WILL HAVE STUDENTS LEARN TIPS AND TECHNIQUES TO HELP CATCH MANY
                DIFFERENT SPECIES OF FRESH WATER FISH. THIS WILL INCLUDE MAKING THEIR OWN LURES,
                LEARNING HOW TO TIE FISHING KNOTS, TESTING DIFFERENT TYPES OF FISHING EQUIPMENT, AND
                LEARNING HOW TO FILLET FISH. THE SECOND PART OF THE COURSE WILL INCLUDE THE
                EXPLORATION OF MANY PIECES OF HUNTING EQUIPMENT AND DIFFERENT STRATEGIES TO HUNT
                NORTH AMERICAN GAME. FINALLY, THE STUDENTS WILL LEARN DIFFERENT TECHNIQUES TO
                SURVIVE IN THE WILDERNESS, INCLUDING SHELTER BUILDING, HOW TO READ A COMPASS, AND
                WILDERNESS FIRST AID. IF YOU WANT AN OUTDOOR ADVENTURE THIS SUMMER PLEASE JOIN US!
COST:           $15
INSTRUCTOR:     CURT MESHAK

COURSE:         (HI - 123) ADVENTURE EDUCATION
DATES:          JUNE 6 – JUNE 24
                MONDAYS AND WEDNESDAYS
TIME:           10:00-11:50
PREREQUISITE:    STUDENT MUST BE ENROLLED IN GRADES 6-8 DURING THE 2011-2012 SCHOOL YEAR.
LOCATION:        HILBERT HIGH SCHOOL GYM AND ATHLETIC FIELDS
DESCRIPTION:     STUDENTS WILL PARTICIPATE IN ACTIVITIES WITH PERCIEVED CHALLENGES.
                 THERE WILL BE AN EMPHASIS ON COMMUNICATION AND TEAMWORK AS THE
                 STUDENTS PARTICIPATE IN TRUST FALLS, TEAM CHALLENGES, AS WELL AS THE
                 HIGH SCHOOL ROPES COURSE.
COST:           $0
INSTRUCTOR:     MIKE BRECKHEIMER, SHANNON ZWEIFEL AND MATT KUHN

COURSE:         (HI-201) DRIVER EDUCATION
DATES:           JUNE 8 – JUNE 29
                 MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY
TIME:             7:30 AM – 9:30 AM SESSION ONLY
PREREQUISITE:   STUDENTS MUST BE AT LEAST 15 YEARS & 6 MONTHS OLD DURING THE FOLLOWING SCHOOL YEAR.
LOCATION:        AUDITORIUM – HILBERT HIGH SCHOOL
DESCRIPTION:    THE STATE REQUIREMENT FOR DRIVER EDUCATION IS 30 HOURS OF CLASSROOM TRAINING. THE
                PURPOSE OF THIS CLASS IS TO HELP DEVELOP GOOD ATTITUDES, IDEAS, AND GOALS WITH THE
                STUDENT, IN THE APPLICATION TO DRIVING IN OUR SOCIETY NOW AND FOR THE FUTURE.
COST:           CLASSROOM AND BEHIND-THE-W HEEL TRAINING - $225. NO STUDENT MAY ENROLL IN THE
                BEHIND-THE-W HEEL DRIVING UNLESS HE/SHE AS SUCCESSFULLY PASSED THE CLASSROOM PHASE.
                PAYMENT OF $225 IS DUE BETWEEN MAY 23 – JUNE 3 .
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INSTRUCTOR:      ERIK STUMO & DALE ALBERS



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COURSE:         (HI-202) STRENGTH & SPEED TRAINING
DATES:          JUNE 6 – JULY 29
                MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY
TIME:           TBD (3 CLASSES BETWEEN 6:00 AM AND 11:00 AM)
PREREQUISITE:   STUDENT MUST BE ENROLLED IN GRADES 9-12 DURING THE 2011-2012 SCHOOL YEAR.
LOCATION:       HILBERT HIGH SCHOOL WEIGHT ROOM & ATHLETIC FIELDS
DESCRIPTION:    STUDENTS WILL LEARN WEIGHT TRAINING TECHNIQUES AND METHODS TO INCREASE SPEED.
COST:           $0
INSTRUCTOR:     MIKE BRECKHEIMER, SHANNON ZWEIFEL & MATT KUHN

COURSE:           (HI-203) M ARCHING BAND
DATES:            JUNE 29 – JULY 1, JULY 4
TIME:             7:30 AM – 9:00 AM (W EDNESDAY – FRIDAY)
PREREQUISITE:     HIGH SCHOOL (STUDENTS ENTERING GRADES 9-12 IN 2011-2012)
LOCATION:         BAND ROOM - HILBERT HIGH SCHOOL
DESCRIPTION:      MARCH IN THE ANNUAL FOURTH OF JULY PARADE. THE PARADE FOR THE HIGH SCHOOL
                                              TH                                  ST
                  MARCHING BAND WILL BE JULY 4 (MONDAY). STUDENTS ARE TO MEET ON 1 ST. AT 10:30 AM.
COST:             $0
INSTRUCTOR:       SHAWN POSTELL

COURSE:           (HI-204) BAND LESSONS
DATES:            JUNE 14 – JUNE 23       SESSION 1
                  JULY 5 – JULY 14        SESSION 2
                  JULY 26 – AUGUST 4      SESSION 3
TIME:             7:00 AM – 1:00 PM ON TUESDAY, W EDNESDAY, THURSDAY FOR SESSION 1
                  7:00 AM – 1:00 PM ON TUESDAY, W EDNESDAY, THURSDAY FOR SESSION 2
                  7:00 AM – 11:00 AM ON TUESDAY, W EDNESDAY, THURSDAY FOR SESSION 3
PREREQUISITE:     NONE
LOCATION:         BAND ROOM - HILBERT HIGH SCHOOL
DESCRIPTION:      STUDENTS MAY SIGN UP FOR INDIVIDUAL OR SMALL GROUP (2-3 PEOPLE) LESSONS. EACH LESSON
                  WILL BE 20 MINUTES IN LENGTH. THERE WILL BE ONE LESSON PER WEEK DURING EACH SESSION.
                  STUDENTS MAY SIGN UP FOR ONE, TWO OR THREE SESSIONS.
COST:             $0
INSTRUCTOR:       SHAWN POSTELL

COURSE:           (HI-205) EXPLORATORY IN OIL PAINTING
DATES:            JUNE 6 – JULY 6
                  MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY
TIME:             3:00 PM – 5:30 PM
PREREQUISITE:     STUDENTS MUST BE ENROLLED IN GRADES 6-12 DURING THE FOLLOWING SCHOOL YEAR.
LOCATION:         ART ROOM – HILBERT HIGH SCHOOL
DESCRIPTION:      BEGINNING STUDENTS WILL LEARN THE FOLLOWING:
                  1. THE RULES OF THE COLOR WHEEL AND COLOR MIXING;
                  2. THE USES AND CONTROL OF MATERIAL USED FOR OIL PAINTING – LINSEED OIL, TURPENTINE, OIL
                      PIGMENT, BRUSHES, RAGS, CANVAS, AND PALETTE;
                  3. THE VARIOUS OIL PAINTING TECHNIQUES – BLENDING, PAINTING EVEN TONES, PAINTING
                      GRADATION, AND DRY BRUSH;
                  4. COLOR ANALYSIS, COLOR MIXING, AND THE LEARNED TECHNIQUES WILL THEN BE UTILIZED TO
                      CREATE A SMALL LANDSCAPE PAINTING ON CANVAS.

                  ADVANCED STUDENTS WHO HAVE TAKEN THE CLASS ONE OR MORE YEARS WILL IMMEDIATELY BEGIN
                  PAINTING A SUBJECT OF THEIR CHOICE.
COST:             $15 – FOR THE COST OF MATERIALS
INSTRUCTOR:       JANE GEHL




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                                     Hortonville Area School District
                                          Hortonville, WI 54944
                                          Summer School 2011
                                              High School Courses
                    Math Lab - Applied Algebra A, B, C & D, English, Science - Integrated
                           Social Studies - Geography, Government, U.S. History

                         More classes may be offered depending on student need.
                                Check for updates on the hasd.org website.

     Courses offered at Hortonville High School are based on student need and the number of
                 students interested in credit recovery through summer school.

            Students must attend ALL days within session signed up for to receive credit.
                                         No Exceptions.

Session I       June 13 through July 1                  Session II      July 11 – July 29
                Time: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM                Time:           8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Location:       Hortonville High School                 Location:       Hortonville High School
                No Cost                                                 No Cost


                                High School Sign Up/Registration
     High school students’ sign up/register with their guidance counselor for credit recovery.


                           January 25th – June 8th         8:00 AM – 3:30 PM       HHS School Counselors

                     All Classes are scheduled for Monday – Friday 8 a.m. – 12 p.m.
                                    There are NO absences allowed.
                         Students will be enrolled on a first-come, first-served basis.

               If you have any questions, please contact your high school guidance counselor or
                                 the Summer School Coordinator, David Harris,
                                      920-757-7160, davidharris@hasd.org


Course: Introduction to Musical Theater
Date:          June 13 through June 17
Time:          8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Location:      Hortonville High School – Music Department
Cost:          No fee
Prerequisite:  Open to students entering grades 6 -9
Description:   Have you always wanted to be on the stage? Here is your chance to learn some of the basics of acting and
               singing for musical theater. Classes will include theater games and vocal work outs. Students will read,
               sing, and act out scenes from various shows such as The Sound of Music, Beauty and the Beast and others.
               Opportunities for individual and small group performances will be available to all students. Students should
               dress in comfortable clothes and wear tennis shoes or shoes that cover the toes.



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         ALL Elementary Classes are held at Greenville Elementary School




                                 Elementary Registration

 NOTE: Registration times and locations for elementary summer school classes are:

      Greenville Elementary Location:

      February 22 4:00 PM - 6:30 PM in the Media Pit
      February 24    3:45 PM - 6:30 PM in the Media Pit
      February 25 8:00 AM – 11:30 AM in the Media Pit

      Hortonville Elementary Location:

      February 22 4:00 PM - 6:30 PM in the Computer Lab 2
      February 24    3:45 PM - 6:30 PM in the Computer Lab 2
      February 25 8:00 AM – 11:30 AM in the Computer Lab 2


      You may register at any school location regardless of where your child attends
      during the school year. Class size is limited and many classes fill quickly.

      Students will be registered on a first-come, first-serve basis and
      registration closes April 15, 2011.

   Parents having received a teacher recommendation for their child’s attendance at
   summer school should bring it along at the time of registration or send recommendation
   into GES.

   Paperwork needed for registration: names and phone numbers, and two emergency
   contacts (friends or relatives).

   If you have any questions prior to registration, please contact David S. Harris at 757-7160
   or Dana Newhouse at 757-7160 or email: davidharris@hasd.org or
   dananewhouse@hasd.org.


        Classes are held: June 13 – July 1st, OFF July 4th – July 8th, and then
                       finish the week of July 11th – July 15th.

**Registration for summer school will be the same as last year. You will sign your student
up by using your student’s Skyward login and password. Open classes available for your
child’s grade level will show on the Skyward screen. In Skyward, you will then select your
child’s classes. Please be sure all referrals/recommendation papers from classroom
teacher go to Summer School Advisor in the registration room. Thank you! ** If you have
any questions you can call GES or HES office.

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                     Classes held at Greenville Elementary School
         Classes are held: June 13 – July 1st, OFF July 4th – July 8th, and then
                        finish the week of July 11th – July 15th.
                    Class offerings for students going into Grades 1- 3

     8:00 – 10:00 classes                                            Grade
Pre-First (teacher referral only)      8:00 – 10:00                 Pre-First
     Reading For Success               8:00 – 10:00                Grades 2 - 6
  Take a Roller Coaster Ride           8:00 – 10:00                Grades 3 - 5
      8:00 – 9:00 classes
     Bookin’ and Cookin’                8:00 – 9:00                Grades 1 – 3
    Fun Around the World                8:00 – 9:00                Grades 1 – 3
        Fun with Music                  8:00 – 9:00                Grades 1 – 2
  Number Fun For Everyone               8:00 – 9:00                Grades 1 – 3
         Sports Camp                    8:00 – 9:00                Grades 1 – 2
           Tech Tools                   8:00 – 9:00                Grades 2 – 3
     9:00 – 10:00 classes
     Bookin’ and Cookin’               9:00 – 10:00                Grades 1 – 3
  Educational Games Online             9:00 – 10:00                Grades 1 – 3
        Fun with Music                 9:00 – 10:00                Grades 1 – 2
             German                    9:00 – 10:00                Grades 2 – 4
  Number Fun For Everyone              9:00 – 10:00                Grades 1 – 3
         Sports Camp                   9:00 – 10:00                Grades 3 – 4
      What a Great Story!              9:00 – 10:00                Grades 1 – 3
     10:00 – 12:00 classes
      On With the Show!                10:00 – 12:00               Grades 3 -5
Pre-First (teacher referral only)      10:00 – 12:00                Pre-First
     Reading For Success               10:00 – 12:00               Grades 2 - 6
  Take a Roller Coaster Ride           10:00 – 12:00               Grades 3 - 5
     10:00 – 11:00 classes
            Art Works                  10:00 – 11:00               Grades 1 – 3
     Bookin’ and Cookin’               10:00 – 11:00               Grades 1 - 3
  Educational Games Online             10:00 – 11:00               Grades 2 – 3
             German                    10:00 – 11:00               Grades 2 – 4
  Number Fun For Everyone              10:00 – 11:00               Grades 1 – 3
  Spanish: A Summer Fiesta             10:00 – 11:00               Grades 1 – 3
         Sports Camp                   10:00 – 11:00               Grades 3 – 4
        STOMP! Dance                   10:00 – 11:00               Grades 1 – 3
      What A Great Story!              10:00 – 11:00               Grades 1 – 3
              ZAP!                     10:00 – 11:00               Grades 1 – 3
     11:00 – 12:00 classes
            Art Works                  11:00 – 12:00               Grades 1 – 3
     Bookin’ and Cookin’               11:00 – 12:00               Grades 1 – 3
    Fun Around the World               11:00 – 12:00               Grades 1 – 3
  Number Fun For Everyone              11:00 – 12:00               Grades 1 – 3
  Spanish: A Summer Fiesta             11:00 – 12:00               Grades 1 – 3
         Sports Camp                   11:00 – 12:00               Grades 1 – 2
        STOMP! Dance                   11:00 – 12:00               Grades 1 – 3
           Tech Tools                  11:00 – 12:00               Grades 2 – 3
               ZAP                     11:00 – 12:00               Grades 1 – 3




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                  Classes held at Greenville Elementary School
        Classes are held: June 13 – July 1st, OFF July 4th – July 8th, and then
                       finish the week of July 11th – July 15th.

                  Class offerings for students going into Grades 4- 6
     8:00 – 10:00 classes                                                   Grade
    Reading For Success                  8:00 – 10:00                     Grades 2 - 6
          ZAP n’ Art                     8:00 – 10:00                     Grades 4 - 6
      8:00 – 9:00 classes
Digital Cinema: Movie Making              8:00 – 9:00                    Grades 4 – 6
         & Multimedia
         Future Stars                     8:00 – 9:00                    Grades 4 – 6
       LEGO Discovery                     8:00 – 9:00                    Grades 4 – 6
         MAD Scientist                    8:00 – 9:00                    Grades 4 – 6
        Number Mania                      8:00 – 9:00                    Grades 4 – 6
 Take a Roller Coaster Ride               8:00 – 9:00                    Grades 3 - 5
     9:00 – 10:00 classes
    Fun Around the World                 9:00 – 10:00                    Grades 4 – 6
       LEGO Discovery                    9:00 – 10:00                    Grades 4 – 6
         MAD Scientist                   9:00 – 10:00                    Grades 4 – 6
        Number Mania                     9:00 – 10:00                    Grades 4 – 6
         Sports Camp                     9:00 – 10:00                    Grades 4 – 6
 Take a Roller Coaster Ride              9:00 – 10:00                    Grades 3 - 5
          Tech Tools                     9:00 – 10:00                    Grades 4 – 6
    10:00 – 12:00 classes
      On With the Show!                  8:00 – 10:00                     Grades 3 -5
    Reading For Success                  8:00 – 10:00                     Grades 2 - 6
    10:00 – 11:00 classes
           Art Works                     10:00 – 11:00                   Grades 4 – 6
    Fun Around the World                 10:00 – 11:00                   Grades 4 – 6
       LEGO Discovery                    10:00 – 11:00                   Grades 4 – 6
         MAD Scientist                   10:00 – 11:00                   Grades 4 – 6
        Number Mania                     10:00 – 11:00                   Grades 4 – 6
         Sports Camp                     10:00 – 11:00                   Grades 4 – 6
        STOMP! Dance                     10:00 – 11:00                   Grades 4 – 6
 Take a Roller Coaster Ride              10:00 – 11:00                   Grades 3 - 5
          Tech Tools                     10:00 – 11:00                   Grades 4 – 6
    11:00 – 12:00 classes
           Art Works                     11:00 – 12:00                   Grades 4 – 6
Digital Cinema: Movie Making             11:00 – 12:00                   Grades 4 – 6
         & Multimedia
       LEGO Discovery                    11:00 – 12:00                   Grades 4 – 6
         MAD Scientist                   11:00 – 12:00                   Grades 4 – 6
        Number Mania                     11:00 – 12:00                   Grades 4 – 6
        STOMP! Dance                     11:00 – 12:00                   Grades 4 – 6
 Take a Roller Coaster Ride              11:00 – 12:00                   Grades 3 - 5


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Offered to GES students going to Greenville Middle School – Class is offered August 15 – 19 and
                                       the cost is $10.
 Transition to Middle School              8:30 – 10:00                        Grade 5
 Transition to Middle School             10:30 – 12:00                        Grade 5



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                        Classes held at Greenville Elementary School
Classes are held: June 13 – July 1st, OFF July 4th – July 8th, and then finish the week of July 11th
                                           – July 15th.

                          Class offerings for students ages 4 & 5 years old

           8:00 – 10:00 classes                                          Grade/Age
        Pre-Kindergarten (teacher           8:00 – 10:00                 Pre-Kinder
               referral only)
           8:00 – 9:00 classes
          Super Summer Safety                8:00 – 9:00                4 – 5 year olds
           9:00 – 10:00 classes
                Beary Fun                   9:00 – 10:00                4 – 5 year olds
          10:00 – 12:00 classes
        Pre-Kindergarten (teacher           8:00 – 10:00                 Pre-Kinder
               referral only)
          10:00 – 11:00 classes
           Beary Fun Summer                 10:00 – 11:00               4 – 5 year olds
          11:00 – 12:00 classes
          Super Summer Safety               11:00 – 12:00               4 – 5 year olds




                              Classes held at Greenville Middle School
Classes are held: June 13 – July 1st, OFF July 4th – July 8th, and then finish the week of July 11th
                                           – July 15th.

                         Class offerings for students going into grades 6-8

       9:00 – 10:00 Classes                                                       Grade
         Seeking Success                     9:00 – 10:00                       Grades 6 - 8
      10:00 – 11:00 Classes
         Seeking Success                     10:00 – 11:00                      Grades 6 – 8




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                                                     Class Descriptions


Art Works: Cost: $5
Description: Students will create a variety of art projects with a focus on kiln fired clay.

Beary Fun Summer: Cost $5
Description: Students will explore Kindergarten readiness skills through bear books and a ―hands-on‖ approach. Each
             class will include story-time, an activity related to the books read, as well as building skills necessary for
             kindergarten.

Bookin’ and Cookin’: Cost: $5
Description:  Students are given a ―recipe‖ book on the first day of class. After reading a children’s book each day
              students will make a snack that coincides with the book. They will then enter into their recipe book their
              favorite part of the book and watch a video that coincides with the book.

Digital Cinema: Movie Making & Multimedia: Cost: $5
Description:   Learn to make short films (including Claymation) using digital cameras and Windows Movie Maker.
               Creativity is encouraged as students make digital posters using music, video and images. Manipulate
               photographs and change their properties to add drama. Students will make digital avatars come to life, and
               will try out a variety of different internet based multimedia programs.

Educational Games Online: Cost: No Fee
Description:  Students will be shown how to engage in online academic games to enhance their math, science, reading
              and social studies skills. They will learn how to navigate through the internet safely and for educational
              purposes.

Fun Around the World: Cost: $5
Description:  Join us as we ―travel‖ around the world through excellent books, video clips, music, food, games and art
              projects. Students will develop a greater global awareness as they learn about cultures from around the
              world in a very fun way!

Fun with Music: Cost: $5
Description:  Students will sing, dance, listen to various genres of music, and play musical games.

Future Stars: Cost: $5
Description:   Do you like to be the center of attention? Do you like to work with a group? Do you like to
               have fun? If so, then this class is for you. There is something for everyone! In this class our focus will be on
               the many ways we communicate with others using our voice and body language. We will interact with
               individual and group activities which include readers, theater, play/skit production, pantomime, storytelling,
               poetry/prose reading, and much more.

German: Cost: $5
Description: A trip to Berlin: We will travel through the city of Berlin looking at the language and culture through various
             themes, such as sport, art, music, history, food, and literature. Students will learn important German words
             that correspond to these themes. They will participate in German sports, learn about some German artists
             and styles, listen to German music, learn about the history of Berlin, taste some popular foods from this city,
             and read some short stories and poems.

LEGO Discovery: Cost: $5
Description: Students will use legos to build models/structures to solve real world problems.

MAD Scientist: Cost: $5
Description:  Students will perform experiments, both physical science and chemistry on a daily basis.

Number Fun For Everyone: Cost: No Fee
Description: This ―up out of your seat and get active‖ class is designed to help students become more confident in their
             ability to master basic math skills. Activities will include using math concepts creatively and artistically.
             **First priority will be given to students having a teacher recommendation. Remaining openings will be filled
             on a first-come, first-served basis.

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Number Mania: Cost: No Fee
Description: This ―up out of your seat and get active‖ class is designed to help students become more confident in their
             ability to master basic math skills. Activities will include using math concepts creatively and artistically.
             **First priority will be given to students having a teacher recommendation. Remaining openings will be filled
             on a first-come, first-served basis.

On With The Show: Cost: $5
Description:  Students will sing, dance, and play musical games. They will work together to create sets & perform a small
              musical at the end of the session. Opportunity will be provided to grow in musical talent.

Pre-Kindergarten: Cost: No Fee
Description:  Class offered through teacher referral only. Contact your pre-first teacher for more information.

Pre-First: Cost: No Fee
Description:   Class offered through teacher referral only. Contact your pre-first teacher for more information.

Reading for Success: Cost: No Fee
Description:  Emphasis will be placed upon individual student’s reading skills and needs focusing on the goal of improving
              reading ability and self-confidence. A variety of activities such as Reader’s Theater, Literature Circles and
              writing will be used to help students enjoy the literature they will be sharing.
                       ** First priority will be given to students having a teacher recommendation. Remaining openings will
                       be filled on a first-come, first-served basis

Seeking Success: Cost: No Fee
Description:  Students going into 6-8 grade will prepare for the academic, emotional and social demands of middle
             school. Topics and activities will include: learning styles, self-assessments, goal-setting, organization skills,
             self-motivation, time management, prioritization, decision-making, problem-solving, stress management, test-
             taking and study skills.

Spanish: A Summer Fiesta: Cost: $5
Description: Palm trees, pyramids and piñatas…what do all these words have in common? SPANISH language and
             culture! Students will experience new content and cultural material not already found in the curriculum.
             Each level will focus on different themes, including basic conversational skills and fun, new vocabulary.
             Cultural awareness, arts and crafts, and a bit of dancing (if you’d like) will be additional points of exploration.
             Come join our summer fiesta!

Sports Camp: Cost: No Fee
Description: Students are taught physical, nutritional and safety components of organized and recreational sports.

STOMP! Dance: Cost: $5
Description: Students use unconventional objects to make a percussion concert. They will also use their homemade
             instruments to make songs for dancing a routine that they have choreographed.

Super Summer Safety: Cost: $5
Description: Students will be learning about good health and safety for themselves. Some of the topics covered will be:
             Fire Safety, CPR for Kids, Bike Safety, and Being Safe in the Sun, Germs, Good Personal Hygiene and
             Nutrition and Fitness.

Take a Roller Coaster Ride: Cost: $5
Description:   Students will learn about different types of roller coasters and materials used to build them. They will learn
               basic physics that affect roller coaster success and the history of roller coasters, as well as conduct
               experiments to help in designing an exciting but safe roller coaster. After learning about roller coasters,
               students will design their own and test for safety.

Tech Tools: Cost: No Fee
Description:  Students will do fun activities to learn about internet safety and etiquette. Students will also build their own
              websites amongst many other fun computer activities while learning computer skills.

Transition to Middle School: Cost: $10
Description:   Students going into fifth grade will get more acquainted with Greenville Middle School by preparing lockers.
               This is offered for Greenville Elementary School students going into Greenville Middle School.
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What A Great Story: Cost: $5
Description:  Students will share various forms of literature. They will create, write, and illustrate their own stories and
              present them to one another in various ways -- puppet shows, dramatizations, etc. The emphasis of the
              class will be on creative writing.

ZAP!: Cost: No Fee
Description:  Students will do many different types of exercises in this class including (but not limited to) Zumba, Yoga,
              Pilates, Hula-Hoop and Salsa dancing.

ZAP! N’ Art: Cost: $5
Description:  Among the above description, students will have an integration of art skills to incorporate many different
              cultures. Students will also work with pottery in this class.




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COURSE: (KA-102) Kindergarten Readiness Skills               PREREQUISITES: Recommendation from the classroom
June 13-30 (M-Thur)                                             teacher for students entering grades 5-6 for the 2011-
Section I: 8:00-9:50                                            12 school year.
Section II: 10:05-12:00
July 11-28 (M-Thur)                                          CONTENT: This class will focus on the math needs of
Section III: 8:00-9:50                                          those students who have been referred by their math
Section IV: 10:05-12:00                                         teacher or by parents for additional help with math.
LOCATION: Tanner School                                      INSTRUCTORS: Tina Wallace
PREREQUISITES: Open to all children enrolled in              COST: $4.00 materials fee
    kindergarten for the 2011-12 school year.
CONTENT: This class will introduce or reinforce basic        COURSE: (KA-132) Corrective Math Skills for the
    readiness skills for kindergarten; i.e., following          Middle Level Student (Entering Gr. 7-8)
    directions, counting, learning colors, shapes, and          June 13-30, July 11-July 28 (M-Thur)
    introducing the alphabet. Vocabulary and language           Section I: 8:00-9:50
    activities will be introduced to help make a smooth         Section II: 10:05-12:00
    transition into kindergarten.                               LOCATION: River View Intermediate School
INSTRUCTORS: Jessica Ullmer/Sue Hasz                         PREREQUISITES: Recommendation from a classroom
COST: $5.00 materials fee                                       teacher for students enrolled in grades 7-8.
                                                             CONTENT: This class will focus on the math needs of
COURSE: (KA-103) First Grade Readiness Skills                   those students who have been referred by their math
June 13-30, July 11-July 28 (M-Thur)                            teacher or by parents for additional help with math.
Section I: 8:00-9:50                                         INSTRUCTOR:
Section II: 10:05-12:00                                      COST: $4.00 materials fee
LOCATION: River View Intermediate School
PREREQUISITES: Open to all children who have                 COURSE: (KA-140) Primary Reading/Writing
completed kindergarten and are entering first grade.             Refresher (Gr. 2-4)
CONTENT: Review and practice of kindergarten skills          June 13-30, July 11-July 28 (M-Thur)
   such as alphabet and sound letter recognition; color,     Section I: 8:00-9:50
   number, and shape recognition; and basic prereading       Section II: 10:05-12:00
   skills practice designed to better prepare students for   LOCATION: River View Intermediate School
   first grade. Activities will include journal writing.        PREREQUISITES: Recommendation from a
INSTRUCTORS:                                                    classroom teacher for students enrolled in grades 2-4.
COST: $5.00 materials fee                                    CONTENT: This course is for the elementary student who
                                                                 needs to strengthen his or her reading. The course
COURSE: (KA-130) Maintaining Math Skills for the                 will include reading skill development and reading
   Primary Student (Gr. 2-4)                                     practice. Parents will receive a progress report.
June 13-30, July 11-July 28 (M-Thur)                         INSTRUCTORS:
   Section I: 8:00-9:50                                      COST: $5.00 materials fee
   Section II: 10:05-12:00
LOCATION: River View Intermediate School                     COURSE: (KA-141) Corrective Reading for the
PREREQUISITES: Recommendation from the classroom                Intermediate Student (Gr. 5-6)
   teacher for students entering grades 2-4.                 June 13-30, July 11-July 28 (M-Thur)
   CONTENT: This course is for the primary student           Section I: 8:00-9:50
   who needs to practice and review basic math               Section II: 10:05-12:00
   operations, concepts and facts. The goal of this          LOCATION: River View Intermediate School
   course is to strengthen present skills before moving      PREREQUISITES: Recommendation from the classroom
   on to the next grade. Parents will receive a progress        teacher. Open to students entering grades 5-6.
   report. Walking field trips may be planned to             CONTENT: This class will focus on the reading needs of
   supplement the program.                                      students who want additional help with reading and
INSTRUCTORS:                                                    reading related activities. Parents will receive a
COST: $3.00 materials fee                                       progress report.
                                                             INSTRUCTOR: Erin Faust
COURSE: (KA-131) Developing Math Skills for the              COST: $4.00 materials fee
   Intermediate Student (Entering Gr. 5-6)
   June 13-30, July 11-July 28 (M-Thur)                      COURSE: (KA-1130-1140) English - Grade 9
   Section I: 8:00-9:50                                      Section I: June 13-July 1 (M-F)
   Section II: 10:05-12:00                                   8:00-12:00
LOCATION: River View Intermediate School                     (Section I is for students who failed the first semester of
                                                             Lang. Arts 9 during the school year.)
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                                                               CONTENT: Each course includes reading, writing, and
Section II: July 11-July 29 (M-F)                                 communication activities that are based on the
8:00-12:00                                                        thematic courses taught during the regular school
(Section II is for students who failed the second semester        year. Students will be reading fiction and non-fiction,
    of Lang. Arts 9 during the school year.)                      participating in discussions and classroom activities,
LOCATION: River View Middle School                                and developing their writing skills.
                                                               INSTRUCTOR:
PREREQUISITES: Open to high school students who                COST: $5.00 materials fee
   have failed Language Arts 9 and are credit deficient.
CONTENT: Class will focus on English 9 curriculum.             CREDIT COURSE: KHS students who successfully
INSTRUCTORS: Betsy Brooks                                         complete this class will receive .5 English Credit.
COST: $5.00 materials fee per section
CREDIT COURSE: KHS students who successfully                   COURSE: (KA-3560) Health- Grades 10-12
 complete this class will receive .5 English Credit for each   June 13-July 1 (M-F)
   semester.                                                   8:00-12:00
                                                               LOCATION: River View Middle School
COURSE: (KA-1230-1240) English - Grade 10                      PREREQUISITES: Open to students who have
Section I: June 13-July 1 (M-F)                                    failed Health.
(Section I is for students who failed the first semester of    CONTENT: This class will focus on the required Health
Lang. Arts 10 during the school year.)                             curriculum. Students may take this course only one
8:00-12:00                                                         time.
Section II: July 11-29 (M-F)                                   INSTRUCTOR: James Brooks
(Section II is for students who failed the second semester     COST: $5.00 materials fee
    of Lang. Arts 10 during the school year.)                  CREDIT COURSE: KHS students who successfully
8:00-12:00                                                         complete this class will receive .5 Health Credit.
LOCATION: River View Middle School
PREREQUISITES: Open to high school students who                COURSE: (KA-3270, 3280, 3290)
    have failed Language Arts 10 and are credit deficient.     Phy. Ed.- Grades 10-12
CONTENT: Class will focus on English 10 curriculum.            Section I: July 11-July 29 (M-F)
INSTRUCTOR: Roberta LaBorde                                    8:00-12:00
COST: $5.00 materials fee per section                          LOCATION: River View Middle School
CREDIT COURSE: KHS students who successfully                   PREREQUISITES: Open to students who have
    complete this class will receive .5 English Credit for         failed Physical Education.
    each section.                                              CONTENT: This class will focus on the required P.E.
                                                                   curriculum. Students may take this course only one
COURSE: (KA-1331) Now and Then: Literature of the                  time.
50’s, 60’s, and 70’s – Grades 11-12                            INSTRUCTOR: James Brooks
June 13-July 1 (M-F)                                           COST: $5.00 materials fee
8:00-12:00                                                     CREDIT COURSE: KHS students who successfully
LOCATION: River View Middle School                                 complete this class will receive .5 P.E. Credit.
PREREQUISITES: Open to H.S. students who have
    failed Lang. Arts 11 or 12 and are credit deficient.       COURSE: (KA-4112-4122) Essential Math-Grade 10-12
CONTENT: Each course includes reading, writing, and            Section I: June 13-July 1 (M-F)
    communication activities that are based on the             8:00-12:00
    thematic courses taught during the regular school          Section II: July 11-29 (M-F)
    year. Students will be reading fiction and non-fiction,    8:00-12:00
    participating in discussions and classroom activities,     LOCATION: River View Middle School
    and developing their writing skills.                       PREREQUISITES: Open to KHS students who have
INSTRUCTOR:                                                         failed part or all of Essential Math as a math course.
COST: $5.00 materials fee per section                          CONTENT: This class will focus on the math curriculum
CREDIT COURSE: KHS students who successfully                        for Essential Math.
    complete this class will receive .5 English Credit.        INSTRUCTOR:
                                                               COST: $5.00 materials fee per section
COURSE: (KA-1332) Survival: Themes of Survival in              CREDIT COURSE: KHS students who only take Section I
Literature – Grades 11-12                                           of Essential Math and successfully complete this
Section II: July 11-29 (M-F)                                        section will receive .5 Essential Math Credit. KHS
8:00-12:00                                                          students who successfully complete both sections of
LOCATION: River View Middle School                                  Essential Math will receive 1 Credit.
PREREQUISITES: Open to H.S. students who have
    failed Lang. Arts 11 or 12 and are credit deficient.

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                                                             COURSE: (KA-4511,4521) Accelerated Geometry-
COURSE: (KA-4110,4120,4130,4140)                             Grades 10-12
Extended Algebra-                                            Section I: June 13-July 1 (M-F)
Grades 10-12                                                  8:00-12:00
Section I: June 13-July (M-F)                                Section II: July 11-July 29 (M-F)
8:00-12:00                                                   8:00-12:00
Section II: July 11-29 (M-F)                                  LOCATION: River View Middle School
8:00-12:00                                                   PREREQUISITES:
LOCATION: River View Middle School                           CONTENT: This class will focus on the math curriculum
                                                             for Geometry. This will only be available during the
PREREQUISITES: Open to KHS students who have
    failed part or all of Extended Algebra as a math         summer to incoming sophomores that fill out a
    course.                                                  recommendation form signed by their current algebra
CONTENT: This class will focus on the math curriculum        teacher. This course is intended for students who have
    for Extended Algebra.                                    been misplaced in algebra as freshmen and would like to
INSTRUCTOR:                                                  advance a year in their math course.
COST: $5.00 materials fee per section                        INSTRUCTOR:
CREDIT COURSE: KHS students who only take Section            COST: $5.00 materials fee per section
    of Extended Algebra successfully complete this           CREDIT COURSE: KHS students must participate all
    section will receive .5 Math Credit. KHS students             days of Geometry and successfully complete this
    who successfully complete both sections of Extended           class to receive 1 Geometry Credit.
    Algebra will receive 1 Credit.
                                                             COURSE: (KA-5110, 5120) Physical Science-
COURSE: (KA-4310,4320) Algebra                               Grades 10-12
Grades 10-12                                                 June 13-July 1 (M-F)
Section I: June 13-July 1 (M-F)                               8:00-12:00
 8:00-12:00                                                  LOCATION: River View Middle School
Section II: July 11-29 (M-F)                                 PREREQUISITES: Open to students who have
8:00-12:00                                                       failed Physical Science.
LOCATION: River View Middle School                           CONTENT: This class will focus on the Physical Science
PREREQUISITES: Open to KHS students who have                     curriculum.
     failed part or all of Algebra/Algebra B as a math       INSTRUCTOR:
     course.                                                 COST: $10.00 materials fee
CONTENT: This class will focus on the math                   CREDIT COURSE: KHS students who successfully
    curriculum for Algebra.                                      complete this class will receive .5 Physical Science
INSTRUCTOR:                                                      Credit.
COST: $5.00 materials fee per section
CREDIT COURSE: KHS students who only take Section I          COURSE: (KA-2165) U.S. & World Studies 9
     of Algebra successfully complete this section will      June 13-July 1 (M-F)
     receive .5 Math Credit. KHS students who                8:00-12:00
     successfully complete both sections of Algebra will     LOCATION: River View Middle School
     receive 1 Algebra Credit.                               PREREQUISITES: A remedial course designed to allow
                                                                   students who did not previously pass U.S. & World
COURSE: (KA-4510-4520) Geometry- Grades 10-12                      Studies 9 during the school year to earn the required
Section I: June 13-July 1 (M-F)                                    ninth grade semester credit for graduation.
 8:00-12:00                                                  CONTENT: The course is structured around the key U.S.
Section II: July 11-29 (M-F)                                 & World Studies 9 skills, concepts and themes. Critical
8:00-12:00                                                   thinking skills include the evaluation of information, source
 LOCATION: River View Middle School                          identification and evaluation of bias, hypothesis
PREREQUISITES: Open to KHS students who have                 formulation, providing supporting evidence, constructing
     failed part or all of Geometry.                         an argument, and analyzing visual materials including
CONTENT: This class will focus on the math curriculum        charts, graphs, tables, images, and maps. The project will
     for Geometry.                                           utilize these skills while providing an introductory overview
INSTRUCTOR:                                                  of the major social sciences disciplines.
COST: $5.00 materials fee per section                        INSTRUCTOR:
CREDIT COURSE: KHS students who only take Section I          COST: $5.00 materials fee
     of Geometry and successfully complete is section will   CREDIT COURSE: KHS students who successfully
     receive .5 Geometry Credit. KHS students who                  complete this class will receive .5 Social Studies
     successfully complete both sections of Geometry will          Credit.
     receive 1 Geometry Credit.
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COURSE: (KA-2210) U.S. & World Studies 10-1                     CREDIT COURSE: KHS students who successfully
June 13-July 1 (M-F)                                               complete this class will receive .5 Social Studies
8:00-12:00                                                         Credit.
LOCATION: River View Middle School
PREREQUISITES: a remedial course designed to allow              COURSE: (KA-2320) U.S. & World Studies 11-2
    students who did not previously pass U.S. & World           July 11-29 (M-F)
Studies 10 semester 1 during the school year to earn the        8:00-12:00
    required tenth grade semester credit for graduation.        LOCATION: River View Middle School
CONTENT: The course is project-based, and is                    PREREQUISITES: A remedial course designed to allow
structured around the U.S. & World Studies 10 semester 1            students who did not previously pass U.S. & World
themes of identify and perspective. Students explore past           Studies 11 semester 2 during the school year to earn
and current examples of individual, group, and cultural             the required eleventh grade semester credit for
                                                                    graduation.
identity and perspective. This exploration utilizes six
major disciplines of social studies including geography,        CONTENT: The project-based course is structured
history, political science, sociology, economics, and           around the U.S. & World Studies 11 semester 2 theme of
psychology.                                                     information as power. Specifically it explores the
INSTRUCTOR: TBD                                                 influence knowledge, information, and propaganda have
COST: $5.00 materials fee                                       on developing and utilizing social, political, and economic
CREDIT COURSE: KHS students who successfully                    power.
    complete this class will receive .5 Social Studies          INSTRUCTOR: TBD
    credit.                                                     COST: $5.00 materials fee
                                                                CREDIT COURSE: KHS students who successfully
COURSE: (KA-2220) U.S. & World Studies 10-2                          complete this class will receive .5 Social Studies
July 11-29 (M-F)                                                     Credit.
8:00-12:00
LOCATION: River View Middle School                              COURSE: (KA-280) Ecology of a Wilderness
PREREQUISITES: A remedial course designed to allow              DATES: July 12-22
     students who did not previously pass U.S. & World          LOCATION: Quetico Wilderness - Canada
     Studies 10 semester 2 during the school year to earn       CONTENT: This course has as its basic goals the intent
     the required tenth grade semester credit for                  of developing a wilderness ethic, a value system
     graduation.                                                   based on experience. Activities have been developed
CONTENT: The project-based course is structured                    that are based on experiential learning. Far superior
around the U.S. & World Studies 10 semester 2 theme of             to any text, the Quetico Wilderness is a living
citizenship. Specifically the course explores the role of the      classroom to help students understand the basic
citizen as a member of both a democratic society and a             components and interrelationships of a wilderness
global community.                                                  ecosystem. Equally important is the opportunity of
INSTRUCTOR: TBD                                                    each student to experience the concept of "impact",
COST: $5.00 materials fee                                          and the resulting understanding of the relationship of
CREDIT COURSE: KHS students who successfully                       humans to a wilderness, and ultimately, to the entire
     complete this class will receive .5 Social Studies            biosphere. Students will study and examine the
     Credit.                                                       wilderness in American history and assess human
                                                                   impact on wilderness in the past as well as the way in
COURSE: (KA-2310) U.S. & World Studies 11-1                        which wilderness historically has shaped American
June 13-July 1 (M-F)                                               values. It is difficult to itemize a chronologic sequence
8:00-12:00                                                         of the curriculum, as the curriculum evolves from the
LOCATION: River View Middle School                                 locale and meteorological phenomena encountered.
PREREQUISITES: : A remedial course designed to allow               How does one schedule the discussion of the
students who did not previously pass U.S. & World                  experience of the northern lights while on a night
Studies 11 semester 1 during the school year to earn the           paddle, or the opportunity to study a Merganser
required eleventh grade semester credit for graduation.            mother defending her young from hungry mink. Be
CONTENT: The project-based course is structured                    that as it may, the curriculum does include:
around the U.S. & World Studies 11 semester 1 theme of             4.5 hours - Survival Training and Canoeing
change over time. Specifically it explores the                         Techniques /First Aid
development of human societies over time from early                4.5 hours - Wilderness Ethics
hunting and gathering through agriculture, industrialization       4.5 hours - Ecology of a Bog
and modern post-industrialization. The course focuses on           4.5 hours - History of Human Impact on a Wilderness
political, economic, social, and technological development.            (Indian Pictographs, Fur Trade History, Abandoned
INSTRUCTOR: TBD                                                        Logging Camps)
COST: $5.00 materials fee                                          4.5 hours - Current Impact on a Wilderness (Solid
                                                                       Waste, Human Waste, Foot Travel, etc.)
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   4.5 hours - Ecology of a Bluff                             INSTRUCTOR: Meghan McCabe
   4.5 hours - Beaver Impact in the Wilderness                COST: $5.00 materials fee
   4.5 hours - Sights/Sounds of a Wilderness (Night
      Paddle)                                                 COURSE: (KA-341) Fun With Science (Gr. 2-4)
   4.5 hours - Group Sharing (A final summary of the            June 13-16, 20-23, 27-30 (12 days)
      time in the bush, its impact on the students and its      Section I: 8:00-9:50
      implications for each persons' future)                    Section II: 10:00-12:00
SUPPLIES: All supplies provided.
INSTRUCTORS: Mike Frost and Greg Ramsey                           July 11-14, 18-21, 25-28 (M-Thur)
COST: No Summer School Registration Fee                           Section I: 8:00-9:50
        (Trip fee $1,025.00)                                      Section II: 10:00-12:00

COURSE: (KA-300) Summer Library (Gr. 1-3)                     LOCATION: River View Intermediate School
June 13-16, 10-23, 27-30 (M-Thur)                             PREREQUISITES: Open to students entering gr. 2-4.
Section I: 8:00 - 9:50                                        CONTENT: CALLING ALL SCIENTISTS! In this class we
Section II: 10:05-12:00                                          will be learning how to use common household items
LOCATION: Library Media Centers at Tanner                        to create fun experiments. Hands-on activities will
PREREQUISITES: Open to students who are entering                 cover the Science fields of Biology, Chemistry, Earth
   grades 1-3 during the 2011-2012 school year.                  Science, and Physics. We have BRAND NEW
CONTENT: The theme for this summer is an author study            experiments this year and we welcome back students
   of various authors. The class will consist of read-           who have taken the class before. Be prepared for
   alouds, story-related projects, and a daily checkout.         small messes and big fun!
   Students will participate in story hour, art activities,   INSTRUCTOR: Mary McDaniel
   and be introduced to reputable children’s authors and      COST: $5.00 materials fee
   illustrators.
INSTRUCTOR:                                                   COURSE: (KA-344) Scrapbooking (Gr. 2-4)
COST: $5.00 materials fee                                     June 13-30 (M-Th)
                                                              Section I: 8:00-9:50
COURSE: (KA-325) Games Galore (Gr. 4-6)                       Section II: 10:00-12:00
   June 13-16, 20-23, 27-30 (M-Thur)                          LOCATION: River View Intermediate School
   10:05 – 12:00                                              PREREQUISITES: Students entering grades 2-4.
LOCATION: River View Intermediate School                      CONTENT: Section I and II: In this course, students will
PREREQUISITES: Open to students entering gr. 4-6.             learn the basics of scrapbooking. They will use pictures
CONTENT: Students will learn to play a variety of indoor      from home to create a wonderful way to share their
   and outdoor games with a focus on teamwork,                memories. Students will work on cropping and matting
   problem solving, following directions, and logical         pictures, journaling, and creating titles. They will also
   reasoning. Some indoor games may include Apples            have the chance to experiment with various other
   to Apples, Sequence, Cribbage, and Yahtzee. The            embellishments. Students may enroll in both Sections I
   outdoor games may include bocce ball, croquet,             and II to scrapbook longer and to continue to apply the
   relays, and treasure hunts. It will be fun for all…come    new techniques they have learned. Please make sure to
   join the fun!!                                             send your child with enough pictures (at least 8 per
INSTRUCTOR:                                                   day) starting the first day of class.
COST: $5.00 materials fee                                     INSTRUCTOR: Joy Strasburg
                                                              COST: $20.00 includes all scrapbook pages and
COURSE: (KA-340) Nature Nuts (Gr. 2-5)                            materials (albums will not be provided, but can be
   July 11-14, 18-21, 25-28 (12 days)                             picked up at many area stores). Pages will be
   Section I: 8:00-9:50 (Gr. 4-5)                                 supplied for 12x12 post-bound, 12x12 strap-hinge, or
   Section II: 10:00-12:00 (Gr. 2-3)                              8 ½ x 11 post-bound albums only.
LOCATION: Thousand Islands Nature Center
PREREQUISITES: Open to students entering gr. 2-5.             COURSE: (KA-345) Scrapbooking (Gr. 5-10)
CONTENT: Students will learn about Wisconsin nature                June 13-30 (M-Th)
   through a variety of hands on activities at Kaukauna's          Section I: 8:00 - 9:50
   outstanding Thousand Island Nature Center. Students             Section II: 10:05-12:00
   will participate in a variety of outdoor and nature-       PREREQUISITES: Students entering grades 5-10.
   related games while also doing many activities that        LOCATION: River View Intermediate School
   will increase their understanding and appreciation of      CONTENT: Section I and II: Writing and creativity are the
   Wisconsin nature. Each week we will be taking a hike       focus of this sensational hands-on course. Students will
   to a variety of different destinations around the nature   use photos from home to create an everlasting document
   center. Also, students will be given opportunity to fish   that tells the story of their lives. Journaling, cropping and
   the Fox River and even wade into the river itself and      matting pictures, using different scrapbook tools, and
   do some exploring.                                         stamping will be explored. Both continuing scrapbookers
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or those new to scrapbooking will learn new scrapbooking         be available for check out. In addition, students will create
techniques. Scrapbook pages and materials to complete            2-3 different types of journals to use for various
scrapbook pages will be provided. Students may create a          independent writing activities. Students will be involved in
new scrapbook or can add to a scrapbook they previously          measuring, cutting, folding, drawing, painting, and gluing
started. Students may enroll in both section I and II (8:00-     accurately when making the different books. Unique page
9:50 and 10:05-12:00) to have more time to work in their         designs will be featured for each book. On the first day of
scrapbooks and to apply what they've learned.                    class, students will receive a supply list and asked to
INSTRUCTOR: Pam Schinker                                         donate 1 or 2 paper or art items.
COST: $20.00 includes all scrapbook pages and                    Session II: Making Books for Grades K-1: Each day will
materials (albums will not be provided, but can be picked        feature a picture book that uses the diary, journal, or letter
up at many area stores). Pages will be supplied for 12x12        format. Students will explore the different concepts of
post-bound, 12x12 strap-hinge, or 8 ½ x 11 post-bound
albums only.                                                     print, common sight words, letter/sound relationships, and
                                                                 recreating these picture book stories using a repetitive or
COURSE: (KA-346) Cooking with Books (Gr. K-3)                    rhyming format. Beginning folding, cutting, gluing and
  June 13-16, 20-23, 27-30 (M-Thur)                              painting skills will be taught and practiced as these books
  Section I: 10:05-12:00 (Gr. 2-3) (RVIS)                        are published. On the first day of class, students will
                                                                 receive a supply list and asked to donate 1 or 2 paper or
     July 11-14, 18-21, 25-28 (M-Thur)                           art items.
     Section II: 8:00-9:50 (Gr. K-1) (Tanner)                    INSTRUCTOR: Lou-Mae Russo
LOCATION: River View Intermediate School-(Session I)             COST: $5.00
 Tanner School (Session II)
PREREQUISITES: Students enrolled in grades K-3 for               COURSE: (KA-348) Movie Making Class (Gr. 7-9)
the 2011-12 school year who want to explore picture                   June 13-30 (M-Th)
books that revolve around food and then to learn how to                (10:00-12:00 p.m.)
create these foods.                                                   July 11-28 (M-Th)
CONTENT: Session I: Each day will feature an                          (8:00 - 12:00 p.m.)
Interactive Read Aloud, practice with sight words,               LOCATION: River View Intermediate School
decoding fun, Interactive Writing leading to individual mini-    PREREQUISITES: Limited to 16 students.
book making and a small cooking project. Students will           CONTENT: Be a real movie maker! Learn camera
compile a recipe book of all their cooking projects.             techniques, write a script, create props, act it out, add
Students will use dry and wet measuring utensils in a            sound, music, edit and produce a digital movie. Students
separate center and also practice using money buying             will collaboratively create short movies and produce their
cooking items at the center store. On the first day of class,    very own DVD to be brought home and shared.
students will receive a supply list and asked to donate 1 or     Attendance is essential for a smooth movie making
2 cooking items.                                                 process. Please plan on attending all the classes. This
Session II: Each day will feature an Interactive Read            class is open to any student entering grades 7, 8, 9.
Aloud, practice with sight words, letter/sound                   INSTRUCTOR: Paul Miller
relationships, Interactive Writing leading to individual mini-   COST: $10.00 materials fee
book making and a small cooking project. Students will
compile a recipe book of all their cooking projects.             COURSE: (KA-349) Theatre Basics (Gr. 1-6)
Students will use dry and wet measuring utensils in a            June 13-16, 2023, 27-30 (M-Thur)
separate center and also practice using money buying             Section I: 8:00 - 9:50 (Gr. 1-3)
cooking items at the center store. On the first day of class,    Section II: 10:00 - 11:50 (Gr. 4-6)
students will receive a supply list and asked to donate 1 or     PREREQUISITES: Limited to 25 students.
2 cooking items.                                                 LOCATION: RVIS
INSTRUCTOR: Lou-Mae Russo                                        CONTENT: Do you have an interest in the theatre? In
COST: $5.00                                                      this class, you will learn the basics for both on and off
                                                                 stage. Students will learn on-stage skills such as:
COURSE: (KA-347) Making Books (Gr. K-4)                          audition techniques, theatre games, acting in a scene,
  June 13-16, 20-23, 27-30 (M-Thur)                              creating/developing a character, music and
  Section I: 8:00-9:50 (Gr. 2-4) (RVIS)                          choreography. Students will also learn behind the scenes
                                                                 skills such as: set design and set building, lighting, sound,
    July 11-14, 18-21, 25-28 (M-Thur)                            costuming, hair and make-up, and props. The class will
    Section II: 10:02-12:00 (Gr. K-1) (Tanner)                   be taught by KHS and KCP theater veterans and guest
LOCATION: River View Intermediate School (Session I)             clinicians will also be brought in. Each class is limited to a
Tanner School (Session II)                                       maximum of 25 participants.
PREREQUISITES:                                                   INSTRUCTOR: Kymberlee Schmidt & Kristin Underwood
CONTENT: Session I: Making Books and Journals for                COST: $5.00 materials fee
Grades 2-4: Each day will feature an author who uses the
diary or journal format for writing books. These books will
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COURSE: (KA-350) Sports Math (Gr. 3-6)                         COURSE: (KA-400) Beginning Cooking and
June 13-16, 2023, 27-30 (M-Thur)                               Baking - Be a Kitchen Magician! (Gr. 4-6)
Section I: 8:00 - 9:50 (Gr. 3-6)                               June 13-30 (M-Th) and July 11-29 (M-Thur)
Section II: 10:00 - 11:50 (Gr.3-6)                             Section I: 8:00 - 9:50
LOCATION: RVIS                                                 Section II: 10:05 - 12:00
CONTENT: Learning how to teach math in a more                  LOCATION: River View Intermediate School
diverse and fun atmosphere by using sports and sport           PREREQUISITES: Open to all students enrolled in
related activity to add, subtract, multiply and divide.           grades 4-6 for the 2011-12 school year.
Students will learn how to take averages in scoring,           CONTENT: Come and learn how to become a kitchen
rushing yards, receiving, passing, batting averages, free         magician. With just a bit of practice, you can turn a
throw percentage, add up total yards and total points.            few basic ingredients into foods which are fun to
They will even learn how to measure the dimensions of a           make, eat, and good for you too! We'll make snacks,
playing field. We will learn math skills used to figure out       desserts, main dishes, and entire meals! New recipes
                                                                  this summer!
statistical data in the areas of baseball, football,           INSTRUCTORS: Laurie Moseng
& basketball. We will also watch real game footage as well
as participating in game play while recording our own          COST: $8.00 - Students will also be asked to bring in
data. All age levels are encouraged to attend and                different food ingredients, as the $8.00 fee will only
students will receive one on one attention.                      cover the basic ingredients.
INSTRUCTOR: Matt Blakeley
COST: $3.00 materials fee                                      COURSE: (KA-410) Creative Woodworking (Gr. 2-9)
                                                                 June 13-16, 20-23, 27-30 (M-Thur)
COURSE: (KA-360) Photoshop (Gr. 6-8)                             Section I: 8:00-10:00 (Gr. 2-3)
June 13-30                                                       Section II: 10:00-12:00 (Gr. 4-6)
8:00 – 10:00
LOCATION: River View Intermediate School                          July 11-14, 18-21, 25-28 (M-Thur)
CONTENT: Do you want to have fun, AND learn                       Section III: 8:00 - 11:00 (Gr. 7-9)
something cool at the same time? Then, this Photoshop             LOCATION: River View Intermediate School
class is for YOU! You will learn amazing things to do and      PREREQUISITES: Open to students entering grades 2-9
create with this computer program. Learn how to change            in Fall of 2011. Class size is limited.
the appearance of photographs with different filters, make     CONTENT: Sections I and II: This is a lab based
special effect artwork, use cloning techniques to add detail      instruction course. Students will explore the
to your work, clean up or sharpen pictures, and learn             designing of projects and the use of basic
about layers in Photoshop. Once you have the basic                woodworking tools. Some power tools and
skills, you will create and print your own mouse pad, pin         equipment will be used and will be under the direction
back buttons, t-shirt, and greeting cards in our lab.             of the instruction. All projects made in the lab will be
INSTRUCTOR: Al Wachtendonk                                        taken home by the students. Some projects that the
COST: $12.00 materials fee                                        students will be able to construct are (but not limited
                                                                  to): wooden puzzles, wooden animals, bird houses,
COURSE: (KA-370) Spanish Immersion Summer                         shelves, squirrel feeders, coat racks and trading card
  School Program (Gr. 1-5)                                        holders.
  June 13-16, 0-23, 27-30 (12 days)
  Section I: 8:00 - 9:50 (Gr. 1-3)                                Section III: Students will be able to use many
                                                                  woodworking tools, machines and understand simple
   Section II: 10:05 - 12:00 (Gr. 4-5)                            concepts in woodworking. This lab based class will
   LOCATION: River View Intermediate School                       allow the students to further build their woodworking
PREREQUISITES: Open to students who are enrolled in               skills by constructing projects that they will be able to
   grades 1-5 for the 2011-12 school year.                        take home. Students will learn
CONTENT: This class will immerse your child in the                how to safely set up and use the drill press, band saw,
   Spanish language and culture. Activities and learning          scroll saw, and a variety of sanders. Students can
   will be bilingual in nature, using Spanish as much as          explore the option of wood turning by using the lathe.
   possible throughout the daily routine. The goal of this        Students will learn how to square a board, which is
   program is to introduce students to new Spanish                the process of taking rough lumber straight from the
   vocabulary and to the cultures and traditions of               saw mill and machining it into a usable piece of
   various Spanish speaking countries. Daily activities           dimensional wood. Students will be able to construct
   include songs, stories, craft projects, interactive            a variety of projects including, but not limited to: bird
   games and more!                                                houses and feeders, bat houses, tool trays, cribbage
INSTRUCTORS: Lisa VanGeffen                                       boards and cutting boards, wood pens, and CD racks.
COST: $3.00 materials fee                                      INSTRUCTOR: Craig Sackmann
                                                               COST: $10.00

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COURSE: (KA-420) Summertime Fun in Art! (Gr. 2-4)            http://www.vexrobotics.com/education/classroom-
June 13-30 (M-Th)                                                 competition
Section I: 8:00 - 9:50                                       INSTRUCTOR: Nels Lawrence
LOCATION: River View Intermediate School
PREREQUISITES: Open to all students entering grades          COST: $10.00 materials fee
   2-4 during the 2011-12 school year.
CONTENT: Students who take this course will work with         COURSE: (KA-430) Kids & Computers:
   clay, paint, tie-dye, and paper-mache. Art shirts are     MICROWORLDS (Gr. 4-10)
   advised.                                                      June 13-30 (M-Th)
INSTRUCTOR:                                                      12:30 - 2:30 p.m.
COST: $8.00 materials fee                                    LOCATION: River View Middle School
                                                             PREREQUISITES: Open to all students entering
COURSE: (KA-421) Art Enrichment - Painting &                 grades 4-10 during the 2011-12 school year.
   Sculpture (Gr. 5-8)                                       CONTENT: This is the summer computer course you
   June 13-30 (M-Th)                                         have been waiting for. On your own computer you will
   Section I: 10:05-12:00                                    learn how to create animation and graphic programs.
 LOCATION: River View Intermediate School
PREREQUISITES: Open to all students entering gr. 5-8         You will design scenes with animals moving, alien
CONTENT: Students who take this course will be working       spaceships landing on earth, or police cars and
   with clay, tile mosaics, and paper-mache in 3-D. 2D       motorcycles chasing through city streets. There is an
   projects will include drawing and painting with a         endless variety of animals, people, ships, and vehicles to
   variety of media (cray pas and charcoal, and              move at your command. You can add music from your
   watercolor).                                              favorite CD’s, create sound effects, and record your own
INSTRUCTOR:                                                  voice into your program. You might want to design a
COST: $15.00 materials fee                                   horse race or find your way through a maze you construct.
                                                             There is even room left to add your story with your
COURSE: (KA-426) NXT Powered Robotics (Gr. 5-8)              drawings and animation. The only limitations are your
     June 13-16, 20-23, 27-30 (M-Th)                         own creativity and effort. Sign up with a friend and enjoy
     Section I: 8:00-9:50                                    the class together.
 LOCATION: River View Intermediate School                    INSTRUCTOR: Bill Banks
PREREQUISITES: Open to all students entering gr. 5-8         COST: $5.00 materials fee
CONTENT: Exploring the new technology of NXT
powered robotics. Program uses latest systems and            COURSE: (KA-431) Legos and Computers:
sensor technology as well as data acquisition.               ROBOLAB (Gr. 4-10)
Students using the new NXT programs can program their        June Workshop- June 13-30 (M-Th)
project robots to recognize objects and colors as well as    Section I: 8:00 - 9:50 a.m.
react to their surroundings.                                 Section II: 10:05 – 12:00 p.m.
The new NXT system is user friendly yet offers the
unlimited complexity of a professional level system for      July Workshop - July 11-29 (M-Th)
students who wish to explore the limits.                     Section I: 8:00 - 9:50 a.m.
The basic curriculum was designed by the world famous        Section II: 10:05 – 12:00 p.m.
Carnegie Mellon University Robotics program as an            LOCATION: River View Middle School
outreach to K-12 education.                                  PREREQUISITES: Open to all students entering grades
See an example of a typical project at this web link              4-10 during Fall 2011. (Limited enrollment)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g8VQAVePfko                   CONTENT: You may sign up for June, July, or both
INSTRUCTOR: Nels Lawrence                                    sessions!! If you like to build with Legos and you always
COST: $10.00 materials fee                                   wanted to make them move with motors of their own, flash
                                                             with lights, and have sound then this is the course for you.
                                                             In Robolab you will program your own portable RCX brick
                                                             to run programs you have created for your robotic car,
COURSE: (KA-427) Competition Robotics (Gr. 9-12)             house, and even an insect. As your skills increase you
    June 13-16, 20-23, 27-30 (M-Th)                          can build a ferris wheel, elevator, missile launcher, or
    Section I: 10:05-12:00                                   maybe a lego battle-bot! Take the next step in Lego
 LOCATION: River View Intermediate School                    construction and computer programming. Join us this
PREREQUISITES: Open to all students entering gr. 9-12        summer and work in our Robotics Laboratory: Robolab.
CONTENT: Student s will use the VEX robotics systems         You work in groups of two so you might want to see if you
which are bolt together materials with radio controlled      can sign-up with a friend!
robots as seen in national competitions at the high school   INSTRUCTOR: Bill Banks
check the link below for an example of the Vex               COST: $10.00 materials fee
competition activities

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COURSE: (KA-432) Learning Keyboarding Skills                     COURSE: (KA-474) Strength and Speed Training
(Gr. 4-8)                                                           (Gr. 8-12)
June 13-30 (M-Th)                                                   June 13-July 28 (M-Thur)
Section II: 9:00 - 10:00                                            Section I: 6:00-7:30 (M-Th) HS Boys 10-12 Graders
LOCATION: River View Intermediate School                            Section II: 7:30-9:00 (M-Th) HS Boys 10-12 Graders
                                                                                                           th
PREREQUISITES: Open to all students entering grades                 Section III: 9:00-10:30 (M-Th) Boys 8-9 Graders
    4-8 during Fall 2011. (Limited enrollment)                      Section IV: 8:00-9:30 (M-Th) HS Girls 9-12th Graders
CONTENT: Learning touch-typing using Type To Learn.              LOCATION: Kaukauna High School weight room
    Students will work on memorizing the keyboard and            PREREQUISITES: Students enrolled in grades 8-12
    developing speed and accuracy. This class is                 CONTENT:
    appropriate for the first time typist or any other student          A. Strength Training
    interested in increasing their ability.                                 1. Proper lifting techniques
INSTRUCTOR: Nathan VandeHey                                                 2. Safety
COST: $2.00 materials fee
                                                                            3. Breathing
COURSE: (KA-470) Volleyball (Gr. 3-9)                                       4. Types of training
June 13-30, July 11-21 (M-Thur)                                         B. Speed Training
Section I: 8:00 - 9:00 (Gr. 3-4)                                            1. Proper running form
Section II: 9:00 - 10:00 (Gr. 6-8)                                          2. Power / over speed running
Section III: 10:00 - 11:30 (Gr. 9)                                          3. Band training
July 11-21 only                                                             4. Speed endurance
Section IV: 8:00-9:00 (Gr. 5-6)
                                                                        C. Agilities
LOCATION: River View M.S. – Main Gym
PREREQUISITES: Open to students enrolled in                                 1. Foot speed
    grades 3-9 during Fall 2012. Limited enrollment.                        2. Plyometrics
CONTENT: Teach volleyball skills at appropriate levels.                     3. Medicine ball
    Will include proper skill techniques and instruction.                   4. Proper Technique
    Games and tournaments will be played.                               D. Core strength
INSTRUCTORS: Jeff Justice                                                   1. Band resistance training
COST: $10.00 (t-shirts included)
                                                                            2. Abs
COURSE: (KA-471) Boys’ Volleyball (Gr. 6-9)                             E. Testing speed and strength
June 13-16, 20-23, 27-30, July 11-14, 18-21 (M-Thur)
Section I: 11:30 - 1:00 (Gr. 8-9)                                INSTRUCTORS: Dennis Smits
Section II: 1:00 - 2:30 (Gr. 6-7) M-Th                           COST: $10.00 materials fee
LOCATION: Riverview Middle School – Main Gym
PREREQUISITES: Open to students enrolled in grades 6-            COURSE: (KA-478) Getting Into Lifetime Sports – Pee
9 during Fall 2011. Limited enrollment                             Wee Golf (Gr. 2-6)
CONTENT: Students will be taught volleyball skills at              Section I: Eagle Links Golf Course
appropriate levels. This will include skill technique drills,      June 13, 20, 27, July 11, 18, 25 (Mondays)
and games.                                                            9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
INSTRUCTORS: Chris Ebben (Boys’ Varsity Volleyball
Coach)                                                              Section II: Countryside Golf Course
COST: $20.00 (includes a t-shirt and SoloSpike training                June 16, 23, 30, July 14, 21, 28 (Thursdays)
www.solospike.com )                                                 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
                                                                 PREREQUISITES: Open to students enrolled in grades
COURSE: (KA-473) Ghost Tennis Camp (Gr. 7-12)                       2-6. May choose one section only. Parents must
   July 25-29 (M-F)                                                 be willing to participate. (Class size is limited.)
   8:00 - 10:00 a.m.                                             CONTENT: Each week students will receive information
LOCATION: KHS Tennis Courts                                         on the fundamentals of golf. For application,
PREREQUISITES: Boys and girls entering grades 7-12.                 instruction will be followed by two holes of golf
CONTENT: This tennis camp is intended for boys and                  accompanied by a parent. Equipment will be
   girls who are thinking about playing tennis in high              supplied by the students.
   school, are currently on a high school team, or just          INSTRUCTOR: Pete Benson (Countryside)
   want to raise their level of play. Players who enroll                          Chris McDaniel (Eagle Links)
   will experience challenging and fun drills, games, and        COST: $18.00, which includes range balls and green fees
   competition.
INSTRUCTORS: Brian Sanderfoot
COST: $3.00


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   COURSE: (KA-479) Getting Into Lifetime Sports - Golf        Section III:
      Lessons (Gr. 6-12)                                       Shooting Academy (Gr. 6-7) (M-Thur) 10:00 - 11:00
           June 16, 23, 30, July 14, 21, 28 (Thursdays)        Section IV:
      12:00 - 1:00 p.m.                                        Skills Camp (Gr .6-7)      (M-Thur) 11:00 - 12:30
   LOCATION: Countryside Golf Course                           Section V:
   PREREQUISITES: Open to students enrolled in grades          Skills Camp (Gr. 3-5) (M/Tue/W)               1:15 - 3:00
      6-12 for the 2011-12 school year.                        LOCATION: Kaukauna High School Gym
   CONTENT: Each week the students will receive                PREREQUISITES: Open to students entering gr. 1-9
      instruction on some aspect of the game of golf           CONTENT: Section I & III: Students will increase
      followed by observed practice of the concepts taught.         shooting proficiency through organized shooting drills
      The driving range and putting green will be used for          and workouts.
      practice purposes. Equipment will be supplied by         Section II: Students will learn advanced techniques and
      the students.                                                 strategies which can be applied to the game.
   INSTRUCTOR: Pete Benson                                     Section IV& V: Students will learn and practice the
   COST: $18.00 for range balls.                                    fundamentals of offense and defense. The emphasis
                                                                    is placed on skill development and enhancing team
   COURSE: (KA-480) Getting Into Lifetime Sports –                  offense and defense during game play.
      Junior Golf (Gr. 5-12)
      Section I: Countryside Golf Course (Grades 5-12)         EQUIPMENT: Gym shoes
      June 14, 21, 28, July 12, 19, 26 (Tuesdays)              INSTRUCTORS: Michael Schalow
           10:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.                              COST: $20.00 (for Section I, II, III, IV)
      Section II: Eagle Links Golf Course (Grades 5-9)                 $15.00 (for Sections V)
      June 15, 24, 29, July 13, 20, 27 (Wednesdays)            Each player will receive a t-shirt.
            9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.                             Sections I, III, and V will receive a basketball
   PREREQUISITES: Open to boys and girls entering
      grades 5-12. You may choose one section only.
      Students must have some golf experience and bring        COURSE: (KA-486) Getting Into Lifetime Sports:
      their own clubs. (Limited class size)                       Frisbee Golf (Gr. 1-5)
   CONTENT: Students will learn the fundamentals of golf            June 13-30 (M-Thur)
      as well as play 9-holes each week. Fundamentals will          11:00-12:00
      be demonstrated and discussed each week. 9-holes              In the event of heavy rain or storms we will make up
      will be played under the supervision of the instructor        any rain dates on Fridays. Class will run in light rain.
      and assistant. Equipment will be supplied by the         LOCATION: Quinney (meet at water tower)
      students.                                                PREREQUISITES: Open to students enrolled in grades 1-
      Below is a schedule of activities:                            5. Parents are welcome to participate.
      Week 1: Etiquette, rules, behavior, league               CONTENT: Students will receive information on the
                 organization and 9-holes of golf              fundamentals of Frisbee golf. Instruction will be followed
                 Grip, stance, basic swing fundamental and     by 9 holes of Frisbee golf. Students need to bring their
                 9-holes of golf                               own disc. In the event of heavy rain or storms we will
      Week 2: Putting and 9-holes of golf                      make up rain dates on Fridays. The class will run in light
      Week 3: Chipping & 9-holes of golf                       rain.
      Week 4: Sand traps and 9-holes of golf                   INSTRUCTOR: Nathan VandeHey
      Week 5: Iron play (short & long) and 9-holes of golf     COST: none
      Week 6: Wood play & 9-holes of golf
      Week 7: Tournaments and Awards                           COURSE: (KA-487) Getting Into Lifetime Sports:
   INSTRUCTOR: Pete Benson (Countryside)                           Frisbee Golf (Gr. 6-9)
                   Chris McDaniel (Eagle Links)                      June 13-30 (M-Thur)
   COST: $46.00 ($9.00 for Countryside members), which               1:00 - 3:00 (Gr. 6-9) (Grignon Home Park)
      will cover green fees, awards and cookout.               LOCATION: Grignon Home Park
                                                               PREREQUISITES: Open to students enrolled in gr. 6-9.
COURSE: (KA-482) Getting Into Lifetime Sports Boys             CONTENT: Each week students will receive information
  Basketball (Gr. 1-9)                                         on the fundamentals of Frisbee golf. Instruction will be
  Week 1         June 13-16 (M-Thur)                           followed by 18 holes of Frisbee golf. Students need to
  Week 2         June 20-23 (M-Thur)                           bring their own disc. In the event of heavy rain or storms
  Week 3         June 27-30 (M-Thur)                           we will make up rain dates on Fridays. The class will run
  Section I:                                                   in light rain.
  Shooting Academy (Gr. 8-9) (M-Thur) 7:30 - 8:30              INSTRUCTOR: Nathan VandeHey
  Section II:                                                  COST: $5.00
  Skills Camp (Gr. 8-9)       (M-Thur) 8:30 - 10:00


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COURSE: (KA-500) Summer Beginning Band (Gr. 5)                 COURSE: (KA-510) Band Lessons (Gr. 7-12)
June 13-16, 20-23, 27-30, July 11-14, 18-21, 25-28                 June 13- July 28 (Monday-Thursday)
(Monday-Thursday)                                                   8:00 - 12:00
8:30 - 9:00       Oboe/French Horn (alternating days-ie.        LOCATION: River View Choir Room
                  Oboe M/W, French Horn T/Th)                  PREREQUISITES: Open to students entering grades 7-
9:00 - 9:40       Alto Saxophone                               12 who have had prior instruction on a band instrument.
9:40 - 10:20      Flute                                        CONTENT: The goal of summer lessons is to help
10:20 - 11:00 Clarinet                                         students maintain muscle tone and improve instrumental
11:00 - 11:40 Trumpet                                          performance skills. Lessons are 30 minutes in length.
12:10 - 12:40 Trombone/Baritone                                Time slots are selected on a ―first-come-first-served
12:40 - 1:10      Percussion                                   basis.‖ See your band director for available time slots.
LOCATION: River View M.S. Band Room                            *Kaukauna continuing band students DO need to fill out
PREREQUISITES: Open to any student entering gr. 5-6            the summer school consortium registration form for band
that presently is not playing an instrument. Students must     lessons. Lessons will not be graded. No credit will be
furnish their own instruments.                                 granted.
CONTENT: Beginning Instrumental techniques will be             INSTRUCTOR: Beth Kinzel
covered. No prior musical training is required.
Instruments to choose from are: flute, oboe *, clarinet,       COURSE: (KA-599) Baseball Fundamentals
alto saxophone, trumpet, trombone, French horn *and            June 13-16, 20-23, 27-30, July 11-14, 18-21, 25-28
baritone * and percussion. Students must be tested for         Section I (Grades 3-5): 12:30-1:30
an instrument before registration. Testing occurred at         Section II (Grades 6-7): 1:30-2:30
the elementary schools (Electa Quinney, Victor Haen,           Section III (Grades 8-9): 2:30-3:30
                            th                th
Park) between January 30 and February 4 , 2011.                LOCATION: KHS Baseball field
If your child was not tested during this time and would like
to sign up for Beginning Band please contact Julia
Langenhuizen, River View Intermediate School, to arrange       CONTENT: Baseball fundamentals class is designed to
this testing (766-6124 ext. 4183)                              improve the technique and fundamentals of swinging a bat
(langenhuizenj@kaukauna.k12.wi.us). You may also               while playing baseball. Instructors will break
contact Mrs. Langenhuizen with any questions about the         individual skills down to ensure future success on the
Beginning Band program prior to the start of summer            field. We will cover fielding, throwing, pitching mechanics,
lessons.                                                       bunting, base running, and hitting during the daily
*These instruments can be rented from the school district      sessions. All age levels are encouraged to attend and the
for a nominal charge.                                          KHS varsity coaching staff will provide one on one
INSTRUCTOR: Larry Orth                                         attention.
COST: $20.00 materials fee                                     *In the event of heavy rain or storms we will makeup rain
                                                               dates on Fridays. The class will run in light rain.
COURSE: (KA-505) Band Lessons (Gr. 6)                           INSTRUCTOR: Matt Blakeley
June 13 - July 21 (Tuesday-Thursday only)                      COST: $8.00
    30 minute lessons once a week will be scheduled. A
    lesson day/time will be set for each student before the    COURSE: (KA-608) Softball Hitting Fundamentals
    end of the school year. Students will be notified.         June 13-16, 20-23, 27-30, July 11-14, 18-21, 25-28
LOCATION: River View Orchestra Room                            Section I (ages 10 and under): 12:30-1:30
PREREQUISITES: Open to students entering grade 6.              Section II (ages 11 and 12): 1:30-2:30
    This class is for students that have already been          Section III (ages 13-15): 2:30-3:30
    playing an instrument. Students will be grouped            LOCATION: Bayorgeon Field
    according to ability.                                      CONTENT: Softball hitting fundamentals class is
CONTENT: The goal of summer lessons is to help                 designed to improve the technique and fundamentals of
students maintain muscle tone and improve instrumental         swinging a bat while playing fast pitch softball.
performance skills. Lessons are 20 minutes in length.          Instructors will break individual swings down to ensure
Time slots are selected on a ―first-come-first-served          future success at the plate. We will cover bunting,
basis.‖ See your band director for available time slots.       slapping, and hitting for power during the daily sessions.
*Kaukauna continuing band students DO need to fill out         All age levels are encouraged to attend and the varsity
the summer school consortium registration form for band        coaching staff will guarantee one on one attention and
lessons. Lessons will not be graded. No credit will be         future softball success.
granted.                                                        INSTRUCTOR: Tim Roehrig
INSTRUCTOR: Sheri Grissman                                     COST: $8.00




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             Summer School
                                 2011




                              Kimberly Area
                              School District
Woodland Elem/Interm              Kimberly High school           For more information
(Entering 4K to Gr. 9)            (Entering Gr. 10 to Gr. 12)    Jodi Neuber
N9085 N Coop Rd., Appleton        W2662 Kennedy Ave., Kimberly   Summer School Coordinator
Ph: 920-730-0924                  Ph: 920-687-3024               217 E Kimberly Ave., Kimberly
June 7 to June 30                 Session 1: June 7 to June 24   Ph: 920-423-4142
M thru F (unless specified)       Session 2: July 5 to July 22   jneuber@kimberly.k12.wi.us
                                   M thru F (unless specified)


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                                                        General Guidelines


                      Online Registration begins April 2, 2011 
     The Board of Education of the Kimberly Area School District offers summer school for students entering grades 4K-12.

SUMMER SCHOOL REGISTRATION (Go to www.kimberly.k12.wi.us and click on the summer school link)
Academic/Enrichment Class Registration
    Opens at 9:00am on April 2, 2011
    Online registration runs from April 2 to May 21
    After May 21 you will need to contact Jodi Neuber at 423-4142 to make changes.
    There will be no refunds after May 21

Sports Registration
    Opens at 9:00 am on April 2, 2011
    Online registration runs from April 2 to June 1

For assistance with registration or to pay with cash or check
     Mapleview’s computer lab (125 E. Kimberly Avenue, Kimberly) will be open from 9:00 to 11:00 am on April 2nd.
     Computers will be available at Kimberly’s Administration Office (217 E. Kimberly Avenue, Kimberly) starting Monday,
       April 4 from 8:00am to 4:00pm.
     If a fee is listed you must pay with a credit card to complete online registration.

Online registration
    We will be using a new online system this year.
           Everyone will need to pre-register.
           The link to pre-register will be on our website in February.

Once a class is full it will be closed. Parents have the option to wait list their child.

                                                            ELIGIBILITY
Any child whose legal residence is within the boundaries of the Kimberly Area School District may enroll in the Kimberly
Summer School Program. With the approval of a student’s home school district, enrollment is also open to any student who
legally resides in any of the school districts belonging to the Fox Valley Summer School Consortium (Appleton, Freedom,
Hilbert, Hortonville, Kaukauna, Kimberly, Little Chute, Menasha, Neenah, Oshkosh, and Shiocton).

The Kimberly Area School District will not endorse students wishing to attend the Boys and Girls Club summer school
program through the Appleton Area School District.

Any Kimberly Area School District student wishing to take any summer school classes at one of the other Fox Valley Summer
School Consortium districts MUST have written approval from Jodi Neuber-Summer School Coordinator.

                                                       ATTENDANCE
Daily attendance is important for all classes. Absences jeopardize earning credit for high school classes.

                                                   TRANSPORTATION
Transportation to and from summer school is the responsibility of the parent, guardian and/or student.

                                                          CLASS SIZE
Class size will be determined by the content of the class, student age level, and the facilities available. If a class reaches its
full enrollment, you may place your child on the waiting list. Classes with low enrollments may be combined or cancelled.
Parents of students enrolled in a cancelled class will be notified prior to the beginning of that class.




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                                Summer School 2011 Course Offerings
Elementary Students entering 4K–Grade 4
School Site–Woodland Elementary School
                                   Dates: June 7 – June 30 (Unless specified)
                                                      For Students
              Course Title                          Entering Grade(s)            Page
              5K Explorations                       5 yr old Kindergarten        4
              Arts & Crafts                         1&2, 3&4                     4
              Baseball Hitting Leagues              2-4                          4
              Book Cooks                            1&2, 3&4                     4
              Boys Basketball                       1-4                          4
              Computer Fun                          1&2, 3&4                     4
              Creature Creations                    1&2, 3&4                     5
              Dance and Movement                    1&2, 3&4                     5
              Difference Making                     3&4                          5
              Drama                                 1&2, 3&4                     5
              Girls Basketball                      2-4                          6
              Investigations I                      1                            6
              Painting                              1&2, 3&4                     7
              Pee-Wee Golf                          2-5                          7
              Science Exploration                   2-4                          8
              Sport Fun                             1&2, 3&4                     8
              Storytelling                          1&2, 3&4                     8
              Tennis                                Ages 5-10                    8
              Tot-Sports                            Ages 4 & 5                   8
              Tot-Time                              Ages 4 & 5                   8
              Young Science Magician                1&2                          9



Intermediate/Middle School Students entering Grades 5 – 9
School Site–Woodland Intermediate School
                                    Dates: June 7 – June 30 (Unless specified)

                                             For Students
              Course Title                  Entering Grade(s)                    Page
              Arts & Crafts                        5-7                           4
              Baseball Hitting Leagues             5-9                           4
              Boys Basketball                      5-9                           4
              Chess/Cribbage                       5-8                           4
              Computer Fun Intermediate            5-8                           4
              Cooking for Life                     5-8                           5
              Crafts Around the World              6-8                           5
              Creative Writing                     5-7                           5
              Creature Creations                   5-7                           5
              Difference Making                    5-8                           5
              Girls Basketball                     5-9                           6
              Junior Golf                          6&7                           6
              Junkbox Wars                         5-7                           6
              Knitting Basics                      5-7                           6
              Leadership & Team Building           5-7                           6
              Marketing & Advertising              6-8                           7
              Math Fun                             5-7                           7


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                     Summer School 2011 Course Offerings – Continued
Intermediate/Middle School Students entering Grades 5 – 9 (Continued)
School Site–Woodland Intermediate School
                                     Dates: June 7– June 30(Unless specified)

                                             For Students
              Course Title                  Entering Grade(s)                                Page
              Online Scrapbooking                  6-8                                       7
              Public Speaking                      6-8                                       7
              River Studies                        5&6                                       7
              Science Exploration                  5-7                                       8
              Scrapbooking                         5-7                                       8
              Sport Fun                            5-7                                       8
              Tennis                               Ages 11-15                                8
              Volleyball –Lady Makers              5-9                                       9
              Youth Football Skills                5-8                                       9




High School Courses
School Site – Kimberly High School
                                  Dates: Session 1       June 7–June 27 (Unless specified)
                                          Session 2   July 5–July 25 (Unless specified)
                                               For Students
              Course Title                  Entering Grade(s)                           Page
              High School English                  10-12                                  9
              High School Golf                      9-12                                  9
              High School Science                  10-12                                  9
              High School Social Studies           10-12                                  9




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5K Explorations
This activity-based class will allow children to discover more about themselves and the world around them through a variety
of creative activities. Music, art, movement, exploration, and the children’s own creativity will help build readiness skills.
Student Fee: $TBD

           For students entering 5-year-old Kindergarten             Time: 2-hour class between 8:00 - 12:00
           Location: Woodland Elementary

Arts & Crafts
Students will enjoy using their creativity to express themselves through various arts and crafts projects. This is a hands-on,
active class for students interested in creating their own unique masterpieces. The activities will be geared to the age level of
the class. Student fee: $TBD

           Elementary School                                         Intermediate/Middle School
           Section 1: Entering grades 1&2                            For students entering grades 5-7
           Section 2: Entering grades 3&4                            Location: Woodland Intermediate
           Location: Woodland Elementary                             Time:     1 hour class between 8:00 - 12:00
           Time:      1 hour class between 8:00 - 12:00

Baseball – Hitting Leagues (See attached flyer for additional information)
The Hitting Leagues are designed to help players become better offensive players. The hitting leagues consist of three
weeks of hitting drills, fundamentals, games, and challenges. Each player will get a minimum of 150 swings per session. The
leagues are tailored to create smarter, better, more efficient baseball players who love to compete. Players will also work on
several defensive skills throughout the leagues. Student Fee: TBD

           For students entering grades 2-9                          Schedule, Location & Time: TBD

Boys Basketball
Organized basketball skill development will be held for boys entering grades 4-9 conducted by the KHS Boys Basketball
Coaches.

           For students entering grades 1-9                          Schedule, Location & Time: TBD

Book Cooks
Do you like to read? Do you like to eat? If you answered yes, then this is the class for you! We will begin each class with a
read aloud. After the story, we will put on our chef’s hat and make a food from the story. The recipes we will be using are
simple and can be done at home as well. Come and join the fun! Student Fee: $TBD

           For students entering grades 2-4                          Time: 1 hour class between 8:00 – 12:00
           Location: Woodland Elementary

Chess/Cribbage
Learn to play chess and cribbage. In the first half of class we will learn the fundamentals of chess. In the second half, we will
learn the fundamentals of two-handed cribbage. There will also be a tournament amongst the class members in both chess
and cribbage.

           For students entering grades 5-8                          Time: 1 hour class between 8:00 – 12:00
           Location: Woodland Intermediate

Computer Fun
Students will explore many different computer programs to practice skills, create projects, or use the Internet. The activities
will be designed for students’ age level. Student Fee: $TBD

           Elementary School                                         Intermediate/Middle School
           Section 1: Entering grades 1&2                            For students entering grades 5-8
           Section 2: Entering grades 3&4                            Location: Woodland Intermediate
           Location: Woodland Elementary                             Time:     1 hour class between 8:00 – 12:00
           Time:      1 hour class between 8:00 – 12:00


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Cooking for Life
This class will provide students with a general background in basic cooking and nutrition in the kitchen. Students will prepare
breakfast, lunch, dinner, and desserts. If time allows the students may also do some outdoor grilling. Student Fee: $TBD

           For students entering grades 5-7                          Time: 1 hour class between 8:00 – 12:00
           Location: Woodland Intermediate

Crafts Around the World
Students will explore various cultures and festivities through reading and crafts. Some of the countries we will explore are
Spain, Mexico, France, and Germany. Come travel with crafts! Student Fee: $TBD

            For students entering grades 6-8                         Time: 1 hour class between 8:00 – 12:00
            Location: Woodland Intermediate

Creative Writing
Let the creative juices flow as we explore the ins and outs of creative writing! Students will respond to daily writing prompts
and learn how to plan and organize for a variety of writing experiences: class collaboration stories, fiction, poetry, descriptive
writing, and more. Join us for a memorable month of writing and fun!

            For students entering grades 5-7                         Time: 1 hour class between 8:00 – 12:00
            Location: Woodland Intermediate

Creature Creations
Your student will create three dimensional ―creatures‖ by working with clay, Sculpey, paper mache, and other materials.
Each week we will focus on a different area: basic sculpting, sewing, and puppetry. Student Fee: $TBD

           Elementary School                                         Intermediate/Middle School
           Section 1: Entering grades 1&2                            For students entering grades 5-7
           Section 2: Entering grades 3&4                            Location: Woodland Intermediate
           Location: Woodland Elementary                             Time:     1 hour class between 8:00 – 12:00
           Time:      1 hour class between 8:00 – 12:00

Dance & Movement
Students will experience music through movement, dance and games.

           Section 1: Entering grades 1&2                            Location: Woodland Elementary
           Section 2: Entering grades 3&4                            Time:     1 hour class between 8:00 – 12:00

Difference Making
Students discover the power of giving, by working in small groups to create projects that will impact the local community. In
addition, they are introduced to the many heroes who selflessly give from their heart; like Ryan Hreljac, who founded his own
organization in the fifth grade that helped people of Africa access clean water. A spark will ignite in each student as they
realize the many ways they can give! Student Fee: $TBD

            Elementary School                                        Intermediate/Middle School
            For students entering grades 3&4                         For students entering grades 5-8
            Location: Woodland Elementary                            Location: Woodland Intermediate
            Time:     1 hour class between 8:00 – 12:00              Time:     1 hour class between 8:00 – 12:00

Drama
Students will practice their acting and memorization skills as they prepare to present a play. They will also assist in making
scenery and props as needed for the production. Student fee: $TBD

           Section 1: Entering grades 1&2                            Location: Woodland Elementary
           Section 2: Entering grades 3&4                            Time:     1 hour class between 8:00 – 12:00




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Environmental Education
This course is sure to bring out the nature nut in you! Spend time learning about the world around you and exploring your
natural surroundings by playing games and doing hands-on activities. Join this class to find out more about the animal world,
forests, and how to keep our environment healthy and clean! Student Fee: $TBD

             For students entering grades 3&4                          Time: 1 hour class between 8:00 – 12:00
             Location: Woodland Elementary

Girls Basketball
An organized basketball skill development program for girls entering grades 4-9, conducted by the KHS Girls Basketball
Coaches.

             For students entering grades 1-9                         Schedule, Location & Time: TBD

Investigations 1
Students will be introduced to many first grade experiences through reading, writing, cooking, and art. Students will have fun
                                                                      st
while they are learning! This class serves as an introduction to fun 1 grade learning activities. Student Fee: $TBD

             For students entering grade 1                             Time: 2 hour class between 8:00 – 12:00
             Location: Woodland Elementary

Junior Golf
Students will be instructed on various aspects of the game followed by on-course practice of the concepts taught. Most days,
students will be playing 9 holes per class, but will only be supervised during the listed times of the class. This time will include
instruction and about 3 holes of on course work. Student Fee: TBD

          For students entering grades 6&7                           Schedule, Location & Time: TBD

Junkbox Wars
Teams of students work together to solve a challenge using a ―junk box‖ filled with everyday items. Example: Use the
following items to launch a marshmallow peep the farthest distance: string, mouse trap, rubber bands, popsicle sticks, paper
plates, plastic spoons, and tape. Teams of students will compete against each other. Time will be allotted for planning,
research, construction, and testing. Student Fee: $TBD

             For students entering grades 5-7                         Time: 1 hour class between 8:00 – 12:00
             Location: Woodland Intermediate

Knitting Basics
Students in this class will learn the basics of knitting including casting on, knitting, purling, and binding off. They will have the
opportunity to complete a simple project such as a pot trivet or fashion scarf. Student Fee: $TBD

             For students entering grades 5-7                          Time: 1 hour class between 8:00 – 12:00
             Location: Woodland Intermediate

Leadership and Team Building Skills
What is a leader? What makes someone a good leader? Time will be spent learning the answers to these questions along
with things that will help students in the future. Concepts of cooperation, teamwork, competitiveness, inevitable change,
group dynamics, and many other components of leadership will be covered.

             For students entering grades 5-7                                Time: 1 hour class between 8:00 – 12:00
             Location: Woodland Intermediate




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Marketing & Advertising
Advertising directed at children is estimated at over $15 billion annually – about 2.5 times more than what it was in 1992.
Students will take an exciting journey through the world of marketing and advertising to find out why so many ads are
targeted at children. Throughout the journey they will complete activities related to each of the marketing functions
(promotion, pricing, financing, new or improved product development, marketing research, selling, and distribution). So
come along for the ride and have fun learning along the way! Student Fee: $TBD

            For students entering grades 6-8                         Time: 1 hour class between 8:00 – 12:00
            Location: Woodland Intermediate

Math Fun
Students will explore fun with math by investigating different mathematical functions and their application in our world.
Student fee: $TBD

            For students entering grades 5-7                        Time: 1 hour class between 8:00 – 12:00
            Location: Woodland Intermediate

Online Scrapbooking
Do you have hundreds of pictures saved on your digital camera or zip drive and don’t know what to do with them? If so, this
is the course for you! During this course, you will create an online photo book through www.shutterfly.com. You will learn
how to edit your photos and make an online photo book. You can even create an online album to store your photos! Sign up
to experience the latest technology in scrapbooking today! Student Fee: $TBD (Supplies Needed: Existing photos on
digital camera (&USB cord) or/and zip drive)

                         For students entering grades 6-8           Time: 1 hour class between 8:00 – 12:00
                         Location: Woodland Intermediate

Painting
In painting class you will be able to experience many of the wonderful varieties of paint that exist. These include tempera,
watercolor, acrylic, and more if time allows. We will also be learning about color mixing so students will know how to create
the color they really want instead of settling for what comes out of the container. We will have so much fun creating many
beautiful original paintings on many different painting surfaces. Student Fee $TBD

            Section 1: Entering grades 1&2                          Location: Woodland Elementary
            Section 2: Entering grades 3&4                          Time: 1 hour class between 8:00 – 12:00

Pee Wee Golf
In each class students will receive information on the fundamentals of golf. Students will then have the opportunity to apply
these skills by playing 2-3 holes while accompanied by a Kimberly High School golfer. Student Fee: TBD

           For students entering grades 2-5                        Schedule, Location & Time: TBD

Public Speaking
Effective leadership always requires the skill of good public speaking. Students are introduced to many of the fine speakers
in history, and analyze how they motivate, persuade, influence, inform, and entertain. This pressure-free class teaches future
leaders the oratory skills such as gestures, voice inflection, word choice, speaking notes, audience awareness, and humor.

            For students entering grades 6-8                        Time: 1 hour class between 8:00 – 12:00
            Location: Woodland Intermediate

River Studies
Fishing fundamentals and a team competition are the main focus for this elective class. Additional learning is science-based
and has students studying a range of topics including: the fish of the Fox River, alien invaders (invasive species), water
creatures, the locks system, storm water run-off, and the paper industry. On most days, the class will walk to Sunset Park for
fishing and other learning activities. If weather permits, we may fish in Kaukauna on designated days. A car pool system
and calling tree will be set up to transport students on those days. Student Fee: $TBD

            For students entering grades 5&6                         Time: 2 hour class between 8:00 – 12:00
            Location: M-Th – Woodland Intermediate
                      F - Traveling to other fishing spots

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Science Exploration
    ―A Science World filled with Gizmos and Gadgets!‖ Maybe you’d like to build a contraption that travels on an invisible
 cushion of air. Or would you like to create your own awesome gadgets? Miraculous, you say? Not at all, it’s just SCIENCE
   FUN! This class will explore properties of science as we build gizmos and gadgets and have FUN! Student Fee: $TBD

            Elementary School                                          Intermediate/Middle School
            For students entering grades 3&4                           For students entering grades 5-7
            Location: Woodland Elementary                              Location: Woodland Intermediate
            Time:     1 hour class between 8:00 – 12:00                Time:     1 hour class between 8:00 – 12:00

Scrapbooking
This class will teach the basics of scrapbooking. By adding their own creative touches, students will learn how to create
beautiful and unique scrapbook pages by using colorful paper, fun stickers, original titles, and personal journaling. During
each class we will focus on a different scrapbooking skill or theme. Come and join the fun! Student Fee $TBD

            For students entering grades 5-7                         Time: 1 hour class between 8:00 – 12:00
            Location: Woodland Intermediate

Sport Fun
Students will participate in a variety of games and activities. This class teaches students how to have fun and interact with
others while playing various games. Sportsmanship is reinforced.

            Elementary School                                        Intermediate/Middle School
            Section 1: Entering grades 1&2                           For students entering grades 5-7
            Section 2: Entering grades 3&4                           Location: Woodland Intermediate
            Location: Woodland Elementary                            Time:     1 hour class between 8:00 – 12:00
            Time:      1 hour class between 8:00 – 12:00

Storytelling
  This course will focus on the ancient tradition of storytelling and how stories can change with the storyteller. Students will
 explore voice mechanics, facial and body expression and characterization skills. This course will be divided into 3 different
                                           genres: folktales, fairytales, and tall tales.

            Section 1: Entering grades 1&2                           Location: Woodland Elementary
            Section 2: Entering grades 3&4                           Time:     1 hour class between 8:00 – 12:00

Tennis
This tennis program is run as a cooperative program with the Kimberly Park and Recreation Department’s summer program.
           This program offers a fun and exciting method of skill development and tennis play. Student Fee: $TBD

            For students ages 5-15                                    Schedule, Location & Time: TBD

Tot-Sports
Tot-Sports is run as a cooperative program with the Kimberly Park and Recreation Department’s summer program. This is a
skills development program in which the participants will enjoy a fun and educational introduction to the skills of a new sport
each week. Sports included are baseball, soccer, tennis, golf, basketball, and football. Student Fee: $TBD

            For children ages 4 & 5 years old (as of 9/1/11)         Date/Time: TBD
            Location: Woodland Elementary

Tot-Time
Tot-Time is run as a cooperative program with the Kimberly Park and Recreation Department’s summer program that is
designed to provide creativity, leisure enjoyment, education, and social interaction. Activities include arts and crafts, special
events, and physical fitness. Student Fee: $TBD

            For children ages 4 & 5 years old (as of 9/1/11)         Date/Time: TBD
            Location: Woodland Elementary


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Volleyball
A summer school program for boys and girls interested in improving general volleyball skills. Student will engage in the six
skills of volleyball (passing, setting, blocking, digging, serving and attacking) as well as learn the fundamental basics of
playing an organized game.

            For students entering grades 5-9                        Schedule, Location & Time: TBD

Youth Football Skills
Coach Jorgensen and his staff have designed this program to teach proper techniques and skills in the game of football.
Offensive, defensive and special team play will be covered in this class.
*Sign-up will not be online. Registration information will be posted at schools and/or sent home.

            For students entering grades 5-8                       Schedule, Location & Time: TBD

Young Science Magician
Spark your curiosity for magic and become a science magician. Wave your wand and cast a spellbinding twist to science.
Should you believe what you see? Be captivated by optical illusions and learn about the persistence of vision. Put on your
cape as you concoct mysterious potions and see what mystical science you can pull out of your hat. Abracadabra...it's
Science Magic! Fee: $TBD

            For students entering grades 1&2                       Time: 1 hour class between 8:00 – 12:00
            Location: Woodland Elementary

High School English
This course is designed for students who are credit deficient in this content area. Permission to register must be obtained
from the Guidance Counselor.

            Location: Kimberly High School                         Time: 8:00-11:45
            Dates:    Session 1 June 7 - June 27                   Credit: .5 Credit for each session
                      Session 2 July 5 - July 25

High School Golf
Students will be instructed on various aspects of the game followed by observed practice of the concepts taught.
Student Fee: $TBD

        For students entering grades 9-12                                         Schedule, Location & Time: TBD

High School Science
This course is designed for students who are credit deficient in this content area. Permission to register must be obtained
from the Guidance Counselor.

            Location: Kimberly High School                         Time: 8:00-11:45
            Dates:    Session 1 June 7 - June 27                   Credit: .5 Credit for each session
                      Session 2 July 5 - July 25

High School Social Studies
This course is designed for students who are credit deficient in this content area. Permission to register must be obtained
from the Guidance Counselor.

            Location: Kimberly High School                         Time: 8:00-11:45
            Dates:    Session 1 June 7 - June 27                   Credit: .5 Credit for each session
                      Session 2 July 5 - July 25




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Summer School Offerings
Little Chute Area Schools
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                                             Little Chute School District
                                           2011 Summer School Offerings

                               The following classes meet at the ELEMENTARY SCHOOL.

                                        All classes meet Monday through Friday
                              Classes begin on Monday, June 13 and end on Friday, July 1.

LC-101 Fun With Computers                       Grades 4 - 6             8:00 – 9:20                    No fee
Elementary School                               Computer Lab                     Mrs. Smith
Unleash your creative side using computers! In this class, we will make videos using Flip cameras, Movie Maker, and Photo
Story. We will also play on-line games and much more!

LC-102 Fun with Computers                       Grades 4 - 6             9:30 – 11:00                   No fee
Elementary School                               Computer Lab                     Mrs. Smith
Unleash your creative side using computers! In this class, we will make videos using Flip cameras, Movie Maker, and Photo
Story. We will also play on-line games and much more!

LC-103 Cooking and Nutrition for Kids               Grades 1 - 3             8:00 – 9:20                    Fee: $10.00
Elementary School                                   Multipurpose Room                       Mrs. Lingnofski
Come and be transported back to the time of medieval castles and dragons. With the help of Little D the Dinosaur and the
Royal Family, you will learn the basics of good nutrition, the five food groups and the importance of physical activity. There
will be cooking experiences, games, and activities.
Please list food allergies on the registration form.

LC-104 Cooking and Nutrition for Kids               Grades 1 - 3             9:30 – 10:50                   Fee: $10.00
Elementary School                                   Multipurpose Room                       Mrs. Lingnofski
Come and be transported back to the time of medieval castles and dragons. With the help of Little D the Dinosaur and the
Royal Family, you will learn the basics of good nutrition, the five food groups and the importance of physical activity. There
will be cooking experiences, games, and activities.
Please list food allergies on the registration form.

LC-105 Explore the World of Cooking and Nutrition Grades 3 - 5        11:00 – 12:20                    Fee: $10.00
Elementary School                                   Multipurpose Room                  Mrs. Lingnofski
Come spend the summer at Pyramid Café where you will learn about nutrition and try out simple recipes.
Please list food allergies on the registration form.

LC-106 Dodgeball                                  Grades 4 - 9            8:00 – 9:20                  No fee
Elementary School                                 Elementary Playground Field             Mrs. Weyenberg
This course will work on and develop basic dodgeball skills through intermediate competitive play.
Class will be held indoors in case of rain (room 131)

LC-107 Everyday Fun!                            Grades 1 – 6             8:00 – 9:20                      Fee: $5.00
Elementary School                               Room 122                                  Mrs. Hoffman
 Make every day of summer fun! Activities in this class include: arts and crafts, party games, baking, scavenger hunts, and
                               more! Please list food allergies on the registration form.

LC-108 Everyday Fun!                             Grades 1 – 6              9:30 – 10:50                   Fee: $5.00
Elementary School                               Room 122                                  Mrs. Hoffman
 Make every day of summer fun! Activities in this class include: arts and crafts, party games, baking, scavenger hunts, and
                               more! Please list food allergies on the registration form.

LC-109 Everyday Fun!                               Grades 1 – 6           11:00 – 12:20                   Fee: $5.00
Elementary School                                  Room 122                               Mrs. Hoffman
Make every day of summer fun! Activities in this class include: arts and crafts, party games, baking, scavenger hunts, and
more! Please list food allergies on the registration form.

LC-110 Getting Ready for First Grade             Grade 1        8:00 – 12:20 (note extended time)        Fee: $5.00
Elementary School                                Room 134                               Mrs. Kosch
 Students learn beginning reading, writing, math, and expected classroom behaviors in order to prepare them for first grade.
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LC-111 Football/Dodgeball                       Grades 4 - 9               11:00 – 12:20                    No fee
Elementary School                               Elementary Playground Field                        Mrs. Weyenberg
This course will work on and develop basic football/dodgeballl skills through intermediate competitive play.
                                   Class will be held indoors in case of rain. (room 131)

LC-112 Games, Games, and More Games          Grades 1 - 6              8:00 – 9:20                      No fee
Elementary School                            Playground                                Mr. Maronek
Outside sport games, inside games, board games . . . We will have fun by keeping busy. Class will be held indoors in case
of rain. (Gym)

LC-113 Games, Games, and More Games          Grades 1 - 6              9:30 – 10:50                     No fee
Elementary School                            Playground                               Mr. Maronek
Outside sport games, inside games, board games . . . We will have fun by keeping busy.Class will be held indoors in case of
rain. (Gym)

LC-114 Games, Games, and More Games          Grades 1 - 6              11:00 – 12:20                   No fee
Elementary School                            Playground                               Mr. Maronek
Outside sport games, inside games, board games . . . We will have fun by keeping busy. Class will be held indoors in case
of rain. (Gym)

LC-115 Gymnastics For All Ages                Grades K - 1             8:00 – 9:20                             No fee
Elementary School                             Gym                                         Miss Winter
Learn gymnastics fundamentals. Start with a warm-up, stretch, condition (strength),flexibility, skills at different stations based
                                                  on different levels.

LC-116 Gymnastics For All Ages                Grades 2 - 3             9:30 – 10:50                           No fee
Elementary School                             Gym                                        Miss Winter
Learn gymnastics fundamentals. Start with a warm-up, stretch, condition (strength),flexibility,skills at different stations based
                                                  on different levels.

LC-117 Gymnastics For All Ages                Grades 4 - 5             11:00 – 12:20                          No fee
Elementary School                             Gym                                        Miss Winter
Learn gymnastics fundamentals. Start with a warm-up, stretch, condition (strength),flexibility,skills at different stations based
                                                  on different levels.

LC-118 Journal Making and More                      Grades 4 - 6                11:00 – 12:20              Fee: $6.00
Elementary School                                   Room 221                                   Mrs. Hulvey
Roll up your sleeves and bring your creativity! Join the fun as we make a variety of journals using many types of materials . .
 interesting papers, paint, items in nature, fabric and much more. To some of the journals we’ll add our own creative writing,
                              while others will remain blank for you to fill later. Come create with us!

LC-119 Kickball                                 Grades 4 – 9              9:30 – 10:50                      No fee
Elementary School                               Elementary Playground Field                Mrs. Weyenberg
This course will work on and develop basic kickball skills through intermediate competitive play. Class will be held indoors in
case of rain. (room 131)

LC-120 Getting Ready for Kindergarten             Age 5 before September 1        8:00 – 10:50            Fee: $5.00
                                                                              (Note extended time)
Elementary School                              Room 115                                   Mrs. Van Gompel
Getting students ready for kindergarten! Each day includes a learning activity, read-aloud, and snack revolving around a fun,
                        age-appropriate theme. There will be additional enrichment and recess time.

LC-121 Accelerated Math and Math Games Grades 2 - 4                    8:00 – 9:20                      Fee: $4.00
Elementary School                                Room 221                              Mrs. Hulvey
   Math + computer = Lots of FUN! A great class for students who love math and for those who need a little more practice.
 We’ll use the Accelerated Math program and play fun indoor and outdoor games to practice our math skills and facts. Back
                    by popular demand . . . the Egg Drop! Come and join us for math, games, and FUN!



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LC-122 Accelerated Math and Math Games Grades 4 - 6                    9:30 – 10:50                     Fee: $4.00
Elementary School                              Room 221                                Mrs. Hulvey
Math + computer = Lots of FUN! A great class for students who love math and for those who need a little more practice.
We’ll use the Accelerated Math program and play fun indoor and outdoor games to practice our math skills and facts. Back
by popular demand . . . the Egg Drop! Come and join us for math, games, and FUN!

LC-123 Fun With Physics                           Grades 4 – 5            9:30 – 10:50                  Fee: $10.00
Elementary School                                 Room 123                             Mrs. Wiedenhaupt
Come explore the physics of motion and design by constructing a vehicle made out of plastic construction materials, weights,
 rubber bands, and propellers. Through various experiments you will see how gravity effects motion and apply the concepts
                                        of friction and kinetic and potential energy.

LC-124 Getting Ready for Preschool           Age 4 before September 1          8:00 – 9:20                 Fee: $2.00
Elementary School                            Room 117                                   Mrs. Schultz
                         Social and fine motor activities to help students adjust to preschool.

LC-125 Getting Ready for Preschool           Age 4 before September 1          9:30 – 10:50                Fee: $2.00
Elementary School                            Room 117                                   Mrs. Schultz
                         Social and fine motor activities to help students adjust to preschool.


LC-126 Reading Enrichment                           Grade 2                          8:00 – 9:20              No fee
         Sh! Quiet As a Mouse
Elementary School                                   Room 225                                  Mrs. Fanta
  This course is for all children who like to have fun with reading! Students will read books and stories both individually and
cooperatively, and become involved in assignments and many activities that go along with what we are reading. Time will be
provided for teacher read-aloud, individual book selection and reading, and journal writing. Assistance in developing reading
                     and writing skills and strategies will be provided. We will explore the theme of ―Mice‖.

LC-127 Reading Enrichment                           Grade 3                          9:30 – 10:50            No fee
         Monkey Around With Good Books
Elementary School                                   Room 225                                 Mrs. Fanta
  This course is for all children who like to have fun with reading! Students will read books and stories both individually and
cooperatively, and become involved in assignments and many activities that go along with what we are reading. Time will be
provided for teacher read-aloud, individual book selection and reading, and journal writing. Assistance in developing reading
                  and writing skills and strategies will be provided. We will explore the theme of ―Monkeys‖.

LC-128 Reading Enrichment                            Grades 4 - 5                    11:00 – 12:20           No fee
         Welcome to the Reading Jungle
Elementary School                                    Room 225                                Mrs. Fanta
  This course is for all children who like to have fun with reading! Students will read books and stories both individually and
cooperatively, and become involved in assignments and many activities that go along with what we are reading. Time will be
provided for teacher read-aloud, individual book selection and reading, and journal writing. Assistance in developing reading
  and writing skills and strategies will be provided. We will explore the theme of ―Dragons and Jungles‖ with fourth graders.
                                            Fifth graders will read books by Judy Blume.

LC-129 Beginning Spanish                            Grades 3 - 5                    8:00 – 9:20           Fee: $5.00
Elementary School                                   Room 123                          Mrs. Wiedenhaupt
 This course will introduce students to the Spanish language and culture. Learning will take place through songs, games, art
                                      activities, basic vocabulary, conversation, and more.

LC-130 Summer Spanish                            Grades 4 - 6                    8:00 – 9:20             Fee: $5.00
Elementary School                                Room 130                                 Mrs. Jones
A fun project oriented Spanish class incorporating learning numbers, days, colors, and other basic phrases along with cultural
                                                           projects.

LC-131 Summer Spanish                            Grades 4 - 6                    9:30 – 10:50            Fee: $5.00
Elementary School                                Room 130                                 Mrs. Jones
A fun project oriented Spanish class incorporating learning numbers, days, colors, and other basic phrases along with cultural
                                                           projects.

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                                    The following classes meet at the MIDDLE SCHOOL:

                                        All classes meet Monday through Friday.
                               Classes begin on Monday, June 13 and end on Friday, July 1.

LC-132 Volleyball                         Grades 6 - 8                         9:30 – 10:50                      No fee
Middle School                                      Gym                                         Miss Justman
 Students will learn and practice all basic individual skills of volleyball, including passing, setting, serving, and hitting. Fun,
                                     friendly games and competitions will be played daily.

LC-133 Volleyball                         Grades 3 - 5                         11:00 – 12:20                     No fee
Middle School                             Gym                                          Miss Justman
 Students will learn and practice all basic individual skills of volleyball, including passing, setting, serving, and hitting. Fun,
                                     friendly games and competitions will be played daily.


                                      The following classes meet at the HIGH SCHOOL:

                                        All classes meet Monday through Friday.
                               Classes begin on Monday, June 13 and end on Friday, July 1.

LC-134 Basketball                          Grades 6 - 9                     11:00 – 12:20                   No fee
High School                                Field House                              Mr. Webster
Players will get in depth instruction on how to shoot the basketball while being fundamentally sound. Players will also have
the opportunity to critique themselves via videotape – each player will have themselves recorded while shooting, and a
classroom session will follow, as each player recognizes the fundamentals of their shot. As the program progresses, we will
work on shooting off the dribble. Throughout the entire class ―shot preparation‖ will be a constant focus. Please have tennis
shoes or basketball shoes and comfortable clothes for physical activity.

LC-135 Cooking                            Grades 2 – 6                    8:00 – 9:20                           Fee: $12.00
High School                               Room H236                                Mrs. Calmes
Students will learn how to follow recipes to make food for snacks, breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert.

LC-136 Cooking                            Grades 2 - 6                    9:30 – 10:50                          Fee: $12.00
High School                               Room H236                                Mrs. Calmes
Students will learn how to follow recipes to make food for snacks, breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert.

LC-137 Cooking                            Grades 2 - 6                    11:00 – 12:20                         Fee: $12.00
High School                               Room H236                                Mrs. Calmes
Students will learn how to follow recipes to make food for snacks, breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert.

LC-138 Golf                                Grades 4 - 8                      9:30 – 10:50                       Fee: $5.00
                                                                                                             plus greens fees
High School                              Northeast Corner                           Mr. Pratt
Students will learn the fundamentals of golf. All aspects of the game will be discussed and practiced. Etiquette and the rules
 of the game will be addressed. Students must have their own clubs. The culminating activity will be nine holes of golf at a
                  local golf course. Class will be held indoors in case of rain. (Back part of field house)

LC-139 Golf                                Grades 4 – 8                      11:00 – 12:20                      Fee: $5.00
                                                                                                             plus greens fees
High School                              Northeast Corner                           Mr. Pratt
Students will learn the fundamentals of golf. All aspects of the game will be discussed and practiced. Etiquette and the rules
 of the game will be addressed. Students must have their own clubs. The culminating activity will be nine holes of golf at a
                  local golf course. Class will be held indoors in case of rain. (Back part of field house)

LC-140 Sew What!                         Grades 4 – 9                        8:00 – 9:20                    Fee: $15.00
High School                              Room H238                                   Mrs. Head
 Sew What! is a fun class for any level sewer. Students will make a hand stitched project. They will choose a stuffed animal
               or sports ball project appropriate for their sewing skills, and sew that kit on a sewing machine.
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LC-141 Sew What!                         Grades 4 – 9                        9:30 – 10:50                   Fee: $15.00
High School                              Room H238                                   Mrs. Head
 Sew What! is a fun class for any level sewer. Students will make a hand stitched project. They will choose a stuffed animal
               or sports ball project appropriate for their sewing skills, and sew that kit on a sewing machine.

LC-142 Sew What!                         Grades 4 – 9                        11:00 – 12:20                  Fee: $15.00
High School                              Room H238                                   Mrs. Head
 Sew What! is a fun class for any level sewer. Students will make a hand stitched project. They will choose a stuffed animal
               or sports ball project appropriate for their sewing skills, and sew that kit on a sewing machine.

LC-143 Theatre and Forensics              Grades 6 – 8                      8:00 – 9:20                      No fee
High School                               Auditorium                                Mr. Frankenberg
  ―Drama is an essential form of behavior in all cultures; it is a fundamental human activity.‖ Have fun learning basic theatre
 acting techniques and forensics skills with high school theatre director and forensics coach Bob Frankenberg. We will have
 fun with skits, improvisation, and other theatrical games as well as learn a bit about high school productions and forensics.

LC-144 Theatre and Forensics               Grades 6 – 8                     9:30 – 10:50                     No fee
High School                                Auditorium                               Mr. Frankenberg
  ―Drama is an essential form of behavior in all cultures; it is a fundamental human activity.‖ Have fun learning basic theatre
 acting techniques and forensics skills with high school theatre director and forensics coach Bob Frankenberg. We will have
  fun with skits, improvisation, and othertheatrical games as well as learn a bit about high school productions and forensics.

LC-145 Lady Mustang Weight Training Grades 9 – 12                          8:00 – 9:20                      No fee
         and Conditioning
High School                               Weight Room                      Mrs. Maass and Mr. Webster
 This class is designed to teach proper lifting technique while developing strength, speed, vertical jump and agility to prevent
                                            injury and improve physical performance.

LC-146 Mustang Weight                      Grades 11 - 12                   6:30 – 7:50                  No fee
       Training and Speed Advancement                                       (note early time)
High School                                Weight Room                      Mr. Evers and Mr. Van Eperen
This course will be offered for students that are interested in improving their physical abilities.

LC-147 Mustang Weight                      Grades 9 - 10                    9:30 – 10:50                    No fee
        Training and Speed Advancement
High School                                Weight Room                      Mr. Enz and Mr. Evers
This course will be offered for students that are interested in improving their physical abilities.

LC-148 Mustang Weight                     Grades 7 - 8                    11:00 – 12:20                    No fee
        Training and Speed Introduction and Development
High School                               Weight Room                     Mr. Enz and Mr. Vanderzanden
Techniques and drills will be taught to help students advance physically and gain confidence in and out of athletics.

LC-149 Creative Woodshop                   Grades 2 – 8                      8:00 – 9:20                     Fee: $10.00
High School                                Woods Room                                Mr. Greuel
This course is for the little woodworker in us all. Past projects have included the excavator, mobile crane, and dragster.
Come and make a great toy!

LC-150 Creative Woodshop                   Grades 2 – 8                      9:30 – 10:50                    Fee: $10.00
High School                                Woods Room                                Mr. Greuel
This course is for the little woodworker in us all. Past projects have included the excavator, mobile crane, and dragster.
Come and make a great toy!

LC-151 Creative Woodshop                   Grades 2 – 8                      11:00 – 12:20                   Fee: $10.00
High School                                Woods Room                                Mr. Greuel
This course is for the little woodworker in us all. Past projects have included the excavator, mobile crane, and dragster.
Come and make a great toy!



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             Menasha Joint School District Summer School Adventure
              Online Registration begins March 8, 2011 at 4:00 p.m.

Registration will be online and begin at 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 8, 2011. The last day you will be able to register for
summer classes will be May 27, 2011 at 10:00 p.m. NO REGISTRATIONS WILL BE TAKEN THE FIRST DAY OF SUMMER
SCHOOL.

Summer School Adventure Dates:                          Monday through Thursday, June 13, 2011 – July 14, 2011.
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                                                        No school July 4 .

Summer School Adventure Times:                       Block 1 7:45 AM – 9:25 AM
                                                     Block 2 9:30 AM –11:10 AM
                                                     Block 3 11:15 AM – 12:25 PM

Summer School Credit Recovery Dates:                 June 13, 2011 - July 1, 2011
                                                     July 5, 2011 – July 22, 2011

Summer School Credit Recovery Times:                 Monday through Friday, 7:30 – 11:30

Locations:                                  Credit Recovery – Menasha High School
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                                                            420 7 Street, Menasha

                                          Summer School Adventure – Clovis Grove Elementary School
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                                                                    974 9 Street, Menasha

Registration Procedures:

        Go to www.mjsd.k12.wi.us and click on the summer school link. This will take you to the registration page.
        You will need a user name and password to register online.
            o If you are currently enrolled in Menasha schools, your user name is your child’s student number (found on their report
                 card). The password is your child’s six digit birth date (EX: July 23, 1999, password: 072399).
            o If you are not currently enrolled in Menasha schools, you must fill out the online registration form by clicking the
                 “register” link on the left side of this page. A user name and password will be sent to you via email, after you have
                 registered.
            o All online registrations require payment by a credit/debit card. If you do not have a credit/debit card, you can pay for
                 the course by cash or check, but payment is due within 10 business days of your registration. If your payment is not
                 received, your child will be unenrolled and you will have to re-enroll your child for that class. You can stop by or mail
                 your payment to: Nicolet Elementary School, ATTN: Summer School Secretary, 449 Ahnaip Street, Menasha, WI
                 54952. The school is open between the hours of 7:30 AM and 3:45 PM, Monday through Friday.
            o ALL FEES MUST BE PAID BY WITHIN 10 BUSINESS DAYS OF YOUR REGISTRATION IN ORDER TO SECURE YOUR CHILD’S
                 ENROLLMENT.
        Once a class is full, it will be closed. Parents will have the option to put their child on a wait list.


TRANSPORTATION:

Transportation to and from summer school is the responsibility of the parent, guardian, or student. Bussing is available for a
nominal fee. To make bus arrangements, please contact Lamers Bus Service at 920-832-8800.




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                           MENASHA HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT RECOVERY COURSE OFFERINGS
                                   Courses are for credit deficient students only.


   Session I:    June 13, 2011 to July 1, 2011
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   Session II: July 5, 2011 to July 22, 2011. NO CLASS MONDAY, JULY 4                      (Independence Day). Make-up time for this
                         day is to be determined.

   Attendance policy is as follows:

        Summer school credit recovery classes are a privilege, not a right. Daily attendance, the right attitude, and effort will allow
        credit to be earned.

        All Menasha Joint School District and Menasha High School policies are in place during the school year are in effect during
        summer school.

        There is a NO ABSENCE/NO TARDY POLICY for summer school, except in the case of a family emergency or doctor-excused
        illness. All missed work must be completed.

        All appointments, including court appointments, must be scheduled for non-school hours.


                           All Classes are held Monday through Friday from 7:30 am to 11:30 am
COURSE:                   CREDIT RECOVERY – MATHEMATICS (.5 Credit)
Section ID                9000 Algebra         June 13 – July 1
                          9001 Applied Algebra June 13 – July 1
                          9002 Applied Math July 5 – July 22
                          9003 Geometry               July 5 – July 22

LOCATION:                   Menasha High School
COST:                       $6.00
COURSE:                   CREDIT RECOVERY – ENGLISH (.5 Credit)
Section ID                9101 English 9            June 13 – July 1 or July 5 – July 22
                          9102 English 10           June 13 – July 1 or July 5 – July 22
                          9103 English 11/12 June 13 – July 1

LOCATION:                   Menasha High School
COST:                       $6.00
COURSE:                   CREDIT RECOVERY – SCIENCE (.5 Credit)
Section ID                9201 Biology      June 13 – July 1
                          9202 Science 9           July 5 – July 22

LOCATION:                  Menasha High School
COST:                      $6.00
COURSE:                   CREDIT RECOVERY – SOCIAL STUDIES (.5 Credit)
Section ID                9301 U.S. History    June 13 – July 1
                          9302 Civics          July 5 – July 22
                          9303 World History July 5 – July 22LOCATION:                      Menasha High School
COST:                      $6.00




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                             READINESS CLASSES
COURSE:        EARLY LEARNERS 4

GRADE LEVEL:   Must turn 4 yrs. old on or before Sept. 1, 2011

DESCRIPTION:   This class will enhance social skill development through structured classroom activities
               covering readiness skills, creativity, and social interests/talents. Students will enlarge
               vocabulary, develop verbal fluency, memory skills, and develop creative interest in art and
               music.

SECTION ID     1101              7:45 – 9:25
               1102              9:30 – 11:10

LOCATION:      Clovis Grove Elementary

COST:          $6.00

COURSE:        GETTING READY FOR KINDERGARTEN -- SPANISH/ENGLISH BILINGUAL

GRADE LEVEL:   Must turn 5 yrs. old on or before Sept. 1, 2011

DESCRIPTION:   Emphasizes language arts, such as oral communication, printing, and sequencing stories.
               Activities include music, art, coloring, and physical games. Students will also gain valuable
               socialization experiences. Recommended for all bilingual children entering kindergarten at
               Gegan Elementary School in the fall of 2011.

SECTION ID     1201           7:45 – 9:25

LOCATION:      Clovis Grove Elementary

COST:          $6.00

COURSE:        GETTING READY FOR KINDERGARTEN

GRADE LEVEL:   Must turn 5 yrs. old on or before Sept. 1, 2011

DESCRIPTION:   Emphasizes language arts, such as oral communication, printing, sequencing stories.
               Activities include music, art, coloring, and physical games. Students will also gain valuable
               socialization experiences. Recommended for all students entering kindergarten in the fall.

SECTION ID     1301           7:45 – 9:25
               1302           9:30 – 11:10

LOCATION:      Clovis Grove Elementary

COST:          $6.00




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COURSE:        READY! SET! READ!

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. K-1

DESCRIPTION:   This class will help instill beginning readers with a love for reading which can lead to life-long
               learning. Storytelling and author shares will help expose young readers to different types of
               literature. Creating picture books and journaling will also encourage budding readers.
               Exploring simple word families and sounds makes early reading fun.

SECTION ID     1401 (K)       7:45 – 9:25
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               1402 (1 )      9:30 – 11:10

LOCATION:      Clovis Grove Elementary

COST:          $6.00


COURSE:        JUMP START TO 1ST GRADE

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 1

DESCRIPTION:   Don’t let your child lose their kindergarten knowledge, In this class, activities will focus in
               promoting retention of kindergarten skills and preparing for first grade. Reading readiness,
               math, and social skills will be emphasized.

SECTION ID     1501           7:45 – 9:25
               1502           9:30 – 11:10

LOCATION:      Clovis Grove Elementary

COST:          $6.00


COURSE:        GETTING READY FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 6

DESCRIPTION:   Helping students transition to middle school is the focus of this course. Students will learn
               how to be more effective, actively involved, and independent learners. Students will set goals,
               prioritize, get organized, manage time, take notes, plan for projects, and learn test taking
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               strategies. This class is open to students entering 6 grade.

SECTION ID     1601           7:45 – 9:25
               1602           9:30 – 11:10

LOCATION:      Clovis Grove Elementary

COST:          $6.00


COURSE:        KIDS WHO CARE

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 3-8

DESCRIPTION:   Positive character traits are developed through practice. This course gives students an
               opportunity to give back in tangible ways to their community. In the process, students will
               learn that they can make a difference in serving others. Students will learn how to be a
               contributing member of our community.

SECTION ID     1701           7:45 – 9:25 (Gr. 3-5)
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LOCATION:      Clovis Grove Elementary
COST:          $6.00
COURSE:        STRENGTHENING MATH AND SCIENCE

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 8 & 9

DESCRIPTION:   Do you need a boost in math and science? The emphasis in this class is on basic math skills
               taught along with a unit study of science concepts commonly taught in Grades 7-8.

SECTION ID     2001          8:00 – 10:00

LOCATION:      Menasha High School

COST:          $6.00

COURSE:        SUCCESS IN ENGLISH AND SOCIAL STUDIES

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 8-9

DESCRIPTION:   Are you looking to be successful in English and Social Studies? This class has a social
               studies theme with a study of concepts combined with an emphasis on writing and language
               skills that are commonly taught in Grades 7-8.

SECTION ID     2101          10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

LOCATION:      Menasha High School

COST:          $6.00

COURSE:        CORE CLASS REVIEW

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 7

DESCRIPTION:   Students will improve their basic skills in reading, math, science, and social studies through
               daily practice and skill building exercises. Students will also learn and practice study
               strategies and techniques that can be used in school or at home.

SECTION ID     2201          8:00 AM – 12:00 PM

LOCATION:      Menasha High School

COST:          $6.00

COURSE:        FOCUS ON MATH

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 1-6

DESCRIPTION:   Do you feel like you can take your math skills even farther? This class focuses on increasing
               math achievement levels for students in grades 1-6.

SECTION ID     8301          7:45 – 9:25

LOCATION:      Clovis Grove Elementary

COST:          $6.00




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COURSE:         REV UP FOR READING!

GRADE LEVEL:    For students entering Gr. 1-6

DESCRIPTION:    Even though it’s summer, do you remember how nice it was to cuddle up with a book in the
                winter time? This class focuses on increasing reading and writing achievement levels for
                students in grades 1-6.

SECTION ID      8200             9:30 – 11:10

LOCATION:       Clovis Grove Elementary

COST:           $6.00


COURSE:        LITERACY SKILLS FOR SUCCESS
GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 7-9
DESCRIPTION:    This course is designed for students who need intense and direct instruction in all areas of
                literacy, but more specifically in reading, writing, and word identification. The primary focus
                will be using strategies that build fluency, vocabulary development, comprehension, and
                writing skills. Teacher recommendation is required to enroll in this course.
SECTION ID:     8300
LOCATION:       Menasha High School
COST:           $6.00




               BILINGUAL & ELL CLASSES
COURSE:         SPANISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

GRADE LEVEL:    For students entering Gr. 1-6

DESCRIPTION:    Vocabulary development, fluency, culture and the environment of learning a language are the
                foci of this course. This course is for students who have been taught the Spanish language.

SECTION ID      3001 (Gr.1-3)      7:45 – 9:25
                3002 (Gr. 4-6)     9:30 – 11:10

LOCATION:       Clovis Grove Elementary

COST:           $6.00

COURSE:         ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS (ELL)

GRADE LEVEL:    For students entering Gr. 2-6

DESCRIPTION:    This class includes speaking, listening, reading and writing activities. Arts and crafts,
                computers and mathematics practice centered around weekly themes promote English
                language acquisition. Reading and comprehensive strategies are taught to facilitate mastery
                and enjoyment of literature. This class is open for ELL students who are in Levels 1-6.

SECTION ID      3101             7:45 – 9:25
                3102             9:30 – 11:10

LOCATION:       Clovis Grove Elementary
COST:           $6.00



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COURSE:            HMONG LITERACY

GRADE LEVEL:       For students entering Gr. 1-5

DESCRIPTION:       The purpose of the Hmong Literacy class is to provide an opportunity for students who have
                   a basic background of Hmong language to increase their oral academic and social
                   vocabulary in order to converse in Hmong. Students will also be able to identify the Hmong
                   alphabets, count numbers, and read and write in Hmong.

SECTION ID         3201 (Gr. 1-3)     7:45 – 9:25
                   3202 (Gr. 4-5)     9:30 – 11:10

LOCATION:          Clovis Grove Elementary

COST:              $6.00


COURSE:            ELL READING FUN

GRADE LEVEL:       For students entering Gr. 1-3

DESCRIPTION:       Don’t let your budding reader lose their reading skills over the summer. ELL Reading Fun is a
                   course designed for ELL readers who are low readers or are in between two ELL levels and
                   may extra assistance to get to the next level.

SECTION ID         3301             9:30 – 11:10

LOCATION:          Clovis Grove Elementary

COST:              $6.00


               ENRICHMENT COURSES – FINE ARTS
COURSE:            ART ATTACK

GRADE LEVEL:       For students entering Gr. 2-6

DESCRIPTION:       Your heart won’t fail you in this class! We create tie dye shirts, puppets, create jewelry, draw,
                   etc. Please provide a white cotton t-shirt for class. Be prepared to have fun!

SECTION ID         4001             7:45 – 9:25

LOCATION:          Clovis Grove Elementary

COST:              $6.00

COURSE:            PINT-SIZED PICASSOS

GRADE LEVEL:       For students entering Gr. 2-6

DESCRIPTION:       Do you like getting your hands dirty while working on different projects? Plan on doing just
                   that as you draw, paint and create sculpture.

SECTION ID         4101             9:30 – 11:10

LOCATION:          Clovis Grove Elementary

COST:              $6.00

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COURSE:        CRAZY ABOUT ART

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 1-5

DESCRIPTION:   In ―Crazy About Art‖ your child will combine writing, the arts and physical exercise together
               for all of the projects. During the course, all senses will be explored while investigating,
               learning and having a crazy fun time!

SECTION ID     4201          11:15 AM – 12:25 PM

LOCATION:      Clovis Grove Elementary

COST:          $6.00

COURSE:        READY, SET, ACTION!

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 1-6

DESCRIPTION:   Join us for a creative drama and musical instruction course. Come to this class to learn
               techniques and skills that are required to put on an on-stage performance!

SECTION ID     4301          11:15 AM – 12:25 PM

LOCATION:      Clovis Grove Elementary

COST:          $6.00

COURSE:        SUMMER JAY PLAYERS

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 7-12

DESCRIPTION:   Students will have an in depth study of all facets of a drama production. Make-up, lighting,
               sound, set construction, blocking, diction, and character development are some of the
               elements of this course.

SECTION ID     4399          7:45 – 9:25

LOCATION:      Menasha High School

COST:          $6.00

COURSE:        BAND LESSONS

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 6-8

DESCRIPTION:   One-half hour per week, one-on-one band lesson is offered to help maintain and improve
               instrumental skills. Lesson times are offered:

SECTION ID     4501          7:45 – 8:15
               4502          8:15 – 8:45
               4503          8:45 – 9:15
               4504          9:30 – 10:00
               4505          10:00 – 10:30
               4506          10:30 – 11:00
               4507          11:15 – 11:45
               4508          11:45 – 12:15

LOCATION:      Clovis Grove Elementary
COST:          $6.00

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COURSE:        STRING LESSONS

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 5-12

DESCRIPTION:   This class is for orchestra students who already play a string instrument.

SECTION ID     4601             7:45 – 8:15
               4602             8:15 – 8:45
               4603             8:45 – 9:15
               4604             9:30 – 10:00
               4605             10:00 – 10:30
               4606             10:30 – 11:00
               4707             11:15 – 11:45
               4608             11:45 – 12:15

LOCATION:      Clovis Grove Elementary

COST:          $6.00

COURSE:        GROUP PIANO LESSONS

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 3-8

DESCRIPTION:   Have you always wanted to tap the ivories (in other words, play the piano)? Group piano
               lessons will provide instruction in music literacy, music terminology, and music theory
               concepts.

SECTION ID     4701 (Gr. 3-5)     9:30 – 11:10
               4702 (Gr. 6-8)     11:15 – 12:25 PM

LOCATION:      Clovis Grove Elementary

COST:          $6.00

COURSE:        MAKING OUR OWN MUSIC

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering grades 3-6

DESCRIPTION:   What do ―The Beatles‖ and Beethoven have in common? They all composed their own music!
               In this class, students will enhance improvisation, composition, and song-writing skills
               through individual and group work.

SECTION ID     4801             11:15 AM – 12:25 PM

LOCATION:      Clovis Grove Elementary

COST:          $6.00

COURSE:        PLASTIC CANVAS CREATIONS

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering grades 3-5

DESCRIPTION:   Are you interested in a new, easy, and inexpensive hobby? Learn to create several different
               crafts out of yarn and plastic canvas. Start with something easy and work your way up to a
               more challenging project!

SECTION ID     4901         11:15 – 12:25 PM
LOCATION:      Clovis Grove Elementary
COST:          $11.00
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     ENRICHMENT COURSES – HEALTH & FITNESS
COURSE:        DOING DUATHLONS

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 3-5

DESCRIPTION:   Intermediate grade students learn how to train for a running/biking race. Running drills, biking
               trips and strength training will be a part of each class session. Students will end each week
               competing in a duathlon in Jefferson Park.

SECTION ID     5001             7:45 – 9:25

LOCATION:      Clovis Grove Elementary
COST:          $6.00

COURSE:        FOOD, FITNESS AND FUN

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 3-8

DESCRIPTION:   Are you stuck in a rut? Do you watch too much TV? This wellness class will promote a
               healthy lifestyle. Healthy food choices combined with exercise will make for a fun course.

SECTION ID     5101 (Gr. 3-5)      7:45 – 9:25
               5102 (Gr. 3-5)      9:30 – 11:10
               5103 (Gr. 6-8)      11:15 AM – 12:25 PM

LOCATION:      Clovis Grove Elementary
COST:          $11.00

COURSE:        HIP HOP DANCE

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 1-8

DESCRIPTION:   Each student enrolled in this course will gain exposure to Hip-Hop dance and jazz. Activities
               will focus on music tonality, patterns, and rhythm. Students will learn basic dance steps that
               they can do at home to music.

SECTION ID     5201 (Gr.5-8)      7:45 – 9:25
               5202 (Gr. 5-8)     9:30 – 11:10
               5203 (Gr. 1-4)     11:15 AM – 12:25 PM

LOCATION:      Clovis Grove Elementary
COST:          $6.00

COURSE:        FIRE UP FOR FITNESS – Level One

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 3-4

DESCRIPTION:   Daily walks to local parks and modified sports activities will engage students in fitness fun. A
               highlight of the class is a trip to Wild Air. Tennis shoes are needed for class activities. Each
               student will receive a 2011 class t-shirt.

SECTION ID     5301             7:45 – 9:25

LOCATION:      Clovis Grove Elementary
COST:          $11.00


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COURSE:        FIRE UP FOR FITNESS – Level Two

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 5-8

DESCRIPTION:   Daily walks, modified sports activities, and weekly field trips will engage students in fitness
               fun. Field trips may include Bubolz Nature Preserve, Fox Cities Stadium, Fox Cities Trestle
               Trail, Heckrodt Wetland Reserve, High Cliff State Park, Menasha Municipal Pool,
               Winnegamie Golf Course, and Wild Air. Tennis shoes are needed for class activities. Each
               student will receive a 2011 class t-shirt.

SECTION ID     5401          9:30 AM – 12:20 PM

LOCATION:      Clovis Grove Elementary

COST:          $11.00

COURSE:        FúTBOL (SOCCER)

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 4-8

DESCRIPTION:   Basic fundamentals of fútbol (soccer) are the focus of this course. Skills to be developed
               include agility, eye-foot coordination, shooting, endurance and more!

SECTION ID     5501          9:30 – 11:10

LOCATION:      Clovis Grove Elementary

COST:          $6.00

COURSE:        FLAG FOOTBALL

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 6-9

DESCRIPTION:   Basic fundamentals of football are the focus of this course. Skills to be developed include
               throwing, catching, agility, endurance and much more!

SECTION ID     5502          7:45 – 9:25 (Wednesday only)

LOCATION:      Menasha High School

COST:          $6.00

COURSE:        JUNIOR LADY BLUEJAYS BASKETBALL

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 4-9

DESCRIPTION:   Are you hoping to be a Lady Jay someday? Come and get a head start by taking this course!
               Students in grades 4-9 will learn and review basketball fundamentals and learn team building
               skills.

SECTION ID     5601 (4-6)    7:45 – 9:25
               5602 (7-9)    9:30 – 11:10

LOCATION:      Menasha High School

COST:          $6.00




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COURSE:        MENASHA BOYS JUNIOR JAYS BASKETBALL

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 7-9

DESCRIPTION:   Are you hoping to be a Blue Jay basketball player someday? Then this course is for you.
               Come learn basic skills and techniques that will help you become a Menasha Blue Jay
               basketball player.

SECTION ID     5921 (7-8)         10:00-11:00
               5922 (9)           11:00-12:00

LOCATION:      Menasha High School
COST:          $6.00

COURSE:        TRAINING TO BECOME A TRIATHLETE

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 4-9

DESCRIPTION:   The three sports of swimming, biking, and running are the activities of this class. Classes on
               Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday will focus on one of the sports through drills, practice, and
               training tips. On Thursday, a simulated racing event will be held. Speakers from the Fox
               Cities Triathlete Club will present and inform you of events around the area that you would be
               able to participate in on weekends. Training plans, gear, nutrition/hydration, core and strength
               exercises will be taught as well.


SECTION ID     5701             9:30 AM – 12:20 PM

LOCATION:      Clovis Grove Elementary

COST:          $15.00

COURSE:        VOLLEYBALL SMALL GROUP CLINIC

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 4-9

DESCRIPTION:   Small group clinics are designed to give girls an experience of playing on a volleyball team.
               The clinics are tailored to players of all levels from novice to advanced. Players serious about
               playing high school volleyball are strongly encouraged to attend.

SECTION ID     5801 (Gr. 7-9)     7:45 – 9:25
               5802 (Gr. 4-6)     9:30 – 11:10

LOCATION:      Menasha High School

COST:          $6.00

COURSE:        WELLNESS MATTERS

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. K-2

DESCRIPTION:   Help your child start off on the right foot! Wellness Matters is a course for younger students
               that helps students learn how to live a healthy lifestyle.

SECTION ID     5911 (Gr. K-2)      7:45 – 9:25
               5912 (Gr. K-2)      9:30 – 11:10

LOCATION:      Clovis Grove Elementary
COST:          $6.00

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COURSE:        (M.A.S.S.) MENASHA ACCELERATION STRENGTH AND SPEED

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 7-12

DESCRIPTION:   The M.A.S.S. class allows students to work on improving their overall strength and speed by
               participating in various strength and speed enhancing activities and drills. This class is held in
               the weight room at Menasha High School and is recommended for student athletes or any
               other students looking to get into better shape.

SECTION ID     5901 (HS Males)         6:30 – 8:30
               5902 (HS Females)       8:00 – 10:00
               5903 (HS Males)         9:30 – 11:30
               5904 (Grades 7-8)       11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

LOCATION:      Menasha High School

COST:          $3.00



        ENRICHMENT COURSES – LANGUAGE ARTS
COURSE:        FUN TIMES WITH DR. SEUSS

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 1-3

DESCRIPTION:   Students enrolled in this course will be exposed to Dr. Seuss stories through read alouds,
               books on tape, and DVD. For each lesson, they listen to the story, play games, and make an
               art project pertaining to the story.

SECTION ID     6001          11:15 AM – 12:25 PM

LOCATION:      Clovis Grove Elementary

COST:          $6.00

COURSE:        FOLK TALES AND FAIRY TALES

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 1-3

DESCRIPTION:   Do you love reading and listening to stories? Do you like creating projects? Then this class is
               for you! We will read folk tales/fairy tales and create exciting projects that correspond to each
               tale. Your work will be displayed in a unique book format that you will be proud to share with
               friends and family.

SECTION ID     6101          11:15 AM – 12:25 PM

LOCATION:      Clovis Grove Elementary

COST:          $6.00




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COURSE:           SUMMER ADVENTURE NEWSPAPER

GRADE LEVEL:      For students entering Gr. 5-7

DESCRIPTION:      Take part in creating our weekly Summer Adventure newspaper! Join the news staff, take
                  pictures, interview people, report on movies/books, make up games and more! Students will
                  use Microsoft Publisher to create the summer school weekly newspaper. Students will also
                  distribute the newsletters to all students in the Summer School Adventure program.

SECTION ID        6301          11:15 AM – 12:25 PM

LOCATION:         Clovis Grove Elementary

COST:             $6.00

COURSE:           CURSIVE PENMANSHIP

GRADE LEVEL:      For students entering Gr. 3-8

DESCRIPTION:      Some people believe that cursive penmanship is a dying art. It’s not… Students need more
                  time and practice to become proficient in cursive writing. This course will teach your child the
                  basics of penmanship and improve their cursive skills and techniques.

SECTION ID        6401          11:15 AM – 12:25 PM

LOCATION:         Clovis Grove Elementary

COST:             $6.00

COURSE:           POETRY PIZZAZZ

GRADE LEVEL:      For students entering Gr. 2-5

DESCRIPTION:      If you have fun creating rhymes, sign up for this class during one of these times. Take this
                  class and you will find, that writing poetry --- you won’t mind!

SECTION ID        6501          7:45 – 9:25
                  6502          9:30 – 11:10

LOCATION:         Clovis Grove Elementary

COST:             $6.00

        ENRICHMENT COURSES – MATHEMATICS/SCIENCE/TECHNOLOGY
COURSE:           GAMES GALORE!

GRADE LEVEL:      For students entering Gr. 2-6

DESCRIPTION:      Do you like action packed board games? If you do, then this is the right class for you. In this
                  interactive class you will learn to play variety of games with a focus on teamwork, problem
                  solving, following directions, and logical reasoning. Once you get started, you won’t want to
                  stop!

SECTION ID        7001          7:45 – 9:25
                  7002          9:30 – 11:10

LOCATION:         Clovis Grove Elementary
COST:             $6.00

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COURSE:        SHAKE, RATTLE & ROLL!

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 3-8

DESCRIPTION:   Students will use addition and subtraction facts and develop probability skills while learning
               fun games that they can teach their friends and family. Students will learn good
               sportsmanship practices and the proper attitude to have during competition.

SECTION ID     7101          11:15 AM – 12:25 PM

LOCATION:      Clovis Grove Elementary
COST:          $6.00

COURSE:        GOOD FOODS ALL ADD UP

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 2-6

DESCRIPTION:   Making nutritional, kid friendly and fun foods can also help a student learn reading and
               common math! The students will be following recipes, learning measurements, changing
               quantities, and taste testing their own inventions while making snacks and breakfast foods
               they like. If you can count, you can cook, so come join the fun and learn how to make food
               that counts!

SECTION ID     7201          7:45 – 9:25

LOCATION:      Clovis Grove Elementary
COST:          $11.00

COURSE:        KITCHEN CREATIONS

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 2-6

DESCRIPTION:   Do you want to prepare food for your family? This course is set up for younger children who
               want to start treating their family and friends to delicious, healthy snacks that they can make
               themselves. Students will learn how to make fun foods in their kitchens without using large
               appliances. They will discover the steps to making recipes with few ingredients and little help
               from adults. Young cooks will learn about the kitchen, safety, foods and recipes that will make
               them go home and want to try them out on you!

SECTION ID     7301          9:30 – 11:10

LOCATION:      Clovis Grove Elementary
COST:          $11.00

COURSE:        SEARCH! DISCOVER! EXPLORE!

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 1-3

DESCRIPTION:   Get ready for some prehistoric fun! Explore the oceans and rainforests. Soar into space.
               Explore the world of dinosaurs, space, rainforest habitats, and oceans through books, videos,
               and activities including art, science, and group games.

SECTION ID     7401          7:45 – 9:25
               7402          9:30 – 11:10

LOCATION:      Clovis Grove Elementary
COST:          $6.00


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COURSE:        SPACED OUT

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 3-5

DESCRIPTION:   Have you ever wondered what astronauts see from the spaceship? If so, take this course to
               study the universe. Topics will include planets, constellations, rockets and astronauts. Come
               see how BIG the universe is and explore it for yourself!

SECTION ID     7501          7:45 – 9:25

LOCATION:      Clovis Grove Elementary
COST:          $6.00

COURSE:        TRAVEL THE U.S.A

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 3-5

DESCRIPTION:   Fifty nifty United States! Have you been to all of them? If not, here is your chance! Come join
               the fun as we travel through all fifty states! You’ll learn about landmarks, history, culture and
               landforms from coast to coast!

SECTION ID     7601          9:30 – 11:10

LOCATION:      Clovis Grove Elementary
COST:          $6.00

COURSE:        DIGITAL AND MULTIMEDIA IMMERSION THROUGH PROJECTS

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 3-6

DESCRIPTION:   If you enjoy using digital cameras, movie clips, and music, you’ll love putting them together to
               make effective presentations. Using online resources and computer-based programs,
               students will learn how to create effective and fun presentations. Students will apply their
               knowledge through exploration and creation of personal and purposeful projects. It will be
               quick-paced and a differentiated form of instruction by proficiency needs, so hang on!

SECTION ID     7701          7:45 – 9:25

LOCATION:      Clovis Grove Elementary
COST:          $6.00

COURSE:        ROBOTICS FOR BEGINNERS

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 3-4

DESCRIPTION:   Using LEGO Mindstorms, you and your partner will design, construct and program your
               machine and/or robot to accomplish specific tasks. This high-energy class will introduce
               students to engineering design, icon-based programming as well as cooperative skills in
               working with a partner toward one common goal: a successful independent moving robot!

SECTION ID     7801          11:15 AM – 12:25 PM

LOCATION:      Clovis Grove Elementary
COST:          $6.00




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COURSE:        ROBOTICS

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 5-6

DESCRIPTION:   Using LEGO Mindstorms you and your partner will design, construct and program your robot
               to accomplish specific tasks. This high-energy class will introduce students to engineering
               design, icon based programming as well as cooperative skills in working with a partner
               toward one common goal: a successful independent moving robot! This class will introduce,
               review, and build upon engineering design and programming as well as cooperative skills.
               The final two weeks will have competitions based upon the programming skills introduced,
               developed and worked on during the previous classes.

SECTION ID     7901          9:30 – 11:10

LOCATION:      Clovis Grove Elementary
COST:          $6.00

COURSE:        SHOOT FOR THE STARS: SESSION I

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 5-6

DESCRIPTION:   Are you interested in learning about stars, planets, and the sky? Enroll in this course to learn
               about your place in the universe! Topics include learning about our solar system, planets vs.
               stars in the night sky, and studying star charts used by NASA!

SECTION ID     7911          7:45 – 9:25

LOCATION:      Clovis Grove Elementary
COST:          $6.00

COURSE:        SHOOT FOR THE STARS: SESSION II

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 7-8

DESCRIPTION:   What do outer space and the planet earth have in common? Take this class and you’ll find
               out! In this class, you will learn about why the seasons are the way they are, explore the
               different craters on the moon, and study the different moon phases!

SECTION ID     7912          9:30 – 11:10

LOCATION:      Clovis Grove Elementary
COST:          $6.00

COURSE:        GOING GREEN!

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 4-8

DESCRIPTION:   Students in this course will become familiar with the practice of ―going green‖ and learn ways
               to become individually responsible for caring for the earth. Students will develop a plan or
               project that will benefit our community!

SECTION ID     7913          11:15 AM – 12:25 PM

LOCATION:      Clovis Grove Elementary
COST:          $6.00




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COURSE:        PAPER PALOOZA!

GRADE LEVEL:   For students entering Gr. 4-8

DESCRIPTION:   Paper is useful for so much more than writing. You can also use it for art projects! In this
               course, students will make individual and group paper projects. Students will also design and
               construct different paper creations!

SECTION ID     7914          11:15 AM - 12:25 PM

LOCATION:      Clovis Grove Elementary
COST:          $6.00




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                           Summer School
                           Course Offerings
                                     2011
Neenah High School                                      Middle Schools
Session 1: June 13 - July 1                             Weeks of 6/13, 6/20, 6/27, 7/11, 7/18
Session 2: July 11 - July 29                            Monday - Thursday
Monday - Friday                                         Classes held at Horace Mann
                                                        Middle School


Elementary Reading Academy                                 Elementary Enrichment
Elementary Math Academy                                    Weeks of 6/13, 6/20, and 6/27
Weeks of 6/13, 6/20, 6/27, 7/11, 7/18                      Monday - Thursday 12:00 - 3:00
Monday - Thursday                                          Classes held at Spring Road Elementary
Classes held at all District Elementary                    School
Schools
                                Kindergarten Readiness
                                First Grade Readiness
                                Weeks of 6/13, 6/20, 6/27, 7/11, 7/18
                                Monday - Thursday
                                Classes held at all District Elementary Schools

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                       2011 SUMMER SCHOOL
                    NEENAH JOINT SCHOOL DISTRICT
  The following summer school courses have been approved by the Neenah Joint School District’s
  Board of Education:


High School remedial course offerings give secondary students who have failed a course during the
school year another opportunity to earn credit toward graduation.

Attendance Rules: Unlike the regular school year, any student who is absent more than two days, either
excused or unexcused will be dismissed from the course. If a student is tardy less than 15 minutes, it will
be counted as one-half day’s absence. Students will be marked tardy if they are late from their break.
Tardiness that exceeds 15 minutes will be counted as a full absence. Students will be expected to be in
their seats when class begins or they will be marked tardy.

Students registered for classes that meet June 13 - July 29 are allowed 3 days absence. Students who
are absent more that 3 days, either excused or unexcused will be dismissed from the class.

The only exceptions to the attendance rule that will be considered include absences due to the serious
illness/hospitalization of the student or the death of a student’s immediate family member. Absence such
as illness, spending time in jail, court appointments, bike or car trouble, family vacations, suspensions, etc.
do apply to the one and one-half day limit stated above.

  As noted with each course, classes are Monday through Friday. Session 1 begins Monday, June
  13, and Session 2 begins Monday, July 11. If you have questions, please call Neenah High
  School, 751-6900, ext. 154 or 128.
  The deadline for registration is, June 10, 2011. Early student registration is imperative because all
  course offerings depend on sufficient enrollment.



  Middle School enrichment courses
  Elementary remedial math and reading
  Elementary enrichment classes
  Kindergarten Readiness Classes



   For a complete listing of summer school classes, please go to the Neenah Joint School District
                                 website at www.neenah.k12.wi.us.
                             These class offerings are subject to change.




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                                              Neenah High School
                                            Summer School Courses
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                                               English

NS 17650 LITERACY SKILLS FOR SUCCESS -1/2 credit, original elective

Schedule:     Mon., June 13 - Fri., July 29 7:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. M-F No classes the week of July 4th.
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Open to:      Incoming 9 graders, specifically students who achieved Basic or Minimal Performance on 8 Grade
              Reading Assessments.
Location:     Neenah High School
Content:      This course is designed to improve the level of reading proficiency required for high school English.
              Enrollment in this course is based on need demonstrated by scores on the Wisconsin Knowledge and
              Concepts Exam, other reading assessments, and teacher recommendation. Students will receive instruction
              and practice with word recognition strategies such as root words, prefixes, suffixes, patterns within words,
              multiple meanings and word origins. Students will also receive instruction and practice with comprehension
              strategies which include the ability to identify and use skills such as main ideas and supporting details,
              inferences, fact and opinion, cause and effect and conclusions. In addition, application skills commonly used
              to adjust reading strategies for different purposes such as skimming and scanning, organizing information,
              finding supporting details and sequencing will be covered. Students may earn 0.5 credit toward their elective
              requirement.
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              In-coming 9 grade students, who successfully meet the set criteria at the end of the summer session, will
              begin their freshman year with English 9 and may not be required to ―double-dose‖ with Read 180 and
              English 9.
Activities:   Completing activities designed to enhance the reading ability of each individual student. Also, students will
              use technology to assist in their development of effective reading skills.
              Components of High School preparedness will be implemented in order to familiarize students with the
              facility as well as expectations of Neenah High School.
Cost:         Materials Fee – A nominal fee may apply

NS 15100/15150 STD. ENGLISH 9 - ½ credit, remedial

Schedule:     Session 1: Mon., June 13 - Fri., July 1 7:45 a.m. – 11:25 a.m. M-F
Open to:      Students who did not successfully complete either trimester of English 9.
Location:     Neenah High School
Content:      This course is designed for average ability students who need to develop their communication skills through
              the study of the English language, speech, composition, literature and developmental reading. Additional
              major units of study include grammar, usage, sentence patterns, paragraph development, and dramatic form.
              Grading will be on an A-F basis.
Activities:   Students receive developmental reading instruction, study literature, write compositions, and participate in
              speaking and listening activities.
Cost:         Materials Fee – A nominal fee may apply

NS 15300 SPEECH - ½ credit, remedial

Schedule:     Session 2: Mon., July 11 - Fri., July 29 7:45 a.m. – 11:25 a.m. M-F
Open to:      Students who did not successfully complete the Speech requirement for grade 10.
Location:     Neenah High School
Content:      This course is designed to give students an opportunity to express themselves in a variety of speaking
              situations and to help them feel at ease with oral communications. Students will gain experience by
              preparing and delivering a variety of talks such as demonstration, informative, and persuasive speeches.
              Time will be devoted to selecting appropriate topics, gathering information, and organizing materials. Grading
              will be on an A-F basis.
Activities:   Interpersonal communication, group discussion, giving impromptu speeches, developing listening skills,
              preparing and delivering formal speeches, and evaluating oral presentations.
Cost:         Materials Fee – A nominal fee may apply.




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NS 15500 STD. LITERATURE/COMPOSITION 10 - 1/2 credit, remedial

Schedule:      Session 1: Mon., June 13 - Fri., July 1 12:00 p.m. – 3:40 p.m. M-F
            Open to:       Students who did not successfully complete the required trimester of English 10
                                                  Literature/Composition
Location:      Neenah High School
Content:       This course is designed for students who have and will continue to develop an average command of
               language skills. Students will study mythology of cultures other than the Greeks, Julius Caesar or another
               Shakespearean play, and a variety of additional literature selections. In addition, students will continue to
               develop multi-paragraph writing skills, including sentence structure, paragraph development, grammar, and
               usage skills. Grading will be on an A-F basis.
Activities:    Selective reading, writing compositions, and developing usage and vocabulary skills.
Cost:          Materials Fee – A nominal fee may apply.

NS 15750/15900 STD. LITERATURE/STD. COMPOSITION 11 – ½ credit remedial

Schedule:       Session 1: Mon. June 13 - Fri., July 1 7:45 a.m. – 11:25 a.m. M-F
Open to:        Students who did not successfully complete the trimester of Std. American Literature 11 or
                Std. Composition 11
Location:       Neenah High School
Content:        This course is designed to present a survey of the prose and poetry of America. The works of numerous
                American writers will be read and discussed. In addition there will be a review of sentencing and
                paragraphing techniques to the development of expository essays. A portion of the class is devoted to
                grammar review with an emphasis on the development of writing skills rather than on the learning of
                terminology. Grading will be on an A-F basis.
Activities:     Large and small group discussions, individual reading, class and individual projects. Writing sentences,
                paragraphs, and themes; small-group discussions; and vocabulary study.
Cost:           Students should provide a USB drive. Materials fee - a nominal fee may apply.

NS 16100/16350 STD. WORLD LITERATURE/STD.COMPOSITION 12 – ½ credit remedial

Schedule:       Session 1: Mon., June 13 - Fri., July 1 12:00 – 3:40 p.m. M-F
Open to:        Students who did not successfully complete the trimester of Std. World Literature 12 or
                Std. Composition 12
Location:       Neenah High School
Content:        This course will examine a number of universal themes found in the literature written by significant world
                authors. Students will gain an appreciation of literature as a reflection of the cultures, philosophies, and
                national characteristics of people of other nations. Students will study writing models and will be given
                numerous opportunities to develop their writing skills. This writing course will acquaint students with the
                writing process and the value of writing in contemporary society. Grading will be on an A-F basis.
Activities:     Reading and critical examination of articles, essays, short stories, plays poems and books, participation in
                class discussion, writing of comparison/contrast papers, opinion papers, character studies; essay exams
                related to the themes/ideas discussed in the literature. Students will be guided through the natural stages of
                the writing process: creating shaping and completing the essay. Vocabulary study will also be included.
Cost:           Students should provide a USB drive. Materials fee - a nominal fee may apply.

                                                          HEALTH

NS 34000 HEALTH - ½ credit
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Schedule:        Mon., June 13 - Fri., July 29 7:45 a.m. – 10:15 a.m. M-F No Classes Week of July 4
Open to:        Grades 9-10-11-12 This class is open for original credit or for remediation.
Prerequisite:   None
Content:        This course should be taken when parents/student feel that the student is mature enough to benefit most
                from the content. Required at the state level for graduation, Health Education emphasizes a variety of
                health-related topics. Six units of study are taught: Mental Health, Nutrition, Life Cycle, Relationships,
                Disease and Drugs and Alcohol. Note: A student may be exempt from the family life education section by a

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              written request from the pupil’s parent/guardian. An alternative unit of instruction will be required. Grading will
              be on an A-F basis.
Activities:   Lecture, large and small group discussions/work, videos, speakers, research
              (including Internet), presentations and self-defense.
Cost:         Materials Fee – A nominal fee may apply.


                                                      MATHEMATICS

NS 35000/35050 GENERAL MATH - ½ credit original or remedial

Schedule:     Mon., June 13 - Fri., July 29 10:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. M-F No classes the week of July 4th.
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Open to:      In-coming 9 graders, specifically students who achieved Basic or Minimal Performance on the 8 Grade
              Math Assessments or current Neenah High School students who have failed to complete this course and are
              currently in sequences.
              NOTE: In general, degree-granting institutions in the United States, including all Wisconsin public and private
              colleges and universities, will not accept this course as fulfilling a mathematics entrance requirement.
              Technical colleges will accept this course
Location:     Neenah High School
Content:      This course is designed for non-college-bound students. It provides for a continued development of basic
              computational skills needed in the world of work. There will be units of applied mathematics included in this
              course. In general, degree-granting institutions in the United States, including all Wisconsin public and
              private colleges and universities, will not accept this course as fulfilling a mathematics entrance requirement.
              Technical colleges will accept this course. Grading will be on an A-F basis.
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              In-coming 9 grade students who successfully complete this course will begin their freshman year with Pre-
              Algebra.
Activities:   Lectures, small-group discussions, individualized instruction, and problem solving.
              Components of High School preparedness will be implemented in order to familiarize students with the
              facility as well as expectations of Neenah High School.
Cost:         A four-function (+, , x, ) calculator is recommended. Materials fee - a nominal fee may apply.

NS35150 PRE-ALGEBRA – ½ credit, remedial

Schedule:     Session 1: Mon., June 13 - Fri., July 1 7:45 a.m. - 11:25 a.m. M-F
Open to:      Students who did not successfully complete the second trimester of Pre-Algebra
              NOTE: In general, degree-granting institutions in the United States, including all Wisconsin public and private
              colleges will not accept this course as fulfilling a mathematics entrance requirement. Technical colleges will
              accept this course.
Location:     Neenah High School
Content:      This course is designed for students with below-average mathematics ability. There is ample opportunity for
              classroom discussion plus additional time for supervised study and individual help. The course contains
              units of study on operations, open sentences, solving equations and inequalities, directed numbers,
              polynomials, statistics, and applied mathematics. This course is intended to be followed by Algebra 1-3T.
              Grading will be on an A-F basis.
Activities:   Lectures, small-group discussions, and individualized instruction.
Cost:         A four-function (+, , x, ) calculator is recommended. Materials fee - a nominal fee may apply.

NS35330 ALGEBRA 1-3T – ½ credit, remedial

Schedule:     Session 1: Mon., June 13 - Fri,. July 1        7:45 a.m. - 11:25 a.m. M-F
Open to:      Students who did not successfully complete the second trimester of Algebra 1-3T
Location:     Neenah High School
Content:      This course is designed for students with average or below average mathematics ability. Because this
              course is offered for three trimesters, there are additional opportunities for classroom discussion, supervised
              study and individual help. The course content stresses the precision of language, algebraic structure, and
              manipulative skills in algebra and statistics. This course is intended to be followed by Standard Geometry.
              Grading will be on an A-F basis.
Activities:   Lectures, small group discussions, computer activities and individualized instruction.
Cost:         A scientific (sin, cos, tan) calculator is recommended.       Materials fee - a nominal fee may apply.

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NS35360 ALGEBRA 1-3T – ½ credit, remedial

Schedule:     Session 2: Mon., July 11 - Fri., July 29 7:45 a.m. - 11:25 a.m. M-F
Open to:      Students who did not successfully complete the third trimester of Algebra 1-3T
Location:     Neenah High School
Content:      This course is designed for students with average or below average mathematics ability. Because this
              course is offered for three trimesters, there are additional opportunities for classroom discussion, supervised
              study and individual help. The course content stresses the precision of language, algebraic structure, and
              manipulative skills in algebra and statistics. This course is intended to be followed by Standard Geometry.
              Grading will be on an A-F basis.
Activities:   Lectures, small group discussions, computer activities and individualized instruction.
Cost:         A scientific (sin, cos, tan) calculator is recommended.     Materials fee - a nominal fee may apply.

NS 35720 GEOMETRY - ½ credit, remedial

Schedule:     Session 1: Mon., June 13 - Fri., July 1 12:00 p.m. – 3:40 p.m. M-F
Open to:      Students who did not successfully complete the first trimester of Geometry
Location:     Neenah High School
Content:      This course is designed for those students who do not plan on taking Pre-Calculus at NHS or upper level
              math classes in college. This course includes the study of congruent triangles, parallel lines,
              planes, polygons, circles and spheres, statistics, trigonometry, and proof writing. Students will work on
              projects that apply what they are learning in the classroom to real world situations. Grading will be on an
              A-F basis.
Activities:   Lectures, small group discussions, computer/calculator activities, and individualized instruction.
Cost:         Protractor, compass, straight edge, and scientific calculator is required. A Texas Instruments scientific
              calculator (TI-30X) is recommended. A nominal materials fee may apply.

NS 35730 GEOMETRY – ½ credit, remedial

Schedule:     Session 2: Mon., July 11 - Fri., July 29 7:45 a.m. – 11:25 a.m. M-F
Open to:      Students who did not successfully complete the second trimester of Geometry
Location:     Neenah High School
Content:      This course is designed for those students who do not plan on taking Pre-Calculus at NHS or upper level
              math classes in college. This course includes the study of congruent triangles, parallel lines,
              planes, polygons, circles and spheres, statistics, trigonometry, and proof writing. Students will work on
              projects that apply what they are learning in the classroom to real world situations. Grading will be on an
              A-F basis.
Activities:   Lectures, small group discussions, computer/calculator activities, and individualized instruction.
Cost:         Protractor, compass, straight edge, and scientific calculator is required. A Texas Instruments scientific
              calculator (TI-30X) is recommended. A nominal materials fee may apply.

NS 36100/36150 CONSUMER MATH – ½ credit remedial

Schedule:     Session 2: Mon., July 11 - Fri., July 29 7:45 a.m. – 11:25 a.m. M-F
Open to:      Students who did not successfully complete either trimester of Consumer Math. Note: In general, degree
              granting institutions in the United States, including all Wisconsin public and private colleges and
              universities, will not accept this course as fulfilling a mathematics entrance requirement. Technical
              colleges will accept this course.
Location:     Neenah High School
Content:      This course will provide an opportunity for students to apply business problems to the real world. This
              course covers a variety of business topics including bank reconciliation, basic algebra, percents,
              discounts, markups, inventory, simple and compound interest, promissory and discount notes, annuities,
              installment loans, depreciation, financial reports, and business statistics. Grading will be on an A-F basis.
Activities:   Lectures, group discussions, individual instruction.
Cost:         A scientific calculator is required. A Texas Instruments scientific calculator (TI-30X) is recommended.
              Materials fee - a nominal fee may apply.




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NS 36220 ALGEBRA 2 – ½ credit remedial

Schedule:     Session 1: Mon., June 13 - Fri., July 1 7:45 a.m. - 11:25 a.m. M-F
Open to:      Students who did not successfully complete trimester one of Algebra 2
Location:     Neenah High School
Content:      This course is designed for those students who do not plan on taking Pre-Calculus at NHS or upper level
              math classes in college. This class provides a continuation of algebra skills with specific emphasis on
              functions, theory of quadratic equations, factoring matrices, conic sections, systems of equations, and the
              complex number system. Students will work on projects that apply what they are learning in the
              classroom to real-world situations. Grading will be on an A-F basis.                         .
Activities:   Lectures, small group discussions, computer/calculator activities, and individualized instruction.
Cost:         A Texas Instruments graphing calculator, TI-84, is recommended but not required for this course.
              Students will not be allowed to use the TI-89 calculator in this class. Materials fee - a nominal fee may apply.

NS 36240 Algebra 2 - ½ credit remedial

Schedule:     Session 2: Mon., July 11 - Fri., July 29    7:45 a.m. – 11:25 a.m. M-F
Open to:      Students who did not successfully complete trimester two of Algebra 2
Location:     Neenah High School
Content:      This course is designed for those students who do not plan on taking Pre-Calculus at NHS or upper level
              math classes in college. This class provides a continuation of algebra skills with specific emphasis on
              functions, theory of quadratic equations, factoring matrices, conic sections, systems of equations, and the
              complex number system. Students will work on projects that apply what they are learning in the
              classroom to real-world situations. Grading will be on an A-F basis.
Activities:   Lectures, small group discussions, computer/calculator activities, and individualized instruction
Cost:         A Texas Instruments graphing calculator, TI-84, is recommended but not required for this course.
              Students will not be allowed to use the TI-89 calculator in this class. Materials fee - a nominal fee may apply.


                                         PHYSICAL EDUCATION
NS 51000 SWIMMING/WELLNESS - ½ credit, remedial

Schedule:     Session 1: Mon., June 13 - Fri., July 1 12:00 p.m. – 3:40 p.m.           M-F
Open to:      Students who did not successfully complete the required swimming component or did not pass a physical
              education class.
Location:     Neenah High School
Content:      This three-week course will emphasize swimming level one and the five health related fitness concepts
              (cardiovascular, flexibility, muscular strength, endurance, and body composition).
Activities:   A typical daily schedule includes presentations on health related fitness concepts; swimming and community
              water safety; cardiovascular activities; functional training using various fitness equipment; and occasionally
              game play in recreational sport activities (volleyball, tennis). Grading will be on an A-F basis.
Reason:       The physical education department has requested this summer offering due to student need. If a student
              fails the required swimming component their freshman year, it may be junior or senior year before their
              schedule will allow them to retake it. Concerns have been raised about the potential age gap in such a
              class. Furthermore, this would allow for the allotted seats during the school year to remain open for those
              needing the original credit instead of students needing to retake it.
Cost:         Heart Rate monitor strap (if needed) $5. Materials Cost - a nominal fee may apply.

                                                        SCIENCE

NS 55020/55030 STD. PHYSICAL SCIENCE 9 - ½ credit, remedial

Schedule:     Session 1: Mon., June 13 - Fri., July 1 12:00 p.m. - 3:40 p.m. M-F
Open to:      Students who did not successfully complete either trimester of Physical Science.
Location:     Neenah High School
Content:      This is a laboratory-centered course, covering topics in physics and chemistry. The chemistry topics include
              matter, atomic structure, chemical reactions and equations, acids and bases, and organic chemistry. The
              physics topics include measurement, scientific method, heat, mechanics, motion, light sound, and electricity.
              Some time will also be spent on technology and the future of science. Grading will be on an A-F basis.
Activities:   Lectures, class discussion, and laboratory activities.
Cost:         Safety goggles. Materials fee - a nominal fee may apply.
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NS 55130/55140 STD. BIOLOGY 1 – ½ credit remedial

Schedule:     Session 1: Mon., June 13 - Fri., July 1 7:45 a.m. – 11:25 a.m. M-F
Open to:      Students who did not successfully complete either trimester of Std. Biology 1
Location:     Neenah High School
Content:      This is a lab centered course that uses the molecular approach to study living things. The major
              biological concepts are viewed in terms of their impact upon man and his environment. Topics of study
              include scientific inquiry, theories of evolution, characteristics of living things, cell energy, photosynthesis,
              cell respiration, DNA, cell theory, reproduction, development of living things, genetics, life processes and
              life systems. Grading will be on an A-F basis.
Activities:   Lectures, discussions, laboratory investigations and experiments.
Cost:         Safety goggles. Materials fee - a nominal fee may apply.

NS 55620 ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS – ½ credit remedial

Schedule:     Session 2: Mon., July 11 - Fri., July 29 7:45 a.m. - 11:25 a.m. M-F
Open to:      Students who did not successfully complete one trimester of Environmental Problems
Location:     Neenah High School
Content:      This course provides for a current awareness of scientific and social environmental problems. It will
              include units of study on ecology and ecosystems, water, air, atmosphere and climate, land, food,
              biodiversity, energy, waste, population growth, and sustainability, as well as other environmentally related
              problems facing the planet. Grading will be on an A-F basis.
Activities:   Small-group discussions, films, tapes, readings, laboratory exercises, outdoor activities.
Cost:         An appropriate fee for field trips, safety goggles. Materials fee - a nominal fee may apply.

                                                     SOCIAL STUDIES

NS 60010/60011 STD. GLOBAL STUDIES 9 - ½ credit, remedial

Schedule:     Session 2: Mon., July 11 - Fri., July 29 7:45 a.m. - 11:25 a.m. M-F
Open to:      Students who did not successfully complete either trimester of Global Studies.
Location:     Neenah High School
Content:      This course is designed for the ninth grade student and continues to develop the skills necessary for
              success in future Social Studies classes. The primary purpose of this course is to provide an overview of
              the geographical, historical, cultural and political aspects of world cultures. This course consists of units
              covering Asia, Africa and Europe. In addition, current events will be integrated into this course. Grading
              will be on an A-F basis.
Activities:   Reading paperback books, research paper, multiple texts, videos, lectures, class discussion, simulations,
              small group problem solving and oral reports.
Cost:         Materials fee - a nominal fee may apply.

NS61110 STD. MODERN WORLD HISTORY - ½ credit remedial

Schedule:     Session 1: Mon., June 13 - Fri., July 1 12:00 p.m. – 3:40 p.m. M-F
Open to:      Students who did not successfully complete the trimester of required Modern World History.
Location:     Neenah High School
Content:      This course investigates various cultures, philosophies, economic systems, political theories and
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              institutions that have shaped the 20 and 21st Centuries. Emphasis will be placed on the key events and
              movements that have influenced the modern world. Areas to be covered include the turn of the
              century, World War I, the Russian Revolution, World War II, Communism, the Cold War,
              independence movements and emerging democracies, and today’s world. Time spent on each
              unit will vary. Current events will be integrated into this course. Grading will be on an A-F
              basis.
Activities:   Term papers, reading, lectures, class discussions, simulations, small-group problem solving, oral
              reports, and videotapes.
Cost:         Materials fee – a nominal fee may apply




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NS61310 GENERAL ECONOMICS - ½ credit remedial

Schedule:     Session 2: Mon., July 11 - Fri., July 29 7:45 a.m. - 11:25 a.m. M-F
Open to:      Students who did not successfully complete the trimester of required Economics.
Location:     Neenah High School
Content:      Economics is the study of the choices people make to satisfy their wants and needs. It is also the
              study of how these choices affect the lives of individuals and how individuals shape their world
              through their economic choices. Several themes will be explored in this class: scarcity and
              choice, tradeoffs, economic systems institutions and incentives, consumer issues, debt, saving
              and investing, markets and prices, supply and demand, competition and market structure, income
              distribution, market failure, the role of government, unemployment, inflation and international
              trade. Current events, especially economic events, will be integrated into this course. Grading
              will be on an A-F basis.
Activities:   Discussions, videos, readings, case studies and self-selected projects.
Cost:         Materials fee – a nominal fee may apply.



NS 62110/62111 STD. UNITED STATES HISTORY - ½ credit, remedial

Schedule:     Session 1: Mon., June 13 - Fri., July 1 12:00 p.m. – 3:40 p.m. M-F
Open to:      Students who did not successfully complete either trimester of United States History.
Location:     Neenah High School
Content:      This course deals with the development of our nation, American institutions and values. It is a
              thematic/topical study of our nation’s history. The first trimester consists of units of study
              dealing with the American Revolution, the Confederation and Constitution, the early federal
              period, the development of political parties, Jacksonian Democracy, Manifest Destiny, the rise of
              sectional differences, the Industrial Revolution, and the rise of imperialism. The emphasis in the
              second trimester is directed to World War I, the 1920’s the Depression Era, World War II, the
              Cold War, Civil Rights, Vietnam, the late 20th Century and recent developments in foreign and domestic
              areas. Appropriate learning activities are provided for students with different learning abilities. Current
              events will be integrated into this course. Grading will be on an A-F basis.
Activities:   Term papers, required supplemental reading of paperback books relevant to the course; writing
              experiences, lectures, class discussions, small group discussions, visual materials and discussions
              of current events.
Cost:         Materials Fee – a nominal fee may apply.


NS 63010 STD. AMERICAN GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS – ½ credit remedial

Schedule:     Session 1: Mon., June 13 - Fri., July 1 7:45 a.m. – 11:25 a.m. M-F
Open to:      Students who did not successfully complete the trimester of American Government and Politics
Location:     Neenah High School
Content:      This course provides a comprehensive study of principles, practices, and problems of the American
              political system. It examines the workings of our local, state, and national governments and seeks to
              provide students opportunities to learn and practice skills needed to participate effectively in political
              decision making. The rights and responsibilities of adulthood are surveyed. Current events will also be
              integrated into this course. Grading will be on an A-F basis.
Activities:   Lectures, guest speakers, small-group discussions, readings, abstracts, case studies, and problem
              solving.
Cost:         Materials fee – a nominal fee may apply.




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                                                  WORLD LANGUAGES

NS 30150 FRENCH TRANSITION - 1/2

Schedule:       Mon., June 13 - Fri., July 29 7:45 a.m. - 10:15               M-F     No classes the week of July 4th.
Open to:        Grade 9 - This class is open for original credit only
Prerequisite:   French 1
Location:       Neenah High School
Content:        This course is designed to help students master fundamental grammar, high frequency vocabulary and
                pronunciation learned in French 1. These skills are applied actively in speaking, reading, writing and
                listening comprehension. It is strongly recommended that students with less than a B in level 1 French take
                this course in order to be successful in level 2. This course does not meet the college requirement of 2
                credits of a single world language for admittance and/or graduation. A passing grade must be earned prior
                to taking level 2. Grading will be on an A-F basis.
Activities:     Activities include full class participation and instruction plus small-group work in speaking, reading and
                conversational practice. A variety of media is used. Homework assignments are designed to develop all
                language skills and will serve as a basis for class activities.
Cost:           Materials fee - a nominal fee may apply,

NS 32150 SPANISH TRANSITION - ½ credit

Schedule:       Mon., June 13 – Fri., July 29 7:45 a.m. – 10:15 M-F No classes the week of July 4th.
Open to:        Grade 9 - This class is open for original credit only
Prerequisite:   Spanish 1
Location:       Neenah High School
Content:        This course is designed to help students master fundamental grammar, high frequency vocabulary and
                pronunciation learned in Spanish 1. These skills are applied actively in speaking, reading, writing and
                listening comprehension. It is strongly recommended that students with less than a B in level 1 Spanish take
                this course in order to be successful in level 2. This course does not meet the college requirement of 2
                credits of a single world language for admittance and/or graduation. A passing grade must be earned prior
                to taking level 2.
Activities:     Activities include full class participation and instruction plus small-group work in speaking, reading, and
                conversational practice. A variety of media is used. Homework assignments re designed to develop all
                language skills and will serve as a basis for class activities.




                                                 MUSIC – ENRICHMENT

SUMMER BAND – Enrichment

Schedule:       Mon., June 20 - Fri., June 24      M – TH 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. F 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Open to:        Students who have had previous instruction on a band instrument and completed grades 5 – 8 during the
                2010-2011 school year.
Location:       Neenah High School
Content:        This one-week course is for band students having beginning to intermediate knowledge of the fundamentals
                of musicianship who desire to improve their performance skills. This fun and intensive activity-oriented
                experience will teach and practice the skills necessary for success in any instrumental ensemble.
Activities:     A typical daily schedule includes rehearsal, sectional, master class, comprehensive musicianship, personal
                enrichment activities, social interaction and a snack break. The week culminates with a final concert on
                Friday, June 24 in Pickard Auditorium on the Neenah High School campus.
Cost:           Materials Fee – $10




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SUMMER STRINGS - Enrichment

Schedule:     Mon., June 20 - Fri., June 24      M-TH 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.           F 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Open to:      Students who have had previous instruction on an orchestral string instrument and completed
              grades 3 – 8 during the 2010 -2011 school year.
Location:     Neenah High School
Content:      This one-week course is for string students having beginning to intermediate knowledge of the fundamentals
              of musicianship who desire to improve their performance skills. This fun and intensive activity-oriented
              experience will teach and practice the skills necessary for success in any instrumental ensemble.
Activities:   A typical daily schedule includes rehearsal, sectional, master class, comprehensive musicianship, personal
              enrichment activities, social interaction and a snack break. The week culminates with a final concert on
              Friday, June 24 in Pickard Auditorium on the Neenah High School campus.
Cost:         Materials Fee - $10


SUMMER CHOIR - Enrichment

Schedule:     Mon., June 13 thru Fri., June 17 M-TH 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.             F 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Open to:      Students who have a passion for singing and completed grades 3 – 8 during the 2010-2011 school year.
Location:     Neenah High School
Content:      This one-week course is for students who desire to improve their musicianship and performance skills.
              This fun and intensive activity-oriented experience will teach and practice the skills necessary for success
              in any vocal ensemble.
Activities:   A typical daily schedule includes rehearsal, sectional, master class, comprehensive musicianship,
              personal enrichment activities, social interaction and a snack break. The week culminates with a final
              concert on Friday, June 17 in Pickard Auditorium on the Neenah High School campus.
Cost:         Materials Fee – $10

SUMMER JAZZ ENSEMBLE – Enrichment

Schedule:     Rehearsals (4:30 to 6:00 p.m. unless otherwise stated):
                       -Tuesday, August 16              - Thursday, August 18
                       -Tuesday, August 23              - Thursday, August 25
                       - Tuesday, August 30             - Friday, September 2, 9:00 p.m. (Dress Rehearsal)
              PERFORMANCE: Saturday, September 3 – Time (TBA) at the Fox Jazz Festival
                                   Jefferson Park, Menasha
Open to:      Students who have played saxophone, trumpet, trombone, piano, bass drums, or guitar for at least one
              year in a high school jazz ensemble and have completed grades 9 – 12 during the 2010 – 2011 school
              year. An audition will take place for purpose of placement. Class size will be determined by the following
                       guidelines:
                       Alto & Tenor Saxophone: 2 to 4 each              Bari Sax: 1 to 2
                       Trumpets & Trombone: 3 to 8 each                 Piano, Bass, Drums, & Guitar: 1 to 2 each

Location:     Neenah High School
Content:      This course is for students having moderate to advanced knowledge of the jazz language who desire to
              improve their performance skills within this idiom as well as enhance their improvisational skills.
Activities:   A typical class period will include large group rehearsals and sectionals where the students will study
              performance practices of the jazz idiom. The session culminates with a final concert on Saturday,
              September 3 in a performance at the Fox Jazz Festival at Jefferson Park in Menasha.
Cost:         Materials Fee - $10.00




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                                               ATHLETICS ENRICHMENT

Summer Strength Training - Enrichment
Schedule:    June 13 - August 5 Class meets Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday.
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             No classes held the week of July 4
Sessions:    7-8 a.m., 8-9 a.m., 9-10 a.m., 10-11 a.m., and 11-12 p.m. All students must pre-register for one of the
             five sessions. Students in grades 6-8 are encouraged to register for either the 10-11 or the 11-12 p.m.
             sessions if possible. Students are recommended to attend at least 3 sessions per week.
Open to:     All students in grades 6 – 12 during the 2011-2012 school year.
Location:    The program will be held at Neenah High School in the Strength Training Center room 305 in the Link.
Content:     The Neenah Strength Program is a skill building activity sponsored by the Neenah Joint School District and
             is based on the strength and conditioning program used by all athletes at the University of Wisconsin
             Madison. The goal of this program is to provide our students instruction in the proper techniques of strength
             training while allowing for individual gains through hard work and dedication. This program will help improve
             mental focus and physical strength so students can perform at their highest levels. This is a non-graded
             program and all students planning to use these facilities have to pre-register in order to have the
             proper supervision available.
Cost:        Materials fee – a nominal fee may apply.

Summer Speed and Conditioning ―Quicks‖- Enrichment
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Schedule:      June 14 - July 28 - Tuesdays and Thursdays - No classes held the week of July 4
Sessions:      8:10-9:10 a.m., 9:10-10:10 a.m., 10:10-11:10 a.m., and 11:10-12:10 p.m.
               All students must pre-register for one of the sessions.
Open to:       All students in grades 6 – 12 during the 2011-2012 school year. Students in grades 6-8 are encouraged to
               sign up for the 10:10-11:10 or the 11:10 -12:10 p.m. session.
Location:      The program will be held at Neenah High School, either out on the track and field area or inside if the weather
               is bad.
Content:       With the Nickname of ―Quicks‖ this program provides ways for students to improve their speed, power and
               agility. This program will help in improving mental and physical stamina so students can perform at their
               highest levels. Quicks can help any student develop foot speed, quickness, balance, agility and leaping
               ability. This is a non-graded program and all students planning to use these facilities have to pre-
               register.
Cost:          Materials and T-Shirt Fee - $10




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                                             Middle School Courses 2011
                                    All Classes held at Horace Mann Middle School

Note: All courses will be held Monday-Thursday, June13-16, 20-23, 27-30 and July 11-14, and 18-21

Skills for School Success I - MS

Schedule:      Section 1      8:00 - 9:30, June 13-16, 20-23, 27-30, and July 11-14, and 18-21
               Section 2      9:30 – 11:00, June 13-16, 20-23, 27-30, and July 11-14, and 18-21
Open to:       Current Grades 5 and 6 Students
Location:      Horace Mann Middle School
Content:       Skills for School Success is a course that emphasizes the development of study skills. Students will be able
               to see how study skills can be used in the classroom on a daily basis. Study skills include note taking,
               organization, test preparation, predicting, summarizing and others.
Cost:          Non-residents - T.B.A.

Skills for School Success II - MS

Schedule:      Section 1       8:00 – 9:30, June 13-16, 20-23, 27-30, and July 11-14, and 18-21
               Section 2       9:30 – 11:00, June 13-16, 20-23, 27-30, and July 11-14, and 18-21
Open to:       Current Grades 7 and 8 Students
Location:      Horace Mann Middle School
Content:       Skills for School Success is a course that emphasizes the development of study skills. It will expand on the
               skills taught in the Study Skills I class. It is not necessary to complete session I before taking session II.
Cost:          Non-residents - T.B.A.

Math Support: Decimals and Fractions Review - MS

Schedule:      Section 1      8:00 – 9:30, June 13-16, 20-23, 27-30, and July 11-14, and 18-21
               Section 2      9:30 - 11:00 June 13-16, 20-23, 27-30, and July 11-14, and 18-21
Open to:       Current Grades 6, 7, and 8 Students
Location:      Horace Mann Middle School
Content:       This course offers students additional drill and practice in working
               with decimals and fractions. Students will work in groups organized around student proficiencies and needs.
Cost:          Non-residents - T.B.A.

Reading Support - MS

Schedule:      Section 1       8:00 – 9:30, June 13-16, 20-23, 27-30, and July 11-14, and 18-21
               Section 2       9:30 - 11:00 June 13-16, 20-23, 27-30, and July 11-14, and 18-21
Open to:       Current Grades 6, 7, and 8 Students
Location:      Horace Mann Middle School
Content:       This course will address he needs of students who are experiencing reading difficulties. This support will be
               helpful for underachieving students who have a tendency to regress in their reading development during the
               summer.
Cost:          Non-residents - T.B.A.


Writing Workshop - MS

Schedule:      Section 1       8:00 – 9:30, June 13-16, 20-23, 27-30, and July 11-14, and 18-21
               Section 2       9:30 - 11:00 June 13-16, 20-23, 27-30, and July 11-14, and 18-21
Open to:       Current Grades 6, 7, and 8 Students
Location:      Horace Mann Middle School
Content:       This course is intended for students who need assistance with the writing process. The course will give
               practice to the 5 types of writing while strengthening basic sentence and paragraph writing skills. Students
               will receive feedback about their progress based on the Six Traits rubric.
Cost:          Non-residents - T.B.A.


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Elementary Summer Reading Academy:

The purpose of summer reading academy classes is to provide reading instruction for students entering grades two through
five whose reading achievement scores are below grade level.

    Students entering grades 2 and 3 are eligible if their reading achievement scores are one-half year or more below grade
        level.
    Students entering grades 4 and 5 are eligible if their reading achievement scores are one year or more below grade
        level.

Each class period will be ninety minutes per day. Classes will be held Monday through Thursday between the hours of 8:00
a.m. and 11:00 a.m. The class meets the weeks of: 6/13, 6/20, 6/27, 7/11, and 7/18. These classes are offered at all
elementary schools.

Elementary Summer Math Academy:

The purpose of summer math academy classes is to provide mathematics instruction to students entering grades two through
five whose mathematic achievement scores are below grade level. Students are eligible if they are six months or more below
grade level, or if they receive a ―D‖ or below as an achievement grade on their report card. Students who are recommended
by their teachers can also be considered eligible for the math academy classes.

Each class period will be ninety minutes per day. Classes will be held Monday through Thursday between the hours of 8:00
a.m. and 11:00 a.m. The class meets the weeks of: 6/13, 6/20, 6/27, 7/11, and 7/18. These classes are offered at all
elementary schools.

First Grade Readiness Classes:

The purpose of these classes is to provide instruction in a variety of areas including reading, math, and language skills
needed for success in first grade. Each class period will be three hours in length and will be held Monday through Thursday
between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. The class meets the weeks of: 6/13, 6/20, 6/27, 7/11, and 7/18. These
classes are offered at all elementary schools.

Kindergarten Readiness Classes:

The purpose of these classes is to provide extra skill development for pre-kindergarten children before they enter a formal
group-learning environment. Each class period will be three hours in length and will be held Monday through Thursday
between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. The class meets the weeks of: 6/13, 6/20, 6/27, 7/11, and 7/18. These
classes are offered at all elementary schools.

Please contact Kim Benson, Elementary Summer Math and Reading Academies Director, at 751-6950 Extension 102 with any
questions.




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                                              Neenah Joint School District
                                      2011 Summer School Enrichment Program
                             Classes held at Spring Road Elementary School, 1191 Cty Rd II

                Registration Begins April 4, 2011 -Registration Form - DUE BY FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 2011
                                Registrations will NOT be accepted after May 2, 2011

                        Classes will be the weeks of June 13, 20, and 27 - Monday - Thursday
                Materials Fee: A nominal fee will apply for all classes (to be determined at a later date)

DRAMA EXTRAVAGANZA! - Come join Drama Extravaganza! Learn how to put on a play from start to finish. Dazzle your
friends, family, and neighbors with a student created play. Students will learn about auditioning, scenery and prop creation,
set design, marketing, advertising, playwriting, acting, and various other elements of drama performance. Everyone will be a
star in our Drama Extravaganza! (Note the course teacher has helped elementary and middle school students write and
develop plays for over 20 years with nearly 50 plays generated to date.)
                    Grade Level:       1-5                 Time:        12:00 - 3:00 PM

AMERICAN IDOL - NJSD VERSION - Challenge yourself like the professionals and show off your talent at a final
performance!
              Grade Level:   4-5                Time:         12:00 - 1:30 PM

PAGE TO STAGE - Behind the scenes monologue preparation for the young, aspiring actor with a final stage performance.
              Grade Level:      4-5              Time:         1:30-3:00 PM

SCRAP-A-GANZA KIDS’ SCRAP - Come join us this summer for our Scrap-A-Ganza Kids’ Scrap. Your weeks will be filled
with planning, preparing, designing, writing, and publishing a scrapbook of a time in your life. Cropping photos, writing in
journaling boxes, designing embellishments and enhancing your story will be your focus during your experience. Developed
photos from a time in your life will be used to create your special ―All about Me‖ scrapbook. Come ready to create, design,
and publish your very own book.
                   Grade Level:          4-5                Time:         12:00-1:30

SCRAP-A-GANZA KIDS’ SCRAP - Come join us this summer for our Scrap-A-Ganza Kids’ Scrap. Your weeks will be filled
with planning, preparing, designing, writing, and publishing a scrapbook of a time in your life. Cropping photos, writing in
journaling boxes, designing embellishments and enhancing your story will be your focus during your experience. Developed
photos from a time in your life will be used to create your special ―All about Me‖ scrapbook. Come ready to create, design,
and publish your very own book.
                   Grade Level:          1-3                Time:         1:30-3:00 PM

AWESOME ANIMAL SCULPTURES - Have you ever noticed how different cultures often create animals in their artwork? In
this class students will be introduced to new cultures and get to explore a variety of materials such as clay and paper-mache’
to create animal sculptures and masks.
                    Grade Level:        1-5               Time:         12:00 - 1:30 PM

BEAD-UTIFUL JEWELRY! - Learn how to make your very own beads and jewelry! In this class students will learn how to
create beads from materials like clay and paper. Then we will take those beads and make beautiful jewelry!
                  Grade Level:         4-5              Time:         1:30-3:00 PM

WRITING JUST FOR THE FUN OF IT - Come join in on the writing fun! We are going to have a blast creating our own
writing pieces just like real writers do. Nobody will tell you what to write about! You are the boss! Hop on board for some
writing wizardry ... Just for the fun of it!
                     Grade Level:          1-3                Time:        12:00 - 1:30 PM

THE AMAZING HUMAN BODY - Our bodies are amazing! Join us this summer to find out just how stupendous they really
are. We will be learning about the major organs and the wondrous systems at work in each of us! Each child will create a
paper model of themselves complete with all of the organs. Simply amazing!
                    Grade Level:      1-3                Time:      1:30-3:00 PM




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              School District of




               Summer School 2011
                 Course Offerings

Classes will be held Monday through Friday unless otherwise noted.


     Monday, June 6 – Thursday, June 30

                   Registration begins in April.




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                                      Summer School 2011
Program Regulations:
  Registration – The summer school registration window will be from April 4-22. Fees are to be paid at the
  time of registration. Students will not be scheduled into classes until all fees have been paid. Students will be
  scheduled into classes on a first come, first serve basis. Please contact the school office at 920-986-3351
  ext. 721 if you have any questions.
  Eligibility – All students from the consortium school districts are eligible to attend classes in Shiocton.
  Students not enrolled in the Shiocton School District must obtain the signature of the summer school
  coordinator from their home school district prior to registration. Out-of-district registration forms will not be
  accepted without a home district signature.
  Attendance - Students are expected to attend summer school on a regular basis. Absences jeopardize
  earning credit for high school classes.
  Conduct – Regular school year rules apply during summer school. Students are expected to go home when
  their instructional sessions end. If students attend only one or two course sessions, they will not be allowed to
  wait a long period of time for rides or to talk with other students who are still involved in summer school
  activities.

Program Fee:
  There will be a $5.00 registration fee per student attending summer school in Shiocton ($15 maximum
  per family not including fees for Cooking or Stamping classes). Please make checks payable to the
  Shiocton School District. Fees must be paid at the time of registration in order for your child to be
  officially registered into his/her classes.

Individual Student Course Schedules:
  Student schedules, including room locations and instructor names, will be distributed in late May or early
  June.

Canceled Classes:
  Courses may have to be canceled due to insufficient numbers or lack of staff. For this reason, we ask that
  students list their first, second, and third choices for each hour.

Pupil Transportation:
  Student transportation to and from summer school is the parent’s responsibility. No transportation is provided
  by the school district.

Grade Level:
  The grade level listed for each class refers to the grade which a student will be entering in the fall.

Summer School Questions:
  For the most up-to-date course information, please contact the Shiocton Elementary/Middle School Office
  directly at 920-986-3351 ext. 721.



                                    See you in June!
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    Please Note:
    There will be a $5.00 registration fee per student ($15 maximum per family for registration fees not including
    Stamping or Cooking classes). The only classes that will require an additional fee will be Stamping ($4.00) and
    Cooking ($10.00). The registration form, along with all registration fees, must be submitted at the same time
    to the elementary/middle school office. Checks should be made payable to the Shiocton School District.

    Here is an example for the Jones family of 4:

    Example 1: Jimmy Jones signs up for 4 classes (not Stamping or Cooking). Cost = $5.00 (for summer school
    registration fee)

    Example 2: Johnnie Jones signs up for 3 classes and Cooking. Cost = $5.00 (for summer school registration fee)
    plus $10.00 for Cooking Class. Total Cost = $15.00

    Example 3: Cindy Jones signs up for Stamping. Cost = $5.00 (for summer school registration fee) plus $4.00 for
    Stamping Class. Total Cost = $9.00

    Example 4: Jesse Jones signs up for Cooking and 2 other classes. Cost = $0 for registration fee (since family
    already reached the $15 cap for registration fees) plus $10.00 for Cooking class. Total Cost = $10.00

    Total Cost for Jones Family Example = $39.00
    Registration Fees for Jones Family Example (4 children): $15.00
    Other Fees (Stamping or Cooking): $24.00




                       Classes Designed to Give Your Child an
                                Extra Boost in Math:
Course:        Math Refresher                                                              Grade Levels 1-8
Date:          Monday, June 6 – Thursday, June 30
Time:          9:00-10:00        Section 1 (Grades 3-4)
               10:00-11:00       Section 2 (Grades 1-2)
               11:00-12:00       Section 3 (Grades 5-8)
Description:   This is the class for your child if he/she needs a boost in math. Materials and instruction will be done at the
               child’s instructional level. The basic skills of math will be stressed. There will also be an emphasis on
               problem solving.

Course:        Academy of Math                                                             Grade Levels 1-8
Date:          Monday, June 6 – Thursday, June 30
Time:          8:00–9:00         Section 1 (Grades 1-8)
               11:00-12:00       Section 2 (Grades 1-8)
Description:   Are you a student who would like to polish up your math skills? If so, this is the perfect class for you. Come
               participate in this computerized tutorial program that begins by assessing your math skills. Once the
               assessment is complete, a computerized program will be designed to meet your needs. You will spend 19
               days working at your own pace on the computer with the intent of enhancing and strengthening your math
               skills. Within the program, you will earn ―trophies‖ for mastering skills. Certificates will also be earned along
               the way as skills are mastered. *The class size for this class is limited. Students will be scheduled into this
               class on a first-come, first-served basis.




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Course:        Math Pizzazz                                                                  Grade Levels 4-8
Date:          Monday, June 6 – Thursday, June 30
Time:          8:00–9:00         Section 1 (Grades 4-8)
Description:   Think differently! Get stronger! Yes, these two things will happen when you tackle Math Pizzazz. Your
               student’s mind will approach problems that will help them retrain the way they think and do math problems.
               From basic problems that involve logic, to equations that involve variables, your student can improve on
               these types of skills by the time they leave this class. Basic skills of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and
               division will be stressed through the use of humor, problem-solving, and games.



                        Classes Designed to Give Your Child an
                               Extra Boost in Reading:

Course:        Would You? Could You? Read A Book!                                            Grade Levels 1-2
Date:          Monday, June 6 – Thursday, June 30
Time:          9:00-10:00       Section 1 (Grades 1-2)
Description:   Yes, you could and you would. This course, designed for young readers, will include a study of the famous
               children’s author, Dr. Seuss, but the main focus will be on reviewing and practicing reading skills. Your child
               will be provided with opportunity after opportunity to use their reading strategies. This course is meant to
               maintain and extend what was learned in the classroom.

Course:        Guided Reading – ―Camp Read-A-Lot‖                                            Grade Levels 1-3
Date:          Monday, June 6 – Thursday, June 30
Time:          11:00-12:00      Section 1 (Grades 1-3)
Description:   In this course, designed for readers of all abilities, students will be placed in an individualized program that
               will provide them the opportunity to explore both fiction and nonfiction books. Built into the course will be an
               incentive plan that will encourage continued reading throughout the summer. Come join us for fun with
               reading!

Course:        SUPER SIZE Your Reading                                                       Grade Levels 3-4
Date:          Monday, June 6 – Thursday, June 30
Time:          10:00-11:00      Section 1 (Grades 3-4)
Description:   This course will review the ―SUPER 6 Comprehension Strategies‖. It is meant to maintain and extend what
               your child learned in the classroom. It will offer the students numerous opportunities to use the strategies as
               they read which will lead to increased and deeper understanding.

Course:        Hottest Titles in Town – Your Choice!                                         Grade Levels 5-8
Date:          Monday, June 6 – Thursday, June 30
Time:          8:00-9:00         Section 1 (Grades 5-8)
Description:   The hottest titles in town will be offered for your child’s reading enjoyment. After ―poppin‖ open the book of
               their choice (three will be offered) your child will enjoy book conversation with their peers. At the end of the
               course we will close the curtain with popcorn and a movie to celebrate their success.



  Enrichment and/or Physical Fitness Classes:
Course:        Summer Fun for Kindergartners & First Graders!                               Grade Levels K5-1
Date:          Monday, June 6 – Thursday, June 30
Time:          8:00-10:00       Section 1 (Grades K5-1)
                    *NOTE: Two hour block
Description:   This class is being offered to students entering five-year-old kindergarten or first grade. Come and join us for
               some summer fun! Children entering Five-Year-Old Kindergarten or First Grade can keep concepts fresh in
               their minds through fun activities which will reinforce alphabet concepts; math concepts; and language
               concepts along with fun science and art activities. This two hour session will provide a great opportunity for
               your child to have some hands-on, interactive fun while reinforcing Kindergarten and First Grade skills.
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Course:        ―Camp Success‖ for Kindergarten                                            Grade Level K5
Date:          Monday, June 6 – Thursday, June 30
Time:          10:00-12:00       Section 1 (Grade K5)
                   *NOTE: Two hour block
Description:    This class is for students entering five-year-old kindergarten. Summer campers will be involved in a variety
               of camp activities that foster basic skills and readiness for kindergarten. Campers will also be engaged in
               ―camp‖ related activities that will enhance cooperation, social interaction, and teamwork. This two hour
               session is a great way for your child to engage in hands-on camp activities while incorporating kindergarten
               readiness skills.

Course:        Fun with Computers                                                          Grade Levels 1-3
Date:          Monday, June 6 – Thursday, June 30
Time:          8:00-9:00         Section 1 (Grades 1-3)
Description:   In this class, we will explore educational games on the computer and age-appropriate Internet sites. Come
               join us for a fun-filled time!

Course:        Ocean Habitats                                                              Grade Levels 1-4
Date:          Monday, June 6 – Thursday, June 30
Time:          8:00-9:00          Section 1 (Grades 1-4)
Description:   Imagine that you are standing on the shore watching the powerful waves pound the rocks. Tiny crabs scurry
               beneath the rocks and bright anemones wave their tentacles. As you move deeper into the water, huge
               blades of kelp float beside you. A stingray ―flies‖ by as you descend into an underwater forest. Watch as the
               marlin and tuna pursue schools of fish like snapper and herring. Below you, in the darkness of the deep sea,
               fish like the bristlemouth and the gulper eel scavenge on the ocean floor. Learn about these special ocean
               habitats in this class where we will make a 4-pocket book filled with facts and fun. Come enjoy some ocean
               fun!

Course:        Spectacular Science                                                         Grade Levels 1-3
Date:          Monday, June 6 – Thursday, June 30
Time:          10:00-11:00     Section 2 (Grades 1-3)
Description:   Come join us for hands-on science and science experiments guaranteed to be FUN! 

Course:        Team Building/Climbing Wall                                                 Grade Levels 1-8
Date:          Monday, June 6 – Thursday, June 30
Time:          10:00–11:00        Section 1 (Grades 4-8)
               11:00–12:00        Section 2 (Grades 1-5)
Description:   Students enrolled in this class will focus on trust, cooperation, team building, self-concept and goal setting.
               Activities within the class are cooperative games, spotting, low-elements/initiatives, safety procedures, knot
               tying, belaying and wall climbing. This intensive, short-term class will be a significant, long-lasting
               experience. Come climb the wall and participate in a variety of exciting, fun-filled and challenging activities!

Course:        Stamping, Hand Made Cards & More                                            Grade Levels 1-8
Date:          Monday, June 6 – Thursday, June 30
Date:          Monday, June 6 – Thursday, June 30
Description:   Homemade paper. Funky folds. Inchies and twinchies. Come learn how to do all this and more. Have fun
               stamping your way through many holidays and special occasions. You’ll surprise yourself with what you’ll be
               able to create!
Fee:           $4.00

Course:        Cooking                                                                     Grade Levels 1-8
Date:          Monday, June 6 – Thursday, June 30
Time:          8:00-9:00        Section 1 (Grades 1-8)
               9:00-10:00       Section 2 (Grades 1-8)
               10:00-11:00      Section 3 (Grades 1-8)
Description:   Come and enjoy the wonderful world of cooking. Learn about utensils and different ingredients while cooking
               up delicious treats and meals. Bring your appetite because you will be eating daily.
Fee:           $10.00



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Course:        Games, Games, Games                                                         Grade Levels 1-8
Date:          Monday, June 6 – Thursday, June 30
Time:          9:00–10:00      Section 1 (Grades 1-8)
               10:00–11:00     Section 2 (Grades 1-8)
               11:00–12:00     Section 3 (Grades 1-8)
Description:   Do you enjoy playing games, but never have anyone to play with? Sign up for this class and enjoy playing
               dominoes, cribbage, scrabble, checkers, monopoly, card games, indoor games, outdoor games and many
               more.

Course:        Boys Basketball                                                             Grade Levels 2-9
Date:          Monday, June 6 – Thursday, June 30
Time:          10:00–11:00       Section 1 (Grades 2-5)
               11:00-12:00       Section 2 (Grades 6-9)
Description:   This program will focus on the basic fun-damental skills (shooting, dribbling, passing, foot work) of basketball
               through drills, contests and games. All boys will be actively involved for the hour. This course will develop a
               greater appreciation for the fundamentals of basketball and game play.

Course:        Girls Basketball                                                            Grade Levels 2-9
Date:          Monday, June 6 – Thursday, June 30
Time:          8:00–9:00         Section 1 (Grades 2-5)
               9:00-10:00        Section 2 (Grades 6-9)
Description:   This program will focus on the basic fun-damental skills (shooting, dribbling, passing, foot work) of basketball
               through drills, contests and games. All girls will be actively involved for the hour. This course will develop a
               greater appreciation for the fundamentals of basketball and game play.

Course:        Flag Football for Fitness                                                   Grade Levels 2-9
Date:          Monday, June 6 – Thursday, June 30
Time:          9:00-10:00        Section 1 (Grades 2-9)
Description:   So you love football and throwing the ball around in the summer, but can’t always find enough friends around
               to get a game together? This will no longer be a problem. Come and learn, first, the rules that go along with
               flag football, then play and get some great exercise while having fun. Pretend you are playing in the NFL.
               There will be tryouts, a draft to be placed on teams, trades can be made, and play books will be developed.
               General Managers will run an organization as you play for the Super Bowl. The Packers will be looking for
               players in the future and you may be it. Boys and girls in grades 2-9 are welcome. **Students will be divided
               into grade level teams (grades 2-5 & grades 6-9) for flag football.

Course:        Computerized Scrapbooking and Yearbook Design                               Grade Levels 4-8
Date:          Monday, June 6 – Thursday, June 30
Time:          11:00-12:00      Section 1 (Grades 4-8)
Description:   Join the fun of scrapbooking using the computer. Learn to take digital pictures and download them to a
               scrapbook page. Add clipart, titles, and script to create a unique page. Learn the elements of design
               needed to create yearbook pages for the middle school and high school yearbook. Develop skills to create
               unique pages just for you.

Course:        Team Sports & Activities                                                    Grade Levels 5-8
Date:          Monday, June 6 – Thursday, June 30
Time:          8:00-9:00         Section 1 (Grades 5-8)
Description:   A variety of inside and outside activities depending on the interests of the students enrolled in the class.
               Activities may include volleyball, soccer, kickball, cooperative games, track, parachute games and much
               more. Emphasis will be on sportsmanship, team work, and FUN!

Course:        Book Club                                                                   Grade Levels 5-12
Date:          Monday, June 6 – Thursday, June 30
Time:          11:00-12:00      Section 1 (Grades 5-12)
Description:   In small groups, students will read and discuss literature (age appropriate). This class will have fun
               opportunities for the avid and reluctant reader to socialize with other students using books!



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Course:        Writer’s Workshop                                                            Grade Levels 5-12
Date:          Monday, June 6 – Thursday, June 30
Time:          10:00-11:00   Section 1 (Grades 5-12)
Description:   Come and explore the art of writing. This class is perfect for students who enjoy doing any type of writing.
               These young authors will experience learning the writing process and writing in their choice of genre.

Course:        Girls Basketball                                                             Grade Levels 7-12
Date:          Monday, June 6 – Thursday, June 30
Time:          12:00-1:00 p.m. Section 1 (Grades 7-12)
Description:   This class is open to girls who are interested in basketball. It is aimed at providing an opportunity for girls
               who like basketball to improve their individual and team basketball skills through individual work-outs and
               game play.

Course:        Boys Basketball                                                              Grade Levels 7-12
Date:          Monday, June 6 – Thursday, June 30
Time:          12:00-1:00 p.m. Section 1 (Grades 7-12)
Description:   This class is open to all boys who are interested in basketball. It is aimed at providing an opportunity for
               boys who like basketball to improve their individual and team basketball skills through individual work-outs
               and game play.

Course:        Weight Training & Conditioning -                                             Grade Levels 8-12
               ―The Bigger Faster Stronger Way‖
Date:          Monday, June 6 – Thursday, June 30
Time:          8:00-9:00 a.m.          Section 1 (Grades 8-12)
               9:00-10:00 a.m.         Section 2 (Grades 8-12)
               10:00-11:00 a.m.        Section 3 (Grades 8-12)
               5:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. Section 4 (Grades 8-12)
Description:   This course will introduce participants to the various aspects of the Bigger Faster Stronger program. The
               BFS program improves all aspects of athletic performance, including strength, power, speed, agility and
               flexibility. Each participant will have his/her own personalized program based on the ―Beat the Computer‖
               software from BFS. The BFS program is perfect for any sport and for any athlete (male or female). This
               program has proven highly successful throughout the country and is currently implemented within our football
               program here at Shiocton High School. For more information go visit the website BiggerFasterStronger.com.




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