• WSD Summer School



    WSD SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM DETAILS

    DATES

    • June 7-30  (4 days per week)
      • Dates subject to change
    • The week of June 7: classes will meet Tuesday-Friday
    • The following 3 weeks: classes will meet Monday-Thursday

    REGISTRATION 

    • Closed April 4, 2022
      • High School Credit Recovery Enrollments may be processed after April 4, by contacting the school counselor
        • Completed e-Forms may be confirmed and viewed by selecting "e-Forms" from the menu and then clicking the "Show completed e-Forms" box at the bottom of the screen.

    SUMMER SCHOOL ENROLLMENT CANCELLATION PROCESS

    • Elementary or Middle School-complete the Summer School Cancellation form on the Tyler SIS Student 360 Portal
    • High School-contact your school counselor to cancel a summer school session
  • K-5 GRADE SUMMER JOURNEY: SUMMER ENRICHMENT

    Please note, summer school enrollment closed April 4, 2022. Requests following this deadline will not be processed.

    ABOUT

    TIMES

    • 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. 

    LOCATION

    • Placement of students will depend on which school they will attend in August 2022. View locations

    Students entering Kindergarten need their updated immunizations prior to attending. New incoming kindergartners will need to show proof of updated immunizations and must have their 4-year-old immunizations which can include: DTAP, MMR, Varicella, Hep B, IPV. In some cases, there may be additional immunization requirements, if the child is not up to date.

    Chautauqua, before and after summer school program will not be offered this summer. Bus services will not be provided. Additional programs may be available to your student by invitation. 



    6-8 GRADE SUMMER SCHOOL:
    SUMMER ENRICHMENT

    Please note, summer school enrollment closed April 4, 2022. Requests following this deadline will not be processed.

    ABOUT

    • This in-person, morning program enriches students’ learning through a variety of engaging course offerings. Students choose 3 areas of interest from the categories below.
    • Breakfast will be available for purchase. Free or reduced price applications are available at any school office or can be printed by clicking here
      Meal Prices: Breakfast K-12 - $1.95

    TIMES

    • 7:30-11:30 a.m. 

    LOCATION

    • Liberty High School

    COURSES AVAILABLE
     

    • Explorations in Science/Stem: Courses in this strand will provide hands-on exploration in Science and Stem-related ideas by investigating, modeling, and exploring the world around you through the creation of solutions and explanations.
    • Investigating New Faces and Places through ELA: Through reading and creative writing, students will explore familiar and unfamiliar faces (people) and places! Courses in this strand will not only teach you about new people and places but will also provide you with hands-on opportunities to solve problems.
    • Fun in the Fine Arts: Tap into your creativity! Courses in this strand will allow you to express yourself through a variety of interactive activities and media. 
    • Math in the Real World: Did you know that math is all around us? From sports to cooking to construction, we use math to accomplish many practical tasks but also to do many things that are fun! Explore math in the world around you through fun projects and activities and discover how math plays a role in everyday life as well as solve real-world problems.
    • Entrepreneurship and Business: Interested in starting your own business someday? Think it could be fun to market products and ideas for companies? In this strand, students participate in Idea Incubator activities that allow them to engage in designing and/or marketing products and to utilize problem-solving and critical thinking.
    • Social Studies: Students will explore topics such as law, historical time periods, psychology, political science, contemporary issues, and sociology.  

    For more information, contact Kevin Kuehl (Frontier Middle), Brian Clemons (South Middle), Kenneth Kasten (Wentzville Middle), and summerschool@wsdr4.org (non-WSD student). 

    Students entering Grade 8 need their TDaP/MCV vaccines prior to attending. Bus services will not be provided.



    9-12 GRADE SUMMER SCHOOL:
    CREDIT RECOVERY & ADVANCEMENT

    Please note, High School Credit Advancement Enrollment closed April 4. Credit Advancement requests following this deadline will not be processed. Only High School Credit Recovery Enrollments may be processed after April 4, by contacting the school counselor.

    TIMES

    • AM Session: 7:15 a.m.-11:00 a.m.
    • PM Session: 11:30 a.m.-3:15 p.m. 
    • Full-Day: 7:15 a.m.-3:15 p.m.

    LOCATION

    • Liberty High School 

    COURSES AVAILABLE

    • View the course offerings here

    For more information, contact Steve Pryor (Liberty), Sonya Borders (Holt), Jason Moore (North Point), Jason Theodorakos (Timberland), and summerschool@wsdr4.org (non-WSD students). 

    Students entering Grade 12 need their MCV4 vaccine prior to attending. Bus services will not be provided. Breakfast and lunch will be available for purchase. Free or reduced price applications are available at any school office or can be printed by clicking here. Meal Prices: Breakfast K-12 - $1.95, Lunch 6-12 - $3.10