2017 Summer School Information
The WSD is pleased to provide a variety of high quality summer STEM programs designed for students entering kindergarten through sixth grade during the second week of July. The week-long program is free and available for students who reside in our District boundaries.
Summer STEM Week: July 10-13 at Duello Elementary, Monday-Thursday 8:00 am-12:00 pm.
Summer STEM Week Programs are full.
The Board of Education has approved a new summer school program for WSD students entering grades K-8 in the fall. Beginning this summer, the WSD will be utilizing Catapult which will provide all instructional materials and incentives for students to attend (gift cards). In addition, all summer school (K-12) will only be in June. This will allow all buildings to receive a deep clean in July and provide adequate time to move classroom materials to new locations.
We are no longer accepting on-line applications for the Catapult Summer Journey Program.
SUMMER SCHOOL GRADES 9-12: Credit Recovery, Select PE/Health Courses, Personal Finance at Liberty High School and Pearce Hall, June 5-29, Session 1: 7:20-11:05 a.m. and Session 2: 11:35 a.m.- 3:20 p.m. Lunch service will be available. Click here for the High School Summer School 2017 Enrollment Form. The completed forms need to be turned in to your child's school counselor.
SUMMER SCHOOL GRADES 7-8: Math, ELA and Hands on Activities at Liberty High School, June 5-29 from 7:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Lunch service will be available.
SUMMER SCHOOL GRADES K-6: Math, ELA and Hands on Activities at Heritage, Crossroads, Boone Trail, and Discovery Ridge elementary schools, June 5-29 from 8:15 a.m. - 2:45 p.m. Lunch service will be available.
To register for Summer School for students entering grades K-8 in the 2017-18 school year, please fill out this online form.
The Chatauqua Before and After Care program will take place in the cafeteria at the hosting school. Students must be signed in and out daily. Before and After Care is available for students entering kindergarten through sixth grade.