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Middle School Summer Programs

School District 72 has once again developed a variety of programs to support learning through the summer as part of Summer School. Summer School typically runs during the month of July. 

​​​Note: Programs are tentatively offered based on a minimum enrolment and dates may be subject to change.

​​Intermediate and Middle Recreation and Reading
(Entering Grades 5, 6, 7, 8)
Ecole Phoenix Middle School
Session 1: July 4 to July 14 (8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.)
Minimum: 12
Maximum: 24

Do you like to play games and do activities? Go to the forest and explore nature? Read for enjoyment? Then Rec and Read is for you! This program aims to keep children active while also developing a love for recreational reading. We will play sports in the gym and field. We will also travel the surrounding area to play games. Between games we will relax and settle into a great book.

Middle School Prep Phoenix
(Entering Grade 6 at Phoenix)

Ecole Phoenix Middle School
Session 1: July 4 to July 14 (8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.)
Minimum: 12
Maximum: 24 *REGISTRATION NOW CLOSED
This course is designed to make the transition from elementary school to middle school as smooth as possible. Your student will become familiar with the layout of the school and introduced the increased expectations that accompany middle school. All this will be done through fun and engaging activities that will give students the best chance of success in September.

Middle School Prep Southgate
(Entering Grade 6 at Southgate)

Southgate Middle School
Session 1: July 4 to July 14 (8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.)
Minimum: 12
Maximum: 24 *REGISTRATION NOW CLOSED
This course is designed to make the transition from elementary school to middle school as smooth as possible. Your student will become familiar with the layout of the school and introduced the increased expectations that accompany middle school. All this will be done through fun and engaging activities that will give students the best chance of success in September.

Food Scientist
(Entering Grades 6, 7)

Ecole Phoenix Middle School
Session 1: July 4 to July 14 (8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.)
Minimum: 12
Maximum: 24
We will become Food Scientists for this course, looking at the science behind growing food, creating food and eating food. We will take our science and math concepts and applying them to making things like; Chocolate Chip Cookies (how can we bump up the heath factor), Candy, Apple Crisp, Pasta, Breads and more. We will go out into our community and see how our food comes together, what we can do ourselves rather than purchasing store bought. Students will be actively engaged in the learning process; they will learn about food and nutrition; they will become more educated “consumers”; and they will develop mathematics and science skills.

Introduction to Computer Programming
(Entering Grades 7, 8, 9)

Timberline Secondary School
Session 1.5: July 10 to July 21 (8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.)
Minimum: 12
Maximum: 24
Learn how to code! All levels of computer experience are welcome, from complete beginners to experienced programmers. Students will be given an introduction to block-based programming, Python, or Java, based on their interest and ability. Options are available for students interested in creating simple apps for Android mobile devices, or designing simple games with the Unity3D game engine and the C# language.

Intro to High School: English / Socials 9
(Entering Grade 9)

Carihi Secondary School
Session 1: July 4 to July 14 (8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.)
Minimum: 12
Maximum: 24
This course is for students entering grade 9 in September. It has two goals: To help make the transition from middle school to high school as smooth as possible and to prepare students for English/Socials 9 in September. Some topics will be study skills, high school expectations, and ensuring your writing and critical thinking skills are up to snuff!

Intro to High School: Math 9
(Entering Grade 9)

Carihi Secondary School
Session 1: July 4 to July 14 (8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.)
Minimum: 12
Maximum: 24
This course Is for students entering grade 9 in September. It has two goals: To help make the transition from middle school to high school as smooth as possible and to prepare students for Math 9 in September. Some topics will be study skills, high school expectations, and ensuring your math skill are up to snuff!

 

​How to Register

The registration deadline is June 29​, 2017 and all registration is accepted on a first come, first served basis with priority given to School District 72 students.​

Parents can register their child electronically through Parent Connect. If you need assistance, please call your child`s school office.

Instructions on How to Login to Parent Connect

Instructions on How to Register for Summer School in Parent Connect

Click HERE to Rgister through Parent Connect