Course Info & Descriptions

Summer School 2020

Dates: June 15-18 (Mon-Thurs), June 22-25 (Mon-Thurs), 
June 29-July 2 (Mon-Thurs), July 6-9 (Mon-Thurs) 

Winneconne Community School District
2020 Summer School Program

This booklet includes the course descriptions, location, times, and registration instructions for our 2020 Summer School Program, including Summer Youth Sport Camps, ES and MS Enrichment Classes, Math and ELA re-teach / support, Guidance and School Transition Activities, Band Lessons, Driver’s Education, and High School classes for credit classes. Most of the classes will be held at the Elementary School with a few classes happening at the Middle School and High School. Please follow the registration directions carefully, as we now have online registration for many of the classes.

Summer school will be held the following dates:

  • June 15-18
  • June 22-25
  • June 29-July 2
  • July 6-9

K-5 Students recommended for math and ELA re-teach / support were notified by their teachers in March and April. In most cases students taking math and ELA re-teach / support courses will not be able to take enrichment offerings.

There is NO Charge for summer school; however there may be a supply/material cost for some classes/camps. This will be payable online when you register for classes.

If you have questions, please contact Todd Schroeder at 582-5800 ext. 2124.


High School Summer School Activities

Please click here for the High School summer registration form

 

HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER SCHOOL ACTIVITIES On-Line Registration
HS Health Education (HS Health for Credit) - Mr. Lee

Health Education in the High School is recommended to be taken as a Freshman. This course is designed to give students the knowledge and skills in order to make informed decisions, reduce unhealthy decisions and risk-taking behaviors, develop healthy relationships, and become responsible teenagers and adults. Students will learn concepts, analyze influences, evaluate resources, use interpersonal communication, use decision making and goal setting skills to enhance health, and then practice these skills in order to advocate for their own personal and family health. Topics to be covered in HS health class are 1st aid and CPR {certification}, Mental, Emotional and Social health, Alcohol and Drugs, Human Growth and Development,Nutrition, and Communicable and Non Communicable diseases.

Attendance policy - Students are required to have no more than 5 absences.

Max = 25 students
Class will meet 10:15 to 12:15 daily during the following Summer School 2020 dates; (Monday - Thursday)
Wk 1 = June 8-11
Wk 2 = June 15-18
Wk 3 = June 22-25
Wk 4 = June 29-July 2
Wk 5 = July 6-9
Wk 6 = July 13-16

PE Sports Related Fitness 
This class is a higher intensity class geared to students with an athletic background or to someone who is going to participate in a sport this upcoming school year. This class revolves around building the overall athlete. Students will be going through intense workouts incorporating the 5 Fitness components (cardiovascular endurance, muscular endurance, muscular strength, flexibility, and body composition) as well as the 6 skill related fitness components (agility, balance, coordination, power, reaction time, speed). Some of the class will take place outside and in the gym, while the other half will take place in the weightroom.

Session 1 (credit optional), 6:00am - 8:00am - Mr. Buelow, Ms. Flease, Mr. Lee. This is the only session that can be taken for credit or not for credit. This must be declared at the time of registration. (max 60 students)
 
Session 2 (for credit only), 8:00am – 10:00am  - Mr. Buelow, Ms. Flease, Mr. Lee (max 45 students)

Classes will meet daily during the following Summer School 2020 dates; (Monday - Thursday)
Wk 1 = June 8-11
Wk 2 = June 15-18
Wk 3 = June 22-25
Wk 4 = June 29-July 2
Wk 5 = July 6-9
Wk 6 = July 13-16 

Students must be registered in a summer school PE class in order to use the athletic facilities at these times.

Attendance: Students are only allowed to miss 5 days of classes in order to receive the PE credit. No exceptions! If they take the class for credit, but miss more than the allotted 5 days, they will not pass the class which results in a failing grade in their high school transcripts.
PE Personal Fitness  (for credit only),
8:00 – 10:00 daily , Mr. Buelow, Ms. Flease, Mr. Lee, (max 30 students)

This class is designed for the student seeking improvement in their overall fitness level.  Student will workout incorporating all 5 health-related fitness components (cardiovascular endurance, muscular endurance, muscular strength, flexibility, and body composition) Students will also be exposed to pilates, yoga, weight training, circuit workouts, etc. Basic fitness activities will set a foundation to allow students to be active independently beyond the school setting.

(HS Agriculture for CREDIT) Supervised Agriculture Experience
Instructor; J. Melby
(max 24 students) 

Come and develop your Supervised Agricultural Experience Project!  We will have 3 face to face class sessions, 1 site visit at the location of your SAE and one mandatory field trip to explore agriculture.  This is a project based class for students entering 10th, 11th or 12th grade.
 
Class dates and times to be arranged with Mr. Melby.
Class dates and times to be arranged with Mr. Melby. 
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