Course Info & Descriptions

Summer School 2019

Dates: June 17-20 (Mon-Thurs), June 24-27 (Mon-Thurs), 
July 8-11 (Mon-Thurs), July 15-18 (Mon-Thurs) 

Winneconne Community School District
2019 Summer School Program

This booklet includes the course descriptions, location, times, and registration instructions for our 2019 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 17-20
  • June 24-27
  • July 8-11
  • July 15-18

Students K-5 recommended for Math and ELA re-teach / support were notified by their teachers in March. Unfortunately, because of scheduling, in most cases student’s 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 to the teacher/advisor on the first day of class. 

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


Quicklinks to each school's course info and descriptions are below.

ES Enrichment
MS Enrichment
HS Summer
MS/HS Summer Band
Sports Camps

Summer Youth Sport Camps

Please click here for Summer Sports Camps online registration form

 

Descriptions Grades Location Dates Times
Girls Basketball Gr. 4-5 Girls’ Basketball Camp HS GYM June 24-26 10:15-11:00
Girls Basketball  Gr. 6-8 Girls’ Basketball Camp HS GYM June 24-26 11:00-12:00
Boys Basketball Gr. 4-5 Boys Basketball Camp HS GYM June 17-19 10:15-11:15
Boys Basketball Gr. 6-8 Boys Basketball Camp HS GYM June 17-19 11:15-12:45
 Wrestling Gr. 3-5 Wrestling Camp   Wrestling Rm June 11-13 10:15-11:15
Wrestling Gr. 6-8 Wrestling Camp Wrestling Rm
June 11-13 11:15-12:30
Golf Camp Gr. 3-8 Coed Golf Beginners Lake Breeze June 24-27 12:30-1:45
Golf Camp Gr. 3-8 Coed Golf Advanced Lake Breeze June 24-27 2:00-3:30


Elementary Enrichment Course Descriptions

Please click here for the 4K-5 enrichment course registration form

There are a maximum number of seats available in each class. When a class is full, it will no longer be displayed as an option on the registration form. Please select another class.

 

8:00 to 9:45 ENRICHMENT CLASSES Gr Location Time

Getting Loose with Dr. Seuss – Mrs. Clark

Oh the places you’ll go as you dive into the wonderful wacky world of Dr. Seuss! This course explores classic tales from Horton Hears a Who to The Sneetches and more! Students will become Seuss enthusiasts as they create crafts and play games to go along with each of the four stories throughout the week. Grab your green eggs, your striped hat, and let’s go visit the land of the Lorax and his truffula trees!
Max = 20 students - No Charge

K-2 RM 65 8:00-9:45

Creating with Clay – Mrs. Sundquist

Discover the many ways you can create works of art in Creating with Clay. Students will learn about the unique properties of clay and make functional clay containers. All pieces will be fired in a kiln, and glazed/painted. If time allows, additional art forms will be introduced. Max = 20 students - Supply cost $10

K-2

ES Art Room

8:00-9:45

Wonders of the Rainforest – Mrs. VanOss

Experience the world of the tropical rainforest, and meet its inhabitants-rare species of animals and plants that exist nowhere else on earth! We will make our own mini rainforest and rainforest creatures. Learn about mysterious plants as we grow our own seedlings. Be prepared to taste edible gifts from the rainforest too. Max = 20 students - Supply cost $5

3-5 RM TBD 8:00-9:45

Art of a Mindful Child – Mrs. Welbes

Mindfulness is a hot topic in education and blends well with the arts.  In this summer course we will work on art projects while practicing a few mindful strategies to calm the mind and body.  The mindful strategies practiced will be breathing exercises, quiet time to nature sounds, and yoga.  After we practice a little mindfulness we will create art projects such as shadow tracing, rock painting, a variety of mandala work, clay bowls, tree weavings, painting to music, and many more.
Max = 15 students - Supply cost $5

3-5 ES Art Room 8:00-9:45

Keyboarding – Ms. Jones

This course is designed to introduce and/or refine basic keyboarding skills.  The class uses a program called Typing Club.  Typing Club uses games and drills to teach basic keyboarding skills.  There are over 600 self paced lessons so each student is able to move at their own pace.  This is the same program utilized currently in the Elementary School, so students are able to pick up right where they left off during the school year. 
Max = 20 students - No Charge

K-2

ES RM TBD

8:00-9:45

Between the Pages: Library Fun! – Mrs. Jerabek

This course will engage students in reading, writing, and other library related activities! Students will have the opportunity to listen to daily read alouds, read and write stories, learn how to find library books, talk about authors, participate in reader’s theater, complete various STEAM activities, engage in library treasure hunts, and more! Students will also be able to checkout library books to bring home throughout the 4 weeks! 
Max = 20 students - No charge

K-2 ES Library 8:00-9:45

Wondrous World of Disney! – Mrs. Ryf & Ms. Damon

Come join in on exploring the Wondrous World of Disney! From the older Disney movies like Mary Poppins and Peter Pan, to the newer Disney films like Frozen, Wreck it Ralph, and Inside Out (Just to name a few). This class with consist of learning about Walt Disney himself, Mickey and Minnie Mouse, and so much more. We will have a craft project daily, along with other activities across the curriculum.    Hope you can come join in on the fun! 
Max = 25 students - Supply Cost $10

K-2 ES RM TBD 8:00-9:45

Cursive Writing – Mrs. Ellis

Come and discover this lost art.  Don’t you want to sign your name when you have a checkbook, buy your first car or home? We will have a fun few weeks of learning to write in cursive.   We will use markers, pudding, shaving cream and chalk to practice. Come and discover your signature.
Max = 20 students - Supply cost $5

3-8 RM TBD 8:00-9:45

Games, Games, Games Ms. Johnson & Mrs. Kuehnl

Tag! You’re it! In this course, we will play a variety of games. This class focuses on brain teasers, board games, card games, individual and team games, outdoor games, and much more! Games played will have an emphasis on reading and following directions, problem-solving strategies, critical thinking, teamwork, compromise, a winning/losing attitude, and clean-up. Children will have the opportunity to play some of their favorite games with a creative twist, learn some new ones, and create games of their own, too! We can’t wait for you to join us! **Please send students with sneakers on days we can get outside! 
Max = 20 students - Supply cost $5

3-5 RM TBD 8:00-9:45
Sampling the Sciences  Mrs. Salm

During this hands-on course, students will get a feel for chemistry, biology, astronomy, and physics. Students will get to investigate microorganisms under a microscope, use everyday acids to dissolve the shell off an egg, dissect a fish, create balloon rockets, study our universe and much, much more! If you enjoy science and like hands-on learning, this class is for you!
Max = 20 students - Supply cost $6

3-5  RM TBD  8:00-9:45 
Introduction to Eats and Treats - Mrs Buelow

Are you interested in cooking and baking, but not quite ready for the stove or oven? This class gives you the chance to review basic kitchen skills, nutrition, and sanitation while combining ingredients to make something tasty using only the refrigerator/freezer or microwave.  Even better - there will be snacks each day to either enjoy during class or take home!
Max = 10 students - Supply cost $10

3-5  RM 35  8:00-9:45 

 

10:00 to 11:45 ENRICHMENT CLASSES Gr Location Time

Getting Loose with Dr. Seuss – Mrs. Clark

Oh the places you’ll go as you dive into the wonderful wacky world of Dr. Seuss! This course explores classic tales from Horton Hears a Who to The Sneetches and more! Students will become Seuss enthusiasts as they create crafts and play games to go along with each of the four stories throughout the week. Grab your green eggs, your striped hat, and let’s go visit the land of the Lorax and his truffula trees!
Max = 20 students - No Charge

K-2 RM 65 10:00-11:45

Creating with Paint – Ms. Sundquist

Students will learn how to paint like famous artists. We will use watercolor paint, acrylic, and tempera paint. Projects will include “splatter painting”, clay and Van Gogh painting. Great for students who want to explore painting. (paint shirt required) 
Max = 20 students - Supply cost $10

K-2 ES Art Room 10:00-11:45

Art of a Mindful Child – Mrs. Welbes

Mindfulness is a hot topic in education and blends well with the arts.  In this summer course we will work on art projects while practicing a few mindful strategies to calm the mind and body.  The mindful strategies practiced will be breathing exercises, quiet time to nature sounds, and yoga.  After we practice a little mindfulness we will create art projects such as shadow tracing, rock painting, a variety of mandala work, clay bowls, tree weavings, painting to music, and many more. 
Max = 15 students - Supply cost $5

3-5 ES Art Room 10:00-11:45

Keyboarding – Ms. Jones

This course is designed to introduce and/or refine basic keyboarding skills.  The class uses a program called Typing Club.  Typing Club uses games and drills to teach basic keyboarding skills.  There are over 600 self paced lessons so each student is able to move at their own pace.  This is the same program utilized currently in the Elementary School, so students are able to pick up right where they left off during the school year. 
Max = 20 students - No Charge

3-5 ES RM TBD 10:00-11:45
Between the Pages: Library Fun! – Mrs. Jerabek

This course will engage students in reading, writing, and other library related activities! Students will have the opportunity to listen to daily read alouds, read and write stories, learn how to find library books, talk about authors, participate in reader’s theater, complete various STEAM activities, engage in library treasure hunts, and more! Students will also be able to checkout library books to bring home throughout the 4 weeks!
Max = 20 students - No charge

K-2   ES Library 10:00-11:45 

Wonders of the Rainforest – Ms. VanOss

Experience the world of the tropical rainforest, and meet its inhabitants-rare species of animals and plants that exist nowhere else on earth! We will make our own mini rainforest and rainforest creatures. Learn about mysterious plants as we grow our own seedlings. Be prepared to taste edible gifts from the rainforest too. Max = 20 students - Supply cost $5

K-2

RM TBD

10:00-11:45

Ancient Heros – Mrs. Ryf & Ms. Damon

We have Superman – the Romans had Hercules. We have Spider-Man - they had Theseus. We have the Avengers - they had Jason and the Argonauts. The Romans looked up to their own superheroes just like we do today. Come learn more about these ancient heroes and see if they compare to our modern ones! 
Max = 25 students - Supply cost $5

3-5 ES RM TBD 10:00-11:45

Cursive Writing – Mrs. Ellis

Come and discover this lost art.  Don’t you want to sign your name when you have a checkbook, buy your first car or home? We will have a fun few weeks of learning to write in cursive.   We will use markers, pudding, shaving cream and chalk to practice. Come and discover your signature. 
Max = 20 students - Supply cost $5

3-8 RM TBD 10:00-11:45

Group Games - Ms. Johnson & Mrs. Kuehnl

Tag! You’re it! In this course, we will play a variety of games. This class focuses on age-appropriate board games, card games, individual and team games, outdoor games, and much more! Games played will have an emphasis on reading and following directions, problem-solving strategies, critical thinking, teamwork, compromise, a winning/losing attitude, and clean-up. Children will have the opportunity to play some of their favorite games with a creative twist, learn some new ones, and create games of their own, too! We can’t wait for you to join us! **Please send students with sneakers on days we can get outside! 
Max = 20 students - Supply cost $5

K-2 RM TBD 10:00-11:45
Sampling the Sciences Mrs. Salm

During this hands-on course, students will get a feel for chemistry, biology, astronomy, and physics. Students will get to investigate microorganisms under a microscope, use everyday acids to dissolve the shell off an egg, dissect a fish, create balloon rockets, study our universe and much, much more!  If you enjoy science and like hands-on learning, this class is for you!
Max = 20 students - Supply cost $6

3-5  RM TBD  10:00-11:45 
Introduction to Eats and Treats - Mrs Buelow

Are you interested in cooking and baking, but not quite ready for the stove or oven? This class gives you the chance to review basic kitchen skills, nutrition, and sanitation while combining ingredients to make something tasty using only the refrigerator/freezer or microwave.  Even better - there will be snacks each day to either enjoy during class or take home!
Max = 10 students - Supply cost $10

3-5 RM 35 10:00-11:45

 

Summer School Enrichment Camp On-line Registration

School Forest Day Camp – Ms. McGrath

Do you love exploring nature and learning about plants and animals in the outdoors?  Then this class is for you!  Forest Day Camp is a class that will get you outside and learning at the Norbert Rich School Forest.  At Forest Day Camp we will take an in-depth look at the critters of Wisconsin.  From our feathered to furry friends and creepy crawlies on the ground, we will cover everything from eagles and deer to frogs and fish with just about everything in between. Students should be prepared to dress appropriately for outdoor conditions the whole day and are asked to pack a lunch.  Parents are responsible for transportation to and from the Norbert Rich Property (5007 Ginnow Road).  The Forest Day Camp will run from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. each day.  Students may be dropped off no earlier than 7:45 a.m. and must be picked up by 4:15 p.m. Dates are as follows; 
Grades 4 and 5 will run on Friday, June 14th and July 12th only.  
Grades 2 and 3 will run on Friday, June 21st and July 19th only.  
Grades K and 1 will run on Friday, June 28th and July 26th only.

Max = 25 students – Supply cost $5.00

Note that these dates will run differently in schedule from the regular Winneconne Elementary Summer School Program so this gives students an ADDITIONAL enrichment opportunity. Dress appropriately for outdoor fun each day.  Students must sign up for the entire time block from 8:00-4:00pm.

Grade 4 & 5  June 14 and July 12.  
Grade 2 &3 June 21 and July 19.  
Grade K &1 June 28 and July 26.

 

4K SUMMER SCHOOL OPPORTUNITIES On-line Registration

Kick off to 4K – Ms. Nigl

This class will get students excited for 4K and learn some basic skills to prepare them socially, and emotionally. Students will need to be attending 4K in the fall of 2019. The class will be taught by a licensed 4K teacher. The Kick off to 4K class will offer the following plus more:

  • Provide students the confidence needed for a successful start in 4K
  • Introduce future 4K students to the alphabet and environmental print
  • Engage in interactive play with peers
  • Support the anticipation of being in a school building
  • Music and movement

Max = 20 students – Supply cost $5.00

This course is for children who will be eligible for attending 4K in the fall of 2019

Daily Session times are from 8:00 to 9:45 OR 10:00 to 11:45

Introduction to 5K - Ms. Geiger

This course is designed to introduce and/or reinforce basic readiness skills for kindergarten; including early literacy and math skills, along with social and emotional development. This will include letter recognition, applying letter and sound knowledge during reading and writing, engaging in interactive play with peers.
Max = 20 students - Supply cost $5

This course is for children who will be eligible for attending 5K in the fall of 2019


Daily Session times are from 8:00 to 9:45 OR 10:00 to 11:45


Middle School Enrichment Opportunities

Please click here for the Grades 6-8 enrichment course registration form

 

MIDDLE SCHOOL OPPORTUNITIES On-line Registration

Ready…Set…Relax! for incoming 6th Graders

Worried about middle school… or not really worried but would like to get ready? This course will explore a variety of topics of interest to the soon-to-be middle schooler. Fun activities, discussions, group interactions, personal exploration, organizing locker (with school supplies), role playing their schedule are some of the topics covered in this course. Students will have the opportunity to get their schedules, locker assignments, learn how to use a lock, and get their school supplies ready for fall. Online you can find the needed school supplies for Middle School. Since one part of this class is labeling school supplies and organizing lockers, we ask that you have these supplies by the second day of this summer school course.
Max = 20 students. No charge

This course is being held four sessions. August 12 & 13 or August 14 & 15. Information will be sent out to all 5th grade students sometime this spring.

Register online.

Daily session times are from 8:00 to 10:00 OR 10:15 to 12:15

Introduction to Technology – Mr. Arps
Current Grades 6-8

This class will introduce students to the basics of technology in the high school STEAM labs. This class will take place for 2 weeks, one week in design and manufacturing and the other in robotics and electronic applications. For the manufacturing week, students will produce a product to take home. Students will learn how to use design software to communicate with machines: 3D printers, laser engraver, CNC equipment. The following week, students will build robots, program them to maneuver them through courses.  
Max = 15 students - No Charge

Two sessions available
Session 1 - 8:00 to 9:45 daily
Session 2 - 10:00 to 11:45 daily
Week 1 and  2 
June 17-20 & June 24-27

Location: HS H107 

Eats and Treats 1 - Mrs. Blank - Grades 6-8

Love to cook? Want to learn? This class will teach you how to prepare a variety of dishes, read recipes, understand nutrition labels, and safety in the kitchen. Appetizers, main dishes, desserts and much, much more! Bon Appétit! 
Max = 20 students. Supply Cost $15

8:00-9:45 daily

Location: MS Room 15
 

Eats and Treats 2 - Mrs. Blank - Grades 6-8

Love to cook? Want to learn? This class will teach you how to prepare a variety of dishes, read recipes, understand nutrition labels, and safety in the kitchen. Appetizers, main dishes, desserts and much, much more! Bon Appétit!
Max = 20 students. Supply Cost $15

10:00- 11:45 daily

Location: MS Room 15  

Choose your own Adventure  Mrs. Engel and Ms. Noack

“Choose Your Own Adventure” is the place to be this summer for kids looking to enjoy some summer downtime! We will work together to choose the adventures we will take as a class.  Some ideas might include: trips to the library, mindfulness activities, outdoor games, and park visits.  The possibilities are endless.  Come join in the fun as you create the summer YOU want to have! 
Max = 20 students. Supply Cost $5

8:00 - 9:45 daily

Location: TBD
Kindness Club Mrs. Engel and Ms. Noack
Grades 6-8 

“In a world where you can be anything, be kind!” This class is all about kindness and service. We will find ways we can show our community how awesome our middle schoolers are. We will walk to various places in the community to do kind acts for people, much like community service. It may include visiting the library, local elderly homes, daycares, parks and more. Join us as we “spread kindness around like confetti!”
Max = 20 students – Supply cost $10.00

10:00- 11:45 daily

Location: MS Room 24  
Art Mix it Up! - Ms. Horvath - Grades 6-8

Get ready to mix it up this summer! “Mix it Up” will have and arts and crafts emphasis with STEAM and a variety of outdoor activities blended in. Join us for a creative and fun summer!
Max = 20 students – Supply cost $10.00

8:00-9:45 daily
or
10:00- 11:45 daily

Location: MS Art Room  
Get out Get moving!  Mrs. Meunier

Do you need to put your electronics down and just get outside and get moving?  We will be doing a variety of activities from backyard games such as Kan Jam, Beanbags or Latterball to organized games such as Capture the Flag or Kickball, to more leisure activities such as nature hikes.  Students will experience a variety of games, activities, and skills that will get you out and moving. Sportsmanship, team cooperation, as well as skills will be emphasized. Each week a different sport/activity will be the focus, either way it will be a great way to get out and get moving. 
Max = 20 students - No charge

8:00-9:45 daily

Location: MS Room 10
Games Galore  Mrs. Meunier
  

Do you like games? Then this class is for you! We’ll spend our time playing indoor games from classic board games, card games, puzzles, minute to-win-it challenges, escape room challenges, brain teasers, and scavenger hunts. Some games may test your strategy and math skills, others will test your group work and some will be just plain fun. Best of all, they’ll all be different, so you are guaranteed to find a favorite. This will be a fun way to enjoy time with friends in summer school this year!
Max = 20 students - No charge

10:00-11:45 daily

Location: MS Room 10


High School Summer School Activities

Please click here for the High School summer registration form

 

HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER SCHOOL ACTIVITIES On-Line Registration

High School 101 – for incoming 9th Graders

Everything you “weren’t” sure you wanted to know about high school but thought you had better ask. This is a one day course, student should sign up to attend on only one of the dates.
For the incoming freshmen who would like to start high school not worried about:

1- Understanding my schedule and finding my classrooms
2- What is my locker combination and how do I open my locker?
3- What will my typical day be like?
4- How do I get my lunch and where do I eat it?

The class will also cover transcripts, a guided school tour Q & A with high school students, and MUCH, MUCH more! This is a more in-depth informational class than the orientation night and is highly encouraged for all in-coming freshmen.  
No charge

This is a one-day course being held on August 14, 9:00 - 11:00 OR 1:00 - 3:00


Instructors are Theresa Sonnleitner & Sarah Meyer, High School Counselors.

Information will be sent out to all 8th grade students sometime this spring.  Register on-line.

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 2019 dates; (Monday - Friday)
Wk 1 = June 17-21
Wk 2 = June 24-28
Wk 3 = July 8-12
Wk 4 = July 15-19
Wk 5 = July 22 - 26
Wk 6 = July 29 - Aug. 2

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 2019 dates; (Monday - Friday)
Wk 1 = June 17-21
Wk 2 = June 24-28
Wk 3 = July 8-12
Wk 4 = July 15-19
Wk 5 = July 22 - 26
Wk 6 = July 29 - Aug. 2

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.

American History 10  (HS SS for CREDIT) Mrs. Gogo
8:00 am - 10:00 am Daily

This hybrid summer course is an option for fulfilling the American History (10) requirement. This course explores a number of the themes and events of our country’s history from the dawn of the 20th Century to the present. Much emphasis is placed on examining, reflecting upon, questioning, and further investigating America’s story through the use of primary source material. With an emphasis on global impact, this course evaluates changes in U.S. political, social, and economic institutions, and probes American involvement in the world throughout history.

This course runs for five weeks and meets in face-to-face sessions 4 times per week.  Additionally, students will spend a minimum of 12 hours per week participating in the online portion of the course outside of class.  The instructor will have weekly office hours to meet with students outside of class time. 

Students should be prepared to spend 20-25 hours on this course each week.
Max 25 Students
Classes will meet daily during the following Summer School 2019 dates; (Monday - Thursday)

Face-to-Face Course dates: 
June 10-13
June 17-20
June 24-27
July 8-11
July 15-18

Attendance Policy: Students may miss no more than 4 class periods and will be required to make up all missed class time and assignments. 
(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. 
Driver’s Education – Classroom Instruction

We are offering for incoming 10th grade students the classroom portion of Driver’s Education. Current Freshmen parents will be contacted by the HS this spring with all necessary information and requirements. Eligible students: Must be 15 years old as of the last day of class. Per Wisconsin DMV requirements, attendance at all classes is required.
Max 25 students per section - No charge
June 17-20 (Mon-Thurs)
June 24-27 (Mon-Thurs)
July 8-11 (Mon-Thurs)
July 15-18 (Mon-Thurs)  

Section 1: 12:00-2:00 
Section 2: 2:15-4:15
Section 3, 4:30-6:30 



 MS/HS Summer School Band Opportunities

Register with links below each class for this section

Summer School Music Opportunities Follow the registration instructions listed within the description of each class listed below.

Band Lessons for Middle and High School - Grades 7-12

Individual lessons are a great opportunity for students to gain additional skills and continue to progress on their instrument throughout the summer. Students will be given individual 15 minute lessons once a week during the summer school dates. The day/time will be sent to you following sign up.

Students will sign up for this course using the following link:
Click here for Signup Form 

Max = 40 students. No charge
June 17-20 (Mon-Thurs)
June 24-27 (Mon-Thurs)
July 8-11 (Mon-Thurs)
July 15-18 (Mon-Thurs)

Lessons from 10:00 to 12:00 daily
Location: MS Band Room

Modern Band 6 - Grades 6-11

Students will work in groups on the following units: guitar, bass, drumset, keyboard and vocals. They will rotate through units for the first couple of weeks. The final week they will form small bands to work on individual songs.

Students will sign up for this course using the following link:
Click Here for Signup Form

No charge
June 17-20 (Mon-Thurs)
June 24-27 (Mon-Thurs)
July 8-11 (Mon-Thurs)
July 15-18 (Mon-Thurs)

Lessons from 9:00 to 10:00 daily
Location: MS Band Room

7th-8th grade Summer Band - Grades 7-8

Students entering grades 7th and 8th will work on a variety of concert band music. It will be run as a traditional band class.  Genres may include: movie scores, pep band, concert band, ie…

Students will sign up for this course using the following link:
Click Here for Signup Form 

 No charge
June 17-20 (Mon-Thurs)
June 24-27 (Mon-Thurs)
July 8-11 (Mon-Thurs)
July 15-18 (Mon-Thurs)

Lessons from 8:00 to 9:00 daily Location: MS Band Room
Beginning Band Lessons for Grade 5 (incoming grade 6)

Students entering 6th grade and learning and new instrument, will receive group instrument specific instruction before school begins.  This helps reduce stress associated with learning a new instrument in a large group setting.  They will learn beginning technique for embouchure, breathing, poster, music reading and instrument cleaning.

Students will sign up for this course using the following link:
Click Here for Signup Form


11:00-noon Extra help
12:00-12:30 Clarinets/Saxophones
12:30-1:00 Trumpets/french horns
1:00-1:30 Baritone/ Trombone
1:30-2:00 Tuba
2:00-2:30 Flutes
2:30-3:00 Percussion (limited to 3 students/ must audition)
No charge 
August 5, 6, 7, 8
11:00-3:00 daily
(see schedule) 

Location: MS Band Room
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