Summer School

Winneconne Community School District

2022 Summer School Program

This booklet includes the course descriptions, location, times, and registration instructions for our 2022 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, and High School 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 most classes.   

Elementary and Middle School Summer School will be held the following dates (unless otherwise noted):

June 13-16 (Monday - Thursday) June 20-23 (Monday - Thursday) June 27-30 (Monday - Thursday) July 5-8     (Tuesday - Friday) 

High School Summer School class dates are different, and are noted in the High School section.

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.  You should see online payment instructions following registration.

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

Summer Youth Sport Camps

ONLINE REGISTRATION FOR SUMMER YOUTH SPORT CAMPS

Please fill out the registration form for sport camps on-line at the following link:

Summer Youth Sports Camps Registration

Coach Flease 4-5 Girls Basketball camp MS GYM     June 14-15 10:15-11:00

Coach Flease 6-8 Girls Basketball camp MS GYM     June 14-15 11:00-12:00

Chris Peters 3-5 Coed Golf Developmental Camp Lake Breeze GC June 20-23 12:30 -1:30 

Chris Peters 5-8 Coed Golf Advanced Camp Lake Breeze GC June 27-30 12:30 -2:30

Coach Buelow 3-4 Boys Basketball camp HS GYM June 13-15 10:00-11:00 

Coach Buelow 5-6 Boys Basketball camp HS GYM June 13-15 11:00-12:00 

Coach Buelow 7-8 Boys Basketball camp HS GYM June 13-15 12:00-1:00

Tyler Lee K-2 Wrestling camp MS Wrestling room June 7, 8, 9 5:30-6:30pm

Tyler Lee 3-8 Wrestling camp MS Wrestling room June 7, 8, 9 6:30-8:00pm

2022 Enrichment Course Descriptions

ONLINE REGISTRATION FOR ENRICHMENT COURSES

Please fill out the registration form for enrichment courses on-line at the following links:

Elementary Enrichment Course Registration

Middle School Enrichment Course Registration

High School Summer School Registration

Registration for Summer School Enrichment classes are based on the grade level the student is in next school year.

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 

SUMMER SCHOOL ENRICHMENT CLASSES

Gr

Location
Time

Getting Loose with Dr. Seuss – Mrs. Gallenberg

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 = 15 students - Supply cost $5



K-2



ES

RM 67



8:00-9:45

Creating with Clay – Ms. 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 = 15 students -  Supply cost $10


K-2


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 = 15 students - No charge


K-2


ES

RM 3


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 consists 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 7&8


8:00-9:45

STEMING Through the Summer - Mrs. Leichtnam & Ms. Salm

To keep our STEM-Brains fresh over the summer, we will discover a plethora of new things through discovery, exploration, and experimentation. Constructing usable structures from a list of materials provided.  Problem solve and fix the problems if it doesn’t work appropriately. Learn about the function and design approach of buildings.  Along with learning about different structures due to the environment, social structure, and culture.  All activities will focus on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math skills. Families will be asked to send recyclable materials such as toilet paper rolls, paper towel rolls, cereal boxes, etc.

Max = 25 students - Supply cost $5



K-2


ES

RM 51


8:00-9:45


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 seedlings. Be prepared to taste edible gifts from the rainforest too.  

Max = 15 students - Supply cost $5 



3-5


ES

RM 4


8:00-9:45

Art of a Mindful Child– Mrs. Welbes and Ms. Rios

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 = 25 students - Supply cost $5



3-5


ES

RM 11



8:00-9:45

Under the Sea - Mrs. Carrow and Mrs. Kandler

Who wants to go on an underwater adventure? In this course we will be making oceanic crafts, studying the world under the sea with science experiments, and studying how we can help make a difference to our oceans.We will be reading a variety of texts that connect back to the ocean as well. Join us to make some new aquatic discoveries.

Max = 25 students - Supply cost $5



3-5


ES

RM 46 


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.  At the same time, you'll explore other cultures around the world - food, customs, history and more.  We'll make food for you to bring home almost every day, so bring along a container labeled with your name!

Max = 10 students - Supply cost $10

 


3-5


ES

Cafeteria


8:00-9:45


Kids Theatre Program: Drama Class - Ms. Starks

The Kids Theatre Program provides young children 3rd through 5th grade opportunities to learn about and practice skills in acting, performing, and public speaking. Our aim is to introduce the fundamentals of theatre and all of its advantages to elementary age students who are interested in the stage. Our class time will focus on creating students who have the confidence to be participants in all aspects of their lives: able to ask questions, seek answers and share information with others. Students will hopefully come away from this program motivated and inspired to be articulate communicators through enthusiastic participation in a wide range of creative activities including speech, creative movement, improvisation, and public speaking that will eventually culminate in an end of summer performance. 

Max = 20 students  - Supply cost $5




3-5



ES Choir Rm



8:00-9:45

Cursive Writing (Cursive Writing) – Mrs. Ellis (Mrs. Ellis)  

This class will give you a great opportunity to learn and practice the lost art of cursive writing.  By the end of the class you will be signing your name and maybe even sending letters.  Come work with chalk, shaving cream, calligraphy pens to learn to write in the fun way. 

Max = 15 students - Supply cost $5





4-8


ES Rm 5


8:00-9:45

10:00 to 11:45 

SUMMER SCHOOL ENRICHMENT CLASSES



Online Registration

Getting Loose with Dr. Seuss – Mrs. Gallenberg

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 = 15 students - Supply cost $5



K-2



ES

RM 67



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 = 15 students -  Supply cost $10


K-2


ES

Art Room



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 seedlings. Be prepared to taste edible gifts from the rainforest too. 

Max = 15 students - Supply cost $5


K-2


ES

RM 4


10:00-11:45

Under the Sea - Mrs. Carrow and Mrs. Kandler

Who wants to go on an underwater adventure? In this course we will be making oceanic crafts, studying the world under the sea with science experiments, and studying how we can help make a difference to our oceans.We will be reading a variety of texts that connect back to the ocean as well. Join us to make some new aquatic discoveries.

Max = 25 students - Supply cost $5


K-2


ES

RM 46


10:00-11:45

Art of a Mindful Child– Mrs. Welbes and Ms. Rios

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 = 25 students - Supply cost $5



3-5



ES

RM 11




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 = 15 students - No charge


3-5


ES

RM 3


10:00-11:45

Ancient Heroes – Mrs. Ryf & Ms. Damon 

We have Superman – the Greeks had Hercules. We have Spider-Man - they had Zeus. We have the Avengers - they had Jason and the Argonauts. The ancient Greeks looked up to their own superheroes just like we do today. Come read some Greek myths, make some crafts, and write your own myth. You will 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 7&8


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.  At the same time, you'll explore other cultures around the world - food, customs, history and more.  We'll make food for you to bring home almost every day, so bring along a container labeled with your name!

Max = 10 students - Supply cost $10


3-5


ES

Cafeteria


10:00-11:45

Kids Theatre Program: Drama Class - Ms. Starks

The Kids Theatre Program provides young children 3rd through 5th grade opportunities to learn about and practice skills in acting, performing, and public speaking. Our aim is to introduce the fundamentals of theatre and all of its advantages to elementary age students who are interested in the stage. Our class time will focus on creating students who have the confidence to be participants in all aspects of their lives: able to ask questions, seek answers and share information with others. Students will hopefully come away from this program motivated and inspired to be articulate communicators through enthusiastic participation in a wide range of creative activities including speech, creative movement, improvisation, and public speaking that will eventually culminate in an end of summer performance. 

Max = 20 students  - Supply cost $5




3-5



ES Choir Rm



10:00-11:45

STEMING Through the Summer - Mrs. Leichtnam & Ms. Salm

To keep our STEM-Brains fresh over the summer, we will discover a plethora of new things through discovery, exploration, and experimentation. Constructing usable structures from a list of materials provided.  Problem solve and fix the problems if it doesn’t work appropriately. Learn about the function and design approach of buildings.  Along with learning about different structures due to environment, social structure, and culture.  All activities will focus on Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math skills. Families will be asked to send recyclable materials such as toilet paper rolls, paper towel rolls, cereal boxes, etc.

Max = 25 students - Supply cost $5




3-5


ES

RM 51


10:00-11:45


Cursive Writing (Cursive Writing) – Mrs. Ellis (Mrs. Ellis)  

This class will give you a great opportunity to learn and practice the lost art of cursive writing.  By the end of the class you will be signing your name and maybe even sending letters.  Come work with chalk, shaving cream, calligraphy pens to learn to write in a fun way. 

Max = 15 students - Supply cost $5


4-8


ES Rm 5


10:00-11:45


SUMMER SCHOOL ENRICHMENT CLASSES 8:00 to 11:45



School Forest Day Camp

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. 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 11:45. each day.  Students may be dropped off no earlier than 7:45 a.m. and must be picked up by 12:00 p.m. 

Max = 20 students  - Supply cost $5


Dress appropriately for outdoor fun each day.  Students must sign up for the entire time block from 8:00-11:45

July 11th-12th: Kindergarten and First Grade

July 18th-19th: Second and Third Grade

July 25th-26th: Fourth and Fifth Grade 



4K 

SUMMER SCHOOL OPPORTUNITIES




Online 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 2021. 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 per session – Supply cost $5.00


This course is for children who will be eligible for attending 4K  in the fall of 2022. 


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


MIDDLE SCHOOL

SUMMER  SCHOOL OPPORTUNITIES




Online Registration

Introduction to Technology –  Mr. Arps 

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 class sessions available


Session 1 - 8:00 to 9:45 daily

Session 2 - 10:00 to 11:45 daily

Weeks 1 and  2 

June 13-16 & June 20-23


Location: HS H107  


Edible Art - Cookie Decorating Class - Mrs. Kubasta

Grades 6-8 

Do you love to bake and also love to be creative?  This course is designed for students to learn to bake and decorate cut-out cookies. We will make sugar cookies, gingerbread cookies, and chocolate cut-out cookies.  Each batch will have a different theme.  For example, one week we have a unicorn theme, one week bears, one week dinosaurs, one week 4th of July.  We will decide together what themes to do, so it is up to the class to choose based on their interests and on what cookie cutters are available.  You will be taught how to use tipless piping bags with Royal icing in varying consistencies.  The decorating process will include techniques such as flooding, wet on wet, outlining, texturing, layering, and marbling. You will also learn how to get the icing just the right consistency.  You will be able to wow your family and friends with your newfound talent!  You may even be able to start your own little cookie making business afterward. 

Max = 15 students – Supply cost $20.00



Session 1 - 8:00 to 9:45 daily

Session 2 - 10:00 to 11:45 daily


Location: HS Foods Room

Choose Your Own Adventure - Ms. Noack  Grades 6-8 

“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: local volunteerism, mindfulness activities, outdoor games, and park visits. The possibilities are endless. Come join in the fun and get out of the house as you create the summer YOU want to have!

Max = 15 students – Supply cost $10.00



Session 1 - 8:00 to 9:45 daily

Session 2 - 10:00 to 11:45 daily


Location: MS Room 23 

Art Mix it Up! - Ms. Horvath

Grades 6-8 

Get ready to mix it up this summer! “Mix it Up” will have an arts and crafts emphasis with STEAM and a variety of outdoor activities blended in. Join us for a creative and fun summer! 

Max = 15 students – Supply cost $10.00

Session 1 - 8:00 to 9:45 daily

Session 2 - 10:00 to 11:45 daily


Location: MS Art Room  

Creative Writing - Mrs. Stoegbauer

Grades 6-8

Do you enjoy writing your own stories and being creative?  This course is designed for students to produce their own descriptive writing, poetry, and fiction. Vocabulary development, creative writing techniques, and other writing skills are explored through this interactive class. 

Max = 15 students – Supply cost $5


Session 1 - 8:00 to 9:45 daily

Session 2 - 10:00 to 11:45 daily


Location: MS Room 3 

Summer Fun and Games - Ms. Flouro

Grades 6-8

Are you competitive? Do you love to play games? This course is designed for students who love to compete. Not only will you have a summer filled with fun games, but you will learn how to compete and be competitive while being respectful to your opponents and classmates. We will also take a look at games of strategy and games of skill and find out which type of game best suits you.

Max = 15 students – Supply cost $0


Session 1 - 8:00 to 9:45 daily

Session 2 - 10:00 to 11:45 daily


Location: MS Room 24 

CO-ED Middle School Summer Strength and Conditioning Program

Mr. Lee Grades 6-8

The Winneconne Middle School summer strength & conditioning program will serve as an introduction to resistance training and improving all-around athletic performance for the middle school student and student-athlete.  The primary focus of the program is to teach proper form on the core lifts in resistance training, improve athletic technique through agility and speed drills and learn proper weight room etiquette by spotting and observing correctly.  This class will be open to current 5th through 7th graders (future middle school students).

Max  = 45 students

Classes will meet: (6 weeks) Program starts June 13th and runs through July 21st

Monday-Thursdays from 12:30-2pm

(exception the week of July 4th; class will meet Tues July 5 - Friday July 8th)



GUIDANCE & SCHOOL TRANSITION ACTIVITIES    




Online Registration

Introduction to Middle School -  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 lockers (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. Please look online to 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 = 25 students each session. 


This course is being held for two sessions (2 days each).

August 8 & 9 or August 10 & 11.  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

High School Preview Day (for freshman)

Freshman - Are you excited for the first day of high school? Nervous you won't know where you are going? Come anytime between the hours of 2:00pm-6:00pm to High School Preview day and take your time so you don't feel rushed.

At High School Preview Day you can:
-
Take a self guided tour
-
Walk your schedule
-
Find your locker/ Bring school supplies
-
Counselors will be available to answer questions 

This is a one-day course being held on August 22  2:00pm-6:00pm (come anytime)


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



HIGH SCHOOL 

SUMMER  SCHOOL OPPORTUNITIES




Online Registration

HS PHYSICAL EDUCATION

PE: Personal Fitness (.5 credit - PASS/FAIL grades)

Incoming grades 9-12 for 2022-23 school year

Monday - Thursday @ 8 - 10 am


PE: Sports Related Fitness (.5 credit - PASS/FAIL grades)

Incoming grades 9-12 for 2022-23 school year

Monday - Thursday @ 6 - 8 am (credit optional)

OR  @ 8 - 10 am (for credit only)

Six Week Courses

Meet in person daily Monday - Thursday*

June 13-16, 20-23, 27-30, July 5-8**, 11-14, & 18-21

*Plus additional outside of class work each week

Maximum absences = 4

Mon - Thur @ 6 - 8 am or @ 8 - 10 am

**Tues 07/05 - Fri 07/08 due to July 4th holiday

(Must select course time during registration)

HS HEALTH

Health (.5 credit - LETTER grades)

Incoming grades 9-12 for 2022-23 school year


*There is a $3.00 fee for the CPR/First Aid Certification e-card, payable at the conclusion of the course.

Six Week Course

Meet in person daily Monday - Thursday*

June 13-16, 20-23, 27-30, July 5-8**, 11-14, & 18-21

*Plus additional outside of class work each week

Maximum absences = 4

All missed work MUST be made up 

Mon - Thur @ 10:15 am - 12:15 pm

**Tues 07/05 - Fri 07/08 due to July 4th holiday

(HS Agriculture for CREDIT) Supervised Agriculture Experience

Instructor:  J. Melby (max 15 students, Official enrollment needs to be approved by instructor consent

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.

 

Students enrolled in summer SAE will earn a pass/fail grade for the course.


SUMMER SCHOOL MUSIC OPPORTUNITIES


See your band teacher for registration instructions.

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 techniques for embouchure, breathing, poster, music reading and instrument cleaning. 

No charge 

August  1-4

9:00-1:00 daily 


(Specific times assigned by instrument)


Location: MS Band Room