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Your district’s summer programs at-a-glance

Multiple districts — Area public school districts are gearing up to provide K-12 programs this summer to address learning loss impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, offer in-person and virtual tutoring and credit recovery, and host enrichment activities aimed at addressing social-emotional needs. Here is an overview of your district’s offerings.

Godwin Heights Public Schools

West Godwin Elementary

Program Dates: June 14-Aug. 5 (Monday-Thursday)

To register: Applications will be sent home with students and emailed home to online learners

Summary of programs: math and reading support for students along with afternoon extension provided by TEAM 21

Eligible ages/grades: grades K-2 

More information: main office 252-2030

Transportation offered: yes

North Godwin Elementary

Program Dates: June 14-Aug.5 (Monday-Thursday)

To register: Applications will be sent home with students and emailed home to online learners

Summary of programs: math and reading support for students along with afternoon extension provided by TEAM 21

Eligible ages/grades: grades 3-5

More information: main office 252-2010

Transportation offered: yes

Godwin Middle School

Program Dates: June 14-Aug. 5 (Monday-Thursday)

To register: Applications will be sent home with students and emailed home to online learners

Summary of programs: math and reading support for students along with afternoon extension provided by TEAM 21

Eligible ages/grades: Grades 6-8

More information: main office 252-2070

Transportation offered: yes

Godwin High School

Program Dates: June 9-July 29 (Tuesday-Thursday)

To register: submit Summer School Registration form by May 21

Summary of programs: Odysseyware Online Courses for credit recovery

Eligible ages/grades: Grades 9-11More information: main office 252-2050

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