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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.

Godfrey-Lee Public Schools 

Godfrey-Lee Early Childhood Center Team 21 information

Program dates: June 14-July 22

To register: Deadline is end of May. Online links:

Summary of programs: Reading, writing and math lessons with certified teachers in the morning. Enrichment activities (STEM, arts/crafts, life skills, character education) in the afternoon with TEAM 21 staff. Breakfast and lunch are provided by the district, and Kids Food Basket provides sack suppers. 

Eligible ages/grades: Students who were enrolled in K-2 for the 2020-21 school year

More information: Brittani Stickler bstickler@godfrey-lee.org or call/text  (616) 438-5885

Transportation offered? Yes

Godfrey Elementary School Team 21 

Program dates: June 14-July 22 Monday- Thursday

To register: Paper applications are available at each building and we have links to online applications as well.

Summary of programs: Academic instruction by certified teachers in English language arts and math in the morning, with various enrichment activities in the afternoon.

Eligible ages/grades: students in 1-9 in the fall of 2021

More information: ECC Brittani Stickler, Godfrey Elementary Eric Mockerman, Lee Middle School Kate Bode.

Transportation offered? Yes

Lee Middle School Team 21 

Program dates: June 14-July 22 (Monday-Thursday)

Summary of programs: Reading & Math skills, outdoor games & sports, arts & crafts, enrichment activities

Eligible ages/grades: Any students currently enrolled in 6th – 8th grade

More information: Kate Bode, Site coordinator kbode@godfrey-lee.org, text/call 616-292-4136

Transportation offered?  No

To register: Links to application in English and Spanish, or pick up hard copies from Kate Bode

Additional information about the program can be found here.

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