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No need for learning loss this summer

District offers enrichment classes, tutoring, credit recovery

Students from pre-kindergarten through high school can choose from dozens of learning opportunities this summer, from enrichment classes and activity camps to credit recovery. They include online math tutoring and book clubs, middle school camps on everything from earring making to Greek mythology, and high school open credit classes in art, government, PE and more. Free transportation is available for targeted summer learning and credit recovery programs.  

For an overview of offerings, go to the district’s website Summer Learning 2021. For details on particular programs and grade levels, click on the links below. 

K-5 math tutoring: June 14-July 8

Grades 2-7 online book clubs: June 14-July 8, July 12-Aug. 5

Spanish immersion online book clubs: grades 3-7, June 14-July 8; grades 1-2 and 4-5, July 12-Aug. 5

Summer exploration camps for pre-K, K-2 and 3-5: June 14-24; June 28-July 8; July 12-22; July 26-Aug. 5 (see online brochure for additional fifth-grade camps and dates)  

Camp WIN (grades 6-8): June 14-24, July 12-22

High school open credit opportunities: June 7-24, July 12-22

High school credit recovery (for families who received a letter): June 7-24, July 12-22

To register: click here

If you experience issues with registration, call Community Services at 616-863-6322, or contact Sharon Wells at swells@rockfordschools.org, or Lisa Jacobs at ljacobs@rockfordschools.org.

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