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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.

Northview Public Schools

Program dates:

K-8 core content: Session 1: June 14-17 / June 21-24 / June 28-July 1; Session 2: July 12-15 / July 19-22 / July 26-29; Session 3: Aug. 2-5 / Aug. 9-12

K-8 tutoring: One eight-week session June 14-Aug. 12, except the week of July 5

High School core class credit recovery: Session 1: June 14-17 / June 21-24 / June 28-July 1 / July 7-8; Session 2: July 12-15 / July 19- 22 / July 26-29 / Aug. 2-5

Northview Next: June 14- Aug. 12, except Fridays and July 5 and 6

Summary of programs and classes offered: grades K-8: core content and tutoring; grades 9-12: core classes credit recovery

K-8 core content: 9 a.m.-noon, Mondays-Thursdays. Students exiting K – 8 will learn core math and language arts skills while also engaging in fun themes and outdoor experiences. Students may participate in 1, 2 or all 3 sessions. 

K-8 tutoring: ½ hour per day, Mondays-Thursdays via Zoom. Small groups: 1 teacher and 2-3 students 

9-12 core class credit recovery: 2 days/week (Mondays and Thursdays) online learning via Canvas, 2 days/week (Tuesdays and Wednesdays) in person, 9 a.m.-noon 

Northview Next students: Career Center and Learning Center students. Classes will be online through Graduation Alliance

Eligible ages/grades: K-12

To register: Go to this Google form.

More information: 

K-8: Rebecca Moore, rmoore@nvps.net

Northview Next: Drew Klopcic, dklopcic@nvps.net

Transportation offered? yes

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