Edmond Public Schools is offering a variety of summer school programs for area students to extend the yearly curriculum.
“Summer Celebration,” a tuition-based program, offers engaging and hands-on classes for students in grades 1-6. Among the classes offered this year are “Wild about Science,” “Great TECHspectations” and “Strumming and Drumming.”
Classes meet from 8:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Monday-Thursday at Sunset Elementary school, 400 W. 8th. Session I will be held June 5-15 and Session II will be held June 19-29. Students may enroll in one or both sessions. Each session is $160 for Edmond Public School students and $170 for out-of-district students. Each class also has a $5 supply fee. Enrollments are based on the grade the child will be entering the next school year.
For more information on “Summer Celebration,” call Jessele Miller at 340-2275.
Two sessions of summer school will also be offered for high school students who want to take an elective, or retake a class that they have failed. The first session will be held June 5-June 29. The second session will be held July 5-July 27. All classes will be held in the Santa Fe High School Freshman Academy from 8:00-12:30 Monday-Thursday except the first week of July when classes will be held Wednesday-Friday. Class offerings include English, algebra, geometry, biology, and history as well as various electives.
Tuition is $185 per course for Edmond students and $215 per course for out-of-district students. For more information on classes, attendance requirements and credits, call 726-6802 or 340-2235 after May 31.
Finally, the district will offer a middle school Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) camp from 9:00 to noon June 19-22 at Cimarron Middle School. The cost is $80. For information, call 726-5501.