Summer School and Extended School Year
Midview Schools are pleased to announce plans for summer school and extended school year. The district understands the impact the past several years have had on our students, and we want to ensure all students are ready for the 2022-2023 school year. Therefore, we have developed a Summer School and Extended School Year program that will assist in bridging the gap between school years. Seats for summer school will be first reserved for students displaying an academic need. Once those students are enrolled, registration will open to all students. Due to those limitations, not all students may be accepted/enrolled. Communication pertaining to enrollment will come from the coordinator prior to the program starting. The goal is not to be overly demanding and to incorporate fun activities for students. Below is an overview of the program specifics:
When: The program will begin Monday, June 13, 2022 and end Thursday, June 30, 2022.
Format: The program will utilize in person instruction and take place on the Midview Local School campus.
What to Expect K-8: Students will participate in math and English language arts classes each day Monday through Thursday from 8:30 am – 11:30 am. Both math and English language arts lessons will last approximately 90 minutes. Lessons will be engaging, interactive activities focusing on content previously covered during the previous school year. The goal is to provide extra practice before students move on to the next grade level. Students will not come to campus on Fridays. An optional virtual field trip, or an interactive activity, will be created and assigned for Friday.
What to Expect 9-12: The high school program will focus on ELA and Math. Students participating in ELA classes will attend class on campus Mondays and Wednesdays from 9:00 am - 11:30 am. Students participating in math classes will attend class on campus Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 am - 11:30am. These lessons will be engaging, interactive activities focusing on content previously covered during the previous school year. The goal is to provide extra practice before students move on to the next grade level. For students needing credit recovery and not intervention, you may register here: High School Credit Recovery Link
Cost: The summer school program is free of charge to any student enrolled in the Midview Local Schools. Any student participating in Midview’s extended school year, as determined by the IEP team, will do so at no cost to the family. *Students enrolled in credit recovery will pay a fee to cover the cost of a seat license in the online learning program.
How Were Students Selected: The district uses winter and spring NWEA MAP scores, as well as teacher recommendations, to determine what students displayed a need for summer school and extended school year services. High School students requiring additional credits were determined by running a credit audit.
Is the Program Mandatory: Participation is not mandatory, but it is highly encouraged. Space is limited to 40 students per grade level.
Will My Student Need a Device?: No, your student should turn their Chromebook in per the plan that will be shared with families in the coming weeks. Devices will be provided by Midview staff if needed and collected each day. There will be no homework assigned during summer so students will not need to take these devices with them.
Will Students Be Graded: Students in the K-8 summer school and extended school year program will not be graded. The intent of this program is to assist students with their transition to the next grade level. Students enrolled in credit recovery grades 9 – 12 will receive a grade as they are attempting to regain credit for classes they were not successful in passing the first time around.
Breakfast: All students in grades K-12 will be provided breakfast while at school. There is no cost to any student that chooses to utilize the food service program during summer school.
Transportation: The district will provide transportation free of charge for K-8 families that qualify for busing according to Midview Busing Policy . There will be no transportation offered for students in grades 9-12.
The Midview Local Schools look forward to continuing to serve our students and families to ensure their success as they transition successfully to the next grade level to begin the 2022-2023 school year.
In order to confirm or deny enrollment in the program, please fill out the Google Form found below no later than May 13, 2022
We look forward to a fun and engaging summer with your student!
Dr. Frank M. Major III
Midview Local Schools