• 2024 EMS Ƶ Summer School Offerings

    EMS Ƶ offers summer programs at the elementary, middle, and high school level. For all programs, breakfast and lunch are available at no cost. Transportation is typically available from a student’s home campus to the summer school campus. Must request during registration. 

    Elementary Programs

    Bilingual/ESL Program for Incoming Students in Kindergarten and First Grade

    This required summer school program is provided for bilingual/ESL students who will be eligible for admission to kindergarten and first grade at the beginning of the 2024-2025 school year. These students will receive targeted instruction in language development, academic skills, and social skills. Additional emphasis will be to accelerate learning skills in reading, writing, and math.

    Grades: Incoming K-1

    Campus: Gililland Elementary

    Days: Monday-Thursday

    Dates: May 29- June 27

    Hours: 8:00 am-3:05 pm

    Principal: Norma Sandoval Assistant Principal: Allie Van Dine 

    Meet the Teacher is Tuesday, May 28 from 5:30- 6:30 pm.

    *Students must qualify for this program.

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    Elementary Intervention Academy for Students in Grades 2-5*

    This program will serve current second-fifth grade students in need of academic support in reading and math. ESL services will also be provided.

    Grades: Current 2-5

    Campuses: Northbrook & Willow Creek (location assigned)

    Days: Monday-Thursday

    Dates: June 3 - June18

    Hours: 7:45 am-12:00 pm

     Principal: Ken Nuss, Northbrook Elementary, Principal: Jerretta Henderson, Willow Creek Elementary 

    Meet the Teacher is Friday, June 1 from 3:30- 4:30 pm at the assigned campus.

    *Students will be identified by their home campus.

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    Middle School Programs

    Middle School Course Recovery Program for Grades 6-8*

    This program is offered to all current 6th, 7th, & 8th grade students who have failed two or more core subjects (English Language Arts, Math, Social Studies, and/or Science), whose overall average is less than 70 and are designated to be retained.

    Grades: Current 6-8

    Campus: Marine Creek Middle School

    Days: Monday-Thursday

    Dates: June 3-June 18

    Hours: 8:00 am-12:00 pm 

    Principal: Shamyria Moore, Assistant Principal: Lei McDade 

    A Parent/Student Orientation Webinar will be sent to parents on May 28th.

    *Students will be identified by their home campus.

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    Middle School Reading & Math Intervention Academy*

    This program will be offered to all current 6th, 7th, & 8th grade students in need of academic support in reading and/or math.

    Grades: Current 6-8

    Campus: Marine Creek Middle School

    Days: Monday-Thursday

    Dates: June 3- June 18

    Hours: 8:00 am-12:00 pm

    Principal: Shamyria Moore, Assistant Principal: Lei McDade 

    Parent/Student Orientation Webinar will be sent to parents on May 28th.

    *Students will be identified by home campus.

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    High School Programs

    High School Credit Recovery Program in Grades 9-12*

    This program is offered for any student who did not earn credit for a course required for graduation. The course did not have to be taken during the 2023-24 school year to be eligible as a course taken in the summer of 2024. Only specific courses are available, and a fee is required for each semester .5 credit taken. This option allows students to make up for credit(s) denied during the school year.

    Courses offered:

    · English I, II, III, IV

    · Algebra I, II

    · Geometry

    · Algebraic Reasoning

    · Integrated Physics Chemistry

    · Biology

    · Chemistry

    · Physics

    · Environmental Systems

    · W. Geography

    · W. History

    · U.S. History

    · U.S. Government

    · Economics

    · Spanish I, II

    Grades: Current 8-12 (enrolled in a HS course)

    Campus: Chisholm Trail High School

    Days: Monday-Thursday

    Dates: Session I: May 30- June 11 (class will meet Friday, May 31)

    Session II: June 12- 27

    Hours: 8:30 am-11:30 am/12:30 pm-3:30 pm

    Cost: $100 per .5 credit course for in-district students. $150 per .5 credit course for out-of-district students. Campus counselor will send payment instructions and link upon approval of student’s course(s).

    Principal: Dr. Jennifer Sanchez, Assistant Principal: Jessica Rittmueller 

    All registration is in person at CTHS 8:30 am-3:00 pm.

     

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    High School Acceleration Program in Grades 8-12*

    This program is offered during the month of June for students to earn initial credit in courses required for graduation. Students attending an EMS Ƶ high school in 2023-24 school year are eligible to participate in this program. There is a fee for each semester credit taken. Most students who take advantage of this program utilize it to open room in their future schedule for other programs they would like to participate in, such as Athletics, AVID, Fine Art, Career & Ƶ.

    Courses offered:

    · Art I

    · PE

    · Government and Economics (rising seniors only)

    Grades: Rising 9th-12th grade students

    Campus: Chisholm Trail High School

    Days: Monday-Thursday: class will meet Friday, May 31

    Dates: May 30- June 27

    Hours: 8:30 am- 3:30 pm

    Cost: $200 per 1 credit course for in-district students. $300 per 1 credit course for out-of-district students. Campus counselor will send payment instructions and link upon approval of student’s course(s).

    Principal: Dr. Jennifer Sanchez, Assistant Principal: Jessica Rittmueller 

    REGISTER HERE:

     
     
     

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    High School EOC Academy*

    This program is encouraged for any student who was unsuccessful in an End of Course (EOC) Exam. Each year, students take EOC Exams at the high school level in English 1, English 2, Algebra 1, Biology and U.S. History. Students must pass these five EOC exams as a part of their high school graduation requirements. Based on HB 4545, all students who are unsuccessful on an EOC exam are required to attend remediation to close academic gaps and better prepare the student for the next opportunity to take the exam (June 20-22). In addition, EOC Academy attendance counts toward the HB 4545 hours requirement. While this program will assist the student with preparation for the EOC Exam, it does not award high school credit. No fee is associated with this program.

    Register Here

    Grades: Current 9-12

    Campus: Chisholm Trail High School

    Days: Monday-Thursday

    Dates: June 3- June 24/ Test dates: June 25-27

    Hours: 8:30 am-11:30 am/12:30 pm-3:30 pm

    Principal: Dr. Jennifer Sanchez, Assistant Principal: Jessica Rittmueller 

    *Contact the home campus Testing Coordinator for registration information.”