At the Sheridan County School District 2 July board meeting Wednesday evening, Director of District Curriculum, Scott Stults, gave a report about the Summer School programs for this year.
168 5th grade students attended summer school June 7th – July 2nd, receiving literacy instruction in the earlier morning and math instruction until noon five days each week.
Also, students could attend enrichment opportunities one hour each day in music, physical education, percussion and ancient civilizations.
Coming up next week, District 2 will implement two additional summer school programs. The first is the Jump Start, which Stults explains.
The Jump Start program is for incoming kindergarten students from around the district, but will take place at Sagebrush Elementary School.
The second offering will take place at Woodland Park Elementary, for that school's students.
Summer School programs also were held in June for seventy-five Sheridan Junior High School students and twenty-nine students at Sheridan High School.