Keep up with vocabulary, reading comprehension, and writing skills this summer! Summer Book Club
Each class covers one book.
Cost for each class:
$30.00 registration fee
- The Lighting Thief: Tuesdays 4:pm – 5:30pm, July 11th – August 15th
- Wings of Fire: Tuesdays 6:30pm – 8:pm, July 11th – August 15th
- Hunger Games: Thursdays 9:am – 10:30am July 13th – August 17th
- Six 90 minute sessions
- Materials and Books Included
- CLASS “A” GRADES 1 & 2
- CLASS “B” GRADES 3 & 4
- We are running two reading summer sessions.
- There is a 6 student maximum
- Six week 18-hour course.
- Tuesdays and Thursdays 1:30pm – 3:pm
- July 11 to August 17
Suitable for anyone entering 8th. grade or high school (or anyone else who may want to challenge or reinforce their Algebra skills.
- We are running a Math summer session.
- Five week course.
- Tuesdays 10:am – 11:30am
- July 11 to August 15
Orton–Gillingham was the first teaching approach specifically designed to help struggling readers by explicitly teaching the connections between letters and sounds. Today — decades later — many reading programs include Orton–Gillingham ideas.
The Orton-Gillingham Approach always is focused upon the learning needs of the individual student. Orton-Gillingham (OG) practitioners design lessons and materials to work with students at the level they present by pacing instruction and the introduction of new materials to their individual strengths and weaknesses.
The Orton-Gillingham Approach is a direct, explicit, multisensory, structured, sequential, diagnostic, and prescriptive way to teach literacy when reading, writing, and spelling does not come easily to individuals, such as those with dyslexia. It is a powerful tool of exceptional breadth, depth, and flexibility.
Our Summer Programs are essential for students to retain skills and knowledge acquired in the previous summer year. Students who do not engage in summer classes are at risk of lagging behind their classmates. Ensure that your child is an active learner throughout the summer to avoid summer learning loss.
Increased Confidence: Math summer classes can help boost students’ confidence in their math abilities. By receiving additional instruction and succeeding in challenging math activities, students can feel more confident in their math skills, which can translate to better performance in the classroom. On average, students lose approximately 2.6 months of learning in math over the summer.