Warsaw Community Schools announced that they are in the process of creating a hybrid approach to summer school 2020 for grades K through 12. JoElla Hauselman, WCS Summer School Coordinator, explained, “We plan to provide two summer sessions for high school students to accelerate learning and/or recover credits and one summer session for Grades K-5 to accelerate learning and/or recover skills affected by the quarantine and the Covid-19 Crisis.”
WCS is waiting for the Governor’s orders for what summer school will look like in July. School leaders have created our hybrid approach so WCS will be ready to go with a plan in place if summer school is allowed by the Governor and supported by the IDOE.
WCHS Summer School Program will offer an online format from June 1 to June 26, 2020. Students will complete lessons four mornings a week. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday are considered “online summer school days” with Wednesday and weekends off. Students will have a WCS certified teacher assisting each student through approved lessons online via a program called APEX. The tentative July Session will be located at Edgewood Middle School, 900 S. Union Street, Warsaw, Indiana 46580. Dates for July are yet to be announced.
WCS is also in the process of creating a hybrid approach to grades K-5 Summer School 2020. The plan is to provide one summer session for grades K-5. Organizers have created a hybrid approach to be ready to go with a plan in place if summer school is allowed by the Governor and supported by the IDOE. WCS Summer School for grades K-5 will be a 15-day program from July 20 to August 7. The school day will run from 7:45 am to 12:20 pm at Lakeview Middle School, 848 E. Smith Street, Warsaw, Indiana 46580.
Contact information and full details are available on the district and WCHS websites under the news sections.