Hello from summertime!
As summer moves into full swing, we wanted to remind you of all the things WCDS is offering over the next month. With ever-changing guidelines and regulations updated sometimes by the day, it’s a little tough to plan much more than that. But rest assured, when we know more, you’ll know more. So what’s on tap through June or officially scheduled all summer you ask? (Short answer: a lot!)
- Summer Camps
- Summer Learning
- Summer at the CML
WCDS Summer Camps
Signing up for WCDS Summer Camps is easier than ever! Simply head to wcdsedu.com/summercamps to review our offerings, camp descriptions, and typical daily schedule. From there, click one of the ‘Virtual Registration’ tabs to be sent to our registration page, where you can quickly add a camp or camps to your cart and checkout just like any other online store. You will then receive a payment confirmation email and a follow-up camp email with Zoom IDs, passwords, material lists, and any other pertinent info for your chosen camp(s). Please note, for security purposes, you will receive one email for each camp in which you register.
*A quick tip* on the registration page, scroll down until you see ‘Filter Summer Activities’ on the righthand side of the page and choose your desired grade level to see only the available camps for that age group.
Most weeks, we have three camps per age group running a 30-minute live zoom + 30-minute offline activity schedule, so each camp takes approximately 60 minutes per day. Camps begin at 9:30 am. 11:00 am, and 12:00 pm. WCDS Summer Camps are open to all students from all schools nationwide. So if you have family or friends from other schools or out of the area, please share our offerings with them as well.
For more information on WCDS Summer Camps, please head to wcdsedu.com/summercamps or email email@example.com.
WCDS Summer Learning
- WCDS Summer Learning Reading
- WCDS Summer Learning Math
- WCDS Middle School Book Clubs
There will be three two-week, small-group sessions throughout the summer at $40 per session. You can choose between a reinforcement and enrichment concentration in a variety of reading and math skills at all grade levels. WCDS Summer Learning sessions are open to all students from all schools nationwide. So if you have family or friends from other schools or out of the area, please share our offerings with them as well.
Session 1 of WCDS Summer Learning runs from June 1 – 12 with limited spots available, especially in 4th-5th grade math.
Session 2 of WCDS Summer Learning runs from June 29 – July 10.
Session 3 of WCDS Summer Learning runs from July 27 – August 7.
For more information and to sign up for WCDS Summer Learning, please click here to fill out the registration form or email Bridget Rutherford at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There will be two book clubs offered to 5-8th grade students staffed by WCDS educators. Ghost by Jason Reynolds or Wishtree by Katherine Applegate will both begin Monday. If your middle school age son or daughter would like to connect with a community of literature lovers, please contact Bridget Rutherford at email@example.com.
Summer at the CML
The Center for Multisensory Learning at WCDS is once again offering a four-week intensive reading and math program for students with learning differences this summer. Instruction will focus around the foundational structured components of literacy and math. This four-week intensive session with run from June 15 – July 10 from 9:00-11:30 am each day.
For more information and to sign up for Summer at the CML, please click here to fill out the registration form or email CML Director, Theresa Kowcheck at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ok, I know that was a long one and we appreciate you hanging in there. Here’s to adjusting quickly and trying to give our children some stability, dare I say normalcy, until we’re together again.
Thanks, as always, for all the support.