Ronan School District Summer Programs
SUMMER PROGRAMS OVERVIEW
Summer school is an opportunity for elementary and middle school students to receive supplemental instruction in reading and math. High school students will concentrate on the subject(s) in which he/she needs to recover credit.
The first session will be held June 7 - July 1, 2021 (Monday - Friday). High school Summer Credit Recovery will run June 7 - 25, 2021 (Monday - Friday). The second session will be held August 2 - 19, 2021 (Monday - Thursday) for all summer school programs. Both sessions are open to students currently in K-12 grades. Students will attend class from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm.
Transportation to a limited number of stops will be provided to serve the greatest number of students possible. The buses will arrive to school(s) at approximately 8:40 am and depart at 12:20 pm. Door to door service cannot be provided. Exact schedules to be determined after enrollment is finalized. Parents/Guardians will receive a confirmation letter and/or phone call with transportation arrangements. If you have a concern and/or need an additional stop added to bus route, please call the Summer Program Director, Crystal Little Owl, at 676-3390 ext. 7565
Breakfast and lunch will be available for pick-up after 8:30 am. (*Please note the cafeteria will not be open. We will continue grab-and-go meals that will be eaten in the classroom.) Both meals are available for free to students 18 years old and younger. (Enrollment in summer school is not necessary in order to receive meals. Adult meals will not be available.)
Registration is open for grades K-12. Please visit any building office for paper copy or download a copy below! (Online registration is available for elementary and middle school only - REGISTER HERE.) Applications accepted first-come, first-served. Check your mail for acceptance (or waiting list) letter.
Summer Camps are available to Ronan School District students only.
The enrichment camps provide an opportunity for students to explore interests and experience hands-on learning. Summer camps are free to attend, and transportation is the responsibility of the parents/guardians. Both elementary and middle school camps are only offered in a half-day format (afternoon session). Camp dates vary, and are dependent on enrollment and staffing. Deadline to register is June 4. Important details include:
- No bus service available
- Priority camp enrollment for Summer School students (register for Summer School using form available at your student's school front office.)
- Space is limited and applications are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis after priority summer school enrollment. Register by June 4, 2021.
- Parents/Guardians will receive an acceptance (or waiting list) letter in the mail.
- If your student is absent on the first day of camp, they will be dropped so we can admit a student from the waiting list.
- Turn completed forms into your student's school front office.
Take a look at the Summer Camp forms below. Feel free to download or visit any front office for paper copy. For questions or concerns, please contact Summer Program Coordinator at (406) 676-3390 ext. 7565 or email@example.com
COVID-19 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
To meet the unique needs and circumstances, Ronan School District Summer Programs will continue to follow directives, requirements, and guidance from the Lake County Health Department, CSKT Tribal Health Department, and CDC. The health and safety of our students and staff remain our highest priority. Below, you will find a summary of actions we are taking to help ensure we are lowering COVID-19 risk as much as possible. We will continue:
Intense cleaning and disinfection practices within our facilities.
Keeping students in small groups and spacing them out.
Limiting the number of items that are shared or touched between students and staff.
Promoting healthy hygiene practices.
Requesting staff and students wear face mask or face shield as feasible, and in times when physical distancing is difficult. Parents are encouraged to provide their child with a mask or face shield. (We will have some available for those who do not have one.)
If a student does get sick at summer programming, they will be safely isolated until a parent/guardian can be notified to pick the student up.
We ask that you help us protect the health of students this summer. Anyone who is sick or was sick with COVID19 or recently with someone with COVID19 - including staff, students, and families - should not come to summer programming. Thank you and stay healthy!
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