Summer Learning and Enrichment, Course Completion and Credit Recovery
Are You Looking for Ways to Help Your Child Stay Sharp This Summer?
JSD is Offering Free Summer Enrichment Opportunities,
as well as Credit Completion and Credit Recovery
To support our district mission to offer compelling learning experiences and to help mitigate learning loss that may have taken place during the pandemic, the Jackson School District is offering students several free learning opportunities this summer.
The enrichment programs listed below are open to all interested students and are an excellent opportunity for your child to be provided supplemental instruction to be prepared for success in the upcoming school year. The course completion (6-8) and credit recovery (9-12) courses are for specific students who did not pass a class or who need to restore credit.
Through a grant from the US Department of Education, the district is offering this summer learning program for students at no cost to families. We are excited to offer this high-quality summertime core instruction and additional learning opportunities and we encourage you to view the offerings below.
We look forward to your child’s participation in this program. Please pay close attention to dates, times, locations and registration deadlines. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact the staff member listed on each flyer.
- Engaging lessons, resources and activities designed to advance skills and learning. Our focus is on differentiation, engagement, and student-centered concepts. Offerings will be in multiple areas of learning.
- Engaging lessons, resources and activities designed to advance skills and learning. Our focus is on differentiation, engagement, and student-centered concepts. Offerings include Book Club, STEM, Biology, SAT Math, SAT ELA, Coding, Math.
- For Middle School Students who did not pass a class and need course completion for the 2020-2021 school year.
High School CREDIT RECOVERY - English
High School CREDIT RECOVERY - Spanish
- For High School Students who need to restore credit from a class taken during the 2020-2021 school year.