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Summer Explorations Introduction Letter

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March 28, 2022
 

Dear Grandview Families:
 
We are excited to announce the 2022 Grandview C-4 Summer School Program which will tentatively be held June 7-June 28, 2022.  This includes the observance of Juneteenth on Monday, June 20th, 2022.  Additionally, there is a virtual option for high school students from June 7th-28th and July 5th-28th 2022. 
 
The focus of Summer School is to provide our students with additional learning opportunities to further their educational journey and provide assistance in closing any learning gaps that may have occurred during their journey.  This year, the Summer School Programs will be located at Conn-West Elementary for grades K-5, and at Martin City K-8 for grades 6-8 and 9-12.  Extended School Year for Special Education students will be located at Highgrove Early Childhood Center.
 
Summer School enrollment will begin online on Monday, April 11.  In-person registration will occur on Wednesday, April 13, 2022, in the front lobby of Grandview High School for all families who prefer this option or require additional support such as translation services or internet access. Students in high school will begin course enrollment in May, and courses will be tentative based on the completion of a students’ final assessments (completed through the GHS Counseling Center).
 
LINC will provide before and aftercare for elementary students.  Breakfast and lunch will be provided daily at all sites, free of charge. 
 
Additional information regarding online registration will be sent via email to elementary and middle school students.  All registration information will be posted on the district website. 
 
At the time of registration, you will have an option to apply for an exciting enrichment opportunity through IDEA SPACE KC.  More information will come from Summer School sites regarding this one-week enrichment opportunity.
 
As always, thank you for trusting your students with the Grandview C-4 School District.

Sincerely,
 
Dr. Kenny Rodrequez 
Superintendent of Schools