The Pre-K- Kindergarten cohort will focus on beginning to learn foundational skills. In 3 weeks The Dreamers will develop strong reading and math habits through a multi-sensory approach, that will set them up for success to continue learning independently during the summer, and get a strong start with falling in love with learning!
The 1st and 2nd-grade cohort will keep their knowledge fresh and brains sharp as they navigate through 3 Interactive weeks of reviewing foundational skills and filling in gaps for the more difficult foundational skills taught in these grade levels. Students will have an opportunity to use the interactive lessons as a visual remediation tool for core academic subjects.
The Wolf Pack
The 3rd and fourth-grade cohort will engage in the reinforcement of skills taught in lower elementary. The wolf pack will stick together to strengthen and motivate their peers to try new learning strategies and approach learning in a new and exciting way. This pack will be ahead of their peers before the school year even begins!
Our 5th-grade cohort will sharpen all the skills they learned in elementary school, as they get ready to embark on the journey to middle school! Our goal this summer is to see our 5th graders become extremely independent, own their learning, self-identify strengths and areas of growth, all while developing a strong voice to articulate who they are as learners!
Each week teachers will engage in the following lesson protocol. Small class sizes allow teachers the opportunity to flex lessons based on the needs of the students. Age-appropriate breaks will be embedded for each cohort!
All students will engage in developing and enhancing strong social-emotional skills. This is a wonderful opportunity for students to build core life skills through activities that foster creative play and social connection. Our Social Power class will teach children how to cope with difficult tasks, communicate effectively, and over time, provide opportunities for directing their own actions with decreasing adult supervision.
*POWER - Interest-Based Learning time! Student-led, teacher-facilitated, in order to ignite the lifelong learner in students.