Summer School 2021

The District plans to offer Summer School sessions in June (in-person and virtual) and July (virtual only). Registration begins Monday, April 19. You may enroll online at https://sdm.sisk12.com/rp/parent

Enrollment forms are due May 14.

Elementary and Middle School (16 days)

  • June 7 to July 1 - Monday through Thursday
    • virtual and in-person
  • July 6 to July 29 - Monday through Thursday
    • virtual (Week 1 is Tuesday through Friday)

High School (19 days)

  • June 7 to July 1 - Monday through Friday
    • virtual and in-person
  • July 6 to July 30 - Monday through Thursday
    • virtual
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Proposed sites (based on enrollment)

  • Timber Creek Elementary (for students in the Creekmoor and Timber Creek attendance areas) 
  • Eagle Glen Elementary
  • Peculiar Elementary (for students in the Bridle Ridge and Peculiar Elementary attendance areas) 
  • Raymore Elementary (for students in the Raymore Elementary and Stonegate attendance areas) 
  • Ray-Pec High School (for grades 6-12)

Summer School basics

  • Students are enrolled in the grade level they will enter for the 2021-2022 school year.
  • Elementary, middle school, and high school courses may include more than one grade level.
  • Online registration begins April 19. Enrollment forms are due May 14.

Elementary Summer School: 

Students entering grades K-5 will attend class from 8:30 a.m. to 3:50 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Arrival begins at 8:15 a.m. The four-week Summer School is structured with two-week (eight-day) thematic units. 

For in-person learning, students may choose to attend single sessions of two weeks each or a full session for four weeks. For online learning, students will attend full sessions for four weeks. 

The K-5 program integrates science, technology, engineering, arts, and math topics into courses in a project-based format.

K-5 Parent Letter

For students in grades K-5, fee-based Panther Pride child care will be offered (before and after school care and/or Friday, as needed).

Middle School Summer School:

Students in grades 6-8 will attend class from 7:25 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. Monday through Thursday at Ray-Pec High School. The four-week Summer School is structured with two-week (eight-day) thematic units. A student may register for two weeks or four weeks in-person and an additional four weeks online in July. 

The program integrates science, technology, engineering, arts, and math topics into courses in a project-based format. Courses will include options for physical education/band/choir/family and consumer science. Grade 6-8 Elective Course Offerings

6-8 Parent Letter

High School Summer School:

Summer School for students entering grades 9-12 is scheduled June 7 to July 1. Courses are available virtually or in-person at Ray-Pec High School. The second session, July 6 to July 29, is virtual only.

  • The majority of high school courses for credit will be five days per week. (Monday to Friday)
  • Hours for high school will be 7:25 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. 
  • Students may enroll in and earn a maximum of 2.0 credits. (Two credits equals four classes. This is a maximum of two courses in June, and two courses in July.)
  • Here are some of the course offerings. Check enrollment forms for all course offerings.
    • A new course offering this year is math remediation.
    • Physical Education and Health - one-half credit. There will be sections for incoming freshmen and upperclassmen. This is a half-day course for 19 days.
    • Summer Fitness - one-half credit. This is elective credit, NOT physical education credit.
    • Personal Finance - one-half credit, grades 10-12. This is a half-day course for 19 days.
    • Launch Online Learning Courses (all catalog offerings - no Advanced Placement).
    • VIPR Online Learning Courses.

Transportation

Morning and afternoon transportation is provided for all K-12 students, as needed. High School students attending morning only or afternoon only will need to arrange mid-day transportation.

Summer School Bus Routes

To be posted before Summer School begins

Meals

Breakfast and lunch is available at no charge to all students enrolled in summer school. Menus

Summer School administrators

  • Timber Creek Elementary (for Creekmoor and Timber Creek students) - Principal Andrea Mitsdarffer 
  • Eagle Glen Elementary - Principal Courtney Graham
  • Peculiar Elementary(for Bridle Ridge and Peculiar Elementary students) - Principal Rebecca Kolkmeier
  • Raymore Elementary (for Raymore Elementary and Stonegate students) - Principal Alisa Dutro 
  • High School and Middle School (for grades 6-12) - Principals Steven Meek, Wendell Pritchett, and Jennifer Ramirez