Did you child struggle with school this year? The most recent NAEP (National Assessment on Educational Progress) assessments indicate that less than one-third of U.S. fourth graders are proficient in reading, mathematics, science, and American History.
Summer school is a great opportunity to gain some lost ground. Students who are weak in a subject area, perhaps Math, Science or English, improve their GPA’s by taking these courses during the summer and concentrate on their other courses during the regular school year, in addition to freeing up their schedules for Art, Band,Theater and Sports opportunities. It is possible to complete an entire course of geometry, algebra, biology, chemistry, US history or English during summer school.
Kradwell School is now enrolling for Summer School. Kradwell Summer School provides the opportunity for makeup, enrichment, remediation and social skills development. Students grades 5 through 12 receive individualized instruction in classes with a 5/1 student/teacher ratio.
The summer program runs from June 19 through August 2 and is often recommended to parents and students because the entire middle and high school core curriculum is available. Kradwell is the only summer school program that offers the entire academic curriculum. New this year is a Social Skills class that incorporates classroom and experiential learning.
Kradwell offers the right balance of challenging academics in a fun and dynamic setting while providing the best opportunity for starting the fall semester with a stronger academic base.
Benefits of the Kradwell Summer School program include
- Individualized instruction with a 5:1 student teacher ratio
- Flexible scheduling and experienced teachers
- Weekly progress notes from each teacher are posted online
- Instruction for kids of all abilities, including gifted and talented
- New this year: Social Skills class designed for higher functioning autistic children
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For additional Summer School enrollment information or to make a referral, contact Program Coordinator Leslie Newman at 414-454-6593 or firstname.lastname@example.org