Academic Summer School

Academic Summer School: Getting Ready For The Next Grade Level

The emphasis of Academic Summer School is to prepare your child for the grade they will enter this Fall. The goal is to maintain (brief review) and improve proficiencies while reinforcing the school curriculum. Summer School is a relaxed environment where students will experience memorable, theme based teaching and learning.   
  • 2018 Academic Summer School will run 6 weeks from June 18 to July 27
  • No uniforms are required - Summer Camp T-shirts are required for off-campus field trips only
  • Classes will be in session each week from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 Noon on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday
  • Classes are not in session on Wednesdays or observed Holidays
  • Fun and interesting Wednesday Field Trip (optional) opportunities are available each Wednesday to all students
  • Morning Extended Care (included with Summer School registration) is available in the morning as early as 7:30 a.m. until classes begin at 8:30 a.m.
  • Afternoon 1/2 day Summer Day Camp (optional) is available to enrolled Summer School students only from 12:00 Noon until 5 p.m.
  • Afternoon Extended Care  is available after Summer Day Camp dismissal at 5 p.m. until 6:30 p.m.
 

MCS Summer Programs for 2018

 

Registration is OPEN to Current MCS and Community Students

 

Registration Fee is $60 (non-refundable)

Important Documents 
Summer Programs 2018 - Student / Parent Handbook 
Parent Commitment Form  
Summer 2018 EFT Form
 
 

 

Kindergarten through 5th Grade

Entering Kindergarten “Stepping Up to Success”

This class is for students entering Kindergarten in Fall 2017. The emphasis is preparing students for success in Kindergarten. The daily schedule includes circle time, bible time, math, literacy, science, art, snack time, and recess.

Entering 1st Grade “Love to Learn”

This class helps prepare students for success in 1st grade. The focus is on reading comprehension, math, and writing skills, while reinforcing the school curriculum. The class helps students maintain and improve their proficiency levels.

Entering 2nd Grade “Fun with Friends”

This class helps prepare students for success in 2nd grade. The focus is on reading comprehension, math, and writing skills, while reinforcing the school curriculum. The class helps students maintain and improve their proficiency levels.

Entering 3rd Grade “Survival Skills”

This class helps prepare students for success in 3rd grade. The focus is on reading comprehension, math, and writing skills, while reinforcing the school curriculum. The class helps students maintain and improve their proficiency levels.

Entering 4th Grade “Staying Strong”

The emphasis of this class is preparing students for success in 4th grade. The focus is on maintaining and improving proficiency in reading comprehension, math, and writing, while reinforcing the school curriculum.

Entering 5th Grade“Be Fit for Fifth”

The emphasis of this class is preparing students for success in 5th grade. The focus is on maintaining and improving proficiency in reading comprehension, math, and writing skills, while reinforcing the school curriculum.

Middle School

 

6-9th Grades Science and Robotics

Using “project-based learning,” teams of 3 students each work together to explore concepts of robotics design, construction, and programming using NXT Mindstorm hardware and software. Other learning units include human reaction time measurement, cell biology, friction, and more. Plan on a fun and exciting experience learning about science, technology, and engineering.

6-9th Grades Language Arts Workshop

This class emphasizes literature and writing elements of the language arts curriculum. Students will read through literature and incorporate technology into their learning. Students will learn grammar basics and language skills needed to be successful writers in the 21st century. Special attention will be given to reviewing elements of grammar that are often overlooked during the school year. The course will help students become confident in writing skills while understanding the difference between academic writing and informal writing.

6-9th Grades Math Skills and Uses

Students will have opportunities to use math principles learned from previous years to create multiple projects that vary by topic and level. Students will learn in a creative environment that incorporates individual assignments and group projects.
 
Please note: 2017 Summer Program Middle School curriculum is subject to change.