2023 KCS Summer Academy / July Summer Session

2023 KCS Summer Academy / July Summer Session

 

 

 

*July Summer Session*

July Summer Session begins on Wednesday, July 5th and ends on July 21st. Breakfast and lunch will be provided daily.

Mary C. Snow July Session Principal - [email protected]

Alban July Session Principal - [email protected] 

Buses will run each day of the session. You should hear from someone in your closest bus terminal about where your child’s bus information if you indicated needing bus service. If you have questions about busing, you can call the main transportation office at 304-348-6616 or you can call your local bus terminal. Bus terminal phone numbers are located on the KCS website. Just click the transportation/bus icon

If you have questions, please email your July Session principal or email [email protected].

Kanawha County Schools Summer Academy & Extended School Year 2023

FREE Academic and Social Enrichment June 12th – June 30th, 2023

8 a.m. – 2 p.m. daily (elementary/middle)

Meals and transportation provided

Summer Academy available to any current KCS student in PreK-12. Aftercare for K-5 students may be available. See information below.

The registration window has closed. Any students with forms submitted now will be put onto a waitlist and may not hear about acceptance until closer to the opening of Summer Academy.

Wait list:  https://forms.gle/cGU1AfZiH1qVMhoS6

Elementary School Plan:

  • All Pre-K through 5th grade students will receive enrichment and remediation instruction based on student need.
  • Students will take part in fun activities, physical activity and arts and crafts. Special guests and activities will be brought to Academy locations.
  • Students are encouraged to attend for fun educational experiences and opportunities, enrichment and remediation.
  • Elementary students will attend the school designated for their feeder area.
  • Locations and aftercare information below.

Middle School Plan:

  • All students will receive enrichment and remediation instruction in the (4) core areas of Math, English, Science and Social Studies.
  • Students will take part in career exploration activities, physical activity and STEM exploration. Special guests and activities will be brought to Academy locations.
  • Students are encouraged to attend for fun educational experiences and opportunities, enrichment and remediation.
  • Location information available below.

High School Summer Academy:

  • High school programming will include an in-person or online credit recovery option for $75 per half credit. High school students should work with their local high schools for the best option for credits and for payment options. High school students should look for more information from their school.

PreK-12 Extended School Year (ESY) Plan for Special Education:

Location: Elk Center Elementary 

  • Specifically-designed instruction around each student’s critical skill goals per their IEP.
  • Students will participate in physical activities, crafts, games and social-emotional learning activities throughout the day. 
  • Students will also receive any related services per their IEP (Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech-Language Services, Visually Impaired Services, Hearing Impaired Services).
  • A Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) will assist in implementing behavior support to students.
  • Students who require Assistive Alternative Communication devices will have a Speech Language Pathologist to support the integration of their communication needs in a new environment. 
  • An Assistive Technology Specialist will be available to support all students with integration of technology to access curriculum and classroom activities. 

PROGRAM LOCATIONS

         Elementary – Summer Academy

Student attends the following school:

Their Summer Academy location will be:

Alban, Andrews Heights, Anne Bailey, Central, Lakewood or Weimer

Alban Elementary

Bridgeview, Dunbar Intermediate, Dunbar Primary, Montrose, Richmond

Bridgeview Elementary

Flinn, Sissonville

Flinn Elementary*

Chamberlain, Edgewood, Grandview, Kanawha City, Mary C. Snow, Piedmont, Ruffner, Shoals

Mary C. Snow West Side Elementary

Belle, Cedar Grove, Chesapeake, Malden, Marmet, Mary Ingles, Midland Trail, Pratt, Sharon Dawes

Midland Trail Elementary

Clendenin, Elk Center, Pinch

Pinch Elementary

Cross Lanes, Nitro, Point Harmony

Point Harmony Elementary*

Alum Creek, Holz, Kenna, Overbrook, Ruthlawn, Weberwood

Weberwood Elementary*

*Schools with an asterisk will offer afterschool childcare through the KCSCEP Third Base program (2 p.m. – 5:40 p.m.) at the site listed at the following weekly rates (children must be living in the same household to qualify for the multiple child discount): 
1 child - $65 
2 children - $90 
3 children - $115 

Connect/Link assistance through WV DHHR is accepted. Students attending the other summer academies can enroll in a KCS Summer Camp for after school childcare at the same rates and ride a bus to that location. 

Signups for Summer Academy after care are SEPARATE from Summer Academy enrollment and will begin in April. Call the Community Education Program for more information – 304-766-0378, or visit their website: kcscep.kana.k12.wv.us

         Middle – Summer Academy

Student attends the following school:

Their Summer Academy location will be:

DuPont, East Bank, Elkview, Horace Mann, John Adams

Carver Career Center

Andrew Jackson, Dunbar, Hayes, McKinley, Sissonville, South Charleston, West Side

Ben Franklin Career Center

         High – Summer Academy

High school programming will include an in-person or online credit recovery option for $75 per half credit. High school students should work with their local high schools for the best option for credits and for payment options. High school students should look for more information from their school.

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