WUSD Summer School Sentinel
Vol 1; No. 6: April 28, 2021
Summer School 2021
From the Desks of O'Shaughnessy & Meneses
We hope this communication finds you well. Registration is in full swing! The registration window does close this FRIDAY, APRIL 30. Get those picks in! We need to have this hard deadline so that we can properly plan staffing and budgets.
For High School credit recovery courses, students and families may still request classes once the registration window closes. Please contact your child's guidance counselor at the High School to register your student after April 30.
Once registration is closed, we will start building the master schedule. At this time, we will accommodate and work with your special schedule requests. If there are any schedule conflicts or other scheduling issues, we will be in contact with you.
If you have any questions or concerns about the process please don't hesitate to contact Nathan or Alicia!
After 4th period is done, students may proceed to the cafeteria to pick up lunch. They may eat their lunch in the cafeteria or they may take their lunch home right away. We will be unable to allow parents, family, and community members into the building to join us in the cafeteria.
Summer School Daily Schedule
Due to the extension of a food service waiver, we are allowed to serve take-and-go lunches for our students. This means that we do not have to require students to eat lunch at the school. Because of this, we are able to return to our "normal" summer school schedule!!!! We will still offer 1 lunch period for those students who are here in the afternoons and for those that need a place to eat. Unfortunately, we still cannot allow our family and community friends to come into the building to eat.
The schedule is posted below:
8:00-8:55 Period 1
9:00-9:55 Period 2
10:00-10:55 Period 3
11:00-11:55 Period 4
8:00-11:00 Period 1
11:30-2:30 Period 2
Class Spotlight: Running for Fitness
all integrated throughout the course. When time allows, students will participate in games and
activities that are aerobic in nature to keep the class fun and inviting.