WUSD Summer School Sentinel

Vol 1; No. 7: June 2, 2021

Summer School 2021

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From the Desks of O'Shaughnessy & Meneses

Good afternoon everyone. We hope this communication finds you well. Last-minute details for summer school are being finalized. We are excited to have over 570 students join us for this extended learning opportunity! Big thanks to our amazing staff who are on board to offer such a great learning experience for kids

A reminder that we will have a Fee and Schedule pick-up day on Wednesday, June 9 from 4-7pm in the High School LMC. This is a great opportunity to pay any fees, pick up schedules, say hi, and walk the building to find classrooms with your students! Student and families will not be able to access schedules through Infinite Campus until the 2020-2021 school year is finalized (Approximately June 14).

First Day Things...June 21st

We are pleased to be able to relax some protocols for the first couple of days of summer school. parents and guardians will be able to come in with their students to help assist them finding their first period class. We will also have some amazing high school students on hand to help students find their classrooms for the first few days of summer school.

We ask that all visitors please check in with the main office before proceeding into the building.

Food Service

Thank you so much to Lisa Griep and her team for their time and effort in planning breakfast and lunch for the kids and our community.

Breakfast: 7:45-8:00

Students will be able to pick up a grab-and-go breakfast when they arrive inside the front doors each morning.

Lunch: 11:50-12:30 (High School students will have lunch available starting at 11am)

* Lunch will be available for students as grab-and-go.

* Students will be able to eat in the lunchroom or leave through Door #4 to be picked up by parents/guardians (closest to Aquatic Center) at the end of the summer school day.

* We will stagger dismissal from 4th period class; our younger scholars will be dismissed to pick up lunch at 11:45a.

* We will continue with our drive-up lunch distribution for families! Meals are available for any community member ages 18 or below. These meals may be picked up outside of Door #4 (closest to Aquatic Center) from 11:45a-12:15p.

Unfortunately at this time, parents, guardians, family, and community members will not be able to enter the school to eat in the lunchroom.

Drop Off/Pick Up

Students may be dropped off in the circle drive by the main entrance. Doors will open at 7:45 am for classes to start at 8 am. Students will be released at 12pm (our younger scholars will be released at 11:45am) and will be exiting Door #4 (closest to the MPR and Aquatic Center). You may enter the circle drive for pick-up.

Summer School Daily Schedule

8:00-8:55 Period 1

9:00-9:55 Period 2

10:00-10:55 Period 3

11:00-11:55 Period 4

11:55-12:30 LUNCH

12:30-2:30 ELL


8:00-11:00 Period 1

11:00-11:30 Lunch

11:30-2:30 Period 2

Health and Safety Protocols


  • Symptom Monitoring

  • Face Coverings/Masks optional

  • Sanitization & Disinfection

  • No outside visitors allowed in building...only students and staff.

  • For school-related business or child pick-up, parents/guardians may ring buzzer for entry into main office area . Face coverings will be optional

  • Building will not open until 7:45am.


  • Breakfast available as grab-and-go.

  • Lunch will be grab and go. Students may stay in cafeteria to eat lunch with 3 feet of distance between students.

  • No outside adults will be allowed in for lunch; students and staff only.


  • Class sizes will be capped to help ensure social distancing.

  • Sanitizer available in all classrooms. Staff and students will sanitize between classes.

  • Modifications to traditional curriculum and activities will be in place in order to limit person-to-person contact: especially in the areas of art, science, physical education, and music/drama.

  • We will utilize an additional locker room for swim lessons. We will hire locker room attendants to help students socially distance and to sanitize locker rooms.