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Once again the MVR-III School District will offer all K−8 students, free of charge, an exciting approach to summer learning called Summer Journey. The Summer Journey program will be held at four designated elementary sites for K-5th (Coleman, Nike, Truman, and Zitzman) and at the Riverbend School for 6th–8th. The Summer Journey program will begin on Monday, May 23, 2016, and end on Friday, June 24, 2016. The Summer Journey program is open to all students entering kindergarten for the fall of 2016 through those currently attending 8th grade. The Summer Journey program will be an all-day program Monday through Friday. Please note if you are the parent of a child who will be entering kindergarten in the fall of 2016, we strongly encourage you to consider enrolling your child in Summer Journey. The four elementary sites will have a full day option for those entering kindergarten. Transportation will be provided at the beginning and end of each day for the four elementary sites (incoming Kindergarten and current K–4th grade students) and the middle school (current 5th–8th grade students). Please note that current 5th grade students will take the intermediate courses at Riverbend and current 8th grade students will have the options of enrolling in the 8th grade courses at Riverbend and/or signing up for Pacific High School regular summer courses; however, transportation is not provided for Pacific High School courses.
Excellent attendance will be rewarded on an individual basis as well as to qualify students for drawings and daily prizes for all those enrolled in the Summer Journey K−8 program.
Who should attend Summer Journey? Everyone should attend. It will be an opportunity for fun, learning, and prizes all rolled into one lasting Summer Journey!
If interested, a link to the enrollment form is provided below. Please return completed form to your child’s school. For a complete enrollment packet with additional information, please contact your child’s school office.
Pacific High School is committed to the development of student athletes. It is the intention of our staff to provide quality instruction to all camp participants. Camp Staff consists of the head coaches and their assistants from each particular sport. Physicals are not required for summer camps. However, athletes are required to have a current physical in order to participate in middle school and high . . .
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