2017 TIGERS REGISTRATION

CURRENT GR. 8 Students Only
Transitioning Into Great Educational and Real-World Success

    TIGERS REGISTRATION

    Success in high school takes good study skills, time management and organization, the ability to read and comprehend, the ability to conduct and analyze science experiments and study for and take tests effectively. In an effort to make the transition from eighth grade to the high school setting a smooth one, we are HIGHLY ENCOURAGING all current eighth grade students to participate in the TIGERS summer school class. Learn your way around the high school….Meet some of your high school teachers….Learn some of the basic skills that you will see in your high school math, science, social studies, and English courses…Master some study-skills to help prepare you for academic success at the high school level and beyond. Successful completion of the course will earn the student ¼ of a high school credit. The course will run from 9:00-12:00 Monday through Friday, June 12 – June 30. No other summer school courses will be offered for Eighth Grade students.
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    BUS TRANSPORTATION

    If your child will be using bus transportation to and from summer school - please check from the drop-down menu which EAST/WEST route you will be using. Pick-up and drop-off timers are listed.
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    SUMMER SCHOOL BREAKFAST & LUNCH

    In an effort to make sure children have a good breakfast and a good lunch before and after summer school, we are offering breakfast and lunch for those students attending summer school. For planning purposes, if you sign your child up for breakfast and/or lunch, we ask that they take breakfast and/or lunch every day during summer school. Breakfast will include milk and breakfast items similar to those served during the school year: French toast sticks, muffins, mini pancakes, breakfast bars. Breakfast will cost $1.85 per student. Free and reduced rates apply for those families that qualified during the regular school year. Lunch will include milk, entrée, fruit, and vegetable. Lunch will be in a brown bag so that it can be taken with the students on the bus, home to enjoy, to Fallen Timbers, or to the YWCA. Lunch will cost $2.75 per student. Free and reduced rates apply for those families that qualified during the regular school year. T he cost of summer school breakfast and lunch will be deducted from your regular hot lunch account or will be billed the last week of summer school along with the class fees
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