ST. PARIS – Graham Local Schools is offering a new Summer Session format to attract and assist its students. Along with its traditional summer Physical Education offering, Graham High School will now be offering credit recovery in a revamped learning lab it calls “GOAL,” which now stands for Graham Online Achievement Lab. This summer, students may sign up to take up to two online courses for $75 per course in the new Summer Session 4-week format, beginning June 5. The courses will run for four weeks from June 5 through June 22, Monday-Thursday mornings from 8 a.m. to noon.
At Graham Middle School, the building will be offering two-week interventions in literacy for Grades 6-7, as well as one week of summer STEAM camp.
Graham Elementary will be offering two weeks of literacy intervention for Grades 3 and 6 from 8:20 to 11:30 a.m. Monday-Thursday, June 5-June 15. STEAM camps will also be offered to ages 7-9 on June 19-20 from 9 a.m. to noon, and for ages 10-12 on June 22-23 from 9 a.m. to noon.
Parents may also sign K-5 students up for free summer reading resources offered by the school’s Literacy Foundation, Read Imagine Soar! Parents in the district with children ages 1-5 can also sign up at anytime for the Foundation’s free Dolly Parton Imagination Library resources. Graham’s goal is to sign up every child in the district ages 1-5 this year.
For information on any of these Summer Session activities, students can contact their counselors or principals at 937-663-4123.
Submitted by the Graham school district.