Clarkston Schools 2014
Refresh – Review – Re-new
Where: SashabawMiddle School – LGI A
When: 10 days; Mon-Friday, August 4 – August 15.
Who: Students entering grades 6-8 (Mr. Andress will run the classes.)
Registration: Contact Community Education @ 248-623-4326
Get ready for the new school year and sharpen those math skills!
SUMMER MATHCAMP: REFRESH, REVIEW AND RE-NEW
A review of the major concepts and procedures in Math 6. Students will develop arithmetic skills, work with fractions, decimals, percentages, area and perimeter, etc. Main focus: 6th grade curriculum. This session is ideal for incoming 6th grade students who will be taking Advanced Math and those hoping to place into Advanced Math in the fall. These students are strongly encouraged to enroll. Students who have completed 6th grade math and cannot attend the Mid-morning session will also find this session helpful.
Y483-10 8:30-10:30am Mon -Fri August 4-15 $100 Sashabaw Middle School LGI A
Y484-10 11:00am-1:00pm Mon-Fri August 4-15 $100 Sashabaw Middle School LGI A
This session is intended for students entering 7th and/or 8th grades in the fall. We will review both Math 7 and Math 8 topics in this session. Additional emphasis will be on problem solving and fundamentals of Algebra and Geometry.
Y485-10 1:30-3:30pm Mon -Fri August 4-15 $100 Sashabaw Middle School LGI A
If you have questions contact Howard Andress, SMS Math Teacher and SMS/CJHS Math Team coach @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer Writing Camp Scholarships for SMS Students
In partnership with Clarkston's Optimist Club, the Harry Knitter Scholarship applications are now being accepted for current 6th or 7th graders who would like to attend a summer writing camp through Clarkston Community Education or Oakland University. Please submit applications by April 30th to ensure a spot in the camp of your choice! Click the application link below:
The Oakland Summer Writer’s Camp is for those who love to write! Each day is filled with opportunities to learn writer’s craft. Ideas will grow layer by layer as campers work with fellow writers and teachers to find golden words and just right lines. Returning students will practice brand new layers that will push their writing to the next level. The camp includes a walking field trip through historic, downtownClarkston. Friends and family are invited to attend an end-of-camp celebration that includes students sharing their writing as well as a published anthology of student work.
Who: 2014/15 5th-7th graders
When: M-F, 9-2:00 Cost: $250
July 7-18(Y425) OR July 21-August 1 (Y455)
(Includes all writing supplies and a Writer’s CampT-shirt)