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Summer School

MSDWC offers a variety of summer programs for students completing kindergarten through sixth grade.  Our summer 2021 programs are designed to boost your child’s academic achievement and confidence while reinforcing reading, writing and math skills. In addition, our educational enrichment activities expand science, social studies, art, health and engineering concepts.  Small class sizes, MSDWC teachers, and robust learning opportunities allows your child to continue dreaming big and working hard!

If you are interested in signing your student up for one of the Summer Scholars programs, be sure to let us know.

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Summer Scholars

Half-Day Option

Students attending our half-day Summer Scholars program will benefit from small group instruction designed to boost their reading, writing and math.

  • Open to students currently enrolled in Grade K-6
  • Dates: June 1 - June 30
  • Hours: 8:00 - 11:00 am
  • Cost: FREE!
  • Transportation: PROVIDED
  • Locations: Metro North & Southwood Elementary Schools
  • Classes meet Monday - Thursday

Full-Day Option (SPARK)

Students attending our all-day Summer Scholars/SPARK program will benefit from small group instruction designed to boost their reading, writing and math. Students will spend the morning portion of their day at their respective MSDWC school and then have transportation provided to the YMCA programming for an afternoon of enrichment activities. On Fridays, students enrolled in this option will have an entire day of enrichment through the YMCA programming.

  • Open to students currently enrolled in Grades K-2
  • Dates: June 1 - July 2
  • Hours:
    • 8:00 - 11:00 am at Metro North & Southwood Elementary Schools
    • 11:00 - 5:30 pm at YMCA and OJ Neighbours Elementary School
  • Cost: FREE!
  • Transportation: PROVIDED
  • Academic classes meet Monday - Thursday mornings
  • Enrichment classes meet Monday - Thursday afternoons and all day on Friday

MIA: Minds in Action

Minds in Action is designed to provide learning experiences outside of the classroom. Local field trips and experiences will focus on connecting subject areas like science, social studies, math, reading/writing, arts, health, and engineering while exploring our community. The afternoon experiences mirror MSDWC’s infamous Science in Motion but on a smaller scale.

  • Open to students currently enrolled in Grades 2 - 4
  • Dates: June 1 - 4 and June 8 - 11
  • Hours: Afternoons, vary each day
  • Cost: $40/student
  • Transportation: Parents provide transportation to Metro North or Southwood Elementary School, transportation to learning experiences is provided