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Summer Learning Opportunities

Summer Learning Opportunities
During this time of social distancing and school closure, Magnolia ISD is offering summer learning opportunities for each level.
 
The two traditional summer school options are available for high school students, but both will be offered as online courses rather than in-person.
  • Original credit courses are for students who have not taken the course during a school year. Offerings include Economics, Government, and Health
  • Credit recovery courses are for students who did not satisfactorily complete a course or semester of a course with a passing grade.
 
Registration
Original Credit (Registration available May 4 - June 8)
Credit Recovery link (Registration available starting May 20)
 
Please email any questions about high school summer school to braphelt@magnoliaisd.org.
Parent work with students during the last nine weeks of school has been vital to student progress and very much appreciated. Throughout the summer, students should continue reading at least 20 minutes per day and continue math fluency practice regularly. Additionally, the district will provide four weeks of supplemental learning opportunities that will be posted on
the district webpage beginning June 8. The learning opportunities will provide parents with accessible and free resources to keep students learning and growing as readers and thinkers!
 
Junior High
The summer learning opportunities available for 7th and 8th-grade students are a combination of activities that can be completed independently and access to online learning programs.
Coming June 8
 
Intermediate
The summer learning opportunities available for 5th and 6th-grade students are a combination of activities that can be completed independently and access to online learning programs.
Coming June 8
 
Elementary
Optional summer learning opportunities are available for PK-4 students. The offerings include recorded lessons for reading, math challenges, handwriting practice, and science activities. Students will also have access to online learning programs. Materials will be in Spanish for bilingual students.
Coming June 8