Summer School Sign Up
Summer School Sign Up
Posted on 05/16/2018
Enrollment for all courses (except Freshmen Forward) is now closed. 

​Confirmations emails will be sent out on June 8 before 2:30 pm. 

Summer School Sign Up

All summer school listings below are intended only for students currently in the Green Bay Area Public School District. Courses are designed for the students entering the grade levels listed by the course name.

Student First Name: 
Student Last Name: 
Grade (for fall 2018): 

Guardian Name: 
Guardian Email: 
Phone Number: 

 Guardian Approval: The above named student has permission to participate in the course(s) that have been selected and understands that homeworks, attendance, and behavioral expectations must be met.



Enrollment for ALL COURSES will be closed when
the course has filled 
or
on June 8
... whichever comes first.

Please be aware that all courses have a minimum required enrollment. If the minimum enrollment is not met, the class will be cancelled. You would receive notification of cancellation prior to the start date for the course.



Athletics

Athletics will not be running the week of July 4.

Trojan Strength, Speed & Conditioning - Grades 9 - 12
SESSION 1: June 11 - July 27, 6:30 am - 8:30 am 
SESSION 2: June 11 - July 27, 8:30 am - 10:30 am

After this course, students will be able to: 
- identify the components of a healthy lifestyle
- demonstrate proper form and technique as it relates to training and athletic skill development
- understand the importance of decision making as it relates to, speed, agility, conditioning, and strength development

Please selection one session.


Foundations of Football - Leadership and Fundamentals - Grades 9 - 12
July 16 - July 20, 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

After this course, students will be able to: 
- identify the components related to specific positions and skills needed to perfom in the sport of football
- demonstrate proper form and technique as it relates to training and athletic skill development, specifically with different positions on the football field and with the warm-up routines
- understand the importance of leadership and decision-making as it relates to participating in games with their peers

Foundations of Football - Fundamentals of the Game & Transitioning to High School Football - Grade 9
June 12 - July 26 on Tuesdays & Thursdays (excluding week of July 15th), 8:30 am - 10:30 am

After this course, students will understand:
- the offensive and defensive concepts that are used in the game of football at Southwest High School

- the fundamental techniques used in football
the key components of each offensive and defensive position


Leadership Course: What it Takes to Become a Leader - Grades 9 - 12
June 11 - July 25 on Mondays & Wednesdays (excluding week of July 15th), 8:30 am - 10:30 am

After this course, students will know:
- what traits and skills are necessary to become a great teammmate in a group setting
- how to mentally become prepared for success in athletic events and in life
- how to handle adversity and set goals to improve their performance


Trojan Elementary Sports Academy - Grades 1 - 5
SESSION 1: Football, Girls Basketball, Tennis 
June 18 - July 13, 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Football
Girls Basketball
Co-Ed Tennis - CLOSED

SESSION 2: Boys Basketball, Boys & Girls Soccer
July 16 - August 3, 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Boys Basketball
Co-Ed Soccer - CLOSED
Girls Volleyball - CLOSED

After this course, students will be able to: 
- identify the components related to specific positions and skills needed perform in the specific sports
- demonstrate proper form and technique as it relates to training and athletic skill development, specifically with different positions within each sport and with the warm-up routines
- understand the importance of leadership and decision-making as it relates to participating in games with their peers

Students should sign up for the session that includes the sport they are interested in.



Supplemental Courses

Freshmen Forward/Link Crew
  SESSION 1: August 14 & 15, 8:00 am - 11:00 am
  SESSION 2: August 14 & 15, 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Freshmen Forward is a comprehensive orientation experience that focuses on the information and skills needed to be successful in high school.  Success is not just defined through the narrow lens of academics, it also encompasses social, emotional, and behavioral expectations, and co-curricular involvement within the school and community.  Freshmen will learn about Southwest’s policies, expectations, graduation requirements, and co-curricular activities.  They will get an opportunity to meet and connect with their classmates and upperclassmen Link Leaders, who are trained to mentor and assist them as they transition to high school.  Freshmen will tour the building, get a copy of their schedule, and walk through a typical school day.  The idea is simple, to familiarize and prepare freshmen for high school. 

Please select one session.


Show Choir Camp - Grades 9 - 12
June 18 - June 22, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm - ENROLLMENT CLOSED. TRYOUTS COMPLETE.

This auditioned course will focus on learning proper techniques to increase athletic endurance in order to use proper breath support while singing and performing. Students will learn music for their 2018-19 show and the choreography in its entirety. Students enrolled in this class must audition on May 24th at Southwest High School.


Chamber Choir Camp - Grades 10-12
August 11, 8:00 am - 11:00 pm

This retreat is for Chamber Choir students only.  If interested in auditioning, email bmrockstroh@gbaps.org for more information.  After this retreat, students will begin fall repertoire and will start the journey of team camaraderie.


A Cappella Camp - Grades 9-12 - ENROLLMENT CLOSED. COURSE WILL NOT BE RUNNING.

This retreat is for Southwest A Cappella groups.  If interested in auditioning, email bmrockstroh@gbaps.org for more information.  During this retreat, students will explore the basics of original arrangements within the genre of a cappella music.



Academics

Classes will not be running the week of July 4.

Continuous Progress Courses: Students who fail one semester of the listed classes may raise their grade to a D by taking a continuous progress course. These offerings are open to students who have failed approximately half of one semester's content. Either semester of the courses are available to students. Students will work independently, under the direction of an instructor, using both online and textbook assignments on content assigned by their regular classroom teacher. Students must complete all work assigned by their teacher to raise their grade to a D. Students who took a course in the 'Advanced' pathway will have the word 'Advanced' removed from their transcript for the semester they are working on and their F will be changed to D. 

MATH 
Algebra 1 (continuous progress) 
- Grades 10 - 12 
June 12 - July 13, 8:00 am - 11:00 am
See continuous progress course description above.

Algebra 1 - Semester 2 - Grades 10 - 12 
June 18 - Aug 3, 8:00 am - 11:00 am
This course is for students who need to make up the entire second semester of Algebra 1. If you need to need to make up half of the semester or less, please sign up for the Algebra 1 (continuous progress). 

Geometry (continuous progress) - Grades 10 - 12 
June 12 - July 13, 8:00 am - 11:00 am
See continuous progress course description above.

Algebra 2 (continuous progress) - Grades 10 - 12
June 12 - July 13, 8:00 am - 11:00 am
See continuous progress course description above.

Algebra Readiness - Grade 9 
June 18 - July 13, 8:30 am - 11:00 am

This hands-on and activity based course will cover topics students need to be successful in an Algebra 1 course including, but not limited to: integers, factions, decimals, percents, order of operations, distributive property, solving basic equations, inequalities, and absolute values. 

This is an enrichment course.


SOCIAL STUDIES 
Citizenship & Economics / United States & World Affairs (continuous progress) 
- Grades 10 - 12 
June 12 - July 13, 7:00 am - 10:00 am
See continuous progress course description above.


SCIENCE
Physical Science (continuous progress) - Grades 10 - 12 
June 18 - July 20, 8:00 am - 11:30 am
See continuous progress course description above.


ART
AP Studio Art - Portfolio Development Camp
 - Grades 10-12
June 11- June 15, 9:00 am - 12:30 pm

Are you considering a career in art?  This course will focus on developing an art portfolio to use for college admission.  The portfolio is the single most important component of an art school application. A variety of important resources and information will be shared for your independent research. You will learn what colleges require for an art portfolio and have an open art studio session to use for creating artwork. Introduction to new media and approaches will be available, but the focus is to generate a major work of art for your portfolio.  This is open to any student grades 7 through 12.


ELL
ELA, Science, Social Studies (continuous progress) 
- Grades 9-12
June 12 - July 28, 9:00 am - 11:00 am
See continuous progress course description above.

ELL US History, Science & Technology / World History Conflict & Resolution - Grades 9-12
June 12 - July 28, 9:00 am - 11:00 am - CLOSED


PHYSICAL EDUCATION: Recreational Pursuits Focused - Grades 10 - 12 
June 18 - July 13, 8:00 am - 12:00 pm 

Please mark below if you would like to take this course as Pass/Fail or for a letter grade.
Pass/Fail 
Grade

This course provides students with the opportunity to learn the skills, strategies, and rules for a variety of recreational activities. Students will gain the ability to participate in activities, including unique variations on traditional sports, which they can carry with them throughout their adult lives. In addition, students will continue to develop their physical fitness through participation in fitness training activities. Activities may include: archery, badminton, bowling, disc golf, fitness walking, Frisbee, softball, tennis, football, soccer, table tennis, volleyball, or other diverse games.

Successful completion of this course is worth .5 credits.


PASS Credit Recovery - Grades 11 & 12 
June 19 - July 14, 8:30 am - 11:30 am

Juniors and seniors who are credit deficient can complete PASS course curriculum. Students will complete 5 self-paced units and take 5 tests for each PASS course. Students will work with their individual counselor to complete the registration/referral process.

Successful completion of a PASS course is worth .5 credits. 

Student interested in signing up for PASS Credit Recovery must speak with their counselor to sign up.



Online High School Credit 

For students entering grades 9-12
 

  • March 16, 2018: Complete information may be accessed from the Summer School Coursebook at https://www.gbaps.org/our_district/summer_school_2018/
  • March 26 - April 6, 2018: Course enrollment requests may to be made through the IC Portal or with the paper registration forms in the Summer School Coursebook. 

Online High School Credit courses are designed for students entering grades 9-12 who are taking this course for the first-time.  There may be no course repeats, and no grade replacements.  Space in these courses is limited.  If necessary, a lottery may be put in place after priorities are met, in order to ensure non-preferential placement of the remaining registration requests. 

Online Learning Opportunities

The Green Bay Area Public School District expects to offer high school students the opportunity to register in one of several online courses this summer:

  • HEA049024ONL - Health
  • ONLPED049022 – Fitness Fundamentals 2 
    incoming 10th, 11th and 12th grade students only
  • ONLPED049124 – Blended Physical Education 9 
    incoming 9th grade students only; online with weekly face-to-face requirements
  • PFM083424ONL – Personal Financial Literacy 
    incoming 11th and 12th grade students only

Interested students must activate and readily access their GBAPS Gmail accounts.  Communications pertaining to online courses will be sent the student Gmail accounts.

  •  Online courses (including PE) may not be repeated. 
  • Online courses may not be taken for grade improvement or credit recovery.
  • Students are only allowed to enroll in one online course in the summer. 
  • Should requests exceed the available capacity, a lottery will determine student placement in the requested course.  Selected students will be notified by May 1st.
  • Students selected through the lottery will receive a packet, via their district Gmail, which outlines next steps, critical dates, and process for online course enrollment.
  • Online courses are seven weeks long, running from 06/18/18 – 08/03/18.  
  • A preliminary online Orientation mini-course is completed 6/18/18 - 6/20/18.
  • Face-to-face, proctored final exams are required on one of three dates:
    • August 1
    • August 2
    • August 3


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