The district’s summer school programs have something to offer for students in all grades, from kindergarten through high school. The variety of classes offers something for students with varied interests and abilities.
Elementary (K-4) and Middle School (Grades 5-8)
Summer school brochures and enrollment forms will be distributed to all elementary and middle school students at conferences in spring 2014.
Driver's education is offered in the summer at Olathe East, Olathe North and Olathe South high schools. Twelve hours of driving experience and 34 hours of classroom instruction are included in each session. Students must have turned 14 by Jan. 1, 2014 to apply for the 2014 summer program. For more information, call Kraig Taylor at (913) 780-7125.
Weight Training (Grades 6-12)
Weight training is a five-week program open to boys and girls in sixth through 12th grade. Registration forms and information will be available in late April or early May 2014. Tim Anderson, firstname.lastname@example.org, is director of the summer weights and fitness program.
eAcademy (online learning)
Summer eAcademy will offer 13 courses for advanced placement students. Students with counselor permission may sign up at summer school enrollment night in the spring. Counselors will have information fliers and additional information is available on the eAcademy website (http://departments.olatheschools.com/eacademy/) or by contacting Randy Warner, eAcademy facilitator, (913) 780-7110.
Eligibility for enrollment in the extended school year is individually determined by each student’s IEP team. Contact your child’s IEP case manager if you have questions about your child’s eligibility for ESY. Questions about ESY programs should be directed to Heidi Garza at (913) 780-7329.