North Judson-San Pierre students can attend summer school classes that have been offered in the past, or they can take new classes.
Superintendent Lynn Johnson said summer school classes will be meet Monday through Thursday starting June 8th and continuing through June 25th.
Jumpstart to first and second grade classes will be offered, along with a bridge to middle school course. These grant-funded courses will help students in those grades ease into the start of the new school year.
IREAD will be available for students who did not pass the standardized test this school year. Eligible students are undergoing additional remediation during the school year. Students can retake exam this summer.
Students in the second through fifth grades can participate in a two-week Summer Enrichment Program, and the Starke County Youth Club will also have enrichment programs for students.
A new program, Supervised Agricultural Experience, will be offered in a five-week setting for high school students.
The USDA Summer Food Program will return. Any resident ages 18 and younger may eat a grab-and-go breakfast and a nutritional lunch at the North Judson-San Pierre Schools for free. Dates and times will be released at a later date.
Johnson stresses most of the programs are grant funded. More information is available to students at any time.
The school board members approved the listing of summer school programs presented to them Tuesday night.