Friday is the last day of school in Collier County and students drop out three hours early. At the end of a unique school year, children are ready to go out and enjoy the summer.
“Summer school” may be the worst phrase in English for many. Few people want to hear it … except probably parents who want to get their kids out of the house. However, this can be a very important learning experience, as it was an unusual grade to escape the COVID-19 pandemic.
But here is the best part. Students are not scored on most of these six-week summer courses. It’s purely to give children something they can do during the summer. The Collier County School District wants to make this a rich time for children.
“And it’s all voluntary, but it’s the support we provide to our family. It’s time,” said Chad Oliver, Executive Director of Communication and Community Engagement.
Collier County schools have just held a face-to-face graduation ceremony on simultaneous broadcasts to 43 countries. They are also moving to voluntary mask wear on campus, a sign that they are turning the pandemic page.
For parents who want to keep their children educated during the summer, the Collier County School District website has great learning tools in the following ways: That virtual excursion pageYou can take your child to places that include. Artis-Naples, San Diego Zoo, or Colonial Williamsberg
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