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2022 Summer Boost

We are pleased to announce that Washington Middle School will be hosting a summer boost program.
The program will be in person 5 days a week for current 6th and 7th grade students.  
Students will attend Tuesday, June 21st through Friday, July 15th from 9am to noon each day. 
We will focus on Math, Language Arts, and Social Emotional Skills
Breakfast and lunch will be provided.   
If you would like your student to attend, please fill out the attached form to secure your spot.  
If you need more information, please email Kim Smith at kimsmith@sps186.org or call 217-525-3182 ext. 44190

Register here

2021 Summer Boost

Summer Boost

June 30, 2021   9 photos
Thank you!

WMS students and staff would like to thank the following businesses for supporting Summer Boost by providing us with some prizes for our students who are working hard during the summer program:

Sonic on North Dirksen

Freddy's on Wabash

Scheels

Skateland South

Illinois State Fair

 

 

Summer Boost at Washington Middle School

Summer Boost at Washington Middle School is a program for current 6th and 7th grade students who would like to gain some skills to help them prepare for the next grade.  During Summer Boost, students will have engaging lessons that incorporate AVID and SEL strategies such as organization and self-advocacy into math and literature.  Students will also have the opportunity to give back to our community by helping with the WMS Community Garden.  WMS teachers are excited to share this opportunity with our students!

 

Dates: June 14-July 2

Times; 9am-12pm

Location: In person Monday through Friday at WMS

Meals: Breakfast will be served up on arrival and students will have a grab and go lunch at dismissal

Transportation is provided for students in WMS boundaries.  

Please keep the technology devices you were assigned from WMS, we will return them at the end of the program.

Please contact Kim Smith (kimsmith@sps186.org; 217-525-3182) with any questions.