+ Camps, Credit Recovery & Driver's Education

We are expanding our programs for students this summer!

  • Instead of one elementary site as in the past, the district will be hosting Summer Academies at three schools.

  • More spaces will be available at our secondary academies.

Enrollment is open to all SPS students, but the district will reserve space for those who could most benefit from the Summer Academies. If enrollment exceeds available spaces, a waiting list will be created, and SPS will try to accommodate those requests.

  • Students participating in summer programs will have easy access to free onsite meals

      • The district will provide breakfast and lunch from June 1 through July 24

      • Hot meals will be served at Will Rogers

      • Grab and go options will be served at the other sites hosting summer programming

  • Transportation will be provided by the district to and from the programs

  • All programs are free to participants with the exception of the $275 Drivers Education course.

Enrollment begins April 5.

Summer Academy Sessions

Elementary Math & Reading (PreK – 5th Grade)


2 Sessions*

  • June 7 - 24, Monday - Thursday, 8am - 11am

  • July 6 - 22, Monday - Thursday, 8am - 11am


3 Locations

  • Will Rogers

  • Highland Park

  • Skyline


Elementary Summer Academy Point of Contact

Arryn Small - asmall@stillwaterschools.com

Stillwater Middle School

(6-7th Grade)


4 Sessions*

  • June 7 - 24, Monday - Thursday, 10am-12pm

  • June 7 - 24, Monday - Thursday, 1-3pm

  • July 6 - 22, Monday - Thursday, 10am-12pm

  • July 6 - 22, Monday - Thursday, 1-3pm


Location

  • Stillwater Middle School


SMS Summer Academy Point of Contact

Trent J. Swanson - tswanson@stillwaterschools.com

Stillwater Junior High School

(8th Grade)


4 Sessions*

  • June 7 - 24, Monday - Thursday, 10am-12pm

  • June 7 - 24, Monday - Thursday, 1-3pm

  • July 6 - 22, Monday - Thursday, 10am-12pm

  • July 6 - 22, Monday - Thursday, 1-3pm


Location

  • Stillwater Junior High School


SJHS Summer Academy Point of Contact

Trent J. Swanson - tswanson@stillwaterschools.com


*Students will only attend one session/timeslot.

EL Summer Academy is for students finishing grades K-11 who are current English language learners in our district. During summer school, students will practice their language by listening, speaking, reading and writing about content area topics. In the past EL Academy students have used academic vocabulary to perform an experiment, experience an event in history, write a poem, and calculate the distance a wooden car travels. The main purpose of EL Summer Academy is for students to engage in fun learning activities that stimulate creativity and wonder.

La Academia de Verano EL es para estudiantes que terminan los grados K-11 y que actualmente están aprendiendo inglés en nuestro distrito. Durante la escuela de verano, los estudiantes practicarán su idioma escuchando, hablando, leyendo y escribiendo sobre temas del área de contenido. En el pasado, los estudiantes de EL Academy han usado vocabulario académico para realizar un experimento, experimentar un evento en la historia, escribir un poema y calcular la distancia que recorre un automóvil de madera. El propósito principal de EL Summer Academy es que los estudiantes participen en actividades divertidas de aprendizaje que estimulen la creatividad y la maravilla.

EL

(K – 5th Grade)


2 Sessions

  • June 7 - 24, Monday - Thursday, 8am - 11am

  • July 6 - 22, Monday - Thursday, 8am - 11am


Location

  • Will Rogers



EL Summer Academy Point of Contact

Stephanie Coca - scoca@stillwaterschools.com

EL

(6th-11th Grade)


2 Sessions

  • June 7 - 24, Monday - Thursday, 9am - 12pm

  • July 6 - 22, Monday - Thursday, 9am - 12pm


Location

  • Stillwater High School


Extended School Year

Extended School Year is designed to support special education students in retaining skills that they have learned as part of their Individualized Education Program (IEP). Eligibility for participation will be determined by individual IEP goals.

Extended School Year (K – 5th Grade)

2 Sessions

  • June 7 - 24, Monday - Thursday, 8am - 11am

  • July 6 - 22, Monday - Thursday, 8am - 11am

Locations

  • Highland Park

  • Will Rogers



ESY Summer Academy Point of Contact

Melisa Kifer - mkifer@stillwaterschools.com

Extended School Year (6th-12th Grade)

2 Sessions

  • June 7 - 24, Monday - Thursday, 9am - 12pm

  • July 6 - 22, Monday - Thursday, 9am - 12pm

Locations

  • Stillwater Middle School

    • Stillwater High School

Indian Education Summer Camps

Indian Education STEM Camp (1st– 4th Grade)

The annual Indian Education STEM summer camp will be held Thursday June 3 & Friday June 4. The camp is free and available to students with 506 forms, lunch will be provided each day. This year our special guest will be Ramona Horsechief and we will sample cultural dishes along with our STEM learning and activities.


Session Dates & Times

  • June 3 & 4 (Thurs & Fri), 9am-1pm


Location

  • Will Rogers


Indian Education Summer Academy Point of Contact

Alison Black - ablack@stillwaterschools.com

Indian Education Cultural Camp (5th-7th Grade)

The annual Indian Education Cultural summer camp will be held Monday June 7 & Tuesday June 8 at Will Rogers Elementary. The camp is free and available to students with 506 forms. Breakfast, lunch, and snacks will be provided each day. This year our special guest will be Ramona Horsechief and we will sample cultural dishes. We will also have Native arts and crafts, as well as physical fitness activities!


Session Dates & Times

  • June 7 & 8 (Mon & Tues), 9am-1pm


Location

  • Stillwater High School

Credit Recovery (Grades 9-12)

The Credit Recovery Summer Academy offers SHS students the opportunity to make up credits that they need in order to meet their graduation goals. As each session consists of only 12 days of instruction, participating students must commit to regular attendance and a dedicated work ethic during the summer session.


2 Sessions

  • June 7 - 24, Monday - Thursday, (9am-12pm)

  • July 6 - 22, Monday - Thursday, (9am-12pm)

    • SPS will fill the June session first. The July session is not guaranteed and is dependent upon enrollment numbers.


Location

  • Stillwater High School

Courses Offered

  • ALGEBRA I PT. I

  • ALGEBRA I PT. II

  • GEOMETRY PT. I

  • GEOMETRY PT. II

  • ALGEBRA II PT. I

  • ALGEBRA II PT. II

  • PHYSICAL SCIENCE PT. I

  • PHYSICAL SCIENCE PT. II

  • BIOLOGY PT. I

  • BIOLOGY PT. II

  • OKLAHOMA HISTORY

  • US GOVERNMENT

  • US HISTORY PT. I

  • US HISTORY PT. II

  • WORLD HISTORY PT. I

  • WORLD HISTORY PT. II

  • ENGLISH I PT. I

  • ENGLISH I PT. II

  • ENGLISH II PT. I

  • ENGLISH II PT. II

  • ENGLISH III PT. I

  • ENGLISH III PT. II

  • ENGLISH IV PT. I

  • ENGLISH IV PT. II

Credit Recovery Point of Contact

Trent J. Swanson - tswanson@stillwaterschools.com

This course provides the students with 30 hours of classroom work and six hours of driving time. This will help students meet Department of Public Safety & Department of Education requirements. Program completers will have the permit test waived by the DPS. Program completers will receive a ½ credit. Curriculum covers safe driving rules, defensive driving skills, and basic car care.


Classroom Dates

  • June 7-17 (Monday - Thursday)

  • 8am-12pm

  • All classroom hours will be held at Stillwater Junior High School.

  • 6 Hours of driving instruction to be completed

Drive Times

Students are assigned a driving instructor who will work with students on a plan of action for small group driving schedules. All students MUST complete a minimum of 6 Driving Hours to be set up by their individual driving instructors prior to June 30th, 2021. Actual driving may begin on June 7th, 2021.


Attendance Policy

Students are required to attend each class and lab (driving time). Each unexcused absence will deduct points from the final grade. Summer school is a short intense instruction time frame; therefore, if you are planning a family vacation, work, etc., please do not enroll. You must be present on each instructional day. We will alter schedules only with advance notice to and approval of the program coordinator.


Requirements

All Students must:

  • Be at least 15 yrs. old by June 7, 2021

  • Qualify for at least the 9th Grade by Fall 2021

  • Be enrolled with SPS


Grading

The student will be graded on quizzes, tests, and homework assignments. Driving skills are a component of the final grade. Attendance and completion of the course is essential. Students who do not complete all classroom and driving hours will receive a final grade of (F). Standard grading scales are applied.


Tuition

The tuition for driver education is $275.00. Enrollment is limited and will not be processed until payment is received.

Driver's Education Point of Contact

Trent J. Swanson - tswanson@stillwaterschools.com