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District 88 shares important information about summer school registration

Pictured is Dr. Adam Cibulka, District 88 Director of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment.

While it might be difficult to think about the upcoming summer months with the cold and snow around us, Addison Trail and Willowbrook are already in the process of planning for summer school and the upcoming 2018-19 school year. The course selection process includes individual and small-group meetings with our students to align the courses they will select based on college/career goals, graduation requirements and student interest.

Part of the course selection process is a discussion with students about summer school options. This year, District 88 will offer a variety of summer school classes from June 4 to 29. Those classes focus on helping students earn credit to stay on track for graduation, as well as provide an opportunity for students to take more courses that count toward graduation. Students who were not successful in their graduation-requirement courses are automatically enrolled in our computer-based or teacher-led credit recovery program. Students looking to get ahead in earning credits are able to participate in courses such as Public Speaking and Communication, Consumer Management, Accelerated Geometry, Driver Education or Economics. The deadline to register for summer school is April 20.

Along with the traditional summer school offerings, District 88 also provides two unique programs for students.

  1. Advanced Placement (AP)/college-level class preparation: This is a weeklong course for students who are interested in participating in AP classes to help them prepare for and succeed in AP. This course is available to incoming freshmen and current District 88 students, and it is highly recommended for students who have not taken an AP class.

  2. STEM Camp: District 88, along with its associate elementary districts (Addison School District 4, District 45 and Salt Creek School District 48), will once again offer a STEM Camp for middle and high school students. This will be the third summer for our STEM Camp, which allows students to work on coding and robotics skills. Participants will create apps for Android devices, as well as program robots to perform specific functions. More information on how to sign up for the STEM Camp will be provided to students this spring.

For details about the above programs, contact the Addison Trail Guidance Department at 630-628-3324 or the Willowbrook Guidance Department at 630-530-3421.

We are proud to provide an experience for students to not only receive extra time and practice to recover credits, but also to allow them to expedite their earning of specific credits and to advance their learning in the STEM areas of coding and robotics. For questions or more information, please feel free to contact me at acibulka@dupage88.net or 630-530-3993. Thank you for your continued support of District 88.

DuPage High School District 88
2 Friendship Plaza Addison, IL 60101
Phone: 630-530-3981 Fax: 630-832-0198
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