Clayton Summer Programs 2022UPDATED: MAY 2022
Clayton Summer Academy (CSA) 2022 - For students entering grades nine through 12, CSA will be housed at Clayton High School. Registration for CSA classes will take place concurrently with the CHS registration process for the 2022-2023 school year. Click on the Clayton Summer Academy tab on the left to see the 2022 brochure.
Credit acquisition and credit recovery opportunities will be conducted in person at CHS starting on June 6. Credit acquisition classes will follow an A/B day schedule with synchronous classes in person at CHS every other day. On the opposite day, students will be provided asynchronous work and will not attend in-person learning.
Credit recovery classes will meet on a daily basis for synchronous work at CHS for 90 minutes. Students will also be assigned asynchronous work to be completed at home later in the day.
Students who would prefer to take online classes exclusively will be taught online by CHS teachers in one weekly synchronous virtual meetings. Time will depend on the class and class duration should be about one hour. They are online and all instruction is asychronous.
To register for CSA or the Launch program, CLICK HERE. All summer registration materials are DUE BY MARCH 7.
Registration for the online courses for Clayton Summer Academy is now closed.
CSA Program Director - Dr. Paul Hoelscher
Wydown Summer Academy - ***Registration for the 2022 Leadership Academy is still open, but registration is closed for the Math courses.
The School District of Clayton offers several opportunities for students entering grades 6-8 to continue growing personally and academically. From our Leadership Academy to our new Math Lab experience, students and their families have options for summer learning while making connections to other Clayton students.
Click on the “Wydown Summer Academy” tab on the left to see the 2022 brochure.
WSA Program Director - Dr. Christopher Petty
Elementary Summer Academy
Elementary Summer Academy (ESA) is an academic summer program designed to maintain and reinforce reading, writing, and math skills for selected Clayton students entering grades 1-5. ESA class sizes are smaller than the traditional school year, enabling staff to provide more personalized instruction. ESA teachers use a project-based learning approach that allows students to develop multiple academic and social emotional skills in hands-on, creative experiences.
Click on the “Elementary Summer Academy” tab on the left to see the 2022 brochure.
ESA Program Director - Yorba McQueary
Online learning opportunities, for both enrichment and remediation, are available this summer. Students who prefer a virtual option can enroll in Springfield Public School District's LAUNCH program. Please note that a student cannot participate in both in-person Clayton instruction (ESA or WSA) and LAUNCH through Springfield Public Schools. Click on the LAUNCH tab on the left side of the screen to learn more.
We encourage families to visit the Center of Clayton's website for future recreational opportunities in 2022.
Browse through the presentation below to read through all the amazing offerings: