Information for 2021 Summer Learning Programs

  • The 2020-2021 academic year was unlike any other.  Recognizing COVID-19 impacted many students and created missed learning opportunities, WS/FCS is launching a summer line up that aims to meet the educational recovery, social, emotional, and physical needs of students.  Each session is unique and different. Most programs are available for students entering kindergarten through 12th grade and are aligned with district and state goals for students whose learning was affected by the changes COVID-19 caused on this school year. 

    To find your child's summer program site and bus assignment/transportation information enter their student number in the box below. 

    Parents and students with more specific questions related to Summer Programs can see the FAQ's below or call the Summer Program Hotline at (336) 661-3128 from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Mon.-Thur., during the summer programming.

      Summer Programs FAQ

      • Who provides childcare and How much is childcare for the summer?

      • I signed my child up for private tutoring and would like my child to test on July 28.

      • How is enrollment being handled?

      • How are site assignments being determined?

      • What if my child is on the waitlist, how do I get my child on the waitlist?

      • How will promotions or retentions be handled?

      • How will testing be handled?

      • How will absences be handled?

      • Where's the transportation information?

      • Will breakfast and lunch be provided?

      • What else do you need to know?

      • Is childcare available during summer school?

      • Who are the Program Contact names for each of the Summer Programs?

      • What is the daily schedule for each of the Summer Programs?