In addition to its virtual summer school, Ypsilanti Community Schools is now offering a new online summer learning program.
The K-12 program is open to all district students for non-credit who want additional math and literacy projects. The self-directed projects, which include a book reading challenge and math projects three times a week, are designed to provide academic structure to students during COVID-19. Dr. Carlos Lopez is the district’s assistant superintendent.
Assistant Superintendent Lopez: Routines are very very important for young people, and so, in essence this gives them an opportunity to not be disconnected when they come in the fall, they have a smoother transition.
The program will be available through July 30th. Registration is through the district’s website.
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