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2024 Summer School for Grades 9-12

Registration: May 28th – 30th - Secondary complex cafeteria. You MUST have a parent/legal guardian present for registration. We will register from 8:00 am – 2:00 pm those days.

Summer sessions dates: Session I – June 3rd -7th & June 10th – 13th

Session II June 17th – 18th, 20th – 21st & 24th – 28th & Session II – August 12th – 15th & 19th – 22nd Time: 8:00 AM-2:00 PM

Some trips may be on Fridays as well. Some days will be longer if students are doing work outside of the classroom.

Students need to be in attendance and complete all work requirements in specific classes to earn credit. Credit needs to be completed during the summer sessions of June and/or August. The amount of credit a student earns during summer school depends on the student's willingness to complete the required work expectations and be in attendance for class(es).

Questions – contact Shelly Fredriksen @ 218-679-3733 X1215

We have some trips planned (limited number of students per/trip) for the summer and students who attend and complete work before, during and after the trip will have it count toward credit in different subjects: English, math, science, social studies, electives (college and career and woods).

Trips that groups will be going to include:

Trip one: Traverse des Sioux home, Mankato Execution Site/Reconciliation Park: & Minnesota History Center, Treaty of Mendota site, & Fort Snelling Historical Site/Prison Camp

Trip two: Challenge Course Team Skill Building and Entrepreneur Interview & Evergreen Fun Park Entrepreneur Interview Trip three: Itasca State Park – Headwaters of Mississippi- Omashkoozo-zaaga'igan (Elk Lake) & Giiwedinong Museum- Treaty Museum located in Park Rapids, MN.

Trip four: Blackduck to bowl, Fargo for a baseball game (FM RedHawks)

Trip five - Tour Red Lake Government Center & Red Lake Small Businesses, Wells Technology, Owamni Restaurant, Global Market & Indigenous Food Lab, 3M Tour of the 3D lab, General Mills, MN Govt. Capitol, Tour Red Lake Nation College – Minneapolis Campus, Tour one of the colleges in the Twin Cities area, Mall of America Aquarium & MN Twins game.

Trip six – Science Museum of Minneapolis, Como Zoo, Planetarium - Bell Museum, Valley Fair, & Guthrie – Little Shop of Horrors

Trip seven – August session - Sandy Lake Tragedy memorial site, Great Lakes Aquarium, SS William A Irwin ship tour, Bong Center – WWII museum, Superior, WI, Canal Park walk - see lighthouse & aerial lift bridge,

Trip eight - Ponemah Boys & Girls Club, Red Lake Boys & Girls Club, State Fair

*** trip destinations are subject to change***


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