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SUMMER SCHOOL INFORMATION

 

Note : All classes are tentative and contingent on adequate enrollment. 

If a class is cancelled, a full refund will be issued.

Vending machines with snacks, drinks, and microwavable foods

are available throughout the summer. 

Students who are attending a morning and afternoon session are

advised to bring a packed lunch.

Dress Code – Casual khaki shorts/jeans, tennis shoes, t-shirt.


 

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SUMMER ASSIGNMENTS

 

 

Class space is limited.  Enrollment will be confirmed via email upon receipt of payment.

Each course costs $175 and includes a $20 non-refundable processing fee. 

Attendance is required each day unless excused (illness or family emergency) as determined by the Associate Principal.  Absences may be reported via email to camps@sjjtitans.org.

One unexcused absence and two excused absences will forfeit credit. 

 

For questions or additional information, please email camps@sjjtitans.org or contact your school counselor.

 

Fine Art – Pottery

0.5 Credit  

June 6-July 1

Time8-11     

Open to students in all grade levels and artistic abilities.  This course will complete a semester of a Fine Arts requirement.  All students must complete two semesters of Fine Arts credit prior to graduation at most schools.

 

Modern World Studies class is full

0.5 Credit 

June 6-July 1 

Time: 8-11        

A one-semester course that will study world history from the European Enlightenment through World War II. In addition to history the course will use various perspectives including geography, economics, government, and the behavior of people and societies.

Physical Education – (60 hours)

0.25 Credit        

June 6-July 31   

Time9-12     

The course meets the state physical education requirement for one or two semesters of credit. Credit will be given based on the hours committed to the fitness program (60 hours = 0.25 credit).  The course focuses on three major categories; physical fitness, development of motor skills, and knowledge of physical education principles.  Each student will follow an individualized physical education/fitness plan while using the state of the art equipment in the Lyden Center.

 

Speech –  CURRENT SJJ STUDENTS JUNIOR AND SENIORS ONLY

0.5 Credit     

June 1-June 21          

Time8-11     

 

Students will learn the basics of public speaking, with special emphasis on eye contact, posture, and projection.  They will present a Reading, an Informative Speech, an Audio-Visual Aids Speech, and a Persuasive Speech.  Group Discussion will also be covered, and impromptu speeches will be practiced.  Open to current juniors and seniors only.

  

 

Note: All classes are tentative and contingent on adequate enrollment. 

If a class is cancelled, a full refund will be issued.

Vending machines with snacks, drinks, and microwavable foods

are available throughout the summer. 

Students who are attending a morning and afternoon session are

advised to bring a packed lunch.

Dress Code – Casual khaki shorts/jeans, tennis shoes, t-shirt.