Summer break no longer means the end of classes for Shelby County Schools’ students. This summer, more than 8,000 students in kindergarten through 5th grade will have opportunities to strengthen their reading, math and STEM skills at the new Superintendent’s Summer Learning Academy.
The program will take place at 26 elementary schools throughout the district from June 12-July 21.
Hundreds of parents have already registered their students for the academies, which will feature daily academic lessons and some exciting field trips. All meals will be provided free of charge and before-care and after-care will be available.
— David Brown, KQ Communications