Center Line Public Schools in conjunction with the Macomb Intermediate School District (MISD) is offering a remarkable summer learning opportunity to the families of students who attend Wolfe Middle School. This FREE program is being offered to specially selected students based on 2017 winter NWEA test scores. Historical data has proven that the majority of students who participate in this program improve their NWEA score the following academic year.
The Center Line Summer Bridge program is designed to increase a variety of math, language arts, and science skills using technology-based, small group, and individualized instruction. Each academic session will run 3 hours per day. Contact John Grob to determine if your child is eligible to participate.
The program will run from July 10th to August 10th, Monday through Thursday, from 8:20 – 11:20 (1/2 day am), 11:20 – 2:20 (1/2 day pm) or 8:20 - 2:20 (full day).
The math program is a 60-hour course designed to identify student’s current misconceptions as they relate to mathematics. This session integrates engaging activities and uses computer software to strengthen students’ current understandings as well as retool their misconceptions. The program aims to cement each student’s conceptual understanding of fractions, decimals, percent, integers, proportional relationships, and basic algebra. These skills are all necessary to move fluidly through Center Line Public Schools rigorous math curriculum.
In addition to the mathematics program, a 60-hour language arts/science course will be offered. This program is designed to motivate students through real-life science-based investigations while explicitly focusing on reading comprehension, writing skills, and general scientific concepts.
Class sizes will be limited to 20 – 25 students.
We strongly encourage you to take advantage of this exciting and FREE opportunity. Please fill out the enclosed enrollment form and return it to Wolfe’s main office. Space is limited, so don’t miss out. Students will be placed in the program on a first-come, first-served basis.
John D. Grob
Summer Program Coordinator