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Garces Memorial plans to offer in-person summer school for grades 5-12

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Students Jayla Ralls and Erin Rowley work on a lesson in Nubia Sierra's sophomore theology class in St. Dominic Chapel on Nov. 18.

Garces Memorial High School announced that it plans to offer in-person summer school this year for grades fifth through 12th. 

Garces Memorial Summer School will offer 10-unit courses approved by the Kern High School District in math, English, social studies and Spanish, as well as five-unit courses in computer applications and health. There will also be non-credit courses in art, summer reading and athletics for high school students.

For students in grades fifth through eighth there are two two-week sessions available. There are core academic classes like math and English but also CSI: Forensic Science, robotics, art or athletic camps.

COVID-19 protocols will be followed including mandatory mask-wearing, temperature checks, social distancing and classroom sanitizing after every period.

Registration for summer school begins April 5, and classes begin June 21. Contact Steve Garcia for more information at sgarcia@garces.org.

To register, visit the Garces Memorial Summer School page at  https://garces.org/academics/summeratgarces/.