Summer Session Dates: June 5 - June 30
Enrollment Deadline: May 5, 2017
Students are enrolled on a first come first served basis
- Current Raytown School District students click here to enroll. You must fill out every field for each student in your family, even if you mark that no, they will not attend summer school. Students marked no will not be placed in summer school classes.
- Click here for online registration instructions.
The Raytown C-2 School District provides a summer program for every student free of charge. This program is designed to give all students a “Smart Start” to the fall semester. Smart Start is a fun, interactive, educational program for students entering kindergarten through 12th grade in the fall of 2017. The program is designed to help students maintain the skills they acquired during the regular school year and help them obtain new skills for the following school year. In addition to mathematics, communication arts, and either science or social studies, students K-8 will engage in a variety of exploratory courses. Students who will be enrolled in grades 9-12 can earn first time credit, recover credit, or learn more about a particular topic during the summer. For most courses, high school students can earn a ½ unit of credit for successfully passing, and their course grade contributes to their overall high school GPA.
Raytown Middle School students will attend Raytown Middle School (7:55-2:55)
Raytown Central Middle School students will attend Raytown South Middle School if they are in the attendance area of Blue Ridge or will attend Raytown Middle School if they are in the Norfleet or Robinson attendance areas (7:55-2:55)
Raytown South Middle School students will attend Raytown South Middle School (7:55-2:55)
Enrolling in the Correct Smart Start Grade Level
Students should enroll in the grade level they will be entering in the Fall of 2017. For example, a current 5th-grade student will enroll in Smart Start 6th Grade.
Routes for summer school will be available by logging into the transportation infofinder on the district web page after May 19, 2017. No additional routing will be done after the May 5th enrollment deadline.
All meals will be free for students during Summer School 2017. Lunch and breakfast will continue to be served in accordance with current USDA nutritional guidelines. Students will still have the opportunity to purchase a la carte items. A la carte pricing can be found in each café and can be located on the Raytown Food Service web page. Charges will not be allowed during Summer School for a la carte purchases.
Summer School Curriculum
6th-8th Grade Smart Start Students will attend engaging core classes where they make connections to a variety of interesting texts, engage in hands-on mathematics modules, and inquire into the world of science or social studies. Students will explore a variety of fun-filled elective courses.
Broadway Beat The Musical
Sixth Grade Art
Are You Smarter than a 7th Grader? (Debate)
Eighth Grade Art
Go Digital!-Uses digital cameras!
You be the Jury!
Students who meet academic, discipline, and attendance requirements may be recommended to enroll in Advanced 7th Grade Science or 8th Grade Geography and 8th Grade Communications. Advanced 7th Grade Science during the summer is a prerequisite for students who wish to enroll in Advanced 7th Grade Science during Fall 2017. Students are allowed to miss only one day of the summer session. Additionally, students must earn at least a C to enroll in Advanced 7th Grade Science in the fall. Successful completion of this entire course will enable students to take Physical Science for high school credit their 8th-grade year.
Eligible students entering 8th grade in Fall 2017 can enroll in Geography and/or Communications for High School credit. Each class will meet ½ day at both middle schools. Enrollment in Advanced Courses is limited. Students will be accepted on a first come first served basis.
Communications, Geography, and Advanced 7th Grade Science are half-day classes. If a student chooses not to enroll in another half day class, his/her parent will be responsible for transportation at mid-day.
IMPORTANT: Because the 8th-grade advanced classes count for high school credit, students must attend at least 60 hours to receive credit. Grades earned in these classes will be recorded on the student’s high school transcript.