Office of Education offers enriching summer programs

The El Dorado County Office of Education is excited to announce the second annual Summer Enrichment Experience ( SEE).

This summer school opportunity is designed for middle school students who are interested in taking enrichment classes this summer. This summer’s course offerings include Astronomy, All things Internet, Creative Writing, Conversational Spanish, Drama, Human Figure Drawing and Our Local History. The program is intended to be a unique summer program that allows for academic and creative discovery.  Also, it is a great way for the participants to meet other students who share similar interests.

Classes begin June 20 and run for one week, Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 3p.m. Both morning and afternoon sessions are available to students who are entering sixth, seventh or eighth grade at $175 for the week (includes two courses).

Complete registration information will be available at local middle schools and on the EDCOE webpage, edcoe.org. Registration deadlines will run until May 27.

For more information contact Lisa Laird at [email protected] or at (530) 295-2415.

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