Summer School Worlds of Wonder

Registration for 2018 closes on Wednesday, May 30. No further registrations will be accepted after that date for either session.

NEW! Please see below for important welcome information about classroom assignments, safety tips and school procedures.

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2018 Worlds of Wonder offers students a unique opportunity for summer learning and fun. Our summer program emphasizes creativity and critical thinking in a challenging and rewarding environment.

Skill building classes are available for students who need to reinforce basic skills in math and reading/language arts over the summer. Enrichment classes are offered to provide stimulation, variety, and many unique, creative, and hands-on experiences for students.

Two morning classes are offered during each session:

  • Session 1 -- Tuesday, June 5 - Friday, June 22
  • Session 2 -- Monday, June 25 - Friday, July 13 (no school Wednesday, July 4)

The tuition for each 14-day class is $130 if paid on/before April 15 for children who reside in District 64; non-District 64 residents may not register before April 16 and must pay an increased tuition rate.

Select classes using grades completed in June 2018.

Students completing Grades K-3
at Washington School

Complete course booklet
NEW! Important Welcome Information (room assignments, travel, etc.)

Students completing Grades 4-7
at Lincoln Middle School

Complete Course Booklet 
NEW! Important Welcome Information
(room assignments, travel, etc.)

Crossing Guard Information
If your child is walking or riding a bike to summer school, please help your child plan the safest route prior to the first day of class. Crossing guards will be stationed at: Belle Plaine and Greenwood, Western and Touhy, Western and Crescent, Western and Stewart, and Western and Talcott. Crossing guards will be at their stations at the beginning of the school day from 8:15-8:45 a.m. and at the end of the school day from 11:25-11:55 a.m. Crossing guards are only available mid-morning between classes 1 and 2 at two stations: 1) Western and Stewart and 2) Western and Talcott. Crossing guards will be at these two stations only from 9:50-10:20 a.m. Reminder: Bicycle helmets are required and bikes should be locked. 

Financial Assistance for Basic Skill-Building Classes
If your child meets the criteria of "academically at risk" in reading, you may be eligible for financial assistance for Six-Week Classes. Please contact the Student Services Department at 847-318-8714 for more information. This assistance is only available for currently enrolled District 64 students.