Dear Bruins and Bruin Families,
Brookings-Harbor High School is excited to announce an opportunity for continued learning this summer at no cost to you.
8th-11th grade students have a rare opportunity to earn additional credits by taking a class over the summer. This will allow you to make room for electives next fall or to shorten your senior schedule.
Academic classes will be offered via Edgenuity: June 14th – July 22nd (Teacher support Mon-Thurs by appt.)
Community Art Class
June 14th – July 1st, Monday-Thursday, 8:15-11:15am AND/OR 11:45am-2:45pm
This summer art-making opportunity will center around painting a mural in the student commons area. The mural will be a panoramic, brightly colored landscape image of our oceanfront from McVay Beach to Harris Beach. Students will work as a team to fill in the large “paint by numbers” sections with the appropriate colors. Artistic skills are a plus, but not required. We will find a creative task to fit your artistic skill-set! COVID safety precautions will be maintained by students & staff. The course may be taken for fine arts elective, community service hours, or to meet junior EA project requirements.
June 14th - July 1st AND/OR July 6th – July 22nd, Monday-Thursday, 8:15-11:15am AND/OR 11:45am-2:45pm
Gardening class will inform and educate students about various techniques that will assist students in their ability to grow produce on a large scale, using organic methods and materials; to learn to identify and resolve common problems/challenges associated with gardening/farming including, but not limited to, pest and disease identification and remedying, use of common natural deterrents or attractants, and determining how best to grow specific plants in the perspective environment.The course may be taken for fine arts elective, community service hours, or to meet junior EA project requirements
Strength & Conditioning
June 14th - August 5th Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday 4:30-6:30pm
Strength and Conditioning class is designed to give students the opportunity to learn fitness concepts and conditioning techniques used for obtaining optimal physical fitness and prepare athletes for their upcoming sports seasons. Students will benefit from comprehensive weight training and cardiorespiratory endurance activities. Students will learn basic fundamentals of strength training and conditioning with the focus on safety and proper technique. The course may be taken for general elective credit.
Students who participate in continued learning will have access to:
- Google Meets with a BHHS Instructor for Edgenuity classes
- A District Issued Chromebook if taking Edgenuity classes
- Grab-n-go Breakfast and Lunch to be picked up at the cafeteria
Please email Holly Battleson, counselor, (HollyB@brookings.k12.or.us) to sign up for these exciting summer learning opportunities.
If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Shaun Bavaro, Summer School Coordinator