LHS Summer School

June 24, 2021
Monday – Thursday: 8am – 3 pm
Session 1 – June 14 – July 1
Session 2 – July 12 – July 29
Session 3 – Aug 2 – Aug 19
Breakfast & Lunch provided

LHS Summer School Registration Form (English)

Registración 2021 de la escuela de verano de LHS

If you have questions about summer school you can contact the LHS Summer School Coordinator, Ms. Lisa Jordan-Zornow at 541-451-8555 x1018 or email  Lisa.Jordan-Zornow@lebanon.k12.or.us

Session 1 Courses available (June 14 – July 1)
Period 1  8:00am -10:00 am & Period 2 10:15 am-12:15 pm
Credit recovery for Language Arts, Math, Global Studies 9/10.
Elective credit for Warrior Support, Technical Theater, Cadet Teaching, Band/Music, Distance-learning Technology credit, Robotics (during week 3-no credit)

Period 3  1:00pm-3:00 pm
Golf (no credit)

 

Session 2 Courses available (July 12 – July 29)
Period 1  8:00am -10:00 am & Period 2 10:15 am-12:15 pm
Credit recovery for Language Arts, Math, Global Studies 9/10.
Elective credit for Warrior Support, Technical Theater, Summer Theater-Acting, Cadet Teaching, Band/Music, Distance-learning Technology credit, Computer Science (during week 2-no credit), AP Studio Art Workshop (no credit)

Period 3  1:00pm-3:00 pm
Credit recovery for Language Arts
Golf  (no credit)

Session 3 Courses available (Aug 2 – Aug 19)
Period 1  8:00am -10:00 am & Period 2 10:15 am-12:15 pm
Credit recovery for Language Arts, Math, Social Studies 10-12.
Elective credit for Warrior Support, Technical Theater, Summer Theater-Acting, Cadet Teaching, Band/Music, Distance-learning Technology credit

Period 3  1:00pm-3:00 pm
Credit recovery for Language Arts
Golf  (no credit)

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Elective Course Descriptions

Technical Theatre – Stagecraft
Credit: .50 EL
Description: Technical Theatre will focus on the building blocks of theatre including set design, costume design, and stagecraft. With a focus on the physical elements of theatre students will slowly work on sets, costumes, lights, and sound in conjunction with Summer Theatre for a one act play.

Summer Theatre – Acting
Credit:  .50 EL
Description: Summer Theatre will focus on improvisation, character study, and becoming comfortable on stage. Students will work through monologues, dialogues, small group scenes and eventually work with Technical Theatre to produce a one act play.

Summer Band
Credit: .50
Description: Mr. Smith is offering a summer band course for students. This course will be open to all students with no experience needed. New students will learn how to approach an instrument and develop technique that will allow them to perform with other music students. Students with band experience will be given the opportunity to enhance their musical skills, teach others how to learn their instrument or learn a whole new instrument. Students can pick between a brass instrument, a woodwind instrument or a percussion instrument with limited options in guitar, bass or drumset. During this summer session students will learn how to perform in the style of pop/rock/blues and may have the opportunity to put on a performance of the music they work on.

Warrior Support
Credit:  .50 EL
Description: Students will be working on making up missing credits in various classes and as time allows, work on transition activities such as driver’s permit test, job apps/resumes, personal finance and functional cooking. There may be some field trips to job sites and other various places as well.

Cadet Teaching
Credit: .50 EL
Description:  Cadet teaching is offered to junior and senior students who have an interest in pursuing a degree in teaching or who want to expand their knowledge for work in education, the medical field or social services. This class explores the social, emotional, physical and cognitive development of children as well as analyzes the different learning styles and educational theory. Cadet teachers will also be given the opportunity to work in the elementary classroom and perform a variety of teaching-related tasks including curriculum development and small/whole group instruction and management. This hands-on and often off-campus class requires that the cadet teacher be responsible, dependable, possess good communication skills and maintain a good work ethic.

Adventures in Robotics
Credit: None
Description: Use the VEX robotics system (vexrobotics.com) to explore the design and building of a simple robot. During the course of the week you will use gears, wheels, motors, nuts, bolts and many other things. We will end the week with a friendly robot competition! This adventure is offered in collaboration with FIRST Robotics Competition team 1359, the Scalawags.

Adventures in Computer Science
Credit: None
Description: Explore a number of technologies that are inexpensive and change the way we create and solve problems. Based on the interests of students attending the camp, we will cover some or all of these: 3D design and printing, using a Raspberry Pi, building a working simulation in the Unity game engine, designing a simple mobile app, or even creating a basic digital circuit.

AP Studio Art Workshop
Credit: None
Description: This week-long workshop is to better understand the structure of the AP Studio Art class for the coming year. We will work on possible art themes that students will be able to further explore in the fall and spring. We will also discuss and experiment in various types of mark making and painting techniques. The goal is for students to feel more confident in tackling an AP studio art class but also creating more original artwork by exploring more individual ideas and influences.

Distance Learning Technology
Credit: .50 EL
Description:  Show off all the new skills you learned during distance learning.  Take an assessment of your knowledge of Canvas, Gmail, and Zoom and earn elective credit.