Sherman ISD is excited to offer summer enrichment opportunities to keep our students engaged in summer learning and educational fun. By registering for these fun and affordable enrichment courses, taught by Sherman ISD teachers, your student's summer will be filled with several learning opportunities, fun, and enrichment.
Summer Enrichment Session Information
Dates: Session 1-June 3-13 & Session 2-June 17-27
Time: Monday -Thursday 9am-12pm
Location: Neblett Elementary 1505 Gallagher Dr, Sherman, TX 75090 (903) 891-6670
Session Cost: $40 Per class per session
Sherman ISD Summer Enrichment Sessions are open to all students in K-6 grade. To register for the upcoming summer enrichment sessions, complete and submit summer enrichment registration and medical release form to your home campus. Parents may register their student in person on Monday, May 20, 2019 at Neblett Elementary at 5:30pm-6:30pm. Registration will continue until all class sessions are full.
Summer Enrichment FAQs
How can I find out more about classes and who may attend?
All classes and times are listed on the course description pages and are available to students who have completed grades K-6 in Sherman, and the surrounding area communities. Students may register for one class per hour, for a total of three classes per session.
How much does it cost?
Each class will cost $40, a tuition fee that is non-refundable. This fee also covers any materials or supplies students will use in their classes.
Are breakfast and lunch included?
We will be offering free breakfast and lunch to our summer enrichment students. If families would like their child to take advantage of breakfast, students may be dropped off beginning at 8:30. Students who would like to stay for lunch need to be picked up no later than 12:30.
When can a student be dropped off/picked up? Is transportation provided?
Teachers will be available to monitor drop-off at the school each morning beginning at 8:45 am, and pick-up each afternoon until 12:15 pm. Students must be picked up on time. Transportation to and from the school will be entirely at the discretion of the parent/guardian.
What about medical needs, behavior expectations, and dress code?
There will not be a nurse on-site, so medical needs must be attended to by the parent/guardian. A Medical Release Form must be filled out at the time of registration. Students are expected to behave in a manner appropriate for learning, and repeated disruptions can result in removal from the program. Students are also expected to follow the Sherman ISD Dress Code, which can be viewed online on page 44 of the handbook.
For other question regarding the Summer Enrichment Program, contact Priscilla Burns at email@example.com