Summer SOLE 2022:

Summer Opportunities for Learning Engagement & Experiences

 

SOLE

What is Summer SOLE?

Summer SOLE is all about engaging students and staff in fun and exciting learning experiences. At Summer SOLE you will:

· Build self-esteem, confidence, and a positive self-worth​

· Integrate content learning with hands-on, real world, experiential learning​

· Seek to understand local history, appreciate the natural resources of our community, and actively engage in problem-solving and environmental conservation

· Partner with WVU’s Energy Express to build literacy skills through arts, drama, and vocabulary

· Recoup core learning and received targeted intervention specific to each child’s needs

Additionally, students at Webster County High School's Summer SOLE can:

· Earn credits in Physical Education, Health, and Driver’s Ed

· Explore college and career options in WV

· Juniors and Seniors can recover credits from failed courses

Who can attend?

Students entering Pre-K-12th grade are encouraged to attend. A special program called Kinder Camp is available for students entering Pre-K and Kindergarten.

When is Summer SOLE?

The program runs daily Monday-Friday for six weeks. Program dates are Tuesday, June 21st- Friday, July 29th. Sixth graders transitioning to Webster County High School will have a special week-long "transition camp" the last week of the program (July 25th-29th). Summer SOLE teachers will be in contact closer to the start of the program with additional details about all of the activities and events encompassed in the Summer SOLE program. 

What is included?

All students will be served free breakfast and lunch.  Webster County Schools will provide transportation along main routes to all school locations. Everything you need to participate in the program is included at no cost; all you need to bring is an enthusiastic, ready-to-learn and have fun attitude.

What programs are available?

Glade Elementary- Summer SOLE partnered with Americorps & WVU's Energy Express, KinderCamp (PreK-6th grade)

Hacker Valley Elementary- Summer SOLE (Kindergarten-8th grade)

Webster Springs Elementary-Summer SOLE partnered with Americorps & WVU's Energy Express, KinderCamp (PreK-6th grade)

Webster County High School-Summer SOLE, credit recovery, PE, Health, & Driver's Ed for initial credit (7th-12th grade) *Learn more about how to earn credit for Driver's Ed by scrolling to the bottom of this page.

How do I sign-up?

Register at the link below or snap the QR code to fill out an application.  

https://forms.office.com/r/fdG7vRQ5i6

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Summer SOLE Driver's Education Program

What are the requirements for enrolling in Driver's Education?

  • Students must be at least 15 years old and have a learner's permit or operator's license when the session begins on June, 21st.

  • Space is limited to 16 student participants.

    • Preference will be given to seniors, then juniors, and then sophomores until the slots are filled.

  • Students must attend all scheduled sessions.

    • All absences must be pre-approved by the instructor.

    • Two absences will result in an automatic withdrawal from the course.

What does the Summer SOLE Driver's Education schedule entail?

Students will attend either a morning or afternoon session every Monday for course work. Students will sign up for a driving slot at the Monday session. This is mandatory.

Monday Session Times

  • Morning session: 8:00am-11:00am

  • Afternoon session: 12:00pm-3:00pm

Students will sign up each Monday for their weekly driving slot. There will be no one-on-one instruction. Students will be paired or grouped with a minimum of 2 and maximum of 4 students. There will be preferred student groups determined by location. This will allow students to be picked up and drive together (Hacker Valley, Webster Springs, Camden-on-Gauley, etc.). This will make travel arrangements easier for families.

Weekly Driving Slots

  • Tuesday 8:30-11:30 OR 12:00-3:30

  • Wednesday 8:30-11:30 OR 12:00-3:30

  • Thursday 8:30-11:30 OR 12:00-3:30

  • Friday 8:30-11:30 OR 12:00-3:30

Can I hold a summer job and still enroll in Summer SOLE Driver's Education?

Although there are specific requirements, listed on this page, that must be completed, we have tried our best to include flexibility so that students can work and participate in Summer SOLE Driver's Education. Students must attend either the morning or afternoon session on Monday of each week for the mandatory instruction and coursework. Students will choose one of the eight driving times available each week during the Monday session. Students do not have to choose the same driving slot time each week.

What does Summer SOLE Driver's Education coursework entail?

Course work will consist of, but is not limited to, the same standards for Driver's Education offered during the school year and includes:

  • Highway license requirements

  • Traffic laws

  • Responsible ownership

  • Driving procedures and maneuvers

  • Factors related to youthful driving

  • Physical and mental impairments

  • Other highway users

  • Different environments and conditions

Course work will include the instruction given during the Monday in-person sessions in combination with student work and assignments that must be completed outside of class.

How do I sign up for Summer SOLE Driver's Education?

The Summer SOLE Driver's Education enrollment is included as an option in the regular Summer SOLE application. You can complete the application online by clicking the link below or scanning the QR code at the top of this page.

https://forms.office.com/r/fdG7vRQ5i6