Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2021-06-16 06:30:00 –
Nashville, Tennessee (WSMV)-School districts in central Tennessee continue to make up for classroom time lost during the pandemic.
Michele Garuzzi, a middle school supervisor at Robertson County School, said:
RCS’s Summer Learning Camp enrolls more than 1,300 students in grade K-8 and approximately 200 students at high school level.
“In general, junior high school summer schools have about 50 students. There are about 300 this year. You can see the difference,” says Galluzzi.
In Clarksville-Montgomery County School District, about 20% of students participate in the school district’s summer program.
“”The program is designed based on the evaluation data. So we continue to evaluate our students. The two main focal points from grades 1 to 7 are mathematics and reading, “said Dr. Sean Impeartrice, CMCSS Chief Academic Officer.
Some programs end in July and the district says their efforts will continue until fall.
“We are confident that we will be able to reduce some of our learning losses next year. We are ready to teach the curriculum — and we will continue to look at those skill-based deficiencies,” said Dr. Impeartrice.
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