Summer is right around the corner and we’re pleased to share our elective credit plans for Summer 2021! D2 Center summer options are virtual this year; see course descriptions and requirements below. Please contact Director Greg Emmel with questions or to sign up (402-502-8534).
English Elective: Begins June 7…… Last day to complete the class is June 30
Offering a review and reinforcement of the standards and skills delivered in high school English courses, the curriculum provides students opportunities to develop skills of reading and analyzing nonfiction and fiction texts and film; writing and revising analytical, descriptive, narrative, and argumentative prose; engaging in active listening; conducting research; using sources for evidence; reviewing grammatical structures as needed; and building vocabulary. To earn a credit, students must complete 15 assignments accessed and submitted through Microsoft Teams. Students will be required to pick up materials and meet the teacher at the D2 Center on June 3 or 4 between 3 and 5 p.m.
Navigating Your Future: Begins July 6…… Last day to complete the class is July 24
Using a personalized approach, this course promotes development of a positive future identity by focusing on the student’s social, physical, mental, and financial health. Assignments address the topics of self-reflection and goal setting; improving social and physical well-being; financial literacy; and job skills and career exploration. Except for the job skills and career exploration assignments, which are completed with a D2 Center Career Navigator, all assignments are accessed and submitted through Microsoft Teams. Students will be required to pick up materials and meet the teacher at the D2 Center on June 30 or July 1 between 3 and 5 p.m.
- These courses are available to D2 Center students only: a D2 Center application must be completed before enrollment and consent forms signed if you are not already in the D2 Center program
- Classes are virtual. You will need to provide an email and cell phone number and have access to a device, the internet, and Microsoft Teams
- Although students can work at their own pace, a weekly Microsoft Teams meeting with the teacher and other students is required (mid to late afternoon)
- The classes require approximately 45 hours of work time; the successful completion of all assignments and tests is required
- Contact Director Greg Emmel to get signed up for one or both classes (402-502-8534; firstname.lastname@example.org)