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Summer Enrichment at SE Randolph Middle

Summer Enrichment Redefines My Success! will provide transition support to rising sixth and seventh grade students at Southeastern Randolph Middle School through a positive summer week designed to create enthusiasm for the upcoming school year through community engagement.

Rising sixth and seventh grade students will be invited to participate in a summer experience offering academic and community engagement infused with team-building events, transition activities, student choice, and projectbased learning. The program will be offered for four separate four-day weeks, following a similar structure each week.

“Agriculture Monday” will be designed around neighboring Eastern Randolph High School’s awardwinning agriculture program. “Business Tuesday” will be held on the campus of Southeastern Randolph Middle School with a focus on community engagement and technology tools. “Health Sciences Wednesday” will be another off-site day, allowing exploration of many avenues to access health science fields. “Community Engagement Thursday” will offer students the unique opportunity to delve deeper in the area of their choice (agriculture, business, or health sciences), spending a day exploring their own community at a deeper level from a targeted perspective including three interactive stops throughout the day. The final day will culminate with presentations from students in a gallery walk format that will allow parents to observe the projects students completed throughout the week.

The camp experience will run 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. daily. Transportation to all activities during the day will be provided. Additionally, morning and afternoon door-to-door transportation will be provided for specific geographic zones throughout the four-week experience. Students will be provided a lunch and snack each day.

Funding will be provided through a combination of community sponsors, Career and Technical Education (CTE) funds, and local funds. Staffing will be a combination of CTE personnel, existing faculty of Southeastern Randolph Middle School, and additional faculty from other middle school sites, as needed.

Marketing and recruitment efforts will include parent information sessions scheduled as follows: 

  • Southeastern Randolph Middle School Parent Session: February 27 at 6:00 p.m.  
  • Coleridge Elementary School Parent Session: February 28 at 6:00 p.m.  
  • Franklinville Elementary School Parent Session: March 1 at 5:30 p.m.  
  • Ramseur Elementary School and Liberty Elementary School Parent Session: March 2 at 6:00 pm at Ramseur Elementary School

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