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Engaging Summer Courses for Middle Schoolers

4J teachers lead fun, enriching short classes for students entering grades 6–8

Program Details & Registration

Eugene School District 4J is offering fun and educational classes for middle schoolers to dance, climb, cook, sew and wrestle their way through the dog days of summer with their peers.

The district is offering free summer enrichment courses led by 4J educators, with nearly 30 classes tailored specifically for students entering grade 6–8.

The classes provide 4J middle schoolers with an opportunity to engage their brains and re-engage with peers in person over the summer with interesting subjects and creative activities.

Middle school summer courses span a wide range of topics including robotics, creative writing, court and net sports, track and field, dancing, sewing, art, t-shirt printing, fiber arts, band, event planning and management, culinary arts, mariachi music, wrestling, rock climbing and photography. In a patchwork quilt class, students will make quilts for St. Vincent de Paul’s emergency shelter for unhoused families.

The first classes start next week and others are scheduled throughout August. Courses range from 1 day to 3 weeks, with most running 3–5 days. Some of the initial list of courses have filled, while others are still accepting registrations.

The courses will be taught in person and are open to students who will be in grades 6–8 at a 4J middle school during the 2021–22 school year. Students may take courses offered at any location, regardless of which 4J middle school they attend. Register today!

Learn More

Middle School Summer Program Info & Registration
Summer Enrichment Offerings for All 4J Students

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