Virtual Summer Learning Opportunities

  • Webster Groves School District will once again offer virtual summer programming through Launch. Families will have a variety of enrichment and summer academies to choose from. There will be two sessions of summer programming: June 3-28 and July 8-August 2.

    Elementary students can sign up for an Enrichment Class in June centered on the central theme of The Olympic Tour. 

    Enrichment classes consist of:

    • 6 hours daily teacher-supported programming
    • One-on-one and small group support
    • ELA, Math, Science & Social Studies standards
    • Related arts and physical activity content
    • Virtual field trips and digital badging
    • Adaptive software access

    Elementary students can also sign up for adaptive Summer Academies (3 hrs. a day) in June and/or July. Summer Academies are:

    • Launch Into Reading
    • Launch Into Math
    • Launch Into Coding

    All provide:

      • Access to adaptive software
      • One-on-one and small group support


    Middle school students
    can sign up for Enrichment classes (3 hrs. a day) centered on a central idea in June and/or July:

    • Escape-students develop a digital breakout and escape room
    • Outdoor U-students learn about ways to thrive and survive outside
    • Tales from Mt. Olympus - fun activities centered around mythology
    • Mystery at the Museum - activities centered around science  

    Enrichment classes consist of:

    • Engaging topics designed to keep students learning all summer long
    • ELA, Math, Science & Social Studies standards embedded
    • Related arts and physical activity content
    • Adaptive software access

    Middle school students can also sign up for Summer Academies (3 hrs. A day) in June and/or July. Summer Academies consist of:

    • Launch Into Reading
    • Launch Into Math
    • Launch Into Coding

    All provide:

      • Access to adaptive software
      • One-on-one and small group support

    Middle school students also have access to Remediation, Strategic, and Extended Learning classes.

    • Remediation classes are focused on science and social studies and are designed to help students who need focused support in grade-level skills.
    • Strategic Reading and Strategic Math classes are focused on providing extra support with grade level standards.
    • Extended Learning Classes in Math and Reading are recommended for students identified as two or more grade levels behind, and provides one-on-one and small group support


    For more information, please contact Dr. Kris Denbow at denbow.kris@wgmail.org