MSDWC offers a variety of summer programs for students completing Grades 7 - 11.
Virtual class / Driving in person
Driver's Education will be offered to any MSDWC student that is age 15 or older. The training is provided through The Driving Center. The cost is $375.
Visit www.thedrivingcenteronline.net to register. Click the Register Now button and you can complete up to 50% before it comes to a stop, if you have not made any payment by that point. This is a great time to knock out the online portion of Driver Education.
The total cost of Driver Education is $375 for the 30 hours of classroom and 6 hours of behind the wheel instruction with a certified instructor.
In order to obtain a learner’s permit, you must be at least 15 years of age and enrolled in a driver education class. Once you either pay the $100 deposit or the full $375, we would issue the CDE (Certificate of Driver Education Enrollment) form to take to the BMV to obtain the Learners Permit. The drives will be done locally by Mrs. Marianne Milam and Mr. Dave Martz among others.
If you have any questions please feel free to call 765-640-0973 or email email@example.com.
May 31 - June 23
- Time: 8:00 - 11:00 am
- Tuesday/Thursday: NHS
This online learning will be for students who are recovering credits because of repeating a course or those that are interested in pursuing additional core courses. At least 15 students are needed to form a class to receive reimbursement. Seats will be based off of availability and priority as it relates towards graduation. All Northfield students will report on May 31 and June 2 at Northfield. Those students taking Edmentum for credit recovery will be required to attend two days a week and can do so at either location. All final exams must be scheduled to be completed by June 23. There is a $40 technology fee. Transportation will not be provided.
Indiana Online Academy
June 6 - July 17
Online learning provides flexibility for students to earn high school credits. There are a wide variety of courses that are offered through IOA. Students may take a course that MSDWC does not provide, such as AP courses. Students may also take a course that may allow flexibility in schedules to fit in other MSDWC courses. These must be approved by administration. Summer School fees for IOA will be paid by the district. Otherwise courses usually cost $275. All exams can be taken within the course without a proctor.
Supervised Agriculture Experience
The Supervised Agriculture Experience Program (SAE) will begin with a day of ONLINE classroom instruction for all students on May 26 (or the first day of summer break). The instruction will cover the development of each student’s SAE project, record keeping procedures, the students involvement in leadership activities and community service projects, date planning for SAE visits for each student, as well as the discussion of the SAE field trips.
This program is open to any student in Grade 8-11. Each student will be visited at least once. The initial visit to each student will be conducted during the week of June 6 - 13. These visits will include an overview of the preliminary record keeping for the project and setting goals for each individual student. The initial visit may be completed as a zoom or phone call with the student and their employer or parent.
During the weeks of July 18 and July 25 the second SAE visits will be conducted. If possible, some of these will occur at the Wabash County Fair. These visits will include an assessment of the record keeping thus far and a review of the goals to be accomplished by the student. Also, SAE students will be encouraged to assist with the booths at the County Fair to help fulfill their community service requirement. They will also be required to help with fair cleanup that Northfield, Southwood, and Manchester High Schools have agreed to help with.
Additional field trips will be scheduled if possible. These field trips will count towards SAE hours and will be educational agriculture business and farms.
At the conclusion of the summer SAE students are required to submit the “SAE Worksheet,” a calendar with their 180 hours and two digital photos of their SAE. The students will also be encouraged to complete a Proficiency Application. This application will be judged against other FFA members in the district.
To register, students should contact Mrs. Myer, Agriculture Teacher.