Fuel Education™ today announced it is partnering with Missouri’s Grandview R-II School District to provide a comprehensive online summer school solution for 7th through 12th grade students across the state.
Beginning early next month, students can opt to enroll in a course to get ahead, to take on an added challenge, or to recover credit. Grandview R-II will offer students the option to enroll in any course from the FuelEd™ Online Course catalog, including more than 180 standard, foundation, credit recovery, AP®, world language, and elective courses.
Summer school courses are free of charge to students currently enrolled in any Missouri public school district. Students who live in the Grandview R-II School District will participate in the program through a blended learning environment. Students who are located in any of the more than 160 other school districts throughout the state will participate in a fully online environment. There are two sessions available to students:
June 5-30, 2014 – The registration deadline is May 16, 2014
July 1-31, 2014 – The registration deadline is June 2, 2014
Registration information can be found on the Grandview R-II School District website.
The summer school program will be taught by Grandview School District teachers and Fuel Education teachers, who are certified in the state of Missouri and trained to deliver online instruction.
FuelEd Online Courses have been designed based on education research, and are aligned to state and national standards, including the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). They feature a multimedia format with interactive elements that accommodate auditory, visual, and kinesthetic learning styles. Whiteboard illustrations, manipulatives, practice games, and videos help to keep students engaged and motivated to learn. Interactive tutorials help illustrate complex concepts more clearly. Courses also include formative and summative assessments that provide ample practice with feedback.