Sign Up for Summer School

April 4, 2022

Families are invited to register their children for Sheboygan Area School District’s (SASD) free summer school program. Online registration opens on Monday, April 4 in Skyward Family Access. This summer’s program offers over 20 new Summer Adventure classes and over 85 different classes in total ranging from academics to the arts and everything in between for students entering 4K through 12th grade. New this year, parents can register online for the academic summer school options, as well as the enrichment courses.

Students entering four-year-old kindergarten (4K) can sign up for Tyke Tyme Junior, which includes games, crafts, outdoor activities and more at the Early Learning Center and Cleveland Elementary School.

Students can sign up for Tyke Tyme (Kindergarten - 1st Grade) or Tyke Tyme II (Kindergarten - 2nd Grade) offered at elementary schools throughout the district, where students participate in games, crafts, outdoor activities and more.

For elementary school students, Summer Adventures offers something for everyone with classes like Gross Science, Ping Pong, Disc Golf, Kids Yoga, Rocketry, and Coding. Courses are offered at elementary schools throughout the district.

Middle and high school students also have options like Beach Volleyball, Chess, Geocaching, variety of different sports offerings, and more.

Families will use Skyward Family Access to register for for summer school classes. Directions are posted on the summer school website.

All summer school courses are free. Course descriptions are posted online at

Watch for free summer swimming lessons offered through the Community Recreation Department as part of the SASD summer school program. More information about swimming lessons can be found starting May 3 on the Community Recreation Department's website at

Any questions about summer school can be directed to Kristin DeTroye, Summer School Coordinator, or Kim Williams, Summer School Secretary, at 459-3662.


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