The CRUSADER QUEST Summer Learning Program is underway!

The Crusader Quest Summer Learning Program is underway!

Classes for elementary students are being held at Lincoln Elementary. WMS and WHS at their respective buildings. The purpose is to keep students engaged during the summer to fill in gaps in learning that may have occurred over the pandemic.

The curriculum is a mix of reading and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Math) and fun! The summer learning program also includes some PBL (Project Based Learning) activities and field trips! The WMS students, with Mrs. Kristin White, recently constructed rafts or boats out of straws, foil and tape. The idea was to build one that would hold more pennies than anyone else’s. Mrs. Darla Carroll’s class at WHS recently visited the Chisholm Trail Museum and are now working on podcasts. Also at WHS, Mrs. Linda Rausch’s class worked in their individual areas of interest. Mrs. Cathy Shuck (pictured) @ Lincoln Elementary and her first graders explored the different pronunciations for the letter “H” after some fun activities outside, and Mrs. Daphne Adams had some fun with the students learning to “tell time.”.

Some students attend only the morning sessions (8:30-11:30), some only the afternoon sessions (12:00-3:00), and some, both sessions (8:30-3:00). SESSION 1 runs through July 2nd. SESSION 2 July 5th – July 30th.

Author: Steve Sturgis

Steve graduated from Wellington High School in 1974 and then Wichita State University (with honors) in 1979 with a B.S. Degree in Administration of Justice; his minor was in Sociology. Steve has held several positions ranging from Juvenile Court Service Officer, to District Manager in Circulation at the Wichita Eagle, Q.A. Planner at Boeing, Caregiver, Psychiatric Technician, Limo Driver, Ranch Hand, Photographer, Webmaster and Website Developer and a die hard Crusader Fan since the early 1960's. Contact the ole boy at shs74@wellington.cc or on Facebook or at any Crusader event year-round.