EUGENE, Ore. -- Students enrolled in 4J high schools for the next academic year can sign up for free summer courses taught on-site by 4J teachers, according to district officials.
Currently 18 summer intensive courses are scheduled, and more courses may be added throughout the spring. The offered courses span a wide range of topics including woodworking, stop motion animation, Native American art and culture, financial literacy, and engineering design, district officials said.
Most courses are open to students who will be in grade 9–12 at a 4J high school in the 2021–22 school year, but some are limited to selected grades, 4J said. Most courses will be taught in person in July and August.
Students may enroll in one course at any location, regardless of which 4J high school they attend, the district said. Enrollment is limited to a single course to ensure there is enough space for other interested students. High school credit is offered upon successful completion, according to school officials.
The district said it can provide students with a loaned laptop and help with internet access, if needed.
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