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Area students offered Summer School and Kids Summer Learning Program

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With the return to the physical classroom, students from the Fall River area are being offered Somerset Summer School and the Somerset Kids Summer Learning Program.

According to Principal William Aguiar, the Somerset Summer School will be offering students who failed one or two classes over the course of the school year, to retake their classes in-person at Somerset Berkley Regional High School.

“We realize that online/hybrid learning was difficult for many students and at this point some students are frustrated and have given up. We want to encourage our students to keep trying, not to give up, and let us help you. We want you to do better in your schoolwork and to enjoy it more!”

The Summer School Sessions begins July 1 and runs through August 6. The first class runs 7:30 a.m. through 9:10 a.m. and the second class runs 9:20 a.m. through 11:15 a.m. For registration information, email aguiarw@sbregional.org or comfreyb@sbregional.org.

Aguiar states that you don’t need to be a Somerset resident to participate.

The 2021 Kids Summer Learning Center is offering Kids Kitchen the weeks of July 6-10 and July 12-16 with Mr. Randy Benevides, the Culinary Arts Department Head at Diman, and Mr. Mauricio Ossa, Culinary Instructor at Bristol Community College. This class runs 9:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. During the week students will learn the importance of following a recipe. Measuring of ingredients, kitchen safety, working with others, sanitations, nutrition, and preparing different recipes. Each class will be broken down into small groups allowing students to have a hands on opportunity to learn these practical kitchen skills and terminology. These new skills will help students to prepare dishes that they will sample in class. Register early, this class is very popular! For registration information, email aguiarw@sbregional.org or comfreyb@sbregional.org.

The 2021 Kids Summer Learning Center is offering a Coding And Building Your Own Video Game Console class, taught by Mr. Jay Duddy who works at Berkley Middle School. The class will take place the weeks of July 6 – July 9 from 9:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m., and August 2 – August 6 from 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Using raspberry pi technology, basic programming, and coding, your child will build a custom basic computer or video game console. Students will leave this class with basic knowledge of computer coding, programming their very own computer or video game console. For registration information, email aguiarw@sbregional.org or comfreyb@sbregional.org

The 2021 Kids Summer Learning Center is offering Engineering Skills I, taught by Mr. Joseph Ramos of SBRHS, the week of July 19-23 from 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Does your child have an engineer inside them? Do they want to have some fun this summer and find out? This summer, students will learn to use several hand and power tools and will be trained to cut, drill, and shape a variety of materials like wood, foam board, plastics and sheet metal. Safety glasses will be provided to all students. For registration information, email aguiarw@sbregional.org or comfreyb@sbregional.org.

The 2021 Kids Summer Learning Center is offering Creative Writing, taught by Mrs. Lauren Farinha of Joseph Case Junior High School, the week of July 26 – July 30. In this class, students’ imaginations will be enhanced while writing their very own creations. They will be able to make up fictional stories, write through zany writing prompts, and create their own ending to a favorite fairy tale. The class will bring together all lovers of writing for fun and an imaginative week of creating! For registration information, email aguiarw@sbregional.org or comfreyb@sbregional.org.

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