Middle Bridge: 8:45 a.m. - 1:45 p.m.

  • Located at Federal Way High School, Middle Bridge is designed for next year’s 6th grade scholars.  The program is by invitation only due to limited space.  Program activities include:

    Invention Project.  Scholars make friends, develop self-confidence, and strengthen self-expression through engaging, hands-on team challenges that merge invention and entrepreneurship.  Scholars learn and practice 21st Century Skills such as teamwork, communication, and collaboration as well as financial literacy.

    LitCamp.  Scholars participate in literacy and vocabulary-building activities designed to improve reading fluency and comprehension while exploring the themes of belonging, friendship, confidence, hope, courage, kindess, and curiousity.

     

    If you would like to enroll your scholar in MIDDLE BRIDGE, follow these steps:

    1. Ask your scholar’s principal if your child meets program requirements.
    2. If so, complete the program registration form available from your scholar’s school.
    3. Give the completed registration form to the office by May 31.
    4. Space is limited and filled on a first come basis.
    5. If you have questions, contact your school’s principal, office manager, or interventionist.

Secondary Steam Career: 8:45 a.m. - 1:45 p.m.

  • SECONDARY STEAM CAREER:  8:45 a.m.—1:45 p.m.

    Located at Federal Way High School, STEAM CAREER is designed for incoming 7th—10th grade scholars.  The program is by invitation only due to limited space.  Program activities include:

    Invention Project.  Scholars learn the business of innovation, from prototype to product launch. Through high-energy, hands-on activities, participants turn ideas into inventions, and find out how to bring those inventions to market.

    Robotics with Sphero.  Scholars take on the challenge of programming, accomplishing tasks, and completing projects with a sphere that is a robot—Sphero!!

    Visual & Digital Arts.  Scholars learn that art is more than what you see in a museum or a book.  Art is what you can envision and produce with a variety of tools, including computer software!

    Food Sciences.  Scholars put on a chef hat and mix up a variety recipes.  In the process, they learn about the science of food and its interactions with humans, the environment, and other foods.

    High School 101.  Incoming 9th grade scholars learn how to navigate high school, decipher the language of transcripts, learn & practice AVID (Advancement Via Individual Determination) strategies to support academic success in high school. 

     

    If you would like to enroll your scholar in STEAM CAREER, follow these steps:

    1. Ask your scholar’s principal if your child meets program requirements.
    2. If so, complete the program registration form available from your scholar’s school.
    3. Give the completed registration form to the office by May 31.
    4. Space is limited and filled on a first come basis.
    5. If you have questions, contact your school’s principal, office manager, or interventionist.

Federal Way Public Schools 2019 Summer Learning

  • Federal Way Public Schools provides summer learning opportunities by invitation due to limited space to scholars who qualify.

     

    Overview

    Grade Level

    Summer Program

    Next year’s 1st—5th

    Elementary STEM

    Next year’s 1st—5th

    Elementary ARTS

    Next year’s 6th

    Middle Bridge

    Next year’s 7th—10th

    Secondary STEAM Career

    Current 9th—12th

    Credit Recovery

     

    • No cost to scholars or families
    • All programs meet Monday through Thursday
    • June 26 to July 25
    • Breakfast, lunch, and transportation are provided. Bus stops and times will be provided the week of June 17
    • Routes will also be posted @ fwps.org beginning June 21