The 2013 Summer session meets Monday through Friday, 8:30 to 11:30 AM, June 3 through June 26, 2013. The Summer session is intensive with a strict timeline;
thus, students who are absent for more than three of the 18 days of Summer School will be dismissed with no refund of fees or credit awarded. Registration and
payment deadline is April 1, 2013 for 1st semester courses and May 29, 2013 for 2nd semester courses. If you have questions, please contact Bob Gladfelter, Summer
School coordinator, at 339-4100. Click here for more information.
Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library's Summerfest 2013
Registration for TSCPL's Summerfest Reading program begins April 1, and the reading begins May 22! Each school that has 25% or more students
participate will receive free books and a trophy. For more information, or to sign-up, click the link below.
The Auburn-Washburn School District is pleased to announce openings in the district-wide, half-day, four year old preschool programs located
at Pauline Central, Auburn Elementary, Farley Elementary, and Wanamaker Elementary schools for the 2013-14 school year.
This is a free program designed to prepare children to succeed in district Kindergarten programs. Free transportation may be provided to
students who live in the Auburn-Washburn district. A one-time $25 tuition payment is required for the school year.
Applications are available at each Auburn-Washburn elementary school, or Shuler Education Center, located at and 53rd Street and Wanamaker
Road. Students must be four years old by August 31, live in the Auburn-Washburn School District, and meet one of the following eligibility
- Evaluated and has a delay in development
- Primary language is other than English
- One parent was 19 or younger at child's birth
- Single parent family
- Referral from SRS for this child
- Parents are migratory agricultural workers
- Qualifies for free school lunch program
For more information about preschool programs, contact Jill Gratton at (785) 339-4039.
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