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KY/ Summit Learning Open House
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As schools navigate the current crisis, many recognize that now, more than ever, students need learning experiences that meet their specific needs and the social-emotional support of strong relationships with teachers. Looking ahead to next school year, Summit Learning is eager to partner with schools that are rethinking the way that they approach education. We offer a comprehensive academic program focused on connecting students to the learning experiences they need to master habits and skills necessary for success in life, and we partner with schools to ensure they have the tools and resources necessary to do this effectively. We have supported schools in all contexts (remote, hybrid, and in-person) during the COVID pandemic to drive towards academic and non-academic measures of success for their students. Summit Learning has worked with schools in Kentucky since 2016 and is excited to explore further partnerships in the state.

Interested in learning more? Sign up for our Open House - February 4th, 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM, where we’ll cover the key components of the program and hear the experience of current partners. See you there!

Testimonials from Some of Our KY Partners

As one parent from Royal Spring Middle School in Scott County, a Summit partner since 2015, shared, “More than just becoming a stronger student, my son has learned to not give up. He’s motivated to keep trying and to find ways to be successful. As a parent, I know how valuable these skills are going to be for him in high school, through college, and beyond. I’m watching my son learn how to be a lifetime learner, and I am thrilled.”
As teacher Brad Darnell from South Marshall Middle School in Benton, KY shared, “When the governor of Kentucky made the announcement to close the school building, my co-workers and I began preparing for non-traditional instruction. Through personalized learning and the utilization of the Summit Learning program, we knew our students understood self-directed learning, time-management, goal-setting, and perseverance.”
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