The Eastern Pulaski School Board approved summer school offerings for this year. Superintendent Dr. Robert Klitzman said depending on enrollment, the corporation will offer physical education.
“It’s a great time to have PE,” explained Klitzman. “With a three-hour block, you do so many more things. You don’t have to worry about the class bell ringing after 50 minutes and you don’t have to worry about getting sweaty and going into an algebra class, which kids don’t like necessarily. It’s in the summer, it’s in the morning and you get it over with.”
For the second year, government will be offered to the senior class.
“We have started offering a section of it in the summer, primarily online. It’s with our own teachers with a minimal amount of class time and everything else is done online. This can be done at the student’s convenience. We offered it last year and it went very, very well so we’re going to offer it again,” said Klitzman.
If high school students need an English or math credit, those will be offered through the Indiana Virtual Academy which is an online program.