Summer school back up to speed in Fredonia

Village, NOSD partner to offer variety of activities as pandemic lockdown eases
Ozaukee Press Staff

The Village of Fredonia and Northern Ozaukee School District are offering an expanded schedule of summer classes and other activities for youngsters.

The seventh annual summer park program will begin Monday, June 21, and run until Friday, Aug. 13. 

The program will run from noon to 4:30 p.m. Mondays through Fridays, except July 2, at Stoney Creek Park, 134 Fillmore St. 

Due to the coronavirius pandemic, last year’s program was condensed to four weeks as opposed to the customary eight-week program.

“We weren’t sure how it was going to go, but the Village Board felt that it was important for the kids to be able to get together outside and have fun,” Village Clerk Sandra Tretow said.

“We did not have any field trips, but we still had a great turn out.  We were very pleased.”

The program will be supervised by trained leaders. For parents who have children attending summer school at Northern Ozaukee School District, busing will be available to transport kids to the park right after school is finished for the day.

For those who would like to learn more about the program, there will be an open house from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, June 14, at the Fredonia Fire Station meeting room, 201 S. Milwaukee St.

The fee for the entire program is $200 for village residents and an extra $100 for each additional child. Proof of residency is required.

For nonresidents, the cost is $250, plus $150 for each additional child. 

Fees can be paid at the open house or when registration forms are submitted.

Registration forms are available on the village’s website at For more information, call Village Hall at 692-9125.

The Northern Ozaukee School District is offering summer courses for children in 5K through eighth grade.

Registration was due May 21, but officials said parents can call Ozaukee Elementary School if they still want to include their children. 

Ozaukee Elementary School Principal Lynn Kucharski said the courses are designed for students who may need additional skill building and learning support during the summer. 

There will also be enrichment courses for elementary and middle school students that include fiber arts, board games focused on problem solving and relationship building, and STEM-based courses focused on science, technology, engineering and math.

The summer program also includes classes in activities such as softball fundamentals, volleyball and yoga.

The district is providing other classes that focus on writing computer codes and designing video games. There will also be a course in environmental reading that allows youngsters to explore various problem-solving techniques.  

The entire course catalog can be found by visiting

For more information, call Kucharski at 692-2404 ext. 201 or email



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