Summer Learning - June 3-28, 2019

  •  Summer Learning


    Due to summer construction at Gateway STEM High School, all Summer Learning Programs from Gateway High will take place at Central Visual and Performing Arts High School.


    The Elementary Enrichment Site at Mallinckrodt is at capacity and no more student applications will be accepted.


    Online Registration is now CLOSED - Parents may register their students at the summer school site.

    To request to be added to an existing bus stop please contact the First Student.

    First Student Routing Department - 314-389-2202 between the hours of 6:00 AM and 5:30 PM.

    General Questions:

    The Objective of Summer Learning

    Summer Learning provides quality learning programs focused on improving student learning as measured by student achievement. Parents/guardians are invited to observe the instructional process at their child’s school. The effectiveness of the 2019 Summer Learning Program will be assessed by a pre-test and post-test administered to students in grades 3 and 4 as required by SLPS and Senate Bill 319. 

    Who Attends Summer Learning?

    • Elementary students in grades 3-4 who qualify for services under Senate Bill 319
    • Any P4-8 (rising K-9) student who needs or wants additional summer learning opportunities
    • Any P4-5th (rising K-6) student performing at or above grade level who applies for and is accepted into an enrichment program
    • Students with IEPs who are eligible for extended school year services and eligible special education pre-kindergarteners
    • High school students who need academic credits to make up courses in order to graduate
    • Any rising 9th grader who wants to earn high school, elective credit

    Elementary and Middle School Summer Learning

    • Intensive Literacy Academy:  Designed for students entering K-9 next school year who need extra support in reading, the academy will include a daily literacy component with guided reading, writing and independent reading.
    • Extended School Year (ESY):  For students who have been identified through their Individualized Education Plan (IEP). Contact: 314-633-5344
    • Summer Enrichment Program:  Students entering grades K-6 next school year who perform at or above grade level may apply for this enrichment program. Contact: Your child’s principal.
    • Kindergarten Readiness Program:  Designed for P4 students entering kindergarten in August 2018 who need extra support, this program focuses on social, emotional and academic readiness.

    High School Summer Learning

    • End of Course Academy: This program is an intensive, intervention program for students who are having difficulty successfully completing Algebra 150 and/or World Literature. All identified and notified students must attend all days to receive credit.
    • 8th to 9th grade Transition: This program is designed for 8th graders going to 9th grade, who wish to take two high school classes for elective credit.
    • Credit Recovery Academy:  Students may use this opportunity to makeup credits lost from non-completion of coursework during the regular school year. Contact: Your child’s principal
    • Extended School Year (ESY):  For students who have been identified through their Individualized Education Plan (IEP). Contact: 314-633-5344
    • Pre-AP/ACT Program:  This program is designed for students who plan to take AP courses in the fall for elective credit. Contact: Dr. ChanTam Trinh, 314-367-9222, ext. 44109 or