Summer Learning - June 3-28, 2019

  •  Summer Learning

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    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