Summer Programs

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2022 Summer Programs Information Page
Please click on the links in the menu to the left to find details about specific summer programs. Please see the Frequently Asked Questions document HERE.
Intervention Summer School is by invitation only and is intended for students who are not currently meeting grade-level standards and/or who are deficient in credits.
Extended School Year (ESY) is for students who have an Individual Education Plan (IEP) and have qualified to attend ESY. Students in grades Preschool - 12+ may attend ESY. Please contact your student's case manager if you have questions about ESY qualification. 
Enrichment Summer School is an opt-in program for any student who would like to participate in extended learning opportunities during the summer. Many of these opportunities are at no cost to PUSD families. Some enrichment opportunities do require a fee. Fee waivers are available for income-qualified PUSD families. Fee-based programs may be attended by any student from any school district. 
Extended School Year (ESY) Location - Harvest Park Preschool
K-5th Grade Location - Alisal Elementary School
6th grade through 12th Location - Amador Valley High School
Enrichment Summer School Locations Vary by Program

COVID Precautions and MASKING UPDATE (Effective 6/3/22)

Weekly home testing

All summer school students will be provided with at-home test kits. Please test your student for Covid at least once weekly, EVEN IF THEY DO NOT HAVE SYMPTOMS.. Your student will receive a test kit on the first day of school.


Testing when sick

If your student has any of the following symptoms, THEY MUST STAY HOME WHILE THEY HAVE SYMPTOMS, TEST THE DAY AFTER SYMPTOMS BEGIN  and again 1-2 days later, even if back in school. Wear a mask indoors at least until receiving a second negative test result after having symptoms (masks are required at all times in summer school, for all students).

  • Symptoms of COVID-19 that require testing include: sore throat or scratchy throat, fever, runny nose, congestion, cough, difficulty breathing, headache, loss of taste or smell, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, unexplained fatigue, and/or unexplained muscle or body aches.
    • Please be aware that it often takes several days after symptom onset to test positive and that your first test may be negative.  You may test positive several days later after the virus accumulates in your body.

Follow these instructions to report home test results.

If you need additional test kits, they will be available at your school office.



Effective Friday, June 3, 2022 at 12:01am, the Alameda County Public Health Department (ACPHD) requires masks to be worn indoors in public places, regardless of vaccination status. This new Health Order applies to individuals participating in summer school and summer camps. For more information, please review the ACPHD press release

All summer school and summer camp participants will be required to wear a mask, covering both the nose and mouth when indoors. Public Health officials recommend more protective masks such as KN95, KF94, and N95, not a cloth or paper mask.