Elementary Summer School is an intervention program focused on ELA and Mathematics with a heavy focus on small groups and differentiation. The purpose is for students to review and re-learn key grade level concepts so that they will be more prepared for their next grade level. Students will also work on grade-level writing, reading, and speaking skills through art, PE, and enrichment courses.
English Language Development
Identified elementary students who are English Learners have the opportunity to take an English Language Development class to bolster their skills in reading, writing, speaking, and listening in English to prepare them to take and pass the English Language Proficiency Examination of California (ELPAC) and support them in their studies. This class is designed for students at the lowest levels of English proficiency.
Participation in both of the above programs is by invitation only.
Attendance is mandatory and students may be dropped if they miss three days or more of instruction. Three tardies are equal to 1 absence. If a student accrues 9 or more tardies (9 tardies = 3 absences) they are subject to being unenrolled from summer school. Tardies and absences will be combined and if they equal 3 or more absences (2 absences plus 3 tardies, or any combination thereof) a student is subject to being unenrolled from summer school.