Below is a list of 2017 summer programs. Contact the program directly for information on registration.
Program Contact Dates Times Number of sites Sites Summary information High School Credit Recovery Independent Study Monica Flores 971-7160 Nancy Zavoda 971-7160 Session 1: 6/15-7/7/2017 (M-F) 15 instructional days Session 2: 7/10-7/28/2017 (M-F) 15 instructional days 8:00am-2:00pm 1 CR 1 IS (9-12) No Incoming 9th Graders Will Rogers (Ind. Study) Del Campo (Seat Based Credit Recovery) - Serves 1660+ students - Credit Recovery - Students at-risk of not graduating - Visit High School Counselor for application Intersession (APEX) Contact Student Home School Intersession: 6/12-6/30/2017 (M-F) 15 instructional days Times Vary by High School 9 (Incoming 10th) - Comprehensive High School Sites - Site based IM 1 for incoming 10th graders - Grade Improvement for students with D - Credit Recovery for students with F Booster Contact Student Home School 6/19-7/20/2017 Mira Loma (M-Th) 6/13-7/13/2017 Del Campo (M-Th) 7/10-8/3/2017 Encina (M-Th) 19 instructional days Times Vary by High School 9 (Incoming 9th) - Comprehensive High School Sites - High School based IM 1 intervention for incoming 9th graders to support students with C/D/F, <55 percentile in MAP Extended Year (Special Ed) Dayle Cantrall, 971-7525 Transport Dispatch, 971-7744 6/19-7/20/2017 (M-Th) 19 instructional days Elementary 8:00am-12:00pm Secondary 8:00am-12:30pm 8 (Autism Preschool) - Cameron Ranch, Garfield, Marshall, Skycrest (K-5) - Cameron Ranch, RRC/Starr King, Skycrest (6-8) - Del Campo (9-12) - La Vista, Laurel Ruff, Del Campo - Students recommended for Extended School Year via their IEP Home and Hospital Sp Ed Students Only Susan Best 971-7017 6/19-7/20/2017 (M-Th) 19 instructional days TBD vary Individual Home Visits - Serves Special Education students currently in Home and Hospital Foster Youth Credit Recovery Sandra Butorac 971-7017 6/19-7/28/2017 (M-F) 30 instructional days TBD 1 (9-12) - Choices Charter - Serving foster youth who are provided with temporary shelter at CRH - Foster Youth Credit Recovery provided at Choices by referral from high school Jump Start - High School 17/18 School Year Contact Student Home School 7/24-8/3/2017 (M-Th) 8 instructional days Times Vary by High School 9 (Incoming 9th) - Comprehensive High School Sites - High School based IM 1 intervention for incoming 9th graders to support students with C/D, 55-60 percentile in MAP Jump Start - Middle Years 17/18 School Year Contact Student Home School 7/24-8/3/2017 (M-Th) 8 instructional days TBD (3 hours per day) 17 (9 MS & 8 K8's) Incoming 6th @ each MS and K8 site - Tier III Math Support for identified incoming 6th graders (MS and K8). Teacher PD will be a 1 day/6 hour training during week of July 12th EL Transitional Skills Martha Quadros Linda Andersen 971-5382 ELD through content areas. Newcomers, Beginners Session 2: 7/10-7/28/2017 (M-F) 15 instructional days 8:00am-2:00pm 1 (9-11) - Del Campo - Serves 30-50 secondary students who are English Learners - English Language Development support PUERTAS Program for LTEL (Long Term English Learners) Martha Quadros Elena Soto-Chapa 971-5382 6/12-6/29/2017 (M-F) 14 instructional days TBD 4 (6-10) - Mira Loma, Encina, El Camino, Del Campo - Serving 160 incoming 6th - 10th grade English Learner 1st-4th (Refugee/Immigrant) Martha Quadros Linda Andersen 971-5382 6/19-7/14/17 (M-F) (no school on 7/3-7/4/17) 18 instructional days 8:00am-8:50am Teacher PD 9:00am-12:00 noon Instructional Time 4 Dyer Kelly, Starr King, Skycrest, Greer - Serves up to 200 1st-4th grade elementary Learners (Refugee/Immigrant) - English Language Development through Science Title I 1st-5th Summer Learning Opportunities Wanda Shironaka Virginia Pagliaro 979-8049 6/19-7/14/17 (M-F) (no school on 7/3-7/4/17) 18 instructional days 8:00am-8:50am Teacher PD 9:00am-12:00 noon Instructional Time 4 Dyer Kelly, Starr King, Skycrest, Greer - Serves up to 280 Title I incoming 1st-5th Grade students in Fall 2017 - Incoming 1st-3rd Grade Students: Project Based Learning through Science - Incoming 4th-5th Grade Students: Coding/Robotics with Project Based Learning thru Math, P.E. and Arts Program Bridges After School Debbie Timpson 971-5933 6/19-7/20/2017 (M-Th) 19 program days 12:00pm-5:00pm 3 Grand Oaks, Skycrest, and Starr King K-8 - Serves up to 320 students - Summer enrichment program with a focus on hands-on activities that reinforce 21st Century skills - Organized recreation activities - A $30 registration fee and a $30-$50 participation fee are due upon enrollment into the program. The participation fee is determined using a sliding scale and is based on the students' free/reduced lunch eligibility. Scholarships are available by calling Debbie Timpson at 971-5933. ECE First Five Summer Camp Academy David Pascoa 971-5952 6/13-7/7/2017 Staff 8:00am-12:00pm Students 8:30-11:30am 4 Ralph Richardson, Howe Ave, Dyer Kelly, Davie Center - 96 students - Kindergarten Readiness ECE Discovery Club Patti McMinn 971-5975 6/12/2017-TBD 7:00am-6:00pm Various 43 Classrooms in various sites throughout the district - Serving 1400+ students - Enrichment curriculum with extended learning that is enhanced by basics of the Common Core State Standards - Certificated, experienced teachers - Activities will include science, art, literature, math, outdoor activities, field trips, and more - Summer theme "Study of the 50 States" Camp Winthers Michelle Zanetta 971-7577 TBD TBD ? Camp Winthers - Serving 800+ students - Environmental education program - Recreation includes hiking, swimming, boating, fishing, archery, campfires and skits Arts Explosion A Camp for Creativity Laurel Lyda 979-8641 Grades K-1 - 6/19-6/28/2017 8 instructional days Grades 2-8 - 6/14-6/28/2017 (M-F) 11 instructional days 8:00am-12:00pm 1 (K-8) - Will Rogers Grades K-1: 20 students, Grades 2-8: 80 students - Music, Art, Dance & Drama every day, customized curriculum for every grade level, Camp T-Shirt and all materials included - Culminating themed performance: Nature. (K-8) - Fee-based: K-1 $190, Grades 2-8 $260 Sports School Nancy Zavoda (916)971-7163 6/19-7/20/2017 (M-Th) 9:00am-12:30pm 1 Bella Vista HS - Serving 30-60 students per site (ages 8-13) - Fitness, individual and team sport activities Summer Fun Cafe Nutritional Service 979-8966 June 19 to July 14 - Greer Elementary and Dyer Kelly Elementary June 19 to July 20 - Starr King K-8 and Skycrest Elementary June 15 to July 28 - Del Campo High School Greer and Dyer Kelly: 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Starr King and Skycrest: 10:45 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. Del Campo: 7:30 a.m. – 8:00 a.m. AND 10:45 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. 5 Greer Elementary Dyer Kelly Elementary Starr King K-8 Skycrest Elementary Del Campo High School http://nutrition.sanjuan.edu/index.php?page=summer&sid=3009112138120382 Tech Services - Coding/Robotics Camp Tami Pfau 971-7808 6/12-6/22/2017 (M-Th) 8 instructional days 8:00am-12:00pm 1 Del Campo TBD - #CSforALL The goal of the summer Computer Science programs is to expose students to computational thinking skills through computer science (programming ? robotics). - Fee-based program, $250 per student - Grades 6-12 Virginia Pagliaro 979-8049 Tami Pfau 971-7808 6/19-7/14/17 (M-F) (no school on 7/3-7/4/17) 18 instructional days 8:00am-12:00pm 1.5hrs CompSci/1.5hrs Math 4 Dyer Kelly. Starr King, Skycrest, Greer Title I students: grades 4-5 - #CSforALL The goal of the summer Computer Science programs is to expose students (and their teachers) to computational thinking skills through computer science (programming ? robotics). - See Title ref for # of students and demographics Camp Invention STEAM Program K-8 Kristan Schnepp 971-7873 Project Invention (5-7 gr.) 6/19-6/23/2017 (M-F) 5 instructional days Camp Invention (K-4 gr.) 6/26-6/30/2017 (M-F) 5 instructional days 8:30am-3:30pm 1 Sylvan MS - First priority will be given to Title 1 students - By the end of the program students will have completed the Engineering design cycle four times as evidenced by the completion of each invention and will have increased their excitement of science and of scientists. - Students will be engaged in the learning process as evidenced by 80% of participantss attending all 5 days of the program. 250 Students Breakthrough Nina Mancina 971-7218 TBD TBD 1 Sacramento Country Day School - College support program begiining in middle school with summer/year round tutoring for academically motivated, low income students - District scholarships for 10 students per year (CCRBG funded) Academic Talent Search 5 weekly sessions (gr. 4/5) starting 6/19 3 1-week session (gr. 6/9) starting 7/10 2 3-week sessions (gr. 6/9) starting 6/19,7/10 1 5-week session (gr. 6/9) starting 6/26 1 California State University, Sacramento - Enrichment program on college campus focused on students meeting or exceeding grade level standards, including GATE identified students - Current 4th through 9th grade students are eligible to take the ATS Qualifying Exam (intermediate for 4/5, advanced for 6-9) - Testing is offered at area public and private schools as well as on the Sacramento State campus Local Library Programs http://www.saclibrary.org 6/1 - 8/15/2017 All county libraries Reading by Design - theme for the summer reading program. Sign ups, beginning May 1st, can be done online or in person.Focus is on reading for fun. Participants will be awarded prizes for the number of books read. Grand prizes this year include Lego robotics kits and building toys/games to go along with the theme. UCAN Gloria Ervin 979-8771 6/12 - 6/15/2017 9:00am-3:00pm 1 Mesa Verde High School Summer bridge program designed for incoming 12th grade students from all high schools who participate in United College Action Network. The summer retreat provides students an opportunity to create college portfolios in preparation for the HBCU recruitment fair in September. Teens 4 CHANGE Gloria Ervin 979-8771 8/25-8/27/2017 3:00pm - 7:00pm (next day) 1 Chico State College Students participants of Teens 4 CHANGE from all high schools will participate in annual summer leadership and empowerment training. Girls Who Code Teri Munger K-14 Pathways - Regional Technical Assistance Provider 484-8021 10 weeks Tuesdays 5:30-7:30pm 1 American River College FREE coding class for max 25, 11th and 12th grade girls: - 1.5 hrs./week of faculty led "Girls Who Code" programming class - Weekly presentations by women in business - encouraging our girls to stay in STEM, showcasing local career opportunities and post -secondary paths to get to these jobs - Pizza dinner - Each girl will be able to take home a Chromebook for the semester
Last Modified on April 12, 2017