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    Below is a list of 2018 summer programs. Contact the program directly for information on registration.  Click here for contact information and a printable version.
Summer Programs Dates Times Sites Program Summary
English Learner (Refugee/Immigrant) & Title 1 CAMP INTERVENTION 6/18-7/03/18 (M-F) 8:30am-3:00pm Instructional Time Mariposa, Northridge, Whitney, Edison, Howe Serves up to 1000 1st-5th grade elementary Learners (Refugee/Immigrant/ Title 1/ ELL); Infusing English Language Development and Literacy into a Project Based Learning Enrichment program
High School English Learner Newcomer Program Session 1: 6/11-6/29/2018 (M-F); Session 2: 7/2-7/23/2018 (M-F) 8:00am-2:00pm Encina, Will Rogers Serves 30-50 secondary students who are English Learners; English Language Development support
PUERTAS (Long Term English Learners) 6/11-6/29/2018 (M-F) 8:00am-2:00 pm (6-10) - El Camino, Encina, San Juan Serving 120 incoming 6th - 10th grade, Long Term English Learners and newly reclassified students
Special Ed Extended Year 6/18-7/19/2018 (M-Th) Elementary 8:00am-12:00pm Secondary 8:00am-12:30pm (Autism Preschool) - Cameron Ranch, Garfield, Marshall;(K-5) - Cameron Ranch, RRC/Starr King,OVO; (6-12) - Del Campo; (9-12) - La Vista, Laurel Ruff, Del Campo Students recommended for Extended School Year via their IEP
Special Education - Home and Hospital 6/18-7/19/2018 (M-Th) TBD Individual Home Visits Serves Special Education students currently in Home and Hospital
High School Credit Recovery & Independent Study Session 1: 6/11-6/29/2018 (M-F); Session 2: 7/2-7/23/2018 (M-F) 8:00am-2:00pm (9-12) No incoming 9th graders; Will Rogers (Ind. Study) and Del Campo (Seat-Based Credit Recovery) Serves 1660+ students; Credit Recovery; Students at-risk of not graduating
Charter School Credit Recovery Session 1: 6/18-7/6/2018 (M-F); Session 2: 7/9-7/27/2018 (M-F) 9:00am-2:00pm Choices Charter School @ Billy Mitchell campus Credit recovery and acceleration courses; 1st priority - Choices Charter students; 2nd priority - SJUSD district students as space is available
High School Intersession (APEX) Intersession: 6/11-6/29/2018 (M-F) 8:00am-2:00pm (Incoming 10th-12th) - Comprehensive High School Sites Grade Improvement for students with D; Credit Recovery for students with F
Math Camp - Elementary 7/24-8/9/2018 (M-F) 8:30am-11:30am (Incoming 3rd) Grand Oaks, Kingswood, Whitney
Math Camp - Middle Years 7/24-8/9/2018 (M-F) 8:30am-11:30am (Incoming 6th graders) Arden, Barrett, Carnegie, Encina, Sylvan 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
Math Camp - High School 7/24-8/9/2018 (M-F) 8:30am-11:30am (Incoming 9th graders) - Bella Vista, Casa Roble, Del Campo, El Camino, Encina, Mesa Verde, Mira Loma, Rio Americano, San Juan High School based IM 1 intervention for incoming 9th graders to support students with C/D, 55-60 percentile in MAP
Foster Youth Support 6/18-7/27/2018 (M-F) TBD (9-12) - Choices Charter Foster Youth Credit Recovery based on referral from high school; Provided through Foster Youth Services located at Choices Charter school
Arts Explosion A Camp for Creativity Grades K-1 - 6/18/18 to 6/27/18 (M-F); Grades 2-8 - 6/13-6/27/2018 (M-F) 8:00am-12:00pm (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 (K-8); Fee-based: K-1 $190, Grades 2-8 $260
Bridges After School Summer Program Grand Oaks, Kingswood, Starr King 6/18-7/19/2018 (M-Th); Mariposa 6/18-7/3/18 (M-F) Grand Oaks, Kingswood, Starr King 12:00pm-5:00pm; Mariposa 3:00pm-6:00pm Grand Oaks, Kingswood, Starr King, Mariposa 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; 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
Camp Winthers 6/25-8/10/2018 TBD Camp Winthers Serving 800+ students; Environmental education program; Recreation includes hiking, swimming, boating, archery, campfires and skits; Fee-based
Discovery Club (ECE) 6/7-8/14/2018 7:00am-6:00pm 43 classrooms located on elementary campuses 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
Sports School 6/18-7/19/2018 9:00am-12:30pm San Juan Serving 30-60 students per site (ages 8-13); Fitness, individual and team sport activities; Fee-based: $245 per student; $75 sponsorship available to students from low-income families
Youth Culture and Leadership Program Various Grant funded
Camp Kinder 7/30-8/9/2018 8:30-11:30am Starr King, Dyer Kelly, Thomas Kelly For SJUSD students entering kindergarten 2018/2019 school year with no Pre-school or School experience; No transportation provided
Early Learning Academy (ECE) Year-Round 7:00am-6:00pm Billy Mitchell/Choices Full day preschool
First Five Summer Camp Academy (ECE) 6/11-7/6/2018 (M-F) 8:00am-12:00pm Ralph Richardson, Howe Ave, Dyer Kelly, Davie Center 96 students - Kindergarten Readiness
Early Head Start Infant/Toddler Programs Encina, Fair Oaks Annex, San Juan, General Davie Jr, Marvin Marshall, home visits Serves students ages 0-3 years old
Summer Fun Cafe TBD-1/25/18 TBD-1/25/18 All children 0-18 years of age receive a lunch for free
Immunization Clinic Call for dates Call for times San Juan Central Immunizations
White House Counseling White House Center Ongoing counseling and mental health services
UCAN 6/11-6/15/2018 8:00am-2:00pm Del Campo 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
Mesa Verde High School 9th Grade Transition Program 8/10-8/13/2018 8/10-8/13/2018 Mesa Verde Mesa's Learning Supports Team (LST) transition focus for incoming 9th graders is to increase student’s academic confidence,preparedness, and knowledge of transitioning to high school; program will assist with building community connections for incoming 9th grade students by working with their future teachers and staff in enriching, fun, student-centered rotations; students who complete the summer program will gain skills specifically on communication, decision making, and empathy
Last Modified on June 8, 2018