San Juan Unified is committed to providing summer learning and enrichment opportunities for our students. While planning is still underway for many programs, several are now accepting registration, including those below.
High school parents/guardians interested in credit recovery over the summer for their student should contact their student’s school counselor.
For more information on summer programs, visit www.sanjuan.edu/summer. This webpage will be updated over the next few weeks with new opportunities.
Summer School Math Camp
This program is open to incoming 3rd, 6th and 9th-grade students. The camp will focus on growth mindsets, where students will be encouraged to grow their brains and mathematical thinking through positive messages and reflection about learning math. Math Camp is also designed for students to work on open tasks to build collaborative skills and push their thinking beyond grade-level standards. Teams will work together to complete and present a project.
This camp will run for two weeks, from July 19 - July 30, Monday through Friday from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. at several locations across the district. Visit www.sanjuan.edu/mathcamp for details.
Camp Invention is a nationally recognized nonprofit summer enrichment program for students entering first through 8th grade (at Title I schools) that is inspired by the brightest thinkers around - the Inductees of the National Inventors Hall of Fame. Camp Invention offers students varied opportunities to expand their problem-solving and innovative skills and strategies through real-life problem-based learning activities.