The district provides opportunities for selected students to participate in one of our five summer programs designated to meet particular identified needs.
CAPPS (Coordinated Arts Program for Primary Students) welcomes identified incoming kindergarteners to a program designed to develop social readiness and enhance academic skills. For more information on CAPPS, click here.
The Literacy Support Program for Primary Grade Students targets incoming second and third graders and provides instruction through the district’s balanced literacy model with reading, writing and word study skills integrated into each student session. Click here for more information.
Metamorphosis is a middle school program for selected incoming sixth and seventh graders that focuses on developing communication skills, improving peer relationships and interactions, and developing a positive self-image. For more information, click here.
The ESY (extended school year) program is for identified students in preschool through eighth-grade as part of their individualized education plans.
A Tier III Enrichment Extensions Camp is also offered over the summer, which brings together identified gifted and talented students from across the district for various course offerings centered around 21st century life and career concepts. Click here for more information.
Last Modified on January 13, 2017