Students that are not proficiently reading at grade level will take part in the 15-day summer school program. Data from interventions and assessments given throughout the school year will help identify students that would benefit the most from the program. District 2 teachers teach the summer program. They focus on fluency, phonics and comprehension to help students become proficient readers at their grade level. Students will also take part in a writer’s workshop to develop their skills as authors. Students learn essential skills in math, as well, to support their success to the next grade level.
Students must show regular attendance (no more than three absences) and successfully complete their summer work to be considered for promotion.
Other students may be invited to attend the program as space allows.