Traditional Summer School
Students who need additional support in approaching benchmarks for reading proficiency will take part in the traditional 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.
2019 Traditional Summer School
- Dates: June 11-28
- Hours: 8 a.m.-1 p.m.
- Cost: $175 ($25 for students with IEPs)
- Grades: K-7
- Locations: Tioga School, 212 W. Memorial Road, Bensenville
- Meals: Free breakfast and lunch are available for all students.
- Transportation: Available for all students if needed.
* -- If a student is recommended for summer school, the student needs to attend summer school instead of STEM or JumpStart.
For more information, contact Valerie DiFresco, Summer School Principal, at 630-766-5940, ext. 1123 or email@example.com.
To Pay Summer School Fees
You can pay summer school fees online at the BSD2 Web Store, which accepts Discover, Mastercard, or Visa. RevTrak, a national credit card payment processor, provides you the simple security and convenience of making online payments for your summer school registration. You will need your Student ID number to set up an account.