PK3 Through 8th Grade 

Summer options for PK3 through 8th grade.


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Extended School Year (ESY)

Grades PK3 (preschool)- Grade 12
July 6-July 31, 2015 
8am -1 pm at all PK3-5th grade sites 
9 am – 2 pm at all 6-12th grade sites (per the ESY program model)

Description: In ESY, students receiving special education services will work on the critical skills identified in their IEPs.  Instruction, services, and programming will be individualized to meet their specific needs to ensure they will be ready to start the school year in the fall. This program is only open to students who have been found eligible for ESY during their IEP meeting.

Breakfast and Lunch provided? Yes
Enrollment Fee: No
How to Register:  Registration will open in March.  Please connect with your child’s teacher for more information.    

Contact: Sarah Scherer
              Office of Specialized Instruction, Inclusive Programming Division
              202-442-4800
              osi.esy@dc.gov

K-7 Summer School

Current DCPS students
Grades K-7
June 29- July 31, 2015, 8am -1pm

Description: 

Students will receive reading and math instruction.  The teachers will use curriculum materials and engaging technology to help improve your child’s reading, writing, and math skills.  Summer school will help your child get ready for the next school year.

Breakfast and Lunch provided? Yes
Enrollment Fee: No
How to Register: Online registration: February 9- April 30. 
Visit dcps.dc.gov/DCPS/K7summer and register your child.  Spaces are limited, so please register as soon as possible to secure a space for your child

K-7 Summer School sites: The summer school program will operate at eight sites throughout DCPS. The K-7 Summer School Site Assignments shows you the site to which your child’s school and grade have been assigned. 

Serving grades K-5:

Beers ES: 3600 Alabama Ave. SE, Washington, DC 20020 
Bruce Monroe ES @ Parkview: 3560 Warder St. NW, Washington, DC 20010 
Plummer ES: 4601 Texas Ave. SE, Washington, DC 20019
Turner ES: 3264 Stanton Rd. SE, Washington, DC 20032 
Tyler ES: 1001 G St. SE, Washington, DC 20003

Serving Grades K-7:

Brightwood EC: 1300 Nicholson St. NW, Washington, DC 20011
Brookland EC @ Bunker Hill: 1401 Michigan Ave. NE, Washington, DC 20017
Turner ES: 3264 Stanton Rd. SE, Washington, DC 20032
Walker-Jones EC: 1125 New Jersey Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20001

For PK3 and PK4 families: Please check programs offered by the DC Department of Parks and Recreation: 
summercamps.dc.gov 

Contact: Office of Out-of-School Time Programs
                202-442-5002

More Information: Please see the files below to get more information about the student registration:

Chancellor's Parent Letter 2015
Summer School Flyer 2015 

DC Meets Washington

Serving Grades 5- 7
July 13 -July 31, 2015
9 am – 4 pm at Browne Education Campus

Description:
Summer college and career exposure program for middle grade students.   Over the course of the three-week program students will participate in career exploration programming and projects, meet with local leaders from Engineering, IT, and the Hospitality career fields, and participate in site visits in which they directly experience different professional and postsecondary opportunities.
Breakfast and Lunch provided? Yes
Enrollment Fee: No
How to Register: Register here  or download a printable pdf 
Contact: Mr. Bear Johnson
Office of Planning and Postsecondary Readiness
Ryan.Johnson@dc.gov
– 202-442-5565

Summer Enrichment Programs

Serving Grades 5- 7
July 6 -July 31, 2015
9 am – 1 pm
at Hardy Middle School or Stuart-Hobson Middle School

Description: Highly-motivated and precocious rising middle school students (those currently in grades 5, 6, 7) are invited to apply for a spot in the Summer Enrichment Program, sponsored by the Advanced and Enriched Instruction team in the Office of Teaching and Learning (OTL) and UConn's Neag Center for Gifted Education. Students will work in small groups of no more than 15 students on topics directly related to their areas of academic interest in one of the four main content areas, as well as go on several exciting field trips.
Breakfast and Lunch provided? Yes
Enrollment Fee: No
How to Register:  Registration is open until April 30. Please email the completed application (linked below) to Matthew Reif at Matthew.Reif@dc.gov   
Contact: Matthew Reif
              Office of Advanced and Enriched Instruction
              Matthew.Reif@dc.gov 

Summer Enrichment application

Camp Let's Go

Ages 3-6
July 6-July 31, 2015, 8am- 3pm

Description: Camp Let’s Go is a program designed to provide language, vocabulary and phonemic awareness development through a variety of hands-on activities including sensory motor and environmental experiences. Please see our flyer for further details.    

Breakfast and lunch provided?  Yes
Enrollment/Registration Fee: Yes - $30
How to register: Complete the application and send via mail to Tiffany White.

Contact: Tiffany White
              Office of Specialized Instruction,
              Related Services
              1200 First Street, NE
              Washington, DC 20002
              202-505-0756
              tiffany.white2@dc.gov

 

Lindamood-Bell Summer Learning Center

Grades 1-3
June 29-July 31, 2015, 8:00am – 3:30pm

Description: Students who attend the summer Lindamood-Bell Learning Center will receive intensive, small group instruction focused on developing reading and comprehension skills. This day-long program will focus only on developing students’ reading skills. 

Breakfast and lunch provided? Yes
Enrollment/Registration Fee: No
How to register: Select students participating in the current Lindamood-Bell program will be contacted about participation in summer instruction.

Contact: Jennifer Parker
              Office of Specialized Instruction, Inclusive Programming Division
              202-442-4800
              jennifer.parker2@dc.gov

Camp Believe

Grades 2-5
July 6- July 31, 2015, 8 am – 1pm

Description: Camp Believe is a program designed to build emotional competence in children.  This camp concentrates on providing students with strategies to cope and excel in a school or social setting. Participating students will benefit from evidenced-based practices, weekly educational field trips and a variety of social emotional interventions using play, art and dance therapy Please see our flyer for further details.
Spanish Flyer

Breakfast and lunch provided? Yes
Enrollment/Registration Fee: Yes - $30
How to register: Complete the application and send via mail to Tamara Dukes.

Contact:   Tamara Dukes
                Office of Specialized Instruction,
                Related Services
               1200 First Street, NE
               Washington, DC 20002
               202-907-8056
               tamara.dukes@dc.gov                                

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