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Summer Programs Update

Susan Grierson Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and InstructionPresented September 21, 2015

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Summer 2015

725 students spent time in our schools this summer in a variety of programs:

Cougar Prep

Summer Step Up

Academic Advancement

Academic Support

Credit Recovery

ELL

Extended School Year

FAST Program

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Transitions

Students were identified who were transitioning into middle school or high school and would benefit from structured support and strategies for success.

# Invited

# Participated

Welcome to Middle

School

(rising

6

th

grade students)

20

10

Cougar

Prep

(rising 9

th

grade students)

81

39

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Summer Step Up

Middle School MathRising 6th graders who missed a higher math placement by a small margin were invited to participate. Families could also request to have their student participate.

Invited

Opted In

Registered

Completed

Moved Up

Accelerated

74

11

44

40

33

Honors

84

28

73

56

38

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Summer Step Up & Academic Advancement Courses

High School MathSummer step up courses provide students with an opportunity to qualify to advance to the next math level for the 2015-2016 school year.Summer academy courses provide high performing students with an opportunity to complete an additional year of math, and reach AP Calculus or another level of Calculus by their senior year.

Invited

Participated

Moved Up

Summer Step Up

103

34

28

Summer

Academy

114

43

41

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Summer Step Up

High School ScienceStep up programs are targeted at students who were scheduled to take a level 3 course, but whose grades and teacher feedback suggested they could be successful in an honors course with additional preparation and support.

Participated

Moved Up

Biology

10

9

Physics

8

7

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Academic Support

Provide middle school students with targeted academic support.

Purpose

Participated

Middle School Skills Math Boost

Provide extra math instruction

and practice to identified students to advance to the next instructional level

19

Middle School Summer Stars

Provide academic

support for identified students

23

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Academic Support

Provide elementary students targeted support in language arts and math.

Grades

Purpose

Participated

Summer

Stars

Rising 4-5

Provide

targeted academic support in Language Arts and Math

29

Rising

Stars

Rising

1-3

Intensive,

targeted academic program that supported the acquisition of reading, writing and mathematics skills.

76

Project Imagination

Rising 4-5

Teach problem solving skills using

STEM principles.

47

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Credit Recovery

Opportunity for students who failed a course during the school year to re-take the course. Offerings included US History I and US History II, World History, English, Physics, Geometry, Algebra, Health, and Physical Education.In addition, CHS Introduced a new Summer Foundations program which engaged at-risk students in long-term planning and developing strategies to overcome obstacles and challenges.

Taken

Passed

% Passed

On-Site

401

365

90%

On-Line

177

150

84%

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English Language Learners

All 48 students eligible for and enrolled in the district’s English as a Second Language Program (ESL) were invited.

20 Students participated in daily English language development instruction designed to increase students’ background knowledge and vocabulary, as well as to strengthen reading, writing and conversation skills.

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Extended School Year

The Extended School Year program is for students with IEPs who have difficulty with sustained learning skills.

ESY – Grades PK K-5, 115 students

Social Skills program is for students who have significant social skills deficits that impact their ability to interact appropriately with peers.

Elementary students – 49

Secondary students – 22

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“FAST” Program

From

July

13-August 20,

students

were offered “Flexible Academic Support Time” CHS:

S

tudents could work with

teachers on summer math packets, writing assignments, AP assignments and other high school work.

All

CHS students

were invited via phone and email.

Targeted

personal phone

calls were also made

to 1

st

time AP takers, ELL students, and other students identified due to previous academic experiences

.

More than 100 students took advantage of this opportunity to work with content specialists to support their summer academic work.

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Clinton Elementary &Camp Invention

Camp Invention offers innovative curricula that are aligned with state and national standards. By implementing this program

w

e

strive to enhance each child’s ability to learn through

teamwork, while

providing exciting challenges and cultivating a new appreciation for discovery

.

32 students going into grades 4 and 5

97% attendance over the course of the 10 day program

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Summer Program Costs

# Participated

Cost

Elementary Schools

204

$64,400

Middle Schools

169

$40,500

High School

822

$140,800

Special Services

186

$350,000

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