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Details & FAQs

Our goal for summer learning is to be responsive to students’ academic and social emotional needs by designing individualized student lessons in reading and math to be delivered in a small group, targeted setting with weekly SEL support.

This will be complemented by additional learning opportunities including:

  • STEM and reading menus

  • Online independent practice

  • Creation station/Passion projects

  • Student reflection

Logistics

Enrollment for students will open on Monday, February 15th & close on Friday, April 16th.

  • Program Dates:  June 14th - July 29th 

    • We are not in session July 5th - 9th

  • Days: Monday - Thursday

  • Hours: 9:30 a.m. - 12:50 p.m.

  • Register Here

    • Summer Learning is free to all students this summer.

Locations

Sites Feeder Schools

Angevine/ESY

Angevine / Meadowlark 6-8
Casey Casey / Centennial / Platt / Manhattan, Southern Hills/Nederland
Monarch K8 Louisville / Monarch 6-8 /  Eldorado 6-8
Aspen Creek K8 Aspen Creek 6-8 / Broomfield Heights
 

Open enrolled students will be assigned to the site closest to their home for Summer Learning

Qualifications

Students who have scored the lowest in Math and Literacy will be invited per email/school messenger in January by the Summer Learning Office.

  • A maximum of 500 students will be accepted.

  • Registrations will be accepted on a first come, first serve basis (Infinite Campus will update nightly).

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What will online instruction look like for my child?

A: Teachers will use skill-based lessons for direct
instruction targeted to your child’s level in a small
group format. Students will also engage in
independent practice using online lessons. There will also be lessons offered focusing on Social and
Emotional Learning and study skills. Teachers will
use formative data from small group instruction as
well as student online lesson practice to progress
monitor and adjust instruction as needed. Online
small group instruction will be offered in both
Reading and Math.

 

Q:What will a daily schedule be like?

A: Teachers and students will work together in small groups to enhance reading and math skills:

  • Small group instruction in reading Monday and Tuesday 

  • Small group instruction in math Wednesday and Thursday

  • When not in small groups, students will engage in additional learning opportunities including: STEM and reading menus, online independent practice, student reflection

  • Closing Whole Group - Integrated SEL & Essentials Skills Lesson and revisit the Executive Function Goal for the day

 

Q: Am I required to purchase/provide any student materials?

A:  Parents are not required to purchase anything to bring with them. All materials with be provided in class.

 

Q: Who do I contact if I have questions?

A: For questions on enrollment and registration, contact mary.jones@bvsd.org . For questions regarding instruction and assessment, please contact maia.jourgensen@bvsd.org.