Newcomer Summer School
Newcomer Summer School is designed to help newly arrived students develop beginning English language skills by delivering appropriate content area instruction, with specific language support. The program will also support students as they acclimate to the U.S. school system, while also building and strengthening our students’ native language skills.
Please note that this program is enrolled based on academic criteria and proficiency level.
All eligible students will be provided with an application by their ENL teacher.
Students who are English language learners currently in grades K-10, with a proficiency level of entering and emerging, and will be enrolled in Albany International Center for the 2023-24 school year are invited to attend.
Please note that this program is enrolled based on academic criteria and proficiency level. All eligible students will be provided with an application by their ENL teacher.
|Apply by||June 2|
|Start date||July 5|
|End date||Aug. 3 (Aug. 10 for students taking Algebra/Living Environment Regents prep)|
8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Please note this program is Monday-Thursday only. There is no program on Fridays.
|Location(s)||Albany International Center (50 Lark St.)|
This program is offered in-person at Albany International Center, which is located at 50 Lark Street.
Newcomer Summer School will have a strong emphasis on teaching literacy skills while also teaching vital life skills necessary for navigation within the school and community. This program will provide an academic-rich day that fosters the understanding of local civics, while also providing social emotional support to all students.
Attendance and behavior
Participation is critical to student success in the program and will be documented. Staff will be reaching out on a regular basis to ensure that students are completing work. During classroom times, students are expected to login to their Google Classroom and complete work the teacher assigns.
As per the district attendance policy, students who exceed three absences will not receive credit for summer courses.
Students will be held to behavioral expectations and consequences of the district Code of Conduct.
K-5 students will receive yellow bussing, and students in grades 6-10 will receive CDTA bus passes.
Breakfast and lunch are provided each day as part of the program.
If you have questions about the program, you can contact: