Middle School Summer Program
The Middle School Summer Program is designed for district students currently in grades 6-8 who are unsuccessful in two or more core classes during the current school year.
This in-person program at will be held at Myers Middle School.
Please note that this program is enrolled based on academic criteria, and eligible students will be registered automatically by their guidance counselors.
For more information, please be sure to review the "who is eligible to participate" and "program details" sections below.
Students failing two or more core classes will be registered automatically by their guidance counselors and notified by mail. Outreach may also be conducted by email and phone.
In general, this is not an opt-in program, however, if you feel strongly that your child should be participating, you may contact any of the coordinators listed at the bottom of this page.
|Apply by||Based off academic criteria (see eligibility note above)|
|Start date||July 6|
|End date||Aug. 6|
|Location(s)||Myers Middle School|
This program is offered in-person at Stephen and Harriet Myers Middle School, and will serve students from all middle schools.
Program structure and grading
Summer school encompasses the four core classes (ELA, math, science and social studies) as well as, physical education, social emotional learning and reading. All students will be scheduled into all subjects.
The district has adopted a pass/fail grading practice for the 2021 Middle School Summer Program. In order for students to pass they must:
- Actively participate in instruction and learning activities
- Respond to feedback provided by the teacher
- Submit work in a timely manner
- Demonstrate evidence of learning
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.
All students who attend in person summer school will receive one CDTA pass. The pass will be activated for the months of July and August. There will be a fee for lost passes.
Breakfast and lunch will be provided to all onsite students.
If you have questions about the program, you can contact your child's guidance counselor, the program coordinator or any of the assistant principal(s) for your child's home school.