Summer Quest (K-6)

  • Summer Quest provides opportunities for students of Elementary Receivership schools to accelerate learning and strengthen skills in literacy and numeracy. Each school has designed their program based on school priorities and evidence-based identification of student needs.

    Instructional Design and Curriculum
    Schools will utilize District resources including MyView and Math Curriculum to support targeted students.

    Target Population and Staff
    150 students per program

    Program Structure
    5 sites: 7 programs- School 16 and 19, School 28 and 33, School 10 and WFA, and RISE Community School

    July 11th-August 5th
    9:00am-3:00pm
    Grades K-6

    Register at your child's home school.

ROC Summer Arts (K-6)

  • ROC Summer Arts will provide targeted literacy and numeracy instruction based on prioritized state standards. There will also be an emphasis on exposing students to the Arts through content and other enrichment clubs and activities.

    Instructional Design and Curriculum
    Schools will utilize District resources including MyView and Math Curriculum to support targeted students
    Arts enrichment will be supported with RCSD Music and Art teachers utilizing Summer Arts curriculum

    Target Population and Staff 
    500 students

    Program Structure:
    1 site: School #12

    July 11th-August 5th
    9:00am-3:00pm
    Grades K-6

    Register at your child's home school.

School-Based Programs (K-8)

  • Many schools and programs have identified summer learning as a strategy to address unfinished learning. These schools have set aside specific funding from grant allocations to support summer learning. Schools provided well-thought out plans and rationale prior to approval to run a summer program.

    Program
    3 sites:

    School 7
    80 Students
    Math and Literacy Standards/ Small Group Instruction

    School 45
    150 Students
    The goals for this summer program are to close gaps for Tier 2 and 3 students entering grades 1-7 with a focus on reading, writing, and math, while providing early exposure to Regents content by rising eighth-grade students.

    RISE Community School No. 106
    100 Students
    Provide Standards-Based instruction in Math and ELA. Social Emotional Learning will be a major component.

    Schools will be registering students as needed.