2019 Summer Programs
Extended School Year (ESY)
ESY will be held for special needs students in grades Kindergarten through 12th grade and Postsecondary whose Individual Education Plan (IEP) indicates ESY service.
(408) 423-2054 | firstname.lastname@example.org
K - 5
(408) 423-3252 | email@example.com
(408) 423-2276 | firstname.lastname@example.org
English Learner/Migrant Summer Programs
Our EL/Migrant program targets EL Newcomers in ELPAC levels 1 or 2 and Migrant students. During summer, K-8th grade students will be engaged in Project-Based- Learning through the use of Google Classroom as the universal tool for teacher-student communication. Each grade will engage in a project in which the students and teachers generate the ELD vocabulary/skills needed to successfully complete and present their projects to a community audience. Learning of new technology tools is an essential component of the EL/Migrant summer school program. This program will be hosted at Peterson Middle School with transportation provided to students who need it.
EL students in ELD levels I and II will be offered two five-unit English Language Development courses which include the development of a project and the blending of technology in the project design. Migrant students and ELD Students Levels III and above can take online courses through Cyber High with the support of two teachers as well as tutors and/or volunteers. Transportation is provided for all EL and Migrant students who need this support for summer programs. This program will be housed at Wilcox High School with transportation provided to students who need it.
Qualifying students will be invited to participate in these programs with counselors’ referrals and will be registered on a first-come-first-served basis given that space is limited. A waiting list will be kept until the second day of summer school if students missed the first day.
Bilingual Community Liaison (Spanish)
Bilingual Community Liaison (Vietnamese)
Parent Involvement Facilitator
SCUSD is pleased to offer the 4th year of our Middle School Summer School Enrichment program this summer, being held at Buchser Middle School. The program is offered to any SCUSD students currently enrolled in 6th, 7th and 8th grades. Courses that will be offered range from Art to Robotics to Math Camp Made Fun. The program will be split into two sessions of 8 days each, and classes will be in session from 7:50 AM - 12:10 PM. Session 1 is Wednesday, 6/12 through Friday, 6/21. Session 2 is Monday, 6/24 through Wednesday, 7/3. Accepted students are eligible to participate in one of the two sessions. (Enrollment in both sessions may become available if registration numbers are lower than expected.)
Interested students must submit the online Google Form application, or turn in a paper copy to their current school counselor by Friday, March 29th (paper copies will be made available at all middle school offices by March 1st).
If you have any questions regarding the Middle School Enrichment Program, please contact Mr. Fuller and Ms. Dentone at email@example.com. Please allow 3 days for a response.
SCUSD will offer summer school to high school students at both Santa Clara and Wilcox High Schools. Students who wish to make up Ds or Fs in English, Math, History, Science, and Spanish I are invited to enroll in summer school. Students may also take a PE/Health class if needed for graduation. Application forms are available through your school counselor or online (available soon). Summer school will be held during the morning hours. High school summer applications are located in the main offices.
Santa Clara High School
(408) 423-2603 | firstname.lastname@example.org
(408) 423-3017 | email@example.com
Wilcox High School
(408) 423-2638 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Sobrato Early Academic Language (SEAL) Summer Bridge
For students at Bowers, Braly, Mayne and Scott Lane, the SEAL Summer Bridge will be offered. This is a two-week program, extending the school year, in order to keep student learning continuing into the summer. Each of these 4 sites will hold the program at their campus. For information, please visit the school office.