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SUMMER SCHOOL

about 1 year ago

                              
 

First semester begins on June 13 and finishes July 5.  Second semester begins July 7 and finishes July 28 The application deadline is May 6.  Students will receive their schedule by May 27.

We are offering the following classes during summer school:

  • Math 1 and 2
  • Math 2 a/b
  • English 9, 10, 11, 12
  • Biology
  • Earth Science
  • Modern World History
  • US History
  • PE 1 and 2
  • Art
  • Edgenuity

Summer School Bell Schedule 2016

8:00am

School Starts

9:00-9:45am

Break

11:00-11:30am

A Lunch (PE & Bridge)

11:35-12:05pm

B Lunch (all others)

1:30pm

Dismissal

 

 

Summer Bridge Bell Schedule 2016

8:00-8:50am

Academics

8:50-8:55am

Pass

8:55-9:45am

Academics

9:45-10:00am

Nutrition

10:00-10:05a.m.

Pass

10:05-10:55am

Academics

10:55-11:30am

A Lunch

11:30-11:35am

Pass

11:35-12:25pm

STEM Projects

12:25pm-12:35pm

Break

12:40-1:30pm

STEM Projects

1:30pm

Dismissal

 
                              

We are also pleased to be offering incoming 9th grade students an opportunity to earn  5 credits for participating in our Summer Bridge Program.  Students are being recruited at their middle schools.  They will learn techniques to strengthen their writing, reading which focuses on reading fluency and reading comprehension, building their math skills and confidence.  In addition, students will be exposed to project-based learning and school connectedness, which focuses on how to navigate the campus.  Bridge students will focus on positive behaviors and decision making skills

Summer Bridge runs from June 13 to July 5.  Summer Bridge students will receive incentives for the regular school year and school supplies for free!

The Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District is excited to announce the Sixth Grade Bridge Program that will take place at both Mesa View Middle School and Park View Middle School campuses.  The program will focus on incoming sixth grade students who would benefit greatly from a three-week summer session during which teachers and a counselor will help build academic and social skills as well as develop a strong sense of school connectedness.  The students chosen to be invited to this three-week program were identified by their elementary schools.

The Bridge Program begins June 13 and goes through July 5, Monday-Thursday, from 8:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.  Students will have a half hour lunch during the day.  Lunch will be provided.  Participants in the Summer Bridge Program will also receive incentives for the regular school year, such as school supplies provided free of charge!
 

For questions regarding any of these Summer programs, please contact Julie Beck