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Summer School Information

 

ELEMENTARY Summer Program:  Grades K-6
  • Purpose of Elementary Summer Program: Focus on specific Core Skills in Language Arts and Math
    • To improve reading/writing proficiencies OR math proficiencies, for each student, as designated by each student’s ILP (Individual Learning Plan)
    • Student participation is determined by the classroom teacher in conjunction with the Building Intervention Team in reference to the summer program criteria for identifying participants in reading/writing or math.  
 
  • Dates of  Grades K-6 Plus Jumpstart Summer Program: June 6 through July 7, 2016  (23 days)
    • 8:30 am – 11:30 am, Monday through Friday  
    • No Instruction day on July 4th to recognize Federal Holiday
  • Program Design: 3 Separate Programs Running Concurrently
  1.  Reading/ Writing Academy*
    1. Includes  CLIP for 1st grade summer school students
    2. Special education services including ESY services will be provided within the program as identified by a student’s IEP Team.
    3. ELL Students may be referred for inclusion into the Reading/Writing Academy
 
  1. Math Academy*
    1. Special education services including ESY services will be provided within the program as identified by a student’s IEP Team.
    2. ELL Students may be referred for inclusion into the Math Academy
 
 
*Students will attend only ONE program (i.e. a student would not attend the Reading/Writing Academy when registered for the Math Academy).
 
  • Elementary Summer Program sites
School Grades and Triad to be serviced Program Nameà ßCurriculum:
Student will participate in only 1 program
Principal
Afflerbach Grades K-6 + Jumpstart
For students in the South Triad
Reading/Writing Academy
Math Academy
PALS
Balanced Literacy Framework
Every Day Math
ELL
Matt Schlagel
Goins Grades K-6 + Jumpstart
For students in the South Triad
Reading/Writing Academy
Math Academy
Balanced Literacy Framework
Every Day Math
ELL
Donna Adams
Pioneer Park Grades K-6 + Jumpstart
For students in the Central Triad
Reading/Writing Academy
Math Academy
Balanced Literacy Framework
Every Day Math
 
April Gates
Baggs Grades K-6 + Jumpstart
For students in the East Triad
Reading/Writing Academy
Math Academy
Balanced Literacy Framework
Every Day Math
ELL
Brook Kelly
Sunrise Grades K-6 + Jumpstart
For students in the East Triad
Reading/Writing Academy
Math Academy
PALS
Balanced Literacy Framework
Every Day Math
 
Kelly Storebo
         
 
  • Registration, Grades K-6
    • April 11th through April 29th, 2016
    • Registration forms will be sent out from, and collected by, the classroom teacher at the student’s home elementary school.
 
  • Attendance Policy
    • Students are expected to attend all 23 days of the summer program. 
    • Students missing more than 3 days will be immediately dropped from the program (3 tardies equal one absence).
    • For any combination of absences and tardies that equals more than 3 absences, the student will be dropped.
    • Any behavioral issues will result in the student being dropped from the summer program. 
 
  • Transportation / Bussing for Summer Program students:
    • Transportation will be provided by district buses to and from the home school (where the student attends school during the regular school year).
 
  • It is the parents’ responsibility to make arrangements for students to be picked up from the bus stop at the appropriate time at their home school and to be sure that arrangements have been made when students are dropped off at the home school bus stop at the end of the summer program day.
 
  • Limited transportation services will be provided to students who live outside the walking area of their home school. Students who are bussed to school during the regular school year because of home address/location will be picked up and dropped off at a designated bus stop or at the home, pending transportation routes. If parents have a question in reference to this, please contact your student’s principal.
 
  • There is NO FEE for enrollment in the elementary summer program.

 


PARENT Information Letter for Elementary K-6 Summer Program Students

APRIL 2016

 
This is an informative letter to help you understand the summer program in LCSD #1, which will run from June 6, 2016 through July 7, 2016. The summer school sites are as follows: Afflerbach and Goins Elementary (for students in the South Triad); Pioneer Park Elementary (for students in the Central Triad); and Baggs and Sunrise Elementary (for students in the East Triad). The elementary summer school program will run from 8:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. Monday through Friday. Breakfast and Lunch will be provided at all sites. There will be no school on July 4th, in celebration of Independence Day.
 
The following school sites will accommodate students from the home schools listed: 
 
  • Afflerbach: Afflerbach, Bain, Cole, Fairview, Lebhart
  • Goins: Goins, Arp, Hebard, Rossman
  • Baggs: Baggs, Alta Vista, Anderson, Buffalo Ridge
  • Sunrise: Sunrise, Dildine, Henderson, Saddle Ridge
 
FOCUS of Elementary K-6 Summer Program: CORE SKILLS in Language Arts and Math
  • To strengthen specific grade level reading, writing, and /or math skills;
  • Student participation is determined by the classroom teacher in conjunction with the Building Intervention Team.
 
Individual Learning Plan (ILP): 
Each child attending the Summer Program will have an Individualized Learning Plan (ILP), which will identify the SKILLS in which the student has not achieved proficiency, as determined by student performance on district assessments.
  • Parent contact is required for each student’s ILP. The classroom teacher should review your child’s ILP with you.
  • Your child’s summer teacher will also review your child’s ILP progress with you at the end of the summer program.
 
Transportation / Bussing for Elementary Summer Program Students
  • Transportation will be provided by district buses to and from the home elementary school (in general, where the student attends school during the regular school year) or the neighborhood elementary school.
  • It is the parents’ responsibility to make arrangements for students to be picked up at the appropriate time at their home school and that arrangements have been made when they are dropped off at the home school at the end of the day.
  • Limited transportation services will be provided to students who live outside the walking area of their home school.  Students who are bused to school during the regular school year because of home address/location will be picked up and dropped off at a designated bus stop or at the home, pending transportation routes.  If parents have a question in reference to this, please contact your student’s principal.
  • We will be utilizing the Z-pass system which provides information in regards to student’s pick up and drop off information.
 
Expectations for Summer Program Parents and Students:
 
  1. Students are expected to attend all 23 days of the summer program. 
  2. Students missing more than 3 days will be immediately dropped from the program (3 tardies equal to one absence).
  3. For any combination of absences and tardies that equals more than 3 absences, the student will be dropped.
  4. Behavioral issues can result in the student being dropped from the summer program.
 
With such a short timeline, it is important all parents understand and support the guidelines of the district’s Summer Program.  Please review the above expectations with your child prior to the beginning of summer program so that the Program can operate in the most efficient manner. If you have specific questions that have not been addressed in this letter, please feel free to contact your child’s principal.
 
If for some reason, you find you are unable to attend the summer session after completing and submitting the required forms, please contact your child’s current classroom teacher and principal as soon as possible.
 
Sincerely,
Joyce Chalstrom
Assistant Director of Instruction
LCSD#1 Summer School Office

 
SECONDARY REGISTRATION, Grades 7-12
Junior High and High School Registration
June 1st, 2016
12:00 pm to 6:00 pm
@ Storey Gym, corner of Pershing Boulevard and Evans
 
SECONDARY, Grades 7-12 Summer Program
SECONDARY SUMMER SCHOOL 7-12
SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL , Summer School Principals:
Head Principal: Brian Cox
Assistant Principal: Don Brinkman
Assistant Principal: James Whitehead

 
 
Students can take only 1 class per session.
 
  • 1st Session June 9th – June 27th
(Semester 1 courses offered)
 
7:45 A.M to 12:00 P.M.   
Monday through Friday
Breakfast – 7:15- 7:45     Lunch 12:00 P.M. – 12:30 P.M.
 
  • 2nd Session  June 28th – July 15th
 (Semester 2 courses offered)
 
7:45 A.M to 12:00 P.M.   
Monday through Friday
Breakfast – 7:15- 7:45     Lunch 12:00 P.M. – 12:30 P.M.
No school held on July 4th to recognize Federal Holiday
 
SECONDARY, District-wide Summer Program
PE/ Health June 9thth – July 15th
 
  • PE III/ HEALTH III
Grades 9-12 Only
(Including students going into 9th grade in August 2016)
 
SPACE IS LIMITED
PALS Program
7:45 A.M to 12:00 P.M.   
Monday through Friday
Breakfast – 7:15- 7:45     Lunch 12:00 P.M. – 12:30 P.M.
    No school held on July 4th to recognize Federal Holiday
 
 
 
 
DRIVERS ED
Contact Information: Tim Woodard 307-771-2410     
     Session I    June 1 - June 10:  7:30 - 11:30
     Session II   
June 1- June 10:   Noon-4:00
    Session III  
June 13 – June 22:   7:30 - 11:30
     Session IV  
June 13 – June 22:   Noon-4:00
      Session V   June 27 – July 7:  7:30-11:30 
       Session VI  June 27 – July 7:    Noon-4:00 

Registration will be available on Laramie1.org site
               under Students/Activities tab.                                                                    
ROOM – 104A
Must attend all dates within a session.  Only ONE (1) absence allowed in the Dr. Ed. program.
 
Monday, July 4 - Holiday
 
 
 
ATTENDANCE and BEHAVIOR POLICY
Summer school is a very compressed method of delivering material, and time is very valuable. 
  • Therefore, students will be allowed only 2 absences for each session (grades 7-12). 
  • On the first absence, the administrative team will meet with the student and student’s teacher to develop an attendance contract and at the time come up with conditions and agreements for the student to follow. It does not matter whether the accumulated absences are excused or unexcused.
  • Three (3) tardies will equal one absence.
  • Any behavioral issues may result in the student being dropped from summer school. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
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