Summer Enrichment Required
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Program Details 2021
Dates: July 12th - August 6th
Hours: 8:00am- 4:30pm
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, and Snacks provided daily
Sites: Students are enrolled based on their current school year grade. Elementary students in grades PK-4 will attend at their respective elementary site. Grades 5-7 at their zoned MS, and grades 8-11 will attend at SHS.
Transportation: For those who are eligible based on mileage, transportation will be provided.
Any questions, please contact the Office of Planning & Accountability at 518.881.3405.
In order to finalize acceptance of your seat in Summer Enrichment, please be sure to fill out all the forms on this page BEFORE June 2nd. Like in past years, there is a waiting list, so if final acceptance is not received by JUNE 2nd, your seat will be reassigned.
If you prefer paper copies of any of the forms you have to sign on this page, you can pick these up from the main office of your child's school and return to District Office at 108 Education Drive.
Emergency Contact Information
Please fill out the Digital Copy
If you prefer a paper copy to print, please call the Office of Planning and Accountability or ask in the main office of your child's school. and we will get you one.
If your student takes medication daily, you will need to bring a prescription signed by your doctor on the first day along with the medication. We cannot administer the medication without the script.
Swimming Permission Slip
Swimming is likely to be a big part of your student's enrichment experience. Your student will not be able to swim without permission.
Please fill out this digital copy of the swimming permission form.
If you would like a paper copy, please contact the Office of Planning and Accountability or ask in the main office of your child's school and we will get you one.
It is very likely that we will be using all four City Pools this Summer to maximize the amount of time we can get our students in the water. We hope to be providing two swim lessons and one 30-minute free swim each week.
In addition to lifeguard coverage , and swim instructors, we plan to have student volunteers at the pool and flotation devices for those pools that do not have a sloping entrance.
Publicity Release Slip
In the event that the media shows up to cover some of our activities, or we want to share experiences on social media, we must have you sign a consent for your students picture to be used. If you do not consent, your student will not be part of the coverage.
If you prefer a paper copy to print, please call the Office of Planning and Accountability or ask in the main office of your child's school and we will get you one.
The goals of the SCSD Summer Enrichment Program are to:
Prevent summer slide in literacy
Inspire curiosity, build knowledge, and help kids become confident learners
Provide social-emotional learning
Collaborate with community partners to offer exciting experiences that support student growth and academic achievement
In order to accomplish these goals, it is very important that students maintain consistent, all day attendance throughout the 4-week program.
Being that this is a high demand program that has a waiting list, we are asking you to sign a pledge to let us know that you understand the importance of consistent attendance and will do all that you can to ensure it happens.
*In the event that your student has to miss a day, it is important to please let the teacher know ahead of time if you are able.