This virtual summer program takes advantage of students’ available technology by utilizing programs like Google Classroom and Google Meet to facilitate learning and communication. Students participate in approximately 2.5-3 hours of synchronous activity and 1-2 hours of asynchronous activity a day.
In addition to core subject areas ELA/reading and math, each week also includes enrichment, family engagement and project-based learning, social-emotional learning, and mindfulness sessions with activities like yoga and physical movement. Enrichment for K-2 students includes STEM-based learning and virtual field trips to locations including zoos, museums, and cultural attractions. For grades 3+, students learn to code and program a virtual robot
This virtual summer program is designed for families who may have limited or no access to a computer or high-speed internet. Students in this model use Resource Books and phone instruction to focus on ELA/reading and math, while also participating in STEM-based or other enrichment, family engagement, and project-based learning, as well as social-emotional learning.
Students participate in approximately 1- 1.5 hours of synchronous and 2-3 hours of asynchronous activity a day. All synchronous teacher check-ins can be completed using a cellphone or landline