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Summer School 2022

Summer School Locations
  • Elementary Schools  Bollinger Canyon, Creekside, or Live Oak 

  • Middle School 
    Diablo Vista Middle School 

  • High School 
    Monte Vista High School

  • Extended School Year (ESY) Students will attend all five campuses. 
General Information


This summer, SRVUSD will be offering  in-person summer school for students going into grades 1-12 next year.   Enrichment and advancement classes are not offered except for
middle school MAP.  Students are referred for participation
by teachers and school administration. 

Students who were recommended by their teachers/school admininistration received a communication from SRVUSD with registration details and application link.
Please do not submit an additional application below


Students entering grades 1-8
who were not teacher recommended for summer school

will be given the opportunity to request summer school below. 


*** Change in summer school location for outgoing 8th graders:

***   Diablo Vista Middle School   ***

 Due to scheduling and logistical issues, outgoing 8th grade summer school classes have been relocated from MVHS to Diablo Vista Middle School. This means that all outgoing 8th graders will attend summer school at Diablo Vista. Except outgoing 8th Graders taking the High School Math class at Monte Vista High School.

The calendar and daily schedule remain the same: 8:15-12:45 on June 15th - July 13th (holidays on June 20th and July 4th)


High School

In-person summer school for students identified by their counselor
will be available in two sessions: 6/15-7/6 and 7/7-7/26.
Students will attend five days per week for 4.5 hours/day.

  • Students who are recommended to attend summer school will receive an invitation from their counselor. 

  • Students who received D's or non-passing grades will be recommended to attend summer school.

  • The Scholastic Bridge program will be offered for incoming 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students to focus on study and executive functioning skills. These students will also be recommended by their counselor.


The focus of Summer School will be on ELA and math. 
There will also be opportunities for students to engage in classroom activities that prepare them for in-person learning on a school site.

For more information about our Summer School program, please contact the summer school principal.


No classes on June 20 and July 4

Algebra Skills Summer Support 

This opportunity is for students who have already taken Algebra in middle or high school and wish to practice Algebra skills over summer.  

This self-paced, online Edgenuity Course is offered for skill remediation only and does not change a student's Algebra grade.  The course begins with a skills assessment so students may just address the skills they need and do not need to repeat skills they have mastered. Students may skip content that is already mastered and can move around the course freely, skipping as needed, and focusing on only skills that need review.

This is not a complete Algebra course, and focuses on the essential skills needed to be successful in future math courses.

Rolling enrollment into the skills course is open from May 20-June 24. Please allow one work day for students to gain access.


 

Summer School Class Times/Attendance

Students will attend five days per week for approximately four hours/day, depending on the program (see schedule below).

We strongly discourage students from missing any days of summer school due to the compressed timeline.  However, we know this is not always possible so we have instituted the following policy:

  • Students can miss up to 2 days 

  • Students who miss more than the allotted number of days may be dropped from the course.

  • Any work assigned during a student's absence is the student's responsibility to make up.  

  • First day of class: All students must attend first day of the class or they may be dropped from the course.

ESY/ELD Information

Extended School Year (ESY):  

  • Our Extended School Year program will continue for students who are eligible for ESY through their existing Individualized Education Programs (IEP).  Families will be contacted with additional information. 

English Language Learner Options: 

  • Learning programs for English Language Learners will continue to be offered in-person during the summer session. Families will be contacted with additional information.

Middle School Math Advancement Program (MAP)

This summer SRVUSD will continue to offer a math advancement option for middle school students.  MAP (Math Advancement Program, previously "Bridge")  will be an entirely online course that will begin on May 16 and end July 25 at noon. 

A parent info virtual meeting will be held March 31 to explain the details of the middle school math advancement program.  

** Please select the button below to go to the Math Information Page for more details and a registration link.**

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Summer School Principals & Office Managers