2017 Summer Services

   

Summer Services Parent Informational Page

Summer Centers

Open Instructional Summer Centers (Retained Grade 3 and Rising Grade 3 Students, Grades 7 & 8 Students, Grade 6 students who have failed World History)
ESY Centers
Educational Alternative Outreach Program Centers
VPK
Charter Schools

Enhanced Summer Services

Summer Internship Program (Along with receiving stipends, program participants will also earn high school course credits and be given the opportunity to earn college credits)
Migrant Education Program (Contact information: 305-258-4115)
Office of Community Engagement Summer Internship Program (Contact Information: 305-995-3050)
National Academy Foundation (NAF) Summer Internship Program (Contact Information: 305-693-3030)
Summer Camps
Community Ed/Enrichment Programs
  - Course Catalog Search
Parks & Recreation Agencies
List of Mayors within Miami-Dade County, Florida

eLearning Toolbox

For the sixth year in a row, the District will provide links to eLearning online applications, tools, and games that students can access 24/7, via the Student Portal, from any place with internet connectivity.
These resources will allow students in grades K-12 to practice and apply what they learned during the school year, and to explore new concepts.
Content will include district-licensed applications, as well as new resources made available exclusively for Summer 2017.

eLearning Toolbox: Mobile Device Summer Checkout

 

Summer Prep Opportunities


Senior high school students who passed Algebra 1 course, but failed the Algebra 1 End of Course (EOC) assessment, will be eligible to checkout tablet computers from their schools in order to participate in online Algebra 1 EOC assessment prep modules.

Rising seniors who failed the ELA Florida Standards Assessment will be eligible to checkout tablet computers from their schools to access online assessment prep resources in preparation for the  next administration of the ACT, in order to receive a concordant score and fulfill graduation requirement.

Adult education centers located at senior high schools will open their media centers for students in need of internet access.

 

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