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TK Classroom at Allen at Steinbeck

2022 Summer Learning and Extended School Year

This summer, we will be offering summer learning and extended school year programs for students who meet our prioritization criteria. We will offer programs taught by San José Unified employees and will again partner with community organizations to support our students in both cognitive and social learning this summer.
Every school will offer a summer learning program for students. Students in the following categories will be prioritized:

  • Students with ESY designation in IEP
  • Foster and homeless youth
  • English learners
  • Low socioeconomic status
  • Social emotional needs that are impacting learning

Special Education Extended School Year

Students who have Extended School Year (ESY) designated in their IEP will be invited to attend an appropriate program based on their individual needs.  This year, our priority is to place students who are participating in ESY at the same school they attended during the 2021-2022 school year.  In cases where we are unable to place students at their school of attendance, we will place at the next closest school to their residence.  Transportation will be provided for students who have transportation designated as a service on their IEP.  Brunch will be provided. Learn more

San José Unified Summer Learning Programs: TK – 8

Our San José Unified teachers will be leading summer learning programs for elementary and middle school students at several schools.  Students who qualify for a program will receive an invitation from their current school.

  • Allen at Steinbeck: June 20 – July 22, 8:30 am – 11:30 am
  • Schallenberger Elementary: June 20 – July 22, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm (includes Hacienda Science/Environmental Magnet)
  • Walter L. Bachrodt Elementary: June 20 – July 22, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

San José Unified Math Ramp Up Programs: Grades 7 – 9

Our San José Unified teachers will be leading two math ramp up programs to prepare students for Algebra or Geometry.  Students who meet the placement criteria will receive an invitation from their current school.  This program provides an opportunity for students who attend the program to accelerate their math opportunities.  Students currently in grade 7 will be invited to Ramp up to Algebra, and students currently in grade 8 will be invited to Ramp Up to Geometry.  Students who earn a C or better will be eligible for Algebra or Geometry in the 2022-2023 school year.  Lunch will be provided.

  • Ramp Up to Algebra: John Muir Middle, June 14 – July 1, 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
  • Ramp Up to Geometry: Pioneer High, June 14 – July 22, 8:30 am – 1:30 pm

Enrichment Learning Programs

In addition to programs led by our teachers, we will also offer programs led by our After School Education and Safety (ASES) partners and programs led by other partners.  Students who qualify for a program will receive an invitation from their current school. Students from some schools will be invited to programs at different locations, as noted below.

ASES Programs, June 20 – July 29, 8:30 am – 3:30 pm

  • Anne Darling Elementary
  • Canoas Elementary (includes Almaden Elementary)
  • Empire Gardens
  • Grant Elementary
  • Lowell Elementary
  • Reed Elementary (includes Booksin Elementary)
  • Washington Elementary
  • Herbert Hoover Middle
  • Willow Glen Middle

Sacred Heart, June 13 – July 21, 8:00 am – 12:30 pm

  • Gardner Elementary

Camp Galileo, June 13 – July 1 or July 11 – 29, 8:30 am – 3:30 pm

  • Ernesto Galarza Elementary (includes Hammer Montessori and Willow Glen Elementary)
  • Merritt Trace Elementary (includes Horace Mann Elementary)

Camp Galileo, June 20-24, June 27 – July 1, July 11-15, July 25-29, 8:30 am – 3:30 pm

  • Los Alamitos (includes Williams Elementary, Graystone Elementary, and Simonds Elementary)

EDMO, June 13 – July 1 or July 11 – 29, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

  • Terrell Elementary (includes Rachel Carson Elementary)
  • Selma Olinder Elementary (includes Muwekma Ohlone Middle)
  • Bret Harte Middle (includes Castillero Middle and John Muir Middle)

High School Credit Recovery:

All high schools will provide credit recovery, with priority given to juniors and seniors who need credits to graduate.  Students who successfully complete the 3-week course will earn 5 credits.  Additional credit recovery will be offered using our online program, Edgenuity, to students who are unable to attend the in-person class.  Students who qualify for the program will receive an invitation from their current school. Brunch will be provided.

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