Summer Programs 2020

Summer 2020 Updated Registration Information

All students who have enrolled in Summer 2020 classes will receive an email over weekend of June 27th that contains instructions on how to access your classes if you have registered for Semester 2 classes in Summer 2020.


In response to the ongoing need for social distancing, the Boise School District Summer School Programs for 2020 have been redesigned to provide instructional opportunities for students even while maintaining safe distancing practices.

NOTE: On Friday, June 26th and Friday, July 3rd there will not be classes for any of the summer school programs.
 
For detailed information on each of the Summer School options that are available for Boise School District students in Summer 2020, please scroll to the details below.

SUMMER MEAL PROGRAM  - General information on this summer service (details will be added in June 2020)

Boise School District offers a wide variety of summer school classes for students to enhance their educational experiences. In Summer 2020, the District offers secondary students the opportunity to take core classes for credit. Registration begins for Summer 2020 programs in mid-April, 2020.

 

The Alternative Junior High Summer program:

Boise School District will offer a Junior High Alternative Summer Program titled ‘Pathways to Promotion' for eligible at-risk students in 7th through 8th grades.  Due to current school closures caused by the COVID-19 outbreak our program will be offered online using the platform FUEL Ed. This program will offer students currently enrolled in grades 7 and 8 an opportunity to develop and strengthen their math and language usage skills. There is no tuition for the program. The online registration form will allow you to complete applications for at-risk as well as English Language Learning students. 
Students participating in the Summer 2020 'Pathways to Promotion' program will work from home with teacher facilitators supporting their progress. This six-week, half-day long program is designed to assist students who have failed or have done poorly in English and or Math classes. Classes are held Monday, June 1 - July 10, 2020. Students enrolled in this program must meet the “At- Risk” State qualifications.

Registration: To better support our students, we are asking each student to reach out to their regular school counselor for registration. The counselors will be submitting the registration online so we are able to ensure all students have their needed courses and access from home. 

If you have any questions, please call or email nancy.gersack@boiseschool.org or call 208-854-4827. All calls are being forwarded to Nancy Gersack, the Summer Administrator for this site.

Summer School Office number - 208-854-4827

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The 2020 Traditional Secondary Summer School offers a variety of classes for students entering grades 7- 12. This program has two 4-week long semesters and students can take up to two classes each semester.

In Summer 2020, Boise School District will offer online courses that access curriculum delivered through FuelEd and supported by Boise School District teachers who will serve as Teachers of Record and facilitators to the learning. All BSD Grading and Assessment Policies will be followed. Students will access learning from their homes. Courses will include those offered in previous summers to students in grades 7 - 12 such as courses for English, Mathematics, History, Health, PE, Economics, Speech and Critical Literacy. Courses available in the Summer School Program will offer students in grades 9 -12 an opportunity to take up to four credits toward graduation requirements. Courses are also available for students in grades 6 - 8 to earn Junior High credits. The District has waived the $35.00 Registration Fee for all students during Summer 2020.

This program has two 4-week semesters:

1st Semester: Monday, June 1 - June 25
2nd Semester: June 29 - July 24, 2020 (June 26 and July 3 - Holidays - No School)

Registration: Students may access and reference the hard copy of the Registration Form for the Traditional Secondary Summer School Program for Summer 2020 here. For a copy that allows you to Register online by making a copy and typing onto the copy in order to Register, access this here.

PLEASE REGISTER EARLY. Early registration increases the chances of obtaining a course of their choosing in summer school. The later students register, the less likely they will get the class(es) they need.
For questions or to address concerns, please email the Summer Site administrator, Jeff Lamping at jeff.lamping@boiseschools.org

Summer School Office number - 208-854-5688 ________________________________________________________________________
IDLA - Idaho Digital Learning online course options

During Summer 2020, students also have the option to register for online classes through IDLA. 

IDLA courses are available to take for enrichment, advancement, review and even for pursuing a general interest in a subject area.

For information, please review the flyer provided by IDLA.

For an overview of course offerings, costs and timelines for taking the courses, please visit the IDLA website

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The 2020 Alternative High School Summer School program is for students in grades 9 -12 who are seeking credit recovery.
This program has two 4-week semesters:

1st Semester: Monday, June 1 - June 25
2nd Semester: June 29 - July 24, 2020 (June 26 and July 3 - Holidays - No School)

Boise School District's Alternative High School Summer program will offer online courses that access curriculum delivered through FuelEd  (https://www.fueleducation.com/) and supported by Boise School District teachers who will serve as facilitators to the learning.  Students will access learning from their homes. Courses will include those offered in previous summers to support the instructional needs of eligible at-risk youth including courses for English, Mathematics, History, Health, PE, Economics, Speech and Critical Literacy.

Registration: To better support our students, we are asking each student to reach out to their regular school counselor for registration. The counselors will be submitting the registration online so we are able to ensure all students have their needed courses and access from home. 
Students enrolled in this program must meet the “At- Risk” State qualifications.

For questions please email the Summer Site's Administrator, Telinda Case at telinda.case@boiseschools.org
Summer School office number - 208-854-5971


Graduating Seniors for Summer 2020

The summer graduation ceremony for seniors will tentatively be held as follows: Thursday, July 23rd, 2020
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Elementary Summer School Programs for Summer 2020 have been cancelled.

The Elementary Summer School programs provide focused intervention for qualifying students for each grade level K-6. Each Elementary Summer Site supports Boise School District students from within their feeder school pattern.  Non-Boise School District students are not able to attend the Boise School District's Elementary Summer programs due to the funding structure of the program.

NOTE: 

At this time, due to ongoing concerns associated with active cases of COVID-19 in the community, Boise School District does not anticipate offering the K-6 Elementary Summer School programs that are traditionally designed to provide focused intervention to eligible students who are underperforming in core content areas.

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Extended School Year Program (ESY) 2020

Boise School District will offer a remote Extended School Year Program for qualified Boise School District students during the 2020 Summer session. 


Student qualification for the Extended School Year Program is determined by the IEP team for each child at their regular Boise School District School during the regular school year.

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Summer School Contact Information:

Dr. Holly MacLean
208-854-6803