BCPS Summer 2022 – Let's SOAR this Summer!

  • Let's SOAR Summer 2022

     

    This summer, BCPS is excited to offer a full range of academic programs, fun afternoon activities and camps, and practical childcare solutions designed to keep students safe and engaged for the entire day.

    BCPS Summer 2022 includes a variety of options to meet the needs of students and families including face-to-face instruction targeting students with academic deficiencies and/or missing credits/courses as well as a wide variety of enrichment programs throughout the district. 

     

     

     

    June 20, 2022, through July 28, 2022
    Monday - Thursday, four hours a day 



Participating Locations

  • Use the dropdown menu below to learn which summer programs are available by schools, municipalities, or alternative sites nearby.  Participation in the Summer Experience is free to all registered students, although some childcare service providers and afternoon camps charge a nominal fee.

  • All
  • A.C. Perry PreK-8
  • American Preparatory Academy
  • Apollo Middle School
  • Atlantic West ES
  • Attucks Middle School
  • Bayview Elementary School
  • Beachside Montessori Village PreK - 8
  • Bethune, Mary M. Elementary School
  • Bethune, Mary M. Elementary School - Cluster
  • Boyd Anderson High School
  • Bright Horizons Center
  • Broadview Elementary School
  • Castle Hill Elementary School
  • Challenger Elementary School
  • Challenger ES
  • Chapel Trail ES
  • Charles Drew Elementary School
  • City of Fort Lauderdale
  • City of Parkland
  • City of Pembroke Pines
  • City of Plantation
  • Coconut Creek High
  • Coconut Palm Elementary School
  • Cooper City ES
  • Coral Cove Elementary School
  • Coral Park Elementary School
  • Cypress Elementary School
  • Cypress Hammock Park
  • Cypress Run Education Center
  • Cypress Run Education Center - MOST
  • Dania Elementary School
  • Deerfield Beach Elementary School
  • Dillard 6-12 - Youth Force
  • Dillard Elementary School
  • Dolphin Bay Elementary School
  • Drew, Charles ES
  • Driftwood Middle School
  • Eagle Point ES
  • Eagle Ridge ES
  • Fairway Elementary School
  • Flamingo ES
  • Forest Glen MS
  • Fox Trail Elementary School
  • Gulfstream Academy of Hallandale Beach K-8 - Youth Force
  • Hallandale Beach Parks
  • Hawkes Bluff Elementary School
  • Indian Trace ES
  • Larkdale ES
  • Lauderdale Lakes MS
  • Lauderhill Paul Turner ES
  • Liberty Elementary School
  • Lloyd Estates Elementary School
  • Lloyd Estates ES
  • Manatee Bay ES
  • Margate Middle School - Youth Force
  • Markham ES
  • McNicol Middle School
  • Meadowbrook Elementary School
  • Millennium 6-12 Collegiate Academy
  • Morrow Elementary School
  • New Renaissance Middle School
  • New River Middle School
  • New River MS
  • North Andrews Gardens ES
  • North Fork ES
  • North Lauderdale PreK-8
  • Nova Dwight D. Eisenhower Elementary School
  • Oakridge ES
  • Olsen Middle School
  • Oriole ES
  • Palmview Elementary School
  • Park Ridge Elementary School
  • Park Springs ES
  • Pembroke Lakes Elementary School
  • Pembroke Pines Elementary School
  • Perry, Annabel C. PreK-8
  • Peters Elementary School
  • Pinewood Elementary School Cluster
  • Plantation Elementary School
  • Plantation ES
  • Pompano Beach Elementary School
  • Pompano Beach Middle School
  • Quiet Waters Elementary School
  • Rickards MS + Youth Force
  • Rock Island Elementary School
  • Royal Palm Elementary School
  • Silver Lakes Middle School
  • Silver Ridge Elementary School
  • Silver Ridge Elementary School Cluster
  • Silver Ridge ES
  • Silver Ridge ES - Cluster
  • Silver Trail MS
  • South Plantation High School
  • Sunland Park Academy (K-3)
  • Sunset Lakes Elementary School
  • Sunset Lakes Elementary School - Cluster
  • Sunset Lakes ES
  • Tamarac Elementary School
  • The Quest Center
  • Tradewinds Elementary School
  • Tradewinds ES
  • Tropical Elementary School
  • Walker Elementary School
  • Walter C. Young Middle School - Cluster
  • Watkins Elementary School
  • Welleby Elementary School
  • Welleby ES
  • Westchester ES
  • Westglades MS
  • Westpines Middle School YMCA (Youth Force)
  • Westwood Heights Elementary
  • Wingate Oaks Center - Special Needs
  • Winston Park Elementary School
  • Young, Walter C. MS
  • Young, Walter C. MS - Cluster
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  • Morning Care, Afternoon Camps and Activities

    Morning care, afternoon camps and activities will be offered before or after the summer experience day, at multiple school locations. For site-specific information, visit the BCPS Summer 2022 Locations database above.  

    If your elementary school starts at 9:30 a.m. please go to your child’s school website, or contact the school directly, for more information on morning care.  

    If you are unable to locate a program through the BCPS Summer 2022 locations list above, please reach out to 211-Broward.

  • PreK Summer Programs

    PreK Summer Programs

    There are different options for Pre-K in Broward County Public Schools this summer:

    Summer VPK

    Who: Children entering Kindergarten in August 2022 who did not use their 2021-2022 VPK Certificate

    What: Fun and engaging instruction and activities designed to prepare children for successful entry into Kindergarten in the Fall. Curriculum focuses on Kindergarten readiness and summer fun, with daily activities supporting social and emotional learning, explicit instruction in readiness skills, and cross content investigations in gardening.

    When: June 14, 2022 – August 4, 2022, Monday – Thursday from 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Monday – Thursday. Times may vary.

    How to Apply: Families must obtain the child's 2021-2022 VPK Certificate of Eligibility through the State Family Portal, then complete the 2022 Summer VPK Pre-Registration Form and return both to the Summer VPK school.

    NOTE: VPK Certificates & Summer VPK Pre-Registration forms for Margate Elementary must be submitted to Wingate Oaks Center.

    Where: 3 Schools (See below)

     2022 Broward County Public Schools Summer VPK

    Summer VPK Site

    Address

    City

    Zip

    Phone

    Gulfstream Early Learning Center

    120 SW 4th Avenue

    Hallandale Beach

    33009

    754-323-4700

    Margate Elementary

    500 NW 65 Avenue

    Margate

    33063

    754-322-3800

    Wingate Oaks Center 

    1211 NW 33rd Terrace

    Lauderhill

    33311

    754-321-6850


    Summer Learning Experience Countdown to Kindergarten

    Who: Seats are limited to students who are identified using the Pre-K diagnostic assessment, where available, or offered to those interested on a first-come, first-serve basis. 

    What:  Fun and engaging instruction and activities designed to prepare children for successful entry into Kindergarten in the fall.  The curriculum focuses on Kindergarten readiness and summer fun, with daily activities supporting social and emotional learning, explicit instruction in readiness skills, and cross-content investigations in gardening.         

    Where: Thirty-two (32) Broward County elementary schools.  Students will attend the site designated for their home boundary school.

    When:  June 20, 2022 – July 28, 2022, Monday – Thursday, four hours daily.  Times vary by site.           

    How to Apply:  Interested families should contact their home boundary school to inquire about available seats for this program. Seats are limited and on a first-come, first-serve basis.

    Pre-K Exceptional Student Education

    Who:  Children currently enrolled in the Pre-K ESE program in Broward County Public Schools. 

    What:  Fun and engaging instruction and activities through a curriculum program that develops the whole child, inspires learning across all domains, and grows early learners into confident kindergarten-ready students.  The goals and objectives documented on each students’ IEP will be embedded within the curriculum and teachers will focus on the goals for each individual student. 

    Where:  56 Broward County Public Elementary Schools.  Students will attend the site designated for their home boundary school.

    When:  June 20, 2022 – July 28, 2022, Monday – Thursday, four hours daily.  Times vary by site. 

    How to Apply:  Interested families should contact the ESE Specialist at their child’s school for additional information.

  • Grades K-5 Summer Learning Experience

    Who:  Qualifying students currently enrolled in a traditional Broward County Public School (BCPS) in grades K-5. Qualifying students with disabilities enrolled in the K-5 Summer Experience will have access to the general education curriculum with the support of an ESE Teacher (Support Facilitator). All accommodations, according to the student’s IEP, will be provided.

    What:  Students will participate in instruction and accompanying integration activities over the span of six weeks. Students will be immersed in standards-based content in Reading, Writing, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies and engage in high-quality STEM and Arts/Music/Debate project-based learning experiences. Social-Emotional Learning will be integrated throughout the day.

    Where:  Students will attend the site designated for the home boundary school.

    When:  June 20, 2022 – July 28, 2022, Monday – Thursday. Times vary by site with an 8:30 a.m. or 9:30 a.m. start time and runs for 4-hours.  Fee-based aftercare options may be available. Please contact the host site to obtain a list of available programs, or use the tool above.

  • 3rd Grade Summer Reading Academy

    Who:  Third-grade students that have not met any promotion criteria (includes charter school students).

    What:  Students will participate in high-quality integrated instruction in Literacy, Science, and Social Studies in preparation to move to fourth grade. Following six weeks of engaging standards-based instruction, students will have the opportunity for promotion to 4th grade if they pass the assessment administered during the final week of the program.

    Where:  Students will attend the site designated for the home boundary school.

    When:  June 20, 2022 – July 28, 2022, Monday – Thursday. Times vary by site with an 8:30 a.m. or 9:30 a.m. start time and runs for 4-hours.  Fee-based aftercare options may be available. Please contact the summer host site  to obtain a list of available programs, or use the tool above.

  • Grades 6 - 12 Summer Learning Experience

    Who: Any middle school student (grades 6-8) in need of course recovery, or any high school student (grades 9-12) in need of credit recovery who is currently enrolled in a traditional Broward County Public School. Students with Disabilities enrolled in the Summer Experience 6-12 will have access to the general education curriculum with the support of an ESE Teacher (Support Facilitator). All accommodations, according to a student’s IEP, will be provided.

    What: Participating students will follow a two-class rotation and must have at least one course for recovery. Students only needing to recover one course will have the opportunity to select an elective from the options available at the host site. Course recovery* is available, for most courses, through a hands-on, activity-based curriculum, and for other courses, a digital system will be used. Add a choice of applied learning** electives, such as Art, Music, PE, Computer Science, and others elective available at each summer site, and see school in a whole new way. Elective offerings vary by location.

    Where: Students will attend the site designated for the home boundary school.

    When: June 20, 2022 – July 28, 2022, Monday – Thursday, times vary by site with either a 7:30, 8:30, or 9:30 start time. The program runs for 4-hours. Fee-based aftercare options may be available. Please contact the summer host site to obtain a list of available programs or use the tool above.

    *Course recovery is also available through BCPS Community Schools co-enrollment program and Broward Virtual School. Students who successfully complete the course recovery sessions will be awarded credit for the course, which can be used for grade forgiveness and graduation. Please visit their respective website below for more information.

     Additional options for course recovery, credit recovery and opportunities for students to earn full credit for courses are available through Broward Virtual School. Visit bved.net for more information.

  • Extended School Year (ESY) for Students with Disabilities (SWD)

    Who: Students with Disabilities (SWD) eligible for ESY. Eligibility is an IEP committee decision and must be documented on the IEP annually.

    When: June 20, 2022 – July 28, 2022, Monday – Thursday, times vary by site with either a 7:30, 8:30, or 9:30 start time. The program runs for 4-hours. Fee-based aftercare options may be available. Please contact the summer host site to obtain a list of available programs or use the tool above.

    What: SWDs will receive services based on their IEP and instruction will focus on specific IEP goals. ESY services may include academic instruction, related services, occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech/language services, behavior support, transition services, and other services as highlighted by the IEP team.

    Where: Students will attend the site designated for the home boundary school.

  • Reclaim & Elevate

    Who: Students from select schools who are participating in the K-5 Summer Learning Experience.

    What: Students will receive instruction from specially-training, certified teachers. Students will participate in high-quality instruction in science- and social studies-integrated literacy and mathematics lessons. Their day will be wrapped in social-emotional learning activities and include engagement in high-quality STEM, Art, Music, Debate, and/or project-based learning activities. Teachers will differentiate learning for students during the instructional block by focusing on direct and small group instruction across the content areas to address and mitigate instructional gaps.

    Where: Select sites based on school selection criteria.

    When: June 20, 2022 – July 28, 2022, Monday – Thursday, times vary by site with either a 7:30, 8:30, or 9:30 start time. The program runs for 4-hours. Fee-based aftercare options may be available. Please contact the summer host site to obtain a list of available programs or use the tool above.

  • 21st Century/MECCA Community Learning Centers

    21st CCLC programs are created to engage students in hands-on academic and personal enrichment. The key components focus on ELA, Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM), character education, health & nutrition, and career and college readiness. The program is available to all district public schools, charter schools, and private school students in grades K-12 based on location. Breakfast and lunch are provided to all students.

    Transportation is also available to district public school students. All programs operate Monday through Thursday, for a minimum of 8 hours except for Elementary schools which operates through Friday.

    Programs begin at 8 am and ending times vary based on locations. Please contact participating sites for more information.





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