Academic Summer Enrichment Opportunities 2021

Program Dates/Times Description
June HB4545 Tutoring Opportunity for 3rd - 8th grade students June 6 – June 21, Mon.-Thu.

This program will provide reading and math accelerated instruction during the summer for students who were not successful on their Spring STAAR exams. This accelerated instruction will count toward the HB4545 30-hour accelerated instruction requirement.

HS Credit Recovery for Seniors June 6 – June 21, Mon.-Thu.

Credit recovery/make up incomplete or failing grades. Courses: English 3 and 4; Pre-calculus; Chemistry; Government; Economics; Physics.

HS End of Course (EOC) Prep June 6 – June 21, Mon.-Thu. This program will work to provide support for students needing to pass the summer administration of the EOC during the week of June 20-23, 2022.

ACE 21st Century Austin Program

Session I:
June 6 – June 30
Mon.-Thu.

Session II:
July 11–14
Mon. - Thu.

Times will vary by campus but each will provide a minimum of 5 hours per day

ACE website

Academic assistance and enrichment targeted to students in need of academic, attendance, and behavioral support. Activities may include fine arts, sports, tutoring, STEM and other activities selected in alignment with campus needs and assets.

Third Base

Camp Heatwave

June 6–July 29
Mon.-Fri.
7:30 a.m.–6:00 p.m.

(7 weekly sessions)

Third Base website

Camp Heatwave website

Camp Heatwave 2022 will include the following activities: Field Trips, swimming (if COA pools open this summer), outdoor play, gym games, arts and crafts, games/puzzles, Legos, dramatic play, DEAR time (Drop Everything and Read) and more.

Camp Heatwave is more than a fun day camp, it is a summer program designed to keep children involved, creatively challenged, physically active and safe during their time off from school.

Prime Time Summer Enrichment Program

 June 6–30, Mon.-Thu.
8 a.m.–3:30 p.m.

Prime Time Website

Provide support for enrichment classes and field trips at Prime Time Campuses serving on average of 100 students per site.

The summer program is free for AISD students in Kindergarten through 4th grade.

PreK/Kinder (MET)

June 6–June 30, Mo.-Thu.
7:30 a.m.–2:20 p.m.

Multilingual Summer School website

Multilingual summer school provides opportunities to receive exciting and fun language development experiences to prepare students to be successful in kindergarten and first grade.
NewComer Program – MS June 6–June 30, Mon.-Thu.
8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.

To provide culturally sustaining sheltered instruction that engages Emergent Bilinguals in real world challenges as well as to provide students with the opportunity to get acclimated with the school environment.

Webb MS, Covington MS

NewComer Program – HS June 6–June 30, Mon.-Thu.
9:00 a.m.–1:15 p.m.

To provide culturally sustaining sheltered instruction that engages Emergent Bilinguals in real world challenges as well as to provide students with the opportunity to get acclimated with the school environment.

International HS

ECP Summer Bridge June 6–June 30th, Mon.-Thu.
9:15 a.m.–1:15 p.m.
Will provide support to incoming freshman to engage in TSIA2 prep testing and College Readiness Instruction
CTE Summer Enrichment Campus June 13–16, Mon.-Thu.
9:15 a.m.–1:15 p.m.    

Rising sixth and seventh grade students will have the opportunity to explore the following CTE pathways: Robotics, Manufacturing, STEM, Health Science, Culinary Arts and Cosmetology. Student will participate in daily hands on activities and participate in field trips. Guest speakers will also be on hand to provide some real world experiences. The TAME trailer will be at both locations for students to explore STEM activities   

Special Education Extended School Year Services (ESY)

 June 6–July 14

 

ESY services provide individualized instruction and services to prevent the severe or substantial loss of skills or learning during the time beyond the regular school year when schools are not in session.

This service is for students that qualify for special education supports and services. 

Special Education Compensatory Service June 6–July 14

Compensatory services provide a student with a disability the educational services needed to make up for skills or learning that may have been lost when services described in an IEP were not provided.

This service is for students that qualify for special education supports and services.