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2015 Ann Arbor Public Schools
Summer School Opportunities

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Elementary
Summer Learning Institute

June 29 - July 30

Summer School for Middle School Students

June 29 - July 24

Summer School Programs for High School Students

June 24 - July 29

Note: Only Middle School students who have been recommended by their counselor will be eligible to attend the middle school summer school classes. For more information, please contact your student's counselor.

Extended School Year (ESY) Services at King Elementary

ESY – Extended School Year services are offered to K-12 Special Education students with IEPs who were found eligible for services. ESY services are provided to special education students to support the maintenance of skills and services as determined by the IEP team.  Extended School Year services will be provided at King Elementary from July 6, 2105 – August 6, 2015, Monday – Thursday from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm. For more information, call Dr. Elaine Brown at 994-2318.


Preschool Extended School Year (ESY) Services

ESY services will be provided to students who were identified per their IEP as needing ESY services. The services will be provided at the Ann Arbor Preschool & Family Center, 2775 Boardwalk. Services will be provided July 6, 2015 – August 6, 2015 from 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., Monday – Thursday.

Services will be provided for Early On (0 -3 years of age). The preschool staff will contact parents individually. The Early On services will be provided from July 6, 2015 - August 6, 2015 from 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Call Dr. Elaine Brown at 994-2318 if you have questions.


Title I Summer School at Scarlett
AAPS & U of M School of Education Partnership

Title I eligible students (rising 6th, 7th,  & 8th), recommended by administration from Allen, Burns Park, Carpenter, Mitchell, Pattengill, Pittsfield and Scarlett will be supported in targeted reading, social studies, math and writing curriculum. July 6 – July 30, 8:00 am- 1:00 pm. Monday - Thursday.  For more information call Mrs. Goodman at 997-1223.


Title III Summer School at Scarlett
AAPS & U of M School of Education Partnership

This summer program is for Title III eligible students (rising 4th – 8th) from Allen, Burns Park, Carpenter, Pittsfield, Mitchell, Scarlett & Tappan who are recommended by administration. The content will focus on English language, informational reading, writing, art & technology.  Monday – Friday, July 6 – July 26, 8:00 am – 1:00 pm.  For more information call Mrs. Goodman at 997-1223.


Title III Summer School at Clague

This summer program is for students from the Clague, Forsythe, and Slauson attendance areas who have completed grades 5-8 and are eligible for ELL services. The program runs from 9:00 – 12:30, June 24th - July 17th Monday - Friday  (except July 3rd).  The program will concentrate on reading, math, vocabulary, writing, social studies, and technology based projects with a thematic approach evolving around inventors and innovation.  If you wish to enroll a student or have any program/school questions, please email Mary-Margaret Cornish at Cornish@aaps.k12.mi.us .


Summer Music Program

The Ann Arbor Public Schools Music Program is open to all levels of instrumental music students, rising grades 6-12 open to all students wanting to enroll.  Classes include Band, Jazz, Orchestra, and a New Instrument class for those students who desire instruction on a different instrument than the one they are currently playing.  Dates:  Class dates vary between June 22-July 17, 2015 with July 4th off.

Time:  Classes meet 4 days per week (Monday-Thursday).  Class dates and times vary, see class descriptions on the website.

http://www.a2schools.org/ins.artmusic/summer_music_program


Summer GED Preparation Class

The AAPS Adult Education GED Summer Preparation Class will help you reach the goal of passing the new test. The class is free and open to adults. You do not need to live in the district. Registration is on Wednesday, July 1 from 1 – 4 p.m. at Malletts Creek Library. Classes will be held at Malletts Creek Library on Mondays & Wednesdays from 1 – 4 p.m.  The first day of class is July 6.   AATA bus tokens are provided for those who need them.  For more information call the Adult Ed Office at 997-1250.