The Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District 2020 Summer School program will offer exciting classroom experiences for students in need of additional academic support at all grade levels.
Our programs will begin June 15th and end July 10th.
Elementary Program and Middle School Program- Junction Avenue K-8
- This year, the enrollment process has been streamlined. Elementary students will be invited to participate in programs based on diagnostic tests and literacy assessments. Invitations will be sent electronically to homes. This invitation process applies to our K-2 Early Literacy Academy and the K-5 English Language Development Academy. Class sizes are small, and as a result, we anticipate that seats will fill quickly from our pool of invitees. A waiting list will be maintained and wait-listed will be invited to fill any existing vacancies.
- The Middle School G.R.I.T Program (Guts, Resilience, Integrity and Tenacity) is a support program for students who are teacher and site-selected. Schools will issue invitations and parents will submit the appropriate paperwork to complete the registration process.
High School and Bridge Programs – Granada High School
- High School (9-12) students will be notified by their school counselors of potential credit deficiency. Students and parents will be asked to complete the application and turn in the original copy signed by a counselor or principal to the school secretary.
- Bridge Program for incoming freshmen who are college bound and need support through their freshman year of high school. Teacher/counselor referrals only.
Extended School Year Program–Croce Elementary, Junction K-8, Granada High School
Special Education Students may participate in the Extended School Year (ESY) program. Eligibility is determined through the IEP (Individual Education Plan) process, and parent contacts will be made by the Special Education teacher.
For more information about summer school, please contact Carmen Roman, District Summer School Secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org