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Summer Programs

July 6 to August 5, 2022

Supporting Summer Success

Summer programs are designed to support students' continued learning, growth, and achievement over summer break.

Summer programs fall into four categories: academic, enrichment, transition, and athletics. Browse the summer program descriptions below, and contact your local school directly for more information on specific programs. You can also search for many programs on the summer program dashboard. Programs will be added to the dashboard as they are updated by schools.

Not all programs are open to all students. Some students will receive or may have already received a letter about mandatory summer program participation; please follow the directions in that letter to access the appropriate program.

All programs will be offered in-person and schools will be required to follow all established health protocols outlined in the District’s current COVID-19 mitigation strategies. To learn more, review our COVID-19 Safety Guidance.

For any additional questions about summer program offerings, please contact your local school.

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Academic Programs

Designed to provide students with extra academic support in core subjects.


Bridge+ provides students with extra math and reading instruction, as well as enrichment activities and social and emotional supports. Bridge+ is mandatory for students in third, sixth, and eighth grades who received below a “C” on their final report card in reading and/or math and do not meet grade promotion criteria. Families of students that are required to attend BRIDGE+ will receive a letter from their school before the end of the school year. Families of students that are eligible, but not required, to attend BRIDGE+ will receive a registration invitation by June 1.

Enrichment Programs

Designed to challenge students to think critically and work collaboratively through project- and inquiry-based learning approaches, as well as nurture their creativity and curiosity through exposure to the arts, technology, world culture, and beyond.


CSI Summer of Learning offers students educational field trips and enrichment opportunities that are centered on science, technology, engineering, math, and the arts. CSI Summer of Learning also provides adult education workshops and community programming.

Transition Programs

Designed to support purposeful academic transitions for students and their families by equipping them with resources, guidance, and peer connections.


Preview to Pre-k is designed to support students entering pre-k through social-emotional learning, community building, and engaging enrichment activities. Families of students that are eligible to attend Preview to Pre-k will receive an invitation from their school.

Athletic Programs

Provide students with the opportunity to engage in sports and physical activity in a safe, controlled, and positive environment that promotes teamwork, leadership, and self-confidence.

Summer Sports Skills Camps offer students in 5th through 12th grade the opportunity to develop their skills in their favorite sport, or learn a new one. Camps are free of charge. Register to reserve your child's spot in a skills camp.

Partner Programs

Browse more summer programs from our partner organizations.

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