• Programas de PGCPS de verano del 2019

    Programas de PGCPS de verano del 2019

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  • Programas de escuela intermedia
  • Programas de escuela superior 

  • Programas de múltiples niveles

  • Detalles sobre los programas de verano

  • Información general 

    Introducción

    Los programas de verano de las Escuelas Públicas del Condado de Prince George (PGCPS) ofrecen a los estudiantes oportunidades de aceleración, enriquecimiento y recuperación de créditos o créditos originales. Utilice la Guía de Programas de Verano del 2019 para ver las opciones disponibles e informarse sobre la inscripción.  La disponibilidad del programa dependerá de las matrículas. El cupo es limitado. ¡Solicite su admisión ya!

    Esta Guía de Programas de Verano del 2019 está disponible en www1.pgcps.org/summerschool/. La información en esta publicación podría modificarse.  Para más detalles, por favor, consulte con su consejero escolar, llame a la Oficina de Programas de Verano al 301-808-1124 o envíe un correo electrónico a summerschool@pgcps.org.


    Inscripción

    Para recuperar créditos, los estudiantes deben de obtener un formulario de inscripción del consejero en la escuela de origen. Las fechas, los horarios y la información sobre la inscripción aparecen en esta guía bajo el programa de verano indicado. Según los requisitos del programa, es posible que se pidan documentos adicionales.


    Centros

    Las direcciones de los centros están publicadas en http://www1.pgcps.org/schools/.


    Exenciones de las cuotas de matrícula

    Las solicitudes para la exención de las cuotas de matrícula están disponibles solamente para los programas de recuperación de créditos. Los estudiantes inscritos en el programa de comidas gratuitas o a precio reducido podrían obtener una exención del 25 por ciento o menos del costo total de la matrícula de un curso por estudiante.  Las solicitudes de exención finalizadas, firmadas por el director de la escuela de origen, deben entregarse al momento de la inscripción. Solo los estudiantes de PGCPS reúnen los requisitos para solicitar una exención de las cuotas de matrícula.


    Reembolso

    Se les conceden reembolsos a los estudiantes que se vean obligados a retirarse de la clase durante la primera semana del año escolar. Las solicitudes de reembolso deben presentarse en el formulario correspondiente, junto con el recibo original, en la sede de la escuela de verano donde el estudiante se inscribió


    Asistencia

    Los estudiantes con más de dos (2) ausencias o seis (6) impuntualidades serán retirados y no cumplirán los requisitos para recibir créditos, calificaciones o reembolso.

    La mayoría de programas se reúnen de lunes a jueves, de acuerdo con el horario de verano de días de apertura y cierre de PGCPS. Véase el programa individual para las fechas de reunión programadas. Todas las escuelas y oficinas estarán cerradas el 4 de julio.

    Si se modifica el calendario de PGCPS, se ajustarán las fechas de verano.


    Derechos y responsabilidades del estudiante

    Todo estudiante debe adherirse a lo estipulado en el Manual de Derechos y Responsabilidades del Estudiante. Por favor, consulte el Procedimiento Administrativo 10101 en www1.pgcps.org/administrativeprocedures/.


    Normas de vestimenta

    Los estudiantes deben vestirse de manera aseada, adecuada y segura. No es obligatorio llevar uniforme.


    Informes de progreso

    SchoolMAX no está disponible durante el verano. Por favor envíe un correo electrónico a la maestra para pedir una actualización de los programas de recuperación de créditos y créditos originales. No se asignarán calificaciones para los programas de enriquecimiento ni los programas puente.


    Calificaciones finales

    Las calificaciones de los programas de recuperación de créditos y créditos originales serán publicadas en SchoolMAX una semana después de finalizar el programa de verano. No se asignarán calificaciones para los programas de enriquecimiento ni los programas puente.


    Currículo de verano

    El currículo lo desarrolla el personal del área del contenido y está alineado con los estándares del contenido.


    Formas de pago para los programas de verano

    Todos los programas aceptan giros postales. Muchos aceptan Visa, MasterCard o Discover Card por medio de la aplicación MySchoolBucks para pagos por internet. Los pagos no se pueden efectuar mediante cheques.


    Estudiantes no matriculados en las Escuelas Públicas del Condado de Prince George

    Los estudiantes externos a PGCPS se pueden inscribir solo en los programas de recuperación de créditos y créditos originales. Al matricularse, estos estudiantes deben presentar un expediente académico y una carta de la escuela indicando que el curso de créditos que tomó durante el verano equivale al curso que necesita.


    Transporte

    Si usted tiene algún problema de transporte o preguntas, por favor llame al 301-952-6570 o envíe un correo electrónico a transpor@pgcps.org.


    Definiciones de programas

      • Los programas puente (Bridge) preparan a los estudiantes con las aptitudes académicas necesarias para efectuar una transición exitosa de la escuela intermedia a la superior.
      • Los programas de enriquecimiento brindan a los estudiantes una experiencia de aprendizaje extendida.
      • Los programas de créditos originales ofrecen créditos que se pueden aplicar al cumplimiento de los requisitos para la graduación.
      • La recuperación de créditos permite a los estudiantes de escuela intermedia y superior la oportunidad de adquirir créditos que anteriormente intentaron adquirir, con el fin de cumplir con los requisitos de promoción o graduación. 

  • Programas basados en escuelas 


    Solo se pueden inscribir en los programas basados en escuelas los estudiantes que asisten a la escuela indicada. Comuníquese con el administrador del programa para obtener más información general, así como información sobre costos/adaptaciones.

     

    Nombre de la escuela/programa

    Grado escolar

    Fecha/hora

    Contacto

    Academia de Ciencias de la Salud en la Universidad Comunitaria de Prince George

    Programas Puente de Verano

    2019-2020 estudiantes a punto de cursar la Academia de Ciencias de Salud en la Universidad Comunitaria de Prince George.

    8 de julio - 18 de julio del 2019

    8:30 a. m. - 2:00 p. m.

    Andria Nungesser

    301-546-7247

    andri.nungesser@pgcps.org

    Escuela Primaria Avalon

    Academia de Preparación Avalon

    Lectura y matemáticas, primer a tercer grado

    8 de julio - 1 de agosto del 2019

    8:00 a. m. - 12:00 p. m.

    Kim Brent

    (240)-681-4967

    kim.brent@pgcps.org

    Escuela Intermedia Benjamin Stoddert

    ¡YES! Siglas en inglés para el programa Servicios de Empoderamiento de Jóvenes en la Escuela Intermedia Benjamin Stoddert

    Estudiantes a punto de cursar el sexto, séptimo y octavo grado.

    1 de julio - 13 de agosto del 2019

    9:00 a. m. - 3:00 p. m.

    Carolyn Keemer

    carolyn.keemer@pgcps.org

    Escuela Superior Bladensburg

    BHS Mustangs Programa Puente de Verano

    Estudiantes a punto de cursar el noveno grado

    8 - 25 de julio del 2019

    8:30 a. m. - 1:00 p. m.

    Jennifer Jones

    Jennifer3.jones@pgcps.org

    Neil Hartigan

    neil.hartigan@pgcps.org

    301-887-6700

    Escuela Intermedia Buck Lodge

    Programa STEM de verano en Buck Lodge

    Estudiantes a punto de cursar el sexto, séptimo y octavo grado

    1 de julio - 31 de julio del 2019

     8:00 a. m. - 1:00 p. m.

    Maria Leonard

    301-431-6290




    mtleo@pgcps.org

    Escuela Intermedia Charles Carroll en la Escuela Superior Parkdale

    Programa de Transición en la Escuela Intermedia Charles Carroll

    Estudiantes a punto de cursar el sexto o el séptimo grado

    8 de julio - 11 de julio del 2019

    15 de julio - 18 de julio del 2019

    8:00 a. m. - 1:00 p. m.

    Tiffani Sheppard

    Cherita Hogan

    301-918-8640

    tiffani.Sheppard@pgcps.org

    cherita.hogan@pgcps.org

    Escuela Chárter Pública Chesapeake de Matemáticas y Tecnología Informática

    Programa Puente de verano

    Estudiantes a punto de cursar el sexto grado

    5 de agosto - 15 de agosto del 2019

    9:00 a. m. - 12:00 p. m.

    Jessica Linnenkamp

    301-350-6051 jessica.lash@pgcps.org

    Escuela Primaria Cool Spring

    Programa de escuela de verano Título I en la Escuela Primaria Cool Spring

    Estudiantes a punto de cursar el primer y el segundo grado

    24 de julio - 1 de agosto del 2019

    Miércoles y jueves

    8:00 a. m. - 12:00 p. m.

    Stacy Cain

    (301) 431-6200

    stacy.cain@pgcps.org

    Escuela Primaria Cool Spring

    Año Prolongado en el Centro Judy P. Hoyer en Adelphi

    Prekínder y kínder

    1 de julio - 1 de agosto del 2019

    9:00 a. m. - 3:00 p. m.

    Andrea Hall

    andrea2.hall@pgcps.org

    301-408-6860

    Campamento de verano de inmersión en francés en Dora Kennedy

    Kínder, primer, segundo, tercer, cuarto, quinto, sexto, séptimo y octavo grado

    24 de junio - 11 de julio del 2019

    9:00 a. m. - 4:00 p. m.

    Cuidado infantil antes de clases (8:00 a. m. - 9:00 a. m.) y después de clases (4:00 p. m. - 5:00 p. m.) es gratuito.

    Mahjoub Darrehmane

    301-918-8660

    mahj.darrehmane@pgcps.org

    Inmersión en francés Dora Kennedy
    Academia de STEAM y Cultura Mandarín de verano

    Estudiantes PGCPS

    8 de julio - 25 de julio del 2019

    9:00 a. m. - 3:15 p. m.

    Ruby Shu Costea

    301-513-5300 x 57938

    shu.costea@pgcps.org

    Escuela Superior Eleanor Roosevelt

    Inicio acelerado para el 2020 (Jumnpstart)

    Estudiantes a punto de cursar el décimo, decimoprimero y decimosegundo grado

    24 de junio - 28 de junio del 2019

    8:30 a. m. - 3:30 p. m.

    Yvette Goslee yvette.goslee@pgcps.org

    301-513-5400 extensión 82438

    Escuela Primaria Forest Heights

    Programa de verano Owlets SOAR en la Escuela Primaria Forest Heights

    Estudiantes a punto de cursar el segundo, tercer, cuarto, quinto y sexto grado

    8 de julio - 4 de agosto del 2019

    8:45 a. m. - 12:15 p. m.

    Sra. Montinike Miller

    301-749-4220

    montinike.miller@pgcps.org

    Escuela Intermedia G. James Gholson

    Título I: oportunidades de aprendizaje preliminares (ELO) de verano del 2019

    Estudiantes a punto de cursar el sexto, séptimo o octavo grado

    1 de julio - 29 de julio del 2019

    8:30 a. m. - 2:00 p. m.

    Emily Madison

    301-883-8390

    emily.madison@pgcps.org

    Escuela Intermedia Greenbelt

    Rendimiento a nivel superior

    Estudiantes a punto de cursar el sexto o séptimo grado

    24 de junio - 2 agosto del 2019

    8:30 a. m. - 4:00 p. m.

    Daria N. Valentine  Daria.Valentine@pgcps.org

    Escuela Superior Internacional Langley Park (IHSLP) en el salón de clases orientado a la comunidad (5150 Annapolis Road)

    Campamento de dominio lingüístico

    Estudiantes de IHSLP

    8 de julio - 1 de agosto del 2019

    8:00 a. m. - 2:30 p. m.

    Daniel Sass

    301-702-3910

    daniel.sass@pgcps.org

    Escuela Superior Internacional: Largo en el salón de clases orientado a la comunidad

    Campamento de dominio lingüístico

    Estudiantes de

    8 de julio - 1 de agosto del 2019

    8:00 a. m. - 2:30 p. m.

    Alison Hanks-Sloan

    301-702-3810

    alison.hankssloan@pgcps.org

    Escuela Superior Internacional de Largo en el Centro William S. Schmidt

    Programa de enriquecimiento IHSLA en el Campamento Schmidt

    Estudiantes de IHS en Largo

    8 de julio - 1 de agosto del 2019

    8:00 a. m. - 4:00 p. m.

    Alison Hanks-Sloan

    301-702-3810

    alison.hankssloan@pgcps.org

    Escuela Primaria Lamont

    Academia de Estudiantes Ascendentes en la Escuela Primaria Lamont

    Estudiantes a punto de cursar el segundo o el tercer grado

    1 de julio - 31 de julio del 2019

    8:00 a. m. - 12:30 p. m.

    TraDonna Mallard

    301-513-5205

    tradonna.mallard@pgcps.org

    Escuela Intermedia Martin Luther King, Jr. (MKING)

    Programa Puente de verano en MKING

    Estudiantes a punto de cursar el séptimo grado en MKING

    8 de julio - 25 de julio del 2019

    9:00 a. m. - 3:00 a. m.

    Travia Fuller

    travia.fuller@pgcps.org

    301-572-0650

    Escuela Primaria Mt. Rainier

    Programa de aprendizaje de verano en la Escuela Primaria Mt. Ranier

    Estudiantes a punto de cursar el kínder, o el primer o segundo grado

    22 de julio - 8 de agosto del 2019

    8:30 a. m. - 12:00 p. m.

    Melissa Ericsson

    301-985-1810

    melissa.ericsson@pgcps.org

    Escuela Intermedia Nicholas Orem

     Programa de transición al sexto grado

    Estudiantes a punto de cursar el sexto grado

    17 de julio - 15 de agosto del 2019

    9:30 a. m.- 12:30 p. m.

    Stacy Tomlinson

    301-853-0840

    stacy.tomlinson@pgcps.org

    Inmersión Total en Español en la Escuela Overlook

    Campamento de verano STEM de inmersión en español en la Escuela Overlook



    Estudiantes a punto de cursar los grados K-5

    8 de julio - 25 de julio del 2019

    9:00 a. m. - 4:00 p. m.

    Nancy Cintron

    301-702-3831

    nancy.cintronamaya@pgcps.org

    Escuela Primaria Paint Branch

    Academia de Verano Busy Bees

    Estudiantes a punto de cursar el primer, segundo o tercer grado

    15 de julio - 25 de julio del 2019

    8:30 a. m. - 12:30 p. m.

    Donna Spriggs Missouri

    301-513-5300

    Escuela Primaria Panorama

    Campamento de verano de lectura y matemáticas Título 1

    Estudiantes a punto de cursar el kínder, o el primer, segundo, tercer o cuarto grado

    9 de julio - 26 de julio del 2019

    7:30 a. m. - 11:30 a. m.

    Marivit Gamboa

    301-702-3870

    marivit.mariano@pgcps.org

    Escuela Primaria Ridgecrest

    Academia de Triunfadores Título 1

    Estudiantes seleccionados con un rendimiento en matemáticas y lectura inferior al nivel de su grado

    8 de julio - 15 de agosto del 2019

    8:00 a. m. - 11:00 a. m.

    Emily Dus

    301-853-0820

    emily.dus@pgcps.org

    Escuela Primaria Robert Frost

    Rising Tigers

    Estudiantes de primer, segundo, tercer y cuarto grado cuyo rendimiento en matemáticas y lectura es inferior al nivel de su grado

    1 de julio - 1 de agosto del 2019

    8:00 a. m. - 1:00 p. m.

    Kathleen Bechtold

    301-918-8792

    kathle.bechtold@pgcps.org

    Escuela Primaria Robert R. Gray

    Academia de Rendimiento (Achievement Academy)

    Estudiantes a punto de cursar el kínder, o el primero o segundo grado

    8 de julio - 1 de agosto del 2019

    8:30 a. m.- 12:30 p. m.

    Stephen Isler

    301-537-2228

    stephen.isler@pgcps.org

    Academia Samuel P. Massie

    Programa Gateway de Enriquecimiento de Verano

    Estudiantes a punto de cursar el sexto o séptimo grado

    8 de julio - 1 de agosto del 2019

    9:00 a. m. - 1:00 p. m

    Sharon Hill

    301-602-0160

    sharon.hill@pgcps.org

    Escuela Primaria Springhill Lake en la Escuela Primaria Greenbel

    Programa Soaring Eagles de Aprendizaje para Estudiantes

    Estudiantes a punto de cursar el kínder, o el primer, segundo, tercer o cuarto grado

    8 de julio - 8 de agosto del 2019

    8:30 a. m. - 12:30 p. m.

    Tamara Wood

    301-513-5996

    tamara.wood@pgcps.org

    Escuela Primaria Suitland  

    Promising Panthers

    Estudiantes a punto de cursar el primer, segundo, tercer, cuarto o quinto grado

    8 de julio - 8 de agosto del 2019

    8:30 a. m. - 12:30 p. m.

    Winona Tyler

    301-817-3770

    winona.tyler@pgcps.org

    Escuela Primaria Thomas S. Stone

    Academia P.R.I.D.E. Alive Tiger

    Estudiantes a punto de cursar el primer, segundo, tercer, cuarto o quinto grado

    9, 10, 16, 17, 23, 24, 30, 31 de julio y  6, 7, 13, 14 de agosto del 2019

    (martes y miércoles)

    8:00 a. m. - 12:30 p. m.

    Jennifer Palo

    301-985-1890

    jennifer.palo@pgcps.org

    Escuela Intermedia Thurgood Marshall

    Caminos al Éxito (Pathways to Success)

    Estudiantes a punto de cursar el sexto, séptimo o octavo grado

    9 de julio - 1 de agosto del 2019

    8:30 a. m.- 2:30 p. m.

    Julia Williams

     301-741-0232

    jwilliams@erhkyfoundation.com

           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
           
         
  • Programas de escuela intermedia
  • Credit Recovery Middle School

    ESTA PAGINA SE ACTUALIZO POR ULTIMA VEZ: 2019-04-29

    DESCRIPCION DEL PROGRAMA

    Download the 2019 Middle School Credit Recovery Brochure

    My Schoolbucks Guidance Document for Parents

    My Schoolbucks Guidance Document for Counselors

    The credit recovery middle school summer school program provides instruction for students in need of credit recovery in Reading/English Language Arts (R/ELA) and Mathematics.

    QUIEN DEBERIA SOLICITAR LA INSCRIPCION

    Reading: This program is designed for current 7th and 8th graders who are reading below grade level as determined by their end-of-year Scholastic Reading Inventory (SRI) and/or failing R/ELA grades.

    Mathematics: This program is designed for current 7th and 8th graders who are struggling with specific mathematics concepts. Eligibility will be determined by mathematics assessment data and/or failing math grades.

    Professional School Counselors will notify parents of students who are selected for the summer school program.

    COMO INSCRIBIRSE

    For student course eligibility, forms, and brochure, please contact the Professional School Counselor at the student’s base school.

    Regular Registration – Stephen Decatur Middle School and Greenbelt Middle School

    Tuesday, June 18, 2019, 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

    Wednesday, June 19, 2019, 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

    Wednesday, June 26, 2019, 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

    Thursday, June 27, 2019, 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

    Saturday, June 29, 2019, 9:00 a.m. -- 1:00 p.m.

    INFORMACION DE CONTACTO

    William Kitchings

    301-449-4994

    secondary.summer@pgcps.org

    CENTROS ESCOLARES

    Stephen Decatur Middle School

    Greenbelt Middle School

    SESIONES DEL CURSO

    July 8 – August 1, 2019

    Monday – Thursday

    8:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

    COSTO Y SERVICIOS

    PGCPS Student Only: Tuition $200 + Registration Fee $25

    FARMS Student: Tution $100 + Registration Fee $25

    Non PGCPS Student Who Attends A Maryland Private School: Tuition $645 + Registration Fee $25

    Non Resident: Non PGCPS Student Who Does Not Attend A Maryland Public Or Private School : Tuition $645 + Registration Fee $ 25

    Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

    Transportation will not be provided.

     

    STEM Middle School Project Summer Program

    ESTA PAGINA SE ACTUALIZO POR ULTIMA VEZ: 2019-03-20

    DESCRIPCION DEL PROGRAMA

    The Middle School STEM Summer Bridge Program is for selected students at Thomas Johnson Middle School to assist them with the transition from elementary to middle school.  Through the use of hands-on, minds-on STEM activities, students will be supported as they develop skills and processes that will prepare them for success in middle school and beyond.


    QUIEN DEBERIA SOLICITAR LA INSCRIPCION

    Selected students entering Oxon Hill Middle School and Thomas Johnson Middle School

    COMO INSCRIBIRSE

    Parents and students of the schools listed below will be notified of their eligibility for participation.

    INFORMACION DE CONTACTO

    Felicia J. Martin Latief

    Felicia.Martin@pgcps.org

    240-696-6255

     

    CENTROS ESCOLARES

    Oxon Hill Middle School New Location: Indian Queen Elementary School

    Thomas Johnson Middle School New Location: Parkdale High School

    SESIONES DEL CURSO

    July 8, 2019 - July 25, 2019

    Monday - Thursday

    9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

    COSTO Y SERVICIOS

    There is no fee for students.

    Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

    Transportation will not be provided.

  • Programas de escuela superior 

  • Academic Validation Program

    ESTA PAGINA SE ACTUALIZO POR ULTIMA VEZ: 2019-04-29

    DESCRIPCION DEL PROGRAMA

    The Bridge Plan for Academic Validation is an optional program available for students who are having difficulty passing an Algebra 1, English 10 or Government high school assessment. The program has been developed by the Maryland State Board of Education and will be administered by Prince George’s County Public Schools. Students will have an opportunity to complete one content area project during the summer program. Students must be rising seniors or potential August 2019 graduates.

    QUIEN DEBERIA SOLICITAR LA INSCRIPCION

    In order to be eligible for the program, students must meet the following criteria:

    • enrolled in and passing all classes needed for graduation;

    • attending school regularly according to the attendance policy;

    • completed all other graduation requirements;

    • classified as a rising senior in high school;

    • potential August 2019 graduate only in need of one content area project to complete graduation requirements.

    COMO INSCRIBIRSE

    For student course eligibility, forms, and brochure, contact the school counselor at the student’s base school. With the assistance of the Professional School Counselor, eligible students must complete a Student Registration packet and pay by credit card (Master Card, Visa, or Discover Card only) or money order at the time of registration.


    Registration – Northwestern High School & Surrattsville High School

    Tuesday, June 18, 2019, 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

    Wednesday, June 19, 2019, 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

     

    Thursday, June 20, 2019, 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.


    INFORMACION DE CONTACTO

    Ann Pyon

    ann.pyon@pgcps.org

    secondary.summer@pgcps.org

    240-696-8659, ext. 45214

    CENTROS ESCOLARES

    Charles H. Flowers High School

    SESIONES DEL CURSO

    June 24 – June 27, 2019  - LSN Government

    July 1 - July 18, 2019 - Algebra 1 and English 10

    8:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

    COSTO Y SERVICIOS

    The cost is pending.

    All required documents must be completed and presented with full payment at time of registration. Payment must be by money order for the exact full amount payable to Prince George’s County Public Schools or by credit card (MasterCard, Visa, or Discover Card only).

    Meals will not be provided.

    Transportation will not be provided.

    Aerospace Engineering and Aviation Technology Bridge

    ESTA PAGINA SE ACTUALIZO POR ULTIMA VEZ: 2019-03-20

    DESCRIPCION DEL PROGRAMA

    The Aerospace Engineering and Aviation Technology Bridge program is designed to assist incoming Aerospace program students at DuVal High School with the transition from middle to high school. Students will participate in science, math, technology, and study skills sessions. The program will include several hands-on activities and labs.  Students will work together to complete a group project. Students will be able to make real-world science and engineering connections by attending a research institution.

    QUIEN DEBERIA SOLICITAR LA INSCRIPCION

    Any incoming 9th grade & new 10th grade Aerospace Engineering and Aviation Technology Program student at DuVal High School.

    COMO INSCRIBIRSE

    Applications will be distributed during registration and must be submitted to the Aerospace Engineering and Aviation Technology Coordinator at DuVal High School by April 25, 2019.

    INFORMACION DE CONTACTO

     

    Felicia Martin Latief

    STEM@pgcps.org

    240-696-6255


    Christina Howland

     

    dhsaero@pgcps.org


     

     

    CENTROS ESCOLARES

    Parkdale High School

    SESIONES DEL CURSO

    July 8, 2019 - July 25, 2019

    Monday - Thursday

    9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

    COSTO Y SERVICIOS

    There is no fee to students.

    Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

    Transportation will not be provided.

    3D Scholars Orientation

    ESTA PAGINA SE ACTUALIZO POR ULTIMA VEZ: 2019-04-29

    DESCRIPCION DEL PROGRAMA

    This program is designed to assist incoming 3D Scholars with the transition from middle school to high school. Students will participate in sessions designed to equip 9th and 10th-graders with tools and strategies to succeed in Dual Enrollment and Accuplacer Testing.  Students will also be exposed to information in the three degree areas and will receive materials and resources to prepare them for their next steps in the program. Students will connect with both higher education institutions, Prince George’s Community College and University of Maryland University College.

    QUIEN DEBERIA SOLICITAR LA INSCRIPCION

    Students who have been accepted into the 3D scholars program.  Incoming 9th and 10th graders ONLY

    COMO INSCRIBIRSE

    Students will apply with the 3D Scholars program coordinator, Ms. Alao at Charles Flowers High School

    INFORMACION DE CONTACTO

    Ms. Tumisha Alao, 3D Scholars Program Coordinator

    tumisha.alao@pgcps.org

    301-636-8000


     

    CENTROS ESCOLARES

    Charles H. Flowers High School

    SESIONES DEL CURSO

    July 8th - July 18th from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm

    COSTO Y SERVICIOS

    Food and transportation will not be provided.


    High School Credit Recovery and Original Credit

    ESTA PAGINA SE ACTUALIZO POR ULTIMA VEZ: 2019-04-29

    DESCRIPCION DEL PROGRAMA

    Download the 2019 High School Credit Recovery & Original Credit Brochure

    My SchoolBucks Guidance Document for Parents

    My SchoolBucks Guidance Document for Counselors

    The Credit Recovery and Original Credit program provides an opportunity for currently enrolled high school students to take courses in traditional classroom settings during the day and/or in the evening for original credit (enrolled in course for the first time); repeat credit (course repeated). Graduation at the end of the program is available for eligible students.

    QUIEN DEBERIA SOLICITAR LA INSCRIPCION

    Students currently enrolled in Grades 9–12 interested in original or repeat credit in high school courses through a traditional classroom program.

    COMO INSCRIBIRSE

     

    With the assistance of the Professional School Counselor, eligible students must complete a Student Registration and and pay by Master Card, Visa, or Discover Card only, or money order at the time of registration.


    Prince George’s County Public School students eligible to graduate at the end of Summer 2019 must also present a Certification of Graduation Form, along with an official transcript, PARCC/MISA/High School Assessment scores, and Student Service-Learning hours at the time of registration.  Failure to register will result in ineligibility to participate in the summer graduation ceremony and receive a PGCPS high school diploma.

    Registration for ESOL Only- High Point High School (new registration information)

    Monday, June 10, 2019, 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

    Registration for DAY Program – Northwestern High School and Surrattsville High School

    PGCPS students:Pending for 1.0 Credit

    Non-PGCPS students:Pending for 1.0 Credit

    Tuesday, June 18, 2019, 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

    Wednesday, June 19, 2019, 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

    Thursday, June 20, 2019, 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

    Tuesday, June 25, 2019, 4:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

    Wednesday, June 26, 2019, 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

    Thursday, June 27, 2019, 4:00 p.m.  – 8:00 p.m.

    Saturday, June 29, 2019, 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

    Registration for EVENING Program – Suitland High School

    Tuesday, June 11, 2019, 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

    Wednesday, June 12, 2019, 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

     

    Monday, June 17, 2019, 5:30 p.m.- 8:30 p.m.


    INFORMACION DE CONTACTO

     

    For student course eligibility, forms, and brochure, please contact the Professional School Counselor at the student’s base school.

    For questions, please contact

    William Kitchings

    301-449-4994

    secondary.summer@pgcps.org

    CENTROS ESCOLARES

     

    Day Summer School      

    Northwestern High School

    Surrattsville High School

    High Point High School (ESOL only)


    Evening Summer School

     

    Suitland High School


     

    SESIONES DEL CURSO

    Day Summer School    

    July 8 – August 1, 2019

    Monday – Thursday

    8:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

    Graduating Evening School Seniors end on July 31, 2019


    Evening Summer School

    June 24 – July 31, 2019

    Monday – Thursday

    5:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.

    Graduating Seniors end on July 30, 2019


    Mandatory Graduation Rehearsal

    Tuesday, August 6, 2019 @ 5:30 PM

    Dr. Henry A Wise


    Summer Graduation

    Thursday, August 8, 2019 @ 6:00 PM

     

    Dr. Henry A. Wise


    COSTO Y SERVICIOS

     

    Grades 9-12

    Half Credit

    One Credit

    *Registration Fee for all students

    $25

    $25

     Resident Tuition ~ PGCPS students only

    $100

    $200

    Resident Tuition~ Non-PGCPS students

    who attend a Maryland Private School Tuition

    $322.50

    $645.00

    Non Resident Tuition ~ Non-PGCPS students who do not attend a Maryland Public or Private School Tuition

    $322.50

    $645.00

     

    *The $25.00 registration fee is non-refundable.

    All required documents must be completed and presented with full payment at the time of registration. Payment must be by money order for the exact full amount payable to Prince George’s County Public Schools or by credit card (MasterCard, Visa or Discover Card only).

    Meals will not be provided.

    Transportation will not be provided.

    Blended Learning Online Credit Recovery

    ESTA PAGINA SE ACTUALIZO POR ULTIMA VEZ: 2019-07-09

    DESCRIPCION DEL PROGRAMA


    Blended Learning programs allow students to continue their education by accessing coursework conducive to their individual schedules in an online and flexible classroom environment. All blended learning online courses follow an accelerated schedule, weekly assignment deadlines, regular participation, and can be more rigorous than an actual high school classroom.  It is imperative that students remain self-motivated, disciplined, and consistent, to ensure assignments and requirements are completed on time. Dedicated students can complete their coursework at an accelerated course if determined and hardworking. All students must complete their entire blended learning online course with a passing grade in order to earn the desired credit of each course enrolled. Students must attend a designated face-to-face blended learning lab Monday - Thursday throughout the duration of the summer program

    QUIEN DEBERIA SOLICITAR LA INSCRIPCION

    Students currently enrolled in Grades 9-12 interested in repeating credit in high school courses through a blended learning online course meeting a regional site.

    COMO INSCRIBIRSE

    With the assistance of the Professional School Counselor, eligible students must complete a Student Registration Form and Grade Report Form. All required documents must be completed and presented with full payment at the time of in-person registration. Payment must be made in the form of a money order and/or credit card (MasterCard, Visa, or Discover Card only).

    Prince George’s County Public School students eligible to graduate at the end of Summer 2019 must also present a Certification of Graduation Form, along with an official transcript, High School Assessment scores, and Student Service-Learning hours at the time of registration.

    Failure to register with required documents will result in ineligibility to participate in the summer graduation ceremony and receive a PGCPS high school diploma.

    Registration for DAY Program –
    Northwestern High School and Surrattsville High School


    Tuesday, June 18, 2019, 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

    Wednesday, June 19, 2019, 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

    Thursday, June 20, 2019, 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

    Monday, June 24, 2019, 4:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

    Tuesday, June 25, 2019, 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

    Wednesday, June 26, 2019, 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.


    INFORMACION DE CONTACTO

     

    For student course eligibility, forms, and brochure, contact the Professional School Counselor and/or the Educational Online Program Coordinator at the student’s base school.

    Tamra Sease

    240-696-8659 ext 42095

    secondary.summer@pgcps.org

    CENTROS ESCOLARES

    Regional Summer School Sites:  Students who wish to access this program should register at the sites below.


    REGIONAL SCHOOL SITE

    Bladensburg

    Laurel

    Oxon Hill

    Potomac (program cancelled at this location 7.3.19)

    C.H. Flowers

    SCHOOLS THAT FEED TO THIS SITE

    • Bladensburg

    • Fairmont Heights

    • CBC

    • Northwestern (Day/Evening)

    • Parkdale

  • Laurel

  • High Point

  • Bowie

  • Eleanor Roosevelt

  • Duval

  • Oxon Hill

  • Crossland (Day/Evening)

  • Green Valley

  • Suitland

  • Gwynn Park

  • Potomac

  • Croom

  • Frederick Douglass

  • Friendly

  • Surrattsville

  • C.H. Flowers

  • Largo

  • Central

  • Dr. Henry Wise

  • Tall Oaks

  • Annapolis Rd.



  • SESIONES DEL CURSO

    July 1 - August 1, 2019

    Monday - Thursday

    8:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.

    All students, including graduating seniors end on August 1, 2019


    Mandatory Graduation Rehearsal

    Tuesday, August 6, 2019 @ 5:30 PM

    Dr. Henry A Wise


    Graduation

    Thursday, August 8, 2019 @ 6:00 PM

     

    Dr. Henry A. Wise


    COSTO Y SERVICIOS

    Program Cost: $200.00

    FARMS: $100.00  (FARMS should provide a waiver form with their registration form.)

    All required documents must be completed and presented with full payment at the time of in-person registration. Payment must be made in the form of a money order and/or pay by credit card (MasterCard, Visa, or Discover Card only).

    Meals will not be provided.

    Transportation will not be provided.

    JROTC Cadet Officer Leadership Program (COLP)

    ESTA PAGINA SE ACTUALIZO POR ULTIMA VEZ: 2019-03-20

    DESCRIPCION DEL PROGRAMA

    JROTC Cadet Officer Leadership Program (COLP) is designed to prepare second and third year cadets for leadership positions within their respective JROTC units. Cadets to develop their abilities to lead, follow, and apply newly acquired skills in practical situations.

    QUIEN DEBERIA SOLICITAR LA INSCRIPCION

    High School JROTC Cadets

    COMO INSCRIBIRSE

    Students are identified by their JROTC instructors who will provide applications by April 26, 2019.  Parent Orientation is scheduled for May 18, 2019 at Duval High School.

    INFORMACION DE CONTACTO

    Contact the High School JROTC Instructor


    Keith Hayes

    keith.hayes@pgcps.org

    301-669-6012

     

    CENTROS ESCOLARES

    William S. Schmidt Center

    18501 Aquasco Road

    Brandywine, MD 20613

    SESIONES DEL CURSO

    June 24 – June 28, 2019

    Monday – Friday

    Students will reside at the William Schmidt Center during the dates of the program.

    COSTO Y SERVICIOS

    Contact the high school JROTC Instructor for cost.

    Applications and fees are due to JROTC Instructors by May 17, 2019.

    Transportation will not be provided.

    Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-Tech) Summer Bridge

    ESTA PAGINA SE ACTUALIZO POR ULTIMA VEZ: 2019-03-20

    DESCRIPCION DEL PROGRAMA

    The P-TECH Bridge program is designed to assist incoming and returning P-TECH program students at Frederick Douglass High School with the transition from middle to high school and provide academic enrichment. Incoming students will participate in science, math, technology, English Language Arts, and study skills sessions. Year 2 scholars will participate in IB MYP personal project, academic, and Accuplacer preparatory support.

    QUIEN DEBERIA SOLICITAR LA INSCRIPCION

    Any incoming 9th grade and rising 10th grade P-TECH students at Frederick Douglass School.

    COMO INSCRIBIRSE

    Registration must be completed at Frederick Douglass High School by April 12, 2019.

    INFORMACION DE CONTACTO

    Kisha Dorch

    Kisha.Dorch@pgcps.org

    301-952-2400

     

    CENTROS ESCOLARES

    Frederick Douglass High School

    SESIONES DEL CURSO

    July 8- July 25, 2019

    Monday - Thursday

    8:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

    COSTO Y SERVICIOS

    There is no fee to students.

    Lunch will be provided.

    Transportation will be provided for scholars who reside in the Frederick Douglass High School IB/PTECH boundary.

    First Steps to Success Program for NEW Science and Technology Students

    ESTA PAGINA SE ACTUALIZO POR ULTIMA VEZ: 2019-03-20

    DESCRIPCION DEL PROGRAMA

    The First Steps to Success Program  is designed to assist students at Charles Herbert Flowers, Eleanor Roosevelt and Oxon Hill High Schools with the transition into the Science and Technology Program. Students will participate in science, math, technology, and study skills sessions. The program
    will include hands-on activities and labs. Students will work together to
    complete a group project. Students will be able to make real-world science and
    engineering connections by attending a research institution.

    QUIEN DEBERIA SOLICITAR LA INSCRIPCION

    Any registered incoming 9th grade Science and Technology Program student at Charles Herbert Flowers High School, Eleanor Roosevelt High School, or Oxon Hill High School.


    COMO INSCRIBIRSE

    Applications will be distributed during registration to the program and must be submitted to the Science and Technology Program Coordinator at each school site by April 4, 2019.

    INFORMACION DE CONTACTO

    Samantha Cotton

    Charles Herbert Flowers High School

    chflo.st@pgcps.org


    Jane Hemelt

    Eleanor Roosevelt High School New Location: Parkdale HS Annex

    eroos.st@pgcps.org


    Tameka Woodruff

    Oxon Hill High School

    oxonh.st@pgcps.org


    Felicia J. Martin Latief

    stem@pgcps.org

     

    240-696-6255


    CENTROS ESCOLARES

    Charles Herbert Flowers High School, Oxon Hill High School and Parkdale High School for students scheduled to attend Eleanor Roosevelt High School.


    SESIONES DEL CURSO

    July 8, 2019 - July 25, 2019

    Monday – Thursday

    8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

    COSTO Y SERVICIOS

    There is no fee to students.

    Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

    Transportation will not be provided.

    College and Career Readiness Summer Bootcamp

    ESTA PAGINA SE ACTUALIZO POR ULTIMA VEZ: 2019-04-29

    DESCRIPCION DEL PROGRAMA

    The College and Career Readiness Summer Bootcamp is created to expose students to college preparation activities. The workshops will provide studets with Test Prep Strategies; Essay Writing Drafts; Scholarships; Naviance utilization; Evaluating Best Fit for Colleges and more. The College Readiness Bootcamp will also consist of college tours throughout the two week period.

    QUIEN DEBERIA SOLICITAR LA INSCRIPCION

    Rising seniors and juniors who want to be deeply entrenched in the college entrance experience.

    COMO INSCRIBIRSE

    Students will start to apply by May 1, 2019, on the College Readiness website: www1.pgcps.org/collegereadiness/

    INFORMACION DE CONTACTO

    Olivia Pearson

    olivia.pearson@pgcps.org

    301-499-9222


    Alonzo Bailey

    alonzo.bailey@pgcps.org

     

    301-499-9222 Ext 46141



     

    CENTROS ESCOLARES

    Charles H. Flowers High School

    SESIONES DEL CURSO

    July 8th - July 18th from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm

    Week 1July 8-July 11Workshop Sessions

    Week 2July 15-July 18Various college tours (hours may vary)

    COSTO Y SERVICIOS

    Food and transportation will not be provided.

    International Baccalaureate (IB) Summer Bridge

    ESTA PAGINA SE ACTUALIZO POR ULTIMA VEZ: 2019-08-05

    DESCRIPCION DEL PROGRAMA

    The IB Diploma Programme (DP) curriculum is made up of the DP core and six subject/content groups.  This summer program will introduce students to the IB mission as well as focus on the DP Core, which aims to broaden students’ educational experience and challenge them to apply their knowledge and skills.

    The three core elements are:

    • Theory of knowledge, in which students reflect on the nature of knowledge and on how we know what we claim to know.

    • The extended essay, which is an independent, self-directed piece of research, finishing with a 4,000-word paper.

    • Creativity, activity, service (CAS), in which students complete a project related to those three concepts.

    Students will participate in sessions that explore the underpinnings of what it means to be an IB Learner and take principled action in their communities. Sessions will consist of both whole and small group activities for all students in the format of team-building, inquiry-based activities, writing and research practice, and presentations.

    QUIEN DEBERIA SOLICITAR LA INSCRIPCION

    Students accepted and entering grades 9-12 in the IB Diploma Programme or IB Middle Years Programme at one of the six authorized IB high schools.

    COMO INSCRIBIRSE

    Students must register online at the PGCPS IB Website - https://www.pgcps.org/ib/

    by Friday, June 21, 2019 as spaces are limited at each school site. Students must select the IB school they will attend in the Fall 2019.

    INFORMACION DE CONTACTO

     

    Office of Advanced Programs - 301-808-8275 or email academics.ib@pgcps.org

    School Site Coordinators are listed below:

    CENTROS ESCOLARES

    Forestville HS, 7001 Beltz Dr. Forestville, MD 20747 Central HS

    Crossland HS, 6901 Temple Hill Road, Temple Hills, MD 20748Program cancelled 8.4.19

    Frederick Douglass HS, 8000 Croom Road, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772

    Laurel HS, 8000 Cherry Lane, Laurel, Maryland  20707

    Parkdale HS, 6001 Good Luck Road, Riverdale, MD  20737

    Suitland HS, 5200 Silver Hill Road, Forestville, MD 20747

    SESIONES DEL CURSO

    Dates: July 8 -11, 2019 (Frederick Douglass HS)

    August 5 - 8, 2019 (Laurel HS, Parkdale HS, Suitland HS, Crossland HS)

    August 19 - 21, 2019 (Forestville HS)

    Times: 8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. ( M T W Th)

    COSTO Y SERVICIOS

    There is no fee.

    Lunch WILL NOT be provided.

    Transportation will not be provided.

  • Programas de múltiples niveles

  • CTE Career Explorers Summer Camp

    ESTA PAGINA SE ACTUALIZO POR ULTIMA VEZ: 2019-03-20

    DESCRIPCION DEL PROGRAMA

    The purpose of the CTE Career Explorers Summer Camp experience is to provide students with the opportunity to discover their passion in up to two of nine industry concentrations of their choice. Through industry exposure, skill development, and project-based learning with educators and industry professionals, students will learn how to match their career interest with Career Technical Education (CTE) pathway programs and high school programs within PGCPS. At the end of this program, students will formally present their career development plans and industry projects in a capstone fashion.

    This two-week program is the first step in assisting students to make a more informed decision regarding their future educational and career options.

    QUIEN DEBERIA SOLICITAR LA INSCRIPCION

    Rising ninth and tenth grade students of PGCPS. All applications are accepted on a “first-come, first- served basis.” To ensure that students with disabilities graduate college, career, and community-ready, this camp will provide a continuum of services, specialized instruction, and related services.

    COMO INSCRIBIRSE

    Students can apply at www.pgcps.org/cte by May 31, 2019.

    INFORMACION DE CONTACTO

    Keith Hayes 

    keith.hayes@pgcps.org 
    301-669-6012

     

    CENTROS ESCOLARES

    Crossland High School

    SESIONES DEL CURSO

    July 15 - 25, 2019

    8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

    COSTO Y SERVICIOS

    There is no fee.

    Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

    Transportation will be provided to and from Hub sites. Daily transportation to and from the hub site will be the responsibility of the parent or guardian.

    M-NCPPC Teen Adventure Camp @ Camp Schmidt

    ESTA PAGINA SE ACTUALIZO POR ULTIMA VEZ: 2019-03-20

    DESCRIPCION DEL PROGRAMA

    This camp is a partnership between Camp Schmidt and the Maryland-National Capital Parks and Planning Commission (MNCPPC). Teen Adventure Camp is designed for teens and young adults ages 13-21 with disabilities who are currently enrolled in school for fall 2019. Staff to participant ratio is 1:4. Participants must be able to stay with the group, maintain behavior in a large group, and able to function independently. One-to-one assistance/supervision is not provided in this program. Activities include low/high ropes challenge courses, climbing wall, and outdoor environmental education. Note: Program activities are held outdoors on hilly, uneven natural surfaces that are not ADA accessible.

    QUIEN DEBERIA SOLICITAR LA INSCRIPCION

    Students ages 13-21 with disabilities who are enrolled in fall of 2019. The program is limited to 35 students. Siblings are also welcome to enroll.

    COMO INSCRIBIRSE

    Interested students should go to www.pgparks.com.

    INFORMACION DE CONTACTO

     

    James Roberson

    james.roberson@pgcps.org

    301-888-1185

    Kelsey Wilson

    kelsey.wilson@pgparks.com

    301-446-3462

    CENTROS ESCOLARES

    William S. Schmidt Center 

    18501 Aquasco Road 
    Brandywine, MD 20613

    SESIONES DEL CURSO

    August 12 – August 16, 2019

    Monday – Friday: 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

    Before Care: 7:00 am – 9:00 am; After Care: 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

    Note: Friday at Bladensburg Waterfront Park

    COSTO Y SERVICIOS

    $120 per student for camp fee

    Before Care – $14.00 week; After Care – $14.00 week

    Meals will not be provided. (Students must bring a bag lunch.)

    Transportation will be provided to and from hub sites. Daily transportation to and from the hub site will be the responsibility of the parent or guardian.

    Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Engineering Summer Mathematics Mastery Academy

    ESTA PAGINA SE ACTUALIZO POR ULTIMA VEZ: 2019-03-20

    DESCRIPCION DEL PROGRAMA

    The purpose of the Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Engineering Summer Mathematics Mastery Academy is to assess, develop, and enhance students’ understanding of math at a comfortable pace to yield a sense of confidence and achieve mastery in their respective subject. Students will concentrate on core concepts and advance their critical-thinking skills in Algebra and Geometry.  At the end of this program, students will be familiar with the rigor of PLTW Engineering courses and mathematics concepts applied in their PLTW Engineering classes.

    This two-week program is designed to create a foundation of mastery around a subject to adequately prepare them for future math and PLTW courses.

    QUIEN DEBERIA SOLICITAR LA INSCRIPCION

    This Academy is for rising 9th and 10th graders who are enrolled in the Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Engineering Program. All applications are accepted on a “space available basis” but preference will be given to students who are enrolled in Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Engineering at Crossland High School, C. H. Flowers High School, DuVal High School, Northwestern High School and Oxon Hill High School or graduates of the following feeder middle schools: Benjamin Stoddert MS, E. Ernest Just MS, Kenmoor MS, Nicholas Orem MS, Oxon Hill Middle School or Thurgood Marshall MS.

    COMO INSCRIBIRSE

    Parents will apply at https://tinyurl.com/PGCPSCTEPLTWMathAcademy by the closing date of May 31, 2019.

    INFORMACION DE CONTACTO

     

    Tonia Ziegler, Program Coordinator - tonia.ziegler@pgcps.org

    Darlene Bruton, Instructional Supervisor -  darlene.bruton@pgcps.org

    CENTROS ESCOLARES

    Crossland High School

    SESIONES DEL CURSO

    July 15 - 25, 2019

    8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.

     

     

    COSTO Y SERVICIOS

    There is no fee to students.

    Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

    Transportation will be provided to and from Hub sites.

    Daily transportation to and from the hub site will be the responsibility of the parent or guardian.

    Special Education Extended School Year (ESY) Services

    ESTA PAGINA SE ACTUALIZO POR ULTIMA VEZ: 2019-07-16

    DESCRIPCION DEL PROGRAMA

    Kingsford Elementary ESY students will be permanently relocating to Perrywood Elementary

    This program is an individualized extension of specific services beyond the regular school year. It is designed to meet specific goals included in the student’s Individualized Education Program (IEP).

    QUIEN DEBERIA SOLICITAR LA INSCRIPCION

    Students with current IEPs who were determined eligible by IEP Teams during the Annual Review process. This determination is made by the team and includes parent(s)/guardian(s).

    COMO INSCRIBIRSE

    Students are identified and referred for ESY services by their respective IEP teams during a student’s Annual Review meeting.

    INFORMACION DE CONTACTO

     

    Beth Diaite

    301-431-5675

    ESY@pgcps.org

    CENTROS ESCOLARES

    Elementary Schools

    Allenwood Elementary

    Catherine T. Reed Elementary

    Cora Rice Elementary

    James H. Harrison Elementary

    James Ryder Randall Elementary

    Kingsford Elementary Perrywood Elementary (Relocation)

    Samuel P. Massie Academy

    Northview Elementary

    William Paca Elementary

    Middle and High Schools

    Ernest Everett Just Middle

    Friendly High

    Northwestern High

    Early Childhood Centers

    Chapel Forge Early Childhood Center

    Frances Fuchs Early Childhood Center

    James Ryder Randall Elementary (ECC)

    Wheatley at Doswell Brooks

    Kenmoor Early Childhood Center

    Camp Sunshine

    Barack Obama Elementary

    Berwyn Heights Elementary

    Lake Arbor Elementary

    Regional Schools

    Fairmont Heights High

    James E. Duckworth Regional

    Margaret Brent Regional

    Oxon Hill High Regional

    Panorama Regional Program

    Tanglewood Regional at Panorama

    Please note that all sites and program times are tentative and subject to change. ESY program placements are determined by summer transportation boundaries.

    SESIONES DEL CURSO

    Camp Sunshine

    July 1 - August 1, 2019

    Monday -Thursday

    All other ESY programs

    July 8 - August 1, 2019

    Monday - Thursday

    Elementary/Middle and High School:

    8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.; 8:30 a.m.- 12:30 p.m.;  9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

    Early Childhood Centers 9:30 a.m.- 12:30 p.m.

    Regional School Programs - 8:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m. or 9:30 a.m.- 2:30 p.m.

    COSTO Y SERVICIOS

    There is no fee to students.

    Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

    Transportation will be provided.

     

    ESSA Title I Department Summer Camps

    ESTA PAGINA SE ACTUALIZO POR ULTIMA VEZ: 2019-03-20

    DESCRIPCION DEL PROGRAMA

    Summer S.T.A.M.P. (rising 5th graders):

    • Each day will be filled with exciting, hands-on experiences using science, technology, aerospace, and mathematics evidence-based programs (STAMP).  These experiences are designed to build interest, knowledge and technical skills that students can take with them into the classroom and beyond.

    ArchiTech (rising 7th graders):

    • This game design program taps into students’ prior experiences with gaming and connects these experiences to a variety of disciplines through concepts such as programming, design, arts, marketing and entrepreneurship.  Through hands-on, project-based learning, students (ArchiTechies) develop portfolios and skills needed to be successful in today’s global workforce. Students are prepared to pursue careers not only in the game industry, but a wide variety of fields that combine creativity and Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (STEAM).

    Teen Moguls (rising 9th graders):

    • Become a teen mogul! In this summer program, students will explore ways to turn current interests into future fortunes. Students will utilize cutting edge technologies, creativity, imagination, investigative research, input from successful entrepreneurs and other experts to engage in business/project learning and more. The young moguls will design career pathways for obtaining independent entrepreneur goals.

    QUIEN DEBERIA SOLICITAR LA INSCRIPCION

    Rising 5th, 7th & 9th graders who have been identified by their Title I school.

    COMO INSCRIBIRSE

    Students attending Title I schools will be identified to participate in the summer camps based on the selection criteria set by the ESSA and Title I Department.  The criteria will be used by the school for identifying students eligible for participation.

    INFORMACION DE CONTACTO

    ESSA & Title I Office | 301-618-8390

    Summer STAMP!

    Dr. Terri Jefferson

    Terri.Jefferson@pgcps.org

    ArchiTech

    Mr. Hampton Conway

    Hampton.Conway@pgcps.org

    Teen Moguls

    Mr. William Simpson

    William.Simpson@pgcps.org

     

    CENTROS ESCOLARES

    Summer S.T.A.M.P.!

    Barnaby Manor ES

    Carole Highlands ES

    Cora Rice ES

    Concord ES

    Rosa Parks ES

    ArchiTech

    Bladensburg HS

    Benjamin Stoddert MS

    High Point HS

    Teen Moguls

    Bladensburg HS

    Benjamin Stoddert MS

    High Point HS

    SESIONES DEL CURSO

                          All camps will operate from July 1- August 8, 2019

                                    Monday through Thursday

    Summer STAMP!

    8:30am to 1:30pm

    ArchiTech

    9:00am to 2:00pm

    Teen Moguls

    9:00am to 2:00pm

     

    COSTO Y SERVICIOS

    The camps are FREE for Title I participating students.

    Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

    Transportation will be provided.