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Summer Programs 2021 - Summer Learning Spark

Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS) Summer Programs offer opportunities for acceleration, enrichment, intervention, credit recovery or original credit. These programs will be offered at no cost, either in-person, virtually or hybrid. Use this site as a guide to review the available options and learn how to participate.

Each card below links to a unique opportunity in PGCPS. The role of students, parents, and community members is also outlined to ensure that students have a fun-packed summer while developing skills that will propel them into the school year!

Links to summer activities will be available and open on June 1, 2021.

School Readiness Guide Booklets

The School Readiness Guides provide parents with grade level readiness expectations for what students should know and be able to do at the end of each grade level. The core skills and standards that students should practice over the summer and are targeted in our summer programs have been highlighted.


Summer Programs Table of Contents


General Information

Introduction

Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS) Summer Learning Programs offer students opportunities for acceleration, enrichment, credit recovery, or original credit during the summer. In Summer 2021, programs will be offered either in person, virtually, or hybrid and there are no fees to participate.  Use this guide to review the available options and learn how to apply. 

Information in this posting may be updated. Summer offerings may change, so please check for updates. For more details, consult with the listed program contact, your Professional School Counselor, or contact the Summer Programs Office by email at summerschool@pgcps.org.

Program Definitions

  • Bridge programs prepare students with the academic skills to successfully transition from middle to high school.
  • Enrichment programs provide students with an extended learning experience.
  • Original Credit programs offer credits that count toward fulfilling requirements for graduation that a student has not previously attempted.
  • Credit Recovery allows middle and high school students the opportunity to earn previously attempted credits to meet promotion or graduation requirements.

Final Grades - Credit Recovery and Original Credit Only

Grades for the credit recovery and original credit program will be posted to SchoolMAX one week after the summer program is completed. There are no grades for enrichment and bridge programs.

Students Not Enrolled in a PGCPS

Summer programs are not available for non-PGCPS students.

Contact Information


Virtual High School Credit Recovery and Original Credit

Tamra Sease
high.summerschool@pgcps.org

Please send all questions and concerns via email. All emails will be addressed within 24-48 hours after receipt.


Middle School Intervention and Enrichment

Janice Briscoe
middle.summerschool@pgcps.org

Please send all questions and concerns via email. All emails will be addressed within 24-48 hours after receipt.


Special Education Extended School Year

Beth Diaite or Marsie Torchon
ESY@pgcps.org

Summer Programs Office

ISSC
9201 E. Hampton Dr. 
Capitol Heights, MD 20743
301-808-1124


Elementary School


Acceleration Academy 

Program Description

This program will provide support for current K-5 students who will engage in interventions for reading and mathematics in a face-to-face environment to build their academic skills.  In addition students will participate in Physical Education, Art and engage in learning to provide strategies for social and emotional growth.

Who Should Apply

Students who have not been successful in reading and mathematics will be recommended by their schools to apply for the program.

How To Apply

Families will receive an application from the community schools sent to their home address or email account.

Contact Information

Dr. Ingrid Horton-Williams, Director of Community Schools

Please send all questions and concerns via email to elementary.summer@pgcps.org or contact (301) 952-6572.  All emails will be addressed within 24-48 hours after receipt.

Class Sessions

July 6 - 29, 2021 Monday - Thursday

Location(s)

Selected Community Schools will offer the program.  Students will be invited from other community schools within their hub.  Locations will be available in the Northern, Central, and Southern parts of the County.

Cost/Accommodation

This program is provided at no cost.


Elementary Math and Reading Explosion

Program Description

Math and Reading Digital Explosion is a reading and mathematics supplemental readiness program to support learning recovery for children currently enrolled in Pre-K through 5th grade for the 2020-21 school year.  This will be done through an individualized targeted digital experience with the following programs: Ignite by Hatch, Waterford, Dreambox, iRead, i-Ready, and Literacy Pro platforms. A weekly planning guide will be provided for parents to know how students should utilize and schedule their time in each platform.

Who Should Apply

There is no application needed for this program.

How To Apply

There is no application needed for this program. All Pre-Kindergarten through Fifth grade students currently enrolled already have accounts on the appropriate digital platforms. Platforms are available to students through the Clever platform.

  • Early Childhood: Current PreKindergarten students have access to Ignite by Hatch and Waterford.
  • Mathematics: Current Kindergarten-fifth grade students have access to Dreambox.
  • Reading: Current Kindergarten-second grade students have access to iRead.
  • Reading: Current third-fifth grade students have access to i-Ready.
  • Reading: Current Kindergarten-fifth students have access to LiteracyPro.

Contact Information

  • Login Information:  Parents should contact their child(rens) school for additional information related to log in information.
  • Ignite by Hatch and Waterford Questions: Andreia Searcy, Early Learning Supervisor
  • Mathematics (Dreambox) Questions:  Joneida Nelson Generette, Elementary Mathematics Supervisor 
  • Reading (IRead or IReady) Questions:  Simone McQuaige, Elementary RELA Supervisor 

Class Sessions

Program Dates:  July 6, 2021 – July 29, 2021, Monday - Thursday

Hours: Self-paced 

Location(s)

All Elementary and Academy school students are invited.  The program will be virtual.

Cost/Accommodation

These digital programs are provided at no cost.


Elementary School Television Intervention and Enrichment

Program Description

Opportunities will be extended for students in grades PreK-Grade 5 to continue distance learning via Distance Learning TV on channels 38 (Verizon) and 96 (Comcast).

Lessons provided for students in grades PreK-5 include learning opportunities for students who are aligned to 4th quarter instructional learning standards. The PGCPS Distance Learning TV schedule is provided within the Newsletter for Parents, Engage PGCPS. 

Who Should Apply

All students may participate in Distance Learning TV on channels 38 (Verizon) and 96 (Comcast).

How To Apply

There is no application process for K-5 summer programs. 

Contact Information

Parents should contact their child(rens) school for additional information.

Questions: Victoria Holmes

Class Sessions

Program Dates:  July 6, 2021 – August 6, 2021

Distance Learning TV:  9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Location(s)

Offered on TV

Cost/Accommodation

This program is provided at no cost.

 


ESOL LitCamp

Program Description

KinderConnect LitCamp is a summer literacy program that combines innovative, research-based reading and writing lessons with an engaging and interactive summer camp approach.  Sessions will take place June 28th - July 2nd.

Who Should Apply

Children in the ESOL program who are currently enrolled in Kindergarten for the 2020-21 school year. 

How To Apply

Families will receive an application from the ESOL Teacher, sent to the child’s email account.

Contact Information

Jennifer Love, Instructional Supervisor of Language Access and Engagement

Please send all questions and concerns via email to esol@pgcps.org or contact (301) 445-8450.  All emails will be addressed within 24-48 hours after receipt.

Class Sessions

Program Dates: June 28, 2021 - July 2, 2021

Times: 9:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Monday - Friday

Location(s)

All courses will be offered online.

Cost/Accommodation

This program is provided at no cost.


Rising Stars

Program Description

Rising Stars is a grant-funded kindergarten readiness program to support learning recovery for children currently enrolled in PreK for the 2020-21 school year through targeted instructional strategies, resources, and support. Rising stars aim to provide in-person explicit instruction in the domains of language and literacy, mathematics, and social foundations.  Family engagement strategies are also emphasized in this program to enhance children’s learning at home during the summer months. Spaces are limited; children will be accepted on a first-come-first-served basis.

Who Should Apply

Children who are currently enrolled in PreK for the 2020-21 school year

How To Apply

Families will receive an application from the classroom teacher, sent to the child’s email account.

Contact Information

Andreia Searcy, Early Childhood Instructional Supervisor, (240) 724-1924, andreia.searcy@pgcps.org

Class Sessions

Program Dates:  July 6 – 29, 2021, Monday - Thursday (Friday Asynchronous)

Hours: Full-Day, specific hours TBD

Location(s)

       Selected Community Schools will offer the program. Students will be          invited from other community schools within their hub. Locations will            be available in the Northern, Central, and Southern parts of the County.

Cost/Accommodation

  • This program is provided at no cost.
  • Transportation will be provided.
  • Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

 


 

Middle School


Middle School Intervention and Enrichment

Program Description

The 2021 Middle School Intervention and Enrichment Summer Virtual Learning Program offers students an opportunity to participate in a virtual experience designed to provide two programs for 6th, 7th and 8th grade students in Reading/English Language Arts (RELA) and mathematics.  The one month session will allow for both intervention and enrichment. 

MyPath (Edgenuity)(Tier 1)

Differentiated supplemental digital learning resources for all 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students in both Reading/English Language Arts (RELA) and mathematics.

Targeted Blended Learning Program (Tier 2)

The summer session will provide virtual blended learning opportunities targeting students with failing grades for three quarters in mathematics and RELA. Students will complete courses with instructional support from a certified content teacher.

Who Should Apply

Participation in the Middle School Intervention and Enrichment Summer Learning Program is for middle school students currently enrolled in Grades 6-8.  School-based Professional School Counselors will register students eligible for Tier 1.  Tier 2 students (all 6th, 7th and 8th graders) will have access to the MyPath Reading and Mathematics program. 

How to Apply

 

MyPath (Edgenuity)(Tier 1)

All current 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students will be automatically enrolled and receive access to reading and mathematics via the central office. Parents and students will receive program information, orientation, and log-in information from their school site prior to the start of the program.  Information will be placed on each school’s website. Students will take a placement test on the first day of the program and receive their Individualized Learning Path based on the test results.

Targeted Blended Learning Program (Tier 2)
  1. School-based administrators and Professional School Counselors will provide registration and enrollment guidance and information by email to parents and their students who failed three quarters.  Information will also be posted on each middle and K-8 school’s website. 
    1. Student registration and enrollment will be completed via the Middle School Intervention and Enrichment Virtual Summer Learning Google form by the Professional School Counselor.
    2. Parents will confirm student participation via completion and acknowledgment of the registration form. 

If students and/or their parents have any further questions regarding enrollment into the Middle School Intervention and Enrichment Virtual Summer Program -Targeted Support Program-Tier 2, please send an email to middle.summerschool@pgcps.org.

 

Registration and Enrollment

PROGRAM

REGISTRATION DATES

PROGRAM DATES

 MyPath (Edgenuity) - Tier  1

ALL 6th, 7th, and 8th graders automatically enrolled, log-in on July 6th to participate

July 6 - July 30

Target Blended Learning Program - (Tier 2)

 

May 24 - June 15

July 6 - July 30

  • Students should be familiar with their PGCPS email login credentials (username & password);
  • Parents should sign-up for / update their Family Portal account.

Contact Information

Please send all questions and concerns via email to middle.summerschool@pgcps.org . All emails will be addressed within 24-48 hours after receipt.

Class Sessions

Program Dates:  July 6 - July 30, 2021, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Location(s)

Offered online using Google Classroom, Zoom, Online Individualized Path in Reading/English Language Arts (RELA), and mathematics designed for each student.

Cost/Accommodation

This program is provided at no cost.

Additional Information

Required Materials & Expectations 
  1. Enrollment in the middle school summer learning program requires a working electronic device and access to the internet in order to complete online assignments. 
  2. Students enrolled in the Middle School Target Support Program (Tier 1) complete assignments from teachers and post them in Google Classroom.  Students participating in Edgenuity MyPath RELA and Mathematics will complete the cascaded online assignments in their Individualized Learning Path.
  3. Students should maintain a notebook to house their notes throughout the duration of the program.
  4. Establish daily routines for learning.
  5. Identify a space at home where you can participate in distance learning.
  6. Communicate with your teacher(s) if you have questions and/or need assistance for students enrolled in the Targeted Support Program (Tier 1) or the virtual 24./7 supports for students participating in MyPath Reading and Mathematics (Tier 2).
  7. Be a good digital citizen. 
Student's Rights and Responsibilities 

Participating students must adhere to the PGCPS Acceptable Use Policy as outlined in the PGCPS handbook. 

Dress Code

 The PGCPS dress code policy is in full effect for the duration of summer school.  While students are participating in the virtual summer learning program, it is the expectation of the school system that you are appropriately dressed. 

Grading
MyPath (Edgenuity) -Tier 1

Students will receive weekly reports on the status of assignment/course completion based on the established benchmarks. 

Targeted Blended Learning Program -Tier 2

 Students will receive a Pass or Fail grade at the end of the program.  Students must access their course every day, complete all of the cascaded assignments in their course calendar each day to receive a passing grade.

Grading

Students will receive weekly reports on the status of assignment/course completion based on the established weekly benchmarks.


Middle School Math Summer Booster Program

Program Description

The MS Math Office will offer a summer booster program for selected students who were enrolled in Accelerated 2 during the 2020-2021 school year.  The booster program aims to provide students who require additional mathematics support learning experiences with critical 8th-grade content standards while addressing any gaps in knowledge in preparation for transitioning to the next course of study.  Students will participate in online mathematics instruction and small group sessions.  At the end of the program, students will present their culminating project to demonstrate their knowledge.

Selected students from Andrew Jackson Academy, Drew Freeman MS, Dwight Eisenhower MS, Gholson MS, Oxon Hill MS, Samuel Mass Academy, Thomas Johnson MS, Thurgood Marshall MS, William Hall Academy, and William Wirt MS.

Parents and students will be notified of their eligibility for participation

Who Should Apply

Selected students from Andrew Jackson Academy, Drew Freeman MS, Dwight Eisenhower MS, Gholson MS, Oxon Hill MS, Samuel Mass Academy, Thomas Johnson MS, Thurgood Marshall MS, William Hall Academy, and William Wirt MS.

How To Apply

Students accepted into the MS Math program will receive notification by the program coordinator.

Contact Information

Michelle Dyson, michelle.dyson@pgcps.org 

Class Sessions

Class Sessions:  June 21 - July 1, Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Location(s)

Offered online

Cost/Accommodation

This program is provided at no cost.

 


High School


Virtual High School Credit Recovery and Original Credit

Program Description

The Virtual Summer Learning Program offers students an opportunity to earn original credit and/or recover failed credits towards fulfilling graduation requirements. Students will complete 100% of courses online with regular instructional support provided by a certified content area teacher. 

Who Should Apply

Classes in the Virtual Summer Learning Program are for students currently enrolled in Grades 9-12 in Prince George’s County Public Schools only.

How To Apply

Registration Dates

Session 1: April 6 - April 30, 2021 (current 12th grade students only) 

Session 2: May 3 - June 4, 2021 (all students enrolled in Grades 9-12)

In order to prepare for the online Summer Virtual Learning Program registration process, parents and students should do the following because email will be the primary mode of communication:

  • Students should be familiar with their PGCPS email login credentials (username & password);
  • Parents should sign-up for / update their Family Portal account.

Contact Information

Please send all questions and concerns via email to high.summerschool@pgcps.org. All emails will be addressed within 24-48 hours after receipt.

Class Sessions

Virtual Summer Learning Program Dates

SUMMER ONE: May 24 - June 14, 2021 (Current 12th grade students Only)

SUMMER TWO: July 6 - July 30, 2021 (Current 9th-12th grade students)

*Both summer one and summer two will have a day and evening sessions.*

 

SUMMER ONE

SUMMER TWO

REGISTRATION

April 6 - 30

May 3 - June 4

PROGRAM DATES

May 24 - June 14

July 6 - 30

WHO MAY APPLY

Current 12th Grade Students

9-12th Graders

PROGRAM SESSION

Day Session

Day Session

Evening Session

Evening Session

MAXIMUM # OF CREDITS

1 per program session (Maximum of 2)

1 per program session (Maximum of 2)

 

Location(s)

All courses will be offered online.

Cost/Accommodation

This program is provided at no cost.

Additional Information

Required Materials & Expectations
  1. All students are expected to attend class virtually each day.
  2. Students will be required to complete assignments outside of class time.
  3. Enrollment in the Virtual Summer Learning Program courses requires a working electronic device and access to the internet at home in order to complete online coursework. 
  4. Students must maintain a notebook to house their notes and classwork assignments throughout the duration of the Virtual Summer Learning Program.
  5. Establish daily routines for learning.
  6. Identify a space at home to participate in distance learning.
  7. Regularly check Google Classroom or the platform the teacher is using and PGCPS email for updates every day.
  8. Communicate with teacher(s) and parent/guardians for the resources to participate in distance learning.
  9. Submit assignments on time.
  10. Be a good digital citizen.
Program Logistics

 All Virtual Summer Learning Program courses will be held in one of the following formats:

  • PGCPS Distance Learning via Edgenuity
  • PGCPS Distance Learning via Google Classroom
 

Edgenuity & PGCPS’ Virtual Learning Program (EOP):  Students enrolled in PGCPS’ Educational Online Program (EOP) will model the EOP policies and procedures utilized throughout the school year. Students will receive a virtual PGCPS teacher who will support their learning one hour per day as students continue working on their EOP course throughout the duration of the program. Students must access their course everyday, complete all of the cascaded assignments in their course calendar each day, and complete 100% of their course with a passing grade of 60% or higher.

PGCPS Distance Learning via Google Classroom:  Students enrolled in the PGCPS Distance Learning via Google Classroom will participate in virtual courses with PGCPS teachers via our distant learning platform Google Classroom. Adhering to a customized summer school curriculum, PGCPS teachers will offer virtual instruction throughout the duration of the summer program. Students are expected to attend their summer session course one hour per day in addition to completing additional assignments outside of regular class time in order to earn the desired credit(s). 

Course Offerings for credit recovery and original credit (*See eligibility requirements in Program Description):

-  English 9

-  English 10

-  English 11

-  English 12

-  English ESOL Newcomers

-  English ESOL Beginning

-  English ESOL Intermediate

-  English ESOL Advanced

-  Foundations of Technology

-  Spanish 1

-  Spanish 2

-  French 1

-  French 2

-  Algebra 1

-  Algebra 2

-  Geometry

-  Quantitative Modeling

-  Applications of Algebra

-  Biology

-  Chemistry

-  Biogeochemical Systems

-  Earth & Space Science

-  Environmental Science

-  LSN Government

-  US History

-  World History

-  Psychology

-  Health (.5 credit)

-  Personal Fitness (.5 credit; graduating   seniors only)

-  Art History (1 credit)

Original Credit Courses Grades 9-12
  • What is Original Credit?: An opportunity to earn initial course credit to accelerate/advance towards graduation requirements.
Credit Recovery Courses Grades 9-12
  • Who qualifies for Credit Recovery?:
    • Students who have failed a course required towards graduation
    • Students who wish to improve/earn a higher grade of a previously passed course listed on their transcript

 HS COURSE OFFERINGS LIST

COURSE NAME

CREDIT RECOVERY

ORIGINAL CREDIT

SESSION OFFERED

COURSE FORMAT

Algebra 1

X

X

BOTH SESSION ONE & TWO

EDGENUITY

Algebra 2

X

X

BOTH SESSION ONE & TWO

EDGENUITY

Applications of Algebra

X

X

SESSION TWO ONLY

GOOGLE CLASSROOM

Art History

 

X

BOTH SESSION ONE & TWO

EDGENUITY

BioGeoChem

X

 

BOTH SESSION ONE & TWO

EDGENUITY

Biology

X

X

BOTH SESSION ONE & TWO

EDGENUITY

CCRD 1

X

X

SESSION TWO ONLY

GOOGLE CLASSROOM

CCRD 2

X

X (GRADUATING SENIORS ONLY)

SESSION TWO ONLY

GOOGLE CLASSROOM

CCRD Work Experience

X

X (GRADUATING SENIORS ONLY)

SESSION TWO ONLY

GOOGLE CLASSROOM

Chemistry

X

X

BOTH SESSION ONE & TWO

EDGENUITY

Earth & Space Science

 

X

BOTH SESSION ONE & TWO

EDGENUITY

English 10

X

X

BOTH SESSION ONE & TWO

EDGENUITY

English 11

X

X

BOTH SESSION ONE & TWO

EDGENUITY

English 12

X

X

BOTH SESSION ONE & TWO

EDGENUITY

English 9

X

X

BOTH SESSION ONE & TWO

EDGENUITY

English ESOL Advanced

X

X

SESSION TWO ONLY

GOOGLE CLASSROOM

English ESOL Beginning

X

X

SESSION TWO ONLY

GOOGLE CLASSROOM

English ESOL Intermediate

X

X

SESSION TWO ONLY

GOOGLE CLASSROOM

English ESOL Newcomers

X

X

SESSION TWO ONLY

GOOGLE CLASSROOM

Environmental Science

 

X

BOTH SESSION ONE & TWO

EDGENUITY

Foundations of Tech

X

X

SESSION TWO ONLY

GOOGLE CLASSROOM

French 1

X

X

SESSION TWO ONLY

GOOGLE CLASSROOM

French 2

X

X

SESSION TWO ONLY

GOOGLE CLASSROOM

Geometry

X

X

BOTH SESSION ONE & TWO

EDGENUITY

Health

X

X

BOTH SESSION ONE & TWO

EDGENUITY

LSN Government

X

 

BOTH SESSION ONE & TWO

EDGENUITY

LSN Government

 

X (GRADUATING SENIORS ONLY)

SESSION TWO ONLY

GOOGLE CLASSROOM

Personal Fitness

X

X

SESSION TWO ONLY

GOOGLE CLASSROOM

PreCal

 

X

BOTH SESSION ONE & TWO

EDGENUITY

Psychology

 

X

BOTH SESSION ONE & TWO

EDGENUITY

Quantitative Modeling

X

 

BOTH SESSION ONE & TWO

EDGENUITY

Spanish 1

X

X

SESSION TWO ONLY

GOOGLE CLASSROOM

Spanish 2

X

X

SESSION TWO ONLY

GOOGLE CLASSROOM

US History

X

X

BOTH SESSION ONE & TWO

EDGENUITY

World History

X

X

BOTH SESSION ONE & TWO

EDGENUITY

STUDENT’S RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  Participating students must adhere to the PGCPS Acceptable Use Policy as outlined in the PGCPS handbook.

DRESS CODE:  The Prince George’s County Public Schools dress code policy is in full effect for the duration of the virtual summer learning program. While students are participating in virtual learning, it is the expectation of the school system that you are appropriately dressed.

GRADING:  Students will receive a final grade of (A-90-100%, B-80-89%, C-70-79%, D- 60-69%, or E- 59% and below) at the conclusion of the Virtual Summer School Program. 

DIPLOMAS & GRADUATION:  Information will be shared with parents and students during the summer session.


Enrichment and Bridge


Aerospace Engineering and Aviation Technology

Program Description

The First Steps to Success Summer Bridge is for new students entering into the Aerospace Engineering and Aviation Technology (AEAT) Program.  This summer opportunity is designed to assist incoming students with the transition from middle school to high school. Students will participate in science, mathematics, 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.AEAT students will participate in the Summer bridges program at DuVal High School. 

Who Should Apply

Rising 9th & 10th grade Aerospace Engineering and Aviation Technology students who have been accepted into the AEAT program.

How To Apply

Students accepted into the AEAT program will receive notification by the program coordinator. 

Contact Information

Felicia Martin Latief, STEM@pgcps.org

Class Sessions

Class Sessions:  June 21 - July 2, Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Location(s)

Offered online

Cost/Accommodation

This program is provided at no cost.


College Preparation Bootcamp

Program Description

The 2021 College Readiness Bootcamp is a virtual experience designed to provide rising 11th and 12th graders with the opportunity to gain exposure to essential college readiness tools. The two- week session will assist with shaping and cultivating students' career pathways and college programs of study. The summer session will consist of college exploratory activities where students learn critical steps to completing a college application, writing a personal statement, preparing for SAT and ACT testing, and financing college. Lastly, the College Readiness Bootcamp will consist of virtual college tours. Students must have access to a computer as well as internet access to participate.

Who Should Apply

Rising 11th and 12th graders want to be deeply entrenched in the college search and preparation experience.  150 spaces are available.

How To Apply

Students will apply through June 30, 2021, on the College Readiness website: 2021 College Readiness Summer Bootcamp using this registration form.

Contact Information

Olivia Pearson, olivia.pearson@pgcps.org

Alonzo Bailey, alonzo.bailey@pgcps.org

Class Sessions

August 2 - 6, Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

Location(s)

Offered online through Google Classroom, Naviance, and Google Hangout

Cost/Accommodation

This program is provided at no cost.


CTE Career Explorers Summer Camp

Program Description

Career and Technical Education (CTE) Career Explorers Virtual Camp will provide rising 9th and 10th grade students with the opportunity to discover their passion in up to two different career industry concentrations of their choice. Educators will deliver real-time, engaging, virtual activities to help students match their career goals and interests, increase awareness of related CTE programs, and make more informed decisions regarding future educational and career options. Over a 2-week period, students will be challenged to develop critical thinking skills during their enrichment experience and learn the ultimate connection back to their academic journey.

Who Should Apply

Rising 9th and 10th grade students of PGCPS. 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. 

How To Apply

Students can apply at https://offices.pgcps.org/career-technical-education/

Contact Information

Keith Hayes, Instructional Supervisor - keith.hayes@pgcps.org

Tracy Walls, Instructional Specialist - twalls@pgcps.org

Class Sessions

June 21 - July 2, Monday - Thursday, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Location(s)

Virtual - through Zoom, Google Classroom and Google Meet

Cost/Accommodation

This program is provided at no cost.


International Baccalaureate Summer Bridge

Program Description

The International Baccalaureate (IB) Summer Bridge Program will be a virtual learning experience for students in Grades 9-12 accepted into the IB program at Central, Frederick Douglass*, Laurel, Parkdale, and Suitland high schools. During this virtual experience, students will be introduced to the mission of the IB Program and to discover what it means to be an IB student. 

Students will participate in sessions consisting of the following topics:

  • What is the IB Learner Profile Traits?
  • What are the IB Core Principles?
  • How can IB assist with becoming college and career-ready?
  • How can I take principled action as an IB learner?

*Frederick Douglass High School summer program is open to ALL students entering Grades 9 and 10 as all of the students are considered IB Middle Years Programme students. 

Who Should Apply

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

How To Apply

Students must register online at the PGCPS IB Website - https://tinyurl.com/IBSB2021 by June 18, 2021, as spaces are limited at each school site. Students must select the IB school they will attend in fall.

Contact Information

Further questions can be addressed by the Office of Advanced Programs via email at academics.ib@pgcps.org or with an IB Programme Coordinator. Please see the information for each site coordinator listed below: 

School Site Coordinators are listed below: 

Class Sessions

August 2- 5, Monday through Thursday, 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Students registered for the program will receive confirmation of dates and times for the school program selected.

Location(s)

The program offered online through Google Classroom with virtual meetings held via Zoom, Google Meet, or Microsoft Teams.

Cost/Accommodation

This program is provided at no cost.


JROTC

Program Description

Prince George’s County Schools’ JROTC staff and cadre will conduct a virtual 5-day summer leadership program for cadets pursuing positions of higher responsibility and/or assuming positions of greater responsibility within their units.

Who Should Apply

High School JROTC Cadets enrolled during the 2020 - 2021 school year at the discretion of their instructors.

How To Apply

JROTC instructors will provide applications to students in April 2021.

Contact Information

Contact the High School JROTC Instructor at your school for vCOLP details and requirements. 

You may contact Mr. Keith Hayes, Instructional Supervisor if you have additional questions. 

Keith Hayes, keith.hayes@pgcps.org

Class Sessions

June 21 - June 26

Location(s)

Offered online through Zoom

Cost/Accommodation

Contact your JROTC Instructor


3D Scholars

Program Description

The 3D Scholars Summer Bridge is a virtual program designed to acclimate our rising 9th-grade scholars with their new school community at Charles H. Flowers High School. The goal of the summer bridge program is to expose students to the three programs of study, which are Business Administration, Criminal Justice, and Cybersecurity. Students will engage in meaningful workshops that involve Prince George’s Community College and the University of Maryland Global Campus professors and advisors as it relates to the programs of study. The 1-week session will encompass work-based activities around time management, organizational skills, and team building. Lastly, students will acquire the online tool Naviance to start them on the path to become college ready.

Who Should Apply

Rising 9th grade students who have been accepted into the 3D scholars program are automatic applicants.

How To Apply

Students accepted into the 3D Scholars program will receive notification from the program coordinator by June 30, 2021.

Contact Information

Contacts:  Ms. Tumisha Alao, 3D Scholars Program Coordinator, tumisha.alao@pgcps.org, Alonzo Bailey, alonzo.bailey@pgcps.org, Olivia Pearson, olivia.pearson@pgcps.org

Class Sessions

Class Sessions:  August 2 - 6, Monday - Friday, 9:00 am to 1:00 pm 

Location(s)

Offered online through Google Classroom, Naviance, and Google Hangout

Cost/Accommodation

This program is provided at no cost.


P-TECH

Program Description

Designed to support rising 9th grade P-TECH students at Frederick Douglass High School, the P-TECH Virtual Summer Bridge program facilitates the transition from middle school to high school and provides academic enrichment. Students participate in virtual science, mathematics, technology, Reading/English Language Arts, character education, and study skills sessions. P-TECH Virtual Summer Bridge also includes academic and test-taking skills building and college entry preparatory guidance for continuing P-TECH students.

Who Should Apply

Rising 9th grade P-TECH students who have been accepted into the program and continuing P-TECH students at Frederick Douglass High School participate in P-TECH Summer Bridge. No application is required.

How To Apply

Students will be contacted by the school program coordinator by June 25, 2021.

Contact Information

Kisha Dorch,  Kisha.Dorch@pgcps.org

Class Sessions

July 6 - 15, Monday - Thursday, 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Location(s)

Offered online through Zoom and Google Meet

Cost/Accommodation

This program is provided at no cost.


Public Safety Academy Bridge

Program Description

The Public Safety Academy orientation is for selected students interested in exploring careers in public safety including criminal justice, law enforcement, and fire/EMS. Through the use of hands-on, minds-on activities, students will be engaged in developing skills, exploring career pathways, collaborating with community partners, and solving critical problems in real-world experiential settings

Who Should Apply

Rising 9th graders attending Surrattsville High School only.  

How To Apply

Students enrolled in the Public Safety Academy at Surrattsville will be contacted by the Program Coordinator.

Contact Information

Keith Hayes - keith.hayes@pgcps.org

John McDaniel - john.mcdaniel@pgcps.org

Class Sessions

August 2 - 6, Monday - Thursday, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Location(s)

Virtual - online through Zoom and Google Meet

Cost/Accommodation

This program is provided at no cost.


Teen Adventure Camp

Program Description

Get ready to release the adventurer in you! Join us for an action-packed, adventure camp specially designed for teens with special needs! Our program, in partnership with the Maryland National Capital Park & Planning Commission (M-NCPPC), provides activities including games, challenge courses, outdoor environmental education, woodland/stream ecology, arts and crafts. The staff to participant ratio is 1:4 to allow campers independence for developing social skills and building confidence. We’ll also explore plants, animals and nature. 

Who Should Apply

High school students with special needs.  

How To Apply

Registration is through M-NCPPC, please visit: http://www.pgparks.com/635/Day-Camp-Registration

Contact Information

James Roberson, james.roberson@pgcps.org

Class Sessions

August 2 - 6, 2021, Monday - Friday, times are TBD

Location(s)

Please see M-NCPPC: http://www.pgparks.com/635/Day-Camp-Registration

Cost/Accommodation

Camp fees can be found at: http://www.pgparks.com/635/Day-Camp-Registration


TalentReady

Program Description

TalentReady Summer Bridge program is specific to the 25 student cohort selected through the application process. Students will gain basic knowledge of the four pathways in the program, take their first introductory PGCC Course, and interact with our program partners.

Who Should Apply

Rising 9th graders who have been accepted into the TalentReady program at Largo High School.

How To Apply

Students enrolled in TalentReady will be contacted by the Program Coordinator.

Contact Information

Keith Brice,  keith.brice@pgcps.org

Class Sessions

August 2- 6, Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Location(s)

Offered online through Google Classroom

Cost/Accommodation

This program is provided at no cost.


Science and Technology

Program Description

The First Steps to Success Summer Bridge - Science and Technology (S&T) is designed to assist incoming S&T students with the transition from middle school to high school. Students will participate in science, mathematics, 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. S&T students will participate in the summer bridge program at their assigned S&T school.

Who Should Apply

Rising 9th and 10th grade students newly registered in the Science and Technology Program.

How To Apply

Newly enrolled students will be contacted by the school program coordinator. 

Contact Information

Samantha Cotton, Charles Herbert Flowers High School, chflo.st@pgcps.org

Jane Hemelt, Eleanor Roosevelt High School, eroos.st@pgcps.org

Tameka Woodruff, Oxon Hill High School, oxonh.st@pgcps.org

Felicia J. Martin Latief, stem@pgcps.org

Class Sessions

June 21 - July 2, Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Location(s)

Offered online

Cost/Accommodation

This program is provided at no cost.


Cross-Level Summer Programs


Special Education Extended School Year (ESY)

Program Description

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).

Who Should Apply

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).

How To Apply

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

Contact Information

Beth Diaite or Marsie Torchon, ESY@pgcps.org

Class Sessions

July 6 - July 29, Monday -Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.

Please note - Services will be delivered between the identified hours. (Service hours are student specific and will be determined by each student’s IEP.)

There will be several models of service delivery - to be determined by the IEP teams.

Location(s)

Elementary School 

Elementary School 

Middle and High School

Allenwood Elementary

James H. Harrison

Fairmont Heights High

Barack Obama Elementary

William Paca

Friendly High

CT Reed@

Kingsford 

Northwestern High

James Ryder Randall

Springhill Lake

Ernest Everett Just @

Cora Rice Elementary

Samuel P. Massie Academy

 

Early Childhood Programs

Regional Program

Camp Sunshine

Chapel Forge ECC

C.E. Rieg

Woodmore

H. Winship Wheatley ECC

James E Duckworth Special Center

Barack Obama

J. R. Randall ECC

Margaret Brent

Greenbelt Elementary

Kenmoor ECC

Panorama

Frances Fuchs ECC

Oxon Hill High School

Fairmont Heights High School

*Locations are subject to change

Cost/Accommodation

This program is provided at no cost.

Breakfast and Lunch will be provided.

Transportation will be provided.


School-Based Programs

For school-based programs, only students attending the individual school may register.   The school coordinator or contact will notify eligible students of registration, log-in and technology details (if necessary), and all other information.


Academy of Health Sciences @PGCC

The Summer Bridge program at the Academy of Health Sciences @ Prince George's Community College is for incoming Year 1 students who have been accepted and registered at our school. Our program is not open to the public. The Academy of Health Sciences' Summer Bridge program prepares students for the transition from middle school to college.

Who should Apply: Incoming Academy of Health Sciences @ PGCC

Class Sessions: July 12, 2021 - July 22, 2021, 8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Location(s): Offered online through Zoom and Google Classroom 

Cost/Accommodations: This program is provided at no cost. 

Contacts: Andria Nungesser andri.nungesser@pgcps.org 301-546-7247 ext. 7776


Bladensburg Elementary School

This is a summer extended learning program for rising 3rd, 4th,5th and 6th grade ESOL and SPED students who attend Bladensburg Elementary School. This program is designed to fill in learning gaps developed during  virtual learning. Students will focus on foundational Reading and Math Skills. 

Who should Apply:  Rising 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th ESOL and SPED students who attend Bladensburg Elementary School

Class Sessions: July 6, 2021 – August 6, 2021, Monday - Thursday  Half Day, 9:00am-12:30pm

Location(s): Hybrid (offered online and in person)

Cost/Accommodations: This program is provided at no cost.

Contacts:  Duane Edwards, duane.edwards@pgcps.org


Bladensburg High School

Bladensburg High School’s virtual program will offer Rising 9th graders the opportunity to focus on mathematical skills to increase students' knowledge of mathematical concepts in Algebra I.  Students will also engage in student discourse and questioning activities to help them achieve higher order thinking skills in English.  In addition, students will participate in an advisory block that will assist with the acclimation into high school and focus on Bladensburg’s Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) system.

Who should Apply:   Incoming 9th Graders to Bladensburg High School 

Class Sessions:  July 12 - July 29 , Monday - Thursday, 9:15 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Location(s): Offered online through Google Classroom and Zoom

Cost/Accommodations: This program is provided at no cost.

Contacts:  Dameshia Donald, Dameshia.donald@pgcps.org


 

Carmody Hills Elementary School

The Carmody Hills Judy Center summer enrichment program for students entering prekindergarten and a limited number of entering students Carmody Hills Elementary School. Students must be enrolled in school to attend. Students will receive academic exposure and/or enrichment in mathematics as well as literacy and language development. The program will also provide onsite field trips, cultural programs, and parent engagement programs.

Who should apply: Entering prekindergarten and a limited number of entering grade 1 students

Class sessions: July 6-August 6, 2021, 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., Monday-Friday

Location(s): Carmody Hills Elementary School

Cost/Accommodations: This program is provided at no cost.

Contact: Sandra Jiles,  Sandra.Jiles@pgcps.org, Andrea Hall, andrea2.hall@pgcps.org


Carole Highlands Elementary School

Carole Highlands Title 1 Summer Program is a school-funded summer school program for rising primary students (rising 1st and 2nd). This program is intended to provide additional support for students in foundational Reading and Math skills. The program will use the Hands-On Language Program and Dreambox Math. Students will be selected based on their assessment scores, academic performance, and teacher recommendations.

Who should apply: Rising 1st grade, and 2nd grade students.

Class sessions: July 6th to August 6th, 2021 Virtual: Monday to Thursday 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM

Location(s): Virtual

Cost/Accommodations: This program is provided at no cost.

Breakfast, and lunch will not be provided

Contact: Elizabeth Carter, 301-431-5660, liz.coxson@pgcps.org


Catherine T. Reed Elementary School

Catherine T. Reed Rising Roadrunners Summer Program is a school-funded summer school program for rising primary students (rising 1st, 2nd, and 3rd graders). This program is intended to offer low teacher-to-child ratios for high-quality instruction. The program's main Focus is on Multicultural Reading and Math Integration, Leadership Skills in addition to social-emotional learning. Contact your child’s current teacher if you are interested. Students will be selected based on their assessment scores, academic performance, and teacher recommendations.

Who should apply: Current kindergarten, 1st grade, and 2nd grade students

Class sessions: July 6th to July 29th, 2021 In person: Tuesday to Thursday 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Location(s): In person at Catherine T. Reed Elementary School, Parents are responsible for transportation

Cost/Accommodations: This program is provided at no cost.

Breakfast, and lunch will be provided

Contact: Adama Lasisi, 301-799-4053, adama.boiro@pgcps.org


Charles Carroll Middle School

Charles Carroll Middle School Summer Transition Program is for rising 6th & 7th graders entering CCMS entering the fall. Students will receive courses geared towards supporting students in understanding the expectations of a successful middle schooler.

Who should apply: Rising 6th & 7th graders

Class Session: July 5 - July 30, Monday - Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m., Monday - Thursday

Location(s): In person at Charles Carroll Middle School

Cost/Accommodations: This program is provided at no cost.  Breakfast and lunch will be provided. 

Contacts: Lori Crawford. lori.crawford@pgcps.org and Cherita Hogan, cherita.hogan@pgcps.org, 301-918-8640.


Cool Spring Elementary School

The Adelphi Judy Hoyer Center summer enrichment program for students entering prekindergarten and a limited number of current grade 1  students at Cool Spring Elementary School.  Students must be enrolled in school to attend. Students will receive academic exposure and/or enrichment in mathematics as well as literacy and language development.  The program will also provide onsite field trips, cultural programs, and parent engagement programs.

Who should apply: Entering prekindergarten and a limited number of entering Grade 1

Class Sessions: July 6 - August 6, 2021, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Monday-Friday

Location(s): Cool Spring  Elementary School

Cost/Accommodations: This program is provided at no cost.

Contact: Andrea Hall, andrea2.hall@pgcps.org 


G. James Gholson Middle School

The G. James Gholson's virtual mathematics summer program offers rising 7th and 8th grade students the opportunity to engage in challenging academic work virtually with their peers who share their exceptional abilities and love of learning. While the focus is on rigorous academics and learning (PSAT Prep), the virtual experience that results from bringing these students together is an integral part of the program.

Who should apply: Selected students entering the 7th and 8th grade (rising 7th  and 8th  graders).

Class Sessions:  June 28 - July 30, 2021 Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Location(s): Offered online 

Cost/Accommodations: This program is provided at no cost.

Contact: Colby White, cwhite@pgcps.org , (301)883-8390


High Point High School

High Point High School Summer School

High Point Advanced Placement Summer Program (ELO)

High Point ESOL Summer Bridge Program (ELO)

High Point Academic Bridge Program (ELO)

 


High Point High School Summer School

Description

This summer program offers High Point High School students an opportunity to earn original credit and/or recover failed credits towards fulfilling graduation requirements. Students will complete coursework with regular instructional support provided by a certified content area teacher. 

Who should Apply

High Point High School Students who need to acquire credits in the following courses: Biology, Biogeochemical Systems, Environmental Science, English 9, English 10, English 11, English 12, ESOL Beginner, ESOL Intermediate, ESOL Advanced, US History, LSN, World History, Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, Spanish 1, Spanish 2, French 1, Health, Physical Education, Art 1, Foundations of Technology

Class Sessions

June 28 - July 30, Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Location(s)

On-site; in-person if allowed

Cost/Accommodations

This program is provided at no cost.

Contacts  

Dr. Eunice Humphrey, eunice.humphrey@pgcps.org

Details and registration information will be on High Point’s Website: https://schools.pgcps.org/highpoint/


High Point Advanced Placement Summer Program (ELO)

Description

This summer program offers High Point High School students, who are enrolled in AP courses for the 2021-2022 school year, the opportunity to receive instruction on content and skills that will prepare them for the rigor of college-level coursework.  

Who should Apply

High Point High School Students who are enrolled in AP courses for the 2021-2022 school year

Class Sessions

June 28 - July 30, Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Location(s)

On-site; in-person if allowed

Cost/Accommodations

This program is provided at no cost.

Contacts

Mr. Casey York, benjamin.york@pgcps.org

Details and registration information will be on High Point’s Website: https://schools.pgcps.org/highpoint/


High Point ESOL Summer Bridge Program (ELO)

Description

This summer enrichment program offers High Point High School ESOL students an opportunity to receive academic and language support to provide a bridge between ESOL course levels. 

Who should Apply

High Point High School Students ESOL students

Class Sessions

June 28 - July 30, Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Location(s)

On-site; in-person if allowed

Cost/Accommodations

This program is provided at no cost.

Contacts

Mrs. Prudence Kono, prudence.kono@pgcps.org, and Mrs. Emelinda Marcial, emelinda.marcial@pgcps.org 

Details and registration information will be on High Point’s Website: https://schools.pgcps.org/highpoint/


High Point Academic Bridge Program (ELO)

Description

This program is for High Point High School students who would like to review concepts from their previous English, mathematics, social studies, and science classes in order to support their success with the skills they need for next year’s courses. 

Who should Apply

 High Point High School Students

Class Sessions

June 28 -July 30, Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Location(s)

On-site; in-person if allowed

Cost/Accommodations

This program is provided at no cost.

Contacts

Ms. Monica Welch, monica.welch@pgcps.org

Details and registration information will be on High Point’s Website: https://schools.pgcps.org/highpoint/


Imagine Andrews Public Charter

The Summer’s Edge Program will be using an online self-paced program aimed to help students catch up, keep up, and get ahead in mathematics and reading.  Students are required to complete 1 hour of math and 1 hour of Reading/English Language Arts daily Monday - Thursday until the end of the program.  It’s very important that students are engaged and on task while logged in.  100 students will be the maximum enrollment.

Who should apply: Students enrolled in the 2020-2021 School Year

Location: Offered virtually through Google Classroom 

Class Sessions:  July 6 - July 30, 2021, Monday - Thursday, 9:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Cost/Accommodations: This program is provided at no cost.

Contact: Bonita Gunn, bonita.gunn@pgcps.org


International High School

International High School - Langley Park   and 

International High School - Largo at Community Based Classroom

Mastery Summer Program:  Students who attend an International High School and who earned grades of 1.5-1.9 in a core content course will have an opportunity to continue to work towards standards mastery in core content areas which include Reading/English Language Arts 9, 10, 11, 12, science, social studies, mathematics, physical education/health, and selected electives by completing mastery projects using a distance learning format. 

Who should apply: International High School students

Class Sessions: July 1 - 31, 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., Monday - Friday 

Location(s): Offered online through Google Meet or Zoom

Cost/Accommodations: This program is provided at no cost.

IHS Langley Park Contact:  Carlos Beato, carlos.beato@pgcps.org

IHS Largo Contact: Regena Williams, regena.williams@pgcps.org


Judge Sylvania Woods Elementary

Judge Sylvania Woods Elementary School will provide a Summer Bridge for students, Pre-K and K help with providing support with different strategies for students to meet the state expectation. Included will be a Parent Workshop for Pre-K and K parents that will help prepare parents by providing different strategies, techniques /activities to use at home to support their child’s academic success for Kindergarteners to meet state expectations.

Class Sessions: June 21- June 30, 2021, 9am-12pm

Location(s): Offered online 

Cost/Accommodations: This program is provided at no cost.

Contact: Phi T. Thach, phi2.thach@pgcps.org


Panorama Elementary School

Students currently in grades kindergarten - 4th, who have been identified as in need of additional support in core academics, will be invited to participate in a summer school program. The focus will be on reading skills in phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, and comprehension. In mathematics, the focus will be on operations and algebraic thinking, number and operations, measurement and data, and Geometry.

Who should apply: Current 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade students

Class Sessions:  July 5 - 29, Monday - Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. 

Location(s): Offered online through Google Classroom

Cost/Accommodations:

Contact: Ja’Neese Carter, janeese.carter@pgcps.org


Springhill Lake Elementary

Springhill Lake Elementary Soaring Eagles Summer Scholars will offer a program to support educational opportunities to currently enrolled kindergarten through fourth grade students in reading and mathematics during the month of July. The program will support any of our student's academic needs as well as provide enrichment opportunities. 

Who should apply: Currently enrolled kindergarten through fourth grade students

Class Sessions: July 5 - 29, 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., Monday - Thursday 

Location(s): Springhill Lake Elementary School, Parents are responsible for transportation

Cost/Accommodations: This program is provided at no cost.

Breakfast, and lunch will be provided

Contact: Tamara Wood (301)513-5996,  tamara.wood@pgcps.org


Additional Summer Resources provided by Prince George's County Government


Free Online Tutoring and Support

Students in elementary, middle, or high school can access the Prince George's County Memorial Library System's Support Suite by accessing the following link:  https://www.pgcmls.info/homework-help (Select BrainFuse Help) to receive live tutoring is available in English and Spanish from 2 PM - 11:55 PM EST. Students will practice long division, improve reading comprehension, and learn other key skills. Students will also be able to submit a writing sample to the Writing Lab and get feedback to help them better organize and present their thoughts and information.


Exam and College Essay Preparation

Students in Grades 6 - 12 can access the Prince Goerge's County Memorial Library System's Support Suite by accessing the following link: https://www.pgcmls.info/homework-help (Select Learning Express Library) to receive online preparation for important exams like the ACT®, SAT®, AP®, PSAT®, TOEFL iBT, IELTS and College Admission Essay Writing.


Prince George's Community College Summer Youth Program

The Prince George’s Community College - Owl Scholars Camp supports the retention of grade-level skills in preparation for the rigor of the upcoming school year. Courses also engage students in activities that stimulate their career interests ~ all in a virtual environment. Please click this link for more information Prince George's Community College Summer Youth Program


Prince George's County Parks & Recreation Summer Day camps & Playgrounds

This summer let your child's imagination come to life as chef, Olympian, gymnast, or even a robotics engineer! We offer assorted camps that fit the imagination of your child, and your needs. Please click this link for more information Prince George's County Parks & Recreation Summer Day camps & Playgrounds

Contact Information


Virtual High School Credit Recovery and Original Credit

Tamra Sease
high.summerschool@pgcps.org

Please send all questions and concerns via email. All emails will be addressed within 24-48 hours after receipt.


Middle School Intervention and Enrichment

Janice Briscoe
middle.summerschool@pgcps.org

Please send all questions and concerns via email. All emails will be addressed within 24-48 hours after receipt.


Special Education Extended School Year

Beth Diaite or Marsie Torchon
ESY@pgcps.org

Summer Programs Office

ISSC
9201 E. Hampton Dr. 
Capitol Heights, MD 20743
301-808-1124