• PGCPS Virtual Summer Learning Programs 2020

    PGCPS Virtual Summer Learning Programs 2020

  • General Information

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  • Elementary Programs

  • Middle School Programs

  • High School Programs

  • Cross Level Programs

  • School-Based Programs

    All summer programs will be virtual.  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 details, technology pick-up date (if necessary) and all other information.


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  • Summer Programs Details

  • General Information

    Introduction

    Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCPS) Virtual Summer Learning Programs offer students opportunities for acceleration, enrichment, credit recovery, or original credit during the summer. In Summer 2020, all programs will be offered virtually 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 this document for updates. For more details, email your Professional School Counselor in Contact Information for the program. The Summer Programs Office by email address is summerschool@pgcps.org.

    Final Grades

    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.

    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.

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  • Elementary Programs

  • Elementary School Intervention and Enrichment

    This section was last updated: 2020-05-28

    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).


    Students in selected schools in grades PreK-5 will continue to engage in Distance Learning TV as well as virtual learning experiences using iRead, iReady and Dreambox. (Selected schools are listed on page 4)


    Lessons provided for students in grades PreK-5 include learning opportunities for students which 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.

     

    Class Sessions

    Program Dates:  July 1 - July 31, 2020 

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

    iRead, iReady and Dreambox are readily accessible to students who attend selected schools at all times. 


     

    Additional Information

    Students in the following Elementary Schools will need their PGCPS username and password to access their account for iRead, iReady and Dreambox via the PGCPS Clever platform for the following selected schools:


    Allenwood

    Cora Rice

    Laurel

    Samuel Chase

    Avalon

    District Heights

    North Forestville

    Samuel P. Massie

    Andrew Jackson Academy 

    Francis Scott Key

    Oxon Hill

    Springhill Lake

    Barnaby Manor

    Hillcrest Heights

    Port Towns

    Tayac

    Bradbury Heights

    J. Frank Dent

    Princeton

    Waldon Woods

    Carmody Hills

    John Bayne 

    Rosaryville

    William Beanes

    Clinton Grove

    Judge Sylvania Woods

    Rose Valley

    William Hall Academy

  • Middle School Programs

  • Middle School Intervention and Enrichment

    This section was last updated: 2020-05-28

    Program Description

    The 2020 Middle School Summer Learning Program offers students an opportunity to participate in a virtual experience designed to provide differentiated supplemental digital learning resources for all 6th, 7th and 8th grade students in both Reading/English Language Arts (RELA) and mathematics. The one month session will allow for both intervention and enrichment. 


    TARGETED SUPPORT PROGRAM

    The summer session will also include blended learning opportunities targeting students with failing grades for two or more quarters in mathematics and/or 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.

    How To Apply

    Registration Dates:  June 8 - June 18, 2020

    1. All students will be given access to the Middle School Intervention Learning Path program. School-based administrators and Professional School Counselors will provide registration and enrollment guidance and information to students and parents by email.  Information will also be posted on each middle school’s website.  

    2. If a student did not pick up technology during the designated pick up days in April, please contact your middle school principal.  The principal will place the student on a list to receive technology and contact you with the date and time selected for summer laptop distribution/pick-up.

    3. Student registration and enrollment will be completed via the Middle School Intervention and Enrichment Virtual Summer Learning Google Form. 

    4. Parents will confirm student participation via response to the email that will be sent to the email address on record in SchoolMAX.

    5. A verification email will also be sent to the student’s PGCPS email address noting the start date and guidelines for the Middle School summer program.

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

    Contact Information

    Janice Briscoe, middle.summerschool@pgcps.org

    Class Sessions

    Program Dates:  July 1 - July 31, 2020, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

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

    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. Please see #2 above if you are in need of these items.

    2. Students complete the cascaded assignments in their individualized path.

    3. Students complete assignments from teachers in the Middle School Targeted Support Program.

    4. Students should maintain a notebook to house their notes throughout the duration of the program.

    5. Establish daily routines for learning.

    6. Identify a space at home where you can participate in distance learning.

    7. Communicate with your teacher(s) if you have questions and/or need assistance.

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

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  • High School Programs

  • Credit Recovery and Original Credit

    This section was last updated: 2020-06-18

    Program Description

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


    How To Apply

     

    Registration Dates:  June 1 - June 22, 2020


    1. All recommendations for Virtual Summer School classes will be entered into the Online Registration System by the Professional School Counselor at the student’s base school.

    2. Once the Professional School Counselor enters the recommended virtual summer school course(s) into the Online Registration System, an email confirmation will be automatically sent to the student’s PGCPS email address.

    3. Students and Parents will need to access the link that was sent to the student's email address to accept the virtual summer school course(s) recommended by the Professional School Counselor and select the time(s) that the student will take the virtual summer school course(s).

    4. After the student and/or their parent completes the virtual summer school course selection process, a verification email will be sent to the students pgcps email address noting the start date of Virtual Summer School, time of course(s) selected.

    5. Students who are interested in participating in original credit courses should contact their assigned Professional School Counselor of their base school. 

    6. If students and/or their parents have any further questions regarding enrollment into Virtual Summer School, please send an email to high.summerschool@pgcps.org.


    Contact Information

    Tamra Sease or Ann Pyon, high.summerschool@pgcps.org

    Class Sessions

    Summer School Dates


    July 1 - July 31, 2020


    Session 1: 8:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

    Session 2: 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

    Session 3: 1:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

     

    Offered online - See Program Logistics under the Additional Information header below.

    Additional Information

    REQUIRED MATERIALS & EXPECTATIONS:


    1. Each Virtual Summer School class is 2 hours in length and all students are expected to attend class virtually the entire time.

    2. Students will be required to complete assignments outside of class time.

    3. Enrollment in Virtual Summer School courses requires a working electronic device and access to the internet at home in order to complete online coursework. Please see #5 above if you are in need of these items.

    4. Students must  maintain a notebook to house their notes and classwork assignments throughout the duration of the Virtual Summer School program.

    5. Establish daily routines for learning.

    6. Identify a space at home where you can 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 your teacher(s) and parent/guardians if you do not have the resources to participate in distance learning.

    9. Submit assignments on time.

    10. Be a good digital citizen.


    PROGRAM LOGISTICS:  All summer school courses will be held in one of the following formats:

    • Edgenuity Instructional Services

    • PGCPS Educational Online Program (EOP)

    • PGCPS Distant Learning via Google Classroom


    Edgenuity Instructional Services:  Students enrolled in Edgenuity’s Instructional Services will receive an assigned state-certified teacher to offer instructional support throughout the duration of the PGCPS Virtual Summer Learning Program. Students enrolled in Instructional Services will also receive an Edgenuity Success Coach who will provide tutoring as needed Monday - Saturday. 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. 


    Edgenuity & PGCPS’ Educational Online Program (EOP):  Students enrolled in PGCPS Educational Online Program (EOP) will model the EOP policies and procedures utilized throughout the school year. Students will be enrolled in a virtual course with no more than 25 students. Students will receive a virtual PGCPS teacher who will support their learning two hours 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 two hours per day Monday - Friday in addition to completing additional assignments outside of regular class time in order to earn the desired credit(s). 


    Original Credit Courses Grades 9-12


    • What is Original Credit?: An opportunity to earn an initial course credit to accelerate/ advance towards graduation requirements.

    • Who Can Register for Original Credit Courses?: 

      • Graduating Seniors who need an original credit course for graduation

      • Rising Seniors may take up to two original credit courses

      • Early Graduating Seniors with district-level approval may register for original credit. 

      • 9th - 11th Graders can take ONE original mathematics course


    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 

    • Who Can Register for Credit Recovery Courses?

      • Graduating Seniors who need a credit recovery course for graduation

      • 9th - 11th Graders may take up to TWO credit recovery courses


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


     

    NOTE: Graduating Seniors may only take a maximum of 3 credits, original and or credit recovery (with approval)



    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. 


    RISING SENIORS (Class of 2021) ONLY:  Students will be able to take no more than two (2) original credit courses


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


    JROTC Cadet Officer Leadership Program (COLP)

    This section was last updated: 2020-05-28

    Program Description

    The virtual Cadet Officer Leadership Program (COLP) is offered to students enrolled in JROTC. Cadets experience the opportunity to lead and follow as they apply their knowledge under the guidance of an instructor cadre that literally heralds centuries of combined experience.

    Who Should Apply

    High School JROTC Cadets enrolled during the 2019 - 2020 school year at the discretion of their instructors.

    How To Apply

    JROTC instructors will provide applications to students in early June.

    Contact Information

    Contact the High School JROTC Instructor

    Keith Hayes, keith.hayes@pgcps.org

    Class Sessions

    June 22 - June 26, 2020, Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

    Offered online through Google Meet and Google Classroom

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

    This section was last updated: 2020-05-28

    Program Description

    The P-TECH Virtual Summer Bridge program is designed to support rising 9th grade P-TECH students at Frederick Douglass High School with the transition from middle to high school and provide academic enrichment. Students will participate in virtual science, mathematics, technology, Reading/English Language Arts, character education, and study skills sessions. The P-TECH Virtual Summer Bridge also provides an International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program personal project, academic, and ACCUPLACER preparatory support 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 School.

    How To Apply

    Students will be contacted by the school program coordinator by June 30, 2020.

    Contact Information

    Kisha Dorch  Kisha.Dorch@pgcps.org

     

    Class Sessions

    August 3 - 13, Monday - Thursday, 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

    Offered online through Zoom and Google Meet

    Science and Technology First Steps to Success Program

    This section was last updated: 2020-05-28

    Program Description

    The virtual First Steps to Success Program is designed to assist newly admitted 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, mathematics, technology, and study skills sessions. The program will include 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 virtually attending a research institution.

    Who Should Apply

    Rising 9th and 10th grade students newly registered in the Science and Technology Program are permitted to attend this virtual summer program.


    How To Apply

    Newly enrolled students will be contacted by the school program coordinator by June 30, 2020.


    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

    August 3 - 14, Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

    Offered online through Google Meet

    College and Career Readiness Bootcamp

    This section was last updated: 2020-05-28

    Program Description

    The 2020 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 who want to be deeply entrenched in the college search and preparation  experience.  200 spaces are available.

    How To Apply

    Students will apply through June 30, 2020, on the College Readiness website: https://www1.pgcps.org/collegereadiness/  using this Registration Form.

    Contact Information

    Olivia Pearson, olivia.pearson@pgcps.org

    Alonzo Bailey, alonzo.bailey@pgcps.org


     

    Class Sessions

    August 3 - 14, Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

    Offered online through Google Classroom, Naviance, and Google Hangout

    International Baccalaureate (IB) Summer Bridge

    This section was last updated: 2020-05-28

    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 are 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 six authorized IB high schools.

    How To Apply

    Students must register online at the PGCPS IB Website - https://www.pgcps.org/ib/ by Friday, June 30, 2020, as spaces are limited at each school site. Students must select the IB school they will attend in Fall 2020.

    Contact Information

     Further questions could 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: 

    • Central High School - Mrs. Devlin, Shaun.Devlin@pgcps.org 

    • Frederick Douglass High School- Mrs. Watson, kimwat@pgcps.org or Dr. Maxwell,  Letty.Maxwell@pgcps.org  

    • Laurel High School - Mr. Diewald - Allen.Diewald@pgcps.org 

    • Parkdale High School - Mrs. Constant - Erycka.Smalls@pgcps.org 

    • Suitland High School - Ms. Williams - Kamilah.Williams@pgcps.org 

    Class Sessions

    August 3 - 6 or August 10 - 13,Monday through Thursday, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

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

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

    3D Scholars

    This section was last updated: 2020-05-28

    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 by the program coordinator by June 30, 2020.


    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 3 - 7, Monday - Friday, 9:00 am to 1:00 pm 

    Offered online through Google Classroom, Naviance, and Google Hangout


    Aerospace Engineering and Aviation Technology

    This section was last updated: 2020-05-28

    Program Description

    The virtual Aerospace Engineering and Aviation Technology (AEAT) 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, mathematics, 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 virtual research institution.


    Who Should Apply

    Rising 9th 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 by June 30, 2020.


    Contact Information

    Felicia Martin Latief, STEM@pgcps.org; Christina Howland, dhsaero@pgcps.org


     

    Class Sessions

    Class Sessions: August 3 - 14, Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

    Offered online through Google Meet


    CTE Career Explorers Camp

    This section was last updated: 2020-04-28

    Program Description

    CTE Career Explorers Virtual Camp will provide rising 9th and 10th grade students with the opportunity to discover their passion for four different career industry concentrations of their choice. Educators will deliver real-time, virtual activities that are engaging to help students match their career goals and interests, increase awareness of related Career and Technical Education (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. There are 200 slots available.


    How To Apply

    Students can apply at https://www.pgcps.org/cte/ by June 30, 2020.

    Contact Information

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

    Tracy Walls, Instructional Specialist - twalls@pgcps.org


     

    Class Sessions

    August 3 - 13, 2020  Monday - Thursday, 9:00 a.m. - 10:45 a.m.

    Offered online through Google Classroom and Google Meet


    Talent Ready

    This section was last updated: 2020-05-28

    Program Description

    The virtual one-week TalentReady Summer Bridge session is designed to engage Rising 9th grade students at Largo High School in meaningful synchronous and asynchronous lessons developed by Prince George's County Public Schools, Prince George’s Community College, and Employ Prince George's, Inc. The goal of this program is to acclimate students to online learning, high school, college, and all of the other necessary steps as they work towards their certifications in Information Technology and their Associates Degree.

    Who Should Apply

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


    How To Apply

    Newly enrolled students will be contacted by the program coordinator by June 30, 2020.

    Contact Information

    Quiana Bannerman quiana.bannerman@pgcps.org, Roderick Adams, roderick.adams@pgcps.org

     

    Class Sessions

    August 3 - 7, Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

    Offered online through Google Classroom


  • Cross Level Programs

  • Special Education Extended School Year (ESY)

    This section was last updated: 2020-06-03

    Program Description

    This virtual 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 30, 2020, Monday -Thursday, 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 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.) 

    Offered online through Zoom and Google Classroom

  • School-Based Programs

    All summer programs will be virtual.  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 details, technology pick-up date (if necessary) and all other information.


  • Buck Lodge Middle School

    Above and Beyond Summer Stem Academy for rising 6th,7th, and 8th grade students. Students will participate in daily activities learning Newton's Law of Motion, mathematics and science standards, and building rockets and programming robots.

    Who should Apply: Rising 6th, 7th, and 8th grades

    Class Sessions: August 3 - 14, Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

    Contact: Maria Leonard, mtleo@pgcps.org

    Charles Carroll Middle School

    The virtual summer program will offer both intervention and enrichment learning opportunities to all students, grades 6-8, that will be enrolled at Charles Carroll Middle School for the 2020-2021 school year. Students will be provided learning opportunities to build upon academic standards in Reading/English Language Arts, Mathematics, and Middle School Advisory. 

    Who should apply: Rising 6th and 7th graders

    Class Session: August 3 - 14, Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., Monday - Friday

    Offered online through Google Classroom and Google Meets

    Contacts: Tiffani Sheppard, tiffani.sheppard@pgcps.org or Cherita Hogan, cherita.hogan@pgcps.org

    Cherokee Lane Elementary School

    L.E.A.P., which stands for Learning in Extended Academic Programs, is a virtual program that provides interventions to support increased academic achievement in reading and mathematics, while providing opportunities in art and music.

    Who should apply : Rising Kindergarten and Rising 1st Grade students

    Class sessions: July 1- 31, 9:00 - 11:00 am, Monday-Friday

    Offered online through Google Classroom and Google Meet

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


    Cool Spring Elementary School - Rising Kindergarten and Rising Grade 1

    L.E.A.P., which stands for Learning in Extended  Academic Programs, is a virtual program that provides interventions to support increased academic achievement in reading and mathematics, while providing opportunities in art and music.

    Who should Apply: Rising Kindergarten and Rising 1st Grade students

    Class Sessions: July 1 - 31, 9:00 a.m. -11 a.m., Monday-Friday

    Offered online through Google Classroom and Google Meet

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

    Cool Spring Elementary School - Rising Pre-Kindergarten

    Pre-Kindergarten students will engage in virtual learning focusing on areas of school readiness domains in mathematics, literacy, social emotional development and the arts.  Students will be given instruction 45 minutes per day by a certified teacher and materials to work at home to complete assigned learning tasks.

    Who should apply: Rising Pre-Kindergarten students

    Class Sessions: July 1- 31, 2020, 9:00 am-1:00 pm, Monday-Friday

    Offered online through Google Classroom and Google Meet

    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: Rising 7th and 8th Graders

    Class Sessions:  August 3 - 14, Monday - Friday, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

    Offered online through Zoom, Google

    Contact: Colby White, cwhite@pgcps.org


    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 

    Offered online through Google Meet or Zoom

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

    IHS Largo Contact: Regena Williams, regena.williams@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. 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 Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade students

    Class Sessions:  August 3 - 14, Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. 

    Offered online through Google Classroom

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

    Robert Frost Elementary School

    The Rising Tigers program will be a virtual program for students in grades 1st through 4th.  The virtual class size will be limited to 10 students.  Parents will be asked to sign up students on a first-come, first-served basis. 

    Who should apply: Students below grade level in mathematics and reading who are in grades 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th

    Class Sessions:  August 3 - 14, 9:00 am - 12 noon, Monday - Friday

    Offered online through Google Classroom

    Contact: Kathleen Bechtold, kathle.bechtold@pgcps.org 


    Rosa Parks Elementary School

    L.E.A.P., which stands for Learning in Extended Academic Programs, is a virtual program that provides interventions to support increased academic achievement in reading and mathematics, while providing opportunities in art and music.

    Who should apply: Rising Kindergarten and Rising 1st Grade students

    Class sessions: July 1-31, Monday - Friday,  9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

    Offered online through Google Classroom and Google Meet

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

    Samuel Massie Academy

    Gateway Summer STEM Enrichment Program is for rising 6th and 7th grade students enrolled at Samuel P. Massie Academy. The program operates with weekly STEM-based virtual field trips. 

    Who should apply: Rising 6th and 7th graders

    Class Sessions: August 3 - 14, Monday - Friday,  9:00 am - 1:00 pm

    Offered online through Google Classroom. 

    Contact: Sharon Hill, sharon.hill@pgcps.org

    Seat Pleasant Elementary School

    This program will offer virtual beginning reading strategies and support, including Guided Reading.

    Who should apply: Rising Kindergarten and Rising 1st Grade students

    Class Sessions:  August 3 - 14, Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

    Offered online through Google Classroom, Zoom/Google Meet

    Contact: Desiree Early, desiree.murphy@pgcps.org
  • Additional Summer Resources provided by Prince George's County Government

  • Free Online Live 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 County Memorial Library Resources for Students

    This is a list of student resources provided by Prince George's County Memorial Library. Please click this link to access the Prince George's County Memorial Library Student Resources.

    The Maryland National Parks Planning Commission Virtual Summer Clubhouses

    M-NCPPC, DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION

    Announces Registration for Virtual Summer Clubhouses

     

    RIVERDALE, MD – The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC), Department of Parks and Recreation announces the registration for our virtual Summer Clubhouses beginning this coming Monday, June 15, 2020, at 9 a.m. Parents and guardians can go online beginning today, to view the guide at pgparks.com/Virtual Summer Clubhouses and review all of the options.

     

    Summer Clubhouses will be available for youth, ages 6 to 17, (up to 21 for Therapeutic Recreationprograms), from June 29 through August 14. Registration begins for Prince George’s County residents only on June 15 and for everyone else on June 22. A PARKS DIRECT account is required for registration. Cost is $10/per one week session. *The June 29th week sessions are $8/week (due to the July 3rdclosure) for the Independence Day Holiday.


    Prince George's Community College - Owl Scholars Camp

    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 Owl Scholars Camp to access the website for more information.