Manteca Unified is rolling out a robust summer education program aimed at addressing learning shortfalls created by distance learning as well as helping others further enrich their learning
While some programs are by invitation only based entirely on student need as informed by assessment testing data, other programs can be supplemental learning opportunities for students this summer. The goal of the “invite” offerings is to help all students attain grade level achievement.
The opportunities include:
*The Summer Academy: The Summer Academy is a specific program that focuses on foundational skills in Math and English language arts for students in K-8 grade needing targeted instruction.
*Grade Repair: Grade repair is an opportunity for 9-10 grade students to remediate essential standards and receive five (5) credits in English or Algebra.
*Extended School Year: An in-person offering through MUSD’s Special Education Department and intended for students with an identified individualized education plan needing to address regression or recoupment.
*Migrant Summer: An in-person program specialized for students identified as receiving migrant services in grades K-5 needing to accelerate learning in math and literacy.
*Cultural Education Camps: Students enrolled in the Title VI Indian Education program within MUSD explore the riverbanks of San Joaquin learning about native animals, plants while fishing, hiking, and practicing archery.
*Day in the Park: Day in the Park program is specifically for students and their families experiencing homelessness by providing an opportunity to promote learning. This is an extension of a far more comprehensive effort to ensure every student is supported.
*Exact Path: Online learning program that personalizes learning across grades K-10 in reading, language arts, and math as informed by assessment testing.
*STEM Summer Camps: through partnership with San Joaquin Office of Education, all MUSD students have the opportunity to enroll in an enriching STEM summer experience hosted by the SJCOE.
Visit www.mantecausd.net/SLI to see all summer opportunities and resources for student engagement.