DCPS Summer School Learning + After School Information For 2017

Hi Parents, Guardians + Friends,

A lot of you have inquired about summer school and if there will be any after-school once summer school lets out for the day. I’m happy to provide you with additional information regarding summer school for DCPS.

If you have registered your child for summer school 2017 please take note of the following:

  • Dates: Monday through Friday, June 26 through July 28 (except for July 4)
  • Times: 8:00am to 1:00pm
  • Grade levels: Kindergarten through 8th grade
  • Location: Brightwood Elementary (1300 Nicholson Street, NW)
  • Food: Breakfast and lunch will be provided
  • Enrollment fee: none (registration is currently closed)

To inquire about your child’s registration information and/or site, please email dcps.summer@dc.gov

FOR AFTER-SCHOOL

If your child is registered for summer school learning, after-school WILL BE provided for our CES students who will be entering Kindergarten for the 2017-2018 school year. However, CES will NOT be providing the after-school services.

Please note that ONLY DCPS students registered for summer school from 8:00am until 1:00pm are eligible to participate in after-school from 1:00pm until 5:30pm each day.

For additional information regarding the community partner for after-school, please contact dcps.summer@dc.gov

Thank you!

Summer Update: CES In Action at Bruce Monroe Elementary!

As you may know — CES is in business year-round! During the school year at a few locations; and even during the summer! This summer, we were based at our partner school, Bruce Monroe Elementary to oversee their after school program for the students enrolled in summer school (grades Kindergarten – 2nd grade).

No matter the location or season, we make it our business to have some fun! From dancing, to drama plays to reading — Hey! Reading can be fun 😉 We even took a few field trips here and there, with one of our last trips to the National Building Museum (older kids) and to the Turkey Thicket Splash Park (younger kids). But that was just only ONE week of fun! We visited places all over DC over the summer, not only for entertainment — but for learning purposes. We can never leave that out 🙂

Was your child in summer school with us this season? Take a look for yourself:

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