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The Toolkit includes five summer program catalog samples from three different school districts. These samples are comprehensive guides of the district-sponsored and co-sponsored programs provided for students during the summer. Each sample catalog includes an overview of the district’s summer learning approach, program descriptions, schedules, administration contacts, eligibility requirements, and enrollment procedures. SAMPLE DALLAS SUMMER CATALOG (ENGLISH) For information on the importance of comprehensive summer program catalogs and tips for developing effective catalogs, review Summer Program Catalog Guidance.

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The Toolkit includes five summer program catalog samples from three different school districts. These

samples are comprehensive guides of the district-sponsored and co-sponsored programs provided for

students during the summer. Each sample catalog includes an overview of the district’s summer learning

approach, program descriptions, schedules, administration contacts, eligibility requirements, and

enrollment procedures.

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D A L L A S S U M M E R C A T A L O G ( E N G L I S H )

F o r i n f o r m a t i o n o n t h e i m p o r t a n c e o f c o m p r e h e n s i v e s u m m e r p r o g r a m c a t a l o g s a n d t i p s f o r d e v e l o p i n g e f f e c t i v e c a t a l o g s , r e v i e w S u m m e r P r o g r a m C a t a l o g G u i d a n c e .

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DA L L A S I N D E P E N D E N T S C H O O L D I S T R I C T

2018

Summer Learning GuideDiscover the many summer learning activities

that Dallas ISD and Dallas City of Learning have to offer.

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Welcome

Dear Dallas Families, Summer is an exciting time — one filled with fun and exploration! It can also be a time for your children to learn a new skill, improve their reading ability or explore the arts.

Dallas ISD and the City of Dallas have partnered under the umbrella Dallas City of Learning to bring Dallas families dozens of FREE and FUN summer activities for children of all ages. This partnership is managed by the nonprofit organization Big Thought.

Whether your child is interested in robotics, dance, sports or literature, we have an activity to keep him or her engaged and excited about learning all summer long! This “Discover Summer” catalog is a one-stop-shop for parents to learn about activities and programs right in their own backyard.

We invite you to explore this catalog, mark the pages that interest you and your child, and decide together which activity or learning program is best suited for your child. You can also explore www.dallascityoflearning.org for these and other summer opportunities.

We hope you have the best summer ever discovering the opportunities that Dallas ISD and Dallas City of Learning have to offer!

Sincerely,

Michael HinojosaSuperintendent of Dallas ISD

Mike RawlingsMayor of Dallas

Byron SandersCEO, Big Thought

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How to Discover SummerLocate Your Geographic Area.Start by locating summer activities and programs in your geographic area. The Discover Summer catalog is divided into four geographic quadrants: Northeast, Southeast, Northwest and Southwest.

Scan the list of Summer Activities and Programs. After locating your geographic area, scan the list of summer activities and programs, which are listed in alphabetical order. Activities and camps include athletics and sports activities, college and career programs, culinary arts and fine arts experiences, leadership activities, literacy programs and STEM camps.

Highlight Activities and Programs of Interest. Highlight the activities and programs that interest you and your child. Be sure to note the camp dates, locations, hours of operation and the websites where you can find more information!

Get Ready for Fun! Once you complete enrollment and registration, mark your calendar and get ready for your child to have the best summer ever!

LOOKING FOR EVEN MORE INFO?

www.dallasisd.org/summerlearning | dallascityoflearning.org

Enroll Your Child.Once you select your top activities or programs, visit their websites for contact information so you can call or send an email to get your child enrolled. Be sure to ask questions like: “What should my child wear?” “Will breakfast and lunch be served?” “What should my child bring with him or her?”

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* Inclusion of non-district service providers and agencies in the Summer Guide does not constitute endorsement of services by Dallas ISD.

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Camps located in the northeast quadrant are those located east of Interstate 45/U.S. 75 and north of Interstate 30.

CAMP METALHEAD CREATIVE ARTS CENTER OF DALLASCamp MetalHead is a free summer program providing relevant job skills training and quality arts instruction in welding and jewelry making. Students gain impressive job skills while learning welding, belt sanding, sand blasting and grinding in metal arts and small metals. Students will use tools such as oxyacetylene torches, arc welders, pneumatic hammers, jewelry torches, grinders, polishers, and more. Field trips will feature visits to artists’ studios and local job sites to show how these tools are used in both environments. Camp MetalHead couples arts instruction with job skills training, while expanding students’ abilities in a fun and active way. Over the course of the six-week summer program, students will develop artistic skills, enhance their creativity and thirst for learning and gain knowledge about future careers. Students are referred by Dallas ISD teachers and guidance counselors and area nonprofits, such as Wesley-Rankin and Café Momentum.OPEN TO AGES 13 - 17 BY REFERRALDATES:6/22/2018 - 7/27/2018LOCATION:Creative Arts Center of Dallas 2360 Laughlin Drive Dallas, TX, 75228For more information, visit: http://www.creativeartscenter.org/outreach/camp-metalhead

CITYSQUARE FOOD ON THE MOVECitySquare Food on the Move offers food and fun every weekday from June 4 - August 10 in various locations across the metroplex! Students can enjoy free activities, including physical fitness, card games, arts & crafts, and visits by dancers, scientists, animals, and more!OPEN TO AGES 2 - 18DATES:6/4/2018 - 8/10/2018LOCATION:Multiple Locations For more information, visit: https://www.citysquare.org/programs/food/

DALLAS ISD STEM CAMPSStudents will participate in real-world, hands-on activities that focus on STEM-related coursework and careers. The STEM Summer Camps will support the district’s goal of providing quality co-curricular and extracurricular opportunities for students to participate in real-world challenges. The camps will allow them to solve problems through engaging, STEM- related hands-on investigations, experiments, and engineering tasks.DATES:To Be AnnouncedMULTIPLE LOCATIONS:Locations to be determined.For more information: http://www.dallasisd.org/STEM

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ATHLETICS LEADERSHIP STEM ACADEMIC FINE ARTS LITERACY CULINARY ARTS COLLEGE AND CAREER

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DALLAS ISD SUMMER STRINGS CAMPDallas ISD offers this quality summer strings camp in cooperation with the Orchestra of New Spain to give students the opportunity to receive instruction from strings experts and to perform in a final student concert at the end of the camp. OPEN TO DALLAS ISD STUDENTS DATES:6/11/2018 - 6/15/2018LOCATION:Emmett J. Conrad High School 7502 Fair Oaks Ave. Dallas, TX 75231For more information: www.dallasisd.org/summerlearning

EAGLE SCHOLARS UNIVERSITY SUMMER PROGRAMThis program prepares students for college through a variety of college readiness workshops, exposure to cultural activities and careers, and promotes positive behaviors (time management, financial literacy, study skills, etc.). Our goal is to assist students to connect their interests and talents with career choices, develop leadership skills, and experience a college-going community atmosphere where students help and encourage each other. OPEN TO DALLAS ISD STUDENTS FROM SAM TASBY MIDDLE SCHOOL WHO MEET SPECIFIC CRITERIADATES:6/11/2018  - 7/20/2018LOCATION:Sam Tasby Middle School 7001 Fair Oaks Ave. Dallas, TX 75231Eligible students will be contacted by a program representative.For more information: (214) 498-6097

EPIC CAMPThese two-week camps will offer students a variety of engaging and hands-on learning activities in the areas of leadership, literacy, culinary arts, fine arts, physical activity, STEM, character development, robotics, and more! Specific activities will vary by location. OPEN TO DALLAS ISD STUDENTSDATES:7/16/2018 - 7/26/2018LOCATION:L.L. Hotchkiss Elementary School 6929 Town North Dr. Dallas, TX 75231For more information: www.dallasisd.org/summerlearning

ESY 2018-VISION SKILLS PROGRAMThe ESY 2018 Vision Skills Program is specifically designed for students with a visual impairment. OPEN TO DALLAS ISD STUDENTS IDENTIFIED BY ARDDATES:6/11/2018 - 6/28/2018LOCATION:Sam Tasby Middle School 7001 Fair Oaks Ave. Dallas, TX 75231Eligible students will be contacted by the staff of their regular school campus.For more information: www.dallasisd.org/summerlearning

EXTENDED SCHOOL YEARDallas ISD’s Extended School Year Services are special education and related services offered beyond the regular school year as part of an individualized instructional program for eligible students with disabilities. Student eligibility for extended school year services is determined on a case-by-case basis by the student’s Admission, Review, and Dismissal committee (ARD), which develops individual goals and objectives.OPEN TO DALLAS ISD STUDENTS IDENTIFIED BY ARDDATES:6/18/2018 - 8/2/2018MULTIPLE LOCATIONS:Emmett J. Conrad High School 7502 Fair Oaks Ave. Dallas, TX 75231Harold W. Lang Sr. Middle School 1678 Chenault St. Dallas, TX 75228 L.L. Hotchkiss Elementary School 6929 Town North Dr. Dallas, TX 75231 Cesar Chavez Elementary School 1710 N. Carroll Ave. Dallas, TX 75204 Eligible students will be contacted by the staff of their regular school campus.

FREE JUNIOR PLAYERS DISCOVER SHAKESPEARE CAMPOpen to all students currently in grades 6 - 8, the Discover Shakespeare workshop will help you learn to work with Shakespearean text and language! Perform in one of Shakespeare’s greatest hits! Impress your family and friends with your ability to interpret Shakespeare in a single bound! Say the words and actually understand what they mean! Learn why Shakespeare’s plays are still relevant and important to the world today! OPEN TO AGES 11 - 14DATES:Starting 7/6/2018LOCATION:Location to be determined.For more information, visit: http://www.juniorplayers.org

NORTHEAST CAMPS & ACTIVITIES

ATHLETICS LEADERSHIP STEM ACADEMIC FINE ARTS LITERACY CULINARY ARTS COLLEGE AND CAREER

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FREE JUNIOR PLAYERS DISCOVER THEATER CAMPDiscover Summer Theater Camps are a free resource to North Texas children that focuses on teaching basic skills of theater performance in a safe, fun and structured environment. Professional teaching artists lead warm-up exercises, theater games and facilitate an original ten-minute performance piece to debut at the Festival of Plays. Each camp site will participate in a Festival of Plays session either the night of, or the day following, the last day of class. The festival location will be announced later in the spring. The summer camp locations and times will be made available on the Junior Players website beginning March 15, 2018. OPEN TO AGES 7 - 14DATES:Starting 7/9/2018LOCATION:Locations to be determined For more information, visit: http://www.juniorplayers.org

MAYOR'S SUMMER READING CHALLENGE (DALLAS PUBLIC LIBRARY)Read every day and earn great prizes! Track each day you spend at least 20 minutes reading or being read to. After 10 days of reading, visit the library to pick up your prize! Keep reading and get more prizes after 20, 30, 40, and 50 days, plus be entered to win grand prizes!OPEN TO ALL AGESDATES: 6/2/2018 - 8/11/2018LOCATION:Multiple LocationsFor more information, visit: dallaslibrary.beanstack.org or www.dallaslibrary.org/msrc

PRE-K/BILINGUAL SUMMER CAMPDallas ISD’s Prekindergarten/Bilingual Summer Camp provides an environment where educators and students can engage in meaningful learning experiences in a very positive culture and climate. Our main goal is to improve student achievement through the summer school experience. There is no transportation provided.OPEN TO DALLAS ISD STUDENTS CURRENTLY ENROLLED IN PRE-K.DATES: 6/11/2018 - 6/28/2018MULTIPLE LOCATIONS:Jack Lowe Sr. Elementary School 7000 Holly Hill Dr. Dallas, TX 75231Mount Auburn Elementary School 6012 E. Grand Ave. Dallas, TX 75223For more information: www.dallasisd.org/summerlearning

REFUGEE SCHOOL IMPACT PROGRAMThis academic and enrichment program is geared for students in their first year in the U.S. Topics covered include learning about children around the world, health and safety concerns (dealing with an emergency, water sport safety, traffic safety) and personal hygiene. We plan two Thursday field trips for our students and a closing party on the last Thursday of the program.OPEN TO DALLAS ISD REFUGEE STUDENTS WHO ARE IN THEIR FIRST YEAR IN THE U.S.DATES: 6/7/2018 - 6/29/2018LOCATION:Sam Tasby Middle School 7001 Fair Oaks Ave. Dallas, TX 75231For more information: www.dallasisd.org/summerlearning

SCIENCE DISCOVERY CAMP 2018Science Discovery Camp is a summer enrichment program designed to provide engaging, hands-on learning opportunities for English language learners entering grades three through eight. OPEN TO DALLAS ISD STUDENTS IDENTIFIED BY LPACDATES: 6/11/2018 - 6/28/2018MULTIPLE LOCATIONS:Dan D. Rogers Elementary School 5314 Abrams Rd. Dallas, TX 75214Harold W. Lang Sr. Middle School 1678 Chenault St. Dallas, TX 75228For more information: Eligible students will be contacted by their normally assigned campus

SUMMER AT THE DALLAS PUBLIC LIBRARYThere's reading and learning and fun all summer long at Dallas Public Library! Visit your nearest location every week to get your hands messy doing experiments, tease your brain with puzzles, and see exotic animals up close. There are new and exciting performers each week. Plus, sign up to earn prizes for reading through the Mayor's Summer Reading Challenge!OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS AGES 0 - 18DATES: 6/2/2018 - 8/11/2018MULTIPLE LOCATIONS:Audelia Road Branch LibraryForest Green Branch LibraryLakewood Branch LibraryLochwood Branch LibrarySkillman Southwestern Branch LibraryWhite Rock Hills Branch LibraryFor more information, visit: www.dallaslibrary.org/events

SUMMER BOOK BUDDIES (DALLAS PUBLIC LIBRARY)Dallas Public Library offers help for students whose reading skills need a little boost. Children entering grades two through five can be paired with a reading buddy to help maintain their skills.OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS AGES 7 - 11DATES: 6/11/2018 - 8/5/2018LOCATION:Multiple LocationsFor more information, visit: www.dallaslibrary.org/events

SUMMER DANCE INTENSIVEThis one-week dance intensive includes master classes in several genres including ballet, modern, jazz, hip-hop, tap, contemporary/lyrical, and world dance. The program will provide students the opportunity to grow through the art of dance, and as individuals by developing their self-discipline, time management, and communication skills. OPEN TO DALLAS ISD STUDENTS ONLYDATES: Dates to be determined.LOCATION:Locations to be determined.For more information: http://www.dallasisd.org/danceintensive

NORTHEAST CAMPS & ACTIVITIES

ATHLETICS LEADERSHIP STEM ACADEMIC FINE ARTS LITERACY CULINARY ARTS COLLEGE AND CAREER

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Schools located in the northwest quadrant are those located west of Interstate 45/U.S. 75 and north of Interstate 30.

ALL-SPORTS CAMPAll-Sports Camps offer students age eight to incoming ninth-graders the opportunity to participate in several different sports daily; perfect for students not already on a sports team. DATES: 6/18/2018 - 6/21/2018LOCATION:Alfred J. Loos Sports Complex 3815 Spring Valley Rd. Addison, TX 75001 For more information: www.dallasisd.org/athletics

BASICALLY BEETHOVEN FESTIVAL (FINE ARTS CHAMBER PLAYERS)Join us on Sundays in July for this exciting festival featuring professional musicians from local ensembles performing a diverse range of music. The first concert of the festival will feature a string quartet: two violins, a viola, and a cello. The program will include the piece String Quartet, No. 5 by Quinn Mason, an accomplished young composer who grew up in Dallas and graduated from Dallas ISD. Every program includes a Rising Star Recital at 2:30 p.m. and a Feature Performance at 3 p.m. Rising Star Recitals present local gifted student musicians, many of whom are winners of area music and concerto competitions. Feature Performances showcase professional musicians from across the Metroplex. Admission is FREE; performances are easily accessible by public transit and are open to longtime arts patrons and area residents who are new to classical music. Families with children are welcome. OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS AGES 2 AND UP

DATES: 7/1/2018, 7/8/2018, 7/15/2018, 7/22/2018 and 7/29/2018LOCATION:Moody Performance Hall 2520 Flora Street Dallas, TX, 75201For more information, visit: https://www.fineartschamberplayers.org/ basically-beethoven-festival/

NORTHWEST CAMPS & ACTIVITIES

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CITYSQUARE FOOD ON THE MOVECitySquare’s Food on the Move offers food and fun every weekday from June 4 - August 10 in various locations across the metroplex! Enjoy free activities including physical fitness, card games, arts & crafts, and visits from dancers, scientists, animals, and more!OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS AGES 2 - 18

DATES: 6/4/2018 - 8/10/2018LOCATION:Multiple Locations For more information, visit: https://www.citysquare.org/programs/food/

DALLAS ISD STEM CAMPSStudents will participate in real-world, hands-on activities that focus on STEM-related coursework and careers. The STEM Summer Camps will support the district’s goal of providing quality co-curricular and extracurricular opportunities for students to participate in real-world challenges. The camps will allow them to solve problems through engaging, STEM- related hands-on investigations, creations, experiments, and engineering tasks.DATES:To Be AnnouncedMULTIPLE LOCATIONS:Locations to be determined.For more information: http://www.dallasisd.org/STEM

DALLAS ISD SUMMER BAND CAMPDallas ISD’s Visual and Performing Arts Instrumental Music Department offers this quality summer band camp in cooperation with the Dallas Winds to provide youth with a summer band instructional and performance program. More than 600 students participate in this centrally located event. OPEN TO DALLAS ISD STUDENTS ONLY

DATES: 6/11/2018 - 6/16/2018LOCATION:Booker T. Washington High School 2501 Flora St. Dallas, TX 75201For more information, visit: www.dallasisd.org/summerlearning

EXTENDED SCHOOL YEARDallas ISD’s Extended School Year Services are special education and related services offered beyond the regular school year as part of an individualized instructional program for eligible students with disabilities. Student eligibility for extended school year services is determined on a case-by-case basis by the student’s Admission, Review, and Dismissal (ARD) committee, which develops individual goals and objectives.OPEN TO DALLAS ISD STUDENTS IDENTIFIED BY ARD

DATES: 6/18/2018 - 8/2/2018MULTIPLE LOCATIONS:L.G. Pinkston High School 2200 Dennison St. Dallas, TX 75212 Tom W. Field Elementary School 2151 Royal Ln. Dallas, TX 75229 Eligible students will be contacted by the staff of their regular school campus.

FREE JUNIOR PLAYERS DISCOVER SHAKESPEARE CAMPOpen to all students currently in grades 6 - 8, this workshop will help you learn how to work with Shakespearean text and language! Perform in one of Shakespeare’s greatest hits! Impress your family and friends with your ability to interpret Shakespeare in a single bound! Say the words and actually understand what they mean! Learn why Shakespeare’s plays are still relevant and important to the world today! OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS AGES 11 - 14

DATES: Starting 7/6/2018LOCATION:Location to be determined.For more information, visit: http://www.juniorplayers.org

FREE JUNIOR PLAYERS DISCOVER THEATER CAMPDiscover Summer Theater Camps are a free resource to North Texas children. The focus is learning the basic skills of theater performance in a safe, fun and structured environment. Professional teaching artists lead warm-up exercises, theater games and facilitate an original ten-minute performance piece to debut at the Festival of Plays. Each camp site will participate in a Festival of Plays session either the night of, or the day following, the last day of class. The festival location will be announced later in the spring. The summer camp locations and times will be listed on the Junior Players website on March 15, 2018. OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS AGES 7 - 14

DATES: Starting 7/9/2018LOCATION:Locations to be determined. For more information, visit: http://www.juniorplayers.org

NORTHWEST CAMPS & ACTIVITIES

MAYOR'S SUMMER READING CHALLENGE (DALLAS PUBLIC LIBRARY)Read every day and earn great prizes! Track each day you spend at least 20 minutes reading or being read to. After 10 days of reading, visit the library to pick up your prize! Keep readng and get more prizes after 20, 30, 40, and 50 days, plus be entered to win grand prizes!OPEN TO STUDENTS OF ALL AGES

DATES:6/2/2018 - 8/11/2018MULTIPLE LOCATIONS:For more information, visit: dallaslibrary.beanstack.org or www.dallaslibrary.org/msrc

ATHLETICS LEADERSHIP STEM ACADEMIC FINE ARTS LITERACY CULINARY ARTS COLLEGE AND CAREER

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PRE-K/BILINGUAL SUMMER CAMPDallas ISD’s Prekindergarten/Bilingual Summer Camp provides an environment where educators and students can engage in meaningful learning experiences in a very positive culture and climate. Our main goal is to improve student achievement through the summer school experience. There is no transportation provided.OPEN TO DALLAS ISD STUDENTS CURRENTLY ENROLLED IN PRE-K. DATES: 6/11/2018 - 6/28/2018MULTIPLE LOCATIONS:Leonides Gonzalez Cigarroa M.D. Elementary School 9990 Webb Chapel Rd. Dallas, TX 75220Herbert Marcus Elementary School 2911 Northaven Rd. Dallas, TX 75229Jose “Joe” May Elementary School 9818 Brockbank Dr. Dallas, TX 75220Tom C. Gooch Elementary School 4030 Calculus Rd., Dallas, TX 75244Nathan Adams Elementary School 12600 Welch Rd. Dallas, TX 75244For more information: www.dallasisd.org/summerlearning

SCIENCE DISCOVERY CAMP 2018Science Discovery Camp is a summer enrichment program designed to provide engaging, hands-on learning opportunities for English language learners entering grades three through eight. OPEN TO DALLAS ISD STUDENTS IDENTIFIED BY LPACDATES: 6/11/2018 - 6/28/2018MULTIPLE LOCATIONS:T.J. Rusk Middle School 2929 Inwood Rd. Dallas, TX 75235 F. P. Caillet Elementary School 3033 Merrell Rd. Dallas, TX 75229Esperanza “Hope” Medrano Elementary School 2221 Lucas Dr. Dallas, TX 75219Eligible students will be contacted by their normally assigned campus

SUMMER AT THE DALLAS PUBLIC LIBRARYThere's reading and learning and fun all summer long at Dallas Public Library! Visit your nearest location every week to get your hands messy doing experiments, tease your brain with puzzles, and see exotic animals up close. There are new and exciting performers each week. Plus, sign up to earn prizes for reading through the Mayor's Summer Reading Challenge!OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS AGES 0 - 18DATES: 6/2/2018 - 8/11/2018MULTIPLE LOCATIONS:Bachman Lake Branch Library

Youth Discovery Center

Dallas West Branch Library

Fretz Park Branch Library

Grauwyler Park Branch Library

Oak Lawn Branch Library

Park Forest Branch Library

Preston Royal Branch Library

Renner Frankford Branch Library

Timberglen Branch LibraryFor more information, visit: www.dallaslibrary.org/events

SUMMER BOOK BUDDIES (DALLAS PUBLIC LIBRARY)Dallas Public Library's Summer Book Buddies offers help for students whose reading skills need a little boost. Children entering grades two through five can be paired with a reading buddy to help maintain their skills.OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS AGES 7 - 11DATES: 6/11/2018 - 8/5/2018MULTIPLE LOCATIONS:For more information, visit: www.dallaslibrary.org/events

SUMMER DANCE INTENSIVEThis one-week dance intensive includes master classes in several genres including ballet, modern, jazz, hip hop, tap, contemporary/lyrical, and world dance. The program will provide students the opportunity to grow through the art of dance, and as individuals by developing their self-discipline, time management, and communication skills. OPEN TO DALLAS ISD STUDENTS ONLYDATES: Dates to be determined.LOCATION:Location to be determined.For more information: http://www.dallasisd.org/danceintensive

TBAAL ANNUAL SUMMER ARTS INSTITUTEMore than 500 youth ages 10 to 18 will enjoy a month-long crash course in music, dance, theatre, costume design, make-up, lighting, stage management, photography, and film production, culminating in a large, full-scale, musical theatre productionOPEN TO ALL STUDENTS AGES 10 - 18. NO COST TO CURRENT DALLAS ISD STUDENTSDATES: 6/11/2018 - 6/30/2018LOCATION:The Black Academy of Arts and Letters, Inc. 1309 Canton St. Dallas, TX 75202For more information, visit: www.tbaal.org

ATHLETICS LEADERSHIP STEM ACADEMIC FINE ARTS LITERACY CULINARY ARTS COLLEGE AND CAREER

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SOUTHEAST CAMPS & ACTIVITIES

Schools located in the southeast quadrant are those located east of Interstate 45/U.S. 75 and south of Interstate 30.

ALL-SPORTS CAMPAll-Sports Camps offer students age eight to incoming ninth-graders the opportunity to participate in several different sports daily; perfect for students not already on a sports team. DATES: 6/18/2018 - 6/21/2018LOCATION:Forester Athletic Stadium 8233 Military Pkwy. Dallas, TX 75227 For more information: www.dallasisd.org/athletics

CITYSQUARE FOOD ON THE MOVE CitySquare Food on the Move offers food and fun every weekday from June 4 - August 10 in various locations across the metroplex! Students can enjoy free activities, including physical fitness, card games, arts & crafts, and visits by dancers, scientists, animals, and more!OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS AGES 2 - 18DATES:6/4/2018 - 8/10/2018MULTIPLE LOCATIONS:For more information, visit: https://www.citysquare.org/programs/food/

DALLAS ISD STEM CAMPSStudents will participate in real-world, hands-on activities that focus on STEM-related coursework and careers. The STEM Summer Camps will support the district’s goal of providing quality co-curricular and extracurricular opportunities for students to participate in real-world challenges. The camps will allow them to solve problems through engaging, STEM-related hands-on investigations, experiments, and engineering tasks.DATES:To Be AnnouncedMULTIPLE LOCATIONS:Locations to be determined.For more information: http://www.dallasisd.org/STEM

EARTHXCome out to Fair Park and take part in North America’s largest Earth Day celebration!OPEN TO STUDENTS OF ALL AGESDATES:4/20/2018 - 4/22/2018LOCATION:Dallas Fair ParkFor more information, visit: https://earthx.org

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ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE DAY CAMPThe John Bunker Sands Wetland Center and the Dallas ISD Environmental Education Center are offering an Environmental Science Day Camp for elementary school students who have an interest in science and nature in the outdoors. The camp will target students who completed fifth grade in the 2017-2018 school year.OPEN TO DALLAS ISD STUDENTS ONLYDATES: 7/10/2018 OR 7/24/2018LOCATION:Morning Location Environmental Education Center (EEC) 1600 Bowers Rd. Seagoville, TX 75159Afternoon Location John Bunker Sands Wetland Center 655 Martin Lane Combine/Seagoville, TX 75159For more information: [email protected]

EPIC CAMPThese two-week camps will offer students a variety of engaging and hands-on learning activities in the areas of leadership, literacy, culinary arts, fine arts, physical activity, STEM, character development, robotics, and more! Specific activities will vary by location. OPEN TO DALLAS ISD STUDENTSDATES: 7/16/2018 - 7/26/2018LOCATION:Rufus C. Burleson Elementary School 6300 Elam Rd. Dallas, TX 75217 For more information: www.dallasisd.org/summerlearning

EXTENDED SCHOOL YEARDallas ISD’s Extended School Year Services are special education and related services offered beyond the regular school year as part of an individualized instructional program for eligible students with disabilities. Student eligibility for extended school year services is determined on a case-by-case basis by the student’s Admission, Review, and Dismissal (ARD) committee, which develops individual goals and objectives.OPEN TO DALLAS ISD STUDENTS IDENTIFIED BY ARDDATES: 6/18/2018 - 8/2/2018LOCATION:Rufus C. Burleson Elementary School 6300 Elam Rd. Dallas, TX 75217 Eligible students will be contacted by the staff of their regular school campus.

FRAZIER SOARING SCHOLARS SUMMER CAMPJoin us for an exciting and comprehensive summer camp program for children in the Frazier community.OPEN TO STUDENTS AGES 6 - 12 WHO LIVE IN THE FRAZIER COMMUNITYDATES:6/11/2018 - 8/3/2018LOCATION:Location to be determined.For more information, visit: https://www.frazierdallas.org/register

FREE JUNIOR PLAYERS DISCOVER SHAKESPEARE CAMPOpen to all students currently in grades 6 - 8, this workshop will help you learn how to work with Shakespearean text and language! Perform in one of Shakespeare’s greatest hits! Impress your family and friends with your ability to interpret Shakespeare in a single bound! Say the words and actually understand what they mean! Learn why Shakespeare’s plays are still relevant and important to the world today!OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS AGES 11 - 14

DATES:Starting 7/6/2018LOCATION:Location to be determined.For more information, visit: http://www.juniorplayers.org

FREE JUNIOR PLAYERS DISCOVER THEATER CAMPDiscover Summer Theater Camps are a free resource to North Texas children. The focus is learning the basic skills of theater performance in a safe, fun and structured environment. Professional teaching artists lead warm-up exercises, theater games and facilitate an original ten-minute performance piece to debut at the Festival of Plays. Each camp site will participate in a Festival of Plays session either the night of, or the day following, the last day of class. The festival location will be announced later in the spring. The summer camp locations and times will be listed on the Junior Players website on March 15, 2018. OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS AGES 7 - 14

DATES:Starting 7/9/2018LOCATIONS:Location to be determined.For more information, visit: http://www.juniorplayers.org

GIRL S.M.A.R.T. & S.M.A.R.T. BOYS (SCIENCE, MATH, ART, READING, TECHNOLOGY)This eight-week program is designed to reduce summer learning loss by providing students with academic and enrichment activities, including. hands-on, project-based learning and Friday field trips. OPEN TO DALLAS ISD STUDENTS ONLY

DATES: 6/11/2018 - 8/3/2018LOCATION:Joseph J. Rhoads Learning Center 4401 S. 2nd Ave. Dallas, TX 75210For more information: www.circleofsupportdallas.com

MAYOR'S SUMMER READING CHALLENGE (DALLAS PUBLIC LIBRARY)Read every day and earn great prizes! Track each day you spend at least 20 minutes reading or being read to. After 10 days of reading, visit the library to pick up your prize! Keep readng and get more prizes after 20, 30, 40, and 50 days, plus be entered to win grand prizes!OPEN TO STUDENTS OF ALL AGES

DATES:6/2/2018 - 8/11/2018MULTIPLE LOCATIONS:For more information, visit: dallaslibrary.beanstack.org or www.dallaslibrary.org/msrc

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PRE-K/BILINGUAL SUMMER CAMP Dallas ISD’s Prekindergarten/Bilingual Summer Camp provides an environment where educators and students can engage in meaningful learning experiences in a very positive culture and climate. Our main goal is to improve student achievement through the summer school experience. There is no transportation provided.OPEN TO DALLAS ISD STUDENTS CURRENTLY ENROLLED IN PRE-K. DATES: 6/11/2018 - 6/28/2018MULTIPLE LOCATIONS: Urban Park Elementary School 6901 Military Pkwy. Dallas, TX 75227Henry B. Gonzalez Elementary School 6610 Lake June Rd. Dallas, TX 75217For more information: www.dallasisd.org/summerlearning

SCIENCE DISCOVERY CAMP 2018Science Discovery Camp is a summer enrichment program designed to provide engaging, hands-on learning opportunities for English language learners entering grades three through eight. OPEN TO DALLAS ISD STUDENTS IDENTIFIED BY LPACDATES: 6/11/2018 - 6/28/2018MULTIPLE LOCATIONS:Ebby Halliday Elementary School 10210 Teagarden Rd. Dallas, TX 75217Ascher Silberstein Elementary School 5940 Hollis Ave. Dallas, TX 75227Eligible students will be contacted by their normally assigned campus

THE SCIENCE OF ART 2018 SUMMER CAMP (AFRICAN-AMERICAN MUSEUM)The Science of Art Summer Camp at the African-American Museum will engage students in the creation of art projects through the lens of science, problem solving, and research of African and African-American history. Students will develop skills that support their academic growth and learning goals, such as team building, strategic thinking, project planning and execution. Central objectives of The Science of Art Camp are to provide an environment where young people can discover and utilize the museum’s resources and collections; to connect the embedded principles of science, technology and art to cultural identity and expression; and to create and launch the Science of Art blog for students to interact with their peers throughout the Diaspora, connecting to other young scholars and artists worldwide. Space is limited to 50 students. Scholarships available.OPEN TO STUDENTS AGES 8 - 15DATES:6/11/2018 - 7/20/2018LOCATION:African-American Museum 3536 Grand Avenue Dallas, TX, 75210For more information, visit: http://www.aamdallas.org

SOUTH DALLAS CHILDRENS CHOIR (AFRICAN-AMERICAN MUSEUM)The SDCC is a program of the African-American Museum. The choir has performed with University of Notre Dame Gospel Choir and at Cummings Recreation Center, the MLK Candlelight Ceremony, Fair Park Labor Day Blues & Jazz Festival, Texas Black Invitational Rodeo, State Fair of Texas, Dallas City Hall and the Scott Joplin Chamber Orchestra of Houston. Rehearsals are every 2nd and 4th Sunday from 3 to 5 p.m.OPEN TO STUDENTS AGES 8 - 15DATES:2/1/2018 - 12/31/2018LOCATION:African-American Museum 3536 Grand Avenue Dallas, TX, 75210For more information, visit: http://www.aamdallas.org

SUMMER AT THE DALLAS PUBLIC LIBRARYThere's reading and learning and fun all summer long at Dallas Public Library! Visit your nearest location every week to get your hands messy doing experiments, tease your brain with puzzles, and see exotic animals up close. There are new and exciting performers each week. Plus, sign up to earn prizes for reading through the Mayor's Summer Reading Challenge!OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS AGES 0 - 18DATES: 6/2/2018 - 8/11/2018MULTIPLE LOCATIONS:Kleberg-Rylie Branch LibraryMartin Luther King, Jr. Branch LibraryPleasant Grove Branch LibraryPrairie Creek Branch LibrarySkyline Branch LibraryFor more information, visit: www.dallaslibrary.org/events

SUMMER BOOK BUDDIES (DALLAS PUBLIC LIBRARY)Dallas Public Library's Summer Book Buddies offers help for students whose reading skills need a little boost. Children entering grades two through five can be paired with a reading buddy to help maintain their skills.OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS AGES 7 - 11DATES: 6/11/2018 - 8/5/2018MULTIPLE LOCATIONS:For more information, visit: www.dallaslibrary.org/events

SUMMER DANCE INTENSIVEThis one-week dance intensive includes master classes in several genres, including ballet, modern, jazz, hip-hop, tap, contemporary/lyrical, and world dance. The program will provide students the opportunity to grow through the art of dance, and as individuals by developing their self-discipline, time management, and communication skills. OPEN TO DALLAS ISD STUDENTS ONLYDATES: Dates to be determined.LOCATION:Location to be determined.For more information: http://www.dallasisd.org/danceintensive

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SUMMER SCIENCE ENRICHMENT PROGRAM (ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION CENTER)This fourth-grade Summer Science Enrichment Camp will focus on life and earth science concepts from the fourth- and fifth-grade science standards. This is an outdoor program concentrating on nature and the environment, featuring science investigations using the ponds, woods and grasslands of the Environmental Education Center.OPEN TO DALLAS ISD STUDENTS ONLYDATES: 6/4/2018 - 6/22/2018LOCATION:Environmental Education Center (EEC) 1600 Bowers Rd. Seagoville, TX 75159For more information: [email protected]

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MAYOR’S BACK TO SCHOOL FAIRProviding free school supplies to families with school-aged children who ( a) reside in the City of Dallas or attend Dallas ISD schools and ( b) who meet eligibility requirements.

FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 20188AM – 2PMADMISSION IS FREE

Fair Park Automobile and Centennial BuildingsFor more information, visit: www.mayorsbacktoschoolfair.com

SUMMER MEALS FOR KIDSDallas ISD offers breakfast and lunch to children ages 1-18 throughout the summer at no cost.

For a meal site near you: fcns.dallasisd.org/summer-meals or call (214) 932-5500.

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Camps located in the southwest quadrant are those located west of Interstate 45/U.S. 75 and south of Interstate 30.

ALL-SPORTS CAMPAll-Sports Camps offer students age eight to incoming ninth-graders the opportunity to participate in several different sports daily; perfect for students not already on a sports team. DATES: 6/18/2018 - 6/21/2018MULTIPLE LOCATIONS:Jesse Owens Athletic Complex 9191 S Polk St. Dallas, TX 75232 Sprague Athletic Complex 3701 Boulder Dr. Dallas, TX 75233 Wilmer-Hutchins High and Stadium 5520 Langdon Rd. Dallas, TX 75241 For more information: www.dallasisd.org/athletics

CITYSQUARE FOOD ON THE MOVECitySquare Food on the Move offers food and fun every weekday from June 4 - August 10 in various locations across the metroplex! Students can enjoy free activities, including physical fitness, card games, arts & crafts, and visits by dancers, scientists, animals, and more!OPEN TO AGES 2 - 18DATES:6/4/2018 - 8/10/2018LOCATION:Multiple Locations For more information, visit: https://www.citysquare.org/programs/food/

DALLAS ISD STEM CAMPSStudents will participate in real-world, hands-on activities that focus on STEM-related coursework and careers. The STEM Summer Camps will support the district’s goal of providing quality co-curricular and extracurricular opportunities for students to participate in real-world challenges. The camps will allow them to solve problems through engaging, STEM-related hands-on investigations, creations, experiments, and engineering tasks.DATES:To Be AnnouncedMULTIPLE LOCATIONS:Locations to be determined.For more information: http://www.dallasisd.org/STEM

EPIC CAMPThese two-week camps will offer students a variety of engaging and hands-on learning activities in the areas of leadership, literacy, culinary arts, fine arts, physical activity, STEM, character development, robotics, and more! Specific activities will vary by location. OPEN TO DALLAS ISD STUDENTSDATES: 7/16/2018 - 7/26/2018MULTIPLE LOCATIONS:Daniel Webster Elementary School 3815 S, Franklin St. Dallas, TX 75233 Boude Storey Middle School 3000 Maryland Ave. Dallas, TX 75216 Oliver Wendell Holmes Middle School Academy 2001 E. Kiest Blvd. Dallas, TX 75216 For more information: www.dallasisd.org/summerlearning

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EXTENDED SCHOOL YEARDallas ISD’s Extended School Year Services are special education and related services offered beyond the regular school year as part of an individualized instructional program for eligible students with disabilities. Student eligibility for extended school year services is determined on a case-by-case basis by the student’s Admission, Review, and Dismissal (ARD) committee, which develops individual goals and objectives.OPEN TO DALLAS ISD STUDENTS IDENTIFIED BY ARDDATES: 6/18/2018 - 8/2/2018MULTIPLE LOCATIONS:Boude Storey Middle School 3000 Maryland Ave. Dallas, TX 75216 Daniel Webster Elementary School 3815 S, Franklin St. Dallas, TX 75233 Eligible students will be contacted by the staff of their regular school campus.

FORGOTTEN PEOPLE ENRICHMENT TOUR (FIT AND FAITHFUL LIVING)This camp will introduce the younger generation to slavery and plantation life in the deep south by visiting two plantations, a church, and a college in historic Natchitoches, Louisiana. Why this trip? Black history, which focuses on the contributions of African-Americans, should remain in the minds of our young people. Join us as we honor historic leaders of the Black community, learn how to be better stewards of the privileges we’ve gained, highlight the best of Black history & culture, create awareness, and help students develop a deep understanding of African-Americans in the U.S.OPEN TO AGES 8 - 17; FREE ONLY TO DALLAS ISD STUDENTS WITH A VALID STUDENT ID. ALL OTHERS MUST PAY $25. STUDENTS NEED NOT BE ACTIVE MEMBERS OF THE OAK CLIFF BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB TO PARTICIPATE.DATES:6/28/2018LOCATION:Oak Cliff Boys and Girls Club 2907 Linfield Road Dallas, TX, 75216For more information, visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/wholistic-kids-summer-camp-2018-tickets-42288234247

FREE JUNIOR PLAYERS DISCOVER SHAKESPEARE CAMPOpen to all students currently in grades 6 - 8, this workshop will help you learn how to work with Shakespearean text and language! Perform in one of Shakespeare’s greatest hits! Impress your family and friends with your ability to interpret Shakespeare in a single bound! Say the words and actually understand what they mean! Learn why Shakespeare’s plays are still relevant and important to the world today!OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS AGES 11 - 14

DATES:Starting 7/6/2018LOCATION:Location to be determined.

For more information, visit: http://www.juniorplayers.org

FREE JUNIOR PLAYERS DISCOVER THEATER CAMPDiscover Summer Theater Camps are a free resource to North Texas children. The focus is learning the basic skills of theater performance in a safe, fun and structured environment. Professional teaching artists lead warm-up exercises, theater games and facilitate an original ten-minute performance piece to debut at the Festival of Plays. Each camp site will participate in a Festival of Plays session either the night of, or the day following, the last day of class. The festival location will be announced later in the spring. The summer camp locations and times will be listed on the Junior Players website on March 15, 2018. OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS AGES 7 - 14

DATES:Starting 7/9/2018LOCATION:Location to be determined.

For more information, visit: http://www.juniorplayers.org

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SCHOOL STARTS : MONDAY,AUG. 20, 2O18

For back to school information, visit: www.dallasisd.org/backtoschool

MARK YOUR Calendars

JONA'S GARDEN AND FITNESS CAMP(FIT AND FAITHFUL LIVING)Students will engage in opportunities to bring science, math, and other academic subjects to life through our classroom "tower garden." It is a no-mess, no-fuss means of growing fruits and vegetables in less time with fewer resources. Classroom lesson plans will be provided and as studies show...kids eat what they grow! Students will also participate in fitness exercises.OPEN TO STUDENTS AGES 7 - 13 WHO ARE ACTIVE MEMBERS MEMBERS OF THE OAK CLIFF BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB. TO JOIN, CONTACT CONTACT THE CLUB AT 214-372-4661. DATES:6/5/2018 - 6/29/2018LOCATION:Oak Cliff Boys and Girls Club 2907 Linfield Road Dallas, TX, 75216For more information, visit: Registration Link: https:// www.eventbrite.com/e/wholistic-kids- summer-camp-2018-tickets-42288234247

MAYOR'S SUMMER READING CHALLENGE (DALLAS PUBLIC LIBRARY)Read every day and earn great prizes! Track each day you spend at least 20 minutes reading or being read to. After 10 days of reading, visit the library to pick up your prize! Keep readng and get more prizes after 20, 30, 40, and 50 days, plus be entered to win grand prizes!OPEN TO STUDENTS OF ALL AGES

DATES:6/2/2018 - 8/11/2018MULTIPLE LOCATIONS:For more information, visit: dallaslibrary.beanstack.org or www.dallaslibrary.org/msrc

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PRE-K/BILINGUAL SUMMER CAMPDallas ISD’s Prekindergarten/Bilingual Summer Camp provides an environment where educators and students can engage in meaningful learning experiences in a very positive culture and climate. Our main goal is to improve student achievement through the summer school experience. There is no transportation provided.OPEN TO DALLAS ISD STUDENTS CURRENTLY ENROLLED IN PRE-K. DATES: 6/11/2018 - 6/28/2018MULTIPLE LOCATIONS: N.W. Harllee Early Childhood Center 1216 E. Eighth St. Dallas, TX 75203Barbara Jordan Elementary School 1111 W. Kiest Blvd. Dallas, TX 75224For more information: www.dallasisd.org/summerlearning

SCIENCE DISCOVERY CAMP 2018Science Discovery Camp is a summer enrichment program designed to provide engaging, hands-on learning opportunities for English language learners entering grades three through eight. OPEN TO DALLAS ISD STUDENTS IDENTIFIED BY LPACDATES: 6/11/2018 - 6/28/2018LOCATION:

John F. Peeler Elementary School 810 S. Llewellyn Ave. Dallas, TX 75208 Eligible students will be contacted by their normally assigned campus

SUMMER AT THE DALLAS PUBLIC LIBRARYThere's reading and learning and fun all summer long at Dallas Public Library! Visit your nearest location every week to get your hands messy doing experiments, tease your brain with puzzles, and see exotic animals up close. There are new and exciting performers each week. Plus, sign up to earn prizes for reading through the Mayor's Summer Reading Challenge!OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS AGES 0 - 18DATES:6/2/2018 - 8/11/2018MULTIPLE LOCATIONS:

Hampton-Illinois Branch LibraryHighland Hills Branch LibraryArcadia Park Branch LibraryMountain Creek Branch LibraryNorth Oak Cliff Branch LibraryPaul Laurence Dunbar Lancaster-Kiest Branch LibraryPolk-Wisdom Branch LibraryFor more information, visit: www.dallaslibrary.org/events

SUMMER BOOK BUDDIES DALLAS PUBLIC LIBRARYDallas Public Library's Summer Book Buddies offers help for students whose reading skills need a little boost. Children entering grades two through five can be paired with a reading buddy to help maintain their skills.OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS AGES 7 - 11DATES: 6/11/2018 - 8/5/2018MULTIPLE LOCATIONS:For more information, visit: www.dallaslibrary.org/events

SUMMER DANCE INTENSIVEThis one-week dance intensive includes master classes in several genres, including ballet, modern, jazz, hip-hop, tap, contemporary/lyrical, and world dance. The program will provide students the opportunity to grow through the art of dance, and as individuals by developing their self-discipline, time management, and communication skills. OPEN TO DALLAS ISD STUDENTS ONLYDATES: Dates to be determined.LOCATION:Location to be determined.For more information: http://www.dallasisd.org/danceintensive

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SUMMER ROCKS 5 (DALLAS COMMUNITY FELLOWSHIP, INC.)Summer Rocks 5 is a seven-week (M-F, 7-hours per day) experiential program. Students are exposed to IXL, a computerized learning system designed to help improve math and language skills; the ABC Mouse computerized reading program, computer coding, robotics, critical thinking skills, and social-emotional learning. Choir, dance, drumming, guitar and keyboard are provided for those with musical interests. Culturally enhancing activities include field trips to the Dallas Museum of Art, African-American Museum, Dallas Aquarium, Dallas Zoo, and Texas Horse Park. Students enjoy fun activities including swimming, skating, hiking, pizza parties and horseback riding. The importance of good citizenship and community appreciation is instilled in our youth through clean-up activities, tree-planting and volunteering at World Vision, one of our many community partners. OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS AGES 5 - 17DATES:6/11/2018 - 7/28/2018LOCATION: Rosemont of Oak Hollow Apartments 3015 East Ledbetter Drive Dallas, TX, 75216For more information, visit: http://www.dcficommunity.org

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Summer SSI (Accelerated Instruction)The Summer SSI Accelerated Instruction Program is designed as a continuation of services for students in grades five and eight who did not meet the state passing requirement on the second administration of the STAAR (State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness). Summer SSI provides students the resources and small group instruction that will help prepare them for a third opportunity to meet the STAAR passing requirements.

ALL QUALIFYING ELEMENTARY AND MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS WILL ATTEND THE PROGRAM AND TEST AT THEIR HOME CAMPUS.

EOC Summer AI (Accelerated Instruction) The EOC Summer AI program is for high school students who attempted yet did not successfully meet the state standards on the Texas End of Course Exams.

ALL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS WILL ATTEND EOC TEST PREP AND TEST AT THEIR HOME CAMPUS.

End of Course (EOC) Summer Accelerated Instruction and Testing End of Course summer accelerated instruction and testing will take place at every regular high school. DATES: Monday through Thursday, June 11 – 21TIME: 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. TEST ADMINISTERED: June 25 – 28*Students from magnet schools will attend the EOC Accelerated Instruction program and test at their home campus.

High School Credit Recovery DATES: Monday through Thursday, July 9 – 19 (first semester) and July 23 – August 2 (second semester)TIME: 9 a.m. –  1 p.m.Location:Classes for Bryan Adams and Skyline students will be held at Adams High School.Classes for W.H. Adamson, L.G. Pinkston and Sunset students will be held at Adamson High SchoolClasses for Emmett J Conrad and Hillcrest students will be held at Conrad High School.Classes for Thomas Jefferson and W.T. White students will be held at White High School.Classes for Justin F Kimball, David W Carter and Moises Molina students will be held at Kimball High SchoolClasses for James Madison, Franklin Roosevelt and Lincoln students will be held at Madison High School.Classes for North Dallas and Woodrow Wilson students will be held at North Dallas High School.Classes for Seagoville, H. Grady Spruce, and W.W. Samuell students will be held at Seagoville High SchoolClasses for South Oak Cliff and Wilmer-Hutchins students will be held at South Oak Cliff at Village Fair.Classes for School Community Guidance Center (SCGC) students will be held at Nolan Estes Plaza.

Summer Readiness Program (Traditional Summer School)The Dallas ISD Summer Readiness Program is an intensive eight-day program specifically designed for students who did not meet local promotion requirements. By participating in the Summer Readiness program, students in grades one through eight will be allowed to complete the courses they did not pass during the regular school year.

ALL QUALIFYING ELEMENTARY AND MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS WILL ATTEND THIS PROGRAM AT THEIR HOME CAMPUS.

High School Credit Recovery Program (Traditional Summer School)The High School Credit Recovery Program is designed for Dallas ISD students who have previously attempted and failed high school courses. By participating in the High School Credit Recovery Program, students will be able to recover a total of one full credit in the summer.

STUDENTS WILL ATTEND AT DESIGNATED SITES.

Academic Credit recovery is one of the many opportunities Dallas ISD provides to students during the summer months at NO COST.Programs to meet State and Local Requirements for Promotion or Graduation:

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