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Summer School 2021

     

What does Summer School 2021 look like?

RUSD 4K-8 Summer School summer program that can improve students’ foundational skills and expand their knowledge and problem-solving abilities. During summer school, students will be following safety protocols similar to the regular academic year, such as wearing face coverings/masks and staying 6 feet apart whenever possible.

RUSD High School summer program is credit-recovery based. This means that students who were unable to complete coursework (failed, did not attend) are able to recover those credits by re-taking the course during the summer. During summer school, students will be following safety protocols similar to the regular academic year, such as wearing face coverings/masks and staying 6 feet apart whenever possible. 

If you are interested in learning more about RUSD protocols and procedures related to COVID-19 precautions, please visit our Smart Start website for more information.

Technology

RUSD is a 1-to-1 District. This means that each student will have technology throughout the school year and summer. Students attending Summer School will use technology devices during the day for learning in a variety of classes. Students who will be attending RUSD Summer School from outside of the District (not currently an RUSD student) will be issued a technology device prior to the first day of Summer School.

Summer School Schedule

Summer School will run Mondays - Thursdays, June 21 - July 29, 2021. Please view the 4K-8 and High School pages for detailed information.

Who should attend?

All students from any District are encouraged to attend Summer School! RUSD Summer School is an academically rigorous and fun summer program that can improve students’ foundational skills and expand their knowledge and problem-solving abilities, all while reducing summer learning loss. A combination of core academic courses and enrichment classes provide learning that boosts students’ communication, social and leadership skills. 

Students who are not currently enrolled in RUSD must complete the enrollment process before registering for Summer School. Click here to begin that process. Click here for a step-by-step video. Once enrollment is complete, you must then register for Summer School once a registration form is available after March 12, 2021.

RUSD Extending Learning Summer Program

Students in grades K-8 (no 4K students) are eligible to participate in the Extended Learning Summer Program. Spacing is limited at each site.

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