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Summer Programs Communication ToolKit
2016
Summer Programs
Communication ToolKit
for
Pre-K through Grade 5
Office of the Deputy Superintendent for Academic Services
511 Cleveland Street
Durham, N. C. 27701
2016 DPS Summer Programs for Elementary Schools
DATES
CAMP NAME
CAMP CONTACT
June 14-24
Take Two: EOG
Readministration Camp
Judith Parks
[email protected] or ext.
21752
Current
4th and
5th
Mon-Fri
9:00-3:00
Hillandale and Creekside
Y
B, L & S
[email protected]
ext. 22162
Current
PreK and K
Mon-Thurs
9:00-3:45
Merrick Moore
Y
B, L & S
June 20-July Operation Literacy: Mission
Karen Thompson
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Possible
GRADE(S)
SERVED
DAYS/TIMES OF
OPERATION
LOCATION(S)
MEALS
BUSES Breakfast (B)
(Y/N) Lunch (L) or
Snacks (S)
CAMP CONTACT
INFO
June 20 July 21
Project RAISE
21st Century Community
Learning Centers
Michelle
Hedgepeth-Smith
[email protected] or
ext. 22247
Rising
2nd - 5th
Mon-Thurs
8:30-3:00
Fayetteville Street and WG
Pearson
Y
B&L
June 20 July 8
ESL Summer Academy
Sashi Rayasam
[email protected] or
ext. 21783
Rising
3rd - 5th
Mon-Fri
7:45-2:30 OR
9:00-3:45
Forest View and Holt
Y
B&L
June 27August 3
Extended School Year (ESY)
Krista Saunders
[email protected] or
ext. 35725
Current
PreK-12th
Mon-Thurs
9:00-1:00
Hope Valley
Y
B&L
DPS/Duke TIP
Adventures in STEM
Beth Cross
[email protected] or
ext. 21029
Rising
5th - 6th
Saturdays
9:00-3:30
Durham School of the Arts
N
No
June 20 June 23
SPARK
Camp for AIG Students
Beth Cross
[email protected] or
extension x21029
Rising
4th - 8th
Mon-Thurs
8:30-3:30
Durham School of the Arts
N
S
June 27 July 1
Legal Eagle Law Camp
Jarome Gripper
[email protected]
ext.30260
Rising 7th 10th
Mon-Thurs
9:00-4:00
Friday 9:00-1:00
NCCU School of Law
N
No
June 15 August 12
Community Education
Traditional Camp
Tracey SuperEdwards
[email protected] ext.
22231
Rising 1st 6th
Mon-Fri
7:00 -6:00
Eno Valley, Spring Valley &
WG Pearson
N
B,L & S
June 20August 1
Community Education
Specialty Camps
Tracey SuperEdwards
[email protected] ext.
22231
Rising 1st 6th
Mon-Fri
7:00 -6:00
Creekside, Morehead,
Hillandale & WG Pearson
N
No
June 20 July 7
Project WIN Summer
Reading Camp
Cheryal Isaac
[email protected] or ext.
22157
Rising K 2nd
Mon - Thurs
8:00-2:30
Eastway & YE Smith
Y
B& L
June 22 July 10
Read to Achieve (RTA)
Tim Gibson
[email protected] or
ext. 21663
Y
B& L
June 25, July
23, August 6
x
1
Mon - Thurs
Bethesda, Burton, Club
Current 1st
7:45-2:30 9:00- Blvd, Creekside, Fayetteville
- 3rd
3:45
St, Holt, MOrehead, Sandy
Table of Contents
Introduction… ………………….….………..……………………………………………1
Program Descriptions ………………….….………..…………………………………….2
Take Two: EOG Re-administration Camp………………..………………………………5
Operation Literacy: Mission Impossible………………………………..………………...6
Project RAISE – 21st Century..………………...…….……………………………….…11
ESL Summer Academy……………………………………………….…………………17
Extended School Year (ESY)………………………………………………………...….19
DPS/ Duke TIP Adventures in STEM…………………………………………………...19
SPARK Camp for AIG Students………………………………………………………...19
Legal Eagle Law Camp..……………………………………………………...…………19
Community Education Traditional Camp……………………………………………….20
Community Education Specialty Camp…………………………………………………20
Project WIN Summer Reading Camp……………………………….…………………..20
Read to Achieve (RTA).…………………………...……………………………………20
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Introduction
We look forward to providing an exciting summer, filled with tremendous summertime
experiences that only Durham Public Schools can offer. Each summer is especially designed to
offer opportunities for young people to extend their learning and engage in new experiences.
This handbook serves as a reference guide for school leaders. It contains vital information about
all district sponsored summer programs. Please review the entire handbook and share with your
staff. It will be especially helpful to ensure your front office staff has a copy available when
answering parent questions. If you have any questions or comments, please call or email the
summer program contact indicated by the specific program. Additionally, you will find the
following information:
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a summer programs “quick reference” chart
a brief overview of each program; and
parent letters and applications for programs with open enrollment.
Summer programs that serve specific students based on programmatic or NCDPI guidelines (i.e.
Take Two, ESY, Read to Achieve and Project WIN) are not open to the public and are not
included in this document. Please speak with the summer program contact if you have questions
or need additional information.
If you have additional questions regarding a particular program, contact the summer program
contact directly at the number listed in the 2016 DPS Summer Programs for Elementary Schools
chart. To reach a district contact by phone, please dial 919-560-2000, and then enter the
extension listed in the chart.
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Program Descriptions
Take Two: Elementary Grades EOG Re-administration*: The Take Two Summer Program
is a nine-day camp in which students will receive additional instruction and an opportunity for
re-administration of the EOG in 4th grade math, 5th grade math or 5th grade science. In order to
attend students were identified as candidates and pre-registered by their base school. The
elementary components of Take Two will be housed at Hillandale Elementary and Creekside
Elementary. Dates for the camp are June 14-24 with our instructional day beginning at 9:00 a.m.
and concluding at 3:00 p.m. Transportation and meals are provided.
Operation Literacy: Mission Possible!: In preparation for the Read to Achieve Gateway and
accelerated academic success, Operation Literacy: Mission Possible specifically targets
kindergarten readiness, as well as reading needs and deficits, for rising kindergarten and first
grade students. This intensive four week gateway experience serves students who currently
attend the following elementary schools: Bethesda, Glenn, Merrick-Moore, Oak Grove, and
Spring Valley. Operation Literacy will be offered June 20 - July 14, 2016, Monday - Thursday,
9:00 a.m. - 3:45 pm at Merrick-Moore Elementary School. Transportation and meals are
provided.
Project RAISE 21st Century Summer Camp: Project RAISE provides enrichment activities
and hands-on math and science sessions during the summer for children of all backgrounds and
physical and intellectual abilities. Students work in small group activities with teachers and
youth development workers. In addition to receiving academic support through math and
science, students participate in physical activities, interact with local visitors to increase
awareness of the STEM field, and participate in field trips and other explorations as planned for
the summer. The program’s overall goal is to improve student proficiency in all subjects by the
end of camp through the implementation of unique hands-on learning experiences.
English as a Second Language Academy*: The three week ESL Academy will target ELLs
who are within the first three years in US schools. The academies will run Monday through
Friday with the focus on project-based learning, as well as accelerated English, math and
technology instruction, supports the attainment of real-life experiences. Students will grow in
both social and academic English. NOTE: ESL Academy will be offered at Forest View and Holt
sites only with transportation offered to the Read to Achieve summer camp feeder schools only.
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Extended School Year* (ESY): The Extended School Year (ESY) services, provided by the
Exceptional Children’s Department, offers educational services to qualifying students with
disabilities who have an Individualized Education Plan (IEP). Eligibility for ESY services is
determined by IEP teams only. (There is no application process.) IEP teams evaluate data on
student progress related to retention and recoupment of skills and critical emerging skills.
Students who qualify receive individualized services, which focus instruction on specific IEP
goals for each student. The parent of each qualifying student will receive a letter outlining their
child’s individualized ESY service delivery dates, times and location.
DPS/Duke TIP Adventures in STEM: Adventures in STEM is a free one-day academic
enrichment program for gifted Durham fifth and sixth graders who qualify for TIP and are
interested in Science, Technology, Engineering or Math. This one day adventure is full of
advanced, hands-on academic instruction in today’s most vital fields. Thanks to a grant from
Longfellow Real Estate Partners, this special program from the Duke Talent Identification
Program is free to academically talented fifth and sixth graders living in Durham County.
Qualifying students will be able to choose a course of special interest to them on one of three
dates when applications open in late April.
Legal Eagle Law Camp - Legal Eagle Law Camp is co-sponsored by Community Education &
Family Engagement and North Carolina Central University School of Law. The goal of the
camp is to offer participants exposure to the field of law. The camp is for rising 7th- 10th
graders and is limited to the first thirty-six participants who register. The camp will be held at
NCCU School of Law June 27- July 1 from 9am - 4pm. Brochures and registration forms are
located on the Before & After-school website.
Community Education Traditional Camp - Community Education & Family Engagement will
offer traditional full day camps for rising 1st -6th graders at Eno Valley, Spring Valley and WG
Pearson. Camps will be held June 15 - August 12 from 7am - 6pm, Monday-Friday. Students
will participate in weekly field trips, resources and much more. Students will receive breakfast
and lunch. Brochures and registration forms are located on the Before & After-school website.
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Community Education Specialty Camp - Community Education & Family Engagement will
offer an exciting array of Specialty Camps for rising 1st -6th graders this summer! Classes will
be offered Monday-Friday from 8-12pm or 12:30-4:30pm at Creekside, Morehead, Hillandale
and WG Pearson. The following camps will be offered: Karate for Beginners, Mallets &
Strings, I Like to Move it, Music Marvel, Play It Up, Let It Soar, Fit 4 All, Fitness Through
Sports, D.R.I.V.E Academy, Celebrate, Bricks 4 Kids, Young Rembrandts, Jamming with Drums
and Weaving It Wild. Students must be registered for all classes by June 10. Camp descriptions,
brochures and registration forms are located on the Before & After-school website.
Read to Achieve*: The goal of the Read to Achieve program is to ensure that every student
reads at or above grade level by the end of third grade, thus enabling him/her to meet the third
grade promotion standards. This twelve day, district-wide reading camp provides targeted
literacy instruction for first through third grade students who do not meet the standard grade
level reading proficiency as indicated on the North Carolina Third Grade End of Grade (EOG)
reading test or mCLASS: Reading 3D Text Reading and Comprehension (TRC) assessment (first
and second grade students).
Project What I Need (WIN)*: Project WIN is a full-day three week camp that serves rising prekindergarten, kindergarten, first grade, and second grade students at our Project WIN schools.
The goal is to provide early learning experiences that will enhance student success. Rising
kindergarten through second-grade students will focus on previewing literacy standards and
skills using engaging, high inter-promotion standards.
*Applications are not provided for these camps due to specific programmatic restrictions. Please
communicate with the camp contact for more information.
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Take Two: Elementary Grades EOG Re-administration
The Take Two Summer Program is a nine day camp in which students receive additional
instruction and an opportunity for re-administration of the EOG in 4th grade math, 5th grade
math or 5th grade science. Students were identified as potential candidates for this program,
utilizing EVAAS data and Case 21 Benchmark scores. In order to attend, students must have
been pre-registered by their base school.
Schools will receive updated registration lists to verify student names, addresses, PowerSchool
numbers, and EC, ESL, or 504 testing accommodations. Students who make proficiency on 4th
or 5th math or 5th science will need to be removed from the registration list within 24 hours of
receipt of testing scores. Schools will receive packets to send home with students who are
registered and qualify for the Take 2 Program during the last week of school with information
about camp site assignment, bus number, pick-up/drop-off times, and general camp information.
Any questions, should be directed to Judy Parks at [email protected] or ext. 21752.
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Operation Literacy: Mission Impossible
Principal Letter
To:
Elementary School Principals
From: Janneke Pulliam, Title I Department
Karen C. Thompson, Office of Early Education
Re:
Operation Literacy: Mission Possible
I am excited to inform you that Durham Public Schools will host an intensive four week summer
learning opportunity for rising kindergarten and first grade students who attend the following
elementary schools: Bethesda, Glenn, Merrick-Moore, Oak Grove, and Spring Valley. In
preparation for the Read to Achieve Gateway and accelerated academic success, this summer
learning experience, entitled Operation Literacy: Mission Possible, specifically targets
kindergarten readiness, as well as reading needs and deficits. Therefore, students having no
formal pre-school experience or identified as being behind in reading and/or needing more
strategic literacy instruction, according to Kindergarten Registration Surveys and MOY
Kindergarten mCLASS data, have been invited to attend.
Communication Timeline
Dates
Form of Communication
Who
Week of
5/02/16
Communication Kit sent to principals, including: letter to principals,
parent letters, sample Connect-Ed messages, and registration forms
Janneke Pulliam
Karen C. Thompson
Week of
5/02/16
School and Title I Department sends parent notification letters and
registration forms home
Principal or
Principal’s designee
Week of
5/02/16
School sends Connect-Ed message to parents of the selected rising
First Grade students
Principal
Tuesday
5/10/16
Deadline for completed registration forms!
-Rising 1st Grade Forms will be picked up from your school.
Janneke Pulliam
Karen C. Thompson
Week of
5/30/16
School sends parent confirmation letter and Connect-Ed message to
parents of the registered rising First Grade students
Principal
Dates and Times:
Site:
Logistics:
June 20 - July 14, 2016 (Monday – Thursday, 9:00 am – 3:45 pm)
Merrick-Moore Elementary School
Transportation and Meals will be provided.
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Parent Letter/Form (English)
To:
Parents/Guardians of _________________________________________
From: Janneke Pulliam, Title I Department
Karen C. Thompson, Office of Early Education
Re:
Operation Literacy: Mission Possible
I am excited to inform you that your child has been selected to participate in Durham Public
Schools’ Operation Literacy: Mission Possible summer learning opportunity at Merrick-Moore
Elementary School. This is a FREE intensive four week summer camp that specifically targets
kindergarten readiness, as well as reading needs and deficits, in preparation for the Read to
Achieve gateway and accelerated academic success. Operation Literacy: Mission Possible will
be held from June 20-July 14, 2016. Students will report daily Monday through Thursday from
9:00 am - 3:45 pm. Transportation, breakfast, lunch, and a light snack will be provided. All your
child has to do is report on time daily ready to learn and we will take care of the rest.
A transportation schedule with approximate pick up/drop off times will be provided for all
students prior to the last day of school. Copies of the transportation schedule will be available at
the front office in your base school and can be viewed at the DPS website located at
www.dpsnc.net.
This is an excellent opportunity for your student to get ready for kindergarten, improve his/her
literacy skills, and further support overall academic success. We do not want you to miss out!
Therefore, if you will please complete the attached Enrollment Form and return it to your child’s
school no later than Tuesday, May 10, 2016, we will get your child registered and provide you
with a confirmation letter and phone call.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us via phone or email
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Rising Kindergartners: Karen C. Thompson at 560-3443 or [email protected]
Rising First Grade Students: Janneke Pulliam at 560-2645 or [email protected]
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Parent Letter/Form (Spanish)
Para:
Padre/madre o tutor ______________________________________________________:
De:
Janneke Pulliam, Título I Departamento
Karen C. Thompson, Oficina de Educación Temprana
RE:
Programa de lectura de verano Operation Literacy: Mission Possible
Me complace informarle de que su hijo ha sido seleccionado para participar en la Operación de
las escuelas públicas de Durham de alfabetización: Misión Posible 2016 verano oportunidad de
aprendizaje en la Escuela Primaria Merrick-Moore. Este es un curso intensivo de 4 semana libre
campamento de verano que está específicamente dirigido a kindergarten readiness, así como la
lectura de las necesidades y los déficits, en preparación para la lectura para lograr gateway y
aceleró el éxito académico. Operación de alfabetización: Misión Posible se celebrará del 20 de
junio-julio 14, 2016. Los estudiantes se informan diariamente de lunes a jueves de 9:00 am - 3:45
pm. Transporte, desayuno, almuerzo y un aperitivo ligero será proporcionado. Todos los hijos
tienen que hacer es informar a tiempo a diario listo para aprender y nosotros nos encargaremos
del resto.
Ofreceremos un horario del transporte con las horas aproximadas de ida y vuelta para todos los
estudiantes antes del último día de clases. Las copias de los horarios del transporte estarán
disponibles en la recepción de su escuela base y se pueden ver en el sitio web de DPS ubicado en
www.dpsnc.net.
Se trata de una excelente oportunidad para que los estudiantes mejoren sus habilidades de lectura
y escritura, y apoyen más el éxito académico general. ¡No queremos que se lo pierda! Por eso, si
puede por favor llenar el formulario de inscripción adjunto y devolverlo a la escuela de su hijo/a
antes del martes 10 de mayo de 2016, nosotros inscribiremos a su hijo/a, y le daremos una
llamada telefónica y una carta de confirmación.
Si tiene alguna pregunta, por favor no dude comunicarse con nosotros por teléfono o por correo
electrónico. Por el aumento de los estudiantes de Kindergarten: Karen C. Thompson a 560-3443
o [email protected] Por el aumento de los estudiantes de primer grado: Janneke
Pulliam a 560-2645 o [email protected]
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Enrollment Form (English)
Operation Literacy: Mission Impossible
Child’s Name: _________________________________________________________________
Parent/Guardian’s Name: ________________________________________________________
Address: _____________________________________________________________________
City: _________________________ State:_______________ Zip Code:___________________
Home Phone: _______________ Work Phone: _______________ Cell Phone: ______________
Race/Ethnicity
___ African American/Black
___ American Indian or Alaska Native
___ Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander
___ Other
___ Asian
___ Hispanic/Latino
___ White
Will your child need transportation? ____yes ____no
Please list the names of other adults authorized to pick up your child:
Name
Phone Number
1.__________________________________
________________________
2.__________________________________
_________________________
Emergency Contact (if parent or guardian cannot be reached):
Name: _______________________________________________________________________
Home Phone: _______________ Work Phone: _______________ Cell Phone: ______________
List any medical conditions or allergies: ___________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
Home Base School: ____________________________________________________________
Child’s Current Grade Level: ___________________________________________________
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Enrollment Form (Spanish)
Operation Literacy: Mission Impossible
Nombre del estudiante: __________________________________________________________
Nombre del padre/madre/tutor: ____________________________________________________
Dirección: _____________________________________________________________________
Ciudad: ______________________________ Estado: _______ Código postal: ______________
Teléfono del hogar: _________________ Trabajo: _______________ Celular: ______________
Raza/Etnicidad
___ Afroamericano/negro
___ Nativo Americano o Nativo de Alaska
___ Nativo de Hawái o de las Islas del Pacífico
___ Otro
___ Asiático
___ Hispano/Latino
___ Caucásico
¿Su hijo/a necesitará transporte? ___ Sí
___No
Incluya los nombres de los adultos autorizados para recoger a su hijo/a:
Nombre:
Teléfono:
1.________________________________________
________________________
2.________________________________________
________________________
Contacto de emergencia (si padre/madre o tutor no está disponible):
Nombre: ______________________________________________________________________
Teléfono del hogar: _________________ Trabajo: _______________ Celular: ______________
Mencione cualquier alergia o condición médica: ____________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
Escuela base: _________________________________________________
Nivel de grado actual de su hijo/a: _______________________________
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Project RAISE: 21st Century Summer Camp
Parent Letter/Enrollment Form (English)
Project RAISE (Reading Achievement Improves STEM Excellence) Durham Public Schools is
offering a five week STEAM Summer Camp for rising 2nd-5th grade students in the 21st
Century Community Learning Centers Programs at Fayetteville Street and WG Pearson
Elementary. STEAM Education is an infusion of Science, Technology, Arts, Engineering, and
Mathematics through project-based learning to help students understand complex problems and
to prepare our next generation of innovators. Students will be exposed to 21st century skills such
as communication, critical thinking, problem-solving and collaboration. There will also be
enrichment activities that promote good health and social interaction. Activities and field trips
are planned to complement Science themes and cultural experiences.
Camp Location: Fayetteville Street Elementary School
Dates: June 20th—July 21st, 2016
Days: Monday-Thursday
Times: 9am-3pm
Tuition, Field trips, Activities, Food and Snacks – FREE! All fees are covered through 21st
CCLC grant funds for participants.
Transportation: Transportation will be provided for students who live within close proximity to
Fayetteville Street Elementary. Pick-up and Drop-Off times will be provided for each stop.
**Transportation is limited due to grant funds. **Bus Riders Dismissed at 3:00pm
**Current 21st CCLC program students have first priority; however, other registration will be
accepted on a first-come, first-served basis until all 160 slots are filled. Once your child’s
registration has been accepted, you will receive an acceptance letter with program information.
Parents and students must attend the student-parent orientation prior to the start of camp.
If you have any additional questions, please contact the 21st CCLC Office at 919-560-2891.
Student Name _________________________
Male/Female: ____ Age: __________
Date of Birth: ____________Grade Completed 2nd 3rd 4th School __________________
T-shirt Size (Please select one) __Youth S__M __ L __ /__Adult S__ M__ L__ XL__
Transportation: Choose the method of transportation your child will use each day for drop-off
and pick-up:
_____ I will provide my child’s transportation daily to and from Fayetteville Street Elementary
School for Summer Camp.
____ I would like to request school bus transportation to and from Fayetteville Street
Elementary School daily.
I do understand that transportation is limited and an adult must be present at the bus stop in
the morning and afternoon, 15 minutes prior to stop time for students 3rd grade and younger.
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Family Information:
Mother’s Name__________________________Cell Ph____________Home Ph_____________
Father’s Name___________________________Cell Ph____________Home Ph _____________
Address
______________________________________City/St/Zip
____________
Where Employed (Mother)
_____________Business Ph___________________
Where Employed (Father)
Business Ph
_____
If you cannot pick up your child, list 2 names and phone #’s of people to whom your child
may be released:
1.__________________________________________________________________________
2.__________________________________________________________________________
Student Information:
Does your child have any known allergies or special needs: Yes___ No
If yes please explain:
_____________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
_______________ List of current medications
___________________________________
Emergency Care Information:
Name of Child’s Doctor ______________________________Office Ph____________________
Name of Child’s Dentist______________________________ Office Ph____________________
Emergency Contact Information (Individuals other than parents)
Name____________________________Relationship___________________Ph_____________
I agree that the program operator may authorize the physician of his/her/choice to provide
emergency care in the event that neither I nor the family can be contacted immediately.
Signature of Parent/Guardian
__________________________________Date
___
Return the registration form to your child’s school front office as soon as possible!
Enrollment is limited and is on a first come first served basis.
Registration begins Monday, April 4, 2016.
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Parent Letter/Enrollment Form (Spanish)
Las escuelas públicas de Durham ofrecen un campamento de verano STEAM de cinco semanas
para los alumnos que actualmente estén en 2º a 5º grado como parte del programa Centros
Comunitarios de aprendizaje del siglo 21 (CCLC) en las escuelas primarias Fayetteville Street y
W.G. Pearson. La educación STEAM es una combinación de ciencias, tecnología, artes,
ingeniería y matemática a través del aprendizaje basado en proyectos para ayudar a que los
estudiantes a comprender problemas complejos y prepararlos nuestra próxima generación de
innovadores. Los estudiantes estarán expuestos a las habilidades del siglo XXI tales como
comunicación, pensamiento crítico, resolución de problemas y colaboración, y además
actividades al aire libre y en interiores que promueven la buena salud y la interacción social. Las
actividades y las excursiones están planificadas para complementar los temas de ciencia y
experiencias culturales.
Lugar del campamento para estudiantes de ambas escuelas: Fayetteville Street Elementary
School Fechas: - 20 de junio—21 de julio de 2016
Días: lunes-jueves
Horario:
9am-3pm
Matrícula, excursiones, actividades, comida y refrigerios – ¡GRATIS! Todos los gastos están
cubiertos a través de fondos de subvención CCLC 21 para los participantes.
Transporte: Se proporcionará transporte a los estudiantes que viven en las proximidades de la
escuela primaria Fayetteville Street. Se proporcionará el horario de recoger y dejar a los
estudiantes en sus paradas. ** El transporte es limitado debido a los fondos de subvención
**Los que viajan en autobús salen a las 3 pm.
** Los estudiantes que actualmente participan en el programa CCLC 21 tienen prioridad, sin
embargo, otros solicitantes serán inscritos en el orden en que se reciben las solicitudes hasta
llenar cupos. Una vez aceptada la inscripción de su hijo/a, usted recibirá una carta de aceptación
con información del programa. Los padres y los estudiantes deben asistir a la orientación para
padres y estudiantes antes del comienzo del campamento.
Si usted tiene preguntas adicionales, comuníquese con la oficina de CCLC 21 al 919-5602891.
Nombre
________Masculino/Femenino: ___ Edad:
Último grado completado 2nd 3rd 4th Escuela
_ Fecha de nac.: ____
____ _ _ Talle de camiseta
(Seleccione uno.) __Juvenil L 14-16 __ Adulto S__ Adulto M__ Adulto L__ Adulto XL
Transporte: Elija el método de transporte a su hijo/a usará todos los días para llegar y regresar
del campamento.
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_____ Yo le proporcionaré el transporte a mi hijo/a diariamente para llegar y regresar del
campamento de verano en la escuela primaria Fayetteville Street.
____ Me gustaría solicitar el transporte de autobús escolar a y de la escuela primaria
Fayetteville Street diariamente.
Entiendo que el transporte es limitado y un adulto debe estar presente en la parada por la
mañana y tarde 15 minutos antes del horario de llegada
Información acerca de la familia:
Nombre de la madre_______________________Celular_____________Tel. hogar___________
Nombre del padre_________________________Celular_____________Tel. hogar___________
Dirección
________________________________Cuidad/calle/Cód. Postal ____________
¿Dónde trabaja? (Madre)
___________________Tel. Trabajo_____________
¿Dónde trabaja? (Padre)
Tel. Trabajo
_____
Si usted no puede recoger a su hijo/a, indique el nombre de dos personas autorizadas a
recoger a su hijo/a y sus números de teléfono
1.__________________________________________________________________________
2.
___
Información acerca de su hijo/a:
¿Tiene su hijo/a necesidades especiales o alergias? Sí__No ___ Si su respuesta es sí, por favor
explique:______________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
_______________ Lista actual de medicamentos____________________________________
Información pertinente en casos de emergencia:
Nombre del médico de mi hijo/a ___________________________Tel. consultorio___________
Nombre del dentista de mi hijo/a___________________________Tel. consultorio___________
Información de contacto en caso de emergencia (Personas que no son los padres)
Nombre___________________________________Relación_______________Tel. __________
Estoy de acuerdo en que la persona que dirige el programa podrá autorizar al médico de su
elección para proporcionarle atención de emergencia a mi hijo/a en caso de que no se puedan
comunicar inmediatamente conmigo o con personas de mi familia.
Firma del padre/madre o tutor legal
_________________________Fecha
______
Devuelva el formulario de inscripción a la oficina principal de la escuela de su hijo tan
pronto como sea posible! La inscripción es limitada y se otorgan en el orden que se reciben
las solicitudes! ************* Inscripción comienza el lunes 4 de abril de 2016.
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Padre/madre o tutor legal: _____________________________ _________________(Nombre en letra
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ESL Summer Academy
Parent Letter (English)
Dear Parent/Guardian,
We are pleased to invite ______________________________ to the ESL Academy. This
program will help your child learn more English and be better prepared for school next year. The
program and transportation are free for your child.
Dates of the Program: June 20-July 8 * No school Monday, July 4
Days: Monday - Friday
Time: 7:45-2:30
Location: Holt ES
Please return this form to your child’s ESL teacher by May 12, 2016
School Name ____________________________ Current Grade __________________________
Student First Name _______________________ Last Name _____________________________
Telephone number ______________________________________________________________
Current Home Address: ____________________________________________ Apt.
#_________
______________________________________________________________________________
Transportation needed: YES _____ NO_____
Emergency Contact Information:
Name ____________________________
Telephone #_______________________
My child will be able to participate in field trips organized by the ESL Academy
Parent Guardian Signature: ____________________________________________________
My child will attend the ESL Program regularly.
Parent/Guardian Signature: __________________________________
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Parent Letter (Spanish)
Estimado/a padre/madre/tutor:
Tenemos el agrado de invitar a _______________________________________________ a la
academia para recién llegados ESL Academy. Este programa ayudará a su hijo/a a aprender más
inglés y prepararse mejor para el próximo año escolar. El programa y transporte para su hijo/a
son gratuitos.
Fechas del programa: del 20 de junio al 8 de julio * No hay clases el lunes 4 de julio
Días: Lunes a viernes
Hora: 7:45 -2:30
Lugar: Holt ES
Por favor devuelva este formulario a la maestra de ESL antes del 12 de mayo de 2016.
Nombre de la escuela ________________________________________ Grado actual ________
Nombre del estudiante ___________________________ Apellido ________________________
Número de teléfono _____________________________________________________________
Domicilio actual: _____________________________________________ Apt Nº
____________
______________________________________________________________________________
¿Necesita transporte? SÍ ___
NO ___
Información del contacto de emergencia:
Nombre __________________________________
Número de teléfono: ________________________
Mi hijo/a podrá participar en las excursiones organizadas por el programa de ESL.
Firma de uno de los padres/tutores: ________________________________________________
Mi hijo/a asistirá con regularidad al programa de ESL.
Firma de uno de los padres/tutores: _________
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Extended School Year
Eligibility for ESY services is determined by IEP teams only. Therefore, there is no application
process. The parent of each qualifying student will receive a letter outlining their child’s
individualized ESY service delivery dates, times and location based on what services the student
qualifies for.
DPS/Duke TIP Adventures in STEM
Duke TIP/Adventures in STEM application in Spanish and English
Through a partnership with Duke TIP and a grant from Longfellow Associates, three Duke TIP
Saturday sessions are being offered with creative topics students will choose to participate in
such as: Nature vs. Nurture, Tech That Works: Introduction to User Experience Design, DNA:
Discovering the Double Helix, Sports Medicine, and others that will enrich students’ minds.
Students in grades 5 and 6 who have qualifying Duke TIP scores are eligible.
SPARK Camp for AIG Students
SPARK Summer Program Accelerating Radical Kids- Camp brochure - Beth Cross (FULL)
This is a camp for gifted students in Durham Public Schools, grades 4-8. During the four days,
students choose two sessions of interest as well as participate in enrichment sessions each day.
Legal Eagle Law Camp
Legal Eagle Law Camp is co-sponsored by Community Education & Family Engagement and
North Carolina Central University School of Law. The goal of the camp is to offer participants
exposure to the field of law. The camp is for rising 7th- 10th graders and is limited to the first
thirty-six participants who register. The camp will be held at NCCU School of Law June 27July 1 from 9am - 4pm. Brochures and registration forms are located on the Before & Afterschool website.
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Community Education Traditional Camp
Community Education & Family Engagement will offer traditional full day camps for rising 1st 6th graders at Eno Valley, Spring Valley and WG Pearson. Camps will be held June 15 - August
12 from 7am - 6pm, Monday-Friday. Students will participate in weekly field trips, resources
and much more. Students will receive breakfast and lunch. Brochures and registration forms are
located on the Before & After-school website: http://www.dpsnc.net/Page/185.
Community Education Specialty Camp
Community Education & Family Engagement will offer an exciting array of Specialty Camps for
rising 1st -6th graders this summer! Classes will be offered Monday-Friday from 8-12pm or
12:30-4:30pm at Creekside, Morehead, Hillandale and WG Pearson. The following camps will
be offered: Karate for Beginners, Mallets & Strings, I Like to Move it, Music Marvel, Play It
Up, Let It Soar, Fit 4 All, Fitness Through Sports, D.R.I.V.E Academy, Celebrate, Bricks 4 Kids,
Young Rembrandts, Jamming with Drums and Weaving It Wild. Students must be registered for
all classes by June 10. Camp descriptions, brochures and registration forms are located on the
Before & After-school website: http://www.dpsnc.net/Page/185.
Project What I Need (WIN)
Project WIN is a grant funded summer camp that serves select students at three elementary
schools. Please contact Cheryal Isaac at [email protected] or extension 22157 for more
information.
Read to Achieve (RTA)
Documents for the Read to Achieve Summer Reading Camp are managed through the school’s
RtA Contact or can be located at https://padlet.com/timothy_gibson/vw4g3q5xkeiu
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