Elementary Summer School

DJUSD Elementary Summer School support specific student groups including Migrant, Special Education, and Reading Intervention. This year our Power Up! for Summer program session will be at North Davis Elementary.

Secondary Summer School

The purpose of the DJUSD summer school model is to demonstrate proficient understanding of standards and to remediate missing skill sets or content knowledge in order to support your student in having proficient levels of competency. The format will be 2 two-week sessions, allowing students to recover up to 15 credits.

Students in most classes will be asked to take an assessment to gather information within the first two days of summer school.  They will have the opportunity to demonstrate proficiency to a C level at (or by) the beginning of the second week of summer school. If a student has mastered the course content to a C level AND has attended all of the first five days of summer school classes, they will have the option to take a grade of a C and be released from summer school early.  Students will also have the option to stay the entire length of two weeks and dive deeper into the course material to earn a higher grade.

Daily instruction will be given In-Person for all groups.

Who is eligible for summer school?
Summer school classes are for current DJUSD students who will be in grades 10-12 during the 2022-23 school year who need credit recovery, intervention to meet grade level standards or need to remediate D or F grades in required courses.
Where will summer school be held?
Summer school 2023 will be held at Davis Senior High. Students will be assigned a class period between 8:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. 
When will summer school be held?
There will be two sessions: session 1 is June 20 through July 7; session 2 is July 10 through July 27 with classes being held Monday through Thursday.  (Note: July 4th is a legal holiday with no classes scheduled.)

Students will be assigned a class period between 8:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. 
How do I enroll my student in summer school?
Counselors will be in contact with students regarding enrolling in Summer School. 
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Want to learn more? 

Contact us at (530) 757-5300 with any questions regarding Elementary or Secondary Summer School Programs.