The Indian River School District will offer a comprehensive 2021 summer school program with a focus on accelerated learning for students in preparation for the 2021-22 school year.
The Building Bridges and Accelerating Learning for All Students program will run from Wednesday, July 7 to Wednesday, Aug. 18, at all district schools. Transportation will be provided, and a meal and/or snack may also be provided depending on the length and time of the program. Schools will send invitations to families following spring break.
Summer programming will be held Monday through Thursday and most sessions will run from 8 to 11:30 a.m. Howard T. Ennis School programming will run from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
District high schools will also offer a separate credit recovery program beginning Monday, June 14. School invitations will contain details of the grade-specific learning opportunities available through the Building Bridges and Accelerating Learning program.
Parents who do not receive an invitation by Saturday, May 15, but are interested in having their child attend the summer program should contact the child’s school.
The Building Bridges and Accelerating Learning program will continue to follow all Delaware COVID-19 safety protocols, which include face coverings and social distancing.