Summer School at Hope-Hill

  • Summer Academic Recovery Academy

    Hope-Hill will offer summer school for all students whose families sign up.  Hope-Hill has identified students who may benefit from summer school and will reach out to those families to extend a personal invite. Students who are identified have shown significant learning gaps during the 2020-21 school year and we want to do what we can to help close those gaps. Again, all students may participate in summer school.  The summer school program will be broken up into two sessions: 

    Summer Recovery

    Focus on Literacy and Math

    8:00am -12:30pm daily

    Power Up

    Focus on STEAM Education with hands on learning and project-based learning initiatives.

    1:00 – 2:30 daily

    Summer school will be five (5) days a week beginning June 2 through June 30. Asynchronous Wednesdays will be discontinued.  The summer school hours are from 8:00 am to 2:30 pm daily, and breakfast and lunch will be served.  Bus transportation will also be an option for families that request a need for transportation during the application process.  We encourage parents to commit to face-to-face instruction for summer school. We also ask that if you sign your child up for summer school that your student is present daily to best benefit from the curriculum and experiences that are being offered. If there are scheduling issues due to summer vacation plans, please be sure to let our summer school administrators know as early as possible.  If you have any questions, please reach out to Adrienne B. McCrary at abmccrary@atlanta.k12.ga.us and/or Alicia Cole at colea@atlanta.k12.ga.us. For more information on Summer School Programming at Hope-Hill, click here: Hope-Hill Summer School.

    Summer Academic Recovery Academy

    The Academic Recovery Academy (ARA) is a full-day summer program for all grade levels that combines literacy and math learning each morning and hands-on lessons through Power Up programming in the afternoon. Students will have the opportunity to receive virtual or in-person instruction that will help to address unfinished learning and academic learning loss, hands-on lessons via Power Up Programming in an engaging environment with embedded whole-child and social-emotional supports. 

    The Summer Academic Recovery Academy will have two distinct sessions:

    Session 1 (Morning): Implement district selected academic recovery programming focused on literacy and mathematics and provide social emotional and behavioral wellness supports for all students, four hours per day, five days a week at Hope-Hill ES.

    Session 2 (Afternoon): Offer APS Power Up programming (STEM/STEAM)  at approximately 90 -120 minutes per day, five days a week. 

     

  • Q & A

    How do I register my child?

    All APS traditional school students are welcome to sign up for our summer school program. We will continue to strongly encourage identified students to sign up/register. All parents (K-12) and high school students will have access to register via our Infinite Campus (IC) “School Store” option beginning April 1, 2021. Parents will use their parent portal account to register and high school students will have the option to use their student account. If parents need access to their parent portal account, they can get access via the following link: https://ic.apsk12.org/campus/portal/atlanta.jsp. Please see the Quicksheet for step-by-step directions for applying.

    Registration is open NOW and will close April 30, 2021.

    Sign-up/Registration opened April 1, 2021. Parents will utilize the Infinite Campus (IC) “School Store” module to make program selections.

    When will the program begin and end? What time is arrival and dismissal?

    Our Summer Recovery Program will go through June 2nd to June 30th for 5 days a week.  Students will be able to arrive at 8am and they will be dismissed at 2:30pm. 

    Will breakfast and lunch be provided?

    Breakfast and lunch will be provided to all students, at no cost to the families. Students attending face-to-face will be provided meals on site. In partnership with identified partners and community organizations, virtual students will have a choice of five designated areas for weekly meal distribution. On Fridays, face-to-face students will receive take home meals for Saturday and Sunday.

    Will bus transportation be provided?

    Yes.  APS will work with the school to determine bus routes for all students enrolled in the Summer Recovery Program at Hope-Hill!

    What will the schedule look like during the day for our students?

    Please click on the link below to access the Summer School Schedule.  Summer School Schedule

    Will my child be taught by a Hope-Hill teacher?

    Teachers may be a mix of internal and external candidates.  There is no guarantee that your child will have a teacher who works specifically at Hope-Hill.  All teachers will be certified to teach at the elementary level.  Similar to a regular school year, teachers will have support from our instructional coaches as well as support from instructional paraprofessionals. 

    Will the school still abide by all mitigation strategies to reduce the risk of COVID19?

    Yes.  We will continue to follow the Hope-Hill’s Protocols & Procedures for COVID19.  Students and staff will still be required to wear masks while on school grounds. 

    What is the Power Up Program?

    Get on board as we move "Full STEAM Ahead" with summer learning success! Students will engage in innovative hands- on activities while exploring Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics (STEAM). Our STEAM program will be a fun and engaging four-week summer experience. Students will engage in daily STEAM block-making, building, creating and a variety of projects utilizing the engineering design process.

     

     

  • Summer School Flyer

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