School District Summer Programs List

  • All school district summer programs are organized by different programs and grants within the school district. Below is a comprehensive list of information about each summer program. 

    This list is in the process of being updated. 6/4/18


    EAST Summer Program

    The Elementary Academy of Science and Technology offers a four-week summer camp experience focused on learning: Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics. Campers will choose topics of discovery/fields of study, facilitated by a highly qualified teacher. We are bringing together some of the best teachers in our district to share fun and interesting projects designed to ignite a spark in future designers, scientists, entrepreneurs, programmers, artists, and engineers.

    Courtney Havrilek
    On-Site Coordinator
    (907) 590-3782


    Extended School Year (ESY) & Transitional Extended School Year (TESY) Program

    Extended School Year (ESY) is a program supporting students served in district Special Education Programs. ESY typically focuses on students who exhibit deficits in critical life skills. Decisions regarding eligibility for this program are made by the Individualized Education Program (IEP) team.

    Derek Coryell
    Assistant Director of Special Education
    (907) 452-2000 x11417


    High School Summer School eLearning / BEST

    Students take either credit recovery or enrichment Apex courses, delivered entirely online. Credit recovery courses are only for students who have previously failed a course. 

    Holly Cervin
    (907) 452-2000 x11429


    Kindergarten Jump Start

    Kindergarten Jump Start is a 22-day intensive, literacy-focused, FUN opportunity for children who will enroll in kindergarten this fall. Students are selected by lottery on May 11th, 2018.

    Britt Larson
    Grants and Partnerships Specialist
    (907) 452-2000 x11257


    Math Camp

    Math Camp is available for students going into grades 6th, 7th, or 8th grade who meet the program qualification. Students are identified by their teachers, special education teachers, ANE, ELL, or Migrant Ed. tutors and invited to apply. Full attendance and participation is expected in this fun, educational approach to math.

    Samantha Wuttig
    (907) 452-2000 x11556


    Summer Meal Program

    The Summer Meal Program is a federally-funded, state-administered program that reimburses providers who serve free healthy meals to children and teens in low-income areas during the summer when school is not in session. This summer, breakfast and lunch meals will be served at Ryan Middle School, from June 4 – June 28, on Mondays – Thursdays (no Fridays) serving breakfast from 8:15 – 9:15; serving lunch from 11:45 – 1:00. There are no income requirements or registration. Anyone age 18 or younger may come to eat.

    Nutrition Services
    (907) 451-1004 

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