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      LAUSD Summer 2021 
    Learning Opportunities
      for Students with Disabilities


     

Tutoring Opportunities

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    ESY Tutoring and Literacy Program Flyer

     

    PDF iconESY Tutoring and Literacy Program Flyer

     

    Tutoring for students with IEPs participating in ESY

    Form iconESY Tutoring (Link to Register)
    Small-group in-person tutoring is available for students with disabilities participating in ESY. Tutoring is available for K-8 students on the core curriculum and K-12 students on the alternate curriculum. Tutoring sessions will be for 1 hour on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays after the ESY session. Tranportation after tutoring will not be provided. 

     



     Literacy Program Tutoring for students with IEPs not eligible for ESY

    Form iconLiteracy Program/Orton-Gillingham (Link to Register)
    Small-group in-person literacy tutoring is available for elementary students with disabilities who are English language learners. These sessions are for non-ESY eligible students on the core curriculum in grades K-4. The Orton-Gillingham Literacy Program will be in the morning for 1.5 hours on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at selected ESY sites. Transportation will not be provided.

     

Summer of Learning 2021

Social Skills Summer Enrichment FlyerSocial Skills Summer Enrichment

Social skills classes are being offered this summer as a part of LAUSD’s enrichment program. These classes are for grades 3-12 and are open to any students, but may be particularly useful for students with disabilities who have a need for social skills development.

DATES: Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning June 22 - July 23
TIMES: 2:00 - 3:00 p.m.
HOW TO APPLY: Sign up information available soon on LAUSD Student Enrollment at enrichment.lausd.net
LEARNING METHOD: Online, Synchronous
ELIGIBILITY: Current 3rd – 12th grade Los Angeles Unified students

PDF iconSocial Skills Summer Enrichment Flyer 

 

 

The Community of Schools TK-8th Grade Summer School program offers a standards-based curriculum that includes math, English language arts and English language development with engaging themes and projects. Students will also have the opportunity to work in small groups to receive academic enrichment and acceleration.

On-site after school care through Beyond the Bell is also available Monday to Friday from 12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

DATES: June 22-July 23
TIMES: 8:30 a.m. – 12 noon, Monday – Friday
HOW TO APPLY: Accepting applications starting Monday, May 17

  1. Submit an online application at enroll.lausd.net/summercos
    2.Pick-up an application at your child's school

Please note that submitting an application does not guarantee enrollment.  

LEARNING METHOD: On campus and online options available
ELIGIBILITY: Current TK – 8th grade Los Angeles Unified students

Fun and exciting virtual courses ranging in topics from robotics, STEM, theatre arts, sport and nutrition, foreign languages, and much, much more. Some enrichment courses are credit bearing, others are not. Please visit the virtual course brochure (link below) for additional details.

Due to limited seat availability, each student can enroll in one summer enrichment course, only.

DATES: June 22–July 23
TIMES: Times vary by course
HOW TO APPLY: enrichment.lausd.net
APPLICATION DATES: June 1–June 11 
LEARNING METHOD: Online
ELIGIBILITY: Current TK – 12th grade Los Angeles Unified students

 

Current middle school students may sign up for asynchronous, non-credit bearing, summer school elective courses. Complete list of course offerings can be found below.

DATES: June 22–July 23
TIMES: Asynchronous
HOW TO APPLY: See your school counselor before June 11 to sign up
LEARNING METHOD: Virtual only
ELIGIBILITY: Current Los Angeles Unified middle school students

PDF iconFor all Edgenuity course offerings refer to the digital brochure.

KLCS wants to help viewers stay engaged with their learning during the break. Our Summer Learning schedule features programs that are educational and entertaining. Beginning at 3 p.m. with “Let’s Learn”, followed by the fun and exciting “Camp TV” at 4 p.m., at 5 p.m. we feature the best of our local educational productions!

DATES: Starting on June 14, 2021
TIMES: 3:00 p.m to 6:00 p.m., Monday - Friday
LEARNING METHOD: Watch on KLCS TV or stream live at: stream.klcs.org
ELIGIBILITY: Programming curated for TK - 5th grade students

Internet IconVisit KLCS to see full schedule

Join Los Angeles Public Library for another exciting summer Reading Challenge. Collect points for reading and completing fun, learning-based activities. Read books, e-books, graphic novels or magazines; or listen to an audiobook - it all counts. You can be entered into a drawing to win great prizes, as well!

DATES: June 7-August 7
TIMES: Read at your own pace
HOW TO APPLY: Registration starts on May 17 at https://www.lapl.org/summer
LEARNING METHOD: Reading challenge to be done at home
ELIGIBILITY: Open to all school aged children

Credit Recovery is offered to current high school students in need of academic credit recovery in order to graduate on time. Contact your child’s high school counselor for more information.

DATES: June 22–July 23
TIMES: 8:30 a.m. – 2:20 p.m., Monday – Friday
HOW TO APPLY: Please contact your school for enrollment details
LEARNING METHOD: On campus and online options available
ELIGIBILITY: Current 9th – 12th grade Los Angeles Unified students

  • ESY

    Extended School Year (ESY) 

    Visit https://achieve.lausd.net/spedESY


    California Code of Regulations, Title 5, Section 3043(d) states: “ESY services shall be provided, in accordance with 34 C.F.R. section 300.106, for each individual with exceptional needs who has unique needs and requires special education and related services in excess of the regular academic year. Such individuals shall have disabilities which are likely to continue indefinitely or for a prolonged period, and interruption of the pupil's educational programming may cause regression, when coupled with limited recoupment capacity, rendering it impossible or unlikely that the pupil will attain the level of self-sufficiency and independence that would otherwise be expected in view of his or her disabling condition.”