CSBA Summer Learning Timeline

A three-stage planning guide for boards developing summer learning programs.

These stages are a roadmap for boards to start developing summer learning programs. The end goal is:

  • Increased student learning outcomes
  • A program that differs from regular instruction through intentional lessons that incorporate enriching activities in order give the program a “summer camp” feel
  • A connection between health and wellness and academics and enrichment
  • Summer meals provided to students in need

The initial pre-staging of this timeline would constitute initial facilitation and direction in group building. Please note—this is not a linear process—but rather an outline of ideas and steps that may be taken throughout the process in its entirety. Districts should not abandon programs already in place that may not align with these ideas and steps; these steps should be molded into the current plan.

To read the full timeline, visit the CSBA Summer Learning page.

Similar Resources

  • End of Summer Program ReflectionAugust 11, 2017 - 10:45 pm

    Meeting Objectives to:
    Celebrate the accomplishments of program
    Generate solutions to common program challenges
    Share programs best practices
    Apply a strategic management model to turn data into action plans
    Determine root causes of performance gaps and develop strategic responses

    Meeting Outcomes:
     Participants have identified actions and ideas to improve their program in 2017

  • End of Summer Program ReflectionAugust 11, 2017 - 10:25 pm

    Meeting Objectives to:
    Celebrate the accomplishments of program
    Generate solutions to common program challenges
    Share programs best practices
    Apply a strategic management model to turn data into action plans
    Determine root causes of performance gaps and develop strategic responses

  • Tools and Strategies to Improve your Summer ProgramMay 30, 2017 - 10:20 pm

    Tools and Strategies to Improve your Summer Program
    Making your program better doesn’t happen by accident. It takes focus, persistence and data. Using a model developed with the National Summer Learning Association, this workshop will help participants understand the cycle of quality improvement and how a newly-released assessment tool (the Quick CASP) can gather the date to improve quality over time.

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