2018 Summer Study Enrollment

Please review the Program Catalog below and indicate your selection at the bottom of the page. Most of our programs are open to students entering grades K-12.

EARLY REGISTRATION DISCOUNT: There will be a 10% discount if we receive a $500 registration deposit by March 16, 2018 and paid in full before the first day of Summer Study. To qualify for the discount, which will be deducted from your final bill, this registration form and the required deposit must be submitted to the office by MARCH 16, 2018. If you have an existing TADS account with Cambridge School, you will receive an invoice for the deposit upon registration.

Registration Deadline: Please complete this form and submit the required deposit to the office by May 4, 2018.

If you do not have a TADS account, please make checks payable to Cambridge School.

Please Note: If your child is placed here by your school district, or through a settlement agreement, attendance in the Summer Program should be discussed at your child’s IEP meeting AND we ask that you complete this form in its entirety.

MORNING PROGRAM
For students entering grades K-12

8:45a.m. - 12:00p.m., Monday to Friday
Monday, July 2nd - Friday, July 27th (four weeks)
*Closed Wednesday, July 4th for the holiday
Cost: $2,396.00

The morning Summer Study Program consists of research based programs to improve language, reading, writing, and math.

For more information on the morning program, click on the link below:
http://goo.gl/6ueKjy

AFTERNOON PROGRAMS
1. Afternoon Enrichment: Outdoor Adventure
*Only students that attend the Morning Program may enroll in this program. The program is open to students Grade K - 8.

1:00p.m. - 3:00p.m., Monday to Thursday
Monday, July 2nd - Thursday, July 26th (four weeks)
*Closed Wednesday, July 4th for the holiday
Cost: $996.00

In the Cambridge Adventure Club students take day trips and explore local attractions. Trips will include: games, picnics, and scavenger hunts at local parks, indoor rock climbing, water and stream exploration, and local museums including the renowned Grounds for Sculpture - an outdoor forty-two acre park with over 270 sculptures. Adventure Club strives to promote teamwork, curiosity, self-confidence, and learning through fun and engaging summer activities.

Students who stay for enrichment will have a supervised lunch and recess period from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. Students must bring their own lunch.

2. Afternoon Enrichment: World Music and the Arts
*Only students that attend the Morning Program may enroll in this program. The program is open to student grades K - 8.

1:00p.m. - 3:00p.m., Monday to Thursday
Monday, July 2nd - Thursday, July 26th (four weeks)
*Closed Wednesday, July 4th for the holiday
Cost: $996.00

Through the World Music and Art Summer Enrichment Program students will explore foreign lands and cultures by taking tours of countries and cultures throughout the world. Students will dive deep into the music and art of Africa, South America, the Caribbean, India, Asia, and the Celtic Regions of Northern Europe.

Music is a combination of language, instrumentation, rhythm, and vocal styles. Each culture has a direct influence on these elements. Students will find commonalities and embrace differences between these cultures, opening students to a world rich in artistic expression.

A variety of art forms and music are often used in ceremonies, and celebrations, which will be recreated through this program. Students will make their own instruments, drawings, paintings, sculpture, masks, and pottery. Students will also explore the artwork at Grounds for Sculpture, which is an outdoor art museum with more than 200 hundred sculptures.

We are very excited to embark on our journey together! Bon Voyage!!

Students who stay for enrichment will have a supervised lunch and recess period from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. Students must bring their own lunch.

3. Afternoon Intensive: Executive Function
The Executive Function Intensive is facilitated by our speech-language pathologists. The program is open to student grades 2-6.

1:00p.m. - 3:00p.m., Monday to Thursday
Monday, July 2nd - Thursday, July 26th (four weeks)
*Closed Wednesday, July 4th for the holiday
Cost: $1,750.00

Does your student consistently struggle to complete, or find, his school assignments and tasks at home? Does he/she express good understanding of the material but just can’t get started or see a project through to completion? Does he/she experience difficulty understanding sportsmanship when winning and/or losing a game? These characteristics are typical of executive dysfunction. In 2012, Dr. Russell Barkley, a well-respected executive function expert, said that students with executive function challenges need to “repeatedly practice self-monitoring, self-stopping, seeing the future, saying the future, feeling the future, and playing with the future to effectively plan and go toward the future.”

With this guiding principle, the Cambridge Executive Function Intensive will:
-Introduce and practice the concept of feeling the passage of time
-Provide concrete strategies for time planning and management
-Improve the ability to plan and execute a multi-step task through to completion
-Practice and apply specific organization strategies for backpacks, lockers, and study areas
-Improve situational awareness and self-regulation skills through the practice of “reading the room."
- Understand and manage emotional reactions, such as anxiety and stress in challenging settings/assignments that may interfere with availability to learn
- Develop problem solving strategies to build self-esteem and confidence

Students who spend the morning will have a supervised lunch and recess period from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. Students must bring their own lunch.

4. Afternoon Intensive: HOTS I for the Summer
HOTS I for the Summer: Using Stories to build Higher Order Thinking Skills
This Intensive is facilitated by our speech-language pathologists. The program is open to student grades K - 5.


1:00p.m. - 3:00p.m., Monday to Thursday
Monday, July 2nd - Thursday, July 26th (four weeks)
*Closed Wednesday, July 4th for the holiday
Cost: $1,750.00

In this summer reading intensive we will use stories to build your child’s critical thinking and critical reading skills. Our work together will focus on building four important elements of reading:
1. Sequencing
2. Characterization
3. Cause/Effect
4. Summarization
This intensive summer session is designed for K- 5 and students will be grouped accordingly. By participating in this intensive, your child will both maintain the reading gains they achieved in the school year and build new fundamental reading skills. The students will have fun while “reading beneath the surface” and gain important critical thinking skills in the process.

Students who attend the morning will have a supervised lunch and recess period from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. Students must bring their own lunch.

5. Afternoon Intensive: EFforT (Executive Function for Teens)
1:00p.m. - 3:00p.m., Monday to Thursday
Monday, July 2nd - Thursday, July 26th (four weeks)
*Closed Wednesday, July 4th for the holiday
Cost: $1,750.00

This Intensive is facilitated by our speech-language pathologists. The program is open to middle school through high-school students.

This program is developed for older students who would benefit from strategies aimed at developing high-level thinking skills with a strong emphasis on the development of executive function needed for academics and planning multi-step projects. Often students find tackling long-term projects significantly challenging due to executive skills such as: time-management, task-initiation, sequencing, organization of materials, metacognition, prioritizing, and cognitive flexibility when working both independently and in groups.

This intensive will offer concrete strategies and take home materials for students to generalize beyond the summer program into their upcoming school year.

1. Research - Differentiating between relevant versus extraneous information in presented reading material
2. Application- Sequence information and improve oral expression of key concepts through project planning and problem solving
3. Assessment-Develop metacognition by self assessment of performance and developing remediation strategies to improve execution of the project / plan

Students who attend the morning will have a supervised lunch and recess period from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. Students must bring their own lunch.

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