CL Opportunity Academy: Voluntary Summer Learning for Grades K-12
Dates: June 1 - July 23, 2020
Days: Monday - Thursday
Times: 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

Continuous Learning (CL) Opportunity Academy is a free, voluntary summer learning program for all students grades K-12. The focus for grades K - 8 will be reading, math, and social-emotional learning. Grades 9 - 12 will allow for credit recovery, credit advancement, and social-emotional learning utilizing a project-based, integrated learning format.

Expectations of the CL Opportunity Academy will be regular student participation during the designated days (K-8). There will not be face to face meetings, but students will have opportunities to meet with teachers regularly through eLearning platforms. We know families make plans in the summer, and arrangements can be made for these special circumstances. Student growth and progress will be regularly monitored and communicated with students and parents. This opportunity will be individualized according to a student’s academic needs in order that students have maximized benefits from the academy.

Any student enrolled in the CL Opportunity Academy will keep his/her iPad over the summer. There will not be packet learning, but we will work with families in order to provide suggestions and recommendations regarding internet access if a family does not have home services. Some examples may include but are not limited to the following:
**Downloading needed apps or assignments at a summer feeding site where internet access is provided
**Using a school as a hotspot to download needed apps or assignments
**Utilizing a hotspot provided by the district pending availability

Because CL Opportunity Academy is voluntary, any student in USD 409 is welcome to participate. Students who are on an IEP may also participate; as this is voluntary, strict adherence to an IEP, such as support minutes and other services, are not applicable. Teachers will be made aware of general accommodations and modifications as appropriate to summer learning.
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