All programs have moved to Online Learning this summer. Enrollment is now open.
The Elementary School program offers a variety of flexible options for students entering grades K-5. Students may enroll in one-hour daily courses or one-week, half-day programs.
One-week, morning or afternoon specialty prorams include those in Dance, Filmmaking, Music Production, Music for Strings Players, Science, Visual Arts and Spanish, and the ever popular, Fun with Ashley & Friends.
Our four-week program offers your student the choice of up to 4, one-hour classes. These classes provide opportunities for specialized learning and fun summer activities. They include “Camp Hangout” and those in Drama, Visual Arts & Spanish or Italian, Technology, and Mindfulness & Council & Yoga.
Crossroads students can choose from themed Math and Literacy classes that our teachers design and are intended for your child’s rising grade in the fall. These unique classes allow your Crossroads student to stay connected with friends, while engaging in fun summer learnng. Incoming Kindergarten students can select a two-week morning option.
Our All Programs Events & Community Times occur throughout the day. These times provide for connections with peers and staff. Kids participate in fun Zoom activities like our popular challenges, Theme-Days, playing games or singing songs, and moving or dancing together, along with snack and lunch times. Choose one class or a one-week program and Opt-In to our Community Times throughout our 8-week summer session.
Our classes and programs are offered with the whole child in mind and in keeping with our Distance Learning Guidelines. Our teachers are mindful of the amount of time of screen time that is recommended for young children. The Online program includes a combination of onscreen and offscreen time. Teachers may present live and recorded lessons. Live sessions include a blend of whole-group, small-group, and one-on-one meetings.
In the younger grades, particularly K and 1, parent or caregiver support during online learning is essential for the success of the program. Older students may need parent support in accessing online materials and signing into Zoom meetings.
In order to fully participate in our online classes, students need access to a computer with a keyboard and audio and camera capabilities. Students also need access to the Internet and a printer. In addition, we use Zoom, Google Classroom, Google Docs, and Seesaw platforms to facilitate online learning. Students should have access to these platforms on their computers. See a course’s description for any additional technology requirements.
Most of our projects and activities can be done using items found at home. When projects require specific items, we will organize a drive through pick-up at school or have them mailed to you prior to the start of classes.
Click on your child’s Grade in the Fall, to see all of their summer program opportunities. Use the Grid Schedule to build your child's summer program. Click on the course title for the full course description, dates, teacher, pricing, and enrollment deadline.
There is a minimum enrollment of 10 students per class. See the enrollment deadlines. Once the minimum enrollment is met, the enrollment deadline will be lifted. Programs that do not meet the minimum enrollment may be canceled and families will be contacted to select alternative options.
Class sizes are limited. Spaces will be available until the program or class is sold out. Enroll now!
School is closed Friday, July 3 for the Independence Day Holiday.