Summer Programs

Summer 2021 Programs & Activities for Students

Champions Full Day Summer Care

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WHO: Students in grades K-6
WHEN: June 1 - August 11 (closed July 5) from 6:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Lunch & snacks will be provided every day.
WHERE: Clayton Elementary (475 W. Union Ave.)
COST: $35/day or $150 per week

Join Champions this summer for fun and learning. This year, Champions has a theme of kids taking back summer. Children will step away from electronics and use their imaginations to explore summer in an all new way.

Contact: Amanda Bashford at abashford@discoverchampions.com.

KidConnections Summer Camp (through Englewood Parks & Recreation)

Note: This information is subject to change due to COVID-19.

WHO: Kids ages 5 - 14
WHEN: June 1 - August 13, 2021, Monday through Friday 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Participants must bring their own lunch, snacks and water bottle every day.
WHERE: Englewood Recreation Center (1155 W Oxford Ave)
COST: $210/weekly or $55/day for non-residents $170/weekly or $45/day for residents

Give your kids the wonderful opportunity to build great relationships, create fun summer camp memories and have a blast in a safe environment! More info here: https://www.englewoodco.gov/parks-recreation-library-golf/2021-kidconnections-summer-camp

Summer Reading Program

WHO: Babies, children and teens ages 0-18
WHEN: Registration for summer reading will begin on Wednesday, May 26
WHERE: Virtual and in-person programs at Englewood Public Library (1000 Englewood Parkway)
COST: Free

The summer reading program is a fun way to help students keep their reading skills sharp while having fun! Summer isn't just about reading, so there will also be fun programs for all ages. Final programming will depend on COVID-19 restrictions.

More info here: https://www.englewoodco.gov/parks-recreation-library-golf/library/children-s-services

Contact: Kimberly Powers at kpowers@englewoodco.gov

Adventures in Learning and Fun

WHO: Students in grades K-6 by invitation
WHEN: June 1-11 and July 26-30
WHERE: Clayton Elementary (475 W. Union Ave.)
COST: Free

Give your child an ongoing academic boost over the summer to keep them growing as learners! This is one of the ways that Englewood Schools is making a positive impact to help children improve their academic skills during the time of COVID-19.

Contact: Becky Jones at becky_jones@engschools.net

High School Credit Recovery and Acceleration

WHO: High school students who want to catch-up or get ahead
WHEN: June 1 - June 18 from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
WHERE: Online or at Englewood High School (3800 S. Logan St.)
COST: $50 for each core class

This year, summer school will be delivered both in-person and online, whichever works best for students and families. Successful completion of the summer school program will allow your child the opportunity to receive credit for a class. If your student completes a class before the midpoint of the summer session (June 9), they will have the opportunity to take another core class for credit. All coursework must be completed by 1:00 p.m. on June 18 for your student to receive credit.

Register by May 20 here: https://forms.gle/97DTBaDydWjkguFs7

Contact: Thomas Rode at thomas_rode@engschools.net.

Summer Math Bridge

WHO: Students entering Algebra 1 in 8th grade
WHEN: June 1-June 11, 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Breakfast and lunch included.
WHERE: The Englewood Campus (3800 S. Logan St.)
COST: Free

Englewood Schools' Summer Math Bridge program strengthens students' understanding of fundamental math and algebraic concepts to provide a solid foundation for success in Algebra 1. Instruction is provided by Englewood teachers experienced in this curriculum. 

Contact: Thomas Rode at thomas_rode@engschools.net.

English Language Learner Summer Program

WHO: English Language Learners in grades 3-5 by invitation
WHEN: June 1 - June 11, 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., lunch included
WHERE: Clayton Elementary (475 W. Union Ave)
COST: Free

Want to learn more about the world around us? With fun and creative science experiments, students will have the opportunity to use hands-on activities to ask and answer questions about our world and important systems in our body. They will also learn about many cultures of the world through crafts, stories and games. Space will be limited due to health guidelines and limited transportation.

Contact: Lorenzo Moreno at lorenzo_moreno@engschools.net.

Clayton Elementary 21st Century Summer Learning Camp

WHO: Clayton students in grades K-6
WHEN: June 1 - 11 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., lunch will be provided.
WHERE: Clayton Elementary School (475 W. Union Ave)
COST: Free

Students will participate in a Tech Ed camp, a Spartan Edge/Reading camp as well as enrichment activities put on by community partners. Activities will include art, STEM and physical fitness.

Contact: Jessica Boberek at jessica_boberek@engschools.net.

Metro Summer Science Institute

WHO: Gifted and high level learners going into grades 7 and 8 at EMS/ELA by invitation
WHEN: June 21 - July 2. Bus will leave EMS at 7:30 a.m. and return around 12:45 p.m.
WHERE: Metro State Campus (transportation provided from EMS daily)
COST: Free

The Metro Summer Science Institute is a STEM-focused program in partnership with Metropolitan State University of Denver. Lunch provided daily.

Contact: Thomas Rode at thomas_rode@engschools.net.

Free Summer Meals

Offered at Clayton, Colorado's Finest High School of Choice and the Civic Center 6/1 - 7/30

More info here: https://englewoodeats.com/?page=summer