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Summer 2020 CAMP No Other!

This federally-funded program is designed to assist Kindergarten-7th grade students in Title I schools improve their reading and math skills. Students demonstrating the greatest academic need receive first priority. Services for students are available every weekday, July 6-31, from 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM.

Please register for program’s by reading the brochure and submitting the registration form online or by mail.

 

Please Note: All activities this summer are being offered in a virtual format due to ongoing health concerns caused by COVID-19. Please check our website for updated information.


2020 June and August Programs - Outings, Retreats, and more

The Improvement and Innovation Department, in collaboration with community partners, offers a variety of experiences that combine hands-on learning with unique educational experiences. RPS 205 students in grades K-12 will have the opportunity to engage in these opportunities over a course of several weeks. These non-credit programs are free (funded by federal and state grants), staffed by RPS 205 teachers and community partners, and are offered on a first-come basis.

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