Summer School

Summer School

Extended Year - Summer 2021 

Summer learning this year will focus on math and English, and parents have the opportunity to suggest students who need summer learning. This has nothing to do with retention; parent can recommend students if they feel they have gaps that would benefit from summer learning.

To do so
There are 3 sessions for summer learning:
  1.  June 7 – 25;
  2. July 5 – 23;
  3. or students may attend all 6 of those weeks




Junior High Programs

Students served by the Extended Year programs are those who are identified as likely to not be promoted to the next grade level for the succeeding year because they do not meet district standards or policies for promotion on the basis of academic achievement or demonstrated proficiency of the subject matter of the course or grade level.

AISD junior high campuses will provide the following free programs for students’ grade 7 and 8:

SSI (Student Success Initiative) Program: Provides remediation for all eighth-grade students that need to retest for reading and math STAAR Students will receive the instruction and support they need to prepare for summer testing.

EY (Extended Year) Program: Provides seventh and eighth graders an opportunity to complete grade recovery in the online program Edgenuity for promotion.

Important Information:

Hours: 7:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Students may leave at 1:00 p.m. if they are not eating lunch or riding the bus. Students must leave campus if they are not eating lunch; they may not stay on campus.

Transportation: If a student receives busing during the regular school year, he/she will receive free transportation to Extended Year program. Transportation will be provided at designated bus stops. Students will receive bus information from the summer administrator.

Lunch: Lunch will be provided the same as during the regular school year. The Summer Food Service Program will feed students free where 50 percent or more of the students on a campus are qualified for free/reduced meals. The district is prepared to start feeding breakfast and lunch on June 6 and go through June 19 at hosting Extended Year program junior high schools.

Locations: The Extended Year program will be held at the traditional junior high campuses with one exception for 2017: Nichols Junior High students will be transported to Shackelford Junior High.


Summer School Meals

Students will be provided breakfast and lunch each day at no cost. Times are as follows. There are no exceptions.

Breakfast: 7:15 to 8:15 AM

Lunch 11:00 - 12:30 PM