• Summer Learning - Christina School District

    The Christina School District offers specialized summer programs to cater to the unique needs of selected students, as well as encourages all students to engage in summer reading activities. Secondary students are recommended to read preselected novels during the summer break. All programs run from Monday to Thursday, with schools and offices closed on Fridays. 

  • Summer Reading K-12

    Reading is powerful and opens the world of imagination and knowledge for our children. Summer provides a wonderful opportunity for students to enjoy great books, while also avoiding reading loss or the “summer slide” that takes place when children are not able to read as consistently. The goal of the summer reading program is to foster a love of reading while children and families explore new books together.

  • Summer Programs

    We offer specialized summer programs to cater to the unique needs of selected students. These programs are designed to provide a tailored educational experience that helps students thrive and reach their full potential, ensuring they are well-equipped for success in the upcoming school year and beyond.

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    21st CCLC

    21st CCLC (Century Community Learning Centers) provide academic enrichment opportunities during non-school hours. The program helps students meet state and local academic standards in core academic subjects, such as reading and math; offers students a broad array of enrichment activities that can complement their regular academic programs; and offers literacy and other educational services to the families of participating children.

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    Brennen- Delaware Autism Program

    Designed for students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) aged 2-22, Brennen Summer School Program offers a unique educational experience within the Christina School District. Our expert team uses Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) techniques to provide direct teaching in real-life settings, empowering your child to thrive and reach their full potential.

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    Computer Summer Camp

    Newark High School is excited to announce its Computer Summer Camp, designed specifically for rising 10-12th grade students. Choose from two engaging courses that will ignite your passion for coding and innovation: Intro to Game Design and Practical Comp. Sci. Applications

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    Credit Recovery

    Credit Recovery is an opportunity that encourages at-risk students to re-take a previously failed course required for high school graduation and earn credit if the student successfully completes the course requirements.

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    Driver Education

    Driver Education is required for anyone under 18 years of age to obtain driving privileges in Delaware. Students must be classified as a 10th-grade student or above in high school in order to be eligible to sign up for Driver Education.

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    The Enrichment Program is a specially designed initiative by our school district to support students who require additional guidance to meet the promotion requirements in Math and English Language Arts (ELA). Our program is tailored to provide individualized attention and instruction to help students build confidence, improve their skills, and achieve academic success.

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    ESY and Entitlement

    Our ESY and Entitlement programs provide special education and related services to students with disabilities beyond the normal school year, at no cost to the student. These services are tailored to meet the unique needs of each student, as outlined in their Individualized Education Program (IEP).

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    Freedom School

    Freedom School provides educational and character-building support to K-12 students and their families by implementing an intensive academic summer program as well as continuous follow up, homework, and tutoring services throughout the academic school year.

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    The REACH Program provides an excellent education for students from 2-1/2 to 21 years of age with moderate to severe intellectual disabilities.

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    In Christina School District, the Wraparound Services Initiative grant allows both The Bancroft School and The Bayard School to partner with the United Way of Delaware (UWDE) and the Life Health Center (LHC) to provide students with tutoring, extra-curricular activities, preventative health care and assistance with mental health.

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