Naperville families invited to explore local summer learning options
Families in the Naperville 203 school district are invited to register their children to participate in its summer learning program, which can help to halt the summer learning slide.
A number of different choices have been made available, and parents can choose the one that is the best fit for their child. There are six-week options at both the elementary and junior high levels, and the programming is delivered over the course of two three-week sessions. Families can sign up for either session or both, and according to the district, it recommends they attend both, which can help to prevent learning loss over the summer months.
Those students who require transportation will be able to access it for $25.00 a week. The routes will be designed based on the families who have requested it, and they may not be the same as those use during the regular school year.
Another option for children in Naperville is to attend one of the summer school camps that will be held in elementary sites across the Naperville 203 district. Lunch will be provided for the children, and an assortment of themes will be followed. A company that provides learning skills tutoring in Naperville can also be called upon to provide additional academic support over the summer months.
A full listing of the different programs, as well as their locations, times and the costs to participate have been made available for parents and caregivers to peruse on the Naperville 203 district’s website.