Miami-Dade County Public Schools (M-DCPS) is at the forefront of offering and providing
access to outstanding educational programs. Students in all grade levels will have the
opportunity to participate in educational services at selected school sites during the summer
session, which is scheduled for July 1 – 29, 2019. These services are designed to
support students to successfully meet academic grade level requirements.
Listed below are the eligibility criteria and program information for selected students:
• Grade Three Summer Reading Camp for retained third-grade students and rising third-grade students (listed on the Summer Services Eligibility Roster of Rising Grade 3 Students); Parents of eligible students are notified via a summer registration letter;
• Sixth-, seventh- and eighth-grade students who are either in need of retaking one failed course OR are missing one course required for promotion;
• Students in grades 9-12 who will be co-enrolled in Adult Education for course recovery and promotion/graduation;
• Students with disabilities who meet eligibility criteria may participate in all available,
grade appropriate summer services, including Extended School Year (ESY) Services,
in accordance with their Individualized Educational Plan (IEP); and
• Specialized programs for migrant, immigrant, neglected and delinquent students.
Summer School Schedule
The 2019 Summer School will operate from Monday, July 1 through Monday, July 29, 2019 (20 days); No classes on Thursday, July 4.
The instructional day for elementary schools and K-8 centers (third-grade students) shall consist of five hours and 15 minutes for students. The middle school instructional day shall consist of 3 hours for students. The proposed student schedule is as follows:
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