Summer Programs to Assist Learning Recovery

The Corvallis School District recovery of learning planning will take place in three phases. Phase one will be Summer Programs that will take place from July through the end of August. Phases two and three will be a continuation of academic and other supports for the next two school years.

This summer, Corvallis School District students will have the option to receive additional instruction, mental health support, and opportunities to gain their confidence after this pandemic year. While we have offered summer programs before, we have additional funding this year that will expand and enhance those offerings. In addition, we are partnering with Corvallis Parks and Recreation programs in July and August and with the Boys and Girls Club of Corvallis child care program for the entire summer.

Families have been invited to complete an online form to express interest in a summer program for their student(s.) Questions may be directed to the office at your child’s school.

2020-21 Summer Programs

Care and Connect (all grades)
Services will be provided all summer for students supporting mental health and providing resources and regular check-ins with families. A Health Clinic will be available in late August The caring support from our Mental Health & Wellness staff will continue through the summer months.

Credit Recovery for High School Students (high school only)
Two summer sessions of credit recovery will be offered in the morning and afternoon for 4 to 5 weeks each. Students will have an online and in-person option at Corvallis High, Crescent Valley, and the Harding Center. The in-person option will consist of both live teaching and support for online credit recovery classes.

Academic and Skill recovery (all grades)
Taking place primarily in August, academic and skill recovery classes will be available for elementary, middle, and high school students. Offered in virtual, hybrid, and in-person formats five mornings per week, elementary students will build and recover foundational academic skills. Middle school students will build proficiency in math, literacy, and social communication. In addition to increasing academic skills, all while boosting their confidence for school.

Student RE-engagement (all grades)
Designed to build confidence and foster relationships with their peers, students will be able to participate in project-based programs and outdoor hands-on learning. This will also include career and technical education options for high school students.

During the month of May, schools will be setting up students for summer programs, prioritizing students from marginalized populations. Families will receive confirmation from their child’s school by early June.