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Summer Programs @ MISD

Learning is a year-round experience at Mansfield ISD. The district offers a variety of academic and enrichment opportunities for students during the summer. View enrollment criteria, registration fees and/or contact information for MISD’s summer offerings below:

Summer School Programs (includes high school credit recovery and acceleration courses)

Grades / Programs

Campus

Dates/Times

PK/K Limited English Proficiency
Special instruction for current PK/K LEP students designed to prepare them to be successful in K and 1st grade.
  • Criteria - Bil/LEP student
  • Cost - FREE
  • Register/Pay - Student's home campus; contact the counselor
  • Contact - Ana Munoz |  AnaMunoz@misdmail.org
Ponder ES June 10 – June 28
(Monday – Friday)
7:30 – 3:30
Pre-School Program for Children with Disabilities (PPCD) Extended School Year
School-based early intervention services provided for children ages 3 – 5 who have been identified with a disability. *The program starts on Tuesday, July 9, 2019.
  • Cost - FREE
  • Register/Pay - Registration takes place at the student's home campus; contact the counselor
  • Contact - Dr. Peggi McNairn |  PeggiMcNairn@misdmail.org

Low IS

July 9* – July 25
(Monday – Thursday)
8:30 – 11:30

K – 12th Extended School Year for Students with Disabilities (ESY)
Special Education and related services that are provided to a child with a disability beyond the normal school year in accordance with the child’s IEP. *The program starts on Tuesday, July 9, 2019.

Low IS

July 9 – July 25
(Monday – Thursday)
8:30 – 11:30

Elementary Extended Educational Program - Social Skills (EEPSS)
The program serves elementary students currently enrolled in special education by providing them with the opportunity to maintain and practice social skills.

Low IS

July 15 – July 25
(Monday – Thursday)
8:30 – 11:30

Secondary Extended Educational Program - Social Skills (EEPSS)
The program serves secondary students currently enrolled in special education by providing them with the opportunity to maintain and practice social skills.

Low IS

July 15 – July 25
(Monday – Thursday)
8:30 – 11:30

Visually Impaired Extended Curriculum Camp
This camp is designed for students who have a visual impairment and who have critical emerging skills in the area of the expanded core curriculum.

Low IS

July 22 – July 25
(Monday – Thursday)
8:30 – 11:30

5th & 6th Grade SSI & Grade Recovery
Current 5th & 6th grade students who did not meet promotion criteria and/or Student Success Initiative for 5th grade students who were unsuccessful on the STAAR Reading and/or Math exams. Classes end on June 24. STAAR Retest: Grade 5 Math (June 25); Grade 5 Reading (June 26)
  • Cost - $100 (Content Recovery) | $0 (STAAR SSI)
    • Content Recovery is FREE for students receiving free lunch during 18-19 school term; $50 for students receiving reduced lunch during the 18-19 school term
  • Register & Pay - Registration takes place at the student's home campus; contact the counselor.
    • Pay Online | Payment Instructions (May 1 - June 6)
    • Pay at Home Campus (May 1 - June 6)
    • Late registration is June 10. Grades 5-6 must pay at Icenhower; Grade 7-8 must pay at Coble
  • Contact -
Icenhower IS

June 10 – June 26
(Monday – Thursday)
8:30 – 3:00

7th & 8th Grade SSI & Grade Recovery
Current 7th & 8th grade students who did not meet promotion criteria and/or Student Success Initiative for 8th grade students who were unsuccessful on the STAAR Reading and/or Math exams. Classes end on June 24. STAAR Retest: Grade 8 Math (June 25); Grade 8 Reading (June 26)
  • Cost - $100 (Content Recovery) | $0 (STAAR SSI)
    • Content Recovery is FREE for students receiving free lunch during 18-19 school term; $50 for students receiving reduced lunch during the 18-19 school term
  • Register & Pay - Registration takes place at the student's home campus; contact the counselor.
    • Pay Online | Payment Instructions (May 1 - June 6)
    • Pay at Home Campus (May 1 - June 6)
    • Late registration is June 10. Grades 5-6 must pay at Icenhower; Grade 7-8 must pay at Coble
  • Contact -

Coble MS

June 10 – June 26
(Monday – Thursday)
9:00 – 2:30 

AVID Excel Summer Bridge
For rising 6th and 7th grade ESL students who will work on accelerated language acquisition and developing literacy strategies that will excel students on the path to high school AVID and college-preparatory coursework.
  • Criteria - Students entering 7th & 8th grade AND will be enrolled in AVID Excel for 2019-20.
  • Cost - FREE
  • Register/Pay - Student's home campus; contact the counselor
  • Contact - Mary Jackson | MaryJackson@misdmail.org

Coble MS

June 5 – June 18
(Monday – Thursday)
9:00 – 2:30

Math Summer Bridge
For rising 7th and 8th grade students who will take PAP Algebra I or PAP Math in the fall. Students will work collaboratively on rigorous and engaging activities that will foster a deep understanding of mathematical concepts.

Coble MS

June 5 – June 25
(Monday – Thursday)
9:00 – 2:30

8 – 12 Teacher-Taught Acceleration
Teacher-instructed courses for students who aspire to accelerate credit attainment by taking additional courses. (HS Summer School FAQs)
  • Cost - $150 per 1/2 credit
  • Register & Pay -
    • Online
      • Register | April 29 - May 17
      • Pay | May 1 - May 29
    • In Person
      • Register | Timberview HS during late registration on May 28 (Noon - 3 p.m.) AND May 29 (9 a.m. - Noon)
      • Pay | After May 29, payments must be made in person
  • Contact

NOTE: Students must pay for courses before login instructions are given. There are no refunds once students begin courses.

Timberview HS

Session I: June 3 – June 13
Session II: June 17 – June 27
(Monday – Thursday)
7:10 – 2:50 

8 – 12 Credit Acceleration Academy
Online courses for students who aspire to accelerate credit attainment. Session I final exams must be taken June 26, 27 or 28. Session II final exams must be taken July 26, 30 or 31. (HS Summer School FAQs) NOTE: Students who wish to drop a course must do so within 4 days of the first day of the course (June 10; July 11). There are no refunds once students begin courses.

Timberview HS

Session I: June 4 – June 27
Session II: July 8 – July 31
(Monday – Thursday)
8:00 – Noon
(computer lab available)

9 – 12 Credit Recovery
Online curriculum for students wishing to retake courses to gain recovery credits for graduation. (HS Summer School FAQs)
  • Cost - $150 per 1/2 credit
  • Register & Pay -
    • Online
      • Register | April 29 - May 17
      • Pay | April 29 - May 29
    • In Person
      • Register | Timberview HS during late registration on May 28 (Noon - 3 p.m.) AND May 29 (9 a.m. - Noon)
      • Pay | After May 29, payments must be made in person
  • Contact
NOTE: Students must pay for courses before login instructions are given. There are no refunds once students begin courses.
Timberview HS

Session I: June 3 – June 13
Session II: June 17 – June 27
(Monday – Thursday)
7:10 – 10:50 or
11:10 – 2:50

9 – 12 Teacher-Taught Algebra I Academy
Teacher-instructed course for students who wish to retake Algebra I for credit recovery. (HS Summer School FAQs)
  • Cost - $150 per 1/2 credit
  • Register & Pay -
    • Online
      • Register | April 29 - May 17
      • Pay | May 1 - May 29
    • In Person
      • Register | Timberview HS during late registration on May 28 (Noon - 3 p.m.) AND May 29 (9 a.m. - Noon)
      • Pay | After May 29, payments must be made in person
  • Contact
NOTE: Students must pay for courses before login instructions are given. There are no refunds once students begin courses.
Timberview HS

Semester I: June 3. – June 14
Semester II: June 17 – June 27
(Monday – Thursday)
7:10 – 2:50

Summer Enrichment Camps (athletics & enrichment programs)

Enrichment Camps

Campus

Dates/Times

Athletic Sports Camps
Athletic camps are sport specific and ran by MISD high school coaches. Campers are taught skills through individual and group instruction as well as competitions. Any student inside or outside the district can attend our camps.
 
All High Schools Dates & Times vary
Create Camp
Creativity Camp is a kid-powered, team driven learning adventure! Students will explore STEAM concepts in a hands-on environment with daily challenges during this week-long  camp sure to get their creative juices flowing! All MISD students entering grades 5-8 are encouraged to sign up. For details, download the Camp Create flyer.
Asa Low IS June 10 – June 14
(Monday – Friday)
8:30 – 3:00
Culinary Camp
During this week-long camp, MISD students entering grades 5-8, will participate in fun, interactive cooking activities to enjoy at camp or take home. For details, download the Culinary Camp flyer.
Ben Barber Culinary Kitchen June 3 – June 7
(Monday – Friday)
8:00 – Noon

Graphic Design Camp
MISD students entering grades 6-8, can take their art skills to the next level in Graphic Design Camp! This exciting 4-day camp will help you design like a pro. You’ll learn to use Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and Indesign in helping you create original designs for album covers, posters, T-shirts and more! For details, download the Graphic Design camp flyer.

Ben Barber Innovation Academy 

Session I
June 17 – July 20
(Monday – Thursday)
8:00 – 3:00

Session II
July 15  – July 18
(Monday – Thursday)
8:00 – 3:00

QUEST After-School Care
Don't know what to do with the kids this summer? QUEST has you covered. Children (ages 4-12) will get a chance to explore their interests and discover their talents in this rigorous and engaging camp being offered at Miller Elementary. For details, download the QUEST Summer Camp Flyer.
  • Cost- $150 per week (plus one-time registration fee | $75 single / $100 family)
    • Multiple child discounts are available
  • REGISTRATION NOW CLOSED
  • Contact - QUEST @ QUEST@misdmail.org


Judy K. Miller Elementary

June 3 – July 26
(Monday – Friday)
7:00 – 6:30

Maker University @ STEM Academy
Have a passion for robotics, flying drones, creating film and videos? Maker University will allow students the opportunity to explore, create and innovate in the area film, robotics, mechanical engineering, chemical engineering and CAD design. All interested incoming 5th graders are encouraged to attend. For details, download the Maker University flyer.

Jerry Knight STEM Academy

June 24 – June 28
(Monday – Friday)
8:00 – 3:30

SAT/ACT Summer Institute
Get a jump start on SAT/ACT practice by attending our week-long boot camp to strengthen your testing skills. Two sessions will be offered to review all sections of the test. Any student who has completed the 8th grade is eligible to attend this game-changing opportunity. For details, download the Summer Institute Flyer.
 

Lake Ridge HS

Session I
June 10 – July 14
(Monday – Friday)
9:00 – Noon

Session II
July 8  – July 12
(Monday – Friday)
9:00 – Noon

Science Camp
Get an engaging hands-on experience through labs and experiments using in-depth study of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Students entering Grades 1-5 are encouraged to attend. For details, download the Science Camp flyer.

Boren ES

Session I
June 3 – June 7
(Monday – Friday)
8:30 – 3:00

Session II
June 10  – June 14
(Monday – Friday)
8:30 – 3:00
Summer at The Academy
For details, download the Summer at The Academy flyer.

Jandrucko PK Academy

Session I
Camp Navigation & Camp Investigation
June 10 – June 13
8:30 – 1:00

Session II
Camp Navigation & Camp Investigation
June 17 – June 20
8:30 – 1:00

Session III
Camp Interaction & Camp Exploration
July 8 – July 11
8:30 – 1:00

Session IV
Camp Interaction & Camp Exploration
July 15 – July 18
8:30 – 1:00

Session V
Camp Interaction & Camp Exploration
July 22 – July 25
8:30 – 1:00

Swim & Dive School

Swim School - The MISD Natatorium is offering summer swim school for youth ages 4 - 14. Our goal is to build confidence and teach lifelong lessons in water safety so that children learn to love, respect and always be comfortable in any aquatic environment whether it’s competitive swimming, the neighborhood pool, rivers and lakes or the ocean. For more info, download the Swim School flyer.

Dive Camp - The MISD Natatorium is offering dive camps for swimmers age 6 and up. Goals and objectives of the camps are to teach proper fundamentals of diving, forward approach and backward take off with jump, correct head entry and more. For more info, download the Dive Camp flyer.

High School Summer Conditioning - For MISD swimmers going to or currently in middle school who are NOT currently members of the Mansfield Aquatic Club but want to continue to refine their strokes and maintain fitness levels during the summer months. Course registration includes a summer seasonal USA Swimming registration. Open for athletes who are currently in grades 8-12. For more info, download the Summer Conditioning flyer.

Middle School Summer Conditioning - The camp is for MISD swimmers going to or currently in middle school who want to continue to refine their strokes and maintain fitness levels during the summer months. The course registration includes a summer seasonal USA Swimming registration. For more info, download the Summer Conditioning flyer.

MISD Natatorium

Swim School
Session I: June 3 – June 13
Session II: June 17 – June 27
Session III: July 8 – July 18
Session IV: July 22 – August 1

Dive Camp
Dive Camp 1:  June 3 - June 7
Dive Camp 2:  June 17 – 21
Dive Camp 3: June 24–June 28
Dive Camp 4:  July 8 -12
Dive Camp 5: July 22 – June 26
(Monday – Friday)

High School Summer Conditioning
May 29 – July 27
(Monday – Friday)

Middle School Summer Conditioning
May 29 – July 27
(Monday – Friday)

High School Summer Course Offerings

Summer school offers students the opportunity to take courses for Credit Recovery or Credit Acceleration. Courses are divided into two semesters. Each semester counts ONE half credit. Students can sign up for either ONE half-credit course or TWO courses each worth a half credit. If a student needs to attain or regain credit for a full year-long course, the student would need to complete both semesters of the course.

For each course listed, the Semester I = A, and the Semester 2 = B. In some cases, minimum class sizes must be met in order for the class to make. Courses cost $150 per half-credit and must be paid in full before the course begins. Once students begin a course, students are not eligible for refunds. Summer School FAQs for High School Students

High School Credit Recovery Courses
Credit recovery courses are designed for students who need to regain credit for classes they have previously failed. The courses are conducted online utilizing Edgenuity, but students are required to attend daily classes at Timberview High School during Session I (June 3 – June 13) and/or Session II (June 17 – June 27).

(A is semester 1 and B is semester 2 for each course)

Math English Science Social Studies Foreign Language
Algebra 1-A English 1-A IPC-A W Geog-A Spanish 1-A
Algebra 1-B English 1-B IPC-B W Geog-B Spanish 1-B
Geometry-A English 2-A Biology-A US History-A Spanish 2-A
Geometry-B English 2-B Biology-B US History-B Spanish 2-B
Math Models-A English 3-A Chemistry-A W History-A  
Math Models-B English 3-B Chemistry-B W History-B  
Algebra 2-A English 4-A Physics-A Economics  
Algebra 2-B English 4-B Physics-B Government  
Pre-Calculus A&B        

High School Teacher-Taught Credit Recovery Courses
Teacher-taught credit recovery courses are conducted at Timberview High School in a regular classroom setting with a certified teacher and require students to attend daily during Session I (June 3 – June 13) and/or Session II (June 17 – June 27).

(A is semester 1 and B is semester 2 for each course)

Math
Algebra 1-A (Semester 1:June 3 - 13)
Algebra 1-B (Semester 2: June 17 - 27)

High School Credit Acceleration Academy
Credit acceleration courses are online classes that provide students with the flexibility to complete course assignments as their schedule permits. These classes are not self-paced classes because a student may be penalized if he/she does not maintain a pace to complete the course in the designated timeframe. However, students may work ahead in the course and possibly complete the course before the designated end-date. Credit Acceleration courses are not weighted and credit is not awarded as AP or Pre-AP.

Students are able to access advanced credit courses 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Therefore, students are only required to come to campus for mid-term and final exams during the summer. Open Lab for students who need help accessing course work is available Monday through Thursday starting June 4  - July 31 from 8:00 am – noon at Timberview High School with the exception of July 1 – 5, 2019. Students will need to make arrangements to take mid-terms and final exams during the following dates.

  • Semester I (June 4 - June 27) - Mid-Terms/Final Exams must be taken on or before June 25, 26 or 27.
  • Semester II (July 8 - July 31) - Mid-Terms/Final Exams must be taken on or before July 29, 30 or 31.

Satisfactory pace is the daily pace required to complete the course by the designated end date. Example: If the course is scheduled for six weeks, then a student must complete 2.4% per day in order to complete the course on time. Pace is determined by a 7-day week and not the 4-day week for summer school. If a student does not maintain a satisfactory pace in the course, he/she will be required to attend Open Lab at Timberview High School until a satisfactory pace is obtained.

(A is semester 1 and B is semester 2 for each course)

English Math Science Social Studies
English 1 A & B Algebra 1 A & B Integrated Physics and
Chemistry A & B
World Geography A & B
English 2 A & B Geometry A & B Biology A & B World History A & B
English 3 A & B Algebra 2 A & B Chemistry A & B US History A & B
English 4 A & B Mathematical Models A & B Environmental Science A & B Government
  Pre-Calculus A & B   Economics
Foreign Language Technology Applications Electives
Spanish 1 A & B BIMM A & B Art 1 A & Art 1 B
Spanish 2 A & B   Health
    Psychology A
    P.E.

 

Summer Study (suggestions & requirements)

In addition to programs and camps, Mansfield ISD also provides summer study suggestions to help students prepare for the upcoming school term. In some instances, these studies are requirements in order to participate in a class. For details, please visit the links below.

Summer Feeding Programs

Mansfield ISD Student Nutrition Services is excited to continue the summer feeding program this summer.

The summer option allows our district to continue breakfast and lunch service over the summer to all kids and teens 18 years and younger COMPLETELY FREE OF CHARGE, even if they aren't enrolled in summer school!

View Campus Sites, Dates and Meal Times   Download the Summer Menu

For information about all free summer meal locations in Texas, go to www.summerfood.org or call Texas 2-1-1. For questions about the MISD summer feeding program, visit the Student Nutrition Services webpage or contact the department at 817-299-6040.

Transportation

Transportation will be provided for Pre-K - 8th graders attending summer school programs. In late May, parents and students can find out which bus they will ride by going to www.mansfieldisd.org/busroutes.

To use the Summer Bus Locator WebQuery program, simply enter the street address and select the appropriate grade level of the student. Once submitted, click on the school name and your student’s summer school bus stop and bus number will appear.

If you have any questions or problems, please feel free to contact the Transportation Department at 817-299-6060.