Intersession Week Information

Our school year calendar includes Intersession weeks.  These take place in the fall, spring, and summer to support and improve the academic achievement of all students. Students will receive individualized instruction tailored to their specific needs.
 

2020-21 Intersession Dates

 
* Fall: Oct. 26- 30, 2020
* Winter: Jan. 4-8
* Summer: Mar. 15-19 
 

What is Intersession?

Intersessions are brief breaks throughout the school year for extra academic support. Intersessions are strategically scheduled to provide intervention, enrichment, and accelerations following a grading cycle, rather than delaying these experiences until the summer.  During these weeks, not all students will be required to attend.
 

Intersessions will:

* help address the "summer slide", or the decline in student performance that typically happens during long breaks

* manage the anticipated long-term impact of COVID-19

* provide intervention, enrichment and acceleration opportunities

* be built into the school year to provide timely student support and give extra flexibility to respond to student needs

* provide more immediate recovery opportunities to reduce knowledge gaps

* help address the "summer slide", or the decline in student performance that typically happens during long breaks

* manage the anticipated long-term impact of COVID-19

* provide intervention, enrichment, and acceleration opportunities

* be built into the school year to provide timely student support and give extra flexibility to respond to student needs

* provide more immediate recovery opportunities to reduce knowledge gaps

Teachers have begun reaching out to students who are in need of further enrichment and make-up opportunities.

If you have further questions, please contact your student's campus.

help address the "summer slide", or the decline in student performance that typically happens during long breaks

* manage the anticipated long-term impact of COVID-19

* provide intervention, enrichment and acceleration opportunities

* be built into the school year to provide timely student support and give extra flexibility to respond to student needs

* provide more immediate recovery opportunities to reduce knowledge gaps