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Summer School in Bryan ISD - 2021

DISTRICT SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAMS
 
In Summer 2021, Bryan ISD will offer both traditional summer school in June by invite only, and new Power Camps in July that are open to all students.

Bryan ISD students entering grades 1-9 in the Fall of 2021 are invited to attend the all new District Power Camps for students!  During Power Camps, students will benefit from hands-on learning experiences in multiple subject areas that will help prepare them for the 2021-2022 school year.  All power camps will be conducted face-to-face and students are expected to follow the Bryan ISD Dress Code and Code of Conduct. Transportation will be provided.

Registration is open from May 3 through 8:00 a.m. on May 18.  
Registration Link:  https://bisd.link/camp 
Summer School for Grades K-8

Registration for the following programs is open from May 3 through 8:00 a.m. on May 18.  
Registration Link:  https://bisd.link/summer 
Students in Kindergarten through 4th grade will be required or invited to participate if they would benefit from additional time to complete unfinished learning in Math and/or Reading.  For more information, contact your child’s campus or counselor.
Students in 5th and 6th grade will be required or invited to participate if they would benefit from additional time to complete unfinished learning in Math, Reading, Science, or Social Studies.  For more information, contact your child’s campus or counselor.
Students in 7th and 8th grade will be required or invited to participate if they would benefit from additional time to complete unfinished learning in Math, Reading, Science, or Social Studies.  Middle School students may also be eligible for High School Credit Recovery or Advancement.  For more information, contact your child’s campus or counselor.
English Learners are invited to receive specialized instruction designed to help them be successful in Kindergarten and First Grade. Instruction will focus on language and skill development.
The purpose of the Migrant Education Program is to design and support programs that help migrant students over come the challenges of mobility, cultural and language barriers, social isolation, and other difficulties associated with a migratory lifestyle. The summer program is intended to provide support in developing student understanding of Mathematics.

High School Summer Programs

Students have the opportunity to complete summer courses in order to receive additional tutoring for End of Course tests, recover credit, or receive advanced credit.  For more information, contact your child’s counselor or visit the school’s website.

 

  • Registration will open online at https://bisd.link/hssum on May 3, 2021.
  • Registration will remain open until July 1, 2021, at 8:00 a.m.
  • Students must register online by May 18, 2021, in order to keep district-issued technology device.
Courses are designed to develop the specific skills students need to meet expectations on the state assessment re-test. Students may take up to two EOC Acceleration courses free of charge while simultaneously earning credit recovery with no more than two absences and a passing grade in the EOC course.   For a student who only needs one EOC Acceleration course, he or she may also enroll in one Credit Recovery/Advancement course.  If the student needs more than one EOC Acceleration course, he or she may not enroll in Credit Recovery/Advancement until June 24, 2021.  All EOC Test Acceleration courses will be taught in person. 
Courses will be self-paced and taught online through Edgenuity.  Student coursework is supported and facilitated by teachers.  Students may complete the courses independently or at Bryan High School during summer school hours.  Students may only take one course at a time.

Students may be eligible to take a credit by exam assessment in non-End of Course classes if he or she earned a grade of 60-69 in the course.  If the student does not pass the credit by exam, he or she will enroll in the full credit recovery course.  Credit by Exams must be taken in person at Bryan High School.
Students who wish to get ahead in high school credits may take self-paced courses primarily taught through Edgenuity.  Student coursework is supported and facilitated by teachers.  Students may complete the courses independently or at Bryan High School during summer school hours.  Students may only take one course at a time.
If you have any questions about summer school or Power Camps, please contact your child's campus or counselor.