Summer Bridge begins Tuesday, June 11

Reading, Math and Science

The Summer Bridge Elementary School Program is for students currently in kindergarten through fourth grade. The program is especially beneficial for students who are performing below grade level in reading or math or need additional help to stay on track. Current fifth-graders will be assigned to Summer Bridge schools based on their assigned middle schools.

Summer Bridge offers engaging reading, math and science activities and individualized instruction. Lessons blend technology, small group instruction, hands-on experiments and project-based learning.

For more information, contact Elementary Education at 727-588-6443.

Transportation: Parents will be responsible for providing transportation for their children.
Dates: June 11 – July 18

Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Days: Monday – Thursday

Apply now at reservation.pcsb.org!

Please share special healthcare or medical needs for your child with your Summer Bridge school.

Food Service: Breakfast and lunch will be served. Breakfast will be available at no charge to students. Students may bring bottled water.

Before and Aftercare: Childcare is available from 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. and all day on Friday. Parents interested in childcare must complete registration packets, which can be requested from the providers serving each elementary school.

Visit pcsb.org/Page/4036 for program locations and childcare options.

Click here for program locations and childcare options.

Middle School Summer Bridge

Reading, Math, Science and Social Studies

The Summer Bridge Middle School Program is for current fifth-, sixth- and seventh-grade students who are performing below grade level in reading and/or math or need additional help to stay on track. Fifth-graders will be assigned to Summer Bridge schools based on their assigned middle schools.

Students take part in engaging reading, math, science and social studies activities. Lessons blend technology, small group instruction, hands-on experiments and project-based learning.

The program will also prepare students for success in middle school social studies, and specifically, the seventh-grade Civics course. Topics include the structure and function of government, rights and responsibilities of citizens, geographic awareness and community structures.

For information about Summer Bridge programs, contact Dr. Dywayne B. Hinds, executive director, Middle School Education, at 727-588-6453 or HINDSDY@pcsb.org.

Apply now at reservation.pcsb.org!

Transportation: Parents will be responsible for providing transportation for their children.
Dates: June 11 – July 18

Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Days: Monday – Thursday

Students will generally be assigned a Summer Bridge site based on their assigned middle schools. Parents can select a different site if it is more convenient.

Visit pcsb.org/Page/4037 for middle school locations and childcare options.

Click here for middle school locations and childcare options.

Middle School Course Recovery

The Middle School Course Recovery program is offered for middle school students who were previously not successful in completing a middle school core course. Course recovery courses will be offered in math, science, social studies and language arts. Students should check with their guidance counselor for eligibility. Transportation will not be provided. For more information, contact Dr. Dywayne B. Hinds, Executive Director, Middle School Education, at 727-588-6453 or via email at hindsdy@pscb.org.

Summer Bridge High School Program

Many Summer Bridge high school programs begin Tuesday, June 11.

Summer Bridge is for students who are performing below grade level in reading or math and need extra support. The program puts students on a stronger path to success when the next school year begins. For information on all programs, call High School Education at (727) 588-6302.

Transportation: Parents will be responsible for providing transportation for their children.

Dates: June 11 – July 18

Hours: 8:30am – 12:30pm 
Days: Monday – Thursday

Apply now at reservation.pcsb.org!

Please share special healthcare or medical needs for your child with your Summer Bridge school.

Freshmen Prep

For current eighth-graders:

  • Learn about and sign-up for sports, clubs, extracurricular activities
  • Get to know the school campus and get your locker
  • Participate in fun group projects that are of interest to you
  • Meet other incoming freshmen

Sign up for one session:

Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Days: Monday-Thursday

  • Session 1:June 11-20
  • Session 2:June 24- July 3
  • Session 3:July 8-18

Questions? Call 727-588-6302.

ACT/SAT Prep

This program is for current 10th- and 11th-graders who need to pass the 10th Grade Florida Standards Assessment for English Language Arts or earn a comparable score on the ACT or SAT so they can graduate on time. The goal of ACT/SAT Prep is to improve English and reading skills so students can pass the assessment required for graduation. Students will have the opportunity to take the ACT on July 21 at no cost to them.

Algebra 1 EOC Preparation

This program is for current ninth, 10th and 11th graders who have failed the spring Algebra End of Course assessment. The program provides students with prescriptive assistance and practice to close gaps in algebra skills or content knowledge. Students will earn a ½ credit in an Algebra 1 Credit Recovery (elective).

Credit Recovery Program

The credit recovery program is not part of Summer Bridge. Registration information will be provided soon.

Visit www.pcsb.org/Page/4038 for locations.

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