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June 12 - July 14, 2023

9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Juneteenth Federal Holiday:

June 19th - no school

Summer Break:

July 3-4, 2023 - no school
 

PURPOSE: California Crosspoint Academy’s Summer Camps are designed for students
entering K-8th grades who want to explore and grow in a focused area of interest.

Summer sessions are provided in-person, on campus.


REGISTRATION: Registration is done on a first-come, first-served basis.

Students can register for mornings only, afternoons only, or full days. 

Mornings: Reading, Writing, and Math

Is your child struggling in reading or just not interested?

Our elementary teachers will provide a place to enjoy reading with novels, poetry, library visits, and good books while practicing reading and writing skills.  
Middle School teachers will help students focus on their development as readers and writers. Students will read fiction and non-fiction while learning to dialogue with the text through annotations and reading comprehension strategies. Students will develop their writing voice through a culminating writing project.

Math is an exciting mix of problem-solving, games, activities, and computer-based learning for students who want to improve their math skills or keep their math skills sharp over the summer. Summer 2022-23 will have an emphasis on financial literacy in the upper grades.

Students will enjoy exploring real-world phenomenon as they investigate weather, energy and matter, patterns, structure and function, stability and change, system and system models, cause and effect, or scale, proportion, and quantity

Afternoons: STREAM Activities

Elementary and middle school students will enjoy PE and explore STREAM with science, technology, research, engineering, and art. 
Some of the hands-on STREAM activities that may be offered include gardening, rocketry, drone flying, coding, robotics, circuitry, art, engineering projects, photography, cooking, and art. 
 

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CANCELLATION DISCLAIMER: California Crosspoint Academy will make every effort to provide all sessions and classes listed; however, we reserve the right to cancel a session or class due to lack of enrollment or circumstances beyond our control. If such a cancellation occurs, you will be notified immediately. A minimum of six (6) students is needed for a class to take place, unless otherwise noted in the description.

SUMMER

A Day in the Life of an Elementary
Summer School Student

After check in, we read a book or enjoy an activity until class begins.

At morning meeting, we read a morning devotion and pray.

 

In reading & writing class we practice the fundamentals of reading and develop comprehension skills for fiction and nonfiction books. We make connections, talk about what we are reading, ask questions, and reflect on our reading. 

We write our opinions, information, and narratives while learning how to plan and edit our writing for grammar and fluency so we are ready to publish our work.

After reading and writing class, we take a break before math class where we build our math skills in areas such as problem-solving, build reasoning skills, model with math, measuring, using data, while we learn to use the tools of math. We regularly get to use math games and puzzles to build our math skills.

Lunch and recess are a great time to play with other kids before heading off to science where we do hands-on projects and to STREAM activities.

Depending on the day, we might be cooking, coding, creating art, or learning about robotics.

  

A Day in the Life of a Middle School
Summer Student

After check in, we read a book or enjoy a morning activity until class begins.

At morning meeting, we have a morning devotion and pray.
 

In reading & writing class we practice develop comprehension skills for fiction and nonfiction. We might compare and contrast "The Odyssey" with Greek history to determine the theme, analyze points of view, build background knowledge, make connections, discuss our reading, ask questions, and reflect on our reading. 

We research, write, and develop our opinions, arguments, informative text, and narratives while learning how to plan and edit our writing for purpose, audience, grammar, and fluency so we are ready to publish our work.

After reading and writing class, we take a break before math class where we focus on strengthening our middle school math skills to sustain our learning and prepare the coming school year. Areas include ratios, proportional relationships, the number system, expressions and equations, model with mathematics, statistics and probability.

Lunch and recess are a great time to relax with other kids before heading off to science where we do hands-on projects and develop our lab safety and note-taking skills to prepare for the new school year.

Depending on the day, in STREAM we might be cooking, coding, learning about robotics, flying drones, or building rockets.

  

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