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2022 Summer Program Recap

This past summer, nearly 3,200 students participated in Newport-Mesa School District (NMUSD) summer programs, with 90% of parents rating the program as a positive experience for their children and 93% of secondary students rated their experience a 3 or higher on a 5-point scale. Elementary Summer Programs Elementary students had the opportunity to improve their English language arts (ELA) and math skills, as well as participate in enrichment programs such as art, sports, and/or science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Students also strengthened their social skills, with 82% of students reporting making at least three new friends. In addition to writing, students learned the magic of math, the science behind bubbles, strategies behind chess, and more. After just four weeks, students presented theatrical productions of “Jungle Book,” “Seussical Kids” and “Wonka,” among others. “I love school.It was so fun, and I like math and reading,” wrote one elementary summer program student. Secondary Summer Programs Nearly 1,500 secondary students participated in summer programs to catch up on their academic studies or earn additional credits toward graduation requirements. Overall, secondary students recovered more than 3,600 credits, and earned more than 900 initial credits to get ahead of the 2022-23 school year. While some students remediated academic credits, others earned credit for health, government or economics classes. Students also enhanced their skills through participation in arts or culinary classes. NMUSD summer programs were offered to students at no cost and included breakfast and lunch.
Source: CDM High School New

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