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Summer Programs

​​​​​​​High School Credit Recovery 

In 2017, summer school for high school students will be held at Piner High School. Please click on the following links to learn more about summer school, including Cyber High:

High School Credit Recovery Overview​

Important Dates and Times (English and Spanish)​

​​​High School Credit Recovery (Summer School) Application

Emergency Card (English and Spanish)

SDC Credit Recovery Application​

E​​​​lementary Summer School

This program at Lincoln Elementary will serve SRCS students who were in Transitional Kindergarten - 5th grade during the 2016-17 school year. Click the following link to learn more: Elementary Summer Academy

​​Project Make

​Project Make at Comstock Middle School is open to all 7th and 8th grade students and 5th and 6th grade students from SRCS feeder schools. Students will become a "maker" of practical, imaginative and creative hands-on projects. Come learn how to create things like robots, clothing, food, rockets and much more. Learn more: Project Make

The Mike Hauser Academy - Making Opportunities Via Education 

​This program gives students who are entering 9th grade a chance to learn how science, technology, engineering and math are used in the workplace. It is open to students who speak English as a second language and/or students who could benefit from extra math and science. Students will visit various companies in Santa Rosa; the program is a partnership between SRCS and the Santa Rosa Chamber of Commerce. Learn more about Mike Hauser Academy - Making Opportunities Via Education

Extended School Year (ESY)

​Extended School Year services are designed to support a student with a disability as documented under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) to maintain the academic, social/behavioral, communication, or other skills that they have learned as part of their Individualized Education Program (IEP) or Section 504 accommodation plan.​ Learn more about Extended School Year (ESY)​

​​Mariachi and One City Arts Camps

​​​​These two camps are held at Cook Middle School in July. They culminate in a performance and art show at the Luther Burbank Center. Learn more about Mariachi and One City Arts Camps

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​​To take a look at some of the Summer Pr​ograms from last year, visit the SRCS YouTube channel.