Summer Learning At-Home
Spring ISD is offering a virtual summer learning program this year amid public health concerns related to COVID-19. We are excited to be able to offer two sessions that will run Monday through Thursday with the first scheduled for June 10-30 and the second slated to run July 7 – 28.
We appreciate you for supporting your child's academic growth and development during these summer months to ensure a strong start to the 2020-21 school year. We are confident your student will be engaged and challenged with their summer Project-Based Learning plans and look forward to supporting them.
Additional online and mobile friendly resources
Free online learning tools and digital course content resources:
Summer Learning Enrichment ProgramDidn't sign up for Summer Learning? No problem, complete the Literacy Camp, STEAM Camp or Art Camp on your own through our Summer Learning Enrichment Program. Write down the enrollment code from the camp you would like to take and follow the directions linked below.
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