Summer Bridge - Middle School Program

Summer BridgeSummer Bridge - Middle School Program

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    The Summer Bridge Middle School Program helps students develop and strengthen skills in math, reading, science and social studies, with a blend of technology, small group instruction, manipulatives, hands-on labs and project-based learning. New this summer, students will have the opportunity to take an elective! Course recovery courses will also be offered to eligible students in math, science, social studies and language arts.

    For students currently in grades 5-7. Prepare for success for next school year!

    Math, Reading, Science and Social Studies Remediation 

    The Summer Bridge Middle School Program helps students develop and strengthen skills in math, reading, science, and social studies. The program provides individualized instruction in core subjects, using a blended model of technology, small group instruction, manipulatives and hands-on labs or project-based learning.
    New this summer: Students will have the opportunity to participate in elective programs. Options will vary by school.
    Participating in Summer Bridge will put students on a stronger path to success when the 2021-2022 school year begins.  

    Transportation available to your zoned middle school! In alignment with School Board policy, regular transportation is provided for eligible middle school students attending their zoned school. Students who live more than two (2) miles from the school are eligible for transportation.
    Free Breakfast and Lunch Available!

    Dates: June 21 – July 15 (Schools closed July 5)
    Days: Monday - Thursday
    Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
    Locations: Azalea, Bay Point, Carwise, Clearwater Intemediate, Dunedin Highlands, Sanderlin, John Hopkins, Largo, Meadowlawn, Morgan Fitzgerald, Oak Grove, Osceola, Palm Harbor, Pinellas Park, Safety Harbor, Seminole, Tarpon Springs, Thurgood Marshall and Tyrone
    Clearwater Fundamental, East Lake, Madeira Beach and Lealman Innovation students will need to attend and register for Summer Bridge at their zoned school.
    Summer Bridge assignments are made to your child’s current or designated school.