Prentice Summer Registration

The Prentice School offers a 20-day Summer Program composed of a variety of comprehensive educational classes to support students who learn differently. Our fun-filled afternoons include Summer Camp activities followed by extended Afterschool Care. Students can customize their summer schedule and choose a morning of academic enrichment or select an afternoon of fun camp activities, or both.

The program makes a dramatic difference in preparing students with learning differences such as dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, ADHD or anxiety to start the next academic year with new skills, new friends and renewed confidence. The Summer Program is open to all students (whether they attend Prentice or not) who would like to experience what Prentice has to offer. We welcome students from public schools, and our program qualifies as an Extended School Year (ESY).

These educational and fun-filled 20 days are a great way for students to maintain and improve the skills they’ve developed during the year, preventing the summer slide, while enabling them to receive valuable supplemental instruction.

We also offer summer workshops for parents and professionals who would like to learn more about how to help children who learn differently.

SUMMER SCHOOL

ACADEMIC ENRICHMENT

Reading, Writing and Math

Grades K-8      9 am – 12 pm       $1100  

Summer School Kids

Students will receive intensive reading intervention through Orton-Gillingham and Slingerland, two research-based structured literacy approaches. These approaches are explicit, direct, cumulative, intensive, and focused on the structure of language. They involve the use of visual, auditory, and kinesthetic-tactile pathways simultaneously to enhance memory and learning of written language.  Students will also receive guided practice in writing and math to build upon their foundational skills.

Non-Prentice parents only: Please have your child’s teacher complete the 2018 Teacher Recommendation Form and return to The Prentice School, attn: Pam Gordon or email to pgordon@prentice.org by June 1st.

FUN WITH LANGUAGE

(Grades 1-3) 12:30 – 2 pm (Tues/Wed)
(Grades 4-8) 12:30 – 2 pm (Thurs/Fri)
($450 + $20 material fee)

Prentice Neuro Feedback

Students interact and build language skills in a stimulating environment with a licensed speech and language pathologist. Students work on vocabulary development, visualization, interference/critical thinking, graphic organizers, grammar, and transitioning strong oral language skills into engaging writing. Classes are offered twice a week in the afternoon.

SUMMER CAMP

FUN IN THE SUN CAMP

Grades K-8                 12:30 pm – 3:30 pm

$250 per week   

 

 

Prentice Summer Camp

Campers are going to have “Fun in the Sun” as they take part in exciting activities that engage the mind, encourage physical fitness and inspire the spirit of adventure. Music, science, and art will be part of the concentration. In addition, campers will participate in a different field trip every week.

Other Available Services 

  • One-on-one tutoring

  • Private Speech and Language Therapy Sessions

  • Extended Care (Morning and Afternoon Hours available)

  • Educational Workshop Series


WORKSHOPS FOR PARENTS & PROFESSIONALS

FREE EDUCATIONAL
WORKSHOP SERIES

Summer Adult

Structured Literacy
Wednesday, June 20 – 9:30 AM – 10:30 AM

Presented by Prentice Faculty
On the first day of summer program, parents will receive a brief overview of The Prentice School’s structured literacy methodology, used to teach the students at Prentice.

Understanding Learning Differences
Friday, June 29 – 9:30 AM – 10:30 AM

Presented by Prentice Faculty  
Develop a greater understanding of students with learning differences, their learning styles and behavioral characteristics. Identify successful strategies for supporting their academic and social needs at school and at home.

Prep for Life
Friday, July 6 – 9:30 AM – 10:30 AM

Presented by Prentice Faculty 
Vocabulary is one of the most important factors which drives a school-age child’s ability to learn new information. A student’s ability to use language is largely reliant on their semantic word knowledge. This workshop will review the semantic building blocks needed to “build up” word and world knowledge in your child, leading to better memory of new words, pragmatic and expressive language skills, and reading comprehension.

Sensory Processing and Emotional Regulation
Friday, July 13 – 9:30 AM – 10:30 AM

Presented by Prentice Faculty  
Learn how to reduce anxiety, minimize symptoms of Sensory Processing Disorder and gain the tools to manage sensory needs.

Structured Literacy DEMO & F.A.T. City 
Wednesday, July 18 – 9:30 AM – 10:30 AM

Presented by Prentice Faculty
Be a “Prentice student” for the day. Attendees will participate in a daily structured literacy lesson using all three modalities: auditory (ears), visual (eyes) and kinesthetic (feel) followed by a viewing of the F.A.T. City video with Rick Lavoie.



Help your child be ready to go for the next school year through our Summer Program! Register today!   

The Prentice Summer Program Team

The Prentice Summer Program qualifies as Extended School Year (ESY).

FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT:

The Prentice School Summer Coordinator
Pam Gordon

18341 Lassen Drive, North Tustin CA 92705
Email: pgordon@prentice.org
Tel: 714.244.4600

www.prentice.org