Summer Programs

Registration Information

Team Chesterfield families:

We are excited to share information about summer learning opportunities for Chesterfield County students.  Participation in these opportunities is optional.

Middle and high school summer learning opportunities include the review of course content and skill development taught during the 2019-20 school year (Recovery of Learning) and the chance to advance learning by taking classes not previously taken (CCPSOnline).

Elementary school summer learning opportunities (Recovery of Learning) will offer students the opportunity to access a personalized curriculum in mathematics and language arts that covers course content from the grade level they currently are in and allows them to progress beyond the current school year if they are ready.

  • Registration for free middle and high school Recovery of Learning courses opens May 18 at 8 a.m. Registration for these classes closes June 15.
  • Registration for CCPSOnline is already underway. Registration for these classes closes June 17.
  • Registration for free elementary school Recovery of Learning courses is May 25-June 15. More information will be available soon at mychesterfieldschools.com.

Information about additional supports and/or opportunities available for students with disabilities and English language learners will be shared once finalized.

Information about the school division’s summer learning opportunities by school level is as follows:   

MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

Recovery of Learning programs

Middle and high school students will have the free opportunity to access a complete personalized curriculum for any core course (math, language arts, science, and social studies) for which they are currently enrolled.  Some elective courses are available also.

Core content courses will have teachers interacting online to support students through goal-setting, progress-monitoring, virtual office hours, and small group instruction. Elective courses are self-guided and will not have an assigned teacher. Recovery of Learning opportunities will be structured through Edgenuity courseware. (Driver’s Education and Behind the Wheel will not be offered this summer.)

All courses provide students an opportunity to move through the content at their own pace and to test out of content previously mastered. The middle and high school Recovery of Learning program begins on June 29. Here are the course opportunities available via the CCPS Recovery of Learning program.

Visit the Recovery of Learning site to register.

CCPSOnline

CCPSOnline provides families of middle and high school students with a flexible alternative to the traditional school setting. Courses are taught by teachers licensed in the content areas. Students have the opportunity to interact with the teacher throughout the credit bearing courses, but do not follow a daily bell schedule. Courses are delivered and communication occurs within the Canvas learning management system. This summer, students will have opportunities to take courses for acceleration, to repeat courses to attain a better grade, or to interact with course content for the courses in which they are currently taking, for no credit. Information about all program options can be found by clicking the link above and accessing the CCPSOnline website.

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

All elementary students with Internet access and a school-division issued Chromebook or personal device (home computer, tablet, smart phone, etc.) with the minimum system requirements to run each application will have the opportunity to access a personalized curriculum in both mathematics and language arts that covers course content from the grade level they were in during the current school year and also allows a student to progress beyond the current school year if they are ready.

Students will work in three primary applications described below. They will have a licensed teacher interacting online to provide support through goal setting, progress monitoring, virtual office hours, and small group instruction. All courses provide students an opportunity to move through the content at their own pace and to test out of content previously mastered.

Paper packets will continue to be prepared and made available at schools twice during the month of July for students who do not have access to online learning opportunities.

The elementary school Recovery of Learning program begins on June 29th. Information about registration, which starts May 25, will be sent later this week.