Hours of Operation:
Coordinator of Summer School and Extended Day Programs
Stamford Public Schools, Teaching and Learning
888 Washington Blvd.
Stamford, CT 06901
See map: Google Maps
Please note that locations and schedules are subject to change due to unexpected circumstances and snow days.
General K-8 Program Registration closes Friday May 5th.
****Summer School Registration Forms for Invited Students for all K-8 programs along with ESY K-8 and New Arrivals are available in PowerSchool Parent Portal. You MUST log into your PowerSchool account to access the form as it will not work in the app.****
General K-8 Program Registration closes Friday May 5th and registration for ESY and New Arrivals is recommended by this date as well.
Note: High School General Summer School registration takes place in June.
For step by step instructions on how to register click here.
For step by step instructions (in Spanish) on how to register click here.
If you have any questions, please read this whole page and then email: BOESummerSchool@stamfordpublicschools.org
Stamford Public Schools Summer School Programs
The SPS Summer School Programs are returning for 2023 and will offer academic support for K-8 and credit recovery for grades 9-12. Extended School Year (ESY) programs will support identified students pre-K through grade 12, along with a new arrivals program designed for language acquisition for our students newly arriving to the country.
Families of children who qualify for the various summer school programs will be notified in the coming weeks and will be able to enroll through PowerSchool.
Summer School K-8
Our Summer School programs for K-8 will take place July 5th through July 28th. SPS educators will engage qualifying K-8 students in summer learning experiences focused on reading and math proficiency, social emotional development, and knowledge in a multitude of academic areas.
While SPS is not offering on-site enrichment programs this year, we will offer transportation from the summer school site to several of our community partners that are offering summer camps. Please look at the community partner section below for more information.
Northeast - students from Northeast, Roxbury and Davenport
- Northeast summer school hours: 8 am - 12 pm
Rogers - students from Rogers, KT Murphy and Toquam
- Rogers summer school hours: 9 am - 1 pm
Stillmeadow - students from Stillmeadow, Hart and Westover
- Stillmeadow summer school hours: 9 am - 1 pm
Strawberry Hill - students from Strawberry Hill, Springdale, Julia Stark and Newfield
- Strawberry Hill summer school hours: 8 am - 12 pm
Middle School site: Rippowam
- Rippowam summer school ours: 9 am - 1 pm
Community Partner local camps information:
While SPS is not offering on-site enrichment programs this year, we will offer transportation from the summer school site to several of our community partners that are offering summer camps. The local camps that we can bus students to after summer school (K-8) is YMCA, Boys & Girls Club (both Yerwood Center for K-3 students and Mary C Rich Center for 4th - 8th students), Stamford Parks & Recreation camp sites (all sites except the Heroy site) and the JCC (providing partial day camps in performing arts and basketball). In addition, summer school academic services can be provided at the following camp sites (pending staffing): ROSCCO and Boys and Girls Club (Yerwood and Mary C Rich sites.)
Summer School 9-12
Summer courses for high school students will take place June 20th through July 28th. Students will have the opportunity to recover credit in previously enrolled courses. This opportunity is available to all qualifying high school students starting with those entering grades 10, up to students attempting to complete grade 12. For many students, this will provide the necessary credits for graduation.
High School site: Westhill High School
- Westhill summer school hours: 8 am - 12 pm
Special Education Extended School Year (ESY) Program
SPS students who qualify for ESY (per PPT recommendation) will attend Summer School in either the 4 week program (July 5th through July 29th) or 6 week program (June 27th through August 5th) (also per PPT recommendation). Students’ eligibility for ESY programming is dependent on PPT recommendation based on the specific ESY eligibility criteria. Any students recommended for ESY programming will receive the IEP recommended special education and related services including but not limited to; paraeducator support, special education transportation, BCBA support, OT, PT, Speech, Social Skills/Counseling, Nursing, TOVI, TOHI etc.
The K-8 newcomer will run from July 5th through July 28th. The program is designed to provide intensive immersion in English language skills (speaking, listening, reading, and writing). Students will learn about American culture, participate in hands on learning activities, and develop more confidence in their English skills.
The high school newcomer summer program will run from June 20th to July 28th. The program is designed to provide intensive immersion in English language skills (speaking, listening, reading, and writing). Students who successfully complete all 6 weeks of the program and complete additional assignments at home can receive 1-2 credits towards high school graduation.