Providence YMCA Youth Services
July 13-Aug. 21
In person and online options for rising kindergartners to 5th graders
Online programming for rising 6th -12th graders
For more information, visit https://www.ymcagreaterprovidence.org/
Providence YMCA Youth Services is offering several options for safe, high-quality summer enrichment programming. Families of elementary level students will be able to choose between a full day, in-person camp and a virtual program. Middle and high school students will have primarily have virtual options, including exciting career-readiness programs for older youth.
Boys & Girls Club of Providence
In-person programming for rising 1st-6th graders
July 6-Aug. 14
For more information, visit https://bgcprov.org/.
This full-day holistic learning experience, designed to help youth increase literacy and math skills, combines academics, enrichment, social-emotional skill development and community engagement.
Generation Teach Virtual Academy
Online programming for rising 6th, 7th and 8th graders
June 29-Aug. 7
For more information, visit www.Gtvirtual.org.
Based on the award-winning Generation Teach STEAM Academy, the Generation Teach Virtual Academy is a dynamic and engaging where student learn, debate and grow together in small classes with caring teachers. Students will participate in engaging, interactive math, reading, and law classes that culminate in final projects.
RIC-MPHS Partnership Summer Learning Program: Empowering Student Voices
Online programming for rising 9th graders
July 13-Aug. 21
For more information, contact Erin Papa at email@example.com
The Rhode Island College and Mount Pleasant High School partnership program will encourage new Mount Pleasant students to strengthen their academics by exploring family and community stories. Students will build relationships with college and high school mentors and teachers and develop a vision for the future with positive and encouraging support.
Social Studies HW Policy:
Reg. Ed: Gold House - Weekly Homework, assigned Tuesday and collected Friday.
Maroon House - Monday through Thursday (including take home projects and daily practice)
Reg Ed. (Maroon and Gold) 2x per week, Mondays and Wednesdays
Reg Ed. (Gold House) Reading Comprehension Packet handed out Monday and collected Fridays
Reg Ed.(Maroon House) Packet handed out Tuesdays and collected on Friday
ELL 6th, 7th, 8th (Ms. Mack's Classes) - Monday through Thursday - comprehension questions, study notes and review questions
The ELA homework policy is as follows:
All CORE ELA classes require 30 minutes of independent reading per school night (Sunday-Thursday) with a reading log to be handed in on Friday. ****EVERY STUDENT IN THE SCHOOL TAKES CORE ELA so every student should be reading for 30 minutes each night.
ELA LAB and ELA ENRICHMENT classes have assignments at the discretion of the teacher.
Math Department-Policy For all grades:
Core math homework 2-4 time/week about 15-20 min average time.
Rare to have homework on Friday however, homework before a test is to study.
No homework on a test day.
Math Lab- No offcial homework, but students can login and do at home as needed for reinforcement.
Science Homework Policy:
30 minutes assigned every week, Monday or Tuesday, due on Friday.
Additionally, if work is not finished in class, it will become homework.