Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS) will offer multiple opportunities this summer for students to gain supplemental learning through interactive, student-centered activities.
The programs will engage students from Pre-K through 12th grade in meaningful learning experiences to provide them with opportunities to grow academically, socially, emotionally and behaviorally.
JCPS will partner with community organizations including Evolve502 to develop and implement the various camps and experiences. Summer learning options will have a strong emphasis on literacy and numeracy skills, as well as supports for social and emotional health. Programs will also provide a variety of enrichment experiences for students to discover a new interest or talent.
Childcare Enrichment Program
The JCPS/YMCA Childcare Enrichment Program (CEP) offers full-day care during the summer break. For a list of sites available during these times, and the fees for summer care, contact any of the following:
- Tyson Harbin at (502) 485-3834
- YMCA School-Age Child Care Services Branch at (502) 637-1575
- Your CEP site director
JCPS students often take summer classes to catch up, or even to get ahead, in their coursework. For instance, some students go to summer school to earn a physical education (PE) credit because their participation in band or other activities makes it difficult to earn the credit during the regular school year. For more information on summer school, talk to a high school counselor or call (502) 485-3173.