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Summer program overview

The following is the schedule of dates, times and locations for various summer programs offered by the Manchester School District. Please contact your child(ren)'s home school(s) with questions or to get additional information.

**Watch this page for updates**

Elementary
  • Title I Summer Academy Date: July 9 - August 3 Time: Mon-Thu 8:30-11:30 Locations: Bakersville, Beech, Gossler, Hallsville, Jewett, McDonough, Northwest, Parker Varney, Weston, Wilson (Note: Wilson grades 2-5 times are 8:30-1:00)
  • Green Acres Camp Cricket Date: July 9 - August 3 Time: TBD
  • Gossler Park YMCA Summer Camp Date: July 2 - TBD Time: Mon-Fri 8:30-2:00 Summer Science Camp Date: July 9 - July 27 Time: Mon-Fri 8:30-11:30
    Middle School
  • Power Scholars Date: July 5 - August 17 Location: Parkside Time: Mon-Fri 8:00-2:00 High School
  • Credit Recovery Central Date: July 9 - July 17 and August 6 - August 23 Time: Mon-Thu 8:00-10:00 & 10:00-12:00 Memorial Date: August 1 - August 31 Time: Mon-Fri 8:00-10:00 & 10:00-12:00 MST Date: TBD Time: Mon-Thu 8:30-11:00 West Date: July 5 - August 2 Time: Mon-Thu 9:00-11:00 & 11:00-1:00 21st Century Date: July 9 - August 3 Time: Mon-Fri 8:00-2:00 Locations: Elementary - Bakersville, Beech, Northwest Middle - McLaughlin English Learner Summer School Date: July 9 - August 2 Time: Mon-Thu 8:30-12:00 Location: Beech
  • Special Education Date: Monday, July 9 - Thursday, August 9 Preschool Location: Jewett Time: Mon-Thu 9:00-11:30 Elementary (K-5) Location: Green Acres Time: Mon-Thu 8:30-12:00 Middle/High Location: McLaughlin Time: Mon-Thu 7:45-11:15

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