Monday, July 10 - Thursday, August 3, 2017
Learning Prep School Summer Program/ Extended Year Program (often referred to as E.Y.P.) is a program designed to maintain progress and prevent substantial regression through structured educational and social experiences. The program is modeled after the regular Learning Prep School program but includes activities to provide a “camp-like” feel. The four-week program will run Monday -Thursday from 8:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M. The program is open to any student who is enrolled or accepted for fall placement at Learning Prep School.
Elementary and Middle School (entering grades 3-8)
Program components consist of academic classes, social skills groups, arts/crafts, organizational support, interactive games and structured field trips. The academic areas will include reading, math, writing, and social communication.
High School (entering grades 9-12)
Program components consist of functional academic classes, social and transitional/pre-vocational skills development as well as travel training through local educational trips. The functional academic areas will include reading, math, and writing.
The Summer Program (E.Y.P.) is not approved by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (D.E.S.E.). A school district seeking placement in the LPS Summer Program may submit the Notification of Intent to Seek Approval for Individual Student Program (form 28M/3) to D.E.S.E. Parents may choose to enroll independently.
Please contact Kathy Snow, Summer Program secretary, for enrollment forms at 617-965-0764 x 124 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your child will not be able to enter the summer program without a current physical form and a current medication form (if applicable). If your child arrives on the first day and you have not yet returned these required forms, you will be called to pick up your child. Thank you for your prompt attention to this matter to ensure your child has an enjoyable summer program experience.
"I wanted to thank you for the amazing experience at LPS this summer. Jason absolutely loved his time there. Having done traditional camps in the past we did not know what to expect but we were pleasantly surprised with the mix of creative things to do. The weekly field trips gave him something to look forward to, especially learning to ride the T into the Boston Garden. I believe that was the highlight of camp for him. Jason also enjoyed doing new things like learning to sew. He was very proud of the pillowcase he made. Mixing these fun things in with the life skills math and reading during the day made this camp well worth it. The staff did a great job of keeping the kids interested and excited to come back each day. We look forward to next summer!"