OnTrack & WCPS host Summer Learning Loss Prevention Summit for Summer Camps

Summer Learning Loss Prevention Summit - April 6th!!

Dear Education Stakeholders,

You are invited to attend the Summer Learning Loss Prevention Summit hosted by OnTrack Washington County and Washington Co. Public Schools (see attached flyer).  In an effort to combat the “summer learning slide”, OnTrack and WCPS are inviting community stakeholders to:

Meet and collaborate with various local agencies who provide and support summer camp and learning programs in our community

  • Hear best practices from WCPS curriculum and instruction specialists who focus on student learning and achievement
  • Review and understand the negative impacts of summer learning loss and the grade level standards and the curriculum WCPS uses in their own summer programs to prevent it.
  • Review materials, staff training opportunities, and resources WCPS can provide free of charge to support your summer programs
  • Discuss ways we can all work together to create enriching and engaging summer activities that will prevent summer learning loss and help our children be more successful in school.

Our goal is not to change the programs being offered, only to enhance and expand the many great and diverse summer activities offered in our community as a means to combat summer learning loss and help our kids become college and career ready.  Our session will include time at the end for attendees to talk directly to WCPS representatives about their specific programs.  There is no cost for the event and tickets are not required to get in, but we do ask that all attendees register by April 4th so that we can plan accordingly by clicking on the link below:

Register using link below for Summer Learning Loss Summit:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/summer-learning-loss-prevention-summit-tickets-44271148196

Stop Summer Learning Loss Summit Please feel free to share this invitation with other organizations that provide childcare services, or host summer camps for school-aged children.