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Applications Are Closed for the 2023 Summer School
Boys & Girls Grades Kindergarten Thru 8th
Summer School is scheduled to run from June 5th to July 21st, with no instruction on June 19th, July 3rd and 4th
Students are enrolled when staff receives all proper documentation. If there are any questions regarding an application, Summer Staff will reach out for clarification. Otherwise, you can assume that your student is enrolled as long as info is received prior to the deadline.
Paper applications will be available for pick up beginning April at Guadalupe Centers Youth Recreation building located at 2641 Belleview, KCMO. We do, however, encourage parents to enroll via online link for fastest processing.
The program is open to any students who reside within the boundaries of the KCMO School District. Parents must be able to show proof of address and make copies available upon request.
The community portion of Summer School will only be offered at the Westside site this year. Villa will not accept any students from outside the district.
Please email any questions to email@example.com
Check our social media and website often for updates and information regarding parent meetings and handbook distribution.
More About Guadalupe Centers Summer Program
Theme: Cultural Journeys
During Guadalupe Centers Summer school students study several different locales; First grade will focus on their hometown, its history and professions while grades 2 through 8 will explore cultures around the world as they embark on a cultural journeys voyage. Program tourist will travel the globe from Egypt to Rome, Greece to Africa, and down through Latin America. While journaling their adventures, students will be immersed in rich literature and fluency practice.
Math focus during the summer aims to prepare students for their upcoming grade level by practicing daily the foundational skills needed to understand new concepts they will be introduced to upon returning to regular school.
There are also new and exciting opportunities for enrichment. Students will explore science, complete hands on experiment’s, create cultural art, be active in physical education, enjoy music, participate in cultural diverse book clubs, write poetry, journal, learn to play classic board games, and participate in dance classes.
The Summer program runs annually for 7 to 8 weeks, from 7:30am until 6:00pm at both Westside and Villa Guadalupe locations. The program is free of charge and accepts students who reside within the Missouri boundaries of the Kansas City Missouri school district. All morning instructions is taught by certified teachers and afternoon activities are planned and facilitated by experienced youth workers. There are exciting weekly field trips organized for participants and even a $100 cash stipend for those who qualify.