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Summer Programs

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Looking for summer opportunities for your student?  Below are programs that are available from our district and with agencies that we partner with, as well as programs available to all students offered by community agencies.  All community program resources are not affiliated with Twin Rivers School District so please be sure to do your research and check programs out.

District Program for 7th Graders

7th GRADE SUMMER PROGRAM AROUND THE WORLD
This summer we are "traveling" around the world! Each week participants will learn about the rich culture, traditions and history of a fascinating country. Students will have the opportunity to participate in the most popular sports and dances from five different countries. It all leads up to a summer culminating event featuring students performances and a STEM showcase highlighting student architectural and fashion designs from around the world. 
  • Daily offerings:
    • Hands-on fun STEM & art activities, sports and more!
    • Free breakfast & lunch
    • Transportation from school-to-school
    • Before & after care 
    • Students may also be eligible to receive small group based instruction. Priority will be given to students with the highest academic need and is subject to teacher availability.
  • Program Dates & Times:
    • June 13- July 14 (closed on 6/20 & 7/4)
    • Monday - Thursday (8:30 AM - 2:30 PM)
    • Before school hours ( 7:00 AM - 8:30 AM)
    • After school hours (2:30- 4:00 PM)
  • Grades: 
    • Open to current 7th graders enrolled & attending a TRUSD site

  • Transportation:
    • Limited school to school transportation is available
    • Bus schedules will be posted once available
 
Click HERE to fill out the interest form

8th Graders

8th GRADE BRIDGE PROGRAM
 
This program is designed to help incoming 9th graders make a smooth and successful transtition from middle school to high school. The three-week program will allow participants to get familiar with their new campus & navigate the many resources available to them while meeting  new friends. The Brigde Program will also offer the opportunity for them to get ahead earning elective credits.
  • Daily offerings:
    • Free breakfast & lunch
    • Transportation from school-to-school
    • Mentorship
  • Program Dates & Times:
    • June 13- June 30 (No school June 20th)
    • Monday - Thursday (9:15 AM - 2:30 PM)
  • Grades:
    • Open to current 8th graders currently enrolled & attending a TRUSD site

  • Transportation:

    • Limited school to school transportation is available
    • Bus schedules will be posted once available
 Click HERE to fill out an interest form
 

Community Partner Programs

UC DAVIS 
 
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For Students going in to the 9th grade for the 2022-2023 School year who would like to get a head start or just make sure they have all the math skills they need.  The program is 4 weeks long from June 27th-July 28th, Monday through Thursday from9:15-2:30.  This will include two field trips to different college with transportation, breakfast & lunch provided.
 
Click HERE to fill out the registration form!
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SCOE (Sacramento County Office of Education)
 
2022 Summer of CTE Camps. All programs this year are geared towards middle school students entering grades 6-8 in fall 2022.
 
MONEY CAMP-During this fun and hands-on one-week camp, students will learn how to increase their own value and learn powerful and practical ways to gain skills and the keys to unlocking their leadership talent. Camp instructors are from Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA).
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July 18-22, 2022
8:30 am - 1:30 pm
Palmiter Jr./Sr. High School:
2040 Ethan Way, Sacramento 95825
 
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IMAGINE CAMP-At Imagine Camp students will learn how entrepreneurs turn ideas into innovations and how opportunities can evolve into enterprises that change the world. Camp instructors are from DECA Emerging Leaders & Entrepreneurs
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July 25-29, 2022
8:30 am - 1:30 pm
Palmiter Jr./Sr. High School:
2040 Ethan Way, Sacramento 95825
 
Click HERE to enroll!

Around the Community

BOYS & GIRLS CLUB SUMMER CAMP
 
Grades served: K-8
Dates: June 13 - July 15
Times: Monday - Friday (7:30 am to 5:30 pm)
Location: Raley Teen Center (1117 G Street, Sacramento, CA 95814)
Phone number: 916-442-2582
Cost: Free
 
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Click HERE to register
 
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RFDC'S FREEDOM SCHOOLS 
 
Grades served: K-8
Dates: June 13- July 22
Times: Monday- Thursday (7:30 am to 3:00 pm)
Location: Martin Luther King Jr. Tech Academy
Phone number: 916-646-6631
Cost: Free
 
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HYPU'S HOPE CENTER SUMMER CAMP
 
Grades served: K-12
Dates: June 13- July 21, 2022
Times: 9:00 am to 2:00 pm
Location: Norwood JHS  (4601 Norwood Avenue, Sacramento, CA 95838)
Phone number: 916-516-0405
Cost: Free
 
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Click HERE to register!

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