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Learning Recovery Summer Session

Last Updated: 6/8/2021 10:02 PM

The Adelanto Elementary School District is offering a new summer learning and enrichment program: Learning Recovery Summer Session. The summer session will provide an opportunity for your child to learn and have fun. Our highest priority is to provide safe spaces with caring adults, and learning opportunities grounded in student interests that can re-spark their engagement, foster their recovery, and prepare them for returning to in-person learning in the fall.

Summer school generally is offered to a select group of struggling students. The Learning Recovery Summer Session is open to all K-7 students. The instructional program will include English Language Arts (ELA), Math, Social Emotional Learning (SEL), Physical Education and enrichment. Instructional materials for ELA, Math, and SEL will be provided.

Transportation, breakfast and lunch will be available.

An after school program will also be available. AESD is once again partnering with Action Youth America (AYA) formerly known as ICES Education, which will offer a fun and exciting, social emotional, physical enrichment program that will help bridge the social gap.

Registration/Enrollment Form is at the bottom of this page. Scroll Down.



Session 1:  June 7 to July 2 - 8:00 am to 12 noon*

Session 2:  July 6 to July 30 - 8:00 am to 12 noon

* Extended School Year (ESY) Program for special education and related services will be offered during Session I (June 7-July 2)


Students and teachers will be assigned to one group and will stay with that same schedule and group during the Summer Session.

Summer School Groupings 2021


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Student Groups

All students are eligible for summer school, we are encouraging the following students to attend:

English Learners

Foster Youth

Homeless Youth

Special Education


School Sites

Columbia Middle School

Morgan Kincaid Preparatory School

Theodore Vick Elementary School


Extended School Year (ESY) Program will be held at the following schools:

Melva Davis Academy of Excellence

West Creek Elementary School



Bus service will be available. Students will be picked up in the morning and dropped off at the end of the school day. For students attending the after school program, bus service will drop off students at the end of the after school program.


  • You are expected to be at the bus stop no more than 5 minutes prior to bus arrival time.
  • While waiting for the bus, remain off private property.
  • Stand in a straight line quietly until the bus arrives.
  • For the safety of all students, when the bus arrives, do not approach the bus until it has come to a complete stop and the driver opens the door.
  • In the afternoon, you are to exit the bus at your stop and go straight home.

Bus transportation is provided to each student who demonstrates good behavior and who meets the following criteria:

  • Kindergarten thru Third (3rd) Grade: Resides more than 1 1/4 miles from the school of residence.
  • Fourth (4th) Grade thru Eighth (8th) Grade: Resides more than two (2) miles from the school of residence.

Please Note: Eligibility is based on the distance from the home to the school, not the home to the nearest bus stop.


Health and Safety

Parents/Guardians: Please review the Health and Safety Plan. We need your help to maintain a safe environment for all staff and students and their families.

The health and safety of the AESD is of the utmost importance. When the Learning Recovery Summer Session begins, on-campus school will look much different than previous years due to new health and safety measures.  The health and safety plan is based on current guidance from public health officials and state agencies that will likely be updated as the situation evolves. It is important to note District plans must focus sharply on academic instruction to enhance student performance and address learning loss.  At the same time, AESD is committed to maintaining the extracurricular programs, clubs, and athletics which are paramount to the physical, mental, and social well-being of AESD students.

Click Here: AESD Health and Safety Plan for the Learning Recovery Summer Session (English and Spanish)


After School Program

Action Youth America (AYA) coordinates the after school program for the Adelanto Elementary School District.

The after school program will be offered the same days as the Learning Recovery Summer Session:

Morgan Kincaid

  • June 7 to July 2 from 12 noon to 2:00 pm
  • July 6 to July 30 from 12 noon to 2:00 pm

Columbia Middle School & Theodore Vick

  • June 7 to July 2 from 12 noon to 6:00 pm
  • July 6 to July 30 from 12 noon to 6:00 pm

We are pleased to announce the reopening of the After-School in-person program this summer, commencing right after the Learning Recovery Program.

We are beyond excited to be working in-person with your students, after a long 15 months we cannot wait to be part of their amazing transition back to in-person learning.

AYA after-school program will run from 12pm to 2pm. For extended times feel free to give Marian Villalba a call at (760) 907-5552 with your request.

AYA staff will be wearing AYA Staff T-shirts with a colorful AYA logo in the front. Please advise your student(s), to look out for AYA T-shirts and staff holding grade level signs to be signed in and ready to start the fun adventures. Bring plenty of water, however, water will be provided to student(s) who need more or forgot to bring water.

If you have any questions, comments and or concerns, please feel free to give your acting Site Directors a call:

  • Columbia Middle School: Sherita, (760) 419-2355,
  • Morgan Kincaid: Emily, (760) 419-2355,
  • Theodore Vick: Estefani, (760) 419-2507,

We look forward to seeing you and providing an AMAZING and FUN summer!




Session I and Session II - FULL. No seats available.