Summer Enrichment Program
Summer Enrichment Program 2021
Our 2021 American Indian Summer Enrichment Program is around the corner!
The program focuses on enriching culturally embedded lessons through engaging activities for our American Indian students.
Projects include American Indian authentic literacy, crafts, food, tribes' contemporary research, and many more fun activities.
Location: TRAVIS WLA (World Language Academy) – Secondary Building, 525 N. E. 15th Street, Grand Prairie, TX 75050 Phone: (972) 262-2990
Dates: Tuesday, June 1st - Thursday, June 17th, 2021
Time: 8:00 am – 3:20 pm
Breakfast and lunch will be provided at no cost. CDC Guidelines will be in place.
Register through this online REGISTRATION FORM.
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Summer Enrichment Program 2019
Program Focus: Authentic American Indian Literacy (Reading and Writing block), Math, Science, and Crafts
Dates: June 5 - June 13 (Monday - Thursday)
Hours: 8:00 a.m. – 3:20 pm
Location: Travis World Language Academy
Eligibility: Current American Indian students grades Pk-12
Summer Enrichment Program 2018
Summer School Location: Travis World Language Academy
Summer School Address: 525 N.E. 15th Street, Grand Prairie, TX 75050
Date: Tuesday, June 5, 2018 —Thursday, June 14, 2018
Start Time: 8:00 a.m. to 3:20 p.m.
Summer Enrichment Program 2017
Summer School Location: SEGUIN ELEMENTARY
Summer School Address: 1450 S. E. 4th Street, Grand Prairie, TX 75051 Phone: (972) 522-7100401
Dates: Tuesday June 6th - Wednesday June 15nd
Start Time: 8:00 am – 3:20 pm
Students are welcome to attend the academy at no cost, and will be provided with breakfast and lunch.
Summer Enrichment Program 2016
The Program included Math, Reading, and Science skills with a culturally enriched frame, including American Indian literature, crafts, food, tribe research projects, as well as sessions with guest American Indian speakers.
Summer Enrichment Program 2015
The program took place at MILAM OCHOA ELEMENTARY from June 9th to June 24th, 2015. It included Reading, Writing, Math and Science. Original American Indian literature was provided, as well as pretests for Reading and Math, to find out about students' academic needs. Teachers were able to support those areas that students needed clarification or extra practice on, while providing engaging and meaningful learning activities.