This year’s four-week, summer program served 120, K-8 students, with nearly full participation from the incoming kindergarten classes. The program offered students the routine of a standard school day while also participating in fun activities like Kung Fu, Maci Lago beauty and self-empowerment, and gardening with Greener Partners.
In addition, CCSA offered the Summer Bridge Program for incoming freshman. The program aimed to provide rising 9th graders with insight and support as they transition to the halls of high school. Led by Kathleen Carpenter, College & Career Readiness Coordinator, and Zanoy Headen, CCSA’s on-campus social worker, the Bridge students visited college campuses, did social-emotional reflective work, and created vision boards to plan their upcoming years as CCSA high schoolers.