Elementary Summer Learning Institute

  • Program Description:

    The AAPS Elementary Summer Learning Institute (SLI) Program provides in-person learning opportunities designed for students in grades K, 1, 2, 3, and 4 and was created to honor and leverage the knowledge, skills, and abilities that all families bring to student learning. Students will experience daily targeted literacy and math instruction and opportunities. The program’s ultimate goal is to engage students in new and exciting ways through hands-on, student-centered approaches that meet the individual needs of all learners. 

    Families are invited to participate in a choice of (1) two week session from: July 5th - July 15th (Session A) OR July 18th - July 29th (Session B). During their two week session, students will be engaged in a targeted high interest curriculum to support their learning.

    Summer Learning Institute (SLI) - Invitation Only

    The AAPS Summer Learning Institute is a two-week session that is available by invitation only. This enriching, in-person program will be offered as a full day opportunity from 8:30am - 2:00pm. Invitations are determined using achievement data and other factors. Families will be contacted by their student’s teacher or building support team member to sign up for the session of their choice.

    Invitation Only Program Details
    Mode of Instruction
    In-Person (King Elementary)

    Program Dates

    SLI Session A: July 5 - July 15*
    SLI Session B: July 18 - July 29

    *9 days due to the 4th of July holiday
    Student Day
    8:30am - 2:00pm
    The 2022 SLI Family Orientation was held on June 29th. Here are the recordings of the Family Orientation in the following languages: 
    Family Orientation- Arabic
    Family Orientation- Spanish
    Family Orientation- Korean


    Please reach out to the principals of the SLI (invitation-only) program. We look forward to hearing from you!

    Valeska Bass and Shevaughn Watson
    Summer Learning Institute (SLI) Principals
    E-mail: aaps_sli@aaps.k12.mi.us

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