Summer Learning


Samantha Garcia
Manager of Enrichment & Extended Learning
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Extended Year Services for Eligible Students

Your child is eligible for this program if indicated in their IEP. Program information, registration & brochure.

Summer Learning

Please note:

  • All participating students will be provided with breakfast and lunch.

  • Transportation will be provided for Elementary and Middle School students only.  Transportation is not available for High School Summer School

Our Summer Programs

Our Summer Program Brochure provides details for the wide range of summer programs available to HPS students.

Registration is open and will remain open until programs are filled.

Holyoke High School Summer School Registration
Families are encouraged to enroll their children as soon as possible since space is limited.

Students who need transportation must enroll before June 20 to ensure buses will be routed in time for the start of the program.

HPS Summer Learning Academies program listings 

The Elementary  Summer Learning Academies program is offered July 10-August 3, Mondays-Thursdays. 

  • Lower Elementary: 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. at Kelly School for all rising K-3 students (including Dual-Language)

  • Upper Elementary: 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. at Morgan School for all rising grade 4-5 students (including Dual-Language)

The Middle School Generation Teach Program is offered Monday-Friday from June 28 through August 4.

  • Generation Teach program: 9 a.m.-3:50 p.m. Holyoke STEM Academy for rising grade 6-8 students. 

The High School Summer Program is offered Monday-Thursday from July 10 through August 3.

  • Holyoke High School Summer School: 9 a.m.-12:05 p.m. for High School North and Dean students in grades 9-12 only.

Looking for ways to keep your student engaged this summer? 

Here are some suggestions for you to consider.

Reading Resources

Math Resources

*Your child may already be using one of these in school. If so, we suggest that they continue to use that program.

Math Recovery Resources and Resources for Parents Community Resource Hub – examples of games and activities that parents/guardians can engage in with their children

Common board/dice games that incorporate math: Rummikub, Yahtzee, Sequence Numbers, Rack-O, Tenzi, Phase 10, Monopoly, Quirkle, Prime Climb, Set, Tsuro, Dara, Suspend, Money Bags, Farkle, Blokus, and… more! Many of these games can be played online for free, and they can also be purchased from local stores such as Barnes & Noble or Target.