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UUSD Offers Several Summer School Programs


The traditional programs run every morning Monday through Friday from June 14 through July 12 from 8:00 a.m. – 12 noon. Lunch and transportation are provided.


At Grace Hudson, the summer school program for elementary school students will focus on reading and mathematics. Katie Sommer, UUSD Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services, said, “Students in grades TK through 5 who need an extra boost over the summer in their reading and math skills, or are migrant students, are invited to attend the program.”

At Pomolita Middle School, summer school will use a Science-Technology-Engineering-Mathematics (STEM) focus to support students in grades 6 and 7 who need additional academic support. Students will work on math skills through engineering and computer coding projects, along with more traditional mathematics instruction. English Language Arts instruction will be supported through reading, writing, and technology projects in English and Social Studies classes.

At Ukiah High, incoming eighth grade students who need academic support can attend the Summer Bridge program. Sommer said, “This program supports students in successfully transitioning to Ukiah High School with the knowledge and skills to become thriving high school students.”

Students in grades 9-12 attending summer school will do so at Pomolita Middle School. They can make up academic credit on campus in English and mathematics classes, as well as online through a program called “Cyber High.” The Special Education summer program will also be housed at Pomolita Middle School. All programs will run from 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon beginning June 14 through July 12.


In August, Ukiah High School will host a Summer Academy for incoming ninth grade students. This two-week program helps orient students to the high school, and build a college-going culture. The program includes field trips to nearby college campuses, and teaches students about academic expectations and pathways that will allow them to successfully apply to colleges. This program runs from August 1 - 11.


The Adelante migrant education program offers math, English and career awareness classes for students in grades 9-12 at Mendocino College from June 12 - July 21, Monday through Thursday, 8:15 a.m. - 2:15 p.m.; it includes lunch. The Mendocino Transit Authority provides free transportation. The program focuses on academic and cultural activities, culminating in a family event.


This summer, UUSD is collaborating with the Pomo Youth College and Career Success project to offer two summer enrichment programs. The Native Summer Enrichment Program for students in grades 8-12 will be held at Mendocino College June 12 - June 30, Monday through Thursday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. A middle school enrichment program will be held July 17 - August 4 at the Ukiah Adult School.

For more information about any UUSD summer program, please contact your child’s school. Contact information is available at