Summer Programs 2023 July 5 - August 4, 2023
The criteria used for attendance in mandatory summer school includes standardized test scores, district benchmark assessments, classroom performance, and attendance. The extra instruction that your child will receive during the summer will help to fill the academic gaps, reinforce skills mastered, and better prepare him/her for the next school year.
Attendance will be taken daily. Parents of elementary students who have an unexcused absence will be contacted via phone. After the third unexcused absence, students will be dismissed from Summer Plus. Students who do not attend within the first three days of the program may lose their seat.
- Students enrolled in the Accelerated Program are required to be in attendance every day.
Students who are enrolled in NBOE during the 2022-2023 school year are eligible to enroll in summer school throughout the application period. Students who are residents of Newark but were not enrolled in a public school are also eligible to enroll in summer programs via the application on a space-available basis.
Students who are not residents of the City of Newark may not attend NBOE summer programs.
Non-NBOE students will be asked to provide proof of residency. Examples of proof of residency include (family must provide two from the following list): Voter registration card, deed or mortgage statement, recent property tax bills (last 6-months), utility bills (water, gas or electric), driver’s license, federal, state or county issued identification (containing a home address), financial account information (containing home address), employment documents and/or benefit statement containing home address.