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Lancaster County School District. Summer Reading Camp – 2014 Proviso 1.84. Purpose of Summer Reading Camp. The General Assembly has directed Districts and the State Department of Education to provide summer reading camps for students who are substantially not demonstrating reading

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lancaster county school district

Lancaster County School District

Summer Reading Camp – 2014

Proviso 1.84

purpose of summer reading camp
Purpose of Summer Reading Camp

The General Assembly has directed Districts and

the State Department of Education to provide

summer reading camps for students who are

substantially not demonstrating reading

proficiency at the end of the third grade.


Funding is based on the prior year’s number of

students scoring Not Met 1 on third grade

PASS English Language Arts (reading and research).

There were 28 LCSD students who qualified last year.

The SDE provided funding for 28 LCSD students

@ $605 per student for a total of $16,940. This would

allow for two summer classes.

funding and sites
Funding and Sites

Alternative funding was sought out through 21st

Century and Title I.

We were able to add six classes to meet the needs of

more students not reading on grade level.

The camp had to be housed at an elementary

schools that was a summer feeding site.

brooklyn springs elementary and clinton elementary
Brooklyn Springs Elementary and Clinton Elementary
  • Rising 3rd grade class - Title I
  • Site Coordinator/Nurse - 21st Century
  • Rising 4th grade class - 21st Century
  • Rising 5th grade class - 21st Century
  • Rising 4th grade class – Summer Reading Camp

Providing reading intervention to 75-80 total students.

  • Intensive reading intervention
  • Encourage the love of reading by providing students with many high interest reading books
  • Progress monitor students’ reading growth
  • Actively involve parents; communicate regularly
  • Provide literacy based thematic units to address science or social studies standards
  • Establish partnerships with community and faith-based organizations
summer reading camp
Summer Reading Camp

Community Partners

  • Clinton - Pleasant Ridge Presbyterian Church
  • Brooklyn Springs - Emmanuel Baptist Church
  • Both Schools - Adult Education
  • The Chamber of Commerce has asked for information about the camps to determine participation.
a typical student day at camp
A Typical Student Day at Camp

Daily Schedule

7:00am Students arrive

7:00am-7:30am Breakfast

7:30am-10:30am Reading instruction

10:30am-11:30am Lunch and Activity Time

11:30am-1:00pmReading instruction

1:00pm Camp dismissed

instructional schedule
Instructional Schedule

45 minutes

Shared Reading, Read Aloud, Independent Reading

1 hour and 15 minutes

Writing Workshop

1 hour and 15 minutes

Science and/or social studies units based on upcoming grade level standards

1 hour and 15 minutes

Reading Workshop

summer calendar
Summer Calendar

Camps must last 6-8 weeks for 4-5 days weekly

to provide intensive reading intervention.

Summer Reading Camp

June 9-26, July 7-31, August 4, 5

Adult Education

June 9-26, July 7-24

research basis for summer reading camps
Research Basis for Summer Reading Camps

Research indicates that summer reading loss

accounts for at least 80 percent of the reading

achievement gap by 9th grade (Allington and McGill