Duval County Public Schools Summer Programs
  • 2019 3rd Grade Recovery

    Summer Sites

    Cedar Hills Elementary

    Chaffee Trail Elementary

    Chets Creek Elementary

    Don Brewer Elementary

    G. W. Carver Elemenary

    Long Branch Elementary

    Oceanway Elementary

    Ortega Elementary

    Twin Lakes Academy Elementary

     

     

  • Registration forms should be completed and submitted to your child's home school as soon as possible. 

     

    2019 Session Dates

    Monday, June 17 - July 26, 2019

    (29 Days)

    **No School on Thursday, July 4, 2019 in observance of Indpendence Day.**

     

    2019 Session Time for Students

    8:00 am - 12:00 pm

     

    Transportation

    Bus Routes

    DCPS Transportation Link

    DCPS Website Link

     

     

  • Follow this link to register your child: Grade 3 Reading Recovery Registration

     

    3rd Grade Reading Recovery Program

    Florida law [section 1008.25(5), Florida Statutes (F.S.)] states that third graders who score at Level 1 in reading on the statewide Florida Standards Assessment-English Language Arts (FSA-ELA) must be retained; however, students who demonstrate the required reading level (Level 2 or higher) through a state-approved alternative standardized reading test or through a student portfolio can be granted a good cause exemption and promoted to fourth grade. 
     
    In an effort to ensure that our third grade students have every opportunity to be promoted, the 3rd Grade Recovery program will be offered at schools across the county by feeder patterns to accommodate students across the district.  
     
    Students eligible to attend the 3rd Grade Recovery program will be identified once the FSA-ELA scores are received.  School personnel will then communicate with parents/guardians the requirement for identified students to attend the 3rd Grade Recovery program to be eligible for promotion to 4th grade if one of the requirements listed above (successful completion of student portfolio or a passing score on a state-approved alternative standardized reading test) is met.