Summer Programs

2019 Summer Program dates: June 24 - July 19

To apply for our Summer programs:

1.  CLICK HERE and select Log in to start next to Summer Term 2019 Application.

2.  On the login page, click New user registration.

3. Fill out the new user registration and click Submit.

4. Fill out and submit the Summer Term 2019 Application.

There is a $75 application fee.

For more information, please contact us at admissions@rawsonsaunders.org or call 512-476-8382.

 

For Returning Summer Term parents—CLICK HERE and use your logins from the previous year to complete the Summer Term 2019 Enrollment - Returning Students form.

For Current Rawson Saunders parents—CLICK HERE and use your Family Portal login to complete the Summer Term 2019 Enrollment - Returning Students form. If you have trouble with this step, send Claire Broadway an email.

Jumpstart

For students entering 1st grade

$1850
June 24 – July 19, 2019
8:30 AM – 11:30 AM

No aftercare for Jumpstart.

Jumpstart helps students entering first grade to strengthen their emerging language arts and math skills while developing independence. Students participate in small group, hands-on activities in math, reading, spelling, handwriting, and oral expression. Facilitated by Rawson Saunders’ specially trained faculty members, the program is adapted to meet the needs of the students enrolled.
 

 

Summer Term

For students entering grades 2-7

$2995
June 24 – July 19, 2019
8:30 AM – 2:30 PM

Summer Term aftercare is available until 4:00 PM for $250 for the entire term or $15 day for drop-in. 

Our Summer Term multisensory learning experience helps students in grades 2-7 strengthen their reading, writing, and math skills while having fun. Guided by specially trained staff, Summer Term students re-engage as learners in small group, hands-on lessons and activities in math, Academic Language Therapy, written expression, science, engineering, art, organized games/movement, and creative problem solving. Summer Term curriculum is adapted to meet the needs of each student to ensure that each child experiences school success.