• gisd summer programs

Welcome to Summer Programs at GISD

  • GISD Summer Learning is an opportunity for students to engage in learning experiences that address their personalized needs. GISD acknowledges the challenges that our students and families have faced during the pandemic and we are committed to offering additional learning support through our summer programs.  

    We are proud to offer several options for summer learning and summer programs for GISD students:

    Summer Learning for High School Students

    The focus of summer learning will be to develop a strong foundation for the 22-23 school year or, in the case of seniors, an opportunity to finish credits needed for graduation. 

    Summer Learning: Jumpstart for grades 3-8 (invitation by principal only)

    GISD is excited to bring back JumpStart! This program provides engaging, hands-on, and personalized learning for students currently in grades 3-8.  The goal of JumpStart is to support student summer learning in preparation for a successful 2022-23 school year!  Participation in GISD Summer Learning is by principal invitation only. 


    Session 1: June 13 - June 30
    Session 2: July 11 - July 28
    8:30 am - Noon on Mondays through Thursday


    Cooper Elementary School (for students zoned to Cooper, Ford, Frost, McCoy and Village)
    Purl Elementary School (for students zoned to Carver, Mitchell, Purl, Williams and Wolf Ranch)
    Tippit Middle School 
    East View High School (full day)
    Georgetown High School (full day)

    At-Home Learning Activities 

    We are providing at-home summer learning resources for families to utilize throughout the summer. These activities are a great way to keep your student engaged with school and are completely optional.

    Athletic Summer Camps

    Athletic summer camps are open to any and all middle and high school students enrolled in GISD who wish to sign up.

    Programs hosted by our community partners:

    Cyber camp - hosted at Georgetown High School (CyberPatriots)

    Open to students in any grade level

    City of Georgetown Parks and Recreation programs 

    YMCA Camps

    Summer Meal Information

    Free meals are provided for youth ages 18 and younger during the summer at select campuses.

    Students do not need to provide a GISD ID to participate and meals are provided at no cost. 

    Summer Meals will be offered from May 31 - July 29.

    Breakfast Hours:
    730 am - 9 am

    Lunch Hours:
    11am - 12:30 pm

    Cooper Elementary School
    Purl Elementary School
    Williams Elementary School
    Tippit Middle School
    East View High School

  • Summer Programs: High School
  • Jumpstart: Grades 3-8 (Information Coming Soon!)
  • Fee Payments in Skyward Family Access

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