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The summer session of Sand Hill School is designed to provide a new school experience for children who have completed grades 2-5 (ages 8–11 years) who have had a rocky school year due to struggles with reading, writing, spelling and/or mathematics. At Sand Hill Summer kids with dyslexia, LBLD or specific learning disability experience success in a skill-building program that balances fun activities utilizing students’ own interests and talents with evidence-based support in the areas of their academic challenges.
The day begins at 8:30 am with a mindfulness warm up exercise together as a community. After, students in small groups will rotate through three class-type activity periods, including:
Kendra Fraka, LCSW – Summer Program Director
Julia Rodriguez – Admissions Coordinator and Office Manager
Plus additional SHS teachers and staff experienced in working with students who have learning differences
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Half Day Program | $2100
Financial assistance is available.
CHC and all its programs and divisions continue to abide by Santa Clara County Dept. of Public Health COVID-19 health and safety protocols. At times they differ a bit from California state mandates, but we will continue to follow SCCoDPH guidelines. Currently that means masks are required of all persons, staff and students when indoors.