Expanded Learning Summer Program a success at Abraham Lincoln Elementary

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In June, the Rancho Cordova City Council approved critical funding to help our Expanded Learning Summer Program (ELSP) at Abraham Lincoln Elementary School. 

“We are pleased that the Expanded Learning Summer Program at Abraham Lincoln Elementary School, funded by a $32,000 Community Enhancement Fund grant, was such a success. Education is a top priority in Rancho Cordova, and we are always looking for ways to fund enhanced educational opportunities for our students,” said Mayor Robert J. McGarvey. 

“The ELSP classes are a critical intervention for students that were not performing at grade level. Thanks to the City, this summer’s session provided five classes for six weeks. We want to thank the City for making this possible, and going above-and-beyond to make our students feel like scholars,” said Board Member Christina Pritchett

On the last week of our summer school program, the City team and K9 Officer Zoe met students and heard about their favorite summer school learning activities. 

The ELSP classes are designed to help elementary students who are not meeting grade-level standards, get closer to grade-level readiness through free summer classes. 

The focus was on reading and math. Students attended classes Monday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.                     

Sacramento City Unified School District thanks to the City of Rancho Cordova for making the ELSP possible for our students at Abraham Lincoln Elementary School. Thank you!