2023 Elementary and Secondary Summer School

Summer school in Clovis Unified will continue it its expanded format as the district continues to address the needs of CUSD students and families.  As students have been attending in-person school all year, we won’t be returning students to campus for the first time, but we will still be addressing some learning loss in addition to the usual summer school needs.  “Clovis Unified will do all we can for students who may need some extra help to master standards for their grade level at elementary, and we will provide credit recovery or original credit for students who have impacted schedules,” said CUSD Summer School Coordinator Karen Boone.
Elementary grade levels (TK-6)
The elementary program will run four weeks in length from Monday – Thursday, June 20th – July 13th, except for Tuesday, July 4th.  Each area will operate one elementary site, and some areas will operate two to serve the district’s students.  The summer school programs for elementary and intermediate grades are designed to provide students with targeted, meaningful, and engaging instruction for essential skills in English and/or math. Instruction is focused on meeting the needs of students and providing targeted instruction designed to support student learning.
The Accelerated Learning Academy will be expanded from one site to four sites for English learners who are mastering their English skills.  The program is offered to students who have recently completed grades 1-6. The academy is designed to provide a fun and active learning opportunity that accelerates students’ English language, reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills through flexible and dynamic activities. Student attendance is emphasized throughout the program. Admission is based upon English learner classification and parent consent.
Summer academic programs for students in grades TK - 6 will be held at the following sites: 
  • Fancher Creek
  • Jefferson
  • Lincoln
  • Mountain View
  • Pinedale
  • Tarpey
  • Temperance-Kutner
  • Weldon
  • Clovis Community Day School

Secondary grade levels (7-12)
In-person credit recovery classes will occur from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., June 20th – July 27th.     Recovery summer school will be offered again for intermediate students in both English (AB) and math.     

Independent Study summer school will operate Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 8:00am – 5:00pm., June 13th - July 26th.   and students’ appointments will be scheduled by their independent study summer school teacher.
  • Clovis High School (Clovis High & Clovis East)
  • Clovis North (Buchanan and Clovis North)
  • Clovis West @ Kastner
Due to the highly impacted courses and short duration of the summer session, strict discipline and attendance policies are enforced daily. For a student to receive credit for a summer school course, he or she must attend the entire summer school session and not miss more than one day of instruction. One absence is permitted. On the second absence of a semester class, the student will be dropped from the summer school program. 

The purpose of the summer session for grades 7-12 is two-fold. First, the summer session provides high school students with the opportunity for “credit-recovery” to master the essential elements of incomplete/failed courses. Summer school may also be used as “original credit” for selected courses that provide an open space for an impacted class schedule for students to take an additional class the following school year when students meet specific eligibility criteria. If a student meets the criteria, high school counselors will enroll the student into summer school during the registration process.

To register or receive more information, students must meet with their high school counselors.
Original credit summer school for high school students who will have an impacted schedule in the fall will continue to be available both in-person and through independent study class for those who meet requirements. Counselors can advise which courses will be offered for original credit.
Transportation to summer school sites is available to students. Visit https://www.cusd.com/Transportation.aspx for a list of summer transportation bus schedules available at the end of May.

Campus Catering:

Summer Seamless will offer Breakfast and Lunch at no cost to students (under 18 years of age) each day summer school is in session.

2023 Summer School Directory




7:00am – 5:00pm, Monday - Thursday

Erin Waer, Assistant Superintendent, PLC


Chuck Sandoval, Administrator CI&A, PLC


Karen Boone, Assistant Director, PLC


Leisa Bingham, Administrative Assistant, PLC


Trina Hooke, Administrative Assistant, PLC 



Robyn Snyder, Director Supplemental Services PLC


Michelle Ortega, Financial Analyst


Lisa Vuola, AELA, PLC


Darcy Lopez, Program Support, PLC


Christine Azzarello, HR Analyst


Dana Parker, Substitute Teachers


Lisa Dolan, Teaching Credentials


Diana Rouse, Q


Holly Halvorson, Q


Diane Negrete, Graphic Arts


Maureen Bagdasarian, Campus Catering


Steven Mirelez, Transportation


Kia Yang, Director, Child Development





Clovis Unified School District: Be the best you can be in mind, body, and spirit

Buchanan Area Schools

Buchanan Alta Sierra Cole Century Dry Creek Garfield Tarpey Woods

Clovis High Area Schools

Clovis High Clark Cedar Wood Clovis Elementary Mickey Cox Gettysburg Jefferson Red Bank Sierra Vista Weldon

Clovis West Area Schools

Clovis West Kastner Ft. Washington Liberty Lincoln Maple Creek Nelson Pinedale Valley Oak

Clovis North Area Schools

Clovis North Bud Rank Copper Hills Fugman Mountain View River View

Clovis East Area Schools

Clovis East Boris Fancher Creek Freedom Miramonte Oraze Temperance Kutner Reagan Elementary Young Elementary

Educational Services Area Schools

CART Gateway Clovis Online School Clovis Community Day School Clovis Adult Education Sierra Outdoor