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DC Public Schools Family Guide for Summer Learning 2023

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Every summer, DCPS provides summer learning opportunities for elementary, middle, and high school students. Students who participate in summer programming have opportunities to form new friendships, strengthen academic skills, and prepare for the year ahead. There is no cost for DCPS students to attend a DCPS summer program. Most will take place on weekdays between July 3 to August 4 for full or half-days, including breakfast and lunch for students. 

To Learn More and Register: https://dcpsstrong.com/summer/

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