2022 Summer Programs
Wenatchee School District’s summer programs offer K-12 students free, enriching educational opportunities that extend their learning in a fun and thriving environment. Registration for summer programs beings on April 1. More information and program details can be found below.
Registration for Summer Programs has closed.
Built on a foundation of experiential learning and high levels of engagement the K-5 summer school program will help address learning gaps, provide enrichment experiences, supports health and wellness and create opportunities for children to learn and grow. The summer program is a way to keep younger students connected to learning during the summer in a safe, supportive environment where they can learn, grow and build relationships.
Summer school is free and open to all K-5 students in the Wenatchee School District. Breakfast and lunch and bus transportation will be provided.
Dates and Times:
June 27 - July 28
8 am - 12 pm.
July 4 - NO SCHOOL - Independence Day Observed
Formats: In-Person (Lincoln Elementary and Lewis & Clark Elementary)
Summer School Contact Information:
Lincoln: (509) 663-5710
Contact the Wenatchee School District Special Programs office at (509) 662-9634.
Additional programming may be available through the 21st Century Program for grades 2-5 enrolled at Columbia, Lewis & Clark, Lincoln, Mission View and Newbery. See details below.
Our After School Expanded Learning Programs will offer summer programs for all Wenatchee middle school students that focus on hands-on educational, cultural, enrichment and recreational opportunities. Our goal is to provide a safe, supervised and enriching environment during Out of School Time to increase students’ academic achievement, school and community connectedness, physical activity and social/life skills.
Credit recovery and completion
High School students with incomplete grades and those in need of credit retrieval will benefit from targeted summer learning support to help them get back on track. Qualifying students will be contacted through the Counseling department and other support staff at their school for more information.
After School Summer (ASP) Programs
Elementary After School Programs (ASP)
Summer 2022 Programs
4 weeks of summer activities for ASP members grades 2-5
Week 1: June 14 (11:30 a.m. (following early dismissal on last day of school-5 p.m.) , June 15 & 16: 8 am - 5 p.m.
Week 2: June 20, 21, 22, 23. 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Week 3: June 27, 28, 29, 30. 12 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Week 4: July 5, 6, 7. 12 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Registration in Summer School is recommended but not required for the ASP Summer Program.
Activities are in-person and include field trips. Lunch and snacks provided to all students
ASP students with consistent attendance in After School Programs will receive registration priority. Only 25 students can participate per school!
Summer 2022 Program for Foothills, Orchard and Pioneer students
- 4 weeks of summer activities and field trips
- June 14 - July 7 9-3:00 p.m.
- 25 students per middle school (for Orchard and Pioneer, priority is given to ASP students)
- Lunch and snacks are provided
- Transportation is available
Wenatchee Valley Tech Summer Academy
Explore a variety of career connected learning programs at Wenatchee Valley Tech this summer. Classes will be offered in; Automotive, Collision Repair, Cosmetology, Digital Media Arts, Videogame Programming, Criminal Justice, Fire Science, Culinary and Construction.
There is no charge to attend the WV Tech Summer Academy. Students will need to arrange their own transportation. The Tech center can provide Link Transit bus passes if needed.
Dates: June 14 - July 1
Times 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM, Monday - Friday
Registration: Space is limited. Applications are available on the WV Tech website or by calling WV Tech at (509) 662-8827
Extreme Heat Information
Extreme heat is in the forecast for Wenatchee. We are making safety plans and taking extra precautions to keep everyone safe while attending summer school programs. Please read the following information so you and your student are prepared for a safe and healthy start to summer school.
Summer School Extreme Heat Information for Parents and Families
Questions about Summer Programs?
Special Programs Department