Extended School Year (ESY) PreK-12

  • Extended School Year (ESY) is based on student eligibility and is for students with Individual Education Plans (IEPs). Attendance is determined through the IEP team process. Due to the current 2020 shelter in place guidelines, the Special Education Department is contacting families that qualify for the summer program and is making arrangements. For more information about the program itself, you may contact the Special Education Department.

Summer Learning K-8

  • PUSD is not offering a 2020 Summer Learning program for K-8 students. The Summer Math Institute is being offered in a virtual setting, please see below for more information. For Summer School related questions you may contact Shelley Velasco (Elementary) or Debra Pettric (Junior High).


Summer Math Institute (SMI) 7-8

  • PUSD, in partnership with Los Medanos Community College, offers the Summer Math Institute (SMI) for junior high school students. This program is patterned after the Jose Valdes Math Institute in San Jose. SMI is geared for students entering 7th and 8th grade. In this FREE program, students are given six weeks of focused instruction on specific math concepts varying from basic whole number skills to the skills necessary for success in the first semester of Algebra 1. The students are exposed to math and computer classes to help them in junior high math. Due to the 2020 shelter in place guidelines, the SMI program will be adapted to fit virtual learning.

    For questions or more information about SMI, please contact Phil Lucido

High School Summer Programs

  • 9th Grade Bridge

    PUSD has a summer program to help 8th graders transition into High School. For more information, contact Todd Whitmire.

Credit Recovery/Acceleration

  • Current 8th - 12th Graders

    PUSD is excited to offer a broad range of opportunities for our 9th - 12th graders. For 2020 we will offer credit recovery coursework in a virtual learning enviornment to follow the current shelter in place guidelines. For more information, you may contact Todd Whitmire, Debra Pettric, or Brian Wilson