The 2017 Summer Algebra Institute at New Dawn Vallejo is on it’s way!
Monday, June 26th – Friday, July 21st (Except July 3rd & 4th) 8am-3pm
The 2017 Summer Algebra Institute is on the way! Interested families should use the link below to register for a Parent Informational Meeting/Student Pre-Test on Saturday, March 18, 2017 at 10am (sharp)! Please report to the Franklin Middle School Computer Lab (rooms 45 and 46).
Click HERE to register now!
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Minister Briggs: firstname.lastname@example.org or (707) 648-2005, ext. 2.
This summer we are proud to offer the California State University (CSU) Summer Algebra Institute offered by New Dawn Vallejo Community Development Corporation (NDVCDC) at Franklin Middle School (FMS). The CSU, NDVCDC, and the Vallejo City Unified School District (VCUSD) will sponsor this exciting program! We will offer this intensive academic program to repeating 6th-grade and incoming 6th-9th grade students. The goal of this summer program is to help prepare students for high school mathematics and college requirements in mathematics.
The CSU Summer Algebra Institute at NDVCDC/FMS prepares students for success in college while providing them the opportunity to share in the African American community’s tradition of excellence and accomplishment.
Summer Algebra Institute is a free four-week, intense, fun five hours a day/five days a week course that is designed to improve students’ math skills in the critical subject of Algebra. The courses are taught in small classes by a certified math instructor and supported by online instruction. The staff is chosen to reflect the needs of students and the unique resources of the African-American community. Every student in the Summer Algebra Institute takes a challenging algebra course that prepares him/her for the 2017-2018 academic year. This program also provides individual tutoring and pre-college advising to all participants.
Summer Math Academy is designed for Middle School and High School students who are having difficulties in math or are preparing to take Algebra courses in Fall 2017.
This challenging academic experience provides students with a repertoire of skills that allows them to pursue college majors requiring mathematics.