All children age 18 and younger may participate in the free summer meal program through Bend-La Pine Schools. Parents are encouraged to attend with their children and can purchase a meal for $4. Those planning to bring a large group should contact 541-355-3740.
For details on locations, times and menus visit our School Meals page.
Regular practice over the summer with problem solving, computation and math facts will maintain and strengthen the gains made over the school year. While working with your child, ask questions like how the solution was found and why a particular strategy was chosen.
Math calendars are perfect for families to post on refrigerators where students can practice a problem every day. Print out the calendar corresponding to the grade your student will enter in the fall.
Children who don't read over the summer vacation risk losing more than two months of reading achievement by fall and can be two years behind their peers by the end of sixth grade.
How to avoid Summer Reading Loss:
Bend-La Pine Schools District Librarian Christie Boen offers a few tips and recommendations for reading this summer. She also loves summer read lists. Here are some of her top picks for this summer.
Bend-La Pine Schools is active on social media throughout the summer. We will share tips, ideas and resources. Follow along at #BLSsummer on:
Students can earn high school credit while working from home and receiving help from a teacher/mentor through Bend-La Pine Online.
Learn more at the Bend-La Pine Schools Online website.
Contact: 541-355-1041 or via email