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Course Requests Process

Follow these steps to request courses for your current K - 7th grade student:

February 2024

  1. A message will be shared via ParentSquare with the following information, which you will need to complete the Google Form:

    • Your student's 6-digit Aeries ID

    • A hyperlink to your designated summer school site
      • Baywood Elementary is hosting Baywood, Monarch Grove, and Del Mar elementary school students, grades 1 - 4
      • C L Smith Elementary is hosting CL Smith, Los Ranchos, and Pacheco* elementary schools, grades 1 - 4
      • Bishop's Peak Elementary is hosting Bishop's Peak, Hawthorne, and Sinsheimer elementary schools, grades 1 - 4
      • San Luis Obispo High School is hosting all city* elementary schools, grades 5 - 8**
      • Morro Bay High School is hosting all coast* elementary schools grades 5 - 8**
  2. Look over our offerings for electives for this summer with your child.  (See Course Offerings for Grades 1-4 and Grades 5-8). Have your preferred classes ranked so that you can indicate what you would like to learn about this summer.
  3. Complete the Google Form by March 4, 2024. 

April 2024  

We will send you the schedule that we are able to provide for your child. At this time you will be able to opt in, and officially be enrolled for Summer Experience 2024!

* Note about Pacheco students:  Pacheco students who live on the coast and need district transportation will attend Summer Experience at Baywood Elementary (1st - 4th grade) or Morro Bay High (5th - 8th grade).

**Note about 5th - 8th grade students: Through voter approved Measure D, our high school campuses now have amazing facilities we want our younger students to enjoy (e.g., swimming pool, theater). Campus supervision will be provided and interaction between 5-8 and 9-12 students will be limited by their daily schedule and location on campus.

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