2021 Summer School Program
The purpose of Summer Programming is to provide support for parents and caregivers by offering services in daily living, social skills and opportunities for summer recreation to individuals with developmental disabilities. Classes are offered in La Crosse from mid-June to mid-August, and are available to K-12 students and students ages 5-21. The program runs from 9:00-3:00 Monday-Friday. If you have any questions, please contact Breta Lee at 608.519.8032 or Alli Low at 608-780-0214.
Students attend a variety of weekly outings at libraries, pools, parks and movie theaters. These outings have included the Norskedalen Nature Center, Clearwater Farm, The International Owl Center, N.A.S.A Pontoon Boat Ride, La Crosse County Fair, Myrick Park and Marcus Summer Movies Series. Due to COVID-19, we have not taken students out into the community with the exception of Clearwater Farm since it is outdoor and students and staff are able to social distance with use of masks. As students and staff are vaccinated and the community establishments and activities are more available, we will slowly add these opportunities safely into programming.
Private pay is accepted at any time. Public enrollment must be approved for services by the school district or county funding human services department. Please contact your child’s teacher, case manager or social worker to get started. Please include a copy of the students IEP or contact Breta Lee at 608.519.8032 or 608.403.7274 for a registration form. The referral form can be found below.