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Bridges4Kids LogoGrand Rapids Academic Summer Program (for all Michigan kids!)
GRASP, January 2004; updated
February 2009

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GRASP Grade 1The GRASP program is a nine week correspondence summer program written by Grand Rapids Public Schools staff in math and reading. It is designed for children who have completed grades K-8. Children receive a packet of materials for the nine weeks of summer, and mail in a lesson a week. The lessons are scored, results recorded, and lessons returned to the children.

 

Children successfully completing (70% accuracy) at least seven lessons are awarded a certificate, and those successfully completing all nine lessons receive a medal.

There are over 15,000 students enrolled annually in the GRASP program. These students are from many different districts in Michigan. Also, many students from other states are also involved in GRASP.

 

For more information or to enroll your child in the GRASP program, call (616) 819-2548 or visit http://www.grpublicschools.org/grasp.

 

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