UOYETAG, Summer Enrichment Program, and Super Summer

See the current FAQ for more about SEP 2016.

School Year Programs

YETAG will not be offering school year programs during winter and spring of 2016.


Summer Programs

Summer Enrichment Program (SEP)

Dear SEP Community,

We are pleased to let you know that the residential Summer Enrichment Program (SEP) for grades 6-12 will be held at the UO this year in collaboration with Oak Hill School. Our partners at Oak Hill have also agreed to run the program independently thereafter.

Complete details will be worked out in the coming weeks, but the University of Oregon College of Education and Oak Hill School will work together to ensure that the quality of this program is maintained following the transition.

The dialogue surrounding this decision has been thought-provoking, respectful, and focused on the future. Our conversations with parents inspired us to look for a way to keep this year’s program on track.

Starting today, we have two goals: Deliver on the promise of another life-changing experience with SEP 2016 (July 17-30), and partner with Oak Hill School on a smooth transition as they assume leadership of the program. We are very grateful for Oak Hill’s partnership and willingness to help create a long-term future for SEP.

We share your desire to see SEP continue and flourish and I look forward to further discussions about this program. I am confident it will continue to be an exceptional summer opportunity. Details about the transition will be posted to uoyetag.uoregon.edu as they become available.

If you have questions, concerns or additional input, please contact Brian Flannery at supers@uoregon.edu.

Respectfully,
Randy Kamphaus
Dean, UO College of Education


Super Summer

As some of you have heard our Super Summer program has found a new home on the campus of Oak Hill School. Super Summer teachers will continue to create extraordinary learning experiences for your curious, motivated and fun-loving children. The Super Summer program, that has served K-5 students for many years, is now sponsored and operated by Oak Hill School.

For additional summer opportunities, visit the resources page.