Officials at Waters of Life Public Charter School hope summer classes will help close a difficult chapter for the school.
The public charter school called an early end to its instructional year after last Friday's classes due to a lack of funds. The school's board said it plans to offer a six-week course of summer classes to keep its students in the loop, Principal Daniel Caluya said.
"We will begin summer school in May and use Title I funds for that," he said Sunday. "We'll be able to get our academic rhythm again."