A boost in funding will allow more than 20,000 students to participate in the state's K-3 Plus program this summer.
The initiative adds 25 days to the school year for struggling students at low-performing schools.
This year, the program will be available to fourth and fifth graders statewide.
Classes will focus on literacy, math, art, music and social skills.
The program's expansion is made possible by $28 million in state funding.
The deadline to register your child is May 23.