Limited staffing means Danbury Public School's summer program will be scaled back to pre-pandemic age groups. Summer school will be offered to kindergarten through third grade students. During the pandemic, fourth and fifth graders could also take part. It will be a two week session, instead of 4 weeks. The special education department though will continue to offer its traditional five-week summer school program. Superintendent Kevin Walston says the staff is exhausted and not many signed up to teach summer school after an an uptick in behavioral problems, among other challenges.