Summer learning and enrichment is an evidence-based approach to academic growth and social-emotional development and a critical post-pandemic educational strategy. Yet launching or expanding summer programming requires districts to possess certain resources, knowledge, and skills that may be new to them or not fully developed. This 90-minute session will feature a robust conversation with national summer researchers and local practitioners around what it looks like to design, execute, and sustain summer learning and enrichment programming over time. Panelists will lift up lessons that are evidence-based and will discuss how they may be tailored to local contexts. Throughout the session, we will solicit examples of local approaches from participants to build our collective knowledge and stimulate ideas.