Before and After School

Kindergarten-8th grade

Before and After School Programs operate at Cutler Elementary, Golden Valley Elementary, Palm Elementary, and El Monte Middle Schools. These programs are funded by an After School Education and Safety (ASES) Grant from the California Department of Education.

The before and after school programs begin the first day of school and operate every school day.
 
The before school program starts at 6:30 a.m., except for late start Wednesdays, which start at 7:00 a.m. The after school program starts immediately after school and goes until 6:00. Space is limited to approximately 100 students per school in the after school program, and all students are expected to attend the entire program every day they attend school.

The program staff at each school site includes teachers from the school site as well as paraprofessional staff, who meet all the requirements for instructional aides within the school district. Daily program components include homework help, a nutritious snack, and academic, enrichment, and physical activities. Regular bus riders are eligible to ride the bus home from the after school program; other students walk or are picked up by a family member.  
The links below provide information about the ASES program, sample schedules, and our recently revised attendance policy.   

High School

After School Programs operate at Orosi High School and Lovell. These programs are funded by a federal After School Safety and Enrichment for Teens (ASSETs) grant from the California Department of Education.

The after school programs begin the first day of school and operate every school day.  The program provides activities from immediately after school through 6 pm.  Space is not limited, and students may choose the activities best suited to their interests and academic needs.  Programs are also available during winter, spring, and summer vacations.

Program staff includes teachers and paraprofessional staff, who meet all the requirements for instructional aides within the school district.  Program components include homework help, a nutritious snack, and a variety of academic, enrichment, and physical activities, such as:
 
  • Credit Recovery
  • Homework Help
  • Tutoring/Intervention
  • Robotics
  • Art
  • Weight Training
  • Off-season sports training
  • Mentoring
  • Leadership
  • Step Up Youth Center (open till 7 pm, M-F, on the Orosi High School Campus)
Full copies of our 2014-2015 ASSETs evaluation report are available to the public upon request. Please contact our office at 528-6949. Click the link to view a summary:
Click link for more ASSETs information from the California Department of Education: