What is the After School Education and Safety (ASES) Program?
California’s After School Education and Safety (ASES) grant provides funding for literacy and academic enrichment in a safe environment to eligible students. Students receive help with homework, supper and a nutritious snack, and enrichment activities such as PE, dance, art, crafts, and computer skills. For the 2017-18 school year, the District has partnered with Bay Area Community Resources (BACR) to provide the services. The ASES Program is an extension of the regular school day, and students are expected to follow the school rules for attendance, dress, and behavior.
Which schools offer the ASES Program?
Belshaw Elementary School
Fremont Elementary School
Kimball Elementary School
Marsh Elementary School
Mission Elementary School
Turner Elementary School
Antioch Middle School
Park Middle School
When is the program offered?
The program operates every school day, beginning immediately following the regular school day until 6:00 PM. The program is closed on non-school days.
Who is eligible?
Due to limited funding, priority admission is given to students attending the schools listed above, in grades 2 - 8, who score Far Below Basic or Below Basic in English/Language Arts and/or Mathematics. Foster youths, homeless youths, and youths who are English Learners also receive priority consideration. Other students will be admitted to the program on a space-available basis.
Where can I sign up?
BACR staff will be at the schools listed above on the first three days of school to answer your questions and accept registration forms. After the first three days, forms will be available in the school office.