Welcome to the Fullerton School District Site
Welcome to the Fullerton School District Site
District WebMaster
Welcome to the Fullerton School District Site
Welcome to the Fullerton School District Site
District WebMaster
Welcome to the Fullerton School District Site
Welcome to the Fullerton School District Site
District WebMaster

ASES Grant-Funded After School Programs

Fullerton School DistrictAcademic enrichment and recreational events are designed to help students meet local and state academic standards in subjects such as reading and math. In addition, a variety of youth development programs including drug and violence prevention, STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) enrichment,  music, recreation and character education that enhances the academic component. State and Federal Grant Funded Program. Partners with the City of Fullerton and Boys and Girls Club of Fullerton. Locations: Commonwealth, Maple, Orangethorpe, Pacific Drive, Raymond, Richman, Valencia Park and Woodcrest Elementary Schools. Ladera Vista and Nicolas Junior High Schools. 714 447-7477

After School Education and Safety grant through the California Department of Education, Expanded Learning Division fund the After School Programs. These programs offer a complete on site after school learning experience at absolutely no cost and includes assistance with homework, academic environment, enrichment experiences aligned to Common Core State Standards and Expanded Learning Quality Standards, recreation and sports, plus a daily Meal (Supper). Games, contests, music, theatrical performances, art, sports and interests clubs are just a few of the exciting opportunities.

Children’s education and safety are our top priorities and that is why our staff will be on site every school day from the time school lets out until 6:00 pm.

Along with our community partners, the City of Fullerton Parks & Recreation and the Boys & Girls Club of Fullerton, with the Fullerton School District After School Program is dedicated to inspiring children to reach their potential. In order to benefit from our activities, students must attend 5 days a week and remain until 6:00 p.m. An adult or guardian must pick up children no later than 6:00 p.m. (6:10p.m. at Ladera Vista Jr. High).  Please speak with the Site Lead regarding our Early-Release Policy. Please note, in consideration of children’s safety, we will dismiss students that walk home at 4:30 p.m. when the time changes in the fall until the first week in March. During non-Daylight Saving’s Time, students walk home at 5:30pm.

Registration forms are available in the school office. If there is a waiting list, students who register will be placed on the list and called when there is space available. Upon registration parents will receive a parent information sheet that outlines program specifics.

2017-2018 Registration begins Monday, May 1, 2017. Registration Forms will be available in the school office and the After School Program. Registrations Forms will be accepted until programs reach capacity. Once full, a waiting list will start.

Fullerton School District Contacts
School Name Phone
Ladera Vista Ronann Reeves (714) 334-0028
Nicolas Elizabeth Romero (714) 334-4585
Pacific Drive Mayra Zavala (714) 334-0179
Raymond Sandra Mendoza (714) 334-0129
Richman Fabiola Hernandez (714) 357-6892
Woodcrest Jennifer Bradley (714) 357-6893
Valencia Park Desiree Mallay (714) 943-1452


City of Fullerton Contacts
School Name Phone
Maple Rachel Smith (714) 738-3161
Orangethorpe Alex Foy (714) 738-6797


Boys & Girls Club Contacts
School Name Phone
Commonwealth Monica Gutierrez (714) 871-5428
Valencia Park Sofia Piñeda (714) 888-5604


ASES After School Program Support
Support Team Name Phone
Supervisor, Child Development Services Melissa Tovar (714) 447-7477
Director, Child Development Services Marilee Cosgrove (714) 447-2858


For Additional Program Information, please visit:
ASES After School Programs Website

Parent Handbook 2016-2017
(2016-2017 ASES Program Parent Handbook , Manual de Padres del Programa ASES 2016-17)