The VISION of the ASES Expanded Learning Program is to authentically support children and youth with skills to be successful contributors to society, build character and empathy, cultivate a sense of belonging and community, and to discover their strengths and passions to become lifelong learners.
The MISSION of the ASES Expanded Learning Program is to provide students with a safe and supportive environment that promotes healthy social-emotional wellness, opportunities for positive youth development, and enriching 21st-century academic experiences. Students will engage in purposeful and meaningful academic enrichment opportunities.
The Fullerton ASES After School Education and Safety Expanded Learning is an After School Program, grant-funded by the CA Department of Education, Expanded Learning Division, and at no cost to families.
- ASES Expanded Learning is offered to students every school day, from school dismissal until 6:00 pm at most school sites.
- Student participation requires regular attendance to maximize learning and support opportunities.
- In addition to the Fullerton School District operating sites, we partner with Community-Based Organizations, such as The City of Fullerton Parks and Recreation and the Boys and Girls Club of Fullerton.
We have ASES Expanded Learning located on the following school campuses: Commonwealth, Ladera Vista, Maple, Nicolas, Orangethorpe, Pacific Drive, Raymond, Richman, Valencia Park, and Woodcrest.
For more information, please call the Child Development Services office at 714-447-7477 or email the ASES Expanded Learning Supervisor, Ronann Reeves