(ASES) After School Education & Safety After School ProgramsThe ASES After School Programs offer a complete on-site after-school learning experience and includes the following below:
Registration forms are available in the school offices and in the ASES Programs. 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.
- The ASES Programs are grant-funded and at no cost to families.
- ASES Programs include daily academic support and enrichment opportunities aligned to Common Core State Standards and Expanded Learning Quality Standards.
- A daily meal (Supper), in collaboration with the Fullerton School District, Nutrition Services Department.
- Games, contests, music, theatrical performances, arts, sports, and interests clubs are just a few of the exciting enrichment 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. This also included minimum/early release days.
- 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. Please speak with the Site Lead regarding our Early-Release Policy.
- Please note, in consideration of children’s safety, we will dismiss students who walk home at 4:30 p.m. only when the time changes in the fall until the first week in March. During non-Daylight Saving’s Time, students will be dismissed to walk home at 5:30 pm.
Middle College Program
Middle College is a program offered through the Fullerton School District in collaboration with Fullerton College to provide students with the opportunity to explore different college and career pathways while earning college credit. Students in Grades 7 and 8 can participate in the college level courses after school hours. The courses are one and a half to two hours long and can be two or three days a week depending upon the course.
“College graduates, on average, earned 56% more than high school grads in 2015, according to data compiled by the Economic Policy Institute. That was up from 51% in 1999 and is the largest such gap in EPI's figures dating to 1973.”*
How to Enroll
Enrollment in the program requires mandatory attendance at a Middle College Parent Night. Parent Nights will be held around October/November for Spring Sessions and in April/May for Fall Sessions. Check Peachjar and this website for updated information.
Attend a Middle College Parent Information Night. Sign in.
Pick up an enrollment packet at Middle College Parent Night and complete.
Complete Middle College Parent Agreement and submit to the school office with the enrollment packet.