San Leandro

Unified School District

SAN LEANDRO USD

835 E. 14th Street, Suite 200
San Leandro, CA 94577
Phone: 510-667-3500
Fax: 510-667-6234
Email: communications@slusd.us

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After School Education & Safety Program (ASES) Expanded Learning Opportunities Program ELOP

The SLUSD After School Education & Safety Program (ASES) provides a structured tutorial and enrichment programming for school-age children at many of San Leandro Unified School District school sites. The ASES program is designed to provide safe and educationally enriching alternatives for students during non-school hours. ASES is a partnership among school staff, parents, legal guardians, students, and community members. San Leandro Unified partners with The Boys & Girls Clubs of San Leandro to provide ASES before and after school programming at the following school sites:

  • Garfield
  • Jefferson
  • McKinley
  • Monroe
  • Washington
  • Wilson
  • Bancroft Middle School
  • John Muir Middle School

The ASES before/after school programs are staffed by qualified Boys & Girls Club of San Leandro and activities include homework tutorials, academic enrichment, physical education, social-emotional learning, and other activities. The After School Program is offered Monday through Friday, from the time school is dismissed until 6:00 pm, coinciding with each school site’s daily schedule and school calendar.

For additional information about ASES and other before and after school childcare please click here

All Schedules and program hours are subject to change.

CONTACT US:

For general questions about our After School Education and Safety Program (ASES, please contact Program Coordinator: Consuelo Zuluaga at 510-667-6223 or czuluaga@slusd.us

For program evaluation and performance please contact Family and Student Support Services Director: James Parrish III at 510-667-6226  

ASES Handbook – English

ASES Handbook – Spanish

New Extended Learning Programs (SL-ELOP)

San Leandro Unified is pleased to announce opportunities for extended learning to all TK-6th grade students whose families request placement. The district received additional funds through the Expanded Learning Opportunities Program (ELOP) AB 130 which allows SLUSD to offer after-school programming to more students.

Currently, the Extended Learning Program in SLUSD is provided through ASES grant funding and a partnership with the Boys and Girls Club of San Leandro. Academic support, enrichment and connections for students beyond the regular school day are the primary goals of the Extended Learning Programs in SLUSD.

The new San Leandro Extended Learning Opportunity Programs (SL-ELOP ) is also provided by Boys & Girls Club and will be offered at all SLUSD elementary and middle school sites. A healthy snack, education, literacy, and enrichment elements are all part of the program.

Outreach for enrollment will be coming to your school soon. There will be no deadline as this will be an ongoing process. For additional information about SL-ELOP programs coming to your school, contact czuluaga@slusd.us.