San Leandro

Unified School District



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

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After School Expanded Learning Programs (ASES & ELO-P)

Program Overview

The programs are in operation at all eight elementary school sites and both middle schools.

All SLUSD students are eligible to participate in an Expanded Learning Program.  Students can ONLY enroll at the program located at the school they attend.  We do not provide drop-in services.  

SLUSD receives two funding streams for the After School Expanded Learning Programs from the California Department of Education; After School Education & Safety Program (ASES) and Expanded Learning Opportunities Program (ELO-P).  Starting in the 2022-2023 school year ASES & ELO-P was implemented as one comprehensive program. SLUSD partners with the Boys and Girls Club of San Leandro (BGCSL) to coordinate and operate the programs.

Through ELO-P funding the BGCSL offers 30 non-school days of programming each year, which is often referred to as intersession. 

After School staff work directly with teachers, staff, families and community based organizations in order to best serve students and provide high quality programming. 

Four Major Components

1. Academic Support

The academic component supports academic success by creating links to classroom learning by offering homework support, small group or individual tutoring, and mentoring.  

2. Enrichment Opportunities

The enrichment component offers both traditional and non-traditional activities designed to build knowledge and enhance creative expression. 

3. Recreational Activities

We encourage personal growth through competitive and non-competitive sports by building teamwork and a healthy competitive spirit, developing relationships, and having fun.  

4. Community Building

The Expanded Learning programs foster a sense of community among students with a youth development model with a focus on serving the social-emotional needs of students.  

Parent / Guardian Handbook

Registration Information

If you are interested in participating please see the registration details below.  We will do our very best to serve all interested families.  

  • For the 2023-2024 School year please register using this LINK  for the BGCSL.
  • Completing registration does not guarantee enrollment.  
  • When the application for your student is submitted you will receive notification that your child is on the waiting list.  
  • You will be notified when space is available 
  • For questions please contact the Boys and Girls Club at 510-483-5581 or 

For your information, below are details about priority designation for participation:  

  • Students currently enrolled and their siblings.  
  • Students on the waitlist from the 2022-23 school year
  • Students who meet the criteria of Free or Reduced Meal Program, English Language Learners, Foster Youth and McKinney Vento 

Non School day Offerings (Intersession)

Through the ELO-P Funding we provide 30 non school days of programming.  For the 2023-24 School Year programming will be offered on the dates listed below.

  • Nov 20, 21 & 22nd 

  • Dec 22, 27th – 29th

  • Jan 3rd – 5th 

  • Feb. 21st – 23rd

  • April 2nd – 5th 

  • June 17th – 28th (no program on 19th) 

  • 4 Saturday Field Days – dates TBD

The locations and registration details will be emailed via parent square as the dates are approaching. 

ELO-P Plan

Contact Information

School Site’s Contact Information 

Emily Nathan 

Expanded Learning Opportunities Program Manager

San Leandro Unified School District 

E: I P: (510) 667-3567


Samantha Jeandebien

Director of Expanded Learning 

Boys and Girls Club of San Leandro 

E: I P: 510-483-5581


James Parrish III

Director of Family & Student Support Services

Title IX Coordinator

San Leandro Unified School District

E: I P: 510.667.6226