Early Education and Extended Learning Programs (EEELP)
"Learning Beyond the Core"
200 N. Maryland Avenue, Suite 101, Glendale, CA 91206
Phone: 818.247.0775 | Fax: 818.547.5774
Dr. Rebeca Andrade | Assistant Director
Deidre Corwin | Program Supervisor for the following sites: Columbus, La Crescenta, Lincoln, Marshall, Muir, Rosemont, and Toll. Carol Gregory | Program Supervisor for the following sites: Balboa, Franklin, Mann, Mountain Avenue, R.D. White, Valley View, and Roosevelt. Laurie Novak | Program Supervisor for the following sites: Dunsmore, Edison/Pacific Avenue, Glenoaks, Keppel, Verdugo Woodlands, and Wilson. Vanessa San Martin
I Program Supervisor for the following sites: Cloud, Cerritos, Daily, Fremont, Jefferson, and Monte Vista
Enrollment for the 2016 - 2017 school year is ongoing. Registration packets must include the appropriate enrollment fee ($75 after August 1, 2016). Spaces fill up quickly and a waitlist will be compiled once space is no longer available. All spaces for elementary fee-based care are on a first come, first served basis. You may call us or speak to your school's head teacher for further information.
Please note there are waiting lists at most self-supporting sites. While we are currently at capacity at these schools for the 2016-2017 school year, we are working on ways to enroll as many students as possible while maintaining our commitment to student safety and quality after-school programming. Parents in similar situations have made private babysitting arrangements. Information about other child care options is available by contacting the Child Care Resource Center, an agency that maintains a list of licensed childcare alternatives in the area. They can be reached at (818) 717-1000.
A Long Tradition of Helping Children and Families
The district’s Early Education & Extended Learning Programs (EEELP) department provides high quality preschool, before and after-school care. Our program provides academic enrichment, snack and physical activities to the children in the Glendale, La Crescenta and Montrose communities. Multiple programs are offered for students in grades K-8 and preschool for children ages 3 and 4. Please contact our offices for further information.