School Age Expanded Learning | Grades TK-6
The GUSD School Age Expanded Learning program offers enrichment and resources to augment classroom learning for students in grades TK-6. The program is open to all students attending GUSD elementary schools. Students' daily routines include homework time, indoor and outdoor activities such as sports and recreation, arts and crafts, science and technology, literacy and numeracy, music, and theme-based projects. The program incorporates grade-level academic standards in a student-centered, stimulating environment that meets the individual needs, interests, and differences of each student.
- Self Supporting (full-fee) and subsidized programs are available
- Spaces are limited
Program hours are 6:30 a.m. until school begins and from school dismissal until 6:00 p.m.
In addition, camp programs are available from 6:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. during, fall, winter, spring, and summer breaks.
Subsidized Program for Income-Eligible Students
Subsidized programs are located at the following schools: Balboa, Cerritos, Columbus, Edison, Franklin, Fremont, Jefferson, Keppel, La Crescenta, Lincoln, Mann, Marshall, Muir, Valley View, Verdugo Woodlands, and R.D. White.
Eligibility Requirements for Subsidized Services:
- Families must be income-eligible
- Both parents/adults in household must be working or in a vocational training program
- Fees vary according to family size and income
To Apply: Submit an application through Kinderwait.
Subsidized Policy Handbook for Parents
Self-Supporting (Full-Fee) Program
Self-supporting programs are located at the following schools: Balboa, Cerritos, Columbus, Dunsmore, Edison, Franklin, Fremont, Glenoaks, Jefferson, Keppel, La Crescenta, Lincoln, Mann, Marshall, Monte Vista, Mountian Ave., Muir, Valley View, Verdugo Woodlands, R.D. White.
To Apply: Please contact the Head Teacher at your school of enrollment for more information. Click on the links below for program fees and enrollment options. Spaces are limited.
Self-Supporting Program Fees, Effective 7/1/18
Self-Supporting Policy Handbook for Parents