Early Education and Extended Learning Programs (EEELP)
The 2019-2020 Electronic Enrollment for EEELP's Extended Learning Programs Opens March 7, 2019 at noon (12:00 p.m.)
Enrollment for the following 2019-2020 EEELP's programs, TK/Kinder Bridge, Before & After-School Care, and Recreational After School (RAP), will open on March 7, 2019 at noon (12:00 p.m.) for both new and returning students. Parents/guardians, when selecting the school, you must enroll your child/ren at the school where your child/ren is registered to attend school in 2019-2020. Our offices are open to assist families during this process and chromebooks will be available with the Head Teacher for families to use for enrolling purposes.
As in years past, Expanded Learning spaces will be awarded using the following priorities:
1) Returning families (including siblings of currently enrolled students)
2) Families on existing EEELP waitlists*
3) New students
*If your child is on a waitlist for an EEELP program for the 2018-2019 school year, you must still fill out an online enrollment application and your child will be awarded a spot according to the order on that school's waitlist. If you have any questions about programs, hours, and fees please contact your school's Head Teacher or the EEELP Main Office.
GUSD Early Education and Extended Learning Programs Office
200 N. Maryland Avenue, Suite 101, Glendale, CA 91206
Phone: (818) 247-0775 | Fax: (818) 547-5774
Dr. Rebeca Andrade, Director
Marcy Ostrom, Senior Administrative Secretary
GUSD Early Education and Extended Learning Programs (EEELP) provide high quality preschool, and before- and after-school care. Our programs provide academic enrichment, snack, and physical activities to children in the Glendale, La Crescenta, and Montrose communities. We offer preschool programs for children ages three and four, and multiple before- and after-school programs for students in grades TK-8. Please contact our offices for further information. The EEELP department focuses on Social Emotional Learning (SEL). SEL is the “process through which children and adults acquire and effectively apply the knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary to understand and manage emotions, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain positive relationships, and make responsible decisions” (casel.org, 2017). The department emphasizes project based learning through hands-on activities that integrate SEL, STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math) and provide ongoing opportunities for children to collaborate, communicate with each other and expand their creativity and critical thinking skills.
Head Teachers are available at every elementary school (middle schools have site leaders) and are the first point of contact to assist parents with registration and wait lists, programs and fees, and all information related to that school's expanded learning programs. Each site has an administrator who oversees the staff and operations of programs. Their names and specific schools are listed below.
School Head Teachers Clike/See "Contact Information for School Sites" on left tab options Alyson Beecher, Program Supervisor
Cerritos, Cloud, College View, Glenoaks, La Crescenta, Marshall, Monte Vista, and Rosemont
Deidre Corwin, Program Supervisor
Infant-Toddler Program at Daily, Jefferson, Fremont, Franklin, Mann, RD White, and Wilson
Email Deidre Corwin Perla Leyvas, Program Supervisor
Columbus, Edison, Lincoln, Muir, Pacific Avenue Preschool, and Roosevelt
Email Perla Leyvas Laurie Novak, Program Supervisor
Balboa, Dunsmore, Keppel, Mountain Avenue, Valley View, Verdugo Woodlands, and Toll
Email Laurie Novak