Teen Scene ASES/RAP application will open online on Wednesday, May 17 and will close on May 29.
Middle School Teen Scene
It is time to sign up for the Teen Scene ASES and Teen Scene RAP programs for middle school child care. The application will open online on Wednesday, May 17 and will close on May 29.
Teen Scene ASES
The After-School Education and Safety Program (ASES) is a state grant program aimed at improving student performance in school and providing a safe environment for students after school. Teen Scene ASES operates on school days only from school dismissal until 6:00 p.m. and is located at Roosevelt, Toll, and Wilson Middle Schools. The Teen Scene ASES program is free aside from a $75 registration fee collected at the beginning of the school year.
Teen Scene RAP
Teen Scene RAP is a private pay child care program aimed at improving student performance in school and providing a safe environment for students after school. Teen Scene RAP operates on school days only from school dismissal until 6:00 p.m. and is located at Rosemont Middle School. A monthly fee of $216 per student and a one-time $75 registration fee (collected at the beginning of the school year) apply.
Spaces will be allocated in Teen Scene ASES and RAP per the following priorities:
- Children of GUSD Staff
- Foster/homeless youth
- Returning Teen Scene ASES/RAP students
- New Teen Scene ASES/RAP students
A lottery for spaces for new Teen Scene ASES/RAP students will be run on May 30 and families will be notified of the results via email by June 2.
If you have questions about child care programs, including Teen Scene ASES and Teen Scene RAP, please call the CDCC Main Office at 818-247-0775 or email us at CDCC@gusd.net
About Teen Scene
Teen Scene is aimed at improving student performance by providing a safe environment after school for students in grades 6-8. It also focuses on developing student voice through projects and peer interaction. The program provides students with the opportunity to explore career skills in technology, design, filmmaking, cooking, engineering, criminal justice, and entrepreneurship. Students also have time to work on homework, explore interests, and participate in physical development activities. "Tech Time" is an opportunity for students to use their cell phones or electronic devices to call home, play a game, or listen to music and is limited to 15 minutes per day.
Attendance and Participation
- Middle school students are expected to be responsible for their conduct and whereabouts during program hours.
- Students must report to the designated program area within 10 minutes of the dismissal bell.
- Students who fail to report will be counted as absent.
- Students are encouraged to take part in school-based sports and clubs; students must have parents sign an Excused Activity Permission slip prior to being able to participate.