After School Education Safety (ASES) Program
The After School Education and Safety (ASES) Program provides FREE supervised activities until 6:00 PM for students at Sundance, Anna Hause, Palm and Three Rings Ranch Elementary Schools; and Mt. View and San Gorgonio Middle Schools, every day that school is in session during the regular school year.
The ASES Program provides a fun, safe, stimulating environment for students! Studies show that participation in the ASES Program increases students’ attachment to their schools, improves test scores, and keeps kids out of trouble.
Activities vary by school, but each program includes these components:
EDUCATION AND LITERACY: Students have the opportunity to complete their homework, with supervision and assistance from teachers and trained staff. Technology is one tool used to assist students in meeting their academic goals.
ENRICHMENT ACTIVITIES: Our program offers a range of fun activities designed to explore learning opportunities that may not be available during the school day.
SPORTS AND GAMES: Every student has the opportunity to participate in outdoor games and activities that provide an outlet for all that energy!
ATTENDANCE AND EARLY RELEASE POLICY
ASES is open from the time school is released until 6:00 pm. It is important for you and your child to make a commitment to this program and make attendance a priority. The students must stay until 6:00 pm each day as required by the program funding policy. The following are a few of the acceptable reasons for early release. A detailed explanation of the Early Release Policy and a full list of acceptable reasons for early release can be viewed in the A.S.E.S. After School Policies form in the 2016-17 ASES Application. Any other absences or instances of leaving before 6 pm may be a reason for a student to be dropped from the program.
Outside Programs: We support our student attending both the ASES program and participating in school/community groups. These include sport teams, cheerleading, outside tutoring, dance, scouting, etc. We do require that documentation be provided to the ASES staff regarding when the student will participate in these outside programs. This could be team’s workout schedule, dance schedule, etc. Students attending school site activities need to report to the ASES classroom as soon as the site activity concludes.
Medical Appointments: We understand that medical appointments are best made for after the regular school day and may take place during the time ASES is in session. Parent or their designee will be able to pick up their student early from the program to attend these appointments. Please notify ASES staff as to the reason for leaving early.
ALL students must be picked up by a parent or designee listed on the emergency card with a driver’s license or photo I. D.
Due to high demand, the ASES Program is available to students on a first-come, first-served basis. There is a limit to the number of students who can be served.