After School Education and Safety (ASES) Program
The After School Education and Safety (ASES) Program provides literacy, academic, enrichment and safe constructive alternatives for students in kindergarten through ninth grade (K-9) during non-school hours. The academic and enrichment component entail; integrated education, health, social service, recreational, cultural programs and telecommunication and technology.
The program is designed to enhance student's success, achievements and to support school communities to improve school climate, safety, attendance, behavior, student's health and well-being through high quality professional development, technical assistance, targeted services and the dissemination of current and relevant research-based information and resources.
ASES Programs Serving Here!
- Ballington Academy for the Arts and Sciences
- Brawley Elementary School District
- Calexico Unified School District
- Calipatria Unified School District
- El Centro Elementary School District
- Heber Elementary School District
- Holtville Unified School District
- Meadows Union School District
- San Pasqual Valley Unified School District
- Seeley Union School District
- Westmorland Union School District
Approximately 5,000 schools in California have offered Expanded Learning opportunities, serving nearly 500,000 youth on any given day. 25% of California students participate in before and after school, summer learning, and intercession programs. -Afterschool Alliance and America After 3PM Research, 2014.
California is leading the way in expanding student success. This video showcases the power of expanded learning opportunities. Hear from K-12 leaders, program providers, teachers, and students about the impact that these programs have on school communities. Find out how to create partnerships with community organizations that want to come alongside schools to support the overall success of a student.