Empire ASES Program
about 1 year ago
After School Education and Safety (ASES) Program
The mission of the EUSD After School Education and Safety (ASES) program is to provide academic and social success for participating families by establishing a safe and motivating environment that supports the instructional day.
The ASES program operates every regular school day during the regular school year (180 days). The program starts immediately upon the conclusion of the school day and operates until 6pm. A daily nutritious snack is provided. The program operates with a student/staff ratio no greater than 20 to 1. ASES currently provides priority registration to students grades 3rd-6th.
Program elements of ASES include the following:
- Education and Literacy Element
Provides homework time and homework assistance.This portion is done the first 45-60 minutes.All students participating in ASES must participate in this portion.Students picked up before the end of this segment on more than three occasions may be terminated from the program.While time is provided to work on homework, it is not necessarily checked for completeness or accuracy by program staff.
- Education Enrichment Element
The educational enrichment element offers an array of programs and activities that reinforce and complement the regular day academic program.Educational enrichment may include, but is not limited to, positive youth development strategies and recreation activities including visual and performing arts, physical activity, health/nutrition promotion, community service-learning projects, science related activities, and garden clubs.Please contact the Site Coordinator for specific program enrichment offerings.
If you have questions, please contact
Site Coordinator Contact Info
Alma Sloan –
District Cell: 380-7925
District Contact Info
Elisabeth Wilson - ASES District Program Coordinator
CAASPP test Information
about 1 year ago
Guides to understanding
Below you will find links to help you understand your student's score on the CAASPP, or state test. Each grade level has explanations in English and Spanish.
By Carlos Perez