Extended Care/After School Program
The Extended Care Program operates on all regular instructional days from 2:45 – 6:00 p.m. Services are available for students in grades K-8. Students must be registered in Extended Care
Program for each day they wish to participate. It is a "drop in" program. Monthly, weekly, daily and hourly rates available.
Any child who remains on the school property after the yard sweep (15 minutes after dismissal bell) will be signed into Extended Care, supervised, and charged a fee for that “drop in” day. Students who attend CYO practice, school enrichment, or programs later in the afternoon must either go home or go to Extended Care until the event and after the event.
21st Century Program
The 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) is a learning centers funded with federal grant to educate kindergarten through eighth grade students in an urban area through a before and after-school program, and a family literacy program.
The program involves the University of California at Berkeley, local elementary and middle schools, and community partnerships to serve students and their families in East Oakland. The 21st CCLC’s program emphasizes the value of community members, local organizations, businesses, and individuals working together and contributing ideas. It is also to help with program assessment and support our efforts to bring more services and activities to our school.
The purpose of our program is to expand learning beyond the school day and beyond classroom doors and walls. Our programs are an expansion of the school day, not an extension: what we do compliment, supports, and enhances daily classroom instruction. The program, while structured, provides staff and students with choices.
Our program focuses on creating educational projects that make learning fun. Students participate in a balance of individual activities, small and large group activities, indoor and outdoor activities, and quiet as well as active play.