Elementary SchoolAfter School Education and Safety (ASES)
The Sierra Vista Elementary After School Education and Safety Program (ASES) provides additional learning opportunities in a safe and respectful environment. Our purpose is to prepare students to succeed academically as well as grow socially, physically and emotionally. With our highly qualified staff, we are able to provide academic intervention, an opportunity for
homework assistance, enrichment activities and a snack daily. The goal of our targeted instruction is to
meet the needs of diverse students using standards based curriculum, technology
and enrichment activities.
The School will:
Offer a program which provides academic intervention, an opportunity to work on homework, enrichment activities and snacks
Provide a program which supports and compliments daily classroom instruction
Provide a highly qualified, caring staff
Provide opportunities for parents to be involved in the program
Provide a nurturing and safe learning environment
The Parents / Guardians will:
Ensure regular attendance for the entire daily program
Ensure your child has appropriate behavior
Pick up your child at 6:00 p.m.
Call / notify the program coordinator when your child is absent
Provide and maintain an up-to-date emergency card on each child
The Students will:
Come ready to learn, have fun and cooperate with others
Take responsibility for learning during intervention time
Work on homework during homework assistance time
Attend every day, Monday through Friday, for the entire daily program
Follow the rules stated in the Discipline Plan
Behave appropriately and respectfully
Frequently Asked Questions
Will ASES help my child in their regular classroom and in preparing for the CST?ASES teachers work in coordination with the regular classroom teachers to provide interventions based on grade level standards and current units of study. ASES teachers also work with students on test taking strategies and skill reinforcement to help insure students are equipped to do their best on class and state tests.Is ASES a Homework Club?
teaches the material.
Does my child need to attend ASES every day?YES, in order for ASES to be a successful intervention program, your child needs to attend EVERY DAY.
Our staff works diligently to plan and provide interventions and support each and every day. On Fridays, students
have the opportunity to participate in enrichment activities not offered on other days of the week including cooking, board games, sports, computers and more. The students very much look forward to these fun, engaging activities!
If your child is involved in a parallel program (sports, dance, etc.) and needs to be excused, please contact Mrs. Leach at (951) 736-3311.
What do students do during ASES?All students receive intervention in reading and math provided by an ASES teacher, as well as homework support and a wide variety of enrichment opportunities.
Grades 2 - 3 (Monday- Thursday)
3:20-4:40 Homework Support/Language Arts & Math Intervention
4:40- 5:00 Snack and 100 Mile Club
5:00- 5:45 Continue Homework Support/Language Arts and Math Intervention/Class Activity
5:45-6:00 Closing Activities and Dismissal
Grades 4 - 6 (Monday-Thursday)
3:20-4:40 Homework Support/Language Arts and Math Intervention
4:40-5:00 Snack and 100 Mile Club
5:00-5:45 Continue Homework Support/Language Arts and Math Intervention/Classroom Activity
5:45-6:00 Closing Activities and DismissalGrades 2-6 (Friday)2:57- 3:20 Supper3:20- 4:20 Enrichment/Class Activity4:20- 4:50 Snack and 100 Mile Club4:50- 5:45 Continue Enrichment/Class Activity5:45- 6:00 Closing Activities/Dismissal