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Expanded Learning Opportunities Program

Starting in the fall of the 2023-2024 school year, new after-school extended learning programs will be available to families.
With the introduction of the state-mandated Expanded Learning Opportunities Program (ELO-P), there are some additions and changes to our previous offerings. ELO-P programming requirements include a total of 9 hours of learning and care, which includes the instructional day. In addition, there must be 30 additional 9-hour intersession days (e.g. school breaks and summer).
The ELO-P program must be offered at no charge and accessible to all students in grades TK-6 who are identified in one or more of the following categories:
  • Foster youth
  • Homeless
  • Low-income (qualify for free and reduced-price meals)

Following the state mandate, the families of students who qualify for ELO-P will be given priority to enroll first. Then, if capacity allows, enrollment will be opened up in the following priority order:

Priority 1: Foster youth, homeless, low-income
Priority 2: English learners
Priority 3: Students currently enrolled in 2022-2023 fee-based programs
Priority 4: All other students interested in a fee-based program

Note: If the number of interested applicants exceeds capacity, families will be placed on the waitlist based on the priorities above and the date the family completed the Interest Application Form.