After School Program Types
After School Education and Safety Programs (ASES)
The ASES program provides funds to schools and districts that collaborate with community partners to provide safe and educationally enriching alternatives for children and youths during non-school hours. The ASES program is the result of the 2002 voter-approved initiative, Proposition 49. The local ASES programs are created through partnerships between schools and local community resources to provide literacy, academic enrichment and safe constructive alternatives for students in kindergarten through ninth grade (K-9).
- After School Education and Safety (ASES) Program (K-9)
- Supplemental programs are ASES funded programs that operate during vacations, intercessions, and summer.
Click on the fifth link from the page entitled "Frequently Asked Questions." Once you have downloaded the document, scroll down to page 8 to find out more about supplemental programs.
21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC)
This state-administered, federally funded program provides five-year grant funding to establish or expand before-and after-school programs that provide disadvantaged kindergarten through twelfth grade students with academic enrichment opportunities and supportive services to help the students meet state and local standards in core content areas. These programs focus on academic achievement and enrichment and family literacy. Eligible entities include districts, cities, counties, community-based organizations and others.
- 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) Program Description (Elementary & Middle School)
- After School Safety and Enrichment for Teens (ASSETs) High School Program (21st CCLC)