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Extended Learning Programs

The Mountain Empire Unified School District, Expanded Learning Program collaborates with selected community-based organizations that have expertise in youth development and out of school time programming to operate its Expanded Learning Programs.

In partnership with ASES and Expanded Learning Opportunities Grant, our Elementary Schools offers academic support, enrichment activities, for TK-6th grade students, five days per week throughout the school year and beginning in 2022-2023, additional summer and school break programs.

ASP Lego Club at Campo Elementary

Expanded Learning Vision, Mission, Purpose

Expanded Learning Vision, Mission, Purpose

Our After School Education and Safety Program’s
vision is to provide a high-quality, safe and
supportive environment that provides social
emotional support, helps with educational needs and
also offers fun and enriching activities in
collaboration with our community to support all
students enrolled in Mountain Empire Unified.
After School education & Safety (ASES) 

After School education & Safety (ASES) 

Before/After School Programming
Mountain Empire Unified's ASES program provides academic support and enrichment for students in grades TK-6 outside of the regular school day. ASES programs are free-of-charge to parents, and have a limited number of spaces for students. All ASES programs run daily and operate at least until 6:00 p.m. on every regular school day. Before School Programs (BSP) and After-School Programs (ASP) are provided at each Elementary School site.
 
  • Campo Elementary BSP/ASP– (619) 478-5583
  • Clover Flat Elementary BSP/ASP– (619) 766-4655
  • Descanso Elementary BSP/ASP – (619) 445-2126 
  • Potrero Elementary BSP/ASP– (619) 478-5930
 
If your child is in TK thru Sixth grade, attends any of the schools listed above, and complete the registration, you may qualify to access the ASES Grant Program at that site. Please speak to the Site Lead for more information.  
 
First priority shall go to pupils who are identified by the program as homeless youth, as defined by the federal McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act (42 U.S.C. Sec. 11434a), at the time that they apply for enrollment or at any time during the school year, and to pupils who are identified by the program as being in foster care, and to pupils who are eligible for free or reduced-price meals. Second priority for enrollment will be given to students who can attend the full day every day. Non-compliance with the attendance and early release/late arrival policy may result in dis-enrollment from the ASES program.