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Extended Learning


All families who wish to participate in either district and partner-run extended learning programs in the 2024-2025 school year must submit a common interest application form using the links below.

2024-2025 School Year interest Application Form

SCUSD offers high-quality extended learning programs at each school site. SCUSD believes in providing opportunities for students beyond the regular school day. Our program leaders provide experiences that support students' social-emotional, academic, and physical development. SCUSD offers both fee-based/sliding scale and no-cost programs based on student/family qualifications.

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Extended Learning
*Select either option 2 or 3 using your phone keypad

State-Funded Programs

SCUSD receives state funding from two sources in order to make our extended learning programs accessible to all eligible, TK-6 students:

  1. After School Education and Safety Program (ASES), California Proposition 49

  2. Expanded Learning Opportunity Programs (ELO-P), California Assembly Bill (AB) 130 

This funding allows eligible students to attend at little or no cost. 

Eligibility Criteria for No-Cost or sliding fee scale programs

  • Foster or Homeless Status 
  • Free or Reduced Lunch Status
    • To apply for free and reduced meals, apply online at 
  • English Language Learner (student might qualify for sliding scale fees, dependent on income) 

Note: Eligibility for Free/reduced cost is determined by the application for free/reduced lunch.

Fee-based/Sliding Fee Scale Programs

SCUSD provides Expanded Learning Program for fee-based/sliding scale students based on our enrollment capacity. More information to come. 


SCUSD Extended Learning

After School Services

District Partner Extended Learning

Boys and Girls Club, YMCA, Right at School


Programs by School Site