Snowline School District After School Education and Safety Program (ASES)

The Snowline Joint Unified School District (SJUSD) Board of Trustees desires to provide after-school enrichment programs that support the regular education program and provide safe, constructive alternatives for students after school. In order to increase the academic achievement of participating students, the content of the after school programs will be aligned with the district's vision and goals for student learning, its curriculum, and district and state academic standards. The SJUSD ASES program is planned using a collaborative process that includes parents/guardians, students, and representatives of participating schools. The program includes both academic and enrichment elements in accordance with the law and includes support services that promote student health and well-being.

ASES PROGRAM MISSION STATEMENT
It is the mission of Snowline’s ASES program to provide the following to its participants:
● Academic enrichment and homework assistance
● Arts, crafts, recreation, and sports activities
● A safe environment to have fun and learn new skills
● A nutritious snack and supper

Snowline’s ASES program was designed by experts in child development, educational leadership, and recreation. A Site Coordinator, as well as After School Program Assistants, staff every site. Staff members work closely with the school, classroom teachers, school counselor and the school Principal. Snowline’s ASES program has four major components; homework assistance, physical education through the CATCH Kids Club, enrichment activities, supper and a snack. The ASES Program strives to create an enthusiasm for learning while building reading, writing, math, and science skills. Planned activities are fun, challenging, and appropriate for each student enrolled. The SJUSD ASES Program is committed to providing a positive, safe, consistent, predictable and nurturing environment for all students enrolled. The SJUSD ASES Program is aligned with the California Department of Education (CDE) Quality Standards for Expanded Learning. The SJUSD ASES Program is evaluated twice annually using the CDE After School Program Quality Self-Assessment Tool. The results of the assessment are used for program planning and drive the ASES program improvement plan. For more information about the Quality Standards for Expanded Learning, please visit http://www.afterschoolnetwork.org/.

HOURS
Every regular school day - 2:45 p.m.- 6:00 p.m.
Early release days - 1:30 p.m.- 6:00 p.m.
Closed on non-school days

Where is the Program Offered?

The SJUSD offers After School Education and Safety Programs (ASES) at three of our elementary school sites. ASES programs are currently offered at:

Phelan Elementary School

Pinon Hills Elementary School

Vista Verde Elementary School
 
 
Applications for consideration for enrollment in the ASES program are available in the office at these sites.
 

ABOUT OUR OFFICE

Program Administrator:
Andrea Bartlett
 
Program Secretary: Kimberly Martin

Address: 
4075 Nielson Rd.,
P.O. Box 296000
Phelan, CA 92329-6000

Phone: (760) 868-5817 x 10332

Fax: (760) 868-6790

E-mail: andrea_bartlett@snowlineschools.com
 
 
After School Staff
Phelan Site Coordinator
Dena Laycock
Email:
 
Pinon Hills Site Coordinator
Amanda Lutz
Email:
 
Vista Verde site coordinator:
Mary Agrusa
Email: