To use positive methods to ensure a safe, fun, developmentally appropriate setting.
To provide a least one hour per day for students to work on completing their homework.
To increase student’s homework completion rates.
To enable students to perform at or above grade level as measured by state standardized tests.
To provide enrichment activities that will develop and increase student’s self-confidence, self-esteem, physical abilities, and social skills.
To provide a sound foundation for student’s to become service-minded and give back to the community.
To promote good citizenship.
The Fletcher Walker After School Program is
funded through a grant provided by Proposition 49. When the voters of
California passed Prop. 49, the state developed the After School
Education and Safety program or ASES. Although this is a free program to
the community, there are specific requirements for funding. The
highlights of our funding are:
specific hours of
opportunity for academic assistance and educational enrichment
staff/student ratio of no greater than 1:20
This site will be operating using digital services. This will allow for students to receive academic support, enrichment, and physical activity options. Supplies will be made availble for pick up with meals. The tutoring will be provided through an online on-demand tutoring platform. Enrichments will include Art, Coding, Animation, Circut Training, Cooking, etc... We realize that this not a traditonal approach, but in these uncertain times this is the best option to continue to provide services to all students.