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Engaging_Students_in_a_Fun,_Safe,_Positive,_Healthy_Environment_to_Achieve_Their_Full_Potential! Card IconEngaging Students in a Fun, Safe, Positive, Healthy Environment to Achieve Their Full Potential!

Lassen After School provides after-school services to participating districts and schools. The program's purpose is to support participants in being successful students. We offer tutoring and homework assistance; recreation; and educational enrichment. All students at participating school sites are eligible to attend, regardless of parental economic status. For more information, contact our office at 530-251-8711.

Programs begin at the regular day dismissal and conclude at 6 pm. The program is open every day that students are in session with the occasional closure for professional development.


The Lassen 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:
  • daily attendance
  • specific hours of operation
  • opportunity for academic assistance and educational enrichment
  • nutritional snack
  • staff/student ratio of no greater than 1:20

Educational_and_Literacy_Element Card IconEducational and Literacy Element

An educational and literacy element must provide tutoring and/or homework assistance designed to help students meet state standards in one or more of the following core academic subjects:
  • reading/language arts
  • mathematics
  • history and social studies
  • science
A broad range of activities may be implemented based on local student needs and interests. 

Educational_Enrichment Card IconEducational Enrichment

The educational enrichment element must offer an array of additional services, programs, and activities that reinforce and complement the school’s academic program. Educational enrichment may include but is not limited to:
  • positive youth development strategies
  • recreation and prevention activities
Such activities might involve:
  • visual and performing arts
  • music
  • physical activity
  • health/nutrition promotion
  • general recreation
  • career awareness and work preparation activities
  • community service-learning
  • other youth development activities based on student needs and interests
Enrichment activities may be designed to enhance the core curriculum.