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After School Education and Safety (ASES) Program

Mission

To provide student centered, quality care programs during out-of-school hours to prepare college and career ready graduates.

To accomplish this mission, the Fresno Unified School District (FUSD) After School Education and Safety (ASES) Program strives to:

  • Provide opportunities for children to develop their skills.
  • Support student academic achievement in literacy, math proficiency, and EL redesignation.
  • Provide exposure to a wide variety of experiences.
  • Help children develop their unique talents and abilities.
  • Build character and leadership skills.
  • Provide a safe environment.
  • Increase motivation and connection to school.

Purpose

The FUSD After School Program provides structured tutorial and enrichment programs for school-age children. Programs are staffed with qualified after school personnel.

Days of Operation: The FUSD After School Program operates school days only. The program operates on a daily basis to coincide with the regular school calendar and operates from the end of the school day until 6:00 p.m. Students participating in the FUSD After School Program are required to participate in all the components of the program.

Program Components

The program components include:

  • Healthy Snack
  • Homework
  • Academic Intervention (English Language Arts and Math)
  • Physical Fitness
  • Enrichment Activities

For more information, contact Anthony Elementary at (559) 457-2520.

Learn more about After School Programs

 


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Anthony Elementary School   •   1542 E. Webster St. Fresno, CA 93728   •   (559) 457-2520

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