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After School Education Safety Program (ASES)

To pre-register your student for the ASES program for 2019-20 school year, please click here. (You will need to complete one online pre-registration form per student.)
Scroll down to see flyers for upcoming 2019-20 ASES Mandatory Parent Meetings.

ABOUT ASES: EXPANDED LEARNING PROGRAM

The Beaumont Unified School District’s After School Education and Safety (ASES) expanded learning program is a free, state-funded after-school program. This program focuses on developing that academic, social-emotional, physical need and interests of pupils through hands-on, engaging learning experiences. The activities are to be pupil centered, results driven, include community partners, and compliment, but not replicate, learning activities from the regular school day. The daily components of the program which are inclusive of the grant are:  1) Nutritious Snack 2) Recreation 3) Enrichment 4) Homework Support/Assistance. 

 

The ASES program in the Beaumont Unified School District serves six school sites and includes students in first through eighth grades.  There are two ASES Educational Liaisons and three or four ASES Instructional Aides per site, thus keeping an average ratio of one adult to twenty students and a supporting Instructional Aide for extra support. The ASES Educational Liaisons are responsible for the day-to-day operations of each site under the direction of the District Expanded Learning Coordinator.

 
Why ASES? ASES is not daycare, rather it is an Expanded Learning Program designed to provide a physically and emotionally safe environment, conducive to learning while improving language arts, math, science, social and communication skills. Programs are designed to serve between 40-60 students at our six program school sites. ASES adds a strong youth development focus, including life skills, positive communication, conflict resolution, goal setting, and decision-making. All ASES Expanded Learning Program site incorporate best practices and required elements as outlined by the After School Education and Safety (ASES) Program, administered through the California Department of Education (CDE).

Days/Hours of Operation: The ASES Program operates every student school day from dismissal time until 6:00 pm (6:20 pm for Anna Hause Elementary).

 

Location: The ASES program uses designated rooms at the following school sites: Anna Hause, Sundance, Palm Innovation Academy, Three Rings Ranch, Mountain View Middle & San Gorgonio Middle.

 
Program Components/Daily Activities: Nutritious Snack, Recreation, Enrichment (Math and Reading focus), and Homework Support/Assistance - All these components have built-in social skills, collaboration, critical thinking, and problem-solving to name a few and connects with deepening 21st Century Learning Skills. All four components and the activities provided are NOT optional and students must participate or they may be dis-enrolled from the ASES program.

 

Enrollment Procedures: Every parent must pre-register online each motivated child and attend a mandatory meeting to be considered for enrollment into the ASES program. There may be additional documentation needed based on specific needs of the student. You may find the pre-registration for the school sites at www.beaumontusd.us under “Department & Services”, “Instructional Support Services”, “Student Services” and then “After School Education Safety Program (ASES)”. Once there, scroll down and register on the link and attend the scheduled parent meeting. If you miss your school site’s parent meeting, you may attend another meeting. If you need further information, please contact Natasha Hernandez, ASES Clerk, at ases@beaumontusd.k12.ca.us or 951-797-5350.


Attendance Policy: ASES students in elementary school and middle school are expected to attend five (5) days per week until 6:00 P.M. (at Anna Hause ES; until 6:20 P.M.). Program funding requires regular daily attendance as defined in the Education Code as five (5) days per week for the full program. This program does not operate on holidays. All absences require an Absent Note/email (forms located to your left) to be completed. The purpose of the after school program is to support student success in school by providing academic support and enrichment opportunities. An ASES after-school program was never attended to be a drop-in or child care program.  The legislature determined that regular attendance would serve as the measure for demonstrating compliance with the legislation's purpose and criteria for ongoing program funding.

 

Sports/Activities Release Policy: Students involved in sports must complete a Sports/Activities Contract Form. This form can be located on the district website and at the ASES school site. Once complete, please attach a copy of the organization’s schedule which should include the dates and times the student will be attending the outside activity in addition to the organization name and phone number where services will be provided. We cannot guarantee the student’s enrollment if their current priority status changes. If there is a student on the wait list with higher priority status, the student will be dismissed from the program and put on the wait list to return according to priority levels of more time in the program and or special circumstances.


VOLUNTEER! As much as after-school programs need money to stay alive, they also need people. You don't have to be a teacher or education expert, either. Parents, students, anyone with time and a commitment to helping children succeed can lend a hand. Join the fun teaching children how to achieve in academics, recreation, and character development. For opportunities or more information, please contact the ASES department at 951-797-5350 or email ASES@beaumontusd.k12.ca.us. To complete a 2019-20 Beaumont USD Volunteer application, please click on this form link: https://app.informedk12.com/link_campaigns/beaumont-volunteer-application-form-electronic-form?token=7zfjGQKbxxhTwNnXFGahizsj.

ASES OFFICE STAFF

~ASES Clerk ~
For any questions on ASES registration/enrollment or your child’s ASES attendance, please contact: 
Natasha Hernandez 
951-797-5350 

ASES@beaumontusd.k12.ca.us


~Educational Liaisons~
If you have any questions or concerns regarding your child’s involvement at: 
Sundance ES
Three Rings Ranch ES
San Gorgonio MS
Contact: Kim Ellington 
951-797-5351

If you have any questions or concerns regarding your child’s involvement at:
Anna Hause ES
Palm Innovation Academy           
Mountain View MS
Contact: Jeannie Ramirez 
951-797-5352

Jeannie Ramirez

~Expanded Learning Coordinator~
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the day-to-day operations of ASES. Contact: Anita Williams 
951-797-5393

ASES 2019-20 Forms: