If your child attends any of the schools listed below, and you have been approved for free/reduced lunch, you may qualify to access the ASES Grant Program at that site. Please speak to the ESS Site Lead for more information.
- Avondale Elementary
- Bancroft Elementary
- Casa de Oro Elementary
- Highlands Elementary
- Kempton Street Literacy Academy
- La Mesa Dale Elementary
- La Presa Elementary
- Rancho Elementary
- STEAM Academy @ La Presa
- Spring Valley Academy
First priority shall go to pupils who are identified by the program as homeless youth, as defined by the federal McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act (42 U.S.C. Sec. 11434a), at the time that they apply for enrollment or at any time during the school year, and to pupils who are identified by the program as being in foster care. Second priority for enrollment will be given to students who can attend the full day every day. Non-compliance with the attendance and early release/late arrival policy may result in dis-enrollment from the ASES program.
Notice of Intent to Submit an Application for 21st Century Community Learning Centers Program (After School Programs) In accordance with the application instructions from the California Dept. of Education, the San Diego County Office of Education submits a public notice to the community in the La Mesa-Spring Valley School District boundaries of San Diego County Office of Education’s intent to submit an application for a 21st Century Community Learning Centers After School Programs grant for public schools to be served in the aforementioned areas.
Intent to Submit 21st Century Community Learning Centers Grant – December 2016
In accordance with the Federal No Child Left Behind Act, section 9501 (c) (1), the San Diego Office of Education intends to submit an application for a 21st Century Community Learning Centers grant for public schools to be served in the La Mesa-Spring Valley School District boundaries. In accordance with federal eligibility requirements, entities may apply only if they propose to serve primarily students from schools having one or both of the following characteristics:
- Schools that are eligible for Title 1 School-wide programs (applies to applications proposing to serve public school students).
- Schools that serve a high percentage (40 percent or more) students from low-income families (applies to applications proposing to serve private school students). If you have any questions or would like to participate in the process, please feel free to contact Extended School Services at 619-644-3800.