Bridges After-School/Assets Programs
Building Bridges to Student Success
The San Juan Unified School District's Bridges After-School/ASSETs Programs provide homework support, enrichment and pro-social recreation in a safe and positive environment. The Bridges After-School/ASSETs Programs currently serve approximately 3,000 students, grades K-12, at 30 sites. Student success is supported through the implementation of each of the four components of the program: homework support, enrichment/disguised learning, pro-social skills/recreation, and parent support and empowerment. Strong relationships between program staff, school staff, parents and students are key!
To apply for enrollment in the Bridges After-School Program, please complete the Bridges After-School Application Packet below. Send the forms to school with your child and give them to the designated Bridges After-School Program Site Coordinator.
Space is limited and is available on first come, first served basis.
The Bridges After-School Program charges a registration fee and monthly participation fees. Rates are purposefully kept as low as possible to ensure that San Juan Unified School District parents are able to access services at the lowest cost possible. In addition, full and partial scholarships are available based on need. Please contact Debbie Timpson, at 971-5933, for more information regarding scholarships.
Registration Fee: A $30, nonrefundable, registration fee is due at the time of confirmed enrollment. Please do not make payment until enrollment is confirmed by telephone.
Program Participation Fees:
* Monthly fees are determined using a sliding scale based on a student's free or reduced lunch rate eligibility.
* All fee rates include early release Thursdays and all other scheduled minimum days.
* Fees are calculated with all non-school days during the school year (including holidays) considered: Fees will not be applied for school year program days in August or June. The regular year monthly rate will be applied for, each month, from September through May.
Literacy Challenge Bookmark-athon!Make bookmarks that help youth around the world read and write!Cameron Ranch is making a difference around the world through the Students Rebuilt Literacy Challenge. From January 12th to February 14th 2015, students will support this amazing program simply by making bookmarks. For each bookmark we send in $2 will be donated to Save the Children's Literacy Boost program in Peru, Mali and Nepal. The more bookmarks you send, the more children you'll help!For more information read all about ithere.Students will be making bookmarks in Bridges and many classes are participating in this project as well! If you wish to contribute from home the project is simple. Just create homemade bookmarks and drop them off in the box on the Bridges table in the MP Room, or in the front office by January 30th.For more information, contact Michelle Holder at (916) 847-2497
Site Coordinator, Cameron Ranch
Secretary, Bridges After-School/ASSETs Programs
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