CSD after school programs are listed on this webpage. Scroll down to view them all. For information regarding other programs at a specific school call the school office for details. ***
The RCSD Extended Day Learning programs are available through the collaborative efforts of Redwood City School District, Redwood City Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department, Think Together, Boys and Girls Clubs of the Peninsula and the YMCA of Silicon Valley.
The programs promote local partnerships between schools and local community resources to provide an academic after school program. Students attending these programs receive academic assistance and participate in recreation enrichment activities that complement and align with the regular school day, allowing students to excel, academically, but also socially, physically, and emotionally as well.
The RCSD Extended Day Learning Programs are available in 12 schools in the district that serves over 1300 students every school day. They are located at Adelante, Fair Oaks, Henry Ford, Garfield, Hawes, Hoover, John Gill, Kennedy Middle School, McKinley Institute of Technology, Roosevelt, Taft, Selby Lane.
Funding for After School Learning Centers (ASLC) comes from several sources, including a federal 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) Grant, California Department of Education After School Education and Safety (ASES) Program Grant, partners contributions, private and non-profit foundation funds. These programs, under the oversight of the Department of School-Community Partnerships and the supervision of our collaborative partners provide access to high quality after school academic and enrichment programs where children will be encouraged to learn and develop their strengths in a nurturing environment.
Criteria to participate in the program and specific information about programs should be obtained by contacting the program coordinator for each school.
El Distrito Escolar de Redwood City apoya a las familias ofreciendo sus programas despúes de escuelas donde los alumnos comen un refrigerio, hacen la tarea y además se divierten en alguna actividad que apoya su desarrollo físico, mental, socioemocional e intelectual. Cerca de 1900 niños participan en este programa diariamente. Gracias a un sistema de apoyo y excelencia, el Distrito Escolar de Redwood City cuenta con la dos fuentes de finaciamiento público más importantes para aprendizaje expandido en programs despúes de escuela: ASES y 21 Centrury Learning Community Centers.
Nuestros programs son:
- Ciudad de Redwood City (Departamento de Parques y Recreación, programa REACH)
At Fair Oaks, John Gill, Hawes, Henry Ford, Kennedy y Selby Lane.
· Boys and Girls Club of the Peninsula (BGCP)
At Hoover, Taft, and Garfield.
- YMCA of Silicon Valley
At Roosevelt, Adelante, and McKinley.
Siena Youth Center
For Selby Lane
- Sheriff Activities League (SAL)
- Police Activities League (PAL)