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2023-2024 After School Child Care

The WUSD ELO-P grant provides funding for children that reside within the City of West Sacramento to attend before and after-school programs at no cost to parents.
The goal of the ELO-P grant is to provide a safe, engaging environment to motivate and inspire students learning.   
In collaboration with the City of West Sacramento, Champions and YMCA, Washington Unified School District offers after-school programs at the following sites:
  • Stonegate
  • Westfield
  • Elkhorn
  • Riverbank 
  • Westmore Oaks 
  • Bridgeway Island
  • Southport
Student Enrollment Guidelines  

The WUSD Board of Trustees has approved the following priorities for students to enroll in the WUSD Expanded Learning Programs: 

1.  Homeless or Foster youth.
2.  Students in 6th, 7th & 8th grades that attend daily.
3. Students identified in need of supplemental or concentrated support by LCFF.
4.  Siblings of enrolled 6th, 7th & 8th-grade students already in the program.
5. Students identified as in need of academic remediation or support at the discretion of the principal or designee.
6. Remaining K-5 spots will be filled at random.
7. Parents will be notified by May 8th, 2023.
8. Remaining spots will be filled from the waitlist as they become available. 
9. Applications received after May 5th, 2023 will be placed on the waitlist. 
Schedule and Attendance
The program begins at the end of the regular school day Monday through Friday. State guidelines give priority to children who regularly attend the after-school program and stay until 6:00 pm. If your child attends the regular school day, he/she must attend the after-school program. After three (3) unexcused absences participants may lose their spot in the program.
Expanded Learning Program Elements
Academic Support – Includes 45 minutes of daily academic support. During this time your child will be encouraged to complete their homework assignments. Staff will supervise and assist students and provide one on one help if needed. Students who do not have homework will have time to read a book or participate in other academic activities.
Enrichment – Enrichment experiences allow children and youth to explore investigate, learn, and build skills that enrich educational, physical, and social-emotional development. Enrichment activities may include fine arts, character development through curriculum and play, nutrition education, etc. Enrichment components will be scheduled throughout the year and will follow a weekly schedule. Outside instructors may provide extra enrichment services to the students. 
Recreation - Recreation opportunities for students include arts & crafts, games, sports, clubs, and other special recreation activities. At least 30 minutes of physical activity will be provided daily. Other recreation activities may be scheduled for 2-3 times a week.
For more information, contact Rian Carroll: