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Adams Elementary School After School Programs

 

 

SBUSD/After School Program (TK/K only): A district supported program that focuses on providing safe, enriching and educationally-sound environment that supplements and supports the regular school day. It also features academic program and field trips. This program is available year-round (summer and school breaks). Participants must meet income requirements, if subsidized by the State of California. Non-subsidized spaces are available.

 

SBUSD/After School Opportunities for Kids (A-OK for 1st-6th grades): A grant supported academic based program focused on providing a safe learning environment for students. Students participate in creative, standards aligned curriculum and are helped with homework daily. Special activities include Friday Club, field, trips, guest speakers, Girl Scouts, special interest classes, and sports leagues.

 

City Parks & Recreation After School Program (RAP): RAP is a safe, supervised and fun recreational experience for children in 1st-6th grades supported by the City of Santa Barbara. Daily activities include arts and crafts, sports and recreation, homework help and reading time. We welcome the participation of children with special needs in RAP and other programs offered by Parks and Recreation.

 

Girls Inc. of Greater Santa Barbara: Girls Incorporated is a national non-profit providing enriching hands on experiences in a safe and supportive girl only environment with the mission of inspiring all girls to be strong, smart, and bold. Programs include science, art, cooking, sports, computers, library, field trips, and more!

 

United Boys and Girls Clubs of Santa Barbara County (UBGCSB): UBGCSB is a non-profit organization that provides a safe, positive and enriching environment for youth between the ages of 5-18. We provide a knowledgeable and trained staff to insure the development of positive self-esteem, proper values, and healthy life skills through constructive educational programs. We strive to encourage each child to reach their full potential.

 

 

Grades Served

Bus

Open until

Cost

Inclusion

Programs

Contact

 

Additional

Information

SBUSD

After School Program

TK-K

No

6:00 PM

Fee Based & Subsidized (based on income)

Yes

Cecilia Valencia

(805) 965-4633

X 6502

Provides a safe, enriching, and educationally sound environment that supports the school day. Snacks served and homework assistance. Open summer months and over school breaks.

SBUSD

A-OK

Program

1st-6th

Yes

6:00 PM

$30-$50/month

with an additional $6/month for the end of day bus.

Yes

Luis

Valerio

(805) 563-2515

X 1022

Open only when school is in operation. Five days/week enrollment and must remain in the program until 5:45PM. Creative curriculum, homework assistance, and snack served.

City of SB

RAP

1st -6th

No

5:30 PM

$145/ 30 day session

$70 10 day pass

$10 day drop-in pass

Yes

Terry Brown
(805) 564-5495

Scholarships available. Snack served. Open only when school is in session. Field trips, homework help, and more.

Girls Inc. of Greater SB

TK-6th

Yes

6:00 PM

$100/week (3 days or more), $60/week for 2 days or less

(Scholarships available)

Yes

Shane Meserve

(805)

963-4017

Open year-round, enrichment classes, homework assistance daily, field trips, and snack served.

United Boys & Girls Clubs of SB County

K-12th

Yes

6:00 PM

$40/annual membership + $75/month transportation

 

Yes

Priscilla Hernandez

(805)

966-2811

Drop-in program is offered to all youth ages 5 (must be in Kinder) to 18, from 2 to 6p.m., Monday through Friday and 10 to 4pm on Saturday. Boys & Girls Clubs provide services that aim to engage all youth in recreational and social activities, and are centered around having a place for young people to go to enjoy their free time. Snack provided. Scholarships available.