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Parent Frequently Asked Questions

Program Vision, Mission, Goals

In collaboration with our parents and community, we envision happy, competent, self-sufficient young adults enriched with sound minds and bodies who will become productive and contributing members of ...more

Benefits of the Program

How will E.L.O. benefit the children of our community? How will the community benefit from this program? What are some family and community needs that have been assessed prior to the application of ...more

E.L.O. Components

The E.L.O. program provides supervised activities, including homework assistance, arts and crafts, and recreation each weekday. The program is open to students in kindergarten through eighth grade in ...more


E.L.O. plans to offer a positive, safe, and supervised place for students to go after school Monday through Friday from school release time until 6 pm. The program will operate directly on each ...more


The success of our program depend on our competent and caring staff.


The E.L.O. project will serve about 1,500 students in grades K-8 at 12 sites. This number represents over 10% of each school's student population.


Parental Expectations and Support

For E.L.O. to be a success, we need parental cooperation in making sure students attend the program regularly and behave during our program.

Parental Expectations:

Participation in E.L.O. is a ...more

Parental Support/Volunteering

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