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Extended Learning Opportunity

ELO Summer Program
For incoming 6th-8th grades

High School After School Programs are now available!

Montebello High School and Bell Gardens High School will be providing after school programs!

Programs will include:

  • Homework help
  • Extended library hours
  • Tutoring sessions
  • SAT preparation
  • Credit Accrual/online classes/distance learning
  • Personal guidance
  • Enrichment Activities
Montebello High School After School Program
ASSETs  ELO
Bell Gardens High School-After School Program
ASSETs  ELO

NOTICE of an intent to Submit Grant Application for After-School Programs

Montebello Unified School District intends to apply for 21st Century Community Learning Centers grants.  Applications are due to California Department of Education (CDE) in Sacramento no later than November 12, 2018.  Four (4) separate applications will be submitted according to each school's percent of eligible students for Free and Reduced lunch.  

 

21st Century Elementary Application requests the following:

  • Before School Programs
  • Additional monies to address the long waiting lists for existing after school programs
  • Summer programs for clusters open to the community regardless of their home-school
  • Summer programs can extend existing summer programs.
  • Based on the needs assessment the following schools are requesting funds:
  • Percent of Free and Reduced Lunch eligible students enrolled at 75% and higher.
  • Elementary Schools
    • Bell Gardens Elementary
    • Cesar Chavez Elementary
    • Joseph A. Gascon Elementary
    • Fremont Elementary
    • Garfield Elementary
    • Greenwood Elementary
    • La Merced Elementary
    • Montebello Park Elementary
    • Rosewood Park School
    • Suva Elementary
    • Washington Elementary
    • Wilcox Elementary
    • Winter Gardens Elementary
  • Intermediate Schools
    • Bell Gardens Inermediate
    • Eastmont Intermediate
    • La Merced Intermediate
    • Macy Intermediate
    • Montebello Intermediate
    • Suva Intermediate

 

ASSETS High School Application Requests the following:

  • Homework help
  • Tutoring sessions
  • SAT preparation
  • Credit Accrual/online classes/distance learning
  • Personal guidance
  • Enrichment Activities/Sports
  • Applied Technology Center, Vail High Continuation School and Schurr High School are requesting funds.

Notice of an intent to submit an application. The application and any waiver request will be available for public review after submission of the application (20 U.S.C. Section 7174[b][2][L]).

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Talent Show
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ASES & 21st Century After School Programs

We are pleased to announce that the Montebello Unified School District currently offers a comprehensive and enriched after-school program at 23 of our school sites. Our after school program is entitled, E.L.O. (Extended Learning Opportunity) Program.

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 an increasingly global community.

Our mission is to provide a safe, nurturing, enriched after school program that encompasses literacy, art, technology, and recreation for MUSD students so that they may achieve academic and personal success.

In summary, E.L.O. is a carefully designed learning program that supports all three of the authorized purposes of the 21st CCLC/ASES program and directly addresses identified needs of the target population. It offers students and families a free daily after school program; daily academic support; engaging literacy, technology, and arts enrichment experiences; other high interest enrichment opportunities; and tutoring. E.L.O. directly addresses research-proven factors for improving academic achievement, including increasing learning time; using highly-qualified staff; offering small class sizes and low student-to-staff ratios; aligning learning experiences with intended outcomes; providing engaging curriculum and learning experiences; ensuring students regularly encounter “achievable challenges;" and offering continuous student feedback and regular assessments of student progress. 

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