Mission Statement:
To cultivate caring, responsible, life-ready leaders within an inclusive community.

How to Enroll

Enrollment Information

Who can enroll? The Expanded Learning Program is open to all TK-8th grade Fallbrook Union Elementary School District students.


What is the Cost? This is a free program provided by the FUESD Expanded Learning Program for all students in TK-8th grade pending capacity.

Program Hours of Operation

  • The programs are open every day school is in session.
  • The Before-School Program opens at 6:30 a.m. until students are released to go to breakfast.
  • The After-School Program begins immediately after school is dismissed and closes at 6:00 pm.
  • Students enrolled in FUESD After School must stay until 5:30 pm daily.
  • Please visit to access your school’s bell schedule.

FUESD After School Attendance Requirements

Please Note: Priority enrollment in the ELO Program will be given to students who will utilize the program every day for the full range of hours. The FUESD After School will adhere to the FUESD ASES grant requirements

FUESD After School Program Facts

  • The California Department of Education (CDE) funded the before and after-school program through the After School Education & Safety (ASES) Grant and Expanded Learning Opportunities Program.
  • The program is a 5-day-a-week program with attendance requirements. Children must stay until 5:30 PM to receive the full benefit of the program.
  • The program is open to Transitional Kindergarten (TK) through 8th-grade students in the Fallbrook Union Elementary School District.

FUESD/BGC After School Behavioral Expectations

We are excited to have your child attend our FUESD After School Program. Every school in our district adheres to the FUESD Positive Behavioral Intervention Support (PBIS) System and practices Restorative Justice. Below are the three guidelines to follow:


FUESD After School Program Goals

  1. Provide an enriching learning environment through Music, Art, Dance, and STEM as measured by student attendance, surveys, and focus groups. (QS 1, 3, 6)
  2. Promote student well-being through opportunities to learn about and practice balanced nutrition, physical activity, restorative practices, and other healthy choices for mind and body. (QS 1, 2, 3, 5)
  3. Building student leadership skills by fostering community collaboration, differentiation, and partnerships to support ALL students in a safe, inclusive environment. (QS 3,4)


Lillian Perez

Director of Expanded Learning Opportunities

Araceli Archuleta Cazarez

Secretary III, ELO
(760) 695-9877

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If you have any questions or concerns or need to contact your child after school hours, please call the ELOP phone number at your student’s school to speak with an Afterschool Staff member. We ask that you limit phone calls only to urgent matters so that we can keep interruptions to the program at a minimum.

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