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FUESD After School and Enrichment

Thank you for your interest in the Fallbrook Union Elementary School District Expanded Learning Opportunities Program.

The Expanded Learning Opportunities Program (ELO-P) funds after school, intersession, and summer school enrichment programs for transitional kindergarten through sixth grade. At FUESD we include students in 7th and 8th grade. 

To learn more about the Expanded Learning Opportunities Program, click here.

FUESD After School

For the 2022-2023 school year, the Fallbrook Union Elementary School District will be offering dual enrollment to the FUESD and Boys and Girls Club Afterschool Program.

About FUESD After School

The after school program is funded by the California Department of Education (CDE) through the After School Education & Safety (ASES) grant and Expanded Learning Opportunities Program funding.

  • The program is 5 days a week with attendance requirements.
  • The program is open to Transitional Kindergarten through 8th-grade students enrolled in the Fallbrook Union Elementary School District.
  • The program includes a Super Snack, homework support, and academic and enrichment activities (i.e., Physical Activity, Visual & Performing Arts, Cooking, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math).
  • The program provides Social and Emotional Learning lessons and
    counseling support.

Enrollment Information

Who can enroll in the Expanded Learning Program?
The Expanded Learning Program is open to all TK-8th grade students in the Fallbrook Union Elementary School District. Please Note: Demand for the program exceeds capacity at most campuses. Students will be added to the waiting list while space becomes available.

How will you Enroll?
We require every student to register by submitting an the FUESD After School Interest Form. We use a dashboard called 6Crickets, where we will assign courses to your child.

What is the Cost?
The Boys & Girls Club Membership is $30 dollars per year. (Scholarships are available.) There are no other fees associated with this program.

Program Hours of Operation

  • The program is open every day that school is in session.
  • The After School Program begins immediately after school is
    dismissed and closes at 6:00 pm.
  • Please look at www.fuesd.org to access your school’s bell schedule.

Does the Boys and Girls Club have its own guidelines?
We are working collaboratively with the Boys and Girls Club. To access their handbook please go to www.bgcnorthcounty.org

Program Hours of Operation

    • The program is open every day that school is in session.
    • The After School Program begins immediately after school is dismissed and closes at 6:00 pm.

How to Apply

Complete the FUESD After School Interest Form by visiting

The Boys and Girls Club membership fee is not required until your student is fully enrolled in FUESD After School Care.

An email confirmation will be sent once your registration is complete.

FUESD After School Program Goals

1. Provide safe, educationally enriched learning environments for students
measured by student attendance, student surveys, and focus groups run by counselors. (QS 1, 6)

2. Provide academic support, including homework assistance, interventions, language support, and tutoring that will close the achievement gap level proficiency in ELA and Math as measured by district Benchmarks and CAASPP. (QS 1,3)

3. Promote student wellbeing 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)

4. Provide student enrichment and leadership skills by giving students a choice to engage in the enrichment development process. (Examples include STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math, Visual and Performing Arts, Physical Activities, Sports Camps, and Health/Wellness)). (QS 3, 4)

2022 Intersession Camps / Summer School

FUESD will offer four camps for the 22-23 school year. Each camp will be limited to 250 students in K-6 and 100 at Potter Junior High. All students who attend must be registered through the Boys and Girls Club afterschool program and complete a permission slip for the camps through the ELO Program.

Fall Camp
Fall Camp is a three-day camp focusing on academic enrichment through the lens of sea life and the ocean. This camp will culminate with a field trip to the LegoLand SeaLife Aquarium.

Winter Camp
Winter Camp is a three-day camp focusing on academic enrichment through the lens of STEM and Engineering. This camp will culminate with a field trip to the Legoland Park.

Spring Camp
Spring Camp is a three-day camp focusing on academic enrichment through the lens of STEM and College Readiness. This camp will culminate with a field trip to California State University San Marcos.

Saturday STEM Camp
Saturday STEM Camp is a one-day camp focusing on academic enrichment through the lens of STEM and College Readiness. The camp will take place at California State University San Marcos

Camp Locations
The Intersession Camps will run from 8:00 am-5:00 pm at the following locations:

    • Boys and Girls Club – All students who apply from La Paloma, William H Frazier, Live Oak, Maie Ellis, Mary Fay, and Fallbrook STEM
    • San Onofre Schoo – San Onofre Students
    • Potter Junior High – Current 7th/8th graders who attend Potter Junior High

Expanded Learning Program Attendance Requirements

In accordance with the California Education Code Section 8483(1)(a)(1) that provides funding for the Fallbrook Union Elementary School District’s Expanded Learning Program (E.L.O. P.), the following regulations regarding attendance and reasonable late daily arrival of pupils to the Before School program are required. It is the intent of the California Legislature that students participate in the full day of the program every day to accomplish program goals.

Please Note: Priority enrollment in the before-school ELO Program will be given to students who will utilize the program daily. The After School Program will adhere to the requirements of the Boys and Girls Club.

Afterschool Daily Minimum Attendance Requirements
Students MUST remain in the ELO at least 50 percent of the program’s operating hours every day school is in session & participate in the ELO until the time indicated on their early release form to be eligible for the After School Expanded Learning Program.

CONTACT US

Lillian Perez
Director of Expanded Learning Opportunities
lperez@fuesd.org

Araceli Archuleta Cazarez
Secretary III, ELO
aarchuletacazarez@fuesd.org
(760) 695-9877

Fallbrook STEM Academy
Anabeth Galan
adeleongalan@fuesd.org
(760)-847-9370

La Paloma Elementary
Vilma Rodriguez
vrodriguez@fuesd.org
(760)-731-4235

Live Oak Elementary
Sarai Rojas
srojas@fuesd.org
(760)-695-9411

Maie Ellis Elementary
Mayra Gutierrez
mmeza@fuesd.org
(760)-695-9696

Mary Fay Pendleton
Naoko Donigan
ndonigan@fuesd.org
(949)-325-6898

Potter Jr. High School
Lisa Mullins
lmullins@fuesd.org
(760)-731-4192

San Onofre School
Dena Dreisler
ddreisler@fuesd.org
(949)-325-6841

William H Frazier Elementary
Nasdira Romero
nromerosaravia@fuesd.org
(760)-695-9952

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.

321 Iowa St.
Fallbrook, CA 92028

(760) 731-5400

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