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Extended Learning Opportunities Program (ELO-P)

Starting with the 2022-23 school year, the Expanded Learning Opportunities Program (ELO-P) provides funding for afterschool and 30 days of intersession to provide enrichment programs for transitional kindergarten through fifth grade in California schools. FUSD is starting the school year with ELO-P programs on six campuses. Additional schools will be added.  Students identified "unduplicated" can participate the ELO-P program at no cost. Unduplicated refers to students who are designated in one or more of the following categories: English Learners, Foster Youth, homeless students, migrant students, and students who are free or reduced-price meal eligible under the National School Lunch Program (NSLP).

Schools with ELO-P programs:

  • Blacow Elementary School
  • Glenmoor Elementary School
  • Green Elementary School
  • Hirsch Elementary School
  • Maloney Elementary School
  • Vallejo Mill Elementary School

Three FUSD elementary schools also have extended care programs as part of the After School Education and Safety (ASES) Program 

  • Brier Elementary School
  • Cabrillo Elementary School
  • Grimmer Elementary School

If you have any questions about extended learning programs, please contact Steven Musto, FUSD Assistant Director of Extended Learning, at smusto@fusdk12.net.

At the July 27, 2022 FUSD Board of Education meeting, FUSD's 2022-23 FUSD ELO-P Plan (pdf) was approved.