Extended Day Program

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    IMPORTANT INFORMATION

     

     

    Before you register for EDP, your child must be enrolled in your school’s hybrid program.  We will not be able to accommodate children who selected 100% distance learning.

     

    Priority will be given as follows:

     

    CVUSD Employees

    Homeless/Foster Youth 

    Essential Workers - based on the high priority list of “Essential Infrastructure Workers” according to the State Public Health Officer.

     

     

     

    Starting this 2020-2021 school year ALL CVUSD Middle School registrations will be online

     

     

    Click Here to Register

     

     

      

    JUMPSTART Program Blossom Valley and Rancho San Diego -   2020/2021 Jumpstart program is full.  Please email us to be added to the waitlist at edpadmin@cajonvalley.net.  

     

    CREST JUMPSTART: THE DISTRICT IS LOOKING INTO OPENING A FEE BASED JUMPSTART PROGRAM AT CREST ELEMENTARY FOR THE 2020/2021 SCHOOL YEAR.  THIS WILL BE BASED UPON THE ENROLLMENT OF A MINIMUM OF 24 STUDENTS.  IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN THIS PROGRAM PLEASE EMAIL US AT edpadmin@cajonvalley.net.

     

     

     


    Parent Information & Program Policies

    The mission of the Cajon Valley Union School District's Extended Day Program is to create an engaging, emotionally, and physically safe environment before and after school that promotes life-long learning, confidence, and communication in a validating, dependable, and structured environment.

    In order to keep students engaged before and after school, they will enjoy a wide array of ultra-engaging, high energy, and super-fun activities in a structured camp like setting. Student's academic, social, emotional, behavioral, and physical skills are enhanced in a safe and caring environment.

    The Extended Day Program is governed and regulated by the Cajon Valley Union School District, Special Education and Pupil Services Department.

    Our Extended Day Program strives to create an emotionally and physically safe environment for all students, every day, when parents are working or attending school. The program includes a nutritious snack, homework support, and academic activities that link to the common core standards. Enrichment activities are an important part of the program and include fine arts, science, literature, physical activity, sports, crafts, and cooperative games.

    Extended Day Programs are available at most Elementary and Middle school sites, with both fee based and subsidized programs available. Families approved for free or reduced lunch at subsidized sites may qualify for free or reduced rates. Alternative Payment Programs accepted.

    The Extended Day Program also offers Winter/Spring/Summer Camps. Learn more about these exciting activities!

     

    ASES sitesThese sites currently have state funding which subsidizes the Extended Day Program offering  free rates with attendance requirements.   Anza, Chase, Johnson, W.D. Hall, Bostonia Language Academy, Lexington, Madison, Meridian (PM only), Naranca.

    First priority shall go to pupils who are identified by the program as homeless youth, as defined by the federal Mckinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act (42 U.S.C. Sec. 11434a), at the time that they apply for enrollment or at any time during the school year, and to pupils who are identified by the program as being in foster care.  Second priority for enrollment will be given to students who can attend the full range of hours every day. Non-compliance with the attendance and late arrival policy may result in disenrollment from the program.

     

    Non-ASES sites: (Full rate sites $76.00 am only, $126.00 for pm only and $174.00 for am/pm care, fees are bi- weekly and due prior to service dates, no attendance requirements.   Fees will be due on the first and 16th of each month.   Low income families may seek payment assistance through outside agencies such as www.childcaresandiego.com phone: 1-800-481-2151): Avocado, Blossom Valley, Crest, Flying Hills, Fuerte, Jamacha, Rancho San Diego, Rios, Vista Grande)

     

     

Contact Us

  • Extended Day Program
    Cajon Valley Union School District
    750 E. Main Street 
    Room #10
    El Cajon, CA 92020

    Mailing Address
    P.O. Box 1566
    El Cajon, CA  92022-1007

    Fax: 619.579.4848 or 619.588.3673

    Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

    E-Mail:
    edpadmin@cajonvalley.net

    Kaarn Hopkins-Wolfe
    Program Supervisor
    619.590-2789

    Nicolle Starr
    Program Supervisor
    619.590.2789

    Yvonne Young
    Office Secretary
    619.590.2789

    Amanda Orwen
    Office Technician (Billing & Registration)
    (Chase, Flying Hills, Johnson, Magnolia,  Naranca & Rancho San Diego Elementary Schools, Hillsdale Middle School, Jumpstart Programs, Ed Services, and APP Family Accounts)
    619.441.6172

    Jessica Romero
    Office Technician (Billing & Registration)
    (For Elementary Schools and Middle Schools)
    619.441.5720

    Nanette Andrabado
    Accounting Technician
    619.588.3609