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Expanded Learning Opportunities (ELO) Afterschool Programs

Due to Covid-19 MPUSD's ELO Department is not operating ASA/ASCA/CPY after school programs at this time. 
Dr. Stewart, Director ELO
Dr. Francine Ann Stewart
Director of ELO
Welcome to the Expanded Learning Opportunities Department!
Ensure that every child achieves academic and social excellence to be career, college, and life ready.
Empower students with the knowledge and skills necessary to become highly effective, culturally diverse citizens, through the daily use of dynamic hands-on academic and social enrichment activities.

There are four after- school programs available to MPUSD families.

1. After School Academy (ASA): A free, grant-based program and available for students in transitional kindergarten through 8th grade. Students are invited to the program based on teacher referral for academic or social need. Space is limited.

ASA is available at:
  • Crumpton Elementary
  • Del Rey Woods Elementary
  • Foothill Elementary
  • Highland Elementary
  • Marina Vista Vista Elementary
  • Martin Luther King Elementary
  • Ord Terrace Elementary
  • Los Arboles Middle
  • Seaside Middle
Enrollment is based on the following criteria by invitation only (no open enrollment):
  • Homeless/Foster (State mandated requirement)
  • Teacher Recommendation (Grant requirement based on Academic or Social/Emotional needs)
  • Siblings (Grant plan to keep the family unit together)
  • Prior Enrollment in ASA* (Grant plan to keep consistency for the student and family)
  • Prior good attendance, participation, and behavior in ASA (ASA is not a childcare of babysitting program. Grant requires a comprehensive program, including Academic Support, Enrichment Activities, and Nutrition opportunities, and to ensure that spots are filled by students that are benefiting from what is offered.)
  • Balancing grade level groups (Grant requirement to maintain the student/staff ratio)
Once all spots have been filled, a waiting list by grade level will be initiated. Waiting lists do not roll over from one year to the next. NOTE: There is no guarantee that once a student attended the program they will automatically be enrolled in the program for the following year. Special Education students are accepted and an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) meeting may be required prior to enrolling to be sure we are adequately trained to meet the needs of the student.

2. After School Campus Academy (ASCA): A fee-based program for students in grades transitional kindergarten through 5th grades.  Students are enrolled pending space availability at each site. Employee and income driven discounts are available.

ASCA is available at:
  • Monte Vista Elementary
  • Olson Elementary
  • La Mesa
  • Crumpton Elementary
  • Dual Language Academy of the Monterey Peninsula
  • Marina Vista Elementary
  • Marshall Elementary

3. Community Partnership for Youth (CPY): A low-cost community partnership program supervised by Shari Hastey of CPY. Staff are employees of CPY. http://cpy.org/

CPY is available at:
  • Del Rey Woods Elementary
  • Highland Elementary
  • Martin Luther King: School of the Arts
  • Ord Terrace Elementary
  • Walter Colton Middle School

4. Other Options: There are other community-based options that do not fall under the MPUSD Expanded Learning Opportunities umbrella but are provided here for your reference. 

Francine Stewart, JD PhD, Director
Expanded Learning Opportunities (ELO) ASA/ASCA
Email: fstewart@mpusd.net
Direct: 831-392-3944

Pat Barnes
Program Office Supervisor
Email: pbarnes@mpusd.net
Direct: 831-392-3944
District Services Center
(DSC) Bld 1
540 Canyon Del Rey,
Del Rey Oaks, CA 93940

Program Hours

ASA/ASCA operates every day that school is in session (180 days). Summer School and Intersession available depending on the school site.

Elementary Schools
Monday-Friday 2:25-6:00 pm Wednesdays 12:50-6:00 pm

Middle Schools
Monday-Friday 3:45-6:30 pm Wednesdays 2:30-6:30 pm
Program Evaluation
Every Spring the ELO Department distributes surveys to parents, students, and staff to gather feedback about our program. If you are interested in viewing our survey results, please contact the ELO office at 831.392.3933.