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After School Care

As you may know, school ends at 2:30 p.m., and if you are working parents this may be pretty stressful, but sending your child to school shouldn't be a stressful situation.  Thankfully, there are a number of programs available for after school care both on and off campus.



Available for TK - Fifth Grade

Our before-school and after-school programs offer working parents a safe haven for their children outside regular school hours. We provide a staff-to-child ratio of 1:14 and year-round care by teachers who specialize in education and child development.

Our thoughtful curriculum includes homework time, fun enrichment classes and the chance to work with community organizations. Your child’s safety is our priority, so we also require all of our childcare staff to be certified in CPR, first aid and water safety. Every member of our team undergoes a thorough background check prior to employment.

As we recognize the importance of quality care for kids, financial assistance is available to qualifying families.

Protection, support, peace-of-mind.

For more information on our child care programs, please contact us

at 818 774 2840.
Financial assistance is available for families who may not be able to afford the full child care fees.  

For more information on applying for financial assistance, please email Minerva Contreras or call her at 818 668 2608.

For more information, fee schedules and application forms please visit:

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Beyond the Bell - Youth Services

Available to students in second -fifth grades

It is our firm belief that very child has a need and right to participate in the presence of a responsible, caring adult, in engaging activities that support achievement and promote social, emotional , and physical development beyond the regular school day.  Beyond the Bell ensures that all children in the Los Angeles Unified School District have access to high quality, safe, and supervised education, enrichment, and recreation programs that engage and inspire learning. 

The elementary school program is available for elementary school students in grades second through fifth/sixth.  The middle school program is provided for student in grades sixth through eighth.  Students must be able to participate independently in an environment of general supervision.  They need to be able to arrive and leave the program at their own discretion and with direction provided from their parent/guardian.  The student/participant must live in the residential area or attend another LAUSD school, i.e. magnet students, etc.  Note:  Independent charter and private school students are not eligible.


The Youth Services After School Program operates on school days from school dismissal until 6:00 p.m.  Parents and guardians must arrange ahead of time for how their child will be reunited with them at the conclusion of the program.  Any child not picked-up or allowed to walk home on their own prior to the conclusion of the program is considered “unattended” and supervising personnel will begin “late child” procedures.  If attempts to reunite the child with an authorized adult fail, supervising personnel will contact the Local Law Enforcement Agency for assistance and to take custody of the child.  Failure to consistently arrange for appropriate supervision of your child by the conclusion of the program will result in the student losing the privilege of participating in the program.


In order for a student to be approved to participate, the “Before and After-School Program Application/Agreement” must be completed and returned to the Beyond the Bell – Youth Services staff member on site.

For emergency purposes, parents/guardians are required to complete and maintain up-to-date telephone numbers and contact information.

Before and After School Program Application/Agreement (Dated August 1, 2015)






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