After School Expanded Learning Opportunities Program

  • "Expanded learning" means before school, after school, summer, or intersession learning programs that focus on developing the academic, social, emotional, and physical needs and interests of pupils through hands-on, engaging learning experiences.  

    It is the intent of the Legislature that expanded learning programs are pupil-centered, results-driven, include community partners, and complement, but do not replicate, learning activites in the regular school day and school year. 

    Click below for the TVUSD Expanded Learning Opportunities Program Plan:

    ELOP Plan


Did you know?

  • ELOP is required by AB130

    The Expanded Learning Opportunities Program is required by California Education Code Section 46120.  It states that LEAs must provide access to 50% of unduplicated pupils in grades TK-6 access to expanded learning opportunity programs.

    Students in TK-6th grade must have access to no less than 9 hours of combined instructional time and expanded learning opportunities daily. Including at least 30 non-school days. 

Who we will serve?

  • Unduplicated pupils are defined as foster youth, students receiving free or reduced priced meals, and English Learners.

What we will do?

  • -We welcome children of diverse backgrounds and abilities
    -Create structured environments for a combination of learning, enrichment, and play to extend the current instructional day
    -Focus on social/emotional growth and development of students
    -Collaborate with school sites to focus on their student's needs 


Quality Standards for Expanded Learning

  • Focus on 12 standards

    -Safe & Supportive Environment
    -Quality Staff
    -Active & Engaged Learning
    -Clear Vision, Mission, & Purpose
    -Skill Building -Collaborative Partnerships
    -Youth Voice & Leadership
    -Continuous Quality Improvement
    -Healthy Choices & Behaviors
    -Program Management
    -Diversity, Access, & Equity


Community Partners

  • At this time, we are contracting with Think Together for elementary programming and Boys & Girls Club of Southwest County for middle school programming.