• BASES Program Office
    31350 Rancho Vista Road Building 22
    Temecula, CA 92592
    Office Hours: 7:30am - 3:30pm



    Registration is online only, paper forms are no longer available.  A $50.00 Registration fee, per child, per year is due at time of registration. 

    If you have any questions please email the BASES Program Office at khaupt1@tvusd.us or lellings@tvusd.us



    Due to the order by the Governor and Riverside University Health System - Public Health, TVUSD schools and BASES sites are physically closed through June 19, 2020. 

    As part of the order, TVUSD's District office buildings are also closed until further notice.

    BASES will remain CLOSED over summer. 

    We anticipate providing services when schools physically reopen. 


    BASES 20/21 registration is closed for summer break.  Please check back August 1st. 




BASES Program Office Staff Name Staff Email Staff Phone
BASES Program Assistant Linda Ellings lellings@tvusd.us (951) 506-7992
BASES Program Technician Kimberly Haupt khaupt1@tvusd.us (951) 506-7061
BASES Program Coordinator Marilyn Skrbin mskrbin@tvusd.us (951) 506-7989

  • Before and After School Extended Services is TVUSD's childcare program for elementary school students.  Each center, held at select school sites, is supervised by caring, energetic and qualified staff.  

    In addition to offering children a safe environment before and after school, BASES also provides nurturing social interactions, recreational activities and intellectual stimulation. 




  • BASES extends the quality of each child's school experience through nurturing social interactions, recreational activities, emotional expression and intellectual stimulation.  Caring, energetic and qualified staff provide an environment which incorporates family, child and community while keeping them safe before and after school.  


  • Temecula Valley Unified School District BASES program is designed to serve children in grades TK-5th whose parents/guardians have work obligations; our goals for your students are:

    • To develop attitudes of caring, cooperation and sharing with children and adults
    • To foster awareness, understanding and respect for your peers, adults, family and community
    • To stimulate a curiosity for learning and the ability to be resourceful, to observe, think and problem solve
    • To encourage good work habits while caring for self, others, and their environment