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2014 After School Guide A school year full of possibilities Afterschool programs provide great opportunities for young children and teens to learn new skills, complete homework in a supervised setting, play and stay active. This booklet is a resource to assist you in choosing the afterschool program that is best for your child.

Table of Contents

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Programs with Multiple Locations

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Bayview/Hunters Point

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Chinatown/Downtown/North Beach/Telegraph Hill

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Civic Center/Tenderloin/Western Addition/Japantown

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Excelsior/Ocean View/Ingleside/Lakeshore/Merced

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Haight-Ashbury/Hayes Valley/Panhandle

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Lake Merced/Stonestown

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Japantown/Nob Hill/Russian Hill

24–26 Mission/Bernal Heights/Noe Valley/Castro 26

Pacific Heights

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Potrero Hill/China Basin

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Richmond/Presidio

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SoMa

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Sunset/Parkside

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Visitacion Valley/Sunnydale/Portola

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West Portal/St. Francis Wood/Miraloma Park/Glen Park

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Children’s Council Parent Support Classes

445 Church St., San Francisco, CA 94114 415.276.2900 (main line) • 415.343.3300 (resource and referral line) www.childrenscouncil.org www.facebook.com/childrenscouncil


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About This Guide The 2014 Afterschool Resource Guide is produced with funding from San Francisco’s Department of Children, Youth and Their Families, and San Francisco’s Office of Early Care and Education. We also produce a Summer Resource Guide each year. If you would like to include a program or make a correction for next year’s guides, please contact Aaron Rosenthal at aaron@childrenscouncil.org. This guide features information on San Francisco-based afterschool programs for youth age 18 and under. Programs listed operate 4–5 days per week and typically provide care for 3–4 hours after the school day is over. For information on all afterschool enrichment enrichment classes, such as music, sports or dance classes, please visit www.sfkids.org. Programs listed take place during the school year, though some organizations operate their programs year-round. In some cases, scholarships or reduced-fee packages may be available for program participants. Many of the programs listed fill up quickly, so early registration is recommended. All program details are subject to change. For the most up-to-date information, please contact the programs directly. Children’s Council does not endorse or recommend any specific program included in this list. For free advice about choosing the program that best meets your family’s needs, please contact our Resource and Referral team: —— By phone at 415.343.3300 —— In person at 445 Church Street in San Francisco —— By email at rr@childrenscouncil.org Our Resource and Referral team is available Monday–Thursday from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm and Friday from 8:30 am to Noon. Our staff can provide assistance in English, Spanish, Russian, and Chinese. Please Note: All of the programs listed in this guide are located in San Francisco. To save space most program addresses are listed only with street address and ZIP Code.

Online Afterschool Resources For more information on afterschool programs, and advice on selecting an afterschool program that fits your family’s needs, visit: —— San Francisco Expanded Learning Collaborative, www.sfelc.org —— Afterschool Alliance, www.afterschoolalliance.org —— California After School Resource Center, www.californiaafterschool.org —— SFKids, www.sfkids.org


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Finding the Best Afterschool Program for Your Child Afterschool programs should meet key quality benchmarks in the areas of staffing, indoor and outdoor environments, program structure, and overall family fit. When selecting an afterschool program, parents should check with the program director to ensure that these quality benchmarks are met. Overall Family Fit First and foremost, an afterschool program must be a good fit for your family’s needs, by accommodating: —— Your budget, including basic program costs as well as any extras such as field trips —— Your scheduling needs, whether you need care for a few days, a week, or full time, including school holidays —— Your desired level of parental involvement —— Your parenting style and philosophy Staffing – Program staff should: —— Receive training on topics including health, safety, behavior management, cultural competence and child development —— Do a good job of maintaining order, especially during transitions between activities —— Treat children with respect and listen to what they have to say —— Make children feel welcome and comfortable —— Know each child’s interests, personality, culture and home language —— Help children learn by giving them opportunities to think for themselves —— Praise children when they cooperate, share, care for materials or join in activities —— Be responsive to the individual health needs of children —— Communicate clear, consistent expectations and limits to children Indoor and Outdoor Environments/Facilities – The environment and facilities should: —— Provide comfortable furniture for relaxing —— Provide quiet space for homework and tutoring —— Allow open space for all activities —— Feature a variety of safe play equipment —— Be clean —— Provide adequate heat, ventilation and light Program Structure – The program structure should: —— Allow for adequate supervision; staff ratio should be between 1:20 and 1:12 —— Give children a wide variety of activities to choose from —— Provide activities that are stimulating and well suited to the children’s interests and ages —— Provide a balance of recreational activities as well as assistance with homework, tutoring and other learning activities —— Balance activities to include structured and unstructured time, as well as teacher-directed and child-initiated experiences —— Foster the self-worth of each child, and develop the children’s self-care skills —— Develop personal and interpersonal social skills, and promote respect for cultural diversity —— Ensure that there are plenty of supplies for each activity —— Ensure that children receive healthy snacks —— Ensure that there are plenty of supplies for each activity For more information on quality for afterschool programs, visit the San Francisco Expanded Learning Collaborative at www.sfelc.org.


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Ages 5–9: What to Look for in an Afterschool Program Programs for children in this age range should offer: —— A wide variety of activities and choices, offered under a set routine —— Frequent individual interaction with adults —— Games with simple rules —— Quiet areas as well as noisy areas —— Outside experiences —— Imaginative play opportunities —— Some clear responsibilities like clean-up —— Projects that apply school day lessons about the family and community —— Opportunities to read aloud or silently, and to talk about books and ideas —— Matching, ordering and sorting activities —— Opportunities to apply arithmetic problems in real-world ways —— Small experiments with everyday products —— Nature walks and talks —— Opportunities to work with a variety of materials for projects —— Physical activities that do not emphasize competition, such as jump rope, marbles, jacks and kites —— Music, dance and drama opportunities Source: California After School Resource Center

Ages 10–13: What to Look for in an Afterschool Program Programs for children in this age range should offer: —— A wide variety of options —— Connections to real-world experiences —— Opportunities to interact in large and small groups as well as individual recognition —— Experiences that explore ethics and values with respected adults —— Opportunities to serve others —— Physical activity —— Opportunities for decision-making and leadership —— Opportunities to apply school day lessons through performances and projects —— Experiences emphasizing reasoning and problem solving in art, science and mathematics —— Quiet times for homework with adult help and peer help when needed —— Games that provide opportunities to practice basic skills, such as chess, checkers, puzzles and word games —— A wide range of reading activities with discussion of the ideas found in the books —— Experiences built on a wide diversity of cultures and ethnic groups Source: California After School Resource Center


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Ages 14–18: What to Look for in an Afterschool Program Programs for children in this age range should offer: —— Opportunities to discuss and address physical risk, including smoking, drugs, drinking and sexual activity —— Opportunities to tutor younger children —— Opportunities to show competence in a public setting —— Individual projects as well as teamwork in small and large groups —— Substantial choice with clear limits —— Opportunities to express feelings through projects and activities —— One-on-one opportunities to talk with adults —— Loud and quiet areas and activities —— Discussions of diverse ideas and opinions with adults and peers —— Specific help with skill areas that are causing problems —— Opportunities to catch up or move ahead with academic interests —— Opportunities to work on school projects and papers with library and Internet support —— Problem solving and reasoning skills practice Source: California After School Resource Center

Considerations for Youth with Special Needs Inclusive programs for youth should: —— Make a commitment to integrate youth with special needs with other children, and to encourage the development of peer relationships —— Educate staff on inclusive practices and the nature of disabilities affecting youth —— Find ways to make accommodations so that youth with special needs can participate fully in programming Program staff should learn as much as possible about each individual child, and ask parents questions such as: —— What are some of the things your child does with the most interest and enthusiasm? —— When your child is upset, what helps to soothe them? —— What kinds of situations does your child find stressful or upsetting? —— At this time, what could we do to support your child related to: †† Eating and drinking? †† Preparing for transitions? †† Going to the bathroom? †† Playing alone or with others? †† Managing clothes? †† Any specific frustrations related to being in groups? —— What have you noticed about your child’s sensitivities, if any, with regard to: †† Touch, such as any physical sensations that your child enjoys or wants to avoid? †† Attraction to or avoidance of light? †† Attraction to or avoidance of sound? —— Is there any information we should know related to food allergies, environmental health or safety, or other individual safety needs? —— How would your child like to be introduced to the staff and the other children in the program? —— What are your concerns about your child’s participation in this program? —— Is there anything else you would like to share that will help us make this a positive experience for your child? Source: California After School Resource Center


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Multiple Locations in San Francisco Japanese Community Youth Council

1596 Post Street, 1st Floor – 94133 Contact: Kristin Tatum 415.921.5537 www.jcycedhub.org edhub@jcyc.org Description: At AACE Educational Services, experienced tutors provide small group tutoring to 30 students in a classroom setting to help youth develop academic skills. Additionally, we provide college presentations and one-on-one advising to San Francisco county residents between the ages of 11 and 27 FREE of charge. Cost: Free Eligibility: Enrollment at each site is limited to students at that school. Balboa High School 1000 Cayuga Avenue – 94112 Denman Middle School 241 Oneida Avenue – 94112 Francisco Middle School 2190 Powell Street – 94133 George Washington High School 600 32nd Avenue – 94121 Galileo Academy of Science and Technology 1150 Francisco Street – 94109 Roosevelt Middle School 460 Arguello Blvd – 94118

Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco

Harold Love – hlove@kidsclub.org 415.445.5481 www.kidsclub.org Description: The programs of Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco (BGCSF) impact the lives of young people by helping them to develop the values, skills, attitudes, character and behavior that will enable them to succeed in life. So when youth leave the Club at age 18, they are “future ready,” with the ability to make positive choices and lead a selfsufficient life. Contact each site for enrollment details and schedule. Columbia Park Clubhouse 450 Guerrero Street – 94110 415.983.3901 Ernest Ingold Clubhouse 1950 Page Street – 94117 415.221.6100 Excelsior Clubhouse 163 London Street – 94112 415.334.2582 Mission Clubhouse 901 Alabama Street – 94110 415.400.8900 Sunnydale Clubhouse 1654 Sunnydale Avenue – 94134 415.584.5028 Tenderloin Clubhouse 115 Jones Street – 94102 415.351.3125 Treasure Island Clubhouse 401 13th Street – 94130 415.362.1383 Visitacion Valley Clubhouse 251 Leland Street – 94134 415.239.2392 Willie Mays Boys & Girls Club at Hunters Point 195 Kiska Road – 94124 415.655.5160


7 SFUSD Early Education Schools

555 Franklin Street – 94102 415.750.8500 www.sfusd.edu Description: The School Age program provides a balance of academics, enrichment and recreational activities for children in Kindergarten through fifth grades. The program provides a high quality, safe and secure place for children after school and whenever school is not in session. The children in the School Age program come from diverse economic, racial, ethnic, linguistic and family backgrounds including children with special needs. Cost and Enrollment: To be eligible for subsidized services, parents/guardians must meet income criteria and be employed, in training, in school, seeking employment or medically incapacitated. Sliding scale family fees, ranging from $1.10 to $9.18 per day, may apply depending on income level. If not eligible forsubsidized services, a family pays a monthly tuition of $460 per child. Enrollment forms are available at www.sfusd.edu. Bret Harte Early Education School 950 Hollister Avenue – 94124 415.330.1545, cc908@sfusd.edu Monday–Friday, 2:45–5:45 pm Grades K–5 Bryant Early Education School 1060 York Street – 94110 415.695.5784, cc911@sfusd.edu Monday–Friday, 1:50–5:30 pm Grades K–4 Commodore Stockton Early Education School 1 Trenton Street – 94108 415.291.7932, cc915@sfusd.edu Monday–Friday, 2:15–5:45 pm Grades K–4 Daniel Webster Early Education School 465 Missouri Street – 94107 415.920.5076, cc918@sfusd.edu Monday–Friday, 1:45–6:00 pm Grades K–5 Dr. Charles Drew Early Education School 50 Pomona Street – 94124 415.330.1546, cc905@sfusd.edu Monday–Friday, 4:00–5:45 pm Grades K–3

Excelsior at Guadalupe Early Education School 859 Prague Street – 94112 415.469.4753, cc925@sfusd.edu Monday–Friday, 2:30–5:45 pm Grades K–3 Excelsior at Monroe Early Education School 260 Madrid Street – 94112 415.469.4771, cc926@sfusd.edu Monday–Friday, 2:15–5:30 pm Grades K–5, Must attend Monroe Elementary Francis Scott Key Early Education School 1530 43rd Avenue – 94122 415.759.2665, cc928@sfusd.edu Monday–Friday, 1:50–5:45 pm Grades K–4 Frank McCoppin Child Development Center 651 6th Avenue – 94118 415.750.8495, cc930@sfusd.edu Monday–Friday, 2:30–6:00 pm Grades K–5, Must attend McCoppin Elementary School Jean Parker Early Education School 840 Broadway – 94133 415.291.7967, cc945@sfusd.edu Monday–Friday, 2:30–6:00 pm Grades K–5 Jefferson Early Education School 1325 18th Avenue – 94122 415.759.2795, cc947@sfusd.edu Monday–Friday, 2:30–5:45 pm Grades K–5 John McLaren Early Education School 2055 Sunnydale Avenue – 94134 415.469.4519, cc950@sfusd.edu Monday–Friday, 2:15–5:45 pm Grades K–5 Junipero Serra Annex Early Education School 155 Appleton Street – 94110 415.920.5138, cc955@sfusd.edu Monday–Friday, 2:30–5:45 pm Grades K–5 Junipero Serra Early Education School 625 Holly Park Circle – 94110 415.695.5922, cc953@sfusd.edu Monday–Friday, 2:30–5:45 pm Grades K–5


8 Las Americas Early Education School 801 Treat Avenue – 94110 415.695.5746, cc921@sfusd.edu Monday–Friday, 1:45–6:00 pm Grades K–5

Redding Early Education School 1421 Pine Street – 94109 415.749.3549, cc980@sfusd.edu Monday–Friday, 2:30–5:45 pm Grades K–5

Leola M. Havard Early Education School 1520 Oakdale Avenue – 94124 415.695.5660, cc910@sfusd.edu Monday–Friday, 2:00–6:00 pm Grades K–5

San Miguel Early Education School 300 Seneca Avenue – 94112 415.469.4756, cc987@sfusd.edu Monday–Friday, 2:10–5:45 pm Grades K–4

Leonard R. Flynn Early Education School 3125 Cesar Chavez – 94110 415.695.5782, cc962@sfusd.edu Monday–Friday, 2:40–6:00 pm Grades K–5

Sarah B. Cooper Early Education School 940 Filbert Street – 94133 415.749.3550, cc983@sfusd.edu Monday–Friday, 2:00–5:30 pm Grades K–4

Noriega Early Education School 1775 44th Avenue – 94122 415.759.2853, cc928@sfusd.edu Monday–Friday, 1:50–6:00 pm Grades K–3

Spring Valley Early Education School 1451 Jackson Street – 94109 415.749.3590, cc986@sfusd.edu Monday–Friday, 2:15–5:45 pm Grades K–5

Presidio Early Education School Building 387, Presidio National Park – 94129 415.561.5822, cc975@sfusd.edu Monday–Friday, 2:00–6:00 pm Grades K–5

Sutro Early Education School 235 12th Avenue – 94118 415.750.8524, cc988@sfusd.edu Monday–Friday, 2:30–6:00 pm Grades K–5

Raphael Weill Early Education School 1501 O’Farrell Street – 94115 415.749.3548, cc977@sfusd.edu Monday–Friday, 1:50–5:30 pm Grades K–5

Tule Elk Park Early Education School 2100 Greenwich Street – 94123 415.749.3551, cc997@sfusd.edu Monday–Friday, 2:00–5:30 pm Grades K–4


9 SFUSD ExCEL After School Programs

20 Cook Street – 94118 415.750.4500 www.healthiersf.org/excelafterschool Description: The ExCEL After School Program’s mission is to create and sustain “safe havens” at public schools where students and community members can access expanded learning opportunities and integrated education, health, social service, and cultural programs in the out-ofschool hours. ExCEL operates over 90 afterschool programs in elementary schools, K–8 schools, middle schools, and high schools throughout San Francisco. Cost and Enrollment: The ExCEL program is free to families. ExCEL sites are operated in partnership with community-based organizations. Please see below for enrollment and contact details by school. A.P. Giannini Middle School 3145 Ortega Street – 94122 Nathaniel Carter – ncarter@snbc.org, 415.242.2559 Must attend A.P. Giannini Abraham Lincoln High School 2162 24th Street – 94116 Ramany Slim – RSim@ymcasf.org, 415.759.2700 x3146 Drop-in program for Lincoln students Alvarado Elementary School 625 Douglass Street – 94114 Nancy Velasco – ncarolvelasco@yahoo.com 415.695.5695 Aptos Middle School 105 Aptos Street – 94127 Evan Atkinson – EAtkinson@ymcasf.org, 415.760.4440 Students must attend Aptos, be referred by school staff, meet socioeconomic criteria, and attend at least nine hours per week. Argonne Elementary School 680 18th Avenue – 94121 Patricia Kaussen – patricia@rdnc.org, 415.751.6600 Students must attend Argonne and attend five days per week. Balboa High School 1000 Cayuga Avenue – 94112 Natalie Gomez – ngomez@omiebeacon.org Bessie Carmichael Elementary School 375 7th Street – 94103 Bryan Lamoreau – blamoreau09@gmail.com Enrollment based on staff referral and socioeconomic need.

Bret Harte Elementary School 950 Hollister Avenue – 94124 Daniel Miranda – dmiranda@bacr.org, 415.330.1520 Bryant Elementary School 2641 25th Street – 94110 Paloma Lopez – paloma@missiongraduates.org 415.695.5780 Buena Vista Horace Mann K–8 3351 23rd Street – 94110 Jessica Linares – jessica@jamestownsf.org Must live in or attend school in Mission District Burton High School 400 Mansell Street – 94134 Yana Mayevskaya – YMayavskaya@ymcasf.org 415.469.4550 x13200 Carver Elementary School 1360 Oakdale Avenue – 94124 Aja Pijeaux – apijeaux@ymcasf.org Must attend Carver and be referred by school staff Cesar Chavez Elementary School 825 Shotwell Street – 94110 Saul Anaya – saula@jamestownsf.org, 415.695.3015 Charles Drew Alternative School 50 Pomona Street – 94124 Shamilah Ivory – sivory@ymcasf.org, 415.330.1526 Chinese Education Center 657 Merchant Street – 94111 Jessica Chen – jhchen14@gmail.com, 415.748.3561 School staff referral required Chinese Immersion School at DeAvila Afterschool Program 1351 Haight Street – 94117 415.931.9622 Enrollment based on school. Must be referred by school staff and attend minimum 3 days per week. Claire Lilienthal Learning Academy 3630 Divisadero Street – 94132 Ramiro Lule – rlule@ymcasf.org, 415.749.1869 Must attend Claire Lilienthal Cleveland Elementary School 455 Athens Street – 94112 Kevin Lacy – klacy@bacr.org 415.469.4709 Commodore Sloat Elementary School 50 Darien Way – 94127 Miranda Vasquez – mvasquez@ymcasf.org 415.850.2228, 415.242.7100


10 Daniel Webster 465 Missouri Street – 94107 Vandor Hill – vandor@asepsf.org, 415.813.8020 Downtown High School 693 Vermont Street – 94107 Jorge Solorzano – jsolorzano@ymcasf.org 415.695.5860 William Cobb Elementary School 2725 California Street – 94115 Megan Lamb – melamb14@gmail.com, 415.307.3857 Must be referred by school staff and attend minimum three days per week. ER Taylor Elementary School 423 Burrows Street – 94134 Gabby Guinea – gguinea@bacr.org, 415.330.1530 El Dorado Elementary School 70 Delta Street – 94134 415.330.1537 Everett Middle School 450 Church Street – 94114 Ruben Urbina – rurbina63@sbcglobal.net 415.241.6344 Fairmount Elementary School 65 Chenery Street – 94131 Katy Newman – k.newman@gloinc.org, 415.824.1236 415.753.1113 Francis Scott Key Elementary School 1530 43rd Avenue – 94122 Annie Ma – ama@snbc.org, 415.759.3403, 415.775.2636 Must attend Francis Scott Key and be referred by school staff. Francisco Middle School 2190 Powell Street – 94133 Theresa Alvarez – talvarez@tel-hi.org, 415.398.5015 Galileo Academy 1150 Francisco Street – 94109 Norah Ledoux – NLedoux@tel-hi.org 415.749.3430 x3119, 415.749.3430 Garfield Elementary School 420 Filbert Street – 94133 Jennifer Zhang – jenniferz@cycsf.org, 415.519.0780 Referral by school staff required; must attend five days per week. George Moscone Elementary School 2576 Harrison Street – 94110 Eric Chen – ericc@ccycsf.org

George Peabody Elementary School 251 6th Avenue – 94118 Heather Franco – heather@rdnc.org Must attend Peabody and attend five days per week. Glen Park Elementary School 151 Lippard Avenue – 94131 Susan Tramontana – susantramontana@gmail.com, 415.261.0716 Gordon Lau Elementary School 450 Clay Street – 94111 Jonathan Cheung – jcheung@ymcasf.org, 415.933.0013 Must attend Gordon Lau and be referred by school staff. Grattan Elementary School 165 Grattan Street – 94117 Michelle Menegaz – mjmenegaz@gmail.com 415.759.2815 Must attend Grattan Guadalupe Elementary School Guadalupe Elementary School 859 Prague Street – 94112 Kristy Kennady – kkennady@bacr.org, 415.469.4718 Harvey Milk Elementary School 4235 19th Street – 94114 Shiante Lewis – slewis@ymcasf.org, 415.241.6276 Hillcrest Elementary School 810 Silver Avenue – 94134 Jibraan Lee – Jibraanlee@gmail.com Hoover Middle School 2290 14th Avenue – 94116 Ray Silva/ Esperanza Velarde – rsilva@ymcasf.org, EVelarde@ymcasf.org, 415.832.0622 Must attend Hoover, be referred by school staff and meet socioeconomic criteria. Must attend at least nine hours per week. Horace Mann Middle School 3351 23rd Street – 94110 Leigh Carter – leigh@jamestownsf.org, 415.401.8815 Must live in or attend school in Mission district; minimum three days per week. Ida B. Wells High School 1099 Hayes Street – 94117 lmaneca Cabrera – ecabrera@ymcasf.org 415.241.6315 International Studies Academy 655 De Haro Street – 94107 Francesca Gonzalez – fgonzalez@ymcasf.org, 415.641.1507, 415.695.5866


11 James Denman Middle School 241 Oneida Avenue – 94112 Jessica Ekstrom/Olivia McArthur jekstrom@omiebeacon.org omcarthur@omiebeacon.org, 415.406.1290 Must attend Denman, be referred by school staff and meet socioeconomic criteria. James Lick Middle School 1220 Noe Street – 94114 Cindy Aguilar – cindy@jamestownsf.org, 415.695.2497 Must attend James Lick and attend minimum three days per week. Jean Parker Elementary School 840 Broadway Street – 94133 Pahoua Lee – pahua.lis@gmail.com, 415.933.0134 Must attend Parker, be referred by school staff and attend five days per week. Jefferson Elementary School 1725 Irving Street – 94122 415.759.2821 John Muir Elementary School 380 Webster Street – 94117 Maysha Jackson – mjackson@ymcasf.org 415.749.2714 Preference given to John Muir students John O’Connell High School 2355 Folsom Street – 94110 Patricia Barraza – pbarraza@ymcasf.org 415.695.5370 John Yehall Chin Elementary School 350 Broadway Street – 94133 Simon Lam – simon.lam.k@gmail.com 415.307.4203 Referral from school staff required. Jose Ortega Elementary School 400 Sargent Street – 94132 Grace Toyomura – GToyomura@ymcasf.org 415.283.6999 June Jordan for Equity High School 325 La Grande Avenue – 94112 Mehr Enayati – menayati@kidsclub.org 415.452.4922 Junipero Serra Elementary School 625 Holly Park Circle – 94110 Cesar Hernandez – cesarh84@yahoo.com 415.695.5923

Lafayette Elementary School 4545 Anza Street – 94121 Shirley Nhan – shirleynahn637@yahoo.com 415.751.6600 Must attend Lafayette Lakeshore Elementary School 220 Middlefield Drive – 94132 Mimi Sarkisian – msarkisian@bacr.org 415.759.2825 Lawton Alternative School 1570 31st Avenue – 94122 Maggie Bruening – MBruening@ymcasf.org Middle school students must attend nine hours per week. Leonard Flynn Elementary School 3125 Cesar Chavez Street – 94110 Eugenia Miranda eugenia.miranda@readingpartners.com 415.401.5086 Longfellow Elementary School 755 Morse Street – 94112 Elina Gonzalez – egonzalez@bacr.org 415.469.4730 Malcolm X Academy 350 Harbor Road – 94124 Kevin Wilson – kwilson@ymcasf.org, 415.695.5950 Must attend Malcolm X, be referred by school staff and meet socioeconomic criteria. Marina Middle School 3500 Fillmore Street – 94123 Leslye Lugo – llugo@ymcasf.org, 415.351.3180 Must attend Marina Middle School Marshall Elementary School 1575 15th Street – 94103 Natalie Guandique – natalie@missiongraduates.org 415.864.3815 Must attend Marshall and attend program five days per week. Martin Luther King School 350 Girard Street – 94134 Jacynta Jordan – jjordan@ymcasf.org, 415.313.1593 McKinley Elementary School 1025 14th Street – 94114 Joshua Broadhead – joshua@asepsf.org, 415.863.9917 Enrollment based on school. Socioeconomic criteria applies. Attendance required five days per week.


12 Miraloma Elementary School 175 Omar Way – 94127 Marina MIsculin – mmisculin@ymcasf.org 415.690.6403 Must attend Miraloma, be referred by school staff and meet socioeconomic criteria. Must attend five days per week. Mission Education Center 65 Chenery Street – 94131 Maria Picazo – mpicazo@bacr.org, 415.695.5313 415.695.5313 Mission High School 3750 18th Street – 94114 Jay Pugao – jay@sfcess.org Monroe Elementary School 260 Madrid Street – 94112 Javier GUzman – jgguzman@ymcasf.org 415.350.7647 Must attend Monroe, be referred by school staff and attend five days per week. Paul Revere College Preparatory School 555 Tompkins – 94110 TJ Stadian/Gabriel Haas – tj@sfcess.org;gabriel@ sfcess.org Presidio Middle School 450 30th Avenue – 94121 Cody Aguirre – cody@rdnc.org, 415.831.6084 Must attend Presidio Redding Elementary School 1421 Pine Street – 94109 Tony Yu – tonyy@cycsf.org Enrollment based on school; referral by school staff required. Robert Louis Stevenson Elementary School 2051 34th Avenue – 94116 Helena Silva – hsilva@snbc.org, 415.937.2227 Must attend Stevenson and attend program five days per week. Roosevelt Middle School 460 Arguello Boulevard – 94118 Cassandra Terry – rvbeaconrms@gmail.com 415.221.4565 Must attend Roosevelt Rosa Parks Elementary School 1501 O’Farrell Street – 94115 Jason Furie – jfurie@ymcas.org Must be referred by school staff and attend minimum three days per week.

San Francisco Community School 125 Excelsior Avenue – 94122 Jasmin Douville – jdouville@bacr.org San Francisco International High School 3750 18th Street – 94110 Nakachi Clark-Kasimu – nakachi@reftrans.org Sanchez Elementary School 325 Sanchez Street – 94114 Sedey Gebreyes – sgebreyes@bacr.org, 415.241.6380 x3410 Must attend Sanchez Sheridan Elementary School 431 Capitol Avenue – 94132 Alvin Dizon – adizon@ymcasf.org, 415.850.1136 Must attend Sheridan, be referred by school staff and meet socioeconomic criteria. Must attend five days per week. Sherman Elementary School 1651 Union Street – 94123 Becca Vershbow/ Beth Guy – bethguy81@gmail.com, 415.545.8375, 415.749.3530 Spring Valley Science Magnet Elementary School 1451 Jackson Street – 94109 Misa Nguyen – springvalleyexcel@gmail.com 415.235.0704 Must be referred by school staff and attend five days per week. Starr King Elementary School 1215 Carolina Street – 94107 Mary Cunnie – Mcunnie@ymcasf.org Must attend Starr King, be referred by school staff and meet socioeconomic criteria. Sunnyside Elementary School 250 Foerster Street – 94122 Cecilia Roman – croman@bacr.org, 415.469.4778 Sunset Elementary School 1920 41st Avenue – 94116 Allan Ma – allanma@snbc.org, 415.531.3938 Must attend Sunset and attend program five days per week. Sutro Elementary School 235 12th Avenue – 94118 Jeff Hawkins – jhawkins@ymcasf.net, 415.606.6654 Tenderloin Community School 627 Turk Street – 94102 Jeff Bostic – jeff@upontop.org, 415.225.6558


13 Thurgood Marshall High School 45 Conkling Street – 94124 Eddie Samaan/ LeNeac Weathersby e.a.samaan@gmail.com, ljaneweathers@gmail.com

GLO at Alvarado 625 Douglass Street – 94114 Grades K–5 Melissa Serrano – m.serrano@gloinc.org, 415.285.7756

Ulloa Elementary School 2650 42nd Avenue – 94116 Rebecca Wong – rewong@snbc.org, 415.730.4413 Must attend Ulloa and attend program five days per week.

GLO at Chinese Immersion School at DeAvila 1250 Waller Street – 94117 Grades K–3 Chris Krupa – c.krupa@gloinc.org, 415.701.9800

Visitacion Valley Elementary School 55 Schwerin Street – 94134 Jacquelyn Severino – jseverino@ymcasf.org 415.601.6670 Must attend Visitacion Valley elementary, be referred by school staff and attend five days per week. Visitacion Valley Middle School 450 Raymond Avenue – 94134 Erica Hernandez – erica@rocksf.org, 415.260.8774 Must live in or attend school in Visitacion Valley; minimum three days per week. Wallenberg High School 40 Vega Street – 94115 Casey Peterson – caseympeterson@gmail.com Must attend Wallenberg High Washington High School 600 32nd Avenue, T3 – 94121 Rena Payan – rpayan@rvbeacon.org, 415.750.8554 Enrollment based on school Yick Wo Elementary School 2245 Jones Street – 94133 Yvonne Amataga – yua032791@yahoo.com 415.749.3577

Growth and Learning Opportunities

1560 Noriega Street, Suite 206 – 94122 415.753.1113 www.gloinc.org Description: Children attending GLO learn leadership skills, develop meaningful friendships, perform in special events, gain confidence, receive academic support, and gain a sense of the world around them and a desire to affect positive change in their communities. Visit the Web site listed above for site-specific program details, and see below for site contact information. GLO at Alice Fong Yu 1541 12th Avenue – 94122 Grades K–5 Stefanie Taunton – s.taunton@gloinc.org

GLO at Dianne Feinstein 2550 25th Avenue – 94116 Grades K–5 Sinoi Mataalii – s.mataalii@gloinc.org, 415.694.0960 GLO at Fairmount 65 Chenery Street – 94131 Grades K–5 Katy Newman – k.newman@gloinc.org, 415.824.1236 GLO at West Portal 5 Lenox Way – 94127 Grades K–5 Chrystal Ellis – c.ellis@gloinc.org, 415.242.8641

San Francisco Beacon Initiative

1390 Market Street, Suite 900 – 94102 415.554.8990 www.sfbeacon.org Description: Beacon centers coordinate after-school programs with activities including academic development, computer classes, sports, music, arts, and writing. Visit the website listed above for site-specific program details, including ages served, and see below for site contact information. BAYVIEW HUNTERS POINT Burton High School 400 Mansell Street – 94134 Carol Hill – chill@ymcasf.org, 415.469.4550 ext. 13253 CHINATOWN – NORTH BEACH Francisco Middle School 2190 Powell Street – 94133 Jora Atienza Washington – jwashington@tel-hi.org 415.956.1234 MISSION Everett Middle School 450 Church Street – 94114 Marco Durazo – marco@missiongraduates.org


14 OMI/EXCELSIOR James Denman Middle School 241 Oneida Avenue – 94112 Joni Tam Chu – jtamchu@omiebeacon.org 415.406.1290, ext. 105 RICHMOND George Washington High School 600 32nd Avenue – 94121 Michelle Cusano – mcusano@rvbeacon.org 415.750.8554 SUNSET A.P. Giannini Middle School 3151 Ortega Street – 94122 Annie Ma – ama@snbc.org Francis Scott Key Elementary School 1530 43rd Avenue – 94122 Annie Ma – ama@snbc.org Sunset Elementary School 1920 41st Avenue – 94122 Allan Ma – allanma@snbc.org Ulloa Elementary School 2650 42nd Avenue – 9416 Rebecca Wong – rewong@snbc.org Robert Louis Stevenson Elementary School 2051 34th Avenue – 94116 Helena Silva – hsilva@snbc.org West Sunset Rec Connect 3223 Ortega Street – 94122 Mandy McGowen – amcgowen@snbc.org VISITACION VALLEY Visitacion Valley Middle School 450 Raymond Avenue – 94134 Bien-Elize Roque-Nido – bien@rocksf.org 415.260.8774 WESTERN ADDITION John Muir Elementary School 380 Webster Street – 94117 Maysha Jackson – mjackson@ymcasf.org 415.749.2714

San Francisco Recreation and Parks

Administrative address: 501 Stanyan Street – 94117 415.831. 6800 www.sfreconline.org Ages: Grades K–5 Description: San Francisco’s Recreation and Parks department offers a structured after school experience that provides a safe and nurturing environment for youth in grades K–5 to develop life long recreation and leisure skills. Components include homework assistance, an environment that will promote literacy, encourage communication and empowerment skills while providing recreation activities that include sports, group games, arts and culture, community exploration and seasonal special events. All staff and volunteers receive background checks and are trained in safety skills. Start times may vary based on school release time. Most sites operate from 2:30 – 5:30 pm five days per week. Full school year fee is $720.00. Parents can pay the entire fee upon registration. Payment plans are also available: $180 due upon registration and again on 10/1/14, 1/1/15 & 3/1/15. Bernal Heights Rec Center 500 Moultrie – 94110; 415.695.5007 Betty Ann Ong Chinese Rec Center 1199 Mason Street @ Washington – 94108 415.359.9103 Douglass Playground 1100 Douglass Street @ 26th Street – 94114 415.695.5017 Jackson Playground 1501 17th Street @ Arkansas – 94107; 415.554.9527 Joseph Lee Rec Center 1395 Mendell Street – 94124; 415.822.9040 Louis Sutter Playground 555 Yale Street @ University – 94134; 415.584.6106 Midtown Terrace Playground 280 Olympia Way – 94131; 415.753.7036 Miraloma Playground 25 Omar Way @ Sequoia – 94127; 415.337.4704 Mission Playground 3555 19th Street @ Linda – 94110; 415.206.1546 Potrero Hill Rec Center 801 Arkansas Street – 94107; 415.695.5009 West Portal Playground 190 Lenox Way @ Ulloa – 94127; 415.753.7038


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Bayview/Hunters Point Bayview/Hunters Point YMCA

1601 Lane Street – 94124 Celestino Ellington – cellington@ymcasf.org 415.822.7728 www.ymcasf.org Ages: Grades K–12 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: Call for details Days/times: Monday–Friday, 2:30–6:00 pm Fees: $125–150 per year Description: The program offers tutoring and extracurricular activities such as sports, games, and arts & crafts. Staff works with parents to address issues and monitor academic performance. Kids ages 5 to 13 can participate in the Junior Giants baseball league. Teens can join the Just for Girls or Just for Fellas Middle School Clubs. It is an organization that fosters leadership, good health and nutrition, good values, and self-confidence. The center features a recording studio, fitness center, gym, computer lab and lounge. Activities include self-awareness and prevention workshops, employment assistance, college and career support, and field trips.

College Track

4301 3rd Street – 94124 Jonathan Beauford – info@collegetrack.org 415.206.9995 www.collegetrack.org Ages: Grades 9–12 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: Call for details Days/times: Monday–Friday, 4:00–7:00 pm Fees: Free Description: College Track is an afterschool college preparatory program that helps students from under-resourced communities graduate from high school and succeed in college. College Track sets high expectations for student achievement and offers a variety of programs in four core service areas: Academic Affairs, Student Life, College Affairs and College Success. These core program areas are designed to ensure that College Track graduates not only receive admission to college, but are also fully prepared to succeed in that environment when they arrive. Eligibility: Application and interview required. Enrolled on a first come, first served basis.

Hunters Point Family – Gilman Playground Rec Connect

Gilman Avenue z2 Griffith Street – 94124 Takai Tyler – takai@hunterspointfamily.org 415.822.8895 www.hunterspointfamily.org Ages: 10–18 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: First day of SFUSD Days/times: Monday–Friday, 12:00–7:00 pm Fees: Free Description: With Gilman Playground as its base, the program features events, classes, and drop-in activities for kids of all ages. They offer enrichment and physical activity programs including: Tree Frog Treks, cooking classes, basketball, drumming, Streetside Stories, arts & crafts, tumbling, Hip Hop dancing, games, field trips and special community events.

Providence Foundation of San Francisco After School Tutorial Program

1601 Mckinnon Avenue – 94124 Patricia N. Doyle – 415.642.0234 Ages: Grades K–8 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: First day of SFUSD Days/times: Monday–Friday, 3:00–6:00 pm Fees: Free Description: Our program specializes in language arts, math, reading, poetry, video journalism, dance, modeling, double dutch, and arts & crafts.


16 FACES-SF

100 Whitney Young Circle Lawland Long – llong@fcs-wycdc.org 415.567.2357, ext. 116 Ages: Grades K–6 Dates: Call for details Times: Monday–Friday, 7:30 am–6:00 pm Fees: Call for details Description: The Empowering Today’s Youth for Tomorrow program provides a safe, nurturing and enriching environment. Available for before and after school care.

Hunters Point Family – GIRLS 2000

Takai Tyler – takai@hunterspointfamily.org 1800 Oakdale Avenue – 94124 415.822.8895 www.hunterspointfamily.org Ages: 10–21 Dates: Call for details Times: Monday-Friday, until 8:00 pm Fees: Call for details Description: GIRLS 2000 is a bustling safe haven where girls give and receive support as they overcome the complex challenges they face in becoming self-fulfilled individuals, future leaders and role models in their community. Through project-based learning and opportunities to exercise leadership, girls gain the knowledge, skills and self-confidence required to participate fully in their own empowerment process.

Willie Brown Youth Center

1652 Sunnydale Avenue – 94134 Kim Mitchell – kimmitchel1@hotmail.com 415.584.6099 Ages: 12 years and older Deadline: Ongoing Start date: Year-round programs Days/times: Monday–Friday, until 9:00 pm Fees: Free Description: The Center provides a variety of vocational, recreational, educational and social services to youth ages 12 years and older. The Center is located within the Sunnydale Public Housing Development. It serves a diverse group of young people from the housing development as well as neighborhood communities.

The Vision Academy

141 Industrial Street – 94124 Tenny Ma – tenny@thevisionacademy.org 415.886.7591 www.thevisionacademy.org Ages: Grades K–6 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: Monday, August 18 Days/times: Monday–Friday, 3:00–6:00 pm Fees: Based on income, free for qualifying families Description: The Vision Academy’s goal is to create well-rounded students by exposing them to sports, art, chess and music. By equipping the children with the tools necessary to achieve their own personal vision of success, The Vision Academy creates innovative future leaders. Experienced staff have been involved with organizations like Playworks, Americorps, Making Waves and The Tenderloin Afterschool Program. The Vision Academy offers afterschool classes in sports, Spanish, art, and music along with the newest technologies such as iPads and high tech music mixing tools.


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Chinatown/Downtown/North Beach/Telegraph Hill Gum Moon Asian Women’s Resource Center

940 Sacramento Street – 94108 Gloria Tan – gummoon@gummoon.org 415.788.1008 www.gummoon.org Ages: Grades K–6 Deadline: Registration is open until program is full Start date: First day of SFUSD Days/times: Monday–Friday, 3:00–5:30 pm Fees: $30 per semester Description: Academic support for children grades K–6. Parents must also participate in family-related workshops.

Donaldina Cameron House

920 Sacramento Street – 94108 May Leong – may@cameronhouse.org 415.781.0401 ext. 124 www.cameronhouse.org Ages: Grades 1–8 Deadline: Registration is open until program is full Start date: Monday, August 18 Days/times: Monday–Friday, 2:30–6:00 pm Fees: $400 for the school year Description: The Bilingual After-School Program is a mentoring program for youth, offering group tutorial and supervised recreation. The program provides children with a fun and study-centered environment.

Telegraph Hill Neighborhood Center

660 Lombard Street – 94133 Jeffrey Ng – jng@tel-hi.org, 415.421.6443 ext. 28 www.tel-hi.org Ages: Grades K–5 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: First day of SFUSD Days/times: Monday–Friday, 2:00–6:00 pm Fees: Sliding scale rates available, ranging from $28–250 monthly. Description: Each week at Tel-Hi, students get homework support, participate in academic interventions, and a variety of enrichment activities. Each month, our students participate in engaging activities based on college majors, such as biology, journalism or astrophysics. This gives students the opportunity to participate in fun educational activities while getting excited about their own future as college students! Our enrich-

ment activities include art, group games, sports, acting, cooking, gardening and much more!

Francisco Middle School Expanded Learning Program

2190 Powell Street – 94133 Josh Feierstein 415.956.1234 Ages: Grades 6–8 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: First day of SFUSD Days/times: Monday–Friday, 3:20–6:20 pm Fees: Free Description: The Expanded Learning Program is a cooperative effort between Francisco Middle School, Telegraph Hill Neighborhood Center, and the San Francisco Unified School District. All activities take place at Francisco Middle School, while Tel-Hi brings the resources necessary for the operation of a quality program. Activities include tutoring, computer classes, martial arts, painting and drawing, photography, gardening, discussion groups, and community service. Eligibility: Must attend Francisco Middle School.


18 Chinatown YMCA

855 Sacramento Street – 94108 Mandy Liu – mliu@ymcasf.org, 415.576.9622 Ages: Grades K–5 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: First day of SFUSD Days/times: Monday–Friday, 2:30–6:00 pm Fees: $425 per semester Description: The Chinatown YMCA University (CYU) is an after school program for youth grades K–5 who seek extra academic support. We provide homework assistance, enrichment activities, and family involvement. CYU will work closely with school teachers to develop an after school academic plan for each participant. Our experienced tutors and program leaders will also lead enrichment activities such as cultural arts & crafts, cooking, sports, and group projects.

Home Away from Homelessness

Fort Mason – 94123 Don Blasky – dblasky@bacr.org, 415.755.2311 www.homeaway.org Ages: Grades K–5 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: Year-round programs Days/times: Monday–Thursday, 4:00–7:00 pm Fees: Free Description: At Home Away we believe that every child deserves the opportunity to experience safe and supportive spaces that respect and foster his or her strengths, creativity and abilities. By joining with homeless and formerly homeless families, we help build confidence, skills and community through educational, social and recreational opportunities.

Civic Center/Tenderloin/Western Addition/Japantown African American Art & Culture Complex

762 Fulton Street – 94102 Nicola Figgins – nicola@aaacc.org, 415.921.8382 www.aaacc.org Ages: 13–18 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: Year-round programs Days/times: Monday–Friday, Call for times Fees: Free Description: AAACC offers a specialized afterschool program activities such as dance and graphic design. They have a recording studio in which kids learn beginning to advanced Pro Tools and Reason software for the purposes of audio recording and engineering instrumental and vocal musical compositions. Eligibility: Socioeconomic criteria applies. Attendance required five days per week.

Arab Cultural and Community Center Youth Program

111 Jones Street – 94109 Loubna Qutani – lqutani@arabculturalcenter.org 415.664.2200 www.arabculturalcenter.org Ages: Grades K–12 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: Year-round programs Days/times: Monday–Thursday, 2:30–6:00 pm Fees: Free

Description: The ACCC’s Youth Program provides tutoring focused on math and reading, as well as cultural enrichment activities such as Arabic art and history. In addition, a series of workshops is provided on conflict resolution, communication skills and health education.

Booker T. Washington Community Service Center

800 Presidio Avenue – 94115 Pat Scott – pscott@btwcsc.org, 415.928.6596 www.btwcsc.org Ages: Grades K–5 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: First day of SFUSD Days/times: Monday–Friday, 2:00–6:00 pm Fees: $125 per semester. Description: The After School Program is a safe haven for neighborhood youth with a focus on boys and girls sports teams and other recreational programs; music and art; educational and recreational field trips; personal development coaching; tutoring, mentoring and homework assistance; entrepreneur and financial literacy; and spring and summer camp. Community residents serve as volunteers in math, reading and science, bringing special skills such as the African drumming, arts & crafts, and electronics.


19 Cross Cultural Family Center

259 Turk Street – 94102 info@crossculturalsf.org, 415.921.7019 www.crossculturalsf.org Ages: Grades K–4 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: First day of SFUSD Days/times: Monday–Friday, 1:45–5:30 pm Fees: Free Description: This program, located at the Turk Street Center, offers various activities including dance, arts & crafts, and outdoor play. It includes a special Pre-K program.

Glide Family, Youth and Childcare Center

434 Ellis Street – 94102 Don Pologruto – dpologruto@glide.org 415.674.6200 www.glide.org Ages: Grades K–5 Deadline: Wait list only Start date: First day of SFUSD Days/times: Monday–Friday, 2:30–5:30 pm Fees: None Eligibility requirements: Must be low-income Description: The Afterschool Program provides a fun, safe, and nurturing environment to youth while fostering their development as caring, accepting and responsible individuals. The curriculum includes a focus on issues of multiculturalism and social justice. Current activities offered by the program include visual arts, cooking, computer education, performing and theater arts, writing workshops, service learning, music, sports and group games, media arts, gardening, capoeira and martial arts, health and nutrition education, homework help and tutoring.

Magic Zone

1050 McAllister Street – 94115 Ella Hil Hutch Community Center Rika Chambers – rika@sfmagiczone.org 415.567.0400 www.collectiveimpact.org Ages: Grades K–12 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: First day of SFUSD Days/times: Monday–Friday, 2:00–6:00 pm Fees: Free Description: Magic Zone offers afterschool programs to youth from families who reside in or attend schools in the Western Addition neighbor-

hood. The program is organized around three core components: Life Skills: relationship building and self-esteem. Academics: schoolwork support, curriculum classes that rotate daily among reading, writing, math and science. Enrichment: case management, home visits, emotional support and referrals to other social service agencies.

Margaret Hayward Playground Rec Connect

Operated by Buchanan YMCA 1016 Laguna Street – 94102 Diane Colquhoun – dcolquhoun@ymcasf.org, 415.292.2018 www.ymcasf.org/buchanan Ages: Grades K–8 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: First day of SFUSD Days/times: Monday–Friday, 2:00–6:00 pm Fees: Free Description: Activities include music, water play, a skateboard club, camping, Tree Frog Treks, mini meals, hip hop, and field trips to museums and amusement parks.

Tenderloin Afterschool Program

225 Eddy Street – 94102 Laura Choe – lchoe@tndc.org, 415.358.3908 www.tndc.org Ages: Grades K–12 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: Call for details Days/times: Monday–Friday, 1:00–6:00 pm; extended hours for teens, Tuesday and Wednesday, 6:00–8:00 pm; Saturday, 10:00 am–5:00 pm Fees: Free Description: TASP provides a safe and engaging space for children and youth between the ages of 5 and 18. There are no attendance requirements. The program provides educational, cultural, and recreational activities year-round.


20 Tenderloin Youth Development Program

Operated by Shih Yu-Lang Central YMCA 387 Golden Gate Avenue – 94102 Ronnell Clayton – rclayton@ymcasf.org, 415.957.9622 Ages: 13–18 years old Dates: Call for details Times: Monday–Friday, 3:00–8:00 pm Fees: Free Description: The program starts at 3:30, when teens can get homework help. From 4:00-6:00, a range of activities is offered, including tutoring, art classes, cooking classes, a State Your Opinion discussion group, beat-making classes, and girls’ and boys’ groups where youth can discuss sensitive issues openly. At 6:00, teens eat a healthy, homemade dinner prepared with the help of teenage culinary class volunteers. After dinner, teens will play sports or apply their new skills to creating new music in our recording studio, doing homework or just relaxing with friends.

Vietnamese Youth Development Center

150 Eddy Street – 94102 Alex Abelos – alex@vydc.org, 415.771.2600 www.vydc.org Ages: 11 and up Deadline: Ongoing Start date: First day of SFUSD Days/times: Monday–Friday, 3:00–6:00 pm Fees: Free Description: The center sponsors programs for youth in the Tenderloin and South of Market areas, including: academic support programs (11 to 18), computer technology lab (11 to 24), social and recreational activities (11 to 24), health and wellness programs (Asian Youth Prevention Services, 11 to 19), case management services and life skills building (12 to 24), jobs for youth (Mayor’s Youth Employment and Education Program MYEEP, 14 to 16).

Catholic Charities CYO

1390 Mission Street – 94105 Colleen McCarthy – cmccarthy@cccyo.org 415.972.1200 www.cccyo.org Ages: Grades K–8 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: Year-round programs Days/times: Monday–Friday, call for times Fees: Free Description: The Youth Center is equipped with indoor and outdoor space for safe, supervised and appropriate out-of-school programming with emphasis on homework assistance, tutoring options, nutritious snacks, recreation and enrichment activities. The program is designed to meet the needs of all children and youth, with particular emphasis on those from low income or at-risk backgrounds.


21 Canon Barcus Community House

670 Natoma Street – 94103 Shelly Brown – sbrown@ecs-sf.org, 415.487.3300 Ages: Grades K–5 Dates: Call for details Times: Monday–Friday, 3:00–6:00 pm Fees: Free Description: At Canon Barcus Community House, formerly homeless children gain academic and leadership skills in a daily after-school program. The children enjoy enrichment activities, drumming groups and visual arts activities. Community partners like AcroSports, the Beach House and Precita Eyes Murals provide additional fun and enrichment for children living at this supportive community program with counseling, educational and health support right on site.

United Playaz

1038 Howard Street – 94103 Rudy Corpuz – rudy@unitedplayaz.org 888.975.2929 www.unitedplayaz.org Ages: Grades K–8 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: Year-round programs Days/times: Monday–Friday, call for times Fees: Free Description: UP after-school programs provide a safe haven for elementary and middle school youth where they have access to homework assistance, recreational activities, civic engagement opportunities, and early skills development workshops.

Excelsior/Ocean View/Ingleside/Lakeshore/Merced Excelsior Community Center

4468 Mission Street – 94112 Alexander Cotton – acotton@bhnc.org, 415.307.3346 www.bhnc.org Ages: 12–18 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: First day of SFUSD Days/times: Monday–Friday, 3:00–7:00 pm Fees: Free Description: The Excelsior Community Center is the youth center of the Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center, an organization that fosters the ethnic, cultural, and economic diversity of Bernal Heights and its surrounding neighborhoods. The center offers teens a chance to participate in leadership development, violence prevention, employment training and placement, and afterschool and summer programs. Afterschool programs features MYEEP: job readiness training, employment opportunities, academic support, and personal development for youth ages 14 to 15.

Our Kids First

5845 Mission Street – 94112 Jackie Manion – okfprogram@yahoo.com, 415.585.1104 Ages: Grades K–6 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: Call for details Days/times: Monday–Friday, 3:00–6:00 pm Fees: Free Description: We are committed to providing academic, social, and cultural enrichment to young people by educating and preparing them to be successful, independent and responsible members and leaders of society.


22 Youth Art Exchange

29 Howth Street – 94112 Raffaella Falchi – raffaella@youthartexchange.org, 415.574.8137 www.youthartexchange.org Ages: Grades 9–12 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: First day of SFUSD Days/times: Monday–Friday, times and dates for specific programs vary (see website for more details) Fees: Free Description: Youth Art Exchange provides free afterschool and summer programming in visual and performing arts to public high school students in San Francisco. They offer a number of paid internships and other youth leadership opportunities. Students come to Youth Art Exchange for a chance to experiment in the arts and a place to be themselves; they find artistic training, new mediums for self-expression and a diverse and supportive community. The center is located on the campus of Lick-Wilmerding High School, next to the Balboa Park BART station and across the street from City College. College-level arts facilities include a darkroom, an architecture studio, a dance studio, and a painting studio. These free classes are open to San Francisco public high school students, who are also eligible to receive elective course credit for their work at Youth Art Exchange.

Excelsior Playground Rec Connect

Operated by Mission YMCA 579 Madrid Street @ Russia Street – 94112 Amber Nieto – anieto@ymcasf.org, 415.850.2490 www.ymcasf.org/mission Ages: Grades K–5 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: First day of SFUSD Days/times: Monday–Friday, 3:00–6:00 pm Fees: Free Description: The Excelsior Rec Connect Afterschool Program’s activities include homework help and academic enrichment, followed by alternating days of recreation and enrichment activities. The program serves 50 students who live in the immediate vicinity of the Excelsior neighborhood.

Temple United Methodist Church

65 Beverly Street – 94132 Barbara Brown – bbrown3345@sbcglobal.net 415.586.1444 www.templeunitedmethodist.org Ages: Grades 1–5 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: Year-round programs Days/times: Monday–Friday, call for times Fees: Call for details Description: Temple Tutorial is an after school program for 25 elementary students in first through fifth grades. The target group is students whose families live in the OMI (Oceanview, Merced Heights, Ingleside) neighborhood.

Haight-Ashbury/Hayes Valley/Panhandle Grattan Afterschool Program (GASP)

165 Grattan Street – 94117 415.506.8617 www.grattanschool.org Ages: Grades K–5 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: First day of SFUSD Days/times: Monday–Friday, 1:50–6:00 pm Fees: Cost varies by classes selected, call for details. Description: Activities include arts and crafts, cooking, homework, music, movies and field trips. Eligibility: Preference given to Grattan students.

USF Upward Bound Project

2130 Fulton Street – 94117 Darlene Conwell 415.422.2491 www.usfca.edu/upwardbound Ages: Grades 9–12 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: Call for details Days/times: Monday–Friday, 3:00–7:00 pm Fees: Free Description: The program provides academic support to generate the skills and motivation necessary for success in post-secondary education. Participants must be low-income or potential first-generation college students. To enter the program that follows students through high school, students must begin in the 9th or 10th grade.


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Lake Merced/Stonestown Lakeshore Elementary School

Operated by Everyday Magic 220 Middlefield Drive – 94132, 415.681.9168 www.everyday-magic.org Ages: Grades K–5 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: First day of SFUSD Days/times: Monday–Friday, 3:35–6:00 pm Fees: $2,400 for school year. Description: Everyday Magic at Lakeshore Elementary School features visual arts, drama, cooking, indoor/outdoor play, dance parties, snacks, and summer specialty workshops.

I.T. Bookman Community Center

Operated by Stonestown YMCA 446 Randolph Street – 94132 Cameron Burch – cburch@ymcasf.org, 415.586.8020 Ages: Grades K–5 Dates: Call for details Times: Monday-Friday, 2:00-6:00 p.m. Fees: Free Description: The Pride After School Enrichment Program provides homework assistance, tutorial services, nutritious snacks, field trips, arts and crafts, and a summer enrichment program. Students also have opportunities to volunteer and mentor other students.

The Pomeroy Recreation & Rehabilitation Center

207 Skyline Boulevard – 94132 Cindy Blackstone – cblackstone@prrcsf.org 415.213.8507 www.janetpomeroy.org Ages: Grades K–12 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: First day of SFUSD Days/times: Monday–Friday, 1:00–6:00 pm Fees: Call for details. Description: The Children/Teen Department’s afterschool program opens doors of opportunity for children with disabilities through therapeutic recreation, education, life-skills training, and child development programs. The program does extensive evaluations for each child twice a year, tracking their progress and assessing goals to help them achieve.

Japantown/Nob Hill/Russian Hill Up on Top

1187 Franklin Street – 94109 Silena Layne – silena@upontop.org, 415.912.9737 www.upontop.org

Ages: Grades K–5 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: First day of SFUSD Days/times: Monday–Thursday, 2:40–6:00 pm; Friday 3:00–6:00 pm Fees: Free Description: Up on Top’s afterschool program serves children in grades K–5 from low-income families who live in the Tenderloin and Western Addition. The program’s home is the First Unitarian Universalist Church on Franklin Street and Geary Boulevard. Students are eligible to attend if they meet the standards of SFUSD’s free lunch program. The majority of the students attend Tenderloin Community Elementary, Cobb Elementary, or Sherman Elementary Schools.


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Mission/Bernal Heights/Noe Valley/Castro Arriba Juntos

1850 Mission Street – 94103 Dalila Ahumada – dahumada@arribajuntos.org 415.487.3240 www.arribajuntos.org Ages: Grades K–5 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: Year-round programs Days/times: Monday–Friday, call for times Fees: Free Description: Arriba Juntos serves as a Safe Haven site for youth and children to fill this void in the community. The Afterschool program allows elementary school children to complete all of their homework with one-on-one assistance from tutors, and also participate in fun educational activities when they are done. Arriba Juntos extends these services through the summer.

826 Valencia

826 Valencia Street – 94110 Jorge Garcia – jorge@826valencia.org 415.652.5905, ext. 209 www.826valencia.org Ages: 6–18 Dates: Year-round Deadline: Ongoing Days/times: Monday–Thursday, 2:30–5:30 pm Cost: Free, $25 refundable deposit Eligibility: For afterschool program, youth must be from families that meet certain socioeconomic criteria and live in the Mission or adjacent neighborhood. Description: The 826 Valencia afterschool tutoring program provides students with trained tutors to tackle their homework assignments and to engage in extra-curricular writing activities. The weekday program requires advance registration.

Buena Vista Child Care

2641 25th Street – 94110 Sheri Schlicker – sheri.bvcc@gmail.com 415.285.0221 www.buenavistachildcare.org Ages: Grades pre-K–5 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: First day of SFUSD Days/times: Monday–Friday, 2:00–6:00 pm Fees: $275 per month Description: Buena Vista Child Care is a licensed non-profit facility serving children in grades pre-K

to 5. The afterschool program offers daily activities that include snack, homework, visual and performing arts, KidzLit (literature appreciation), clubs, group time and physical activities.

Bryant Elementary Tutoring Center

Operated by Mission Graduates 1050 York Street – 94110 Paloma Lopez – paloma@missiongraduates.org 415.550.6305 www.missiongraduates.org Ages: Grades K–5 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: Year-round Days/times: Monday–Friday, 1:50–6:00 pm Fees: Free Description: The Tutoring Center is an award-winning afterschool academic enrichment program that includes service learning components, a strong literacy initiative, health and nutrition, and sports and recreation programming.

Katherine Michiels School

1335 Guerrero Street – 94110 afterschool@kmsofsf.org 415.821.1434, ext. 26 www.katherinemichielsschool.org Ages: K–5 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: September 3 Days/times: Monday–Friday, until 6:00 pm Fees: $1,050 per quarter (Sept, Oct, & Nov) for non-KMS students. Description: The KMS After School Program gives kids the opportunity to choose from working on an art project in our beautiful atelier, cuddling up to a good book in our cozy library, building a city in our industrious “moon room”, eating a healthy snack next to our outdoor garden, or some good oldfashioned digging and playing around in our glorious yard!


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Operates programs at Sunnyside and R.L. Flynn:

• Sunnyside Elementary School 250 Foerster Street near City College – 94112 Theresa Arroyo – tmarroyo@ymcasf.org 415.240.8397 • R.L. Flynn Elementary School 3125 Cesar Chavez Street – 94110 Patricia Jameson – pjameson@ymcasf.org 415.350.7648 Ages: Grades K–5 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: First day of SFUSD Days/times: Monday–Friday, end of school until 6:00 pm Fees: $435 for 5 days/week; $310 for 3 days/week (M,W,F); $184 for 2 days/week (T,Th); $200 deposit and $35 annual membership fee required for all options.

Mission Education Projects Inc.

3049 24th Street Rita Alviar – tutorialed@aol.com 415.282.9898 www.mepisf.org Ages: Call for details Dates: Call for details Times: Call for details Fees: Call for details Description: Students receive tutoring and homework assistance.

Mission Girls

Operated by Mission Neighborhood Centers 3007 24th Street – 94110 Gloria Romero – gloria.romero@mncsf.org 415.206.7752 www.mncsf.org Ages: Girls 9–25 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: Year-round programs Days/times: Monday–Friday, 2:30–5:30 pm Fees: Free Description: Mission Girls is an afterschool and summer program targeted to Latina girls. Activities include homework help, journal writing, reading groups, creative writing workshops, career exploration, health education workshops, cooking classes, sports and fitness, cultural arts & crafts, ethnic dance, and participation in cultural community events and outings. Mission Girls’ Young Queens on the Rise program is a gender

specific group for girls that have been involved in the Juvenile Justice System, or for those who engage in “at-risk” behaviors. The girls are either court mandated or referred by an agency or community member.

Mission Graduates College Connect

522 Valencia Street @ 16th – 94110 Catherine Marroquin catherine@missiongraduates.org 415.926.8283 www.missiongraduates.org Ages: Grades 11–12 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: Year-round programs Days/times: Call for details Fees: Free Description: College Connect is a familybased college counseling program that works with a cohort of juniors and seniors all the way through college graduation.

Precita Valley

Operated by Mission Neighborhood Centers 543 Precita Avenue – 94110 Gloria Romero – gloria.romero@mncsf.org 415.206.7756 www.mncsf.org Ages: 6–25 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: Year-round programs Days/times: Monday–Friday, afternoon and evening hours Fees: Free Description: Precita Valley Community Center provides after school, evening and summer programs to youth ages 6 to 25. Services include academic assistance, health education, cultural enrichment, violence prevention, recreation, youth leadership, and GED classes. Precita Center also serves as an evening Safe Haven, offering a safe place for neighborhood high-risk youth and young adults to participate in healthy activities and connect with vital services. A young father’s group is offered to support positive parenting relationships. Precita provides case management and advocacy services for youth involved in the Juvenile Justice System.


26 Salvation Army Mission Corps

1156 Valencia Street San Francisco, CA 94110 415.648.0260 Ages: 5–12 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: Year-round programs Days/times: Monday–Friday, 2:00–6:00 pm Fees: $25 per week Description: This facility offers tutoring and homework assistance, computer lab, arts & crafts, cooking, games and physical education.

Seven Tepees Youth Program

3177 17th Street – 94110 Chad Dupont – cdupont@7tepees.org 415.522.1550 Ages: Grades 6–12 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: Year-round Days/times: Monday–Friday, 2:30–6:00 pm Fees: Free Description: Seven Tepees is a unique youth development program serving each participant for seven years with comprehensive service. Youth join when they are in 6th grade and receive college scholarships upon graduating from high school. Kids in grade 7 and above may join if and when space is available. Seven Tepees’ Comprehensive Program provides after school tutoring and enrichment, academic case management, mentoring, counseling, job training, and environmental outdoor programs. Each youth participates for a minimum of five years and receives a scholarship for college or trade school. Most kids in Seven Tepees come from the Mission, Bayview Hunters Point, Western Addition, Fillmore, and surrounding neighborhoods but all are welcome to apply for the program, which requires a commitment of at least three days per week for youth in middle school and high school. Field trips and community service outings are organized on some weekends.

Pacific Heights Jewish Community Center of San Francisco, Havurah Youth Center

Jefrie Palmer – jplamer@jccsf.org 3200 California Street – 94118 415.292.1250 www.jccsf.org/hyc Ages: Grades K–5 Deadline: April 29 (space may still be available) Start date: First day of school Days/times: Monday–Friday, 2:00–6:00 pm. Options for 3, 4 or 5 days per week. Fees: Contact for details, scholarships available. Description: Havurah Youth Center (HYC), the JCCSF’s outstanding licensed afterschool program, can be your child’s home away from home. Students enjoy thematic programming, arts enrichment activities, special interest classes and celebrating Jewish holidays and culture.

Potrero Hill/China Basin Potrero Hill Neighborhood House

953 De Haro Street – 94107 Sharon Johnson – nabe@potrerohillsf.org 415.826.8080 Ages: Grades 6–12 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: First day of SFUSD Days/times: Monday–Thursday, 3:00–6:00 pm Fees: Vary by program Description: The Experiment in Diversity program provides educational support, cultural enrichment, and engaging activities for youth during after school hours.


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Richmond/Presidio Alamo Elementary School

Operated by Richmond District After School Collaborative 250 23rd Avenue – 94121 Donna Fok – donna@rdnc.org, 415.867.7723 www.rdnc.org Ages: Grades K–5 Deadline: April 30 Start date: First day of SFUSD Days/times: Monday–Friday, 2:40–6:00 pm Fees: Sliding scale, call for details. Description: RDASC’s mission is to improve the quality of life in its community by providing youth and their families with affordable afterschool environments that are safe, fun, art enriching, academically enhancing and culturally relevant. Enrollment is limited to 60 students.

Argonne Elementary School

Operated by Richmond District After SchoolCollaborative 680 18th Avenue – 94121 David Alexander – david@rdnc.org, 415.751.6600 www.rdnc.org Ages: Grades K–5 Deadline: April 30 Start date: First day of SFUSD Days/times: Monday–Friday, 2:40–6:00 pm Fees: Sliding scale, call for details. Description: RDASC’s mission is to improve the quality of life in its community by providing youth and their families with affordable afterschool environments that are safe, fun, art enriching, academically enhancing and culturally relevant. Enrollment is limited to 60 students.

Claire Lilienthal Elementary School, Madison Campus

3950 Sacramento Street – 94118 Kathleen Shustar – 415.750.8603 Ages: Grades K–2 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: First day of SFUSD Days/times: Monday–Friday, 1:50–6:00 pm Fees: Varies from $329 per month to $425 per month depending on number of days attending and grade level. Description: Students go directly to the CLASP (Claire Lilienthal After School Program) program at the end of the school day. This nonprofitprogram

is run by Kindergarten teacher Frank Kanios on a first come, first served basis. The program offers recreation, homework help, crafts, story time, and quiet time.

George Peabody Elementary School

Operated by Richmond District After School Collaborative 251 6th Avenue – 94121 Tara Anastasi – tara@rdnc.org, 415.867.7720 www.rdnc.org Ages: Grades K–5 Deadline: April 30 Start date: First day of SFUSD Days/times: Monday–Friday, 2:40–6:00 pm Fees: Sliding scale, call for details. Description: RDASC’s mission is to improve the quality of life in its community by providing youth and their families with affordable afterschool environments that are safe, fun, art enriching, academically enhancing and culturally relevant. Enrollment is limited to 60 students.

KidCare America

355 Balboa Street – 94121 Melvenia Tang – kidcaresf@gmail.com 415.668.0266 www.sfflcc.org/kcasf Ages: Grades K–5 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: First day of SFUSD Days/times: Monday–Friday, 2:00–6:00 pm Fees: $1,240 per semester or $300 per month; includes snack and homework supplies; scholarships may be available. Description: KidCare America San Francisco is an after-school mentoring program for elementaryaged students. They believe that after school hours are a crucial time for children, and that personal mentorship is a key to positive influence in a child’s life. KidCare America aims to make mentorship available to children after school by providing personal attention for the academic, emotional, and spiritual needs of each child. They provide a safe, encouraging environment where children can mature and grow.


28 Lafayette Elementary School

Operated by Richmond District After School Collaborative 4545 Anza Street – 94121 Haley Benson – haley@rdnc.org, 415.867.1113 www.rdnc.org Ages: Grades K–5 Deadline: April 30 Start date: First day of SFUSD Days/times: Monday–Friday, 1:50–6:00 pm Fees: Sliding scale, call for details. Description: RDASC’s mission is to improve the quality of life in its community by providing youth and their families with affordable afterschool environments that are safe, fun, art enriching, academically enhancing and culturally relevant. Enrollment is limited to 60 students.

Afterschool Facts

Richmond YMCA LEAP

Argonne School – 680 18th Avenue Kar Lee – klee@ymcasf.org, 415.666.9605 www.ymcasf.org/richmond Ages: Grades 4–8 Deadline: Rolling application Start date: First day of SFUSD Days/times: Monday–Friday, 3:00–6:00 pm; options for 1, 3 or 5 days per week. Fees: $105–525 based on days attending; $50-90 transportation fee based on days attending. Description: The LEAP program is designed to transition youth from traditional afterschool programs to complex pre-teen and teen programming. Our goal is to provide safe and structured enrichment activities in an a-lacarte format that fits the individual interests of each youth. Classes are set for 10-week sessions that last the entire school year.

The hours between 3:00 and 6:00 pm are the peak hours for juvenile crime and experimentation with drugs, alcohol, cigarettes and sex. Students enrolled in afterschool programs are less likely to engage in these risky behaviors. Source: Afterschool Alliance


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SoMa West Bay Afterschool Mentorship Program

175 7th Street – 94103 Rudy Asercion – westbaycenter@gmail.com 415.431.6266 www.westbaycenter.org westbayafterschool@gmail.org Ages: Grades 1–12 Deadline: Ongoing, until program is full Start date: First day of SFUSD Days/times: Monday–Friday, 2:00 – 6:00 pm Fees: Free

Sunset/Parkside Sunset Neighborhood Beacon Center Programs listed in Multiple Locations section on page 13.

Lawton Elementary School KEEP

1570 31st Avenue – 94122 Kathy Tom – 415.661.9981 Ages: Grades K–8 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: First day of SFUSD Days/times: Monday–Friday, 3:30–6:00 pm Fees: Afterschool: $225 per month; before school care also available. Description: KEEP offers mandatory homework time, arts & crafts, outdoor sports, and games. Eligibility: Priority given to Lawton Elementary students.

Ulloa Elementary School

Operated by Ulloa Children’s Center 2650 42nd Avenue – 94116 Cai Ling Wang or Tim Lopez 415.759.8854 Ages: Grades 2–5 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: First day of SFUSD Days/times: Monday–Friday, 3:30–6:30 pm Fees: Sliding scale Description: Arts & crafts, sports, cooking, homework assistance, and special projects. This is a “full inclusion” center, where ten percent of the enrolled children have disabilities. The program is primarily for children from Ulloa Elementary School, although some are bused in from other sites.

Description: We promote continued learning in creative and effective ways for students in grades 1–12. Our program works to improve the academic performance of our students and close the academic achievement gap. We also support the students in their personal development. Our on-site case manager and clinician are available for the youth and their families for counseling and assistance in other social services. Every Wednesday our youth participate in life skills workshops organized by our staff psychologist.


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Visitacion Valley/Sunnydale/Portola Real Options for City Kids (ROCK)

70 Delta Street – 94134 Bien-Elize Roque-Nido – bien@rocksf.org, 415.294.1942 www.rocksf.org Ages: 6–17 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: First day of SFUSD Days/times: Monday–Thursday, 1:50–6:00 pm Fees: Free Description: ROCK provides after-school programming for all public schools in Visitacion Valley. Programs vary per age group, and all receive homework assistance. For elementary school participants, in addition to academic support, those who complete homework are treated to sports & fitness and/or arts & crafts activities.

Portola Family Connections Homework Club

2565 San Bruno Avenue – 94134 Maryann Fleming – mfleming@portolafc.org 415.715.6746

Ages: Grades K–5 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: First day of SFUSD Days/times: Monday–Friday, 2:40–6:30 pm Fees: $150 per month; one-time $25 registration + one-time $14 emergency kit fee. Description: An after school homework help program with an emphasis on academics and literacy. Students are picked up from E.R. Taylor Elementary School and walked over to Family Connections by staff members. They are given a daily snack, and helped with their homework. When homework is complete children have access to an art center, computers, board games and other educational activities. During the week there are also enrichment activities offered. The student-teacher ratio is 1:12. Teachers are experienced professionals in child education. Children are separated according to grade levels while doing their homework. This program runs during the school year.

West Portal/St. Francis Wood/Miraloma Park/Glen Park Maria Montessori School

678 Portola Drive – 94127 pax101@aol.com, 415.731.8188 www.sfmontessori.com Ages: 2½–6 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: First day of SFUSD Days/times: Monday–Friday, 3:00–6:00 pm Fees: Varies by program, call for details. Description: The program offers outdoor play, arts & crafts, and homework help.

Miraloma Elementary School Homework Club

Operated by Miraloma Educational Enrichment Program (MEEP) 175 Omar Way – 94127 Jacynth Roberts – meepoffice@gmail.com 415.859.9605 www.meepinc.com Ages: Grades K–5 Deadline: Ongoing Start date: August 18

Days/times: Monday–Friday, 1:50–6:30 pm Fees: Monthly tuition: $458; part time tuition: $322; snack and materials fee: $245; subsidies and scholarships available. Description: MEEP’s main purpose is to provide a stimulating and enriching academic environment. It is designed to encourage the academic success of students through positive reinforcement, and strengthening academic learning. MEEP is viewed as an extension of the Miraloma Elementary School community and adheres to SFUSD rules and policies. MEEP’s student body is made up primarily of students from the Miraloma Elementary School, as well as students from surrounding schools.


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