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After School Programs

​​​Purpose and Goals

Lowell Elementary School's After School Program provides structured tutorial and enrichment programming for Lowell Students in first through sixth grade.  Our program is  staffed by qualified after school staff members and include homework tutorial, academic enrichment, physical education, and other activities.  Days of Operation:  The Lowell After School Program operates on school days only. The program operates on a daily basis to coincide with the regular school calendar, and operates from the end of the school day until 6:00 p.m. 

 

Activities
Program activities are planned to reflect our school site and district goals. Program opportunities include:
  • Homework Support
  • Academic Tutorials/Intervention Programs in reading and math
  • Enrichment Activities
  • Structured Physical Education activities
  • Snack

Curriculum
The Lowell After School Program curriculum emphasizes the development of social, emotional, physical, cognitive, and recreational skills that are developentally appropiate for children. The Our Discovery Island and the Words Their Way curriculum is part of the ELA component, the enVision MATH Intervention System and the Language Central for Math is part of the Math component, SPARKS PE curriculum is part of the Physical Education component, and the Seeds of Science and the After School Valley Foundation curriculum is part of the Enrichment component.

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Lowell Elementary School   •   171 N. Poplar Ave. Fresno, CA 93701   •   (559) 457-3020

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