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AfterSchool Facts: 

Students who attend afterschool programs regularly are likely to show improvements in academic achievement and are less likely to drop out of school. (


An abundance of research supports the need for afterschool resources for school aged children and their families. The current estimate of the number of children who care for themselves after school is 14.3 million (Afterschool Alliance, 2004)


The hours between 3:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. are the peak time for juvenile crime to occur in California. Afterschool programs provide children adult supervision and keep them off the streets and away from negative peer influences. (

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The schools below offer a FREE District grant funded After School Program.

Some sites may also offer fee based after school programs, please contact the school for additional information.

ASES Program Overview

Our Goal

ASES After School programs provide an important educational and developmental setting for an increasing number of children and youth. These programs offer opportunities for students to learn, develop, explore, and have fun beyond the normal school day until 6 pm.

Our goal at Hacienda La Puente School District is to provide students with academic enrichment opportunities, physical and other activities designed to complement their regular academic program. We also aim to assist with literacy and related educational development services for the families of our students, all in a safe, clean environment.

Survey Says...

It is a requirement of our ASES After School grant that we review our program annually and collect student data and how it impacts the after school program participants. Please take a few minutes to complete the linked survey. All answers will be automatically sent to a spreadsheet that will tally the results:


District Representatives

Elbia Sarabia-Director

Theresa Petersen-Assistant Director


For more information contact:
Hudson Center
626.934.6761 Office


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