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Expanded Learning Opportunity Program (ELO-P)

Funded through Assembly Bill 130, ELO-P provides after school and intersession learning programs for qualifying students that focus on developing the academic, social, emotional, and physical needs and interests of pupils. Activities focus on hands-on, engaging learning, enrichment, and physical activities for qualifying students in TK through 6th grade. 

CUSD Expanded Learning Opportunities Program (ELO-P) Plan

Program Components

The ELO-P is offered through the Carlsbad Educational Foundation (CEF) Kids Care program.

  • Hours of Operation: 8:00 a.m. -6:00 p.m.

    • Students enrolled in an afternoon TK class or late owl K class may attend before and after school.

    • Students may be picked up at any time during the program.

  • Days of Operation

    • All school days

    • Holiday Care is available on non-student days throughout the school year

    • Summer Adventure Camp: June 12-30, 2023

  • Location of Program

    • School Days - all elementary schools and middle schools (depending on enrollment, the 6th grade programs may be offered at an elementary school)

    • Holiday Care - 1 school/location to be determined

    • Summer Adventure Camp - 1 school/location to be determined

  • Space is limited.

Enrollment Process

  • Check “Yes” on the ELO-P included in the summer registration/data confirmation process completed through Parent Portal. CEF will reach out to families to confirm enrollment. 

  • For additional information, contact:

Kasia Obrzut, Director of Elementary Education

Email: kasia.obrzut@carslabdusd.net

Phone: (760) 331-5014

 

Carlsbad Educational Foundation

Email: info@carlsbaded.org

Phone: (760) 929-1555

Student Eligibility for free ELO-P Enrollment

  • Students enrolled in CUSD schools in TK-6th grade.

  • Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch, as determined by the Household Income. Applications for free/reduced meals can be found on the district’s website nutrition page

  • Students classified as Foster Youth. 

  • Students experiencing homelessness.

  • Students who do not qualify for free enrollment based on these criteria may still participate in the fee-based Club Kinder or Kids Care programs.