ELOP Program Information

  • Expanded Learning Opportunities Program (ELOP) provides free after-school learning and enrichment programs for students in Transitional kindergarten through 6th grade that qualify as foster youth, English learners or free and reduced lunch. The program focuses on developing the academic, social, emotional and physical needs and interests of students through hands-on, engaging learning experiences.

    Please log in to your Aeries Portal to share your interest in After School ELOP for the 2023-2024 school year. Submitting your interest through this survey is the best way to add your child's name to our ELOP interest list. Due to the overwhelming demand for ELOP services, you may be placed on a waitlist. You will be contacted as soon as we have space available for your child in our ELOP Programs.

    Expanded Learning Opportunities Program - Implementation Guide


    To be designated as FRPM eligible, a student must be a part of a household that meets income eligibility requirements according to the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) by earning less than or equal to the guidelines that can be found by clicking on the website: NSLP INCOME GUIDELINES link, or the student must be categorically eligible based on their status as a foster or homeless child, or on the fact that the household participates in the CalFresh (SNAP), CalWORKS (TANF), or Medi-Cal programs.

      • HOUSEHOLD SIZE: People who live together and share ALL income and expenses. This does not include people you live with who do not share their income with you and your children or who just pay a pro-rated share of expenses such as rent and utilities.
      • TOTAL INCOME: Include gross earnings, welfare, child support, alimony, pensions/retirements, worker’s compensation, unemployment, and Military off-base housing allowance.
      • MEETS ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: Income is less than or equal to the guidelines that can be found by clicking on the website: NSLP INCOME GUIDELINES link


    HOMELESS: Student lacks a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence. This includes students living in shelters or motels/hotels as well as unsheltered in cars, parks, abandoned buildings, bus stations, or any other place not designated or used as a regular sleeping accommodation for human beings. It also includes living situations where a family is renting or sharing a home with others due to a loss of housing or economic hardship.