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Program Hours

Mon., Tues. Thurs., and Fri.

3:27-6:27pm

Wednesdays

1:27-6:27pm

**Kindergartners will be picked up by a staff member everyday**

**First and Second graders must go STRAIGHT to the the cafeteria after school and on WEDNESDAYS go STRAIGHT to their ASES CLASSROOMS**

LATE POLICY

If you are running late GIVE ME A CALL to let me know. If I do not hear from you before 6:27pm, you will sign a Late Pick Up Form and if you sign it three times, your child will be dropped after the third late pick up.

Attendance

Your child must be in the program everyday they are present for school, it is very important! If your child will not be attending the program it is required that you give me a call!!

Call: (415) 279-5415

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Velasquez, Tanya
Staff

ASES Soccer Tournament

For the second time the ASES soccer team has won first place!!

 

 

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ASES - Sacramento Chinese Community Services Center

WELCOME!!

We are Sacramento Chinese Community Service Center the After School Enrichment and Safety Program. We are very excited for this year and years to come in working with the children attending Noralto and the staff.

For any questions, attendance, concerns, comments, etc.

call (916) 529-2097

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Sacramento Chinese Community Service Center (SCCSC)

The purpose of this organization is to assist new immigrants, refugees and other underserved individuals in the greater Sacramento area to achieve economic self-sufficiency, social empowerment, and cultural appreciation. The Center accomplishes this mission by providing quality educational, vocational, human services and health programs to these individuals. 

For more information on SCCSC please visit http://www.sccsc.org

August

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Our Initiatives

Health and Wellness

We promote healthy eating and active living through sequential nutrition education, varied and comprehensive daily physical activity.

Literacy

Doing daily readings with activities aligned with common core ELA state standards to help students inprove and increase their

literacy skills.

Socail Emotional Learning (SEL)

Teaching students the ckills that strengthen their ability to learn, have empathy, manage emotions, and solve problems.

STEAM

(Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math)

Hands on science experiments are introduced to encourage curiosity and wonder about the natural world by exploring cause and effect in systems by understanding the connection between people, environments, and technology.

Homework Help

Everyday we give the children an hour to help them better understand their work and if possible complete their homework.

 

 

 

Daily Schedule

M/T/TH

3:27-3:50     Supper

3:50-4:10     Recess

4:10-5:10     Homework Help

5:10-5:45     Health and Wellness

5:45-6:20     STEAM/Literacy

6:20-6:27     Reading Time

Wednesday/Minimum Day

1:27-2:00     Reading Time

2:00-3:00     STEAM/Literacy

3:00-3:30     Structured Play

3:30-4:00     Supper

4:00-5:00     Homework

5:00-5:45     STEAM/Literacy

5:45-6:15     Health and Wellness

6:15-6:27     Free Play

Friday

3:27-4:00     Supper

4:00-5:00     Health and Wellness

5:00-6:00     STEAM/Literacy

6:00-6:27     Free Play

 

***Any children still present at 6:27pm goes to Room 49***