After School Programs

Application forms for students enrolling in all after school programs can be picked up from the main office at each school.

ACES offers an After School Education & Safety program (ASES) for K-6 grade students from 3 p.m. – 6 p.m., Monday – Friday. This program supports students with homework assistance and activities to complement the schools’ academic program. Various activities include art, science, dance and music enrichment. The ASES program offers extended learning opportunities and collaborates with local community-based organizations. ACES students work with college students from the USC Viteri School of Engineering on collaborative real-world projects such as the American Heart Association’s Lorax Teaching Gardens and Kids Cook with Heart. Throughout the Kids Cook with Heart program students receive 10 weeks of hands-on classes with a professional chef. They will learn why eating healthy is important, and will learn fun ways to make healthy food taste great!

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Serving grades K-6

TAS students may participate in a safe, engaging and free after-school program KTAP. Along with a nutritious snack and homework assistance, students can explore:

  • Homework support
  • Visual & Performing arts
  • Music
  • Sports
  • Nutrition
  • And much more!

Applications available in the TAS main office.

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Students receive free tutoring and homework assistance as well as opportunities to participate in a variety of clubs which vary year to year depending on student interest.

This program is made available through a partnership with Think Together to support student success.

More information available in the TAS main office.

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WAHS students may participate in a range of extracurricular sports and activities offered in partnership with Think Together. These include:

  • Intramural Sports (softball, soccer, volleyball, basketball)
  • Clubs
  • Academic support

Applications available in the WAHS main office.

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Health & Nutrition

Find information about lunch menus, free and reduced-price meals, and more!

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