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Before/After School Programs

Out Of School Time Programs 2023-2024

We are excited to welcome back our Before and After School Programs. In order to participate, students will need to have an Out of School Time Registration form.
All students need to sign into a club on the school club database.
Afternoon clubs will meet in the cafeteria and the club leader will get students there.
Please see the list below for meeting days and times. If you have any questions about a particular program, please reach out to the sponsor. UPDATED 8/24/2023

SPORTS SCHEDULE

Morning Clubs


Afternoon Clubs


To Be Determined

Tuesday

  • Home Economics (2nd semester)
    • In G32 with Ms. Taylor

Wednesday

  • Circle Keepers
    • In C-13 with Ms. Chavez

Thursday

  • Home Economics - Sewing (2nd semester)
    • In G-32 with Ms. Taylor

Out-of-School Time Program Information

Expanded and Enriched Learning Opportunities through various Grants are added as funding is approved

We are excited to be able to offer a variety of programming at Garfield STEM Magnet & Community School after school. Our expanded learning opportunities include EDAP funded programs listed above. It is important that we share some information that will help you and your student determine the right Out of School Time (OST) options to fit your family's needs.

  • All programs are voluntary for students. Many programs are paid for with GRANT money which requires students to sign in so we can track participation. Students will check in and Activity Leaders will note participation at the beginning of the activity using the link on the school website. Funding may be contingent on students participating in their chosen program 80% of the time.
  • Please note that no one will call home if a student does not come to a program. There is no mandatory attendance in the out of school time activities. Attendance is encouraged for all participants in order to get the most out of each program. Most programming is free of charge to the students so that every student has an opportunity to participate.
  • Clubs do NOT have substitute leaders. If a leader is absent, the club will be canceled for the day. An announcement will be made and students can use the office phone to call home and make arrangements for pick-up.
  • Offerings are driven by participation and If participation falls below expectations, programs may be canceled. We will give two weeks notice to those in the club or group when this is being considered. A notice will be posted on the Athletics and After-School Activities page to let families know what is happening.
  • Students can leave at any point in the after-school program and should let the Activity Leader know they are leaving. Once they leave the campus for any reason, they cannot return to the club that evening.
  • Students are treated as young adult professionals in keeping with our standards as a Magnet & C Community school. Our expectation is that they will act accordingly. We encourage feedback on opportunities and offerings.
  • Students have 15 minutes to leave the campus when they are done for the day. If they are NOT in a club, they should be off campus no later than 3:20. If they are in a program, they should exit the premises no later than 15 minutes after their program lets out. Students cannot "hang out" on campus. Students who refuse to sign in to a program will be referred to the counselor and families will be called. We strive to maintain a safe and fun environment for everyone
  • Participation in each program is recorded separately. If you wish to find out if your student is attending regularly, you can speak to the Activity Leader, our OST Point of Contact, Sonya Troncoso or Pamela Campos, the Community School Coordinator.

If you have any questions, please contact Pamela Campos at 344-1647 ext 54531 or pamela.campos@aps.edu

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