To provide student centered, quality care programs during out-of-school hours to prepare college and career ready graduates.
To accomplish this mission, the Fresno Unified School District (FUSD) Extended Day Enrichment Program (EDEP) strives to:
- Provide a safe and supportive environment for children during non-school hours.
- Provide enriching indoor and outdoor educational experiences.
- Provide homework support (Varies by school site).
- Increase student motivation and connection to school.
- Provide a nutritious snack.
The FUSD Extended Day Enrichment Program provides structured tutorial and enrichment programs for school-age children. Programs are staffed with qualified after school personnel.
DAYS OF OPERATION: The FUSD Extended Day Enrichment Program operates SCHOOL DAYS ONLY. The program operates on a daily basis to coincide with the regular school calendar.
The program components are planned to reflect school site activities and align with district goals. Students in the FUSD Extended Day Enrichment Program participate in a variety of activities such as art, science, math, and reading.
- The EDEP is a voluntary program. There are a limited number of children that can be served, therefore, children are accepted on a first come, first served basis.
- The EDEP is limited to students in grades TK through sixth grade; seventh and eighth grade students may attend the program at sites where K-8 students are enrolled during the school day.
- All programs are contingent upon minimum enrollment criteria, staff availability, facility availability, and principal support. If, for any reason, an EDEP is cancelled at a current school site, parents will be notified via letter, phone call, email, and/or in person.
Extended Day Enrichment Programs
- Bullard Talent
- Eaton Elementary
- Figarden Elementary
- Forkner Elementary
- Gibson Elementary
- Leavenworth Elementary
- Malloch Elementary
- Manchester Gate
- Starr Elementary