After School Services
Livermore Believes Program
(Broadens & Enriches Lives, Instills Educational Values, Encourages Students)
Livermore BELIEVES provides free after school educational enrichment and support to Junction Avenue students every day school is in session. This free service is for all Junction students in grades 1-5.
Enrolled students in the program must attend daily until 6:00 p.m. During that time, they receive a nutritious snack, engage in physical activity, receive homework support, and participate in educational enrichment activities such as math, reading, art, and science.
For additional information, please contact Veronica Ferreira Maya, Livermore BELIEVES Coordinator, at (925) 454-5592 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Extended Student Services
(Extended Student Services)
The Livermore Area Recreation and Park District, school age child care program - Extended Student Services (ESS) - was established in June, 1985, under a joint agreement between LARPD and the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District to provide a safe and caring place for children to be before and after school and during the summer months.
All ESS sites are licensed by Community Care Licensing and comply with Title 22 regulations which establish facility requirements, fire clearance, staffing ratios - 1:14, criminal record clearances, fingerprint clearances, as well as staff education and experience requirements. The programs receive funding for subsidy care by the Child Development Division of the State Department of Education, Title 5.
Each program provides planned individual and group activities such as art, music, science, cooking, language development, blocks, dramatic play, and outdoor play. The summer program includes field trips, community service projects, and community visits.
Our programs operate approximately 245 weekdays a year with all sites opening at 7 a.m. and closing at 6 p.m. Programs close when children are in class and reopen when the kindergartners are released from school.
For more information, please call LARPD at 925-960-2480.