Twin Rivers USD currently provides quality after school programming to more than 2,800 students in 34 schools. The Expanded Learning Programs serve eligible students in kindergarten and grades one through nine, inclusive, at participating public and charter schools. (EC § 8482.3(a).)
Expanded Learning Programs provide an opportunity to merge school reform strategies with community resources. The goal is to support local efforts to improve assistance to students and broaden the base of support for education in a safe, constructive environment.
Sacramento Chinese Community Service Center (The Center):
The Center is Frontier Elementary’s after school program. It runs Monday-Friday, from the end of the school day until 6:00 p.m. As part of their goal to improve academic achievement, increase enrichment opportunities, and increase family literacy, the Center focuses on program initiatives such as Healthy Choices & Behaviors, Literacy, and STEAM serving at more than 80 after-school programs in Sacramento schools and 18 after-school programs in Twin Rivers Unified School District that include Babcock, Del Paso, Dry Creek, Foothill Oaks, Foothill Ranch, Frontier, Garden Valley, Hagginwood, Las Palmas Northwood, Norwood Jr. High, Orchard, Rio Linda Preparatory, Sierra View, Regency, Creative Connections Art Academy, Strauch and Woodridge.