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What is the WUSD Expanded Learning Opportunities Program (ELOP)?

“Expanded learning” means before-school, after-school, or summer programs that focus on developing the academic, social, emotional, and physical needs and interests of pupils through hands-on, engaging learning experiences.

WUSD has partnered with Right At School to provide the Expanded Learning Opportunities Program (ELOP) to all TK-6th grade WUSD students who qualify.

The WUSD Expanded Learning Opportunities Program (ELOP) includes:

  • After-School Program: each regular school day from the end of school until 6 PM
  • Winter Camp, Spring Camp, and select weeks of Summer Camp: Full Day
  • Information is shared with enrolled families

Based on program availability fees will be waived for students who are eligible for free or reduced-price meals, are experiencing housing instability, or are identified as foster youth.

To be eligible for the Expanded Learning Opportunities Program (ELOP), families must do one of the following:

  • Be certified for Free or Reduced lunch by completing the Free and Reduced Lunch Federal application, and having your application approved. This information is part of the annual enrollment process but can be completed as needed by contacting the school site.
  • Qualify under the state direct certification process based on information provided by the state or local agencies administering CalFresh, CalWORKs, and Food Distribution Programs on Indian Reservations (FDPIR).
  • Qualify as an unhoused youth, as defined by the Federal McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act (42 U.S.C. Section 11434a)
  • Part of the Foster Care system

To view the WUSD Expanded Learning Opportunities Program (ELOP) Plan, click here. The plan was approved at the June 7, 2022 school board meeting.