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Extended Learning Opportunities Program (ELO-P)

Starting with the 2022-23 school year, the Expanded Learning Opportunities Program (ELO-P) provides funding for afterschool and 30 days of intersession to provide enrichment programs for transitional kindergarten through fifth grade in California schools. FUSD is starting the school year with ELO-P programs on six campuses. Additional schools will be added.  Students identified "unduplicated" can participate the ELO-P program at no cost. Unduplicated refers to students who are designated in one or more of the following categories: English Learners, Foster Youth, homeless students, migrant students, and students who are free or reduced-price meal eligible under the National School Lunch Program (NSLP).

Schools with ELO-P programs:

  • Blacow Elementary School
  • Glenmoor Elementary School
  • Green Elementary School
  • Hirsch Elementary School
  • Maloney Elementary School
  • Vallejo Mill Elementary School

Three FUSD elementary schools also have extended care programs as part of the After School Education and Safety (ASES) Program 

  • Brier Elementary School
  • Cabrillo Elementary School
  • Grimmer Elementary School

If you have any questions about extended learning programs, please contact Steven Musto, FUSD Assistant Director of Extended Learning, at

At the July 27, 2022 FUSD Board of Education meeting, FUSD's 2022-23 FUSD ELO-P Plan (pdf) was approved.