Summer is Here!

Glendale USD - Early Education & Extended Learning Programs

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Happy Last Day of School!

Dear EEELP Families,

We hope that you and your families are well as the Glendale USD 2019-2020 comes to a close. Our programs are also coming to an end, since the majority of our teachers and staff end their school year on June 11. You should have received a message from each EEELP teacher directly and your school's head teacher, bringing closure to this unprecedented year.

For our families who we serve year round through our state subsidized programs (CSPP and CCTR): The 12 month teachers will continue to provide activities and opportunities to connect, please reach out to to us at 818-247-0775 if you have any questions. We are not taking attendance, so please know this is not mandatory but rather an opportunity to stay connected until we return to traditional services.

We ask that you continue to stay connected with us and to visit our website where we post announcements. Our office phone line remains available should you want to speak over the phone and it is (818) 247-0775.

Applications for the 2020-2021 School Year

EEELP has begun accepting applications online at for before and after school care for self-supporting families for TK-6 grade and RAP for grades 1-8 with the hope that we will be able to offer our typical childcare programs when the school year begins in August. Spaces fill quickly, so please submit your child's application soon so that we can meet your childcare needs in anticipation of safety restrictions being lifted for the 2020-2021 school year.

Preschool enrollment is done online in one of two ways. Families looking for state subsidized services fill out an application on KinderWait, which is then followed up by a phone call for an enrollment appointment with an Intake specialist. The link for KinderWait is on our website. Self-supporting preschool applications are accepted at Parents fill out the application and then receive follow up contact from that preschool's Head Teacher once traditional programs resume. Children need to be 3 years old by September 1 of the school year they would be starting preschool, but we accept applications well before that age.

Should you need assistance with your online application, please email the Program Supervisor for the school your child will be attending in the coming year. Please include your name, your child's name, the school's name, and the name of the program you need help in applying for. You may also call the EEELP Main Office at 818-247-0775.

Program Supervisor information can be found by clicking here.

ASES Enrollment for 2020-2021 Open Now

ASES enrollment for 2020-2021 is now open again online at and spots will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.

About ASES:

The After-School Education and Safety Program (ASES) is a state grant program aimed at improving student performance in school and providing a safe environment after school for students in grades 1-8.

ASES is operates on school days only from school dismissal until 6:00 p.m. The ASES Elementary School program is located at Balboa, Cerritos, Columbus, Edison, Franklin, Jefferson, Mann, Marshall, and Muir Elementary Schools.

The ASES Teen Scene program is located at Roosevelt, Toll, and Wilson Middle Schools.

The ASES programs are free to students aside from a $75 registration fee collected at the beginning of the school year.

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The EEELP department remains committed to ensuring that every child is included and seen in their learning spaces. Racism is not tolerated. As part of the Glendale USD, the department is aligned with our district and committed to intentionally work, as Superintendent Ekchian shared: "to eliminate racism in our curricula, classroom cultures, and our relationships with our students, our parents/guardians, and each other because our collective future depends on it."

Staying Connected with EEELP

We encourage you to stay connected with us through email with staff, by visiting the Department's Facebook page, department website, and by checking the GUSD page dedicated to Coronavirus Updates and Information for schools and programs.

You may also email the Head Teacher at your child’s school through the email list found at, or you can reach out to the Program Supervisor for your child's school. You can find their school and contact information at Our EEELP Main Department phone number is 818-247-0775 and is available from 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday