PASSage After School Program

Description: PASSage (Parents and Students Strengthening Abilities and Generating Excellence) is a middle school after school Program facilitated by a structured partnership between the SCUSD and the City of Sacramento. The SCUSD has responsibility for the administrative oversight of the project. The City manages the day-to-day operation of the program at the school sites.  The PASSage after School program focuses on improving students’ academic competencies particularly in the areas of reading and math.  PASSage offers one-to-one and small group tutoring and homework assistance.  The program also includes various enrichment and recreational activities, such as drama, dance, art, flag football, basketball, computer skill instruction, and a variety of games and an opportunity for informal social interaction.  Additionally, drug, alcohol and violence prevention activities and programs are provided.

Location(s): Albert Einstein, California, John Still, Kit Carson, and Sam Brannan Middle Schools.

Hours of Operation: Days: M- F   Hours: From school closure to 6:00 PM (specific schedule varies by site)

Languages: Contact the After School Coordinator at the school site for info.

Fees: Free – Nominal fees may be charged for participation in special events and/or field trips.

Eligibility Requirements: Enrolled in the school where the program is located.

Application Process: Applications accepted on a first come – first served basis and are available at school sites.  Some site may reserve space for administrative/teacher referral.

Department: Youth Development Support Services

Additional Resources:
http://www.scusd.edu/SupportServices/Pages/YouthDevelopment.aspx
http://www.cityofsacramento.org/parksandrecreation/recreation/teens.htm
http://www.sccsc.org/html/youth.html