The city of Fontana, in partnership with the Fontana Unified School District, is continuing to offer free after-school programs students in kindergarten through eighth grade.

The California Department of Education After School Education and Safety program is intended to promote social, physical, intellectual and emotional development, according to a news release.

Because of the coronavirus pandemic, this year’s program has started remotely to support the school district’s distance learning with enrichment and academic activities.

The remote program includes homework support, health and wellness education, STEAM activities (science, technology, engineering, arts and math), Leading Education Art Program (LEAP) lessons; and physical activities.

In addition to those programs, the Fontana Extended Learning Program will provide school, principal and teacher support services; family one-on-one support services; English learner support; foster youth and McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act support; and Grab and Go Meal distribution support.

For registration or information, call 909-350-6585.



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