What is the Expanded Learning Opportunity Program (ELO-P)?
Assembly Bill 130 provides funds for after-school and intersession expanded learning opportunities for qualifying students. Program components include literacy and enrichment activities, physical activity, and an afternoon snack in a safe environment that promotes emotional wellness and building relationships.
The ELO-P is offered through the Solana Beach School District's Child Development Center (CDC).
SBSD Expanded Learning Opportunity Program Plan
Hours of Operation
School dismissal to 6:00 p.m.
Days of Operation
The days of operation will follow the CDC Calendar
CDC School-Age Calendar 2022-23
The CDC provides the ELO-P at all seven SBSD school sites during the school year
Summer Camp Programs are held at Carmel Creek, Skyline, and Solana Pacific schools
Student Eligibility for Free ELO-P Enrollment
Students who are enrolled in SBSD's schools and:
- Qualify for the Free or Reduced Lunch Program
- Classified as Foster Youth
- Experiencing homelessness