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The After School Education and Safety (ASES) Grant is funded through the California Department of Education. The grant was made possible by the passage of Proposition 49. Beginning 2017-18, Tustin Unified will have a new contracted partner provider, California State University, Fullerton (CSUF) to provide the after school program, Titans ASES. ASES is a program for students in grades 1-5 at TUSD elementary schools and grades 6-8 at TUSD middle schools. The program is open each day that school is in session; participants attend the program from school dismissal until 5:45-6:00 PM. Titans ASES is free to families, and participation is subject to program capacity.
Students are served a nutritious meal that conforms to state and district nutritional standards. Titans ASES Instructors collaborate with principals and classroom teachers to support student homework and reading. District aligned educational and enrichment activities, and clubs are also provided along with daily structured recreational activities.
For the 2020-21 school year, the Titans ASES program will be offered in a virtual online format staring Monday, August 24, 2020. Please read the ASES program flyer for more information and complete an ASES application to enroll.
All students will be engaged in a FLEX Tutorial period during their academic week. During this 30 minute period, students will have the opportunity for tutorial, free choice reading, or study time; during weekly Advisory periods, students will engage in digital citizenship and/or SEL lessons. Students may be required to attend tutorial sessions while others may choose to attend free choice reading or study center offered by their teachers. Tutorial sessions offer targeted intervention activities for specific students. A crucial component to the FLEX period is the student’s daily use of the binder reminder. A binder reminder will be issued to each student during registration. Students who lose their binder reminder must purchase a new binder reminder for $5 at the library. Students are required to possess their binder reminder daily and must not tarnish them by removing, folding, cutting, or altering the binder reminder in any way possible.
AVID students provide peer tutoring to help students who want to get a head start on homework. Peer Tutoring provides homework help for all subjects and takes place after school from 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm in Mr. Valdez's Room F-18 on Tuesdays and in Mrs. Wolf's Room F-19 on Thursdays. Peer Tutoring is also available on Thursdays and Fridays during 7th- and 8th-grade lunch in the library.