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Grades 9-12

The district's 21st Century High School After School Safety and Enrichment for Teens (ASSETs) program shall serve students in any of grades 9-12 as the district may determine based on local needs. (Education Code 8421)

The program shall be operated in accordance with the following guidelines:

1. Program Elements

a. The program shall include an academic assistance element that is coordinated with the regular academic program and includes, but is not limited to, at least one of the following: (Education Code 8421)

(1) Tutoring

(2) Career exploration, including activities that help students develop the knowledge and skills that are relevant to their career interests and reinforce academic content

(3) Homework assistance

(4) College preparation, including information about the Cal Grant program pursuant to Education Code 69430-69460

b. The program shall include an enrichment element that may include, but is not limited to: (Education Code 8421)

(1) Community service

(2) Career and technical education

(3) Job readiness

(4) Opportunities for mentoring and tutoring younger students

(5) Service learning

(6) Arts

(7) Computer and technology training

(8) Physical fitness

(9) Recreation activities

(cf. 6142.4 - Service Learning/Community Service Classes)

c. The program shall include a nutritional snack and/or meal and a physical activity element. (Education Code 8423)

d. The program shall provide for access to, and availability of, computers and technology. (Education Code 8423)

e. The Superintendent or designee shall assess students' preferences for program activities. (Education Code 8423)

2. Location of Program

a. The district's program may operate on one or multiple school sites or at another location approved by the CDE. (Education Code 8421)

b. If applying for a location off school grounds, the Superintendent or designee shall ensure that safe transportation is available for students, if necessary, and the program is at least as available and accessible as similar programs conducted on school sites. (Education Code 8421)

3. Hours of Operation

a. The district's program shall operate for a minimum of 15 hours per week. (Education Code 8421)

b. The district's program may be operated either after school only or for any combination of after school, before school, weekends, summer, intersession, and vacations. (Education Code 8422)

Volunteers

The Superintendent or designee may establish a registry of volunteer after-school physical recreation instructors and other before-school and after-school program volunteers. (Education Code 35021.3)

To be included in the registry, a volunteer shall submit to a criminal background check pursuant to Education Code 45125. He/she also shall submit current contact information to the district and shall update that information whenever the information changes. (Education Code 35021.3)

The Superintendent or designee may use a volunteer registered with the district or may select another person to provide physical recreation to students after school hours or to provide other services. (Education Code 35021.3)

Reports

The Superintendent or designee shall annually submit to the CDE outcome-based data, including, but not limited to: (Education Code 8427, 8482.3, 8484)

1. For participating students, school day attendance on an annual basis and program attendance on a semi-annual basis

2. Evidence of a program quality improvement process that is data driven and based on CDE program quality standards

(cf. 0500 - Accountability)

Regulation NEVADA JOINT UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT

approved: March 14, 2018 Grass Valley, California