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After School Programs

Project Kidz Connect

Our Mission

NMUSD's Expanded Learning Program will provide a safe and inclusive before-school, after-school, and summer learning environment where every student is seen, every student matters, and every student is valued. Through a creative and inspiring mentorship, every student is challenged to grow towards reaching their full potential as a thriving student today and a responsible community citizen of tomorrow.

Our Program

Our curriculum includes academics, nutrition, physical recreation, arts and enrichment that support Newport-Mesa Unified School District initiatives.

We promote diverse learning experiences designed to challenge and maximize each student’s potential.

 

QUALITY STANDARDS FOR EXPANDED LEARNING PROGRAMS
2022-2023 FOCUS GOALS

CONNECT
Standard #1  Safe and Supportive Environment
The program provides a safe and nurturing environment that supports the developmental, social-emotional and physical needs of all students.

ENRICH
Standard #2  Active and Engaged Learning
Program design and activities reflect active, meaningful and engaging learning methods that promote collaboration and expand student horizons.

INSPIRE
Standard #4  Youth Voice and Leadership
The program provides and supports intentional opportunities for students to play a meaningful role in program design and implementation, and provides ongoing access to authentic leadership roles.

City of Costa Mesa ROCKS Program

Recreation on Campus for Kids (R.O.C.K.S.) after-school program is a fee-based program at Victoria Elementary. The R.O.C.K.S. program provides supervision by City of Costa Mesa Recreation staff on the school’s playground Monday through Friday from the time school is dismissed until 6 p.m. for children grades kindergarten through 6th. The program is open during the school year and is closed during all school holidays, in-service days and vacation breaks.

 

A registration form must be completed for each participant where there is payment options per Session, Tri-Installment, and Yearly.  Registration and payment of fees can be made at the Costa Mesa City Hall, the Downtown Recreation Center, the Neighborhood Community Center, or register online. The Victoria office will NOT be accepting registration forms or payments.

 

For more information, contact the R.O.C.K.S. Program Director at (714) 754-5013.

Project Kids Expanded Learning Program
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