These ASES programs are created through partnerships between schools and local community resources to provide literacy, academic enrichment and safe, constructive alternatives for students in kindergarten through ninth grade. Funding is designed to: (1) maintain existing before and after school program funding; and (2) provide eligibility to all elementary and middle schools that submit quality applications throughout California.
The After School Education and Safety (ASES) Program is the result of the 2002 voter-approved initiative, Proposition 49. The application is for new grantees as well as existing grant recipients who wish to increase funding.
- Public Agency
ASES programs at elementary and middle/junior high schools.
Matching Funding Requirement:
The Education Code requires that each ASES program provide cash or in-kind local funds totaling no less than one-third of the grant amount. Facilities or space usage may fulfill no more than 25 percent of the required local contribution (EC sections 8483.7[a] and 8483.75[a]).
Allowable match includes cost of services provided by the local educational agency (LEA) and/or their subcontractors, using non-ASES funds.
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