The Region 4 Expanded Learning Programs Office at Alameda County Office of Education (ACOE) is proud to present a Resource Fair for before- and after-school, summer, and intersession programs. You are invited to browse through K-12 professional and instructional materials to support quality instruction and enrichment.
Is your ASES or 21st CCLC Program using a fee-for-service model? This session explains how fee structures are used to increase program sustainability. Join others in sharing promising practices, exploring sliding scale options, and understanding the priorities for serving homeless and foster youth at no charge. Grantees, program directors, and lead staff responsible for attendance are welcome.
Join us for drinks and appetizers as we honor emerging leaders in the out-of-school time and early learning fields. Meet the 2017 Leadership Development Institute for Emerging Leaders of Color fellows as we commemorate their successful completion of LDI with a special certificate presented by CDE After School Division Director Michael Funk on behalf of Superintendent Tom Torlakson.