After School/Expanded Learning

Students in Tulare County have access to support in before-school programs, after-school programs, supplemental/summer programs, and, in some communities, during school intercession periods. Together, these services are known as “Expanded Learning Programs.” 

TCOE's CHOICES After School Program (CASP)
The Tulare County Office of Education operates after school/expanded learning programs throughout the county primarily for elementary and middle school students through its CHOICES After School Program (CASP). 

Current, CASP serves students in: 
  • Alta Vista School 
  • Alpaugh Unified School District
  • Dinuba Unified School District
  • Ducor Union School 
  • Earlimart School District
  • Hope School 
  • Kings River Union School
  • La Sierra Military Academy
  • Palo Verde Union School
  • Pleasant View School 
  • Richgrove School 
  • Saucelito School
  • Stone Corral School 
  • Sunnyside Union School 
  • Terra Bella Union School District
  • Tulare City School District
  • Waukena Joint Union School 
Additional Tulare County Extended Learning Providers
In Tulare County, expanded learning is provided a number of school districts, including: 
  • Burton School District
  • Cutler-Orosi Joint Unified School District
  • Exeter Unified School District
  • Farmersville Unified School District
  • Lindsay Unified School District
  • Monson-Sultana Joint Union School District
  • Pixley Union School District
  • Porterville Unified School District
  • Tulare Joint Union High School District
  • Sundale Union School District
  • Tipton School District
  • Visalia Unified School District
  • Woodlake Unified School District
  • Woodville Union School District
In addition, expanded learning is offered by several community-based organizations. 

Boys and Girls Club of the Sequoias (Exeter, Porterville, Strathmore, Tulare)
ProYouth Expanded Learning (Exeter, Tulare, Visalia, Woodville)
Parents seeking expanded learning options are encouraged to contact their local school districts for more information.
Region VII System of Support for Expanded Learning
The Region VII System of Support for Expanded Learning provides leadership and technical assistance to Expanded Learning Programs throughout Tulare, Kings, and Madera counties that receive state funding for After School Education and Safety (ASES) and/or federal funding for 21st Century Learning Community Center (21stCCLC) and After School Safety and Enrichment for Teens (ASSETs) programs. More information on available support is available to district administrators in Tulare, Kings and Madera county schools.