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After School

Community Services Department, Lodi Unified and Stockton Unified School Districts all work together to provide free after-school programs, funded by a grant through the California Department of Education.  These programs are operated by the City of Stockton.


Register early for these programs as each school has an established capacity, based on the facility space at the school.   Registration is accepted at individual school sites.


Schools currently participating in the grant are:


Lodi Unified (ASES Bridge)

  • Ansel Adams
  • Clairmont
  • Creekside
  • Davis
  • Delta Sierra
  • McAuliffe Middle
  • Morada Middle
  • Mosher
  • Oakwood
  • Parklane
  • Sutherland
  • Wagner Holt
  • Westwood


Stockton Unified (STEP UP ASES)

  • Harrison
  • Hazelton
  • Hong Kingston
  • Marshall
  • Pulliam
  • Spanos


City-Managed Programs

The Community Services Department also offers affordable after-school care at John Muir Elementary.  The John Muir After School Program registration is accepted at the Oak Park Senior Center at 730 E. Fulton Street.


After-School Express

The Arndold Rue, Stribley and Van Buskirk Community Centers offer free drop-in after-school programs, administered by on-site community center staff.  For more information about this program, please call the community center or the After-School Program numbers listed on the Contact Us page.




External Links

Stockton Unified School District - STEP UP After-School Programs

Lodi Unified School District - Bridge After-School Programs

California Department of Education


This City of Stockton web page last reviewed on --- 12/17/2014