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Eagle's Nest

 

Eagle’s Nest After-School Program
Growing Minds After-School

 

Meet The Staff!
Elizabeth Lyon – After School Coordinator
Karly LaBass – Group Leader
Lisa Dorrity– Group Leader
Jennifer Sahines – Group Leader

Alicia Chavez - Group Leader
 

Mission Statement
The mission of Hart-Ransom Elementary School is that all students will master grade-level skills, based on California State Standards and will accomplish proficient achievement as measured by classroom, district, state and national assessments.
We will:

  • Support students who do not achieve proficient levels through identification, intervention, and remediation, to bring them to proficiency.
  • Motivate and engage students through meaningful, active research-based strategies, using state adopted curriculum, which inspires students and staff to continue to learn.
  • Teach civic rights and responsibilities to enable students to be contributing, good citizens both today and in their future.
  • Promote strengths of students and staff through a safe and secure community environment that encourages positive, interpersonal relationships.
  • Provide enrichment and recreational activities to provide a positive, growth environment for students in the after school Eagle’s Nest program.

Commitment to students and their learning is the heart of Hart-Ransom.  Hart-Ransom School is truly a good place for children and adults to learn and grow and together we continue to “Soar into Tomorrow.”

Brief Program Description
Eagle’s Nest after school program is a safe and engaging place for students to grow and learn after school. It is our goal to provide a safe, enriching, and nurturing environment. The program focuses on three components academic, enrichment, and recreation. Academic component includes homework time, homework assistance, and tutoring. enrichment component includes cooking lessons, arts & crafts, fieldtrips, science experiments, gardening, dance, and much more. Recreation component includes traditional sports such as; basketball, baseball, soccer, non-traditional sports such as; badminton, scoops, jump-ropes, races, frisbee golf, and team building activities. Program hours are Monday – Friday from 2:00pm – 6:00 pm. Minimum days are from 12:50-6:00 pm and we are closed on holidays. There is a monthly fee of $75.00 per student.  We have a staff of one to every 20 students (1 to 20 ratio). 
Our enrollment is closed for the 2017 – 2018 school year, but we are accepting applicants to be placed on our wait list. Please visit the school office to place your student(s) on our wait list.