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"Creating lasting change for children in need in the United States and around the world."

Save the Children

About the Program

Save the Children is a nonprofit provider of a researched-based afterschool program.  The program has been independently evaluated and is designed specifically for rural elementary schools.  The program meets the grant requirements of the California Afterschool Education and Safety Program.

Children attend three hours of after-school activities:
*  A one-hour literacy block incorporating read-alouds, reading practice, and fluency support.
* A half hour physical activities block utilizing the CATCH curriculum (Coordinated Approach to Child Health) and a healthy snack.
* one hour of homework help and enrichment activities. 

Save the Children is designed to operate independently from the regular school administrations.  Staff are provided comprehensive, technical assistance as well as multiple trainings to ensure effective program implementation.


For More Information

Please contact Save the Children San Bernardino California

Program Manager George Martinez

or Program Specialist Teresa Isarraraz
951-206 -2352.