Meadowbrook Middle School ASES

Before and After-School Activities
858-748-0802 x 2122

Terry Tu, ASES Site Supervisor 
Laura Farace, ASES Lead  ASES Office: Room 122 Phone: 858-748-0802 ext. 2122

Meadowbrook Middle School

ASES: After-School Education and Safety 2019-20

Our ASES staff is excited to meet you and have you join our program!  Our program is grant funded, which allows ASES to provide our services without any cost.  However, participants must meet attendance requirements.  We will adhere to the guidelines of the grant that provides our funding, which stipulates that priority must be given to students who attend ASES five days per week and meets the required late arrival time (morning program) or early release time (afternoon program).  Because our program is always at capacity, enrollment priority will be given to students who stay past 5:30 PM meeting the intent of the grant.


During the pre-registration period, we will enroll current ASES students, as well as their younger siblings.  ASES will be offering registration nights. Please see the schedule below for specific dates and times for your registration night.  You will have the opportunity to complete and submit your application at registration night.  Staff will be available to assist with registration forms and are available for any questions.  For additional information on our program, please visit the ASES link

Before School Hours of Operation

Monday, Wednesday-Friday 6:00AM-7:30AM, Tuesday 6:00AM-8:50 AM

Note: Late Arrival - Students must arrive before 6:44AM Monday, Wednesday-Friday
and before 7:24AM on Tuesday


After School Hours of Operation

Monday-Friday 2:30PM-6:00PM

Note: Early Release - Students may be picked up any time after 4:30PM,
Academy students may be picked up after 5:00PM


Registration Period 2019

Meeting Night

5th Grade Parent Night:

Wednesday March 6th - Tuesday March 12th.*
All spots are filled for incoming 6th grade students at this time. Please complete the wait list (found below or on the side bar).

Wednesday, March 6, 2019

5:30-7:00 PM in MPR

 *Note: Spots will be open until they are filled.  A waitlist will start when capacity is reached.



Sports.  The sports program does not include any “cuts.”  Each season typically runs for six weeks. Practices are held M-Th 3:30-4:30.  We ask students to attend at least 75% of the practices to participate in the District events.

All students have a daily homework room in which they can work on their homework.  The library is open until 5 if they need more time to finish their homework.  Our goal is to have students go home with their homework completed without sacrificing their involvement in extracurricular activities.

Students who stay on campus after 2:30 must be involved in one of the scheduled activities or with a teacher or staff member.  Students may not leave campus and then return unless accompanied by a parent/guardian. 
          What does your child’s time at the after-school program look like?
  • The dismissal bell for school rings at 2:25.  Students have 5 minutes to get to one of the activities.  Students may not loiter around campus.
  • Homework hour is 2:25-3:15.
  • Snack Time is 3:15-3:25 A free, nutritious snack is served during this time.
  • The second period of activities is 3:25-4:15 
  • The third period of activities is 4:15-5:00.

  • What can parents do to help us be successful?
  • Report to Room 122 to check out your child.  The staff member at the gate will radio for your child.  You are always welcome to enter the campus to join your child or see what activity they have been doing. 
  • Please remind your child that scanning in and out is required every day. This is how we track attendance and it is vital that the most accurate attendance data is maintained.
  • If someone other than yourself or one of the people you designated on the registration form will be picking up your child, please send in a signed note with the specific information.  Your child gives it to a staff member.  Email is also acceptable.
  • Know your child’s friends!  Sometimes a student does not come to our program but goes home after school with a friend and forgets to inform their parent.  If you know the name(s) of their friend(s), we may be able to help you locate your child.
  • If possible, send in an extra snack with your child.  At this age, food is always on their mind!  It seems like they just ate, are eating, or are thinking about what they will eat next!
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