L.A.C.E.R. Afterschool Programs
King Middle School 2014-15
Now in our 19th year, the L.A.C.E.R. Afterschool Programs opened on Tuesday August 12th to over 1,000 students in six public schools across Los Angeles for the 2014-2015 school year. Our award winning programs are particularly popular this year and we saw crowds that had all of us working extra hard to accommodate every student possible. We appreciate the great patience and assistance we have received from students, parents, volunteers and school staff.
Our program at King Middle School is one of the programs that has record attendance again this year. The program is coordinated everyday, Monday through Friday, from Room 500 where students sign-in and choose one the free classes offered such as King Dance, King Drill, basketball, flag football and visual art. L.A.C.E.R.'s Homework Club is located in the school's library and students who participate in this offering meet there each day to sign-in.
All of the classes at King are available, however, our academic offering, the Homework Club, has reached the capacity of 85 students and has a waiting list of aprox. 200 students. In order to participate in this free after school program we require students to commit to attending at least three days a week and stay until 6:00 pm each day. If it's necessary to take a student out of the program earlier than 6:00 pm there is an early release form with each of the instructors that must be filled out. A free snack is provided to all students each day, on a staggered schedule, in Room 500.
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