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Before & After School Enrichment / ASES

As OGSD schools continue with distance learning, OGSD BASE will be providing full-time and part-time at certain locations. Please CLICK HERE for more information or to enroll. Additional sessions will be announced on our enrollment page. 

Summer Camp 2021 will be available for enrollment on April 12, 2021, please visit our PARENT PORTAL for more details. Summer Camp Flyer


Before and After-School Enrichment is offered at Anderson, Baldwin, Del Roble, Frost/Indigo, Hayes, Oak Ridge, Sakamoto, Santa Teresa, and Taylor for the 20-21 school year.

All centers provide before and after-school care for TK-6. The fee-based model of these services provides revenue for the district.
  • Annual non-refundable registration fee: $50.00 per child
  • 5% Sibling discount 
  • 20% Oak Grove employee discount based on verification
  • Subsidies accepted: Go Kids, CalWORKS, Choices for Children and others
  • Hours:
    • 6:30 am to 8:30 am** For exact end times refer to your school site bell schedule.
    • 1:30 pm to 6:00 pm

When children arrive Before School, they are greeted by our staff and provided a healthy breakfast and free choice activities. The students are excused for school about 10 minutes before their school day begins. TK and Kindergarten students are walked to their classrooms, and a staff member stays with them until the school’s playground supervision is present.

In the After-School Program, the students follow a daily schedule. This includes a team meeting, snack, homework time, outside play, free choice, reading time, and character building activities. The students are provided a quiet place where they work on homework and are provided assistance from staff. They participate in weekly character building activities which include subjects such as honesty, integrity, respect, cooperation, and gratitude. The Child Care Center provides an environment that promotes positive social interaction and development through play.
Contact Information:
Supervisor - Chan Chan Tran:
Frost BASE 
530 Gettysburg Drive
San Jose,CA 95123
Phone #: (408) 227- 8300 Ext. 315252
Location: Building in 2nd parking lot
Sakamoto BASE 
6280 Shadelands Dr.
San Jose,CA 95123
Phone #: (408) 227- 8300 Ext. 320211
Location: Portable 1 (P1)
Supervisor - Melissa McFarland-Jimenez :  
Baldwin BASE 
280 Martinvale Lane
San Jose,CA 95119
Phone #: (408) 227- 8300 Ext.306211
Location: P4
Santa Teresa BASE
6200 Encinal Dr.
San Jose,CA 95119
Phone #:(408) 227- 8300 Ext. 322244
Location: E4
Supervisor - Rosario Lozano:
Taylor BASE
410 Saunter Drive
San Jose,CA 95123
Phone #: (408) 227- 8300 Ext. 324238/324241
Location:Room 12A & 12B

Supervisor - Laura Demaree:
Anderson BASE
5800 Calpine Drive
San Jose,CA 95123
Phone #: (408) 227- 8300 Ext. 308252
Location:Room PI & PJ
Oak Ridge BASE
5920 Bufkin Drive
San Jose,CA 95123
Phone #: (408) 227- 8300 Ext. 318245
Location:Room P7
Supervisor - Izamary Cortez:
Del Roble BASE
5800 Calpine Drive
San Jose,CA 95123
Phone #: (408) 227- 8300 Ext. 312211
Location:Room P1 & P2
Hayes BASE
5035 Poston Drive
San Jose,CA 95136
Phone #: (408) 227- 8300 Ext. 325213
Location:Room P6

After School Education and Safety Programs (ASES)

The After School Education and Safety (ASES) Program is the result of the 2002 voter-approved initiative,
Proposition 49. The ASES program provides safe and educationally enriching alternatives for children and youth during non-school hours.  These programs are created through partnerships between schools and local community resources to provide literacy, academic enrichment and safe constructive alternatives for students in kindergarten through ninth grade (K-9).

The Oak Grove School District works closely with the Boys and Girls Club and YMCA to plan and implement a high quality ASES program for our students at Davis Intermediate School, Del Roble Elementary School, Stipe Elementary School, Christopher Elementary School, Hayes Elementary School and Edenvale Elementary School.

The ASES Programs are evaluated on a yearly basis using the Continuous Quality Improvement Planning Tool. The most recent evaluations are linked below:

Boys and Girls of America