After School & 21st Century Program

Afterschool & 21st Century Programs

Salt River Elementary After School Program

Salt River Elementary After school Program provides a learning community in which teachers and staff provide instruction through innovation and creativity. We strive to provide individualized learning experiences that take each child to his or her next level of achievement. To provide excellence in student achievement and educational guidance.

Salt River Elementary School Afterschool Program is funded by the 21st Century grant in contribution to CCDF. The program allows for students to have an opportunity to receive additional instruction in core subject areas like reading, math, writing, and science linked to the AZ State and Common Core State Standards (CCSS). After school program is offered to 1st through 6th grade students Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, from 3:30 PM – 5:00 PM. Students have variety of classes to select from, such as, O’odham Culture, Awesome Artists, Exploring Math, Scavenger Hunt, Number Ninjas, STEM Science Club, etc.

Our goal is to increase the expectations of our students. We expect our students to succeed academically. Our after school program provides an opportunity for students to experience an extended time at the end of each school day. The extended time during after school consists of two hours of the following: snacks, physical activity, academic intervention, and enrichment class. Certified teachers and instructional assistants work with students to re-teach the students lessons aligned with the Arizona State and Common Core State Standards. The lessons help students succeed in their classrooms. Teachers are encouraged to use scientifically based research strategies in their classes which intrigue the students and help them see academics as something fun. The students are assessed at the beginning and end of each semester to measure academic gains made throughout the semester.

Eagles Club Schedule

3:15-3:30 PM Snacks in Cafeteria


Student may miss no more than 10% of the days of which they are enrolled or they will be dropped from their class.

  • Enrolled Monday/Tuesday class: 32 days - 3 days (10%) = dropped after three (3) absences
  • Enrolled Thursday/Friday class: 32 days - 3 days (10%) = dropped after three (3) absences

Please note: If a student is picked up early (before 4 p.m.), it will be considered an absence.


  • incident report – teacher will conference with student, inform parent(s), and notify coordinator.
  • incident reports – coordinator will provide behavior lesson to student
  • incident reports – student will be released from the program

Afterschool Coordinator  l  James Munoz  |  (480) 362-2470


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