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S.A.F.E. Afterschool Program
A Riverside County, Model of Excellence Award Winning Program

(951) 765-5100 Ext. 3901
Director: Mark Attebery
Asst. Principal: Scott Payne
Secretary: Nora Marquez
Coach: Trina Rangel
Coach: Cara Maya

HUSD and Harmony Elementary are applying to renew the SAFE: 21st Century Community learning Centers Program, for a five year cycle.

After School Program takes time to give back to the community. Read more here.

The Students Achieving in Fun Environments (SAFE) program is funded by Proposition 49 voted on by the citizens of California to provide a safe and nurturing environment for youth following school dismissal. Hemet Unified School District partners with Valley Wide Recreation, (PAL) Police Activities League and other community agencies to provide meaningful afterschool activities.

The SAFE Program provides students in grades first through eighth extended learning opportunities from school dismissal until 6:00 p.m. following regular school days. Activities vary by school, but each program includes these main components:

  • After-School snack
  • Educational and literacy component in content areas
  • Homework time with assistance for clarification
  • Educational enrichment component (visual and performing arts, recreational, physical fitness and prevention activities.)

Schools - Site Facilitators

Acacia - Judy Sullivan
Bautista - Wendy Hufferd
Cawston - Raquel Herbranson
Cottonwood - Stephanie Russell
Dartmouth - Diana Marcial
Diamond Valley - Thonacxy Delgadillo
Fruitvale - Ashley Jones
Hamilton - Teresa Haeckel
Harmony - Tim Nadel
Idyllwild - Sue Hines
Jacob Weins - Ruby Hernandez
Little Lake - Natalie Bogle
McSweeny - Geronimo Saenz
Ramona - Collette Johnson
Rancho Viejo - Sid Luna
Valle Vista - Karie Heier
Whittier - Suzette Lorenc
Winchester - Amanda Naus

Enrollment/Policies/Applications

Our program funding relies on regular daily attendance. Therefore all elementary students who register must attend every day that they attend school. All middle school students must attend at least nine (9) hours a week.

Students who are unable to fulfill the attendance requirement will be dropped.

Applications:

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