FALLBROOK – This week, in celebration of the holidays, the Fallbrook Union Elementary School District After School Program delivered 820 cookies to all the schools in the district for After School students to decorate and enjoy before the holiday break.
In addition, the Boys and Girls Club/FUESD After School staff hosted holiday parties for students at each school. William H. Frazier Elementary even had a surprise visit from The Grinch himself.
FUESD Expanded Learning Opportunities Director Lillian Perez shared her excitement for this week's activities, "We are grateful that through our partnership with the Boys and Girls Club and support from our district, we can spread a little holiday cheer at each of our schools. The FUESD After School Team is excited to start the new year with exciting and enriching opportunities for our after school students."
FUESD After School is an expanded program this year that provides after-school care for every student at every school.
FUESD After School offers safe supervision and enrichment through dance, music, science, and tutoring for reading, writing, and math. In addition to our after-school care, FUESD is also offering fall, winter, and spring camps in collaboration with the Boys & Girls Club of North County.
Submitted by the Fallbrook Union Elementary School District.