ASES Staff

Jacqueline Bolden K-1st

Estrellita Avendano  1st-2nd

Hiedei Fuller 3rd- 4th

Saul Hernandez 5th-6th

Ivory Tackwood-CSA

Jenkins, Dorothy
Teacher/Site Coordinator
Thomas, Kimberly
Program Administrator
Walker, Edrian
Regional Coordinator

Parents / Students Locker

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ASES Program

Chopped! (Thematic Unit Activities (Hernandez and Avendano) and Showcase)

Winter Wonderland Dinner & Dance

Movie Night! Healthy Choices and Behaviors

Space Jam!-Showcase #3

Flourish Foundation - Hip Hop Dance through ASES

Bully Prevention with Sgt. Jones and Dep. Williams

Stand Up to Bullying! Showcase #2

Lights On!

America The Beautiful


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Hours of Operation

  • The program begins on the first day of school and ends on the last day of school.
  • Students are to attend the after school program from 2:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. daily, except on Wednesdays when the program will run from 1:15 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
  • On district minimum days, student are dismissed at 12:15 pm. The ASES program will be available upon dismissal at 12:15p.m. to 6:00.


Dominguez Rancho Adobe Museum

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Site Coordinator

Contact Info

Ms. Jenkins, the site coordinator, can be reached at 310-898-6430 EXT. 56247 during after school hours.


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Program Elements
The ASES Grant requires that all grantees provide a program which is aligned with, and not be a repeat of, the content of the regular school day and other extended learning opportunities in a safe physical and emotional environment. After school programs in Compton Unified School District consists of three essential components:

  • Academic Enrichment: In addition to receiving tutorial opportunities by CUSD classroom teachers, students who are enrolled in the Compton Unified School District ASES Program also receive supplemental instruction in one or more of the core academic subjects (reading/language arts, mathematics, history and social studies, or science). Each lesson is designed to reinforce previously introduced skills.

  • Project Based Enrichment: Students are exposed to teaching that active, collaborative, and meaning full through long-term group projects aimed at building self-esteem through cooperative groups. Each project is intended to offer students an opportunity to expand their knowledge on a specified topic through visual and performing arts. At the conclusion of each five to seven week thematic unit, students will have an opportunity to showcase their newly found skills to district officials, parents, guardians and community members through a school-wide student showcase.

  • Homework Assistance: Children will have an opportunity to start/complete assigned homework in accordance with CUSD grade level guidelines on appropriate homework time increments. The after school program does not guarantee that all homework will be completed.