Roosevelt After School Programs
After School Enrichment Program (ASEP): A variety of fun, educational classes are organized by REEF. In the past, these have included knitting, cartooning, astronomy, theater, foreign languages, dance and much more! Sign ups are announced in the fall and spring. Fees vary. Classes run for one hour after dismissal.
SBUSD/After School Program (TK/K only): A district supported program that focuses on providing safe, enriching and educationally-sound environment that supplements and supports the regular school day. It also features academic program and field trips. This program is available year-round (summer and school breaks). Participants must meet income requirements, if subsidized by the State of California. Non-subsidized spaces are available.
City Parks & Recreation After School Program (RAP): RAP is a safe, supervised and fun recreational experience for children in 1st-6th grades supported by the City of Santa Barbara. Daily activities include arts and crafts, sports and recreation, homework help and reading time. We welcome the participation of children with special needs in RAP and other programs offered by Parks and Recreation.
Girls Inc. of Greater Santa Barbara: Girls Incorporated is a national non-profit providing enriching hands on experiences in a safe and supportive girl only environment with the mission of inspiring all girls to be strong, smart, and bold. Programs include science, art, cooking, sports, computers, library, field trips, and more!
Eastside Santa Barbara Boys and Girls Club: This state-licensed daycare is located at 632 E. Canon Perdido Street. All K-6 students are eligible and care continues until 6:00 p.m. Transportation is not provided from Roosevelt’s campus at this time, however the Roosevelt school bus has a nearby stop (see Arrivals and Departures). For more information, call: (805) 962-2382
Westside Santa Barbara Boys and Girls Club: A van picks up students from Roosevelt’s main office and transports them to this state-licensed daycare at 602 W. Anapamu St. All K-6 students are eligible and care continues until 6:00 p.m. Contact the Club for a registration packet. Contact: (805) 966-2811.