The primary objective for the Twin Oaks High School Stripes Program is to provide a safe and fun environment for students after school. We are trying to connect students with school who aren't close to school or who don't participate in school activities. It is also to help students improve grades and academic performance.
There is no cost to students for the program. It is funded through a grant from the California Department of Education.
The program offers academic assistance, tutoring, and homework support in core subjects, such as English, mathematics, and social science. Additionally, educational enrichment activities such as athletics, recreation, and workshops are offered.
Late buses are provided five days a week at 3:00 p.m. as well as snacks both at no cost to students. Off-campus sports practices do not include transportation.
Stripes Program Goals:
¨ Increase student academic achievement
¨ Increase self-esteem and improve life-skills
¨ Offer positive interaction in a safe and enriching environment
¨ Involve and support parents/guardians in developing positive family interaction2016-17 Winter Stripes Program Schedule:
Stripes Program Activities:
¨ Additional classes: English, math, science and history
¨ Individual tutoring
¨ Nutritious snacks and beverages
¨ Social activities (games, movies… fun stuff)
¨ Physical activities (soccer, volleyball, basketball, football, rugby)
¨ Family/Parent workshops
¨ Student-directed activities
¨ Cross-age tutoring Please see Mr. Hernandez in Room 4 to join our Stripes Program
ASSET Faculty Representative
Public Notice: Intent to Submit Application for Grant
DATE: September 20, 2012
The San Marcos Unified School District, in collaboration with the San Diego County Office of Education, intends to submit an application to the California Department of Education for the 21stCentury High School After School Safety and Enrichment for Teens Program. If granted, funds will be used to establish after school programs at San Marcos High School, Twin Oaks High School and Mission Hills High School. These after school programs will provide students with academic assistance and enrichment activities designed to complement the students’ regular academic program, and provide a safe environment for students participating in the programs.
Public input about the proposed 21stCentury Community Learning Center Program may be made to Nikki Di Ranna at San Marcos High School, Andy Baker at Twin Oaks High School or Josh Way at Mission Hills High School. Please check the SMUSD website for contact information.