ASES Programs | News

After spending the 2020-21  school year online, this year our staff has been servicing our students in person. We have continued to provide homework help, physical activity, and different enrichments. This year we continued our annual tradition of our Book giveaway during literacy week in September, where every student chose a new book to keep. Our Pie Social provided a cupcake to each student and each site created a thankful tree to help us remember all the great things we are thankful for. Our middle schools have started a new DJ club where students are able to learn the fundamentals of DJ’ing during program and we ended the 2021 year with our Annual Winter Literacy Fest, where students were given 5 free books to enjoy over the winter break. We have so many more events this second semester that students are already participating in such as our Read across America activities, Walk-a-thon, District Talent Show, Spring Literacy Fest, and so much more.

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Distance Learning and Alternative Programming

HLPUSD Delhaven ASES Programs
Distance Learning and Alternative Programming

During these difficult and uncertain times, we at Delhaven understand that a lot of parents and students are looking for free educational resources for distance learning. Delhaven Community Center and our HLPUSD ASES staff are excited to add to the resources already available with our own selection of worksheets and videos.

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SGPRC | Alternative Ways to Provide Services

April 1, 2020

Delhaven Community Center will be offering the following continued services and offering the following alternative ways of providing services.  In doing so, we will continue to follow all current applicable HIPAA guidelines, CDC Guidelines, Regional Center Guidelines, and Health and Safety Guidelines that are pertinent to the current CoronaVirus crisis.

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BWC (Because We Care)

Because We Care

Since 1972- almost 50 years of service, Delhaven has been revolutionary in our development of new concepts of needed programming within our community. From being the first to provide structured after school educational and enrichment activities at our location and at school facilities, to being instrumental in the development of Special Olympics back in their grass roots beginnings, to the development of a specialized program working closely with our schools for children with emotional and / or behavioral challenges, and many more.

Delhaven has developed a new program called Because We Care. This unique program focuses on providing a support system for those facing challenges with mental illness, learning disabilities, and services for our special needs population. These services consist of the development of a network of various types of therapists, including those specializing in mental illness, speech, behavioral, physical, educational, art, and music, whom we can connect those in need of those services with. The program also provides financial support, and family support groups. As part of this program, we will be creating an Adaptive Physical Fitness Center. These services are all being provided in a very healthy, comfortable environment here at Delhaven where our families already know and trust us, and where all of the bureaucracy is left out.

For more intimate information on this program please contact Tim Seal at:

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