Programs

The Expanded Learning Program (ELP) at Barack Obama Charter School strives to provide a program that is caring to the individual needs of children, and age-appropriate learning experiences that help each child progress to their fullest potential.

While in the program students will experience

  • Healthy snack
  • Homework help
  • Fun group games where honesty and fair play are reinforced
  • Field trips
  • Physical activity
  • New projects that let them explore their creativity
  • The company of friends

 

Activities

The program also offers a wide variety of enrichment activities, based on student needs and interests. Examples of such activities may include, but are not limited to:

  • Intervention Activities
  • Life Skills
  • Crafts
  • Group Recreational Games
  • Visual and Performing Arts
  • Character Education
  • Clubs (special interest)

We are pleased to announce that again this year, School Nutrition Plus, our food service vendor, will be providing your child with freshly-prepared, healthy meals every day. For more information, please visit SchoolNutritionPlus.com.

In order to better serve your child, we are also continuing to participate in the federally-assisted School Breakfast Program and the National School Lunch Program. These programs allow income-eligible students to eat breakfast and lunch at school for free or at a greatly reduced cost. The programs require all families to complete the alternative income form as part of the enrollment process. Click here to view the form in English and here for the Spanish version. For families who have not already submitted a form, they are available in the school office.

Non-fat and 1% milk are available at each meal. 100% juice and fruit are offered for breakfast and fresh fruits and veggies are served with lunch. Milk or juice is also provided with each snack.

NOTE: food menus subject to change. Vegetarian menu options are available. Parents must request vegetarian menu in advance.

This institution is an equal opportunity provider. For the full USDA Nondiscrimination Statement, click here.


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