After School Education and Safety (ASES)
Woodland Joint Unified School District has After School Education and Safety (ASES) programs at eight elementary school sites: Beamer, Dingle, Freeman, Maxwell, Plainfield, Tafoya, Whitehead and Woodland Prairie. The ASES program is funded through a state grant and requires students to attend the program until 6:00 pm each and every day. The program starts immediately after school and consists of homework support, enrichment, recreation and a nutritious snack. Our mission is to create an enriching, safe, academic and fun environment, conducive to learning, that will impact students' education and lives in a positive manner. The program is open to students in grades two through six; some sites allow kindergarten and first grade students.
For more information contact, DeAnn Tenhunfeld, here
or the ASES Site Coordinators:
- Beamer Elementary ASES: Johana Ramirez-Zapien 530-681-7919
- Dingle Elementary ASES: Ashlynn Gardner 530-867-1996
- Freeman Elementary ASES: Laura Killion 530-867-2107
- Maxwell Elementary ASES: Alexandra Diaz 530-867-2147
- Plainfield Elementary ASES: Eduardo Gonzalez 530-723-8425
- Tafoya Elementary ASES: Katie Bruner 530-867-2150
- Whitehead Elementary ASES: Monica Coronado 530-867-2182
- Woodland Prairie Elementary ASES: Destiny Garcia 530-723-0872
SAVE THE DATE! Summer Programs are coming to all ASES Sites again this year. June 13-24, 2022. Check with your site coordinator for times. All are welcome!
The Spanish/English Dual Immersion (DI) program at WJUSD provides a pathway for students to become bilingual and biliterate. Students receive 50% English instruction and 50% Spanish instruction. Students who successfully meet the state requirements can then receive the California State Seal of Biliteracy on their diploma upon high school graduation.
The DI program is offered at the following sites:
- Beamer Park Elementary
- Woodland Prairie Elementary
- Dingle Elementary
For more information contact, Maria Orozco, email
Gifted and Talented Education (GATE)
For information on GATE programs, please click here.
Transitional Kindergarten is an early childhood education program that builds a bridge between the preschool years and the traditional kindergarten curriculum for children not meeting the state's new kindergarten-age enrollment date.
A child is eligible for transitional kindergarten in the 2020-2021 school year if their fifth (5th) birthday is between September 2, 2020 and December 2, 2020.
The school sites with TK classrooms are: Beamer, Gibson, Maxwell, Spring Lake and Whitehead Elementary Schools. Parents must apply and submit their applications to the WJUSD Enrollment Services.
For more information, please call Enrollment Services at (530) 406-3240.