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Child Development / After School Programs

The Live Oak School District-Child Development Program offers families a state funded (California Department of Education (CDE), and Child Development Division (CDD)) & licensed Early Care and Education Program at the Live Oak, Green Acres and Del Mar Elementary School sites. We provide morning (8:30-11:30) and afternoon (12:30-3:30) preschool classes to over 170 children district wide, 186 days per year. A four-six week summer session is also offered to those students who will be entering kindergarten in the fall.

The Live Oak School District-Child Development Program offers an excellent after school program for kindergarten through 5th grade students at Live Oak, Del Mar, and Green Acres Elementary Schools. In addition, a full day winter, spring and summer camp is available when school is not in session. The program is funded by the Department of Education, Child Development Division and accepts tuition payments from the Santa Cruz County Human Resource Agency (HRA-Calworks), Santa Cruz County Voucher Project, as well as family fees. Free and low cost tuition is available for those families who may qualify.

 After School Education and Safety Program (ASES)

The Live Oak School District-ASES program offers an excellent after school program that recruits students 1st-5th grade at Live Oak, Del Mar and Green Acres Elementary Schools.  It provides students with an extension of the school day.  Students participate 5 days a week from the end of school until 6pm.  The ASES program provides an opportunity to merge school reform strategies with community resources. The goal is to support local efforts to improve assistance to students and broaden the base of support for education in a safe, constructive environment.  Students are provided with an hour of academic support and homework tutorial, an hour of enrichment hands on learning, physical education and snack each day. The program is funded by a state grant that resulted from the 2002 voter-approved initiative, Proposition 49.


The Shoreline Teen Center (“The Club”) provides middle school students in the Live Oak School District with an organized after school program focusing on educational enrichment and recreational activities. The program is facilitated by the Santa Cruz County Boys & Girls Club. For more information please call, 475-6565 ext. 130



Melanie Sluggett


462-1116 ext. 274



Darcy Chown

All-site Supervisor

462-1116 ext. 279



Elizabeth Bautista

State Preschool Administrative Secretary

462-1116 ext. 275



Debbie Yaeger

After School Aministrative Secretary

462-1116 ext. 276



Joanna Zamudio

Family Liaison-Administrative Support

462-1116 ext. 207