Long Beach Unified School District; the City of Long Beach Parks and Recreation and Marine; Long Beach Community Action Partnership; Boys and Girls Clubs of Long Beach; Camp Fire USA; Conservation Corps of Long Beach; International Center for Education and Sports (ICES) and YMCA of Greater Long Beach work together to implement a city-wide WRAP (Winners Reaching Amazing Potential) program offered after school and during Thanksgiving, spring, winter, and summer recesses. Through these programs, thousands of local students and their families have access to convenient, no-cost, high-quality expanded learning programs on their school campuses every day. The WRAP program is designated as a balanced mixture of academic enrichment and assistance and physically and emotionally healthy activities that are fundamental components of youth development.
Mission and Vision
Mission: To provide high quality expanded learning opportunities for all students.
Vision: To enrich the experiences of youth by providing diverse and quality programming that supports the academic, social emotional and physical needs of our students, based on youth voice and choice, and input from and in collaboration with partner organizations, teachers, parents and the community.
Notice of Public Availability of WRAP Evaluation Results
The results of evaluations which are used to refine and improve the WRAP program and its performance are available to the public upon request.
Notice of Intent to Apply
After School Education and Safety Program Universal Grant
21st Century High School ASSETs Program
The Long Beach Unified School District (LBUSD) is providing this notice of intent to apply for the 21st Century High School After School Safety and Enrichment for Teens (ASSETs) Program grant for Cabrillo High School. Cabrillo currently has an ASSETs grant, but the funding will expire at the end of this school year. In order to continue to provide high quality before- and after-school programs for Cabrillo's students, LBUSD intends to apply for a renewal of this grant through the California Department of Education. LBUSD is the Local Education Agency responsible for submitting the application for funding, and the application is due on or before December 21, 2016. Further information may be obtained by calling the LBUSD WRAP Expanded Learning Program office at (562) 498-2324.
21st Century Community Learning Centers
The Long Beach Unified School District (LBUSD) is providing this notice of intent to apply for the 21st Century Community Learning Centers grant. The application is due on or before December 21, 2016. This notice outlines LBUSD’s plan for submitting the application through the California Department of Education. This notice identifies LBUSD as the Local Education Agency responsible for submitting the application for funding. LBUSD operates an expanded learning program known as Winners Reaching Amazing Potential (WRAP) at fifty-six K-12 school sites across the district. The program provides students with academic enrichment, homework help, physical activity and a nutritious snack at no cost to students or families. The 21st Century Community Learning Center funding is currently used to fund afterschool program sites in LBUSD. These funds will expire at the end of this school year. WRAP sites have a high demand to service more students. LBUSD intends to apply for funding for the 2017-18 school year to continue to serve the maximum number of students possible in this free, daily expanded learning program. Further information can be obtained from the WRAP Office at (562) 498-2324.
The WRAP Program is continuously seeking new and renewed grant funding for after-school programs. More information on grants for which the district is applying.
EACCR - WRAP - Administration
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(562) 997-8000 x.7177
WRAP Program Director