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SERRF After School Program

What is SERRF?

Safe Education and Recreation for Rural Families

The SERRF Expanded Learning Program is committed to stimulating student learning through the application of the following research-based principles that are aligned with Common Core Standards and reflected in our after-school and summer programming:

  • Learning is Active
  • Learning is Collaborative
  • Learning is Meaningful
  • Learning Supports Mastery
  • Learning Expands Horizons

Additionally, in collaboration with the Tehama County Department of Education, we are an official “No Excuses University” participant. Through this affiliation, we have established high expectations for student achievement and promote the importance of college and career readiness for all of our Tehama County youth.

SERRF serves all twenty-five Tehama County elementary and middle schools, including small, isolated rural school sites and provides 1800 kindergarten through eighth-grade students instruction in academics, enrichment, and recreation in coordination with schools to support the California Student Learning Standards.

In addition to other honors received, the SERRF Expanded Learning Program was prestigiously selected by California Department of Education to serve as a “California After School Demonstration Program,” one of nine in the state of California.

Now in its sixteenth year of development, board members, educators, parents, students, and community members see the Tehama County SERRF program as a vital element in maintaining the continual academic, social and emotional improvement of children in our county.

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Summer SERRF serves incoming Kinders through outgoing 8th grade students.  Recreation, sports, STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Math) along with reading and language arts, field trips, and much more!  Pre-Register is required prior to May 24, 2019

CUESD Summer SERRF Sites:  Rancho Tehama and Woodson Elementary School (corning area only).  Both breakfast and lunch is provided at no cost.  Please note: there is limited transportation.

Bus Schedules will be posted on the website by June 14, 2019.

Funding for these services is in part through the U.S, Department of Education Promise Neighborhood Grant Program, administered by the Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians.

SERRF 2019/20 Registration Information

Registration for the 2019/20 SERRF Program opens Monday, May 20, 2019.  Registration forms will be available online Monday, May 13, 2019.

The SERRF Expanded Learning Program provides a balanced program that includes Academic, Enrichment and Recreation curriculum in a safe, secure and caring after-school environment.

SERRF Program:

“Power Hour” Homework Time, Small Group Tutoring, One-on-One Mentoring, Learning Games, Book Clubs, Read Alouds, Mobile Computer Labs, Math/Science Activities, Arts & Cultural Activities, Healthy Lifestyles, Sports, Computer Technology, Study Skills, Career Exploration, Field Trips, Community Service, Guest Presentations, Girls Circle Character Education, Daily Snack, Recreation, No Excuses University, Leadership Opportunities, and so much more.