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Before & After School RAP

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RAP Parent Orientation & Registration Guidebook - English

Guía de RAP de Orientación de Padres y Inscripción - Español

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Contact Us

O: 310.973.1300 Ext 50107

Dennis Howard
Director of Expanded Day Programs
Ext. 50106

Maggie Guillen
RAP Program Manager
Ext. 52043

Jeanetta Ellison                          RAP Program Manager
Ext. 53242

Sylvia Madrigal
RAP Secretary
Ext. 50107

Zoila Galindo
RAP Account Clerk
Ext.  53217

Site Supervisors

Addams Middle School
Diana Villarreal, Program Supervisor
Ext. 51244

Anderson Elementary School
Sofia Lazaro, RAP Program Supervisor
Ext. 52241 

FDR Elementary School
Elena Carrillo-Rodriguez, Program Supervisor
Ext. 53020/57243

Green Elementary School
Elena Hernandez-Moreno, Program Supervisor
Ext. 54241

Mitchell Elementary School
Paola Galvez, Program Supervisor
Ext. 55241

Rogers Middle School
Silvia Felix, Program Supervisor
Ext. 56241

Smith Elementary School
Emily Olivares, Program Supervisor
Ext. 58241

Twain Elementary School
Chris Swartzbaugh, Program Supervisor
Ext. 59244

Before School
Michelle Rangel, Program Supervisor
Ext. 53241

 

 

RAP at a Glance

Realizing Amazing Potential (RAP) is the Lawndale Elementary School District’s before and after school program. The program expands and enhances classroom instruction for LESD students.

Where formal education ends, the RAP program begins. We create real world learning environments where students have opportunities to explore, engage, and develop significant life skills.

Students in TK - 8th grade can join our morning program from 6:45 AM - 8:30 AM and/or our afternoon program from school dismissal to 6:00 PM. Join today!

RAP services
 
Active Learning

Learning and memory recall of new knowledge is strengthened through different exposures- seeing, hearing, touching, and doing.  After school & summer activities should involve young people in "doing"- activities that allow them to be physically active, stimulate their innate curiosity, and that are hands-on and project-based.

Collaborative Learning

After school & summer programs should help young people build team skills that include listening to others, supporting group learning goals, and resolving differences and conflicts.  Collaborative learning happens when learners engage in a common task where each individual depends on and is accountable to each other.

Meaningful Learning

Learning is meaningful when youth have some ownership over the learning topic, that means to assess their own progress, and when the learning is relevant to their own interests, experiences, and the relevance is important to all youth.

Learning That Expands Horizons

After-school & summer programs should provide learning opportunities that take youth beyond their current experience and expand their horizons.  They should go beyond the walls of their facilities to increase young people's knowledge of their surrounding neighborhood and the larger global community.

Expanded Learning Opportunities Program(ELOP)
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