Mt. Pleasant After School (MPAS)

MPAS District Coordinator
Daniel Patton
3434 Marten Avenue
San Jose, CA 95148
Phone (408) 314-6406
Email: dpatton@mpesd.org

August Boeger/ Ida Jew MPAS Site Supervisor
Rafael Pulido 
1966 Flint Avenue

San Jose, CA 95148
Phone (408) 532-3515
Email: rpulido@mpesd.org
Lead Instructor: Liliana Quezada
Email: lquezada@mpesd.org

Mt. Pleasant MPAS Site Supervisor
Fernando Rivas
14275 Candler Avenue
San Jose, CA 95127
Phone (408) 532-3516
Email: mmeza@mpesd.org

Robert Sanders MPAS Site Supervisor
Krissel Camat
3411 Rocky Mountain Drive
San Jose, CA 95127
Phone (408) 532-3517
Email: frivas@mpesd.org

Valle Vista MPAS Site Supervisor
Gabriel Mendoza
2400 Flint Avenue
San Jose, CA 95148
Phone (408) 532-3518
Email: kcamat@mpesd.org

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MPAS Brochure
English
Spanish

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Registration Information
2017 - 18 MPAS Registration Information (S).docx
2017 -18 MPAS Registration Information.docx

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Registration Forms English

Registration Form.pdf
Parent Agreement.pdf
Student Medical Form.pdf
Early Release Policy copy.pdf

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Registration Forms Spanish
Spanish Registration Form.pdf
Spanish Parent Agreement.pdf
Spanish Student Medical Form.pdf
Spanish Early Release Form copy.pdf

Parent Survey
https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/26629CJ


Program Coordinator & Site Supervisors

Supervisors 17

August Boeger MPAS
Boeger Staff 17

Ida Jew MPAS
IJ staff
Mt. Pleasant MPAS
MPAS MP 17
Robert Sanders MPAS
Rs 2017

Valle Vista MPAS
MPAS VV

Mt. Pleasant After School (MPAS) is free to all participating students; it operates Monday through Friday from the time school is out until 6:00pm. It’s built around three central components: Homework Center, Enrichment Classes, and Physical Activity & Sports Programs.

Homework Center: every student is required to participate in an hour of academic programming at least four days a week.  During the homework period, students receive assistance from MPAS staff at a 20:1 ratio. Instructional supplies are provided to assist with homework completion. Additionally, MPAS staff has access to the school district’s parental Internet viewer – allowing them to monitor homework assignments and completion rates as recorded by each student’s teacher. For students who finish their homework early, Mount Pleasant After School provides academically enriching activities and self-paced supplemental curriculum for students to further improve their core academic skills.

Enrichment Classes: are offered in six to eight week sessions and are similar to “electives.” At our elementary sites, students rotate through all the classes offered by the staff. At the middle school site, “showcasing” happens the week prior to the new session. Staff members present their classes to groups of students and students sign up for the classes that they're most interested in. The Site Supervisor ultimately places students based on their attendance and behavior. At the end of each session there is a Culminating Event, a gathering where school faculty, family, and friends can see what students learned throughout the session, usually in the form of performances and/or a recognition ceremony. Each class aligns to at least one California Academic Standard, addresses multiple intelligences, and the 41 Developmental Assets.

Physical Activity & Sports Programs:
In addition to all students completing the Healthy Life curriculum, which teaches healthy eating and living habits, each student also participates in regular, structured physical activity throughout the week.  Outside of this program, we take part in beginner sports leagues for elementary students and competitive sports leagues for middle school students.  Participation in the sports programs is voluntary. We see these activities as vital to our program model, providing participants with the recommended amount of exercise they need each day while reinforcing their listening skills, sportsmanship, teamwork, and self confidence.

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