After School Enrichment Program (ASEP)
21st Century Community Learning Centers
This program supports the creation of community learning centers
that provide academic enrichment opportunities during non-school
hours for children, particularly students who attend high-poverty
and low-performing schools. The program helps students meet state
and local student standards in core academic subjects, such as
reading and math; offers students a broad array of enrichment
activities that can complement their regular academic programs; and
offers literacy and other educational services to the families of
- Provide regularly scheduled enrichment activities
- Improve student behavior during the regular school day (fewer
- Increase student attendance in school
- Improve academic achievement (quarterly grades, DIBELS,
- Increase family and community involvement
- Art-offered by various instructors
- Character Ed by various instructors
- Computers-Microsoft word, excel and PowerPoint taught by Cindy
- Fitness for all age groups - basketball, gymnastics, football,
- Music -taught by Nora McGalliard
- Cosmetology-taught by Heather Thomas for grades 4-8
- Creative Writing taught by Cindy Short for grades 7-8
Family & Community Involvement
- The Library will be open on Thursday from 3:15-5:30 for parent
use of computers and resources.
- Family Nights at the end of each nine weeks.
Registration and Tuition
Students will need to have a current registration on file for
them to stay in the 2012-2013 program.
Students will begin the Monday AFTER they turn in a registration
form. There are 15 openings per class. If you are not one of the
first 15 accepted into registration for a class, your child will be
put on a waiting list. You will be notified by phone if an opening
becomes available during the year. Students are asked to be present
80% of the time.
Tuition is $10.00 a
week. You may pay $40.00 at the 1st of the month
or pay $10.00 weekly. This is to be sent to the Program
Director at the first of the month or on Mondays. Elementary
students may give this to homeroom teachers and they will send it
to the Program Director. High School students may give this
directly to the Program Director (Mrs. D. Price).
If you would like to be considered for a reduced payment, please
send a letter stating your request to the Program Director at the
time of registration. You will need to send payment until the
committee meets and determines scholarships/reduced payment
status. You will be notified in writing, if your request is
Hours of Operation
The Billingsley After School Enrichment Program operates Monday
through Friday from after school until 5:30.
Dismissal and Check Outs
Students are dismissed at 5:30 each day. You will choose on the
registration form whether you are picking your child up or your
child will be riding a bus to a community stop.
For your child's safety, please do not make changes in
the dismissal during the school day.
DO NOT CALL THE SCHOOL
FRONT OFFICE FOR ASEP QUESTIONS OR CHANGES.
If any changes have to be made, send
them in writing, to the homeroom teachers.
Changes may be made before
10:00 by calling 205-755-1629,
when it asks "If you know
your party's extension" dial 25020.
Leave a message for Debbie Price, I
will return your call as soon as possible. If after 10:00 please
continue with the normal dismissal procedures.
After 3:15 please call: the
ASEP phone 334-380-2253 - Southern Link
or the school
phone 205-755-1629 ext. 25020 , 25022, or
Teachers are located near
These are also the numbers to call in case of emergencies in the