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Exploration Experience ELOP

Exploration Experience (ELOP) at Mission Elementary

What is ELOP?

ELOP stands for "Expanded Learning Opportunity Program." Our students attend a longer school day for continued learning. They experience various activities and learn through exploration with certificated school district teachers. We focus on teaching STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) with P.E. and some homework time.

When is ELOP?

Exploration Experience takes place after each school day, including minimum days until 5:00 pm. Extended care can be provided for those students contracted with the YMCA until 6:00 pm if needed. There are also additional opportunities offered separately on some Saturdays and during school breaks.

Who is ELOP for?

Exploration Experience is open to all Mission students grades TK-5. Incoming TK and Kindergarten students are also invited.

Where does ELOP take place?

Our daily program takes place on campus. However, we occasionally travel to other locations for field trips and events. (AM TK and Kindergarten students may be able to attend the boys and girls club off-campus daily.) 

Why is this good for my child?

The learning experiences we offer help to broaden students' academic skills and knowledge as well as their social and emotional capacity.

How much does ELOP cost?

There is no cost for this opportunity. However, students are expected to have regular attendance and excellent behavior in order to remain enrolled. 

Exploration Experience (ELOP) Registration

Please click this link to register for the 23-24 Exploration Experience Program at Mission Elementary.

A registration form will be required for each student requesting participation in the ELOP program.

NOTE: *Space is limited and subject to capacity. Your child may be placed on a waiting list. 

Exploration Experience (ELOP) Additional Information:

  • ELOP Parent Handbook Information