Mission: To help elementary-school children enhance their academic, organizational and social skills by providing high-quality after-school programs in Claremont Unified School District neighborhoods.
A message to our community
Our board has made the decision to keep the CLASP program closed for the remainder of the school year. As you know, the Claremont Unified School District does not plan to reopen until May 5. At that point, CLASP would only have a week and a half left of scheduled sessions. On top of that, our college tutors are no longer in the area and our senior citizen tutors would justifiably be hesitant to continue tutoring.
We hope and expect CLASP to be up and running with regular sessions next school year. Until then, stay well and keep safe.
Frank D’Emilio, President
In five neighborhood programs, CLASP provides safe, fun, friendly, and supportive settings for academically at-risk children from all of Claremont’s public elementary schools, so that they may gain the academic guidance and personal mentoring they need to be successful in school and in life. The programs offer homework help, recreation, enrichment activities, and healthy snacks for two hours per day, three days a week. Transportation is also provided at four of our centers.
CLASP is a nonprofit, nonsectarian organization that collaborates with the City of Claremont and Claremont Unified School District, as well as local businesses, nonprofits, and regional foundations. Individual donations are a major portion of CLASP’S budget.
We appreciate your interest in CLASP.
Tutor Thank You Dinner
CUSD Last Day
Without my tutor I would probably get my homework done, but I wouldn’t understand it.
CLASP is a real life changer. Before I was in CLASP I would never do my homework but when I entered the CLASP tutoring I started doing my homework.
I love my tutor because when I come into the classroom ….I am the happiest person on earth, because when I don’t know how to do it, she teaches me in a way that nobody else does.