BHMS Before and After-School Programs (ASES) 
"After School Matters"

Treye Marshall-lund
Mr. Treye Marshall Lund
Before & After School Programs
ASES Site Coordinator
Ms. Michele Sheffer
Before & After School Programs
Lead ASES Assistant
858-485-4850 x4122

ASES (After School Education and Safety) Program

Mission Statement

Our mission for the 2019 - 2020 ASES year will see us continue to provide a safe environment that will allow the students at BHMS the opportunity for academic, athletic, artistic, and social growth. We hold our program to the highest of expectations and standards, and will continue to work tirelessly to promote and enhance the students experience at Bernardo Heights.  In addition to the current academic support offered, ASES will continue leading the way and providing the opportunity for students to explore new activities and skills, with well trained individuals and staff available to teach and educate. Our dedication and devotion to providing excellent service to our students and their families is what sets us apart, and it is our mission to open up new avenues for our students that will begin a lifelong journey of possibility and success.

ASES 2019 - 2020 Program Registration

Registration for the 2019 - 2020 PM program school year has taken place, and all families who are still interested in the ASES PM or AM program should add their names to the ASES wait list. The lottery for the incoming 6th families was held on Wednesday, April 24th and all families who were picked or who were placed on the wait list have been notified via email. Please be sure to check you SPAM or JUNK folders, as several families have reported that the email was found in these folders. You can add you name to the wait list here. Please remember that the requirement for enrollment in the ASES program is to attend the program every day. If you have any questions please feel free to email Treye Marshall Lund for more information. Thank you for your interest in the BHMS ASES program.

ASES 2019 - 2020 Program

Priority shall go to pupils who are identified by the program as homeless youth, as defined by the federal McKinney - Vento homeless Assistance Act (42 U.S.C. Sec. 11434a), at the time that they apply or at any time during the school year, and to pupils who are identified by the program as being in foster care. Second priority for enrollment will be given to students who can attend the full day every day.

At this time both the AM program and the PM program are completely full and we are only adding students to our wait list. If you are interested in adding your child to the wait list please add there name here on our wait list form.

Extramural Sports Program

After School sports has returned to BHMS! Sports will be broken into 4 seasons, each lasting about 8 weeks. Season I will be Cross Country in September and October, Season II will be Flag Football/Volleyball in November and December, Season III will be Basketball in January and February, and Season IV will be Wrestling/Soccer/Volleyball in March and April. The Golf season will run from September through May. Students can learn about these activities from either their PE coaches or from ASES. All sports are sponsored by the ASES program and voluntary donations are appreciated. Registration for each season will typically begin a month before the season starts, with PE coaches and ASES distributing the necessary forms. Please email or visit us here for more information!

Important Information

Welcome to the Bernardo Heights Before and After-School Programs. Below you will find important phone numbers and information regarding these programs.

Attention Parents:  The Before-School and After-School Programs are currently full.  Waiting list applications are being accepted for students who can commit to attend 5 days per week in the morning (priority registration is given to students attending 5 days per week, per the ASES grant guidelines) and 5 days per week in the afternoon. 
Location and times: Numerous classrooms and other rooms are used for our programs. However please note the following:
Check-in for the Before-School Program is in the gym; program hours are 6:45 to 8:15 (M-TH) and 6:45 – 9:00 (Friday).
Sign-out for the After-School Program is in N1; program hours are 3:15 – 6:15. (The After-School Program will open at 12:45 on minimum days.) 
ASES IS open on any day that class is held for both the AM and the PM programs. 
ASES Programs are NOT open during school holidays.

After School Sports: All after school sports are sponsored and run through our After School Program.  The anticipated sports for the 2019 - 2020 school year are Golf (Sept. - May), Lacrosse (Sept - Nov.), Cross Country (Sept. - Nov.), Flag Football/Volleyball (Nov. - Jan.), Basketball (Jan. - Mar.), and Wrestling/Soccer (Mar. - May).

How to contact us?

8:30 AM – 2:30 PM: Please call  ASES Program Coordinator at 485-4894 or the Lead ASES Assistant at 485-4850, ext. 4122.

After 3:15 PM: Please call N1, our “headquarters” room: 485-4850, ext. 4671. (Please note that N1 is used during the school day so we will not be in there prior to 3:15)

Contact us anytime via email: Treye Marshall Lund  ( or Michele Sheffer  (

Program requirements:
The State of California and the San Diego County Office of Education have tightened the attendance requirements for all before and after-school programs that are funded through the After-School Education and Safety (ASES) initiative. Since these programs are free of charge we must follow these requirements in order to continue providing programming for our students. We are required to use an automated sign-in/sign-out system which will report attendance directly to SDCOE. Unfortunately students will be dropped from the program if they do not meet the requirements.

Attendance Guidelines are:

Before-School Program: Starting in August 2017, this program will require students to attend on all school days. Priority registration is given to students attending 5 days per week, per the ASES grant guidelines.
After-School Program: This program requires students to attend on all school days. Students must stay until 4:45 p.m. or after, every day they attend the program. We cannot accommodate students on a “drop-in” basis. Priority registration is given to students attending 5 days per week, per the ASES grant guidelines.

Program Activities :

Before-School Program: Supervised activities in the gym, Bobcat Center, library and computer lab.
After-School Program: Academic support and homework, recreational sports, STEM activities, arts and crafts, computers, electronic and board games, cooking, and much more to come.

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