Frequently Asked Questions



  1. What time should I pick up my child?

You are allowed to pick up your child anytime right after school.

  1. Where do I pick up my child?

In the ASES office, located next to the gym (Multipurpose Room). If the ASES office is unavailable, please go to the Front Office to locate your child. 

  1. What is the latest time I can pick up my child?

6:00 p.m. You will receive a few warnings if you continue to pick up your child after 6:00 p.m. Your student will be in jeopardy of forfeiting their spot in the ASES program.

  1. For Morning ASES, what time is the earliest drop off?

6:00 a.m is the earliest. Attendance will count if you drop off students between 6:00 - 7:00 a.m (7:30 a.m on late start days - Wednesday).

  1. For Morning ASES, what is the latest drop off?

7:00 a.m for regular days. 7:30 a.m on late start days (Wednesday).

  1. Can my child attend Power Hour, PE Makeups, Tutorial, or any other after school activities that are not related to ASES?

Yes. The student just needs to sign in with ASES first. Let the ASES educator know where they are going and they are free to do other after school activities. 

  1. Are there any ASES Sports?

Yes. Currently, ASES offers Flag Football (October - November), Volleyball (November - January), Basketball (January - March), Soccer (March to April), and Wrestling (April - May).  Students get to compete against other Middle School ASES Teams.

  1. Are they any field trips?

We have ASES field trips on minimum days. 

  1. How much is ASES?

ASES is attendance grant based. Therefore, it is free. It is funded through your attendance. You are also welcome to donate. Write a check payable to PUSD - and BMMS ASES on the memo line. 

  1. Can I donate items?

Yes. Drop them off in the ASES office or Front office.

  1. Are there any social media accounts?

We only have Instagram. Follow @bmms.ases. We would also provide a newsletter through Synergy.

  1. What do disciplinary actions in ASES look like?

We believe in restorative practices. We communicate with parents, counselors, teachers, and administrators to help families. However, if students and families are no longer helping us or not providing efforts for change, ASES will no longer be the right program for your child. 

  1. Who do we need to contact for more information?

Email Jireh Advincula (jiadvincula@powayusd.com)

Email Valeria Cervantes (vcervantes@powayusd.com)

Site Cellphone: 868 922 6985

Landline: 858 484 1300 ext. 3079 or 3077

 

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