Student Life

2022-2023 Basketball Champs! 


Game Schedule
5/10 Championship game

Top 2 teams @BHMS 

Thank you to all of our sports participants this year!

Cross Country
Flag Football


Mesa Verde Middle School
ASES Before/After School Program

ASES Handbook
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Allison Baker, ASES Supervisor
Phone: (858) 922-6986
Pierre Sobhani, ASES Lead Assistant  

Phone:  (858) 922-6986

2022-2023- Spaces Available in AM and PM program
Email us to Join!

2023-2024 ASES Program Registration- Currently Registering Students!
2023-2024 ASES Program Interest Form 

We are currently registering students for the 2023-2024 program. Please complete the interest form linked above to add your student to our interest form. Online registration is currently underway. Confirmation to enrolled families and notfication of wait list status will be sent to individual families by the end of May 2023. 

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 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.


diadelosmuertos-(1).jpgProgram Hours for 2022-2023

Before School (AM): 6:30-8:00 AM (M,T,Th,F) and 6:30-school start (W)
After School (PM): 2:45-6:00 PM (M-F) and from school dismissal until 6pm on all Early Release Minimum Days. 

Our mission at MVMS ASES is to provide a safe environment for students to reach their potential through academic support, recreational and enrichment activities, and developing positive relationships with others. 
ASES activities are planned and led by dedicated and caring staff and adjustments are made based on student feedback and suggestions.  A few activities from MVMS ASES in the past include:


Oculus and Switch Games Dungeons and Dragons
Anime Disney
Jewelry Making Painting/Art Appreciation
Robotics Karaoke
Live Action Board Games  Sports


MVMS ASES students have participated in seasonal sports with students from other area ASES programs in Cross Country, Flag Football, Basketball, Volleyball, and Soccer.

MVMS ASES activities are organized on a six-week rotation and are posted on an activities calendar. Students select activities from a daily schedule based on interest in sports, recreation, technology, arts and crafts, food and nutrition, and more. We are always open to student ideas and suggestions as well. 

Students in both morning and afternoon programs are provided with a daily snack. 

ASES Programs include: 
1. An educational and literacy element provides homework assistance and academic support to help students meet state standards in reading/language arts, mathematics, social studies, and science. A broad range of activities are based on students’ needs and interests.

2. An education enrichment element offers a variety of additional programs and activities that reinforce and compliment the school’s academic program. This includes positive youth development strategies and prevention activities that may utilize visual and performing arts, community service-learning, recreation and physical activity, health/nutritional promotion, career awareness and work preparation activities based on student needs and interests.

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