After School Program

After School Program

Justin Spencer, State and Federal Program Coordinator

Office Hours: 7:30 am– 4:30 pm


  • Consolidated Application and Reporting System (CARS)
  • Federal Program Monitoring (FPM)
  • Categorical Expenditures
  • School Site Council (SSC)
  • District-Parent Advisory Council (DPAC)
  • After School Education & Safety (ASES)
  • Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA)
  • School Site Support
  • Time Certifications
  • Private Schools

If you have any questions related to the above areas, please do not hesitate to call us or stop by the office.

After School Education & Safety

The Ontario-MontclairSchool District is committed to providing excellence in education. This excellence
does not stop at the end of the school day. Afterschool programs run Monday through Fridayon regular school days and expands the school dayto 6:00 p.m. The after-school programs provide a safe and supportive environment that extends and complements the school day.
During the after-school programs, students are served a nutritious supper, receive homework help,
recreation activities, and a time for educational enrichment. These services are free to all students
and are offered on a first-come, first-served basis.
Program provider websites:

Take a moment to take a look at what our schools are doing...

Lights On Afterschool an national effort to bring attention the important role the afterschool programs provide to our students. The afterschool programs provide a safe and supportive environment for students to participate in engaging expanded-learning once the school day has ended. These free programs are offered to help keep student off the streets during the times that most teen-crimes are committed. Programs promote 21st century skill building, healthy living activities, and youth leadership.

This year, the Lights On Afterschool events on October 22, 2015 for the programs led by OMSD’s partner, the City of Montclair, were held at the Montclair Community Center. The theme chosen was “We Are the World.” Each of our schools in Montclair researched the food, countries, language, and cultural aspects of a continent and came together to present the world to the community. The event included student performances and gave the students a great opportunity to showcase their hard work.

Our partners serving our Ontario schools, THINK Together, hosted various events at each school. Lincoln Elementary school hosted a harvest themed program that included pumpkin painting, carnival games, student dance performance, and face paintings. The students, staff, parents, and employees from community groups such as the Double Tree Hotel all seemed to have a great time.

Special guest, Assembly member Freddie Rodriguez (representing the 52nd district of California), offered his recognition to both partners’ efforts.