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Programs & Activities

SERRF Activities and ProgramsWhat is SERRF?

The Safe Education and Recreation for Rural Families Program (SERRF) is an after school program which provides a safe, healthy and enriching environment for school children to participate in:

  • Academic Enrichment
  • Homework Assistance
  • Recreation
  • Social Skills Development
  • Prevention Activities
  • Youth Development

Activities

>> current SERRF activity calendar for school sites

>> consolidated schools calendar

  • Academics

    • Homework Help
    • Tutoring in Reading and Math
    • Academic Games and Activities
  • Recreation

    • Physical Activities
    • Clubs
    • Arts
    • Crafts
    • Music
    • Drama
    • Cooking
    • Woodworking
    • And More!
  • "You Matter" Curriculum

    • Hands-on Learning in Science and Math
    • Prevention Activities
    • Field Trips
    • Guest Speakers
    • Theme Areas
    • Character Counts

Expect More Tehama

  • Service Learning/Community Service

    • Special Events for Senior Citizens
    • Special School Projects
    • Youth Development

Special Events

Each year, the SERRF After School Program has two community-wide events:

SERRF GO FAR 5K & 1 MILE FUN RUN

Sacramento River Discovery Park, Red Bluff​

2016​ RACE RESULTS

THANK YOU to all who participated in the SERRF GO FAR 2016 5k and 1 mile fun run!  Plan to join us May 6, 2017 for our next SERRF GO FAR 5k and 1 Mile Fun Run!​

 

SERRF Highlights Show

  • SERRF Highlights Show -​All SERRF Expanded Learning Sites held at the Tehama District Fairgrounds. Each SERRF site has a demonstration and hands-on activities to showcase their site program. SERRF families and community members are invited and encouraged to attend.​
    DATE: Friday March 17, 2017 at the Tehama Distirct Fair Grounds in Red Bluff for all school sites from 6:30-8:00 PM.
  • Since 1999, schools and copious community partners have joined together to implement high quality after school services tailored to the needs of the students, parents, and community members in a chronically depressed economy where many parents of children subsist on the bottom rung of California’s growing population of immigrants and the working poor. SERRF provides 1800 kindergarten through eighth grade students instruction in academics, enrichment and recreation in coordination with schools to support the California Student Learning Standards. SERRF serves all twenty-five Tehama County elementary and middle schools, including small, isolated rural school sites.​

 

SERRF Annual "LIGHTS ON!"

 

The 2016 SERRF Expanded Learning Program theme for “Lights On!” is “Learning Rocks!”.  The SERRF community, consisting of students, families, staff, school affiliates and local partners will be participating in interactive activities spotlighting our focus areas and bring awareness to the overall importance of keeping the “Lights On!” after school in Tehama County.

 

Since 1999 Schools and copious community partners have joined together to implement high quality after school services tailored to the needs of the students, parents, and community members in a chronically depressed economy where many parents of children subsist on the bottom rung of California’s growing population of immigrants and the working poor.  SERRF provides 200+ TK/Kindergarten through eighth grade students instruction in academics, enrichment and recreation in coordination with schools to support the Common Core Student Learning Standards.  SERRF serves all twenty-five Tehama County elementary and middle schools, including small, isolated rural school sites.

 

In collaboration with Tehama County Department of Education, our Lead Educational Agency, we are an official “No Excuses University” County Department of Education.  Through this affiliation, we have established high expectations for student achievement and promote the importance of college and career readiness for all Tehama County students!  So, join us in highlighting this and other engaging areas of after school programming that will be emphasized on October 20th, 2016. 

 


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