Every day beginning immediately after school until 6 pm, Power School offers a healthy snack, support with homework, an academic component to support school day learning, recreation time to encourage a healthy physically active lifestyle, and an enrichment program. Power School is provided as a collaboration between Gilroy Unified School District and Mt. Madonna YMCA and Youth Alliance.
Students in grades 2-8 are recruited to participate in Power School and Super Power Summer Camp based on academic need. (Note: TK through 1st grade students may be enrolled as space becomes available).
Power School applications may be printed here or picked up and returned in the office of your child's school if they attend Eliot, El Roble, Glen View, Las Animas, Luigi Aprea, Rod Kelley and Rucker Elementary Schools or South Valley Middle School. The Site Coordinator will contact you when space is available in program.
Students from Brownell and Ascension Solorsano are not able to participate in Power School at this time, but we would like to know if families are interested, so please complete this form.
Super Power Summer Camp is open to students from all GUSD Elementary and Middle Schools and applications will be available in March, and will also be included on this website when available.
For six weeks during the summer, Super Power Summer Camp offers a six-hour program that provides breakfast and lunch, rallies, engaging rotations through STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math), Literacy and Healthy Living enrichment activities.
Currently, Brownell and Solorsano students are not able to participate in Power School, but we would like to know if families are interested. Complete this form if you are interested in Power School options at Brownell or Solorsano.
Dianna Luis Perez