The South Pasadena Unified School District’s Extended Day Program

The South Pasadena Unified School District (SPUSD) Extended Day Program was created to provide parents with quality, on-site childcare services at an affordable price. The district’s experienced and energetic staff members are trained in CPR, First Aid and early childhood education. Our program strives to provide a fun, safe, and secure environment for your child. We have various programs that operate at each elementary school (Arroyo Vista, Marengo, Monterey Hills) and at South Pasadena Middle School. Prices vary based on frequency of attendance and on the program or combination of programs you wish to participate in. Please contact the office at the number listed below, for more information.

Early AM Care 6:15 AM – 8:00 AM
Offered at SPUSD’s elementary schools, this program is for those families that need to start their day early.

Kindercare – 2 sessions offered at each elementary school AM (8:00 AM – 11:30 AM) and PM (11:30 AM – 3:00PM)
This is an enrichment program. Our experienced and dedicated staff has developed a nurturing and creative program that supplements the kindergarten classroom curriculum. SPUSD staff will transfer the kids between programs and their classroom. They will have lunch with us. You can pack a lunch or buy a meal in the cafeteria.

Afterschool Program: Dismissal – 6:00 PM at Elementary Schools; Dismissal – 6:30 PM at SPMS
After dismissal, students will walk to our program from their classroom, to be supervised by our staff. The program includes time for homework, arts and crafts, indoor/outdoor games, snacks and other activities. Currently, all our elementary programs are full and taking names for the waitlist. Please call the number listed below to have your child’s name added.

South Pasadena Unified School District (SPUSD), 1020 El Centro Street, South Pasadena, (626) 441-5810, ext. 1125 or visit


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