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Extended Day Academic Program (EDAP)

Extended Day Academic Program (EDAP) is a Title I funded program that provides activities that enrich academic skills.

Contact Information:

(505) 253-0330 ext.67007

Physical Address:
912 Oak Street SE
Albuquerque, NM 87106

Building M - Title I

 All Title I schools are able to apply for EDAP programs each spring.  All students in schools with an EDAP program can participate; however the program prioritizes supporting students with the greatest academic need, based on math and reading data.

Students in EDAP are engaged in activities that focus on math, reading, writing, science/STEM, media, and games with Common Core State Standards that are aligned to the schools' 90-Day Plan.

At the beginning of each semester, students are able to register for the EDAP program. Posters, fliers, announcements, and information on school websites inform students and parents of the clubs and tutoring sessions that will be offered, when they will meet, and sign-up procedures.  Site administrators, teachers, students, and parents work together to find programs that suit the individual needs of the students and enhance learning.

Alamosa ES STEM Club Chaparral ES Science of Board Games

What does the research say about out of school time?

  • Improved student behavior, motivation and achievement (from 2013 Year-End Survey results)
  • Improved relationship of teachers and students during the time outside the regular school day
  • Improved classroom attendance

Participating Schools 2021-22

Adobe Acres, Alameda, Alamosa, Armijo, Carlos Rey, Chaparral, Chelwood, Christine Duncan Charter, Cien Aguas Charter, Cochiti, Dolores Gonzales, Edward Gonzales, Ernie Pyle MS, Garfield MS, Helen Cordero, Hodgin, Jimmy Carter MS, John Adams MS, Kennedy MS, Kit Carson, La Mesa, Los Ranchos, McKinley MS, Douglas MacArthur, MaryAnn Binford, Mission Ave, Polk MS, Reginald Chavez, SR Marmon, Taft MS, Tomasita, Truman MS, Van Buren MS, Washington MS, and Wilson MS.

Garfield MS D&D ClubTruman MS Robotics and Coding Club

Frequently Asked Questions:

Are the Extended Day Academic Program clubs taught by certified teachers?

Yes. Highly qualified teachers conduct the clubs. Some teachers have educational assistants working with them as well.

My child is tired of doing the same thing all day. Are the EDAP clubs different?

The clubs often provide hands-on, interactive activities that combine math, reading, and science.

Is attendance required?

The EDAP activities are voluntary, but most students find themselves happily involved in learning, and enjoy the extra time after school, so they attend regularly.

Will the activity leaders help my child with homework?

The EDAP clubs are intended to provide extended learning activities, but not to help with homework. Many of the activities address the same skills, but homework is done at home or with assistance from other sources.

When do EDAP programs meet?

Programs can meet before or after school.

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