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Expanded Learning Opportunities (ELO)
The ELO grant was awarded to grantees in September 2022. A list of grant recipients and program descriptions may be found here.
What are Expanded Learning Opportunities?
Expanded Learning Opportunities (ELO), sometimes referred to as Out-of-School Time (OST), are programs or initiatives offered by schools or community-based organizations that allow students different opportunities to accelerate, enrich, or strengthen their engagement in learning beyond their normal school program or school day. Examples include, but are not limited to, before and after school programs, summer programs, extended school days, and fifth-day academies.
The article Supporting Student Success Through Afterschool Programs by the National Conference of State Legislatures offers current information on the research that supports ELOs, current funding models for these programs, and additional resources.
Overview of the ELO Grant Program
This ESSER grant funding opportunity seeks to accelerate student learning and strengthen student engagement in that learning by:
Contact Robert Beauchamp
Expanded Learning Opportunities Manager
Or call 720-595-4893
Contact Evan Davis
Federal Grants Fiscal Supervisor
Or call 303-866-6129
Application Process Questions:
Contact Kim Burnham
Grants Program Administration Supervisor
Or call 720-607-1495
Resources for Grantees
- Shared drive with resources for Expanded Learning Opportunity Grantees, including:
- Meeting recordings and powerpoints
- Important Dates and Deadlines vrs1 (PDF)
- List of Grantees and Program Descriptions