Phone: 760.940.0700

ext. 49124

ASES Program Site Lead

Sinnia Cordova

ASES Program Instructional Assistants

Brittney Kitchens

Christopher Nash


Alamosa is able to offer the After School Education and Safety (ASES) Program. ASES, also known as "Hawk Club" at Alamosa, is a state grant-funded program which begins on the first day of school and continues through the end of the school year. The ASES program is cost-free to parents and provides homework assistance, tutorials and enrichment activities for your child(ren). The ASES grant is based on student attendance. To accomplish grant goals participating students are expected to attend the full duration of the program hours (until 6:00pm for elementary and until 6:08pm for middle school). Enrollment in the program comes with the understanding that your child(ren) will attend every school day.

TO APPLY to Hawk Club for the 2020-21 School Year, please fill out the application below by May 11, 2020.


Sinnia Cordova
Hawk Club Site Lead


Students in 1st-5th grade.

Students who are performing below academic proficiency levels.

Students identified as English Language Learners who have not reached proficiency levels.

Students who have a recommendation from the classroom teacher or principal.


Building Social-Emotional Skills

Engaging in Physical Education

Providing a Nutritional Snack

Academic Assistance

Educational Enrichment


Hours of Operation

Mondays 12:51-6:00pm

Tuesdays-Fridays 2:18-6:00pm


ASES "Hawk Club" is located directly on the Alamosa campus.