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Lodi Unified School District

Expanded Learning & Bridge

Lodi USD's Expanded Learning Opportunities (ELO-P) and Bridge programs offer a range of student-centered afterschool, intersession, and summer school programs free of cost to participating students.

Our mission is to expand student horizons through high-quality programs that engage and support learning in a positive environment outside the regular school day; furthering student growth by developing skills, interests, and talents. Information on the Lodi USD Afterschool Program is available below.

Afterschool Bridge Program Registration

Bridge Program Waitlist

Some schools require registration through different organizations. If your school is listed below, please register through the organization's website.

YMCA of San Joaquin
  • Elkhorn School
  • Julia Morgan Elementary
  • Lockeford School
  • Manlio Silva Elementary
  • Podesta Ranch Elementary
City of Lodi
  • Ellerth E. Larson Elementary
  • Erma B. Reese Elementary
  • Lakewood Elementary
  • Vinewood Elementary
City of Stockton
  • John Muir Elementary

About Bridge

Lodi USD's Expanded Learning Opportunities (ELO-P) and Bridge Programs currently serve more than 3,000 students across the district. Expanded Learning & Bridge Programs operate outside the regular school day during the after-school hours, intersession, and summer breaks. All programs are designed with a focus on developing the academic, social, emotional, and interests of students through hands-on, engaging experiences.

Lodi Unified in partnership with various Community-Based Organizations help staff Expanded Learning & Bridge Programs adequately at a 1:20 staff to student ratio. All employees working with students meet the same federal, state, and district qualifications required to work with students by regular school day instructional support staff.

Bridge Parent Handbook

For attendance policies, contact numbers, and everything else parents need to know about the Afterschool Bridge Program, please refer to the Bridge Program Parent Handbook.

Bridge Program Parent Handbook PDF (English)

Bridge Program Parent Handbook PDF (Spanish)

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Contact Us

For more information on the content of this page, please contact your school or call the Afterschool Bridge Program Office at (209) 331-8903.