What is PrimeTime?

PrimeTime Extended Day Program Website

The PrimeTime Extended Day Program provides elementary and middle school students with a fun and engaging learning environment during the hours most parents/guardians are working. Parents/guardians can feel comfortable knowing their children are not only receiving professional academic support, but are also interacting with peers in a physically and emotionally safe environment. Students can "get in the Zone" in the PrimeTime environment by participating in structured activities with their friends. Arts, music, athletics, and cooperative team-building games, are just a few of the invigorating activities children will participate in during the prime part of the day. PrimeTime is offered at 127 schools citywide serving more than 20,000 students each year.

Eligibility and Enrollment: Families with children enrolled in San Diego Unified School District schools are eligible to apply if their school of attendance is offering a PrimeTime program. PrimeTime is free to all participating families. At many program sites, demand exceeds capacity; therefore, enrollment is based on need and compliance to the attendance policy. Families will be contacted when they have been selected for an available opening. Children who apply but are not enrolled will be placed on a wait list.

Applications can be submitted online at:  https://sites.google.com/sandi.net/2023-24primetimeprogram/home

Montgomery PrimeTime is operated by YMCA ELP.

Montgomery Site Supervisor: Kevin Almazan

Youth Leader: Jose Nava

Youth Leader: Deya Hurtado

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