After School Child Care is provided at each of our school sites by the following organizations:

  • ECC is a private, nonprofit organization that has operated childcare for our District since 1986. They provide quality childcare which includes academic programs and homework time for students. Childcare is offered before and after school, as well as on non-school days and summer. Extended Child Care is committed to assisting each school-age child in obtaining life skills by providing high-quality, year-round out-of-school-time learning programs while supporting families and school districts.

    Visit their website: or call the main office at 545-2402, to be placed on a waitlist for enrollment.

    For more information contact:

    Extended Childcare Coalition
    1745 Copperhill Parkway, Suite 5
    Santa Rosa, Ca 95403
    JX Wilson ECC -  575-6988
    Robert L Stevens ECC -  579-6267
    Wright Charter School ECC - 527-6724
  • COOL School is an after-school program providing a safe learning environment that enriches the lives of students. Since 1998, the COOL School After School program has been serving youth in Santa Rosa. We operate at six local schools in the Bellevue Union and Wright school districts. Through strong collaborations with local colleges, school districts, Region I After School Network, AmeriCorps, California Department of Education, and Community partners, we are able to provide an exemplary After School program. 

    The program is offered Monday - Friday after school until 6:00pm

    For more information contact: 

     Program Director: Sara Sitch (707) 321-5061 -
    JX Wilson COOL School (Room 2): Hillary Kriedler - (707) 492-0633 -
    Robert L Stevens COOL School (Room 24): Jena Preston – (707) 477-6618 –
    Wright Charter COOL School (Room 19): Silvia Granados – (707) 666-1694 –
  • Since 1949, The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Santa Rosa has provided boys and girls with a place to learn, play, develop academic skills, and engage in physical activity. We satisfy the age-old desire of young people to have a "club" of their own. Our club is staffed by full-time and part-time Youth Development Professionals. Additionally, this team of professionals are supplemented by passionate and caring volunteers.

    At the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Santa Rosa, we value diversity. We are a place for boys and girls of all races, religions, and cultures. Our programs and activities are conducted in the warm, friendly atmosphere of facilities specially designed for youth programs. The Club is open to all members at any time during hours of operation, and we have an open-door policy. We offer varied and diversified programs that recognize and respond to the collective and individual needs of girls and boys. Our Club is guidance-oriented and emphasizes values inherent in the relationships between young people, their peers, and adults. We help boys and girls make appropriate and satisfying choices.

    The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Santa Rosa is open Monday through Friday from 1:30 pm to 5:30 pm for the 2021-22 school year.  We offer programming in the areas of education & academics, sports, health & life skills, character & leadership, and creative arts.  We are open to all K-12 students from all schools.  

    The cost of membership is $425 per month on a full-time basis.  We do not offer part-time rates, however, you are able to attend our club as often or as infrequently as you like with your monthly membership.  Our club serves members ages 5 to 18.  Members must be 5 years old and enrolled in kindergarten to attend.  We are unable to accommodate TK members.  

    For more information contact: 

    Annabel Costa
    Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Santa Rosa, Inc.