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After School Enrichment Program (ASEP)

ASEP for 2018-19 has concluded.

Thank you for another great year!

Please contact The Town of Moraga Parks and Recreation regarding future ASEP classes. Information for the upcoming year is not yet available.  An article from the Lamorinda Weekly summarizes the current status.

After School Enrichment Program

Please read the details thoroughly before registering.

For inquiries, contact the ASEP team at

Please do not call the Rheem office.



General Information: ASEP is a PTA sponsored program that is run by parent volunteers. ASEP provides Rheem students the opportunity to enrich their education by enrolling in classes after school.  The classes all meet at Rheem school. All classes are offered by outside instructors who are responsible for their own curriculum.  All instructors are background checked and fingerprinted by the Moraga School District.

Two-Step Registration Process: There are two steps to completing ASEP registration for a class. Unless both steps are completed by the deadline above, your child CANNOT attend the ASEP class. No Exceptions. Classes will be filled in order by families that pay tuition. Here are the two steps to register in chronological order:

  1. Complete the ASEP registration form (Google Form) for each student. You will receive an email confirmation from Google Forms.  
  2. Pay through MTK. Once you are logged in, click on the tab called My Account to find the ASEP payment link. The link will be active when registration opens. Once you have submitted your payment, you will receive an email confirmation from Rheem PTA.

Waitlists: If MTK does not allow you to pay, then the class is sold out. Complete the Google registration form (step 1 above), and your child will be placed on the waitlist. If space opens up, we will ask you for payment.

Roadrunner Club Release Form: If your child will be going to/from an ASEP class and the Roadrunner Club, you must submit this form to them. If this form isn’t submitted before the first day of class, the Roadrunner Club CANNOT release your child to ASEP.

Updating Student Information: During the registration period, you can edit your student’s information. There is an "edit" button in your google form confirmation email. After online registration is closed, changes can be made by contacting the ASEP team at

Class Updates: For updates, such as canceled classes, new classroom location, different dates, deadline reminders, check your emails from the PTA e-newsletters.

  • All classes are subject to change location due to the school's classroom conflicts.
  • All classes are subject to cancellation due to low enrollment.
  • If a class is under or over-enrolled, you will be notified and your fee will be refunded.

Absences: If your child will miss an ASEP class, please contact the vendor directly to let them know. This prevents the instructor from spending time contacting Rheem’s front office to locate your child. If your child does not arrive after 10 minutes from the start of class, phone calls to parents will be made.

Second Adult in the Class: Each ASEP class requires two adults in each class.  If the vendor does not staff a second adult, a parent volunteer is necessary.  If you are the parent volunteer, your child's tuition will be waived or discounted.  Volunteers must also attend EVERY class. An ASEP class will not run unless there are two adults present. Volunteers must bring a valid form of government-issued identification on the first day to be scanned by Rheem School staff. Please refer to the Moraga School District's policy and procedure for volunteers.

Refunds/Cancellations: If the class is canceled due to low enrollment, you will be notified and refunded by the vendor if tuition has been paid. Contact the vendor for refunds if your child needs to withdraw from the class. Refunds are at vendor’s discretion, and may not be issued if notified too close to the start date.

ASEP Fees: There is a $5 ASEP fee per student per class that is already included in the class tuition. Fees will go towards the ASEP Scholarship, ASEP Administration, and Rheem PTA Fundraising. 

Scholarship: It is the goal of the Rheem PTA that any Rheem student who would like to participate in an ASEP class have the chance to do so. Scholarship funds are available for families needing assistance to pay for classes. Please contact ASEP at

Behavior and Discipline: Children are expected to behave courteously and attentively. Parents will be contacted by the instructor if the student has ongoing disruptive behavior. Refunds will not be issued in disciplinary cases.

Getting to Class: All 1st to 5th graders are responsible to arrive on their own to the ASEP class. Kindergarteners will be escorted from Roadrunner Club (early birds) or the Kindergarten playground (late birds) by the ASEP instructor or parent volunteer and escorted to the ASEP class. At no time should your child be left unattended after school dismissal.

Dismissal: At dismissal, the instructor releases students according to the release options provided by you through the online ASEP Registration Form.  Kindergartens are not allowed to be released on their own. They are either escorted to Roadrunner Club or picked up at the classroom door by a parent or authorized adult.

Late Pick Up: If a student is not picked up on time, the instructor may choose to wait or escort the student to Roadrunner Club. After 10 minutes from dismissal, charges from Roadrunner Club will be incurred.