All Inclusive Year Round Application LB + Carnaval, (1 Adult + 6 Youth)

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As of July 1st, 2018, Loco Bloco and the Jamestown Community Center have formally merged. Both youth development organizations have long established track records of providing enriching, high quality programming to youth to promote their healthy transition into adulthood. They chose to merge because of their shared commitment to youth development, shared love for the Mission community, and shared experience in developing leadership among low income youth and families.


OUR MISSION

Through transformative youth development services rooted in the cultural and artistic traditions of our communities, we accompany youth and their families on their path to realize their full potential as powerful and healthy members of society. Our programs include tutoring, academic enrichment, social/emotional support, sports, youth workforce, and Afro-Latino arts education and performance.

OUR VISION

We envision a community in which our youth are self-empowered through education and artistic expression, have overcome discrimination, and contribute to positive change in their communities. As part of this vision, all of San Francisco's youth and families have access to the opportunities they need to thrive and create a city that is safe, equitable, inter-connected and community-led.

Loco Bloco

Loco Bloco’s programs are focused on the development of children and youth through exploration of the arts. Celebrating 25 years of service in San Francisco, Loco Bloco is deeply embedded in the community life of the City and is known for using the arts-music, dance, drumming, stilt-walking and theater- to influence social/political change on behalf of under-represented peoples in neighborhoods. Rather than follow the prescribed path for arts organizations, Loco Bloco is celebrated for working with youth of all experiences and providing a platform for their expression.

Loco Bloco provides Afro-Latino education for youth & families as well as Artivism training and produces original community events.


Please give our office a call if you should need any assistance or email contact:


Audrey Ingalls, Arts Program Manager
(415) 647-4709


Fees & Cost

Program Fees & Deposits: *

Annual $25* Registration Fee (non-refundable) Per Family.

Class & Description

Instructor

Grade/Age

Location

Days/Times

Fees

Class Capacity

SCHOOL YEAR/SUMMER CLASSES

Loco Bloco Performing Ensemble

 

Vanessa Sanchez & Pedro Gomez

Middle School, High School – 24 Years Old

Brava

Mondays

6:30pm-8pm

$25 annual Family Reg Fee

By invitation only – please email vanessa@locobloco.org for more info

Loco Bloco Community Dance Class

 

Vanessa Sanchez

Middle School, High School – 24 Years Old

Brava

Mondays

5pm-6:15pm

$25 annual Family Reg Fee

n/a

Loco Bloco Community Bateria Class

 

Pedro Gomez

Middle School, High School – 24 Years Old

Brava

Mondays

5pm-6:15pm

$25 annual Family Reg Fee

n/a

CARNAVAL CLASSES – BEGIN MARCH 7, 2020

Carnaval Bateria

BEGIN MARCH 7, 2020

TBD

Middle School, High School – 24 Years Old

TBD

Saturdays

11am – 1pm

$25 annual Family Reg Fee + $80 costume fee

n/a

Carnaval Dance

BEGIN MARCH 7, 2020

Vanessa Sanchez

Middle School, High School – 24 Years Old

TBD

Saturdays

11am – 1pm

$25 annual Family Reg Fee + $80 costume fee

n/a

Poco Loco Drum

BEGIN MARCH 7, 2020

TBD

1st – 5th Grade

TBD

Saturdays

11am – 1pm

$25 annual Family Reg Fee + $50 costume fee

30

Poco Loco Dance

BEGIN MARCH 7, 2020

TBD

1st – 5th Grade

TBD

Saturdays

11am – 1pm

$25 annual Family Reg Fee + $50 costume fee

30

Bloquitos

BEGIN MARCH 7, 2020

TBD

3-5 Years Old

TBD

Saturdays

11am – 12pm

$25 annual Family Reg Fee + $50 costume fee

20

Beginning & Advanced Stilt

BEGIN MARCH 7, 2020

*class placement based on experience - parent participation in class required for 9-14 year old beginners for first 3 weeks*

TBD

9-24 Years Old

TBD

Saturdays

11am – 1pm

$25 annual Family Reg Fee + $60 costume fee

25

 

*PAYMENT POLICY

*$25 Annual Registration fee is per family

*Costume Fee Scholarships are available by application for families in need

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Please give our office a call if you should need any assistance contact:

Audrey Ingalls, Arts Program Manager
(415) 647-4709


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Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

Unlike the school day, which is required to comply with Individualized with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), the after school program must comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).   Services and activities provided by a public entity to the public, whether directly or through an agency, must be accessible to students with disabilities with reasonable accommodations (e.g. federal, state and local disabilities rights such as Section 504).  Enrollment in program can include query if student needs additional supports, but Jamestown will not use that information to influence enrollment.  If a student has a 504 plan or IEP plan, Jamestown may request access to that information in order to identify what reasonable accommodations can be made to support access to program.








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Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

Unlike the school day, which is required to comply with Individualized with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), the after school program must comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).   Services and activities provided by a public entity to the public, whether directly or through an agency, must be accessible to students with disabilities with reasonable accommodations (e.g. federal, state and local disabilities rights such as Section 504).  Enrollment in program can include query if student needs additional supports, but Jamestown will not use that information to influence enrollment.  If a student has a 504 plan or IEP plan, Jamestown may request access to that information in order to identify what reasonable accommodations can be made to support access to program.




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Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

Unlike the school day, which is required to comply with Individualized with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), the after school program must comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).   Services and activities provided by a public entity to the public, whether directly or through an agency, must be accessible to students with disabilities with reasonable accommodations (e.g. federal, state and local disabilities rights such as Section 504).  Enrollment in program can include query if student needs additional supports, but Jamestown will not use that information to influence enrollment.  If a student has a 504 plan or IEP plan, Jamestown may request access to that information in order to identify what reasonable accommodations can be made to support access to program.




2. Register More


PARTICIPANT 3 INFO





























Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

Unlike the school day, which is required to comply with Individualized with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), the after school program must comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).   Services and activities provided by a public entity to the public, whether directly or through an agency, must be accessible to students with disabilities with reasonable accommodations (e.g. federal, state and local disabilities rights such as Section 504).  Enrollment in program can include query if student needs additional supports, but Jamestown will not use that information to influence enrollment.  If a student has a 504 plan or IEP plan, Jamestown may request access to that information in order to identify what reasonable accommodations can be made to support access to program.




3. Register More


PARTICIPANT 4 INFO





























Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

Unlike the school day, which is required to comply with Individualized with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), the after school program must comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).   Services and activities provided by a public entity to the public, whether directly or through an agency, must be accessible to students with disabilities with reasonable accommodations (e.g. federal, state and local disabilities rights such as Section 504).  Enrollment in program can include query if student needs additional supports, but Jamestown will not use that information to influence enrollment.  If a student has a 504 plan or IEP plan, Jamestown may request access to that information in order to identify what reasonable accommodations can be made to support access to program.




4. Register More


PARTICIPANT 5 INFO





























Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

Unlike the school day, which is required to comply with Individualized with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), the after school program must comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).   Services and activities provided by a public entity to the public, whether directly or through an agency, must be accessible to students with disabilities with reasonable accommodations (e.g. federal, state and local disabilities rights such as Section 504).  Enrollment in program can include query if student needs additional supports, but Jamestown will not use that information to influence enrollment.  If a student has a 504 plan or IEP plan, Jamestown may request access to that information in order to identify what reasonable accommodations can be made to support access to program.




5. Register More


PARTICIPANT 6 INFO





























Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

Unlike the school day, which is required to comply with Individualized with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), the after school program must comply with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).   Services and activities provided by a public entity to the public, whether directly or through an agency, must be accessible to students with disabilities with reasonable accommodations (e.g. federal, state and local disabilities rights such as Section 504).  Enrollment in program can include query if student needs additional supports, but Jamestown will not use that information to influence enrollment.  If a student has a 504 plan or IEP plan, Jamestown may request access to that information in order to identify what reasonable accommodations can be made to support access to program.




Authorization for Release of Information and Permissions for Myself/My Child:

 

By completing this form and enrolling myself/my child in programs at the Jamestown Community Center-Loco Bloco, I give my permission for myself/my child to participate in Jamestown-Loco Bloco programs, classes, events, and performances. I hereby release Jamestown Community Center-Loco Bloco and San Francisco Unified School District and Brava Theater their officers, staff, instructors, agents, representative and volunteers from all responsibility in connection with any accident or injury related to my/my child's participation in these programs. 
 
In addition, by enrolling in Jamestown-Loco Bloco programs, I give my permission for myself/my child:











You have indicated being under 18 years.  You will need a parent / guardian to register you.  Please click on the following link to tell us your name and your parent/guardian information so they can complete your enrollment.  You will not be able to begin program without your parent/guardian completing the form they receive in their email. 

Thank you for taking the time to complete Loco Bloco/Jamestown Community Center's registration form!


Reminders:
  • Your application is not complete until you pay the $25 application fee and Carnaval Costume fee--- if applicable at this time.
  • If you are a minor under 18, your parent / guardian MUST complete your registration BEFORE YOU start program.