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STAR After School Program

STAR provides students with a snack, 45 minutes of organized play called CATCH, an hour of club, and an hour of homework.  Sign-out begins at 5:30 pm.  The schedule changes on Thursday.  Fridays are FUN FRIDAYS.

For more information, please contact Judy, Lincoln's STAR Coordinator 
at (562) 743-0900

Current Activities

We currently have five different clubs that the students can participate in which include art, science, home economics, technology, and culture. We also have a Student Council that students can participate in.  The Student Council helps organize events, solve problems, and carry out different responsibilities throughout the program.
Every Friday is FUN FRIDAY and kids enjoy of various activities that their leaders plan for them such as movie night, free play, arts & crafts, clever crazes, board games, and more!
There is currently no openings for the STAR program, but applications are still welcomed if you want to be placed on the waitlist.


The STAR Program

By Estela M.

     I am going to tell you about STAR.  STAR is an after school program and STAR is fun.  Every Friday is really fun.  On Friday, we watch movies and play the Wii.  Some classes stay inside and other classes play the Wii.  There is a coordinator and the coordinator chooses the best class to use the Wii.  Every single day we do PE.  PE is when we exercise and we play a game.  We also have iPads.  We use them when we are done with homework.  We have clubs.  What we do in clubs is have fun.  There's art clubs, science, and culture.  In the culture club is when we hear about cities and countries.  Art is when we paint and draw.  Science is when we learn all about the planets.  That's the stuff that I know aobut STAR.

Safe Smart and Healthy Fair

The City of Paramount's annual Safe, Smart, and Healthy Community Fair was held in Paramount Park, 14400 Paramount Blvd., on Saturday, September 21st from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The fair was part of Education Month in Paramount, which emphasizes the importance of higher education for the City's residents.

The Fair featured all sorts of information about education, public safety, and healthy living. Booths featured the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, the Los Angeles County Fire Department, Paramount Unified School District schools, local colleges, universities, and trade schools, and a variety of health/fitness organizations.

Entertainment was provided by local performance groups. There were raffle prizes and a book sale. Plus, the City Council and Board of Education recognized the top students from each grade at every school in Paramount Unified School District.

The City of Paramount
Call Parks and Recreation at:
(562) 220-2121