What is Personal Enrichment Program (P.E.P.)?
We are a non- profit 501(c)(3) corporation that is founded on the premise that we strongly believe in the benefit of after
school sports and extra curricular activities for children of ALL ages.
Are late buses available for everyone on Tuesdays and Thursdays?
Any student that usually takes the school bus to and from school, is allowed
to take the late bus home. The late buses are provided Tuesdays and Thursdays
only. The late buses usually leave Revere M.S. around 4:00pm.
Do the students need to be picked up immediately after their
class or practice is over?
Supervision will be provided by West Valley Youth Services
until 6:00pm in the P.E. area Monday- Thursday, while school is in session. All students will be directed to the P.E. area when class/practice
is over, where there will be supervised by Youth Services personnel.
Where should I pick up my child?
In order to ensure a safe campus, we ask that all students participating in
the after-school program be picked up in the P.E. area (gymnasium). Students
will not be allowed to wait at the front of school (on Allenford Ave.).
Is my child guaranteed a spot in a sport/class as long as
I we turned in the registration form?
While we will do our best to accommodate as many people as
possible, turning in a completed registration form will not
guarantee a spot for your child in their first choice. With
the exception of Competitive Team Sports, classes and sports
are filled in the order that a completed registration form
and payment are received. For Competitive Team Sports, participants need to attend
tryouts and then be selected for the team by the coach. If a participant
cannot attend tryouts, prior arrangements must be made with the coach or P.E.P.
Will the team sports participate against teams from outside
Yes!!! The athletic director has already scheduled many games
against neighboring schools and club teams in several sports.
These games are played during the week and on weekends after
school either at our home site, or at local schools and parks. Students and parents are responsible to provide transportation
to and from away games. P.E.P. is not responsible and will not provide
transportation for these events.
do Competitive Sports cost more than other classes/sports?
There are many more expenses involved with Competitive Sports
than other activities. These
include official/referee fees, paying coaches for games, league entrance fees,
equipment fees, and uniforms. In most Competitive Sports, participants
will keep the uniforms after the season is completed.
Who decides the instructional content of the classes?
The content of the after school classes are based on the teacher and students'
individual interests. Curriculum and course content must be approved by the PEP administration but is ultimately at the discretion of the qualified instructor in charge of the activity, sport, or class.
Does the program provide tutoring?
Tutoring is provided on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:15
-3:30 free of charge, by the school district. All interested
students need to see Ms. Uchida in Room M-2 for room assignment. Tutoring
is not a part of P.E.P.
5 Reasons why P.E.P. is right for Revere
1) We run a successful, organized, fun-filled program. 2) By being faculty
driven, we are in a position to generate a great deal of enthusiasm for the
program by way of the students and teachers. 3) Funds and donations are channeled back into
the program. 4) We provide an introduction to High-school sports for High School bound 8th graders!
5) We have a vested interest in the lives of the students.