School Programs

Family Services

Healthcare + Vision Services (La Clinica)

La Clinica provides a variety of affordable health and dental services on a sliding scale. Schedule an appointment by calling 510-481-4566 or submit a form here. Find more details here.

Technology Access

#OaklandUndivided is a citywide initiative to support Oakland public school students with home technology access.  Families can stop by the main office to inform us if they are in need of a device or WiFi hotspot!

Need Tech support for your Oakland Undivided Device?  Call 510-866-2260 

Kinder to College (K2C) Savings Account

Known as the Kinder to College (K2C) savings account, every kindergarten student at a public school can receive an early college scholarship with $100 already funded. It can be used at 2- and 4-year educational institutions. 

Learn more and sign up here.

After School Programs

Girls Inc.

Girls Inc. of Alameda County has been serving the Bay Area for over 60 years with a mission to inspire all girls to be strong, smart, and bold. At La Escuelita we work toward this mission by providing an after school program to scholars of all genders in all grades.


All Gender Programming: Due to the outstanding results of our literacy programming, Girls Inc. was asked by some partner schools to serve all genders, too, so all students can reach grade-level reading.  We do so in same-gender settings. 

The program is FREE and is every day after school until 6pm.


School Clubs

Restorative Reading Rainbow Club

At La Escuelita:

Rainbow Clubs 

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Rainbow Club?

Rainbow clubs are a place where elementary students can meet weekly (or bi-weekly) to engage in fun activities designed to support diverse families, affirm varying identities, and teach the importance of celebrating differences.

Why is a Rainbow Club important?

Research shows that offering student groups like a Rainbow Club  and other identity-based affinity spaces at school helps the entire school community feel included — even for students who don’t participate. Moreover, their presence has shown to have a positive academic, health, and social impact on students who participate while reducing bullying instances campus wide. 

What does a Rainbow Club do?

Rainbow Clubs unite gender-expansive and allied youth to build community and organize around issues impacting them in their schools and communities. They are vehicles for dismantling homophobia and transphobia and are overseen by a staff member at the site (Rainbow Club Liaison).