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HEART Program

Health – Enrichment – Academics – Recreation – Teamwork



ProYouth's mission is to help youth succeed academically, socially, and emotionally by providing a safe, healthy, and supportive learning environment during out-of-school time.


After School Expanded Learning Programs

ProYouth provides comprehensive expanded learning programs at the elementary, middle, and high school sites throughout Tulare and Monterey Counties. We provide services from the time school is out, until 6:00 in the evening. Our programs are funded by a combination of California’s After School Education and Safety (ASES) grants, federal 21st Century Community Learning Centers grants, school district investments, and foundation and corporate contributions. Our proven approach creates a positive learning environment that integrates youth development principles, provides academic support, and focuses on innovative project-based learning experiences.


The HEART Program

Serving students from kindergarten to fifth grade, HEART offers a high-quality learning environment that supports day school goals through experiential learning opportunities. HEART emphasizes the importance of literacy development and assessment, along with healthy behavior practices by embedding them in each pathway program and the culture of each site.


If you would like your student to be a part of the HEART program and learn more about their program, please visit their website at, fill out the application and turn into the HEART staff on your student’s campus. Enrollment is limited to a first-come, first-served basis. After receiving all completed forms, the Site Director will call to let you know if your student will be in the program and the day he/she will start.


HEART Day Camp (during Distance Learning)

You can locate the HEART Day Camp application at Be sure to submit the application to


ProYouth is proud to be offering a Day Camp program at Rocky Hill Elementary, Lincoln Elementary, and Wilson Middle School for our student's during these times. 
  • The camps will be for K - 8th grade 
  • The camps will be Monday through Friday 
  • Drop off starts at 7:45AM
  • End of day is at 6:00PM
  • Early Dismissal Times will be provided at each site
  • Assist with Distance Learning
  • Meals will be provided


If you have any questions, please contact our HEART Site Director:


Maribel Resendiz

Site Director 

Rocky Hill Elementary

(559) 679-2650