About Texas ACE

The Texas Afterschool Centers on Education (ACE) program is one of the largest statewide afterschool programs in the country, serving over 180,000 students at nearly 1000 sites. The ACE program is administered by the Texas Education Agency (TEA) and is funded through the 21st Century Community Learning Centers initiative of the U.S. Department of Education. For more information, see website.

East Chambers ISD, has been awarded a Texas ACE grant which will provide before school, afterschool and summer programs for all students. The goal of the federally funded grant is to help foster students' academic success. All services are offered free of charge to any ECISD student in grades PK-12. Site coordinators will manage activities Monday-Friday 7:15 am-8:15 am and from school release until approximately 6 p.m. at each campus.

Activities include:

  • Dinner and a snack

  • Homework help and tutoring

  • Enrichment activities

  • Transportation home

  • Special parent meetings including meals

Students may print an application here and turn it in or request one from their home campus.

2022-2023 ACE Student Registration

ACE 22-23.pdf

Letter from ACE Project Director

2022-2023 Parent Letter.docx

ACE Handbook

22-23 ACE Parent Handbook

Mission Statement

At East Chambers ISD, the Texas ACE Program inspires 21st century thinkers in a safe and supportive expanded learning environment through student led enrichment, school day aligned academic assistance, and family engagement.

2021-2022 Program Evaluation

East Chambers ISD cy10 FINAL Report2021-2022x1.pdf