Registration for the 2022-23 school year is open
Xplore is an exciting, extended-day program for K-6 students inMesa Public Schools. Children will experience a variety of instructional and recreational activities, including academic support, engineering, science, virtual reality, athletics and more.
Xplore is not a licensed childcare facility under section §36-882. Thus, Xplore, offered through the community education department, provides only recreational or instructional activities to school-age children who may enter into and depart from the facility at their own volition. The facility may require the children to document their entrance into and departure from the facility. This documentation does not affect the exemption under this paragraph.
Select this option if you do not have an existing account with Community Ed. (You have not paid for Xplore or KinderU for any student)
Do you need to translate MyProcare?
Using Google Chrome:
Right click on the website (anywhere on the page)
Select the preferred language
Complete this process for each webpage visited
Select this option if you had an account and paid for a student in Xplore or KinderU prior to this school year. You will be able to re-enroll existing students and update the information currently on file.
If you need to add a new student to your existing account; contact Community Education via email at firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate your name, name and date of birth for the student you wish to add.
ALL FIELDS WITH AN * ARE REQUIRED - INCLUDING 3 PHONE NUMBERS
22-23 Program changes
Schedule changes, program withdrawal/cancellation
Re-enrollment ONLY if student was enrolled via MyProcare for the 22/23 school year
Contact our office to determine eligibility.
No Xplore at your school?
Children attending Eisenhower Center for Innovation and Stevenson Elementary will have extended-day programming available at their on-site Boys & Girls Club location.
Children attending Jefferson, Lowell and Webster elementary schools will have extended-day programming available at the adjacent City of Mesa recreation center.
Children attending Adams and Longfellow elementary schools will have after school programming through ICAN.
If your child attends Franklin East, Holmes, Lehi, Lowell, Robson or Whittier, please contact your school directly for child care facilities that service their attendance area.
Community Education supports the MPS Promise – Every student in Mesa Public Schools is known by name, served by strength and need, and graduates ready for college, career and community.