NOW HIRING: School Meals Project Coordinator

NOW HIRING: School Meals Project Coordinator

ORGANIZATION OVERVIEW:

Established in 2003, the Dolores Huerta Foundation’s (DHF) mission is to inspire and organize communities to establish volunteer organizations empowered to pursue social justice. DHF conducts movement-building at the intersection of race, class, sexual orientation, and socio-economic status to address the harmful and discriminatory practices and abuses faced by marginalized individuals and families in the San Joaquin Valley. DHF uses a multi-pronged approach – grassroots organizing, advocacy, leadership development, and a public relations strategy to inform narrative change.

POSITION:

The DHF Education Policy Program seeks to hire a School Meals Project Coordinator to educate, train, organize, and engage community members to advocate for health and nutrition through Civic Engagement. The School Meals Project Coordinator will create a curriculum regarding issues related to health and nutrition. The curriculum will be centered on empowering parents, students and community members to advocate for community health. 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Work closely with the Education Policy Director to produce planning and coordination of health education programs, projects, and/or campaigns.
  • Cultivate DHF participation in collaborations with partner organizations and seek allies addressing food insecurity in the San Joaquin Valley 
  • Maintain analysis and oversight of existing health and nutrition policies at target school districts
  • Research and compile data to support state and national legislative efforts addressing food insecurity.
  • Develop positive relationships with school districts to support DHF’s advocacy work.
  • Communicate and coordinate with parents and community members with projects, campaigns, and media opportunities. 
  • Facilitate training for parents and other community members on a variety of health, civic engagement, and education curriculum in both Spanish and English.
  • Create content for newsletters and various social media platforms to update community members and partners on our work.
  • Provide weekly written reports to document activities, updates, and results via conference calls and timely updates.
  • Other duties as assigned (nonpartisan voter engagement, data collection & data entry, and fundraising)

QUALIFICATIONS:

The ideal candidate will have the following skills and experiences:

  • Associates Degree or equivalent experience can be substituted for education 
  • Experience and passion for community organizing
  • Experience in providing trainings
  • A proactive solutions-oriented approach
  • Excellent interpersonal skills (one on one and group dynamics), cultural competency, strong listening skills, and personable
  • Patience and flexibility
  • Excellent team player
  • Written and spoken proficiency in Spanish & English
  • Proficiency in Word, Excel, Outlook, Videoconference, google drive, & on-line navigation
  • Self-motivated, resourceful, and creative
  • Ability to work evenings and weekends
  • Strong collaborator, team player, able to adapt quickly to changing situations
  • Time management skills
  • Self-confidence and self-assurance
  • California Driver’s License
  • Reliable transportation and auto insurance

EMPLOYMENT TERMS:

Location: Kern County

Hourly rate: $21.50

Comprehensive Medical, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance

  • 75% of Medical Premium paid by DHF
  • Paid Life Insurance 
  • 401(k) with Employer Match 
  • Accrued Paid Vacation
  • Internal learning and development programs

Please send resume, cover letter, and 3 references to:

humanresources@doloreshuerta.org Subject: “School Meals Project Coordinator Applicant: [YOUR NAME]”

The Pandemic is not over, We must continue to protect those most vulnerable!

The Pandemic is not over, We must continue to protect those most vulnerable!

The Dolores Huerta Foundation (DHF) Education Department alongside the support of the Vecinos Unidos® chapter members, continue to provide our most underserved communities the support they need to feel assured and safe from COVID-19. The pandemic highlighted a factor we’ve known all along, it is that Central Valley essential workers – farmworkers, janitors, grocery store employees – are on the front lines constantly risking their lives for us. They are often working outdoors in conditions of poor air quality, extreme heat, unsafe working conditions and are statistically most likely to be working alongside someone with COVID-19.

As a result, the Dolores Huerta Foundation staff makes it a priority to protect and empower these communities through every opportunity we possibly can. Most recently, DHF participated in seasonal community events throughout the Central Valley where they distributed information about the COVID-19 vaccines, provided masks, hand sanitizer, and further resources and information that may benefit their situation or of those they may know. These vulnerable professionals are not likely to receive PPE from employers therefore access to such can save lives. We are proud to announce that through DHF’s participation in these fun and safe county-wide events has offered over 1,200 families free resources to keep themselves and their loved ones safe.

Additionally, DHF is a proud partner within the United Against COVID-19 Coalition, where as we have helped organize 36 vaccine clinics throughout the Central Valley & Antelope Valley. Each vaccine clinic is strategically placed in the communities that have been hit the hardest by the pandemic and furthermore lack the accessibility to such resources to protect themselves from the deadly virus. A total of 3,600 people and counting have received their COVID-19 vaccine and are now proudly a part of the solution to end the pandemic.

Celebrating the adoption of Proclamation Recognizing LGBTQ+ Students, Staff and Community!

Celebrating the adoption of Proclamation Recognizing LGBTQ+ Students, Staff and Community!

The Dolores Huerta Foundation’s Education Department is celebrating LGBTQ History month this October by providing Vecinos Unidos® members and Youth online resources all month long. In early June 2021, Kern students of the LGBTQ+ community were harassed and intimidated by their peers. As a proactive measure to support LGBTQ+ youth, DHF has been hosting safe spaces for our youth and meeting with allies to make sure their voices are heard at school board meetings. Through our organizing efforts, on October 4th, 2021, the Kern High School District board Adopted a Proclamation Recognizing LGBTQ+ Students, Staff and Community. This is the first step in being inclusive of all identities and students, and we will continue to advocate for resources such as:

Hiring of LGBTQ+ BIPOC counselors, social workers, and therapists
Sustainability of an office/space where LGBTQ+ students can gather
Implementation of LGBTQ+ cultural competency training for educators and students
Hosting and Celebrating PRIDE events
Denouncing anti-LGBTQ+ behaviors and actions when students report them
AND holding restorative justice circles for healing and solution-making when behaviors/actions do occur

For more information, please visit www.doloreshuerta.org or email Ashley at adelarosa@doloreshuerta.org

NOW HIRING: Education Organizer in Antelope Valley & Fresno

NOW HIRING: Education Organizer in Antelope Valley & Fresno

Dolores Huerta Foundation Background
Established in 2003, the DHF’s mission is to inspire and organize communities to establish volunteer organizations empowered to pursue social justice. DHF conducts movement-building at the intersection of race, class, sexual orientation, and socio-economic status to address the harmful and discriminatory practices and abuses faced by marginalized individuals and families in the San Joaquin Valley. The DHF uses a multi-pronged approach – grassroots organizing, advocacy, leadership development, and a public relations strategy to inform narrative change.

Education Organizer

The Dolores Huerta Foundation is looking for an energetic individual to join our Education Team. The DHF seeks to hire an Education Organizer to support DHF’s program to educate, train, organize, and engage community members to participate in school district advocacy and practice community wellness.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Provide support to the Education Policy Director with planning and coordination of education programming, projects, and/or campaigns.

2. Develop sustainable partnerships with organizations working on education justice.   

3.  Maintain analysis and oversight of Local Control Accountability Plans in targeted school districts, including but not limited to: Arvin, Union, Lamont, Vineland, Greenfield Union, Woodlake Unified, Lindsay Unified, Parlier Unified, Sanger Unified, Kern High, Bakersfield City, Mojave Unified, Lancaster Unified, Palmdale Unified, Antelope Valley.

4.  Research and compile data including restorative justice, mental health, and school climate to inform and support DHF education program initiatives.

5.. Develop expertise in school climate, parent engagement, and school district policies and practices  to support DHF’s advocacy work.

6. Assist with developing student and parent trainings  to engage in education advocacy and civic engagement topics 

7. Facilitate trainings for parents and other community members on a variety of civic engagement and education curriculum in both Spanish and English.

9. Create content for newsletters and various social media platforms to update community members and partners on our work.

10. Provide weekly written reports to document activities, updates, and results via conference calls and timely updates.

The ideal candidate will have the following skills and experiences:

  • Excellent interpersonal and time management skills
  • Excellent cultural competency
  • Strong collaborator, able to adapt quickly to changing situations
  • Experience in providing trainings (preferred)
  • 2+ Years’ experience in a community outreach or social justice advocacy (preferred)
  • Written and spoken proficiency in Spanish & English (preferred)

Requirements:

  • Graduate from an accredited college (Equivalent relevant experience may be substituted)
  • Proficiency in Google Suite, Microsoft 365 & video conference such as Zoom, Skype, Google Meets
  • Reliable transportation, driver’s license and automobile insurance 
  • Ability to work evenings and weekends

Dolores Huerta Foundation is proud to offer a variety of  benefits to full-time employees and their family:

Comprehensive Medical, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance

  • 75% of Medical Premium paid by DHF
  • Paid Life Insurance 
  • 401(k) with Employer Match 
  • Accrued Paid Vacation
  • Internal learning and development programs

Please send resume, cover letter, and 3 references to:

Human Resources Dolores Huerta Foundation PO Box 2087 Bakersfield, CA 93303  or via email: humanresources @doloreshuerta.org

Conociendo: “El Canto Del Colibrí” movie night 10/21

Conociendo: “El Canto Del Colibrí” movie night 10/21

Join us as we host a Conociendo: “El Canto Del Colibrí” #movienight for National Week of Action Against School Pushout on 10/21 at 5:30 pm PDT. This virtual event is #FREE & open to everyone.

“El Canto del Colibrí,” is a story of Latino fathers dealing with issues of immigration, faith, marriage equality, machismo, culture, and the process of their LGBTQ children coming out. Responding to requests from “Tres Gotas de Agua” audiences around the world, the filmmakers are taking this journey by inviting Latino men to speak frankly about delicate and deeply personal topics. This film will address political issues about LGBTQ families, social oppression, shared responsibility and acceptance of LGBTQ people as members of Latino families.

Zoom ID
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81596352382

QUESTIONS? PREGUNTAS? Call Ashley at
(661) 558-2049

DHF is Honored with NO KID HUNGRY Award!

DHF is Honored with NO KID HUNGRY Award!

The Dolores Huerta Foundation (DHF)  is thrilled to announce that we are one of only ten national No Kid Hungry award recipients. No Kid Hungry, a campaign of Share Our Strength, knows that since school campuses closed nearly a year ago due to the pandemic, making FREE meals available to children is key to their health and academic success. America’s kids need us. COVID-19 has impacted millions of vulnerable children who are losing the school meals they depend on. For some, it’s the only food they’ll receive in a given day. Food insecurity is a growing concern among many families, particularly in the wake of this pandemic, when one in four children could face hunger this year. DHF believes that no kid should go hungry and that is why with the support of our Vecinos Unidos®  chapter members, we’ve worked to make sure children throughout the central valley have access to healthy meals, especially in rural farmworker areas and our work is not done until no child is hungry.

Pictured right to left: Ashley De La Rosa, DHF Education Policy Program Director & Cecilia Castro, DHF Deputy Director
Local Control Starts with People Power

Local Control Starts with People Power

The pandemic has exposed like never before our society’s inequities including those faced by students that come from historically disenfranchised communities including: English Language Learners, low-income students, foster youth and students experiencing homelessness. Given the tools and support to be agents of change, those most impacted by the inequities can lead us to real transformative solutions. The Dolores Huerta Foundation has been working with our Vecinos Unidos® members to make sure their voices are centered in the school district budgeting process.

Throughout the months of March and April, the Dolores Huerta Foundation Education team provided parents with the knowledge and tools to make their voices heard to demand that school districts provide the support students in the Kern, Tulare and Fresno counties need. DHFs education department hosted four trainings focused on the school district budgeting process known as the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) with 45 Vecinos Unidos® members in attendance. As an outcome of our LCAP training, parents were empowered to host their own LCAP community town halls and invite school district leadership such as Superintendents, School board members, and Directors of Student Services to share their experiences to influence next year’s budget. In April, we hosted two regional LCAP community town halls with 28 Vecinos Unidos® members advocating for 35 LCAP recommendations to six district leadership representatives. All recommendations focused on the improvement of mental health services, school meal access, more nutritious school meals, and better parent engagement for all parents. Empowered parents, students, and community members will continue to advocate to close the educational inequities through the school budgeting process. Want to get involved? Please contact Ashley De La Rosa: adelarosa@doloreshuerta.org, Ph: 661.322.3033 ext. 1231

Dolores Huerta Day Resolution Approved

On February 18th, 2021 the DHF Education Team hosted a regional call with 33 Vecino UnidosⓇ leaders. They discussed the importance of promoting legislation which was passed in California stating that “On [or around] Dolores Huerta Day [April 10th], all public schools and educational institutions are encouraged to conduct exercises remembering the life of Dolores Huerta, recognizing her accomplishments, and familiarizing pupils with the contributions she made to this state.”

Our Parlier Vecinos UnidosⓇ Chapter scheduled meetings with principals of the Parlier Unified School District. Nine other Vecinos UnidosⓇ Education Committees are creating calls to action across the Central Valley promoting the Dolores Huerta Day Board Resolution. Our first resolution passed at the Lamont Elementary School District on March 9, 2021.

Bakersfield City School District Candidate Forum, 9/30, 6pm – Foro de Candidatos del Distrito Escolar de la Ciudad de Bakersfield, 30/9, 6pm

Bakersfield City School District Candidate Forum, 9/30, 6pm – Foro de Candidatos del Distrito Escolar de la Ciudad de Bakersfield, 30/9, 6pm

Foro de Candidatos del Distrito Escolar de la Ciudad de Bakersfield

¡Conozca a los candidatos que quieren representarlo en el Distrito Escolar de la Ciudad de Bakersfield!

miércoles el 30 de septiembre de 2020 a las 6:00 PM PST

Patrocinado por la Fundación Dolores Huerta y asociación de maestros de primaria de Bakersfield.

Únase a nosotros a través de Zoom mientras los candidatos abordan temas escolares importantes para los padres y la comunidad de Bakersfield. ¡Aproveche la oportunidad de escuchar a los candidatos y hacer preguntas!

Para obtener más información, comuníquese con Fernando Torres, (661) 387-5495, ftorres@doloreshuerta.org

¡CONTAMOS, VOTAMOS, GANAMOS!

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Bakersfield City School District Candidate Forum

Meet the candidates who want to represent you on the Bakersfield City School District Board of Trustees!

Wednesday, September 30th 2020 at 6:00 PM PST

Sponsored by Dolores Huerta Foundation and the Bakersfield Elementary Teacher Association.

Join us via Zoom as candidates address important education issues and answer questions from the parents and community members of the Bakersfield City School District. Take advantage of the opportunity to listen to candidates and ask questions!

For more Information, please contact Fernando Torres at (661) 387-5495, ftorres@doloreshuerta.org

WE COUNT, WE VOTE, WE WIN!

Desembolsar a la Policía del Distrito Escolar Kern High e invertir en la juventud!

Desembolsar a la Policía del Distrito Escolar Kern High e invertir en la juventud!

La colaborativa de justicia educativa del condado de Kern (KEJC): ¡Todos O Nadie, Construyendo Comunidades Saludables Sur de Kern, La Fundación Dolores Huerta, Fe en Vallé, Primero y Siempre Melanina, y El Movimiento Jakara, solicitan su apoyo para pedirle al distrito que recorte fondos del departamento policial del distrito de las Preparatorias de Kern (KHSD) para invertir en los estudiantes! Los departamentos de policía del condado de Kern tienen una historia larga de violencia y estos son los mismos oficiales que siempre acaban en el departamento de policía de KHSD y en nuestras escuelas.

Es hora de reinventar la seguridad escolar y poner fin a la criminalización de los estudiantes Afroamericanos y estudiantes Latinos en el condado de Kern.

¡Necesitamos su ayuda! El Distrito Escolar de las preparatorias de Kern adoptará su presupuesto el lunes 29 de junio de 2020.

Como apoyar la campaña:

1. Firma nuestra petición para recortar fondos de la policía de KHSD y comprométete a enviarla a 5 amigos o familiares. Lenguaje de petición en español aquí Peticion: bit.ly/Sign2DefundKernHighPolice

2. Firme nuestra carta de apoyo organizacional 

3. Envíe un comentario público al Distrito Escolar de las Preparatorias de Kern para la reunión de la junta de la mesa directiva del 29 de junio.

4. Comparta cualquier gráfico en sus redes sociales utilizando nuestro kit para redes sociales: AQUÍ

DÍA DE PLAZO ES 29 DE JUNIO DE 2020 a las 12:00 p.m.

Cómo enviar comentarios públicos:

Envíe un correo electrónico a publiccomment@kernhigh.org o llame al (833) 827-3708 para dejar un correo de voz no más de 3 minutos.

Muestra de Comentario público

 Comentario público para la reunión de la Junta del 29 de junio de 2020 sobre el “presupuesto 2020-21”

Hola mi nombre es ________. Yo soy un [estudiante, padre, miembro de la comunidad, parent,etc] del Distrito de las Preparatorias en Kern. Yo estoy urgiendo que los miembros de la mesa directiva adopten un presupuesto para el año 2020-21 que recorte los fondos del departamento de policía de las Preparatorias en Kern y inverta en los jóvenes.  POLICÍAS NO PERTENECEN EN LAS ESCUELAS. Es tiempo de reimaginar la seguridad escolar, despenalizar estudiantes Afroamericanos y Latinos, y invertir aproximadamente $4 millones para:

  • Contratar consejeros, trabajadores sociales, psicólogos, médicos de salud mental y enfermeras adicionales.
  • Contratar maestros de varias etnicidades que reflejen la población estudiantil.
  • Implementar estudios étnicos.
  • Contratar practicantes de justicia restaurativa y eliminar a todos los policías de los modelos de justicia restaurativa e intervención y apoyo de comportamiento positivo. [agregar cualquier otra sugerencia para el presupuesto]

Por favor, ayúdenos a correr la voz y mandar esta información a otras personas. 

Síganos en instagram @KernEducationJusticeCollab y Facebook KernEducationJusticeCollaborative

Recursos educativos

Hola, 

El aprendizaje nunca termina. ¡Aquí va encontrar una lista de recursos gratuitos  educativos disponibles para estudiantes y padres!

Nosotros seguiremos proporcionando actualizaciones e información en cuanto la tendremos. Si tiene alguna pregunta puede contactar Cecilia Castro, Directora de Educación para la Fundación Dolores Huerta a su correo electronico ccastro@doloreshuerta.org

Artes de Lenguaje Inglés  

Nivel de Grado Información Conexion al sitio de Web
PreK-K Una página de Facebook que comparte historias para niños de las edades 0-5Flamingo Rampant
PreK-1st Literatura y uso de sonidos. Usar el codigo de promocion  “SCHOOL771” ABC Mouse
PreK-6thLibros para leer Digitales Get Epic
PreKRecursos para las artes del idioma inglés, como rompecabezas de cartas, escritura de nombres, palabras y hojas de trabajoPerfectly PreK Blog
K-8thLibros en línea para todo nivel de gradoStoryline Online
K-5thRecursos para estudiantes de inglés, recursos y herramientas para familiasSmore
K-12th Proyectos día a día para que los niños lean, piensen y crezcan.Scholastic
9-12th Recursos para estudiantes del grado 10. Enfocado en las Artes de Inglés Mrs. S ELA Resources 
K-9th ¡Actividades de literatura y más! Scholastic Learn at Home

Matematicas 

Nivel de Grado  Información  Conexion al sitio de Web
PreK- 7thJuegos de matemáticas y actividades para niñosMath Game Time
K-8thJuegos de matemáticas  Fun Brain
1-6thJuegos de matemáticas Prodigy
1-6th Juegos de matemáticas tal como rompecabezas y ejercicios para el cerebroMath Playground
9-12th Curso de matemáticas en línea para estudiantes en la preparatoria Curriki 
9-12th Lecturas de matemáticas y actividadesKhan Academy 

Artes 

Nivel de Grado InformaciónConexión al sitio de Web
K-8thAprende sobre diferentes artistas conocidos a través de videosArt with Mati & Dada
K-8th“Como dibujar” videos para niños Art for Kids Hub
K-5thEste artista estará haciendo enseñanza de dibujos cada dia a la 1:00 pmMo Willems Live Doodle Stream

Ciencias

Nivel de Grado InformaciónConexión al sitio de Web
Pre K-K Actividades amigables para los niños de ciencias para que los estudiantes aprendan sobre los elementos de la tabla periódicaToca Boca
K-4thJuegos de aprendizaje interactivo basados en la ciencia para niños y libros de cuentosNASA Kids Club
K-12thLibros de cuentos, actividades y recursos basados en la cienciaNASA STEM Engage
2-12thActividades creadas para que el estudiante haga predicciones y aprenda el proceso de una investigación científica. ED Heads 
3-7thJuegos y actividades de cienciasNat Geo Kids
6-8thHojas de trabajo científicas de los seres vivos al movimiento a la químicaScience Printables
6-12th Rompecabezas y artículos científicos How Stuff Works
9-12th Videos educativos de todas las asignaturas que explican Historia, Anatomía y FisiologíaCrash Course 
9-12th Vídeos que trazan la tabla periódica Periodic Videos 
9-12th Clases de ciencias para estudiantes de secundaria, desde la biología hasta la física Khan Academy 

Estudios Sociales y Historia 

Nivel de Grado Información Conexión al sitio de Web
K-6thHistory Articles to help engage, educate and empower studentsTime for Kids
K-12th¡Historia alineada videos, interactivos, planes de lecciones y mucho más!PBS Learning Media
3-7thEste es un sitio que ofrece 1 mes de prueba gratuita para recursos de aprendizajeAdventure Academy 
4-8thProporciona a los estudiantes historias de historia para explorar nuevos mundosGoogle Earth 
9-12thVideos educativos de diferente temas que explican Historia, Anatomía y FisiologíaCrash Course
9-12thLecciones de Historia basadas en cursos de Historia de CA. Por ejemplo, Historia de AP, Historia Mundial, etc.Khan Academy 

Aprendizaje Social y Emocional 

NIvel de GradoInformación Conexión al sitio de Web
K-6thEsto es una conexión que tiene recursos de intervención positivos y meditación. Breathe, Cope, & Learn



WiFi y Tecnología 

Provided By:About Link
Comcast Ofrece servicios de WiFi para estudiantes de los grados K-12 de bajo ingresos Aplique aqui 
XFinityxFinity ha extendido sus servicios de WiFi a todos. Los que no tienen la subscribution de XFinity, va necesitar aceptar los Términos y Condiciones para tener acceso a la red. Los sitios con internet pueden ser vistos en el lace.  Informacion Aqui
COXDurante este tiempo de inseguridad y el requerimiento de aprendizaje en casa Cox está ayudando conectar familias con el uso de internet el el programa Cox is helping get families in Connect2CompeteInformación Aquí
Fondos Tecnológicos  de Emergencia The California Emerging Technology Fund esta proveyendo servicios y ayuda financiera Llame el 1-844-841-4636 O Visite esta página de web
Distrito Escolar  Unificado de Lindsay(LUSD)Si usted tiene un estudiante en nuestro distrito puede acceder al servicio Comunitario de WiFi , favor de completar una aplicación y dejarla en la caja localizada en  519  E. Honolulu Building C. Aplicaciones están disponibles en la dirección arriba o disponible en el sitio de web.Wifi Comunitario del Distrito Escolar de Lindsay
Woodlake Unified School District Cómo recibir servicio de internet en casa para su estudiante:
* Vaya a la oficina al 300 W Whitney Ave, abierto Lunes a Viernes de  7:00AM-4:30PM.
* Llene el permiso de Acuerdos de uso de Internet en casa   y Permiso* Un aparato será repartido a ese tiempo al menos que necesite instalación. 
*** Ciertos restricciones aplican en unas regiones ***
Contact Woodlake Unified School District Website 
Or Call (559)564-8081 x8901
Or Email: Tech

Educación Colegiada 


About Link
Colegio Comunitario de Bakersfield Una clase de meditación por el Samsara Centro de Bienestar los Viernes a las 10 de la mañana.Samsara Centro de Bienestar
Colegio Comunitario de BakersfieldTutoría para veteranos y estudiantes afiliados con las fuerzas armadas(661)395-4312 or veterans@bakersfieldcollege.edu
Colegio Comunitario de BakersfieldRecursos en línea y centro de colaboración. Centro de Recursos – Vision 
Colegio Comunitario de BakersfieldHerramienta para la búsqueda de trabajos para los estudiantes de colegio de BC BC: Encontrando un trabajo
Colegio Comunitario de BakersfieldRecursos para estudiantes con disabilidades DSPS Dept. (661)395-4334; dspsdesk@bakersfieldcollege.edu 
Colegio Comunitario de Bakersfield y CaliforniaInformación de la póliza estudiantil para dejar una clase durante el cuidado de COVID- 19. O si necesitan dejar una clase por cuidar a un ser querido del COVID-19.  Poliza Estudiantil  
Colegio Comunitario de BakersfieldCentro de comida para el colegio comunitario de Bakersfield Recursos de Comida/ Dispensa de Comida Renegade 
Centro de Salud y Bienestar del Colegio Comunitario de Bakersfield y Proveedores de salud : Si estudiantes necesitan un grupo para compartir sus sentimientos pueden programar una sesión por zoom con el Centro de salud. Mande un correo electronico al Centro de salud @ BCStudentHealth@BakersfieldCollege.edu or viste la pagina de web aqui
Colegio Comunitario de BakersfieldLas organizaciones estudiantiles tienen juntas y actividades por el internet.  Student Orgs or Student activities
Colegio Comunitario de BakersfieldRecursos para asistencia por medio del internetAsistencia Estudiantil en Línea 
Colegio Comunitario de BakersfieldInformación sobre COVID-19 e instrucciones para estudiantesInstrucciones para estudiantes Recursos comunitarios  

Parlier Literacy Matters Community Forum, Sat. 2/22, 6pm

Join Dolores Huerta Foundation Vecinos Unidos and Youth 
for the 

Parlier Literacy Matters Community Forum 

Saturday, February 22nd, 2020

6 pm – 8 pm

Parlier Junior High
1200 E. Parlier Ave.
Parlier, CA 93648

We will highlight LITERACY as the basic building block of education and learn to work together to ensure that students are receiving the support they need, at home and in their schools, to improve in literacy.

Childcare activités, food, music and a raffle!

For more information, contact Lourdes Oliva 559-908-4692

Caruthers Literacy Matters Community Forum, Wed. 3/4, 6pm

Caruthers Literacy Matters Community Forum, Wed. 3/4, 6pm

Join Dolores Huerta Foundation Youth and Vecinos Unidos 
for the 

Caruthers Literacy Matters Community Forum 

Wednesday, March 4th, 2020

6 pm – 8 pm

2025 W. Clemenceau Ave.
Caruthers, CA 93609

We will highlight LITERACY as the basic building block of education and learn to work together to ensure that students are receiving the support they need, at home and in their schools, to improve in literacy.

Childcare activités, food, music and a raffle!

For more information, contact Maria Galvan 559-864-2040

Sanger Literacy Matters Community Forum, Mon. 2/24, 6pm

Sanger Literacy Matters Community Forum, Mon. 2/24, 6pm

Join Dolores Huerta Foundation Vecinos Unidos and Youth 
for the 

Sanger Literacy Matters Community Forum 

Monday, February 24th, 2020

6 pm – 8 pm

1446 7th Street
Sanger, CA 93657

We will highlight LITERACY as the basic building block of education and learn to work together to ensure that students are receiving the support they need, at home and in their schools, to improve in literacy.

Childcare activités, food, music and a raffle!

For more information, contact Lourdes Oliva 559-908-4692

Literacy Matters Arvin Community Forum, Wed. 2/26, 6pm

Literacy Matters Arvin Community Forum, Wed. 2/26, 6pm

Join Dolores Huerta Foundation Vecinos Unidos and Youth 
for the 

Literacy Matters Arvin Community Forum 

Wednesday, February 26th, 2020

6 pm – 8 pm

Veteran’s Hall
141 N. A Street
Arvin, CA 93203

We will highlight LITERACY as the basic building block of education and learn to work together to ensure that students are receiving the support they need, at home and in their schools, to improve in literacy.

Childcare activités, food, music and a raffle!

For more information, contact Timo Prado 661-699-6597

Literacy Matters Lamont Community Forum, Wed. 2/19, 6pm

Literacy Matters Lamont Community Forum, Wed. 2/19, 6pm

Join Dolores Huerta Foundation Vecinos Unidos and Youth 
for the 

Literacy Matters Lamont Community Forum 

Wednesday, February 19th, 2020

6 pm – 8 pm
at the

David Head Center
10300 San Diego Street
Lamont, CA 93241

We will highlight LITERACY as the basic building block of education and learn to work together to ensure that students are receiving the support they need, at home and in their schools, to improve in literacy.

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