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  

Education Resources for Families

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SCHOOL DISTRICT UPDATES

Hello,

In efforts to ensure that Vecinos Unidos, parents, and families have the most recent updates from their school districts, the Dolores Huerta Foundation has compiled a list of the following school districts in Kern, Fresno, Tulare, and Antelope Valley that we are currently monitoring:

  • P. 2 Kern High School District (Kern County) 
  • P. 5 Bakersfield City School District (Kern County)
  • P. 6 Arvin Union School District (Kern County)
  • P. 7 Lamont Elementary School District (Kern County)
  • P. 8 Vineland School District (Kern County)
  • P. 9 Mojave Unified School District (Kern County)
  • P. 10 Parlier Unified School District (Fresno County)
  • P. 11 Sanger Unified School District (Fresno County)
  • P. 12 Caruthers Unified School District (Fresno County)
  • P. 13 Fresno Unified School District (Fresno County)
  • P. 14 Lindsay Unified School District (Tulare County)
  • P. 15 Woodlake Unified School District (Tulare County)
  • P. 16 Wilsona Elementary School District (LA County)
  • P. 17 Antelope Valley High School District (LA County)
  • P. 18 Eastside Union School District (LA County)
  • P. 19 Lancaster School District (LA County)
  • P. 20 Westside Union School District (LA County) 

The information for each district includes: 

  • Dates of school district closures
  • Tentative dates back in session
  • Meal pick up times, dates, and locations
  • Student learning material provided by the district 

We will continue to update the information as needed. But please note that you will have to contact your district about a meal plan for a student with dietary restrictions. Right now, any student can go to a school that is providing meals to receive food, they DO NOT have to attend that site to receive the meal. 

Sincerely, 

Cecilia Castro, DHF Education Policy Director, ccastro@doloreshuerta.org, 661.322.3033 ext 230   

Kern High School District

Kern County

District Phone: 661-827-3100

CLOSED FOR THE REST OF THE 19-20 SCHOOL YEAR

“Grab and Go”Breakfast and Lunch Meals till May 5th Mon-Fri 11:00-12:30 pm

Meals provided to students under 18 years old and they must be present to receive the meals. Can drive thru or walk up to the following locations: 

Arvin High School Golden Valley High School
West High School North High Schools
Bakersfield High School Shafter High School 
Kern Valley High School Frontier High School 
Stockdale High School Nueva Continuation High School
South High School Mira Monte High School   

Meals will continue to be distributed by KHSD Transportation Department to the homes of students with disabilities who typically have door-to-door transportation services 

Student Learning Material Provided by KHSD

  • Varies by school site, parents can call their student site to get information. 
  • Virtual Tutoring 
  • The KHSD is providing students with Chromebooks. For information on how to obtain one contact your student’s school site. There will be buses running with WiFi and hotspots in the following locations beginning March 31, 2020: 

Kern Schools are working on getting information for counseling and tutoring 

  1.  Will be adopting a pass/no pass- for more info: KHSD Grading Guidelines 
WiFi Bus Runs – 30 minutes per stop 
ArvinBakersfield HSCentennial HS
9:15a  BONITA RD & WACO AVE 
10:00a WEEDPATCH HWY & BUENA VISTA BLVD                         
10:45a  SYCAMORE RD & VILLA DR
12:45p REYNOLDS AVE &      CITATION LN
1:30p DI GIORGIO RD & WOOD ST (EAST OF WOOD ST)
2:15 SAN DIEGO ST & KEARNEY AVE
9:00a KING ST & OREGON ST @ CHURCH
9:45a E 9TH ST & DR MARTIN LUTHER KING JR @ DIRT LOT
10:30a  N BLISS ST & WILKINS ST (S/E CORNER)
12:15p  N LAURELGLEN BLVD & VALEMOUNT DR
1:00p BARRINGTON ST & SEGURA WY
1:45p MONTCLAIR ST & LA MIRADA DR (N/E CORNER) @ DOG PARK
9:15a 6601 NORRIS ROAD10:00a KREBS RD & MOHAWK ST (@ PARK)
12:45p ETCHART RD & SHALLOTTE WY
1:30p CALLOWAY DR & MANHATTAN DR (S/W CORNER)
East HSFoothill HSFrontier HS
9:!5a ACACIA AVE & ELMWOOD AVE (S/W CORNER)
10:00a M CHURCH AVE & ETON ST (N/W CORNER)

10:00a LEETA ST & BRUNDAGE LN (N/W CORNER)
10:45a VYN DR & COLLEGE AVE
11:30 STATE ROUTE 184 & MESA MARIN DR (S/E CORNER )
9:15a  HEATH RD & NEWCASTLE ISLE DR (S/W CORNER)
10:00a PHAIRFIELD RD & MEACHAM RD (N/W CORNER)
10:45a KRAUSE DR & NORIEGA RD (N/W CORNER)
1:00p DEE DEE AVE & LA CRESENTA DR1:45p WALLAWALLA WY & NORIEGA RD                           
Golden Valley HSHighland  HSIndependence HS
09:15a  DI GIORGIO RD & ALDERWOOD ST
10:00a PANAMA RD & BRUNO ST (WEST OF BRUNO ST)
10:45a E FAIRVIEW RD & GARBER WY @ PARK
12:30p  HUGHES LN & CLARA RD
01:15p SUNLAND ST & MAURICE AVE
02:00p  GRANITE PEAK ST & GRAND HAVEN LN(50 FT NO OF GRAND HAVEN)
12:00 PM PANORAMA DR & CITY HILLS DR (S/W CORNER)
12:45 PM N BAKER ST & KNOTTS ST
01:30 PM MILLER ST & GRACE ST(S/E CORNER)
09:15 AM EBERLE RD & LINDSAY RD (N/E CORNER)
10:00 AM VISTA DEL MAR AVE @ MAILBOXES
10:45 AM HARRIS RD & GOTHAM WY
11:30 AM RELIANCE DR & BUFFALO PEAKS DR

Liberty  HSMiramonte  HSNorth HS
09:30 AM HIGHWAY 58 & CANNON ST (@ MINI MKT)
10:15 AM ENOS LN (HWY 43) & ACARI RD (N/W CORNER)
11:00 AM BRIMHALL RD & NORD RD (S/E CORNER)
01:15 PM WHITE ROCK DR & NORTHCREEK CT (@ MAILBOXES)
02:00 PM GUAYMAS AVE & SAN ESTEBAN AVE (@ PARK)
02:45 PM 14035 ROSEDALE HIGHWAY @ MOBILE HOME PARK
03:15 PM BROCKRIDGE LN & LASSEN Dr
09:00 AM LOTUS LN & E PLANZ RD (N/E CORNER)
09:45 AM E BELLE TERRACE & LOMITA DR
10:30 AM VIRGINIA AVE & HAYSLETT AVE (S/E CORNER)
12:15 PM WEEDPATCH HWY & FULLER DR (@ IRWIN’S MKT)
01:00 PM EDISON HWY & WALTER AVE (S/W CORNER)
01:45 PM S OSWELL ST & TYNER LN
09:15 AM Q ST & 38TH ST (S/E CORNER)
10:00 AM N CHESTER AVE & E PETROL RD (S/E CORNER)
10:45 AM STATE RD & PIERCE RD (S/W OF PIERCE RD)
01:30 PM COMMUNITY DR & FLOWERTREE DR
02:15 PM SYCAMORE DR & S PLYMOUTH AVE (@ PARK)
Ridgeview  HSShafter  HSSouth  HS
09:30 AM STEVENS DR & WILDFLOWER LN
10:30 AM 1301 TAFT HIGHWAY @ MOBILE HOME PARK
12:15 PM 2612 TAFT HIGHWAY @ BUGNI BROTHERS
01:00 PM KRISTA ST & MARGALO AVE (NW CORNER)
09:30 AM 1ST ST & MAIN ST @ POST OFFICE PARKING LOT
10:30 AM MAIN DRAIN RD & LERDO HWY (@ SPICER MARKET)
12:30 PM BOWLES ST & S SANTA FE WY (@ CHURCH)
01:15 PM MANNEL AVE & BURBANK ST
02:45 PM LINNELL WY & BRAHMA ST (N/E CORNER)
Stockdale  HSWest   HS
01:30 PM S ALLEN RD & MING AVE (S/W CORNER)
02:15 PM BROOKSIDE DR & WOODSIDE ST
09:15 AM ALUM AVE & YORK WY
10:00 AM ADIDAS AVE & AKERS RD
10:45 AM HOUCHIN RD & BRADFORD ST
12:45 PM SPICE WY & MEI YEN LN
01:30 PM PLANZ RD & LEONARD ST (N/W CORNER)
02:15 PM EL TORO DR & BELLE TERRACE @ PARK

Bakersfield City School District 

Kern County

District Phone: 661-631-4600

WILL BE CLOSED FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE 2019-20 SCHOOL YEAR

“Grab and Go”Breakfast and Lunch  Mon-Thur 11:00-1:00 pm 

Meals provided to students 2-18 yrs old and they must be present to receive the meals and accompanied by an adult. All meals can be picked up at your student’s school site or the closest site available. 

Casa LomaMt. VernonGarza
EisslerPaulyHorace Mann
Emerson Pioneer Stella Hills
Frank WestRooseveltJefferson   
FremontVoorhiesNichols
Longfellow HardingOwens Primary
WashingtonWilliams Wayside
Vide Scott Center

If you are a family in need of a food basket, contact Nicole Evans at 661-631-4927. Please have the following information ready: 1. Name/Pickup Name (if different) 2. Number of Adults/Children 3. Phone Number 4. Language Spoken 

Learning Materials Provided by the district: 

Click this link for learning resources: Distance Learning Materials #BCSDLEARNS

  • Google Link for Learning Packets found HERE. Please also visit here for youtube videos and online learning resources provided by the district. 
  • Beginning Tues April 7- Thurs April 9 from 8:00a.m -10:30 a.m. Distance learning packets will be available for TK-2, and Chromebooks will be available for grades 3-8. Please contact your student’s school site. CHILD DOES NOT HAVE TO BE PRESENT, BUT PARENT/GUARDIAN DOES.
  • CHROMEBOOK LOGIN: If your student needs help logging in, call the BCSD Chromebook Support Line: 631-4529. 

For BCSD WiFi Locations and instructions Click Here

Casa LomaMt. VernonGarza
EisslerPaulyHorace Mann
Emerson Pioneer Stella Hills
Frank WestRooseveltJefferson   
FremontVoorhiesNichols
Longfellow HardingOwens Primary
WashingtonWilliams Wayside

Self Care Link click Here

Arvin Union School District

Kern County

District Phone: 661-854-6500

WILL BE CLOSED FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE 19-20 SCHOOL YEAR

“Grab and Go”Breakfast and Lunch Meals Mon-Fri 11:00-1:00 pm 

*** Breakfast and Lunch Meals will be served for Spring Break on Monday they will also hand out Tuesday’s meal. On Wednesday they will hand out Thursdays’ meals. Meals will be served back on Tuesday 14th till May 4th. 

Meals provided to students 2-18 years old and they must be present to receive the meals at the following locations: 

Bear Mountain Elementarynear parking lot outside cafeteria Haven Drive Schoolcafeteria doors facing Haven Drive Street

Student Learning Material Provided by AUSD

Lamont Elementary School District

Kern County, District Phone: 661-845-0751

CLOSED FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE 19-20 SCHOOL YEAR 

“Grab and Go”Breakfast and Lunch Meals Mon-Fri 10:00 am -12:00 pm 

Meals provided to students 2-18 yrs old and must be present to receive the meals. Meals will be delivered at the following sites,  bus stops and times: 

Alicante Elementary School Lamont Elementary School 
Times Routes/Stops 
10:00-10:20 
WPH/Fuller
10:25 – 10:45Carnation/Montal
10:50 – 11:10Paradise/Myrtle
11:15 – 11:35 San Diego/ Kearney
11:40 – 12:00 DiGiorgio Apts

Student Learning Material Provided by LESD

  • The Lamont Elementary School District will be distributing Chromebooks to our students who do not have access to their own device at home grades 2nd through 6th from 1:00pm to 5:00pm at your child’s school.
  • For students in Tk through 2nd, we will be distributing work packets during the same time frames.

For students at Mt. View Middle School who have not received their Chromebook, distribution will be at Lamont School on Tuesday March 24th from 1-5pm.

Vineland School District

Kern County

District Phone: 661-845-3713

CLOSED FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE 19-20 SCHOOL YEAR

“Grab and Go” Mon-Fri 11:00-12:30 pm 

Meals provided to students 2-18 years old and they must be present to receive the 

meals. Meals can be picked up at the following bus stops and times: 


Stop 1Stop 2Stop 3 Stop 4 Stop 5 Stop 6Stop 7Stop 8 Stop 9
Bus #211:00       Fairfax11:05        Buena Vista Across from Park 11:10       Ralph Phillips 11:25                 Parish/Alden11:40                        Weedpatch Market11:50                       Trailer Park on Buena Vista 11:55                         House before Vineland-Across From Buenrostro (HIdalgo)

Bus #3 11:00          Spitzer Farm 11:05          New DiGiorgio Apt11:15           Alderwood 11:25                         Center & Pierce (on Center)11:35                          Woods Addition11:50                          Middleton


Bus #4 11:00           Ruben J Blunt11:15           Duncan11:20           Comanche Trailer Park11:25                        Comanche House after trailer park with cactus (Baseball Field)11:30                      Comanche after Buena Vista (Morales)11:35                  Malaga (Just North of Bear Mnt) 11:40                       Edison11:45                         Bear Mnt. Blvd. just east of Vineland Rd11:50South of Cemetery(VinelandRoad)
Bus #7 11:00       Vineland Rd (3 Trailers)11:05      Golden Empire11:10        Maxey 11:15                       Dunnsmere
11:25                        Field & Jay 
11:35                      Hickory11:40                      Spic N Span11:50                       Creekside11:55                        House East of Shell

Student Learning Material Provided by VSD:

Mojave Unified School District

Kern County 

District Phone: 661-824-4001

WILL BE CLOSED FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE 2019-20 SCHOOL YEAR

“Grab and Go”Breakfast and Lunch Meals Mon-Fri 10:00-12:00 pm 

Meals provided to students 2-18 yrs old and they must be present to receive the meals. ID may be required. Can drive thru or pick up at the following locations: 

California City Middle School Mojave Jr./Sr. High School 
California City High School

Student Learning Materials provided by MUSD:

  • TK-8th packets for pick up at each school starting March 24, 2020 10 a.m.- 2p.m. and available at Mojave Unified School District Website  under “Coronavirus” section 
  • 9th-12th instructional material will be online. DIstribution of Chromebooks April 7 for California City High School between 10:00am and 12:00pm location California City high School. Schools sites will open their WiFi during daylight hours, where students can access and download materials from the school parking lot. 
  • Mojave has created a regarding special education updates HERE
  • Mojave Unified School District Facebook

Parlier Unified School District  

                                           Fresno County 

District Phone: 559-646-2731

Closed March 16, 2020 – Back in Session May 4, 2020

“Grab and Go”Breakfast and Lunch Meals Mon-Fri March 18th – April 3rd  

10:00 am-12:00 pm and April 14th – May 1st.

Meals provided to students under 18 years old and must be present to receive the meals. Meals will be paused during spring break, April 6th – April 13. Meals can be picked up at the following sites: 

Brletic ElementaryBenavidez Elementary At bus loading zones

Student Learning Material Provided by PUSD

  • All packets will be available during meal distribution Mon-Fri from 10:00am – 12:00pm beginning March 23rd – March 27th. When picking up the meals let them know your student’s grade level.
  • Distant learning will begin April 14th. PHS will be passing out technology (Ipads, Chromebooks and Macbooks)  Wednesday April 1st – April 8th 2020. Complete the technology agreement online or visit Parlier High for a hard copy.

Distribution of Chromebooks: 

Helpline 211 web link https://fresno211.squarespace.com/ has a broad source of helpful information for food and Mental Health and Substance Abuse some to mention.

Sanger Unified School District

Fresno County 

District Phone: 559-524-6430

CLOSED FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE 19-20 SCHOOL YEAR

“Grab and Go”Breakfast and Lunch Meals Mon-Fri 11:00 am-1:00 pm

Meals provided to anyone under 18 years old and they must be present to receive the meals. Meals can be picked up at the following sites: 

Del Rey Elementary10620 Morro Ave, Del Rey CA 93616
Wilson Elementary610 Faller, Sanger CA 93657
Sanger High 1045 Bethal, Sanger CA 93657
Washington Academic Middle1705 Tenth St, Sanger 93657
Sequoia Elementary1820 S Armstrong Ave, Fresno CA 93727

Meals are not provided during Spring Break APRIL 6th – 13th

Student Learning Material Provided by SUSD

  • Beginning April 17th, SUSD will be distributing IPads for grades K-6th. You school site will reach out to you to determine the distribution times and locations. 
  • Online lessons per subject and grade level are available here 
  • If you have not received any information regarding school packets reach out to your school’s principal. Each school has a set schedule of how they will be distributing independent learning packets 
  • In the progress of purchasing hotspots for families identified through their principal, and will continue to provide info about internet access 
  • Sanger Unified School District Website 
  • Sanger Unified School District Facebook
  • Sanger Unified School District Twitter 

Helpline 211 web link https://fresno211.squarespace.com/ has a broad source of helpful information for food, Mental Health, and Substance Abuse some to mention.

If you have a direct question please visit this web page to submit a direct help ticket

Caruthers Unified School District 

                                         Fresno County 

District Phone: 559-864-6500

Closed March 16, 2020 – Back in Session May 4, 2020

“Grab and Go”Breakfast will be distributed throughout students bus routes 

Mon-Fri 11:00 am-1:00 pm 

Meals provided to anyone under 18 years old and must be present to receive the meals. Meals can be picked up at the following site: 

WILL BE PROVIDING MEALS DURING SPRING BREAK 

Caruthers High School Parking Lot

Caruthers Unified School District will begin distributing meals through students bus routes 

Student Learning Material Provided by CUSD

  • Elementary packets will be available April 14th & 15th at Caruthers Elementary

Times:

7:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.
11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Helpline 211 web link https://fresno211.squarespace.com/ has a broad source of helpful information for food and Mental Health and Substance Abuse some to mention.

Fresno Unified School District 

Fresno County 

District Phone: 559-457-3343

CLOSED FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE 19-20 SCHOOL YEAR

“Grab and Go”Breakfast and Lunch Meals Mon-Fri 9:00 am-11:00 pm

Meals provided to anyone under 18 years old and they must be present to receive the meals.Meals can be picked up at the following sites: 

Addams Elementary School Lincoln Elementary School  
Ahwahnee Middle SchoolScandinavian Middle School
Birney Sequoia Middle School
Columbia Elementary School Tehipite Middle School
Computech Middle SchoolTenaya Middle School
Cooper Middle SchoolTerronez Middle School
Figarden Elementary School Tioga Middle School
Fort Miller Middle SchoolWawona K-8
Hamilton K-8Yosemite Middle School
Kings Canyon 

MEALS WILL BE AVAILABLE THROUGH SPRING BREAK APRIL 6TH – APRIL 9TH 

Student material provided by FUSD: 

Helpline 211 web link https://fresno211.squarespace.com/ has a broad source of helpful information for food and Mental Health and Substance Abuse some to mention.

Lindsay Unified School District 

Tulare County 

District Phone: 559-562-5111

Closed March 18, 2020 – Back in Session May 4, 2020

“Grab and Go”Breakfast and Lunch meals Mon, Wed, and Fri 11:00 am-1:00pm 

**Please note there will be meal service on Friday, April 10 or Monday, April 13 and throughout May***

Meals provided to children ages 1-18 years old and they must be present to receive the meals. Meals can be picked up at the following sites: 

Washington- in front Roosevelt- in front
Lincoln- in front Jefferson- in front
Reagan- in front Kennedy- back lot
Tonyville Church 

Bus Route Meal Drop off: 


Time & StopTime & StopTime & StopTime & StopTime & StopTime & StopTime & StopTime & StopTime & StopTime & StopTime & StopTime & Stop
#110:00 am801 S Mirage 10:151241 Harvard10:30 1632 E Waddel10:35915 S Strathmore Ave 10:4021936 Rd  10:4523437 Ave 21610:5524250 Ave 22011:0523097 Rd 242 11:2024101 Foothill11:3022200 Ave 256 11:4022151Ave 250 11:5521620 Ave 247
#210:00 W Lindmore10:10Lindmore & 19610:1521276 Rd 18010:3522712  Rd 18010:4017624Ave 23210:55Rd 196 & HWY 6511:0024000 Rd 196 11:1024447 Rd 19611:2024819 Rd 20411:3025147 Rd 204

#310:0021620 Ave 247 10:1022151 Ave 250 10:2022200 Ave 25610:3024101 Foothill 







Student Learning Material Provided by LUSD

   Woodlake Unified School District 

                                            Tulare County 

District Phone: 559-564-8081

Closed March 17, 2020 – Back in Session April 14, 2020

***Woodlake will no serve meals through Spring Break, but will resume on April 14th***

 “Grab and Go”Breakfast and Lunch Meals Mon-Fri 11:00 am-1:00 pm

Meals provided to students under 18 years old and must be present to receive the meals. Meals can be picked up at the following sites:  

FJ White learning Center (Bus Zone) Castle Rock (Bus Zone) Woodlake High School (in front of the high school) 

Student learning Material Provided by WUSD

  • TK-2 grades will be receiving work packets through mail (sent 03/17)
  • 3rd-12th grades will use a variety of online resources and packets (students have been assigned chromebooks, please ensure they are working properly) and they need to check email regularly 
  • Teachers will hold “office hours” daily for your students Each teacher will contact students to provide details related to how this will work at each grade level and site. 

* if your student did not check out a chromebook or has not logged into their email, please contact your school site for a work packet. 

Wilsona School District

Los Angeles County- Antelope Valley

School District: 661-264-1111

Closed March 16, 2020 – Back in Session May 5, 2020

“Grab and Go”Breakfast and Lunch Meals.

**Please note there will be meal service on Friday, April 10 or Monday, April 13 and throughout May 4th. **

 Meals provided to students under 18 years old and must be present to receive the meals. Meals can be picked up at the following bus stops:

ROUTE AROUTE BROUTE D
8:20 COOLWATER & 177 ST   8:25 179 ST & GLENFALL                         8:30 HIGHACRES & 177 ST8:35 LAKESPRING & 178 ST8:40 BIGLAKE & 179 ST8:45 COOLWATER & 164 ST8:50 HIGHACRES & 164 ST8:55 COOLWATER & RONAR9:00 HIGHACRES & RONAR9:05 MACKENNAS GOLD & 167 ST9:10 173 ST & LAREDO VISTA9:15 171 ST & LONGMEADOW9:20 174 ST & LONGMEADOW


8:25 151 ST& AVE N-128:30 NEWMONT & 152 ST8:35 152 ST & MID BLOCK8:40 SWEETAIRE & 152 ST8:45 154 ST & AVE N-128:50 156 ST & AVE N-128:55 SWEETAIRE & 158 ST9:00 159 ST & AVE N-129:05 NEWMONT & 158 ST9:10 AVE N-12 & 161 ST9:15 SWEETAIRE & 162 ST9:20 163 ST & SWEETAIRE9:25 163 ST & NEWMONT9:30 NEWMONT & 162 ST
8:20 HIGHACRES & RIDGEMIST8:25 HIGHACRES & 174 ST8:30 173 ST & COOLWATER8:35 PARKVALLLEY & 172 ST8:40 169 ST & PARKVALLEY8:45 HIGHACRES & 167 ST8:50 FIELDSPRING & MID BLOCK8:55 166 ST & MIDBLOCK9:00 COOLWATER & 167 ST9:05 FIELDSPRING & AVE N-49:10 VALEPORT & 167 ST9:15 169 ST & AVE N-49:20 MOSSDALE & 167 ST9:25 170 ST & AVE K-129:30 170 ST & AVE K-89:32 170 ST & AVE K-49:35 AVE K-8 & 162 ST
ROUTE EROUTE GROUTE H
8:25 MOSSDALE & 177 ST8:30 179 ST & MID BLOCK8:35 VALEPORT & 177 ST8:40 176 ST & AVE N-48:45 MOSSDALE & 172 ST8:50 171 ST & AVE N-48:55 AVE N & 160 ST9:00 GREENROCK & 158 ST9:05 159 ST & AVE M-129:10 LANFAIR & 158 ST9:15 156 ST & AVE M-129:20 154 ST & AVE M-129:25 LANFAIR & 152 ST9:35 AVE J & 165 ST9:45 AVE J & 255 ST9:50 240 ST & AVE M8:25 176 ST & AVE N-128:30 NEWMONT & 177 ST8:35 174 ST & AVE N-48:40 VALEPORT & 172 ST8:45 NEWMONT & 172 ST8:50 171 ST & AVE N-128:55 SWEETAIRE & 172 ST9:00 174 ST & AVE N-129:15 240 ST & AVE P-89:30 PALMDALE & 205 ST9:45 170 ST & AVE R9:50 180 ST & AVE P-8
8:20 169 ST & AVE N-128:25 SWEETAIRE & 167 ST8:30 FIELDSPRING & AVE N-128:35 NEWMONT & 167 ST8:40 VALEPORT & 162 ST8:45 163 ST & AVE N-48:50 MOSSDALE & 162 ST8:55 161 ST & AVE N-49:00 VALEPORT & 158 ST9:05 159 ST & AVE N-49:10 MOSSDALE & 158 ST9:15 156 ST & AVE N-49:20 GREENROCK & 152 ST9:25 151 ST & AVE M-129:40 145 ST & T-PARK                                   

Student Learning Materials Provided by WSD:

Antelope Valley Union High School District 

                          Los Angeles County- Antelope Valley 

District Phone: 661-948-7655

CLOSED FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE 19-20 SCHOOL YEAR

“Grab and Go”Breakfast and Lunch Meals Mon-Fri 10:30 am-12:30 pm

Meals provided to students under 18 years old and must be present to receive the meals. Meals can be picked up at the following sites in the main parking lot(s):  

Eastside High SchoolHighland  High SchoolLancaster  High School
Pete Knight  High SchoolLittlerock  High SchoolQuartz Hill  High School
Palmdale  High School

Student Learning Material provided by AVHSD:

            Eastside Union School District 

                            Los Angeles County- Antelope Valley 

District Phone: 661-946-3907

CLOSED FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE 19-20 SCHOOL YEAR

“Grab and Go”Breakfast and Lunch Meals Mon-Fri 

Breakfast: 8:00-9:00 am   Lunch: 12:00-1:00 pm

***Grab and Go”Breakfast and Lunch Meals will be provided throughout Spring Break with no reported breaks for Good Friday or Monday the 13th of April***

Meals provided to students under 18 years old and must be present to receive the meals. Meals can be picked up at the following site in the student main parking lot(s):  

Eastside HSHighland HSLancaster HS
Pete Knight HSLittlerock HSQuartz Hill HS
Palmdale HS

Student Learning Material for EUSD:

Lancaster School District 

   Los Angeles County- Antelope Valley 

District Phone: 661-948-4661

CLOSED FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE 19-20 SCHOOL YEAR

“Grab and Go” Breakfast and Lunch Meals Mon-Fri 

Breakfast 8:00-9:00 am  and Lunch 11:30-1:00 pm.

***Meals will be served throughout Spring Break and Good Friday-Monday April 13th also will be honored***

Meals provided to students under 18 years old and must be present to receive the meals. Meals can be picked up at the following site(s):

Amargosa Creek Middle44333 27th Street West
Discovery Elementary 44910 17th Street East
Linda Verde Elementary44924 5th Street East
Miller Elementary43420 22nd Street West
West Wind Elementary44044 36th Street West

Student learning material for Lancaster school district: 

Westside Union School District 

Los Angeles County- Antelope Valley 

District Phone: 661-722-0716

CLOSED FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE 19-20 SCHOOL YEAR

“Grab and Go” Breakfast and Lunch Meals Mon-Fri 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Meals provided to students under 18 years old and must be present to receive the meals. Meals can be picked up at the following site in the For anyone under 18 years old at the following sites in the parking lot(s):

Anaverde Hills School—served in the valet parking area at the front of the school
Del Sur School Area—served from the business parking lot located at E-8 and 90th Street
Hillview Middle School—served from the front turnaround area
Joe Walker Middle School—served from the front parking lot

Student learning material for WUSD: 

Con la solidaridad social sobrevivimos y prosperamos

Con la solidaridad social sobrevivimos y prosperamos

La Fundación Dolores Huerta, con su apoyo, ha luchando más de quince años por nuestra comunidad. Y la orden de tomar refugio en casa, no nos disuadirá de nuestra misión. Aunque estamos trabajando desde casa, nuestra prioridad durante esta pandemia alarmante es asegurarnos de que nuestras familias más vulnerables tengan la capacidad de mantenerse a salvo y que puedan acceder los recursos necesarios disponibles.

Nuestro personal y los voluntarios se estarán comunicando directamente con miles de miembros de la comunidad por teléfono, redes sociales y correo, para asegurarse de que todos reciban la información oportuna sobre COVID-19, recursos comunitarios y educativos  al igual sobre el censo 2020.

Para asegurar que juntos salgamos de esta crisis, es importante que JUNTOS practiquemos la ¡Solidaridad Social Firme!  Por esto les pedimos que cada unos pongamos de nuestra parte en las siguientes acciones:

✅ ¡Mantente informado y comparte recursos! Todos los días llega más información sobre COVID-19 Manténgase informado con las actualizaciones para mantenerlo a usted y su familia a salvo con las actualizaciones de los CDC.

✅ Apoye a sus vecinos: muchos tienen miedo y están luchando para superar esta crisis. Practique el civismo. No perpetuae la xenofobia. Pero en cambio, fomente una narrativa positiva e informativas.  entre sí de manera inclusiva y genuina. . El distanciamiento social no se trata de aislarnos por completo. . Aún puede comunicarse con por teléfono con alguien para Saludarles con un simple “Hola” y para verificar su bienestar. Ofrezca  ayudar con el ir a conseguir los alimentos y las  cosas necesarias para alguien que se encuentre en una categoría de alto riesgo o mas vulnerable.

✅ La lucha por educación justa: Por ejemplo solo en el condado de Kern el 70% de los estudiantes pertenecen a hogares de bajos ingresos y que dependen de los desayunos y almuerzo gratuitos que reciben en su escuela. . Un 40% de estudiantes no tiene acceso a la tecnología y al internet. Est demuestra las desigualdades que están afectando a nuestras familias en todo el Valle Central todos los días. y aún más grave ahora durante este tiempo de  pandemia. Es extremadamente importante que sigamos abogando para que nuestras estudiantes más vulnerables reciban los recursos y la educación justa que se merecen. Por favor comparta esta página de  recursos educativos y actualizaciones de 17 distritos escolares en Kern, Fresno, Tulare, y el valle de Antelope, con toda familia que lo necesite. 

Responder al Censo: Ya llegó su casa el Censo  2020. Usted puede completar su formulario por internet, por teléfono o por correo. Sus respuestas servirán para determinar nuestro futuro. Un conteo completo y preciso es fundamental porque los resultados del Censo 2020 afectarán la forma en que nuestra comunidad obtiene fondos, representación política, y más. Complete el censo que recibió en su buzón y envíelo por correo, o complétalo usando este enlace en línea, complétalo por teléfono en 1-844-468-2020.

✅ Regístrese para votar:  En noviembre podría será su primera vez para votar, si usted recién se hizo ciudadano, es muy importante que se registre para votar. También si usted se mudo y no cambió su registro es bueno asegurarse que lo actualize.  Ahora es el momento perfecto para asegurarse de que usted y sus seres queridos estén registrados y listos para votar durante las elecciones del 2020.

Inscripción de votante en línea de California

Inscripción de votante en línea fuera de California

Apoye este trabajo: Cuando usted ayuda  nuestra Fundación de Dolores Huerta  usted esta apoyando a nuestras comunidades!  Especialmente en los tiempos cuando más nos necesitan. En estos tiempos inciertos, continuaremos aquí, trabajando con compasión y respeto, pase lo que pase. ¡Gracias!

¡Si Se Puede!
Dolores Huerta

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Celebrate Dolores Huerta’s 88th Birthday 4/10/18!

Celebrate Dolores Huerta’s 88th Birthday 4/10/18!

Today, April 10th 2018, Dolores Huerta celebrates her 88th year of life and continues her lifelong legacy of social justice.

You can make one of Dolores’ birthday wishes come true by supporting the community organizing work of the Dolores Huerta Foundation! Donate at Give2DHF.org

The first 88 people to donate $88, or more, will receive a commemorative mug and a photo of Dolores.

Anyone who donates $888 dollars, or more, before the end of the year (12/31/2018) will receive a commemorative mug, a photo of Dolores, a personalized video message, and a signed DVD or Blu Ray copy of “Dolores” the critically acclaimed documentary about Dolores’ life – produced by Carlos Santana and directed by Peter Bratt.

Donate at Give2DHF.org

You can make another wish come true by registering to vote and voting in every election!

Thank you! Muchas Gracias!

We appreciate all you do to work for justice. We are proud to stand with you in expanding the organizing power of our communities to make real and lasting change. The Vecinos Unidos (Neighbors United) have made incredible gains by engaging with school boards to push for education reform to achieve better academic outcomes for their children, in advocating to local elected boards to demand fair and just representation, and increasing voter participation in local and general elections. At our first Annual Vecinos Unidos Leadership Conference in 2019 we brought together hundreds of youth and adult leaders from the nine Vecinos Unidos chapters in Kern, Tulare, and Fresno counties.

We are pleased to share the launch of our Youth and Family Civic Engagement Initiative (YFCEI) program. We are developing the leaders of the future. These young people are learning about civic institutions, public speaking, and developing an understanding of meaningful leadership and self-expression through art and poetry and hands on civic engagement opportunities.

In 2017, Governor Brown declared April 10th Dolores Huerta in the state of California. We hope we can count on you to help us make this a day that extends beyond California to inspire people to learn more about the power of grassroots community organizing and to volunteer in service of their local communities. In addition, the DHF Education Department worked with a team of expert educators to create the Dolores Huerta Curriculum which we hope will be adopted by school districts to teach civil rights and community organizing.

We share our excitement and gratitude with you as we celebrate 15 years of organizing communities to pursue justice and look hopefully towards the future!

¡Si Se Puede!
Dolores Huerta
President

Weaving Movements Newsletter 2018: Youth and Parents Organize in Mojave Unified School District

This year, Carol Watkins, California City Organizer, helped to organize and establish the first predominantly African-American Vecinos Unidos(Neighbors United) Chapter. DHF has been working closely with youth and parents to address the discipline crisis in the Mojave Unified School District (MUSD). As a result, the district agreed to create an African-American Parent Committee. MUSD has the highest suspension rate of African-American students in the state. A shocking 81% of African American students were suspended or expelled in the 2014-15 school year.

California City Vecinos achieved great victories through parent engagement and advocacy in the LCAP process. Harshly affected by zero-tolerance policies and the pushout of African American students, parents organized and submitted recommendations to MUSD. Among these recommendations were the removal of security resource officers on campus, changing the grading system to make it more fair, increasing funds for cultural awareness, and more. Although not all recommendations were adopted, MUSD has allocated funds towards implicit bias training for teachers, curriculum on the African American experience, and hiring teachers of color.

 

Weaving Movements Newsletter 2018: Mapping Social Justice with GIS

In May 2018, the Dolores Huerta Foundation (DHF) and Vecinos Unidos(Neighbors United) of Lamont and Arvin pushed for fairer representation on the Kern High School District (KHSD) Board of Trustees. DHF’s new Geographic Information Systems (GIS) team was able to gather population data and develop a variety of maps to present its case for better representation on the KHSD’s Board. DHF’s GIS Analyst developed a map that showcased the Latino’s population growth in Kern County on the school district’s map using information from the American Community Survey. The proposed DHF map highlighted the residence of three trustees, all who live within a three-mile radius from one another in the wealthiest, affluent area of Northwest Bakersfield. These tools helped the community understand how KHSD gerrymandered boundaries which resulted in the centralized power of the white minority, thereby systematically denying the just representation of historically disenfranchised communities of color. The DHF and communities attended board meetings to advocate for an additional Latino-majority district and the grouping of communities of interest to prevent further gerrymandering and to distribute power fairly across communities served by KHSD. The maps created by the DHF’s GIS team were presented at board meetings to counter the maps being presented by the KHSD. In the end, the Kern County Committee on School District Organization (KCCSDO), the entity with the final say, voted to implement a school district map that was proposed by the KHSD Board of Trustees and made no major changes to decentralizing power concentrated in Northwest Bakersfield. The DHF and Vecinosattained a second Latino-majority district, although more needs to be done to end underrepresentation on boards that impact the education inequities in Kern County.

 

Weaving Movements Newsletter 2018: Schools and Communities First Civic Engagement

The DHF staff and 136 volunteers collected more than 3,000 signatures for the petition to qualify the Schools and Communities First Initiative for the November 2020 ballot, surpassing its organizational goal. The DHF in partnership with California Calls hopes to fund our schools and local communities by closing California’s massive corporate loophole. The initiative, if passed, will increase state revenue by making corporations pay their fair share of commercial property taxes. California is the 5th largest economy in the world; we should be able to pay for world-class schools, health care for all, safe neighborhoods, and affordable housing. Closing the corporate loophole will reclaim $11 billion every year for our schools and communities. This means we can restore our emergency responder services, parks and libraries, health clinics and trauma centers, housing development and services for the homeless, infrastructure, and local schools and community colleges.

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Muchas Gracias!

Thank you for being a part of this movement! I feel honored and privileged to spend my days working together to inspire and organize communities to build volunteer-based organizations empowered to pursue social justice.

¡Sí Se Puede!

Dolores Huerta

DHF Civic Engagement Amigo Thank You! DHF Civic Engagement Fundraiser, Tues. 10/9, 5:30pm

Thank for your generous tax deductible contribution to the Dolores Huerta Foundation’s Central Valley Integrative Voter Engagement Project!. TAX ID #91-2145992

With the invaluable support of donors like you, the Dolores Huerta Foundation (DHF) has made great strides in recruiting, training, and developing grassroots volunteers to engage in voter outreach and education efforts. You can read more about it here Dolores Huerta Foundation Civic Engagement Program.

The stakes are incredibly high, this election year.  Every vote will matter and every eligible voter must be given the opportunity to vote.

Latinos in three critical Central Valley counties — Kern, Tulare and Fresno — have, historically been left out of conventional voter outreach efforts.  They represent tens of thousands of potential votes, but are often overlooked because they live in more rural areas.

With your help, the Dolores Huerta Foundation will educate and mobilize these voters!  Proceeds from this timely event will enable much-needed expansion and acceleration of the important work of the Foundation’s Integrated Voter Engagement (IVE) project.

Since 2003, the Dolores Huerta Foundation [a 501(c)3] has been organizing at the grassroots level to develop natural leaders as community organizers, establish Vecinos Unidos (United Neighbors) chapters, and inspire communities to build volunteer organizations empowered to pursue social justice.

IVE enables them to engage and educate underserved prospective voters in their own neighborhoods through a variety of tactics, including door-to-door canvassing, phone banking, texting, social media, and public forums.  With your support, they will leverage the organizing framework they have already built by implementing IVE in Arvin, Lamont, Bakersfield, California City, Lindsay, Woodlake, Sanger and Parlier.

Thank You! DHF Civic Engagement Fundraiser, Tues. 10/9, 5:30pm

Thank for your generous tax deductible contribution to the Dolores Huerta Foundation’s Central Valley Integrative Voter Engagement Project!. TAX ID #91-2145992

We look forward to seeing on Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Event information:

Time: 5:30 to 8:30 pm  (program starts promptly at 5:45)

Location: East Bay Community Foundation, 353 Frank Ogawa Plaza (near Oakland City Hall)

BART: 12th Street BART station (1 block away)

Parking: There are several public parking garages, nearby.  Be sure to check closing times.

Refreshments will be served.

You will hear from the trusted and influential DHF organizers that live and work in communities in the southern Central Valley. Learn how they have organized neighbors throughout the region and plans for expanding their connections and reach to increase political power.

With the invaluable support of donors like you, the Dolores Huerta Foundation (DHF) has made great strides in recruiting, training, and developing grassroots volunteers to engage in voter outreach and education efforts. You can read more about it here Dolores Huerta Foundation Civic Engagement Program.

The stakes are incredibly high, this election year.  Every vote will matter and every eligible voter must be given the opportunity to vote.

Latinos in three critical Central Valley counties — Kern, Tulare and Fresno — have, historically been left out of conventional voter outreach efforts.  They represent tens of thousands of potential votes, but are often overlooked because they live in more rural areas.

With your help, the Dolores Huerta Foundation will educate and mobilize these voters!  Proceeds from this timely event will enable much-needed expansion and acceleration of the important work of the Foundation’s Integrated Voter Engagement (IVE) project.

Since 2003, the Dolores Huerta Foundation [a 501(c)3] has been organizing at the grassroots level to develop natural leaders as community organizers, establish Vecinos Unidos (United Neighbors) chapters, and inspire communities to build volunteer organizations empowered to pursue social justice.

IVE enables them to engage and educate underserved prospective voters in their own neighborhoods through a variety of tactics, including door-to-door canvassing, phone banking, texting, social media, and public forums.  With your support, they will leverage the organizing framework they have already built by implementing IVE in Arvin, Lamont, Bakersfield, California City, Lindsay, Woodlake, Sanger and Parlier.

We believe you will leave this event understanding that the Central Valley is on the move and that you can help accelerate their progress!

Please share this invitation with your family, friends and employers!

Program

5:30 to 8:30 PM

Panel Discussion (with audience participation)

National and state leaders have abdicated their roles, so local leaders are taking on the challenges.  Central Valley community leaders discuss the region’s evolving political landscape. Our goal is to elevate their solutions.  

Fred Ross, Jr., Moderator (Community Organizer and Son of Fred Ross, Sr.)

Camila Chavez, Executive Director, Dolores Huerta Foundation

Pam Whalen, Organizing Director, Dolores Huerta Foundation

Timoteo Prado, South Kern Organizer, Dolores Huerta Foundation

  • Followed by a Special Screening of “DOLORES”, a documentary film about Dolores Huerta’s life as a community organizer and labor leader.

    This inspiring film presents an instructive view of her ongoing strategy for building leadership and empowering people.  More information is available here.

DHF in Action: “Stand Up, Speak Out” Pride March, 6/11/17

On the morning of June 11th, the Dolores Huerta Foundation and Bakersfield LGBTQ hosted Bakersfield’s first ever LGBT Pride March, the “Stand Up, Speak Out March!” The “Stand Up, Speak Out March” was one of hundreds of marches that took place across the nation in solidarity with the National Equality March that took place on the same day in Washington D.C.

The “Stand Up, Speak Out March” was held to memorialize the 49 victims of the June 12th, 2016 massacre at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida, the largest hate crime directed at the LGBTQ community in the United States.

Over 100 community members marched with the Dolores Huerta Foundation from Stockdale Highway and California Avenue to the First Congregational Church. At the church, speakers addressed each of the march’s demands and sought to mobilize people into action to support health care for all, embrace trans people, fight bi-erasure, validate non-binary people, end stigma of HIV, and to stop the Chechen genocide of gay and bisexual men.

Further, attendees were asked to sign legislation support cards asking their Senators and Assemblymembers to support legislation such as SB 179, the Gender Recognition Act, SB 239 Modernizing Discriminatory HIV Criminalization Laws, and SB 421 Tiered System for California Sex Offender Registry.

SB 179 creates a third gender marker on California identification documents allowing non-binary people to have identification that accurately matches their gender identity.

SB 239 modernizes California laws criminalizing and stigmatizing people living with HIV to reflect current understanding of HIV prevention and treatment. It eliminates HIV-specific criminal laws that impose harsh and draconian penalties, including for activities that pose no risk of transmitting HIV.

SB 421 would replace California’s existing universal lifetime registration requirement for sex offenses with a tiered system based on the seriousness of the crime, the risk of reoffending and criminal history.

A total of 184 cards in support of SB 179,  164 cards in support of SB 239, and 118 cards in support of SB 421 were collected and sent to Assemblymember Salas, Assemblymember Fong, Senator Vidak, and Senator Fuller.

 

DHF in Action: 2nd Annual LGBTQ Youth Summit, 3/4/17

On March 4, 2017, the Dolores Huerta Foundation was a co-organizer with other agencies working for LGBTQ youth for the 2nd Annual LGBTQ Youth Summit held at California State University Bakersfield. Teens 4 Equality leaders participated in the planning of the youth summit by outlining the topics that they would like to learn more about and that would benefit their peers. Over Sixty middle and high school students attended workshops about topics such as educational rights for LGBTQ students, family acceptance, LGBTQ history, mental health, healthy relationships and much more.

Teen leaders Nena, Paola, Chyna and Emily presented a workshop for youth and adult participants about LGBTQ identities, terminology, the different parts of identity, and how LGBTQ and allied youth can become more engaged with the community through the Dolores Huerta Foundation’s Teens 4 Equality program.

“Presenting at the Youth Summit gave me an opportunity to talk about what I felt was important. As well as allowing me to talk with other people my age who have some of the same values as me” Youth Leader Chyna Patz

Additionally, the youth summit included a drag show with local drag queens after the workshop programming had concluded.

Sundance Film Festival announces first wave of 2017 films – U.S. DOCUMENTARY COMPETITION – Dolores / U.S.A. (Director: Peter Bratt)

Sundance Film Festival announces first wave of 2017 films – U.S. DOCUMENTARY COMPETITION – Dolores / U.S.A. (Director: Peter Bratt)

Dolores Huerta bucks 1950s gender conventions by co-founding the country’s first farmworkers’ union. Wrestling with raising 11 children, gender bias, union defeat and victory, and nearly dying after a San Francisco Police beating, Dolores emerges with a vision that connects her newfound feminism with racial and class justice. World Premiere

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