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Falcons Monthly Focus- September

 Monday, September 2nd               No School Labor Day

Tuesday, September 3rd                 Community Service Clean Up 11:00 – 12:00

Tuesday, September 10th              CRC Counselor on Campus to help with Advance Ed/Registering for next semester or just answering any College                                                                 questions

Wednesday, September 11th       Advisory Council

Thursday, September 12th            Field Day (Activity Day Schedule)

Monday, September 16th              Student FAFSA Info Workshop 1:00 PM more info to come

Tuesday, September 17th              Parent Engagement Night (ParetVUE/College and Career Readiness) 6:00 – 6:45 pm

Thursday, September 19th            Student FAFSA Info Workshop 1:00 PM more info to come

Wednesday, September 25th       NCAA Information Night 6:00 PM

Thursday, September 26th            College and Career Fair | BBQ 

2018-19 Resources for Teachers, Students, and Families

The California Emerging Technology Fund (CETF) has arranged a statewide telephone number (1-844-841-4636) that can screen families and refer them to a community organization to help them understand the offers and sign up for a service for reduced cot internet.  Many affordable offers are available for a limited period s please act quickly. Resources: 1.CETF background Toolkit for teachers:
3. Find participating organizations:

California Earned Income Tax Credit
Students and their families may be eligible for the California Earned Income Tax Credit (CalEITC). Eligible low-income workers can claim the Cal EITC at any time during the year. To date, 1.4 million Californians have claimed the credit, putting over $300 million back into their pockets. CalEITC4Me, the statewide outreach program for the tax credit, is joining community partners to help prepare families, for the new school year.

1. CalEITC4Me background:
2. CalEITC4Me calculator to determine eligibility and expected EITC:
3. File your taxes:

Student Mental Health
September is national suicide prevention awareness month. If you notice someone suffering or in need, please speak out and help point them toward assistance.

1. American Foundation for Suicide Prevention:
2. California Department of Education Suicide Prevention web page:
3. California Department of Education Suicide Student Mental Health Policy Workgroup:
4. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

Safety Reminder It is important that traffic laws are obeyed in order to keep our students and our community safe. Please, no U-turns on Atkins in front of the school. Students are running across Atkins to be picked up across the street from the school. Please drop-off and pick up your students at the school. There is a designated drop-off/pick-up zone on the South Side of the school and not in the fire lane in front of the school. Also, please talk to your students about limiting the back and forth to Food Stop throughout the day. 

Free DACA Legal Services

Please click on the flyer for a list of Free DACA Legal Services
Por favor revise el documento para una lista de Servicios Legales para DACA gratis





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