Family and Community Engagement

Student Support Services is dedicated to providing a quality educational experience by developing and maintaining open communication and removing barriers through active and engaging activities with families and community members that lead to student achievement.

 

See links below for more information about family and community engagement. If you cannot find what you are looking for, contact us at 510-317-4760


 

FRC

Click the image to learn more about our NEW Family Resource Center. We offer:


  • Food Pantry 
  • Community Closet
  • Diapers, formula, and wipes
  • School Supplies
  • Public Benefits Enrollment
  • Advocacy and Navigation
  • Community Resources
  • Classes and Leadership Training
  • And MORE!

Click the image or Email us at FRC@slzusd.org


MKVThe Homeless Education Program can provide resources and support for students and families who may be:

  • In a shelter 
  • In a motel, hotel or weekly rate housing 
  • In a house or apartment with more than one family because of economic hardship or loss
  • In an abandoned building, in a car, at a campground, or on the street
  • With friends or family because you are a runaway or an unaccompanied youth
 
Foster Youth Services can provide resources and supports for students and families connected to the Foster Youth system under California law AB 490
 
Click image to learn more
 
 

 
Clipper cards

 

Secondary students may be eligible for a FREE clipper card that provides:


  • Free Bus fare on AC Transit
  • 50% discount on BART


Click image or visit your school’s website to learn more


Safe haven Schools

 

Safe Havens are local educational agencies (LEAs), which include school districts, county offices of education, and direct-funded charter schools that have committed themselves to reassuring students, parents and educators that everyone is welcome on school sites, regardless of immigration status. Safe Havens also provide helpful resources, such as information about immigration laws, and ways to be prepared in case a student or family member is deported.

 

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family engagement

San Lorenzo offers many meaningful opportunities for family education and engagement. Click the image to learn more about:


  • District English Language Advisory Committee (DELAC)
  • African-American Family Advisory Committee (AAFAC)
  • Latino Parent Advisory Committee (LPAC)
  • LCAP Steering Committee
  • And MORE

 


H&W

The 'Zo Healthy and Well Advisory Council is open to all and is collaboration of staff, community members, students, and families that focuses on:

 

  • Nutrition
  • Civic engagement
  • Safe routes to school
  • Green Sustainable Practices, Gardens, and Outdoor Classrooms
  • Health Education
  • Physical Activity & Physical Education
  • And MORE

 

Click the image or contact dmaravilla@slzusd.org for more information