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Our Community in Action
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, California’s community colleges are getting creative with finding ways to continue student support services during this time of social distancing. In early June, Evergreen Valley College kicked off its first, bi-monthly drive-thru food distribution event on campus. Cars assembled in a line, and Evergreen Valley College staff and student volunteers handed out 475 boxes of food into car trunks. The drive-thru event follows social distancing guidelines and continues student basic needs support services.
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Los Angeles Trade-Technical College (LATTC) hosted a Community Food Distribution on Tuesday June 23rd. The college worked with partners, including the LA County Federation of Labor, SEIU, the LA Regional Food Bank, the Building Skills Partnership and Labor Community Services, to provide boxes of food to more than 500 families. LATTC faculty, staff and student volunteers were on hand to assist with the drive-through, non-contact event.
Pro TipCalifornia State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond recently announced a new collaborative online campaign, “Advance SEL (Social and Emotional Learning) in California,” to engage educators, school leaders and families in a wider conversation about how to provide social and emotional supports to students during distance learning. To learn more, visit their website.
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