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  • Free Immigration Legal Services at Monterey Peninsula College

    Juanita Vásquez, works in the Hispanic Serving Institution Office at Monterey Peninsula College. She is reaching to let you know that MPC will continue to provide free immigration legal services in collaboration with the UFW Foundation in a virtual format this semester. The first session will be next week, Tuesday September 22 from 4pm - 8pm by phone/video appointment only. **Some renewal fee assistance is available for those who qualify! All appointments are being conducted remotely until further notice. Please complete the RSVP form to schedule an appointment. Click the above green title for the English and/or Spanish flyer.

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  • SUHSD Williams Complaint Classroom Notice

    Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), the upcoming Williams Review will be conducted quite differently than in previous years. Site visits will not be conducted in person this school year due to Distance Learning. Beginning in September, the Principal of each designated Williams school will be required to certify the “Sufficiency of Instructional Materials” status of their school and must send the completed certification form to Leslye Moreno by Friday, September 18th. The District and each designated Williams school site must provide a copy of the Williams Classroom UCP form to the public to inform them of their rights regarding the Williams Legislation. Traditionally, the UCP form has been posted in each classroom, however, due to Distance Learning, this information must be made available to parents/guardians, pupils, and teachers on our school website. The County Office of Education will not be conducting on-site facility inspections until students return to school. Click the above green title for the notice.

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  • Hope, Resilience & Recovery - Suicideispreventable.org

    Hello everyone. As many of you know, September is Suicide Awareness month and this years theme is Hope, Resilience and Recovery. We want to help everyone in our community to have the information and tools we need to prevent suicide. We are partnering with Suicide Prevention Service of the Central Coast to offer three upcoming workshops for adults, service providers/helpers and youth. Visit Each Mind Matters for more resources and ideas. Click the green title above for more information.

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  • Lunch, Supplies & Chromebook Technical Support

    1. Lunches are available everyday from 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm (Any child 1-18 years of age qualify to receive a lunch. 2. Free school supplies for all students are available from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm at the front of school (Big Gym). 3. You can get textbooks or Chromebook replacements from 8:00 am - 3:30 pm everyday. 4. For Chromebook technical support call 831.796.7070. Any other questions call 831.796.7300

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  • Chromebook - Technical Issues

    Technical issues? Students and parents can call Information Services and speak to a PC Technician. Please call 831.796.7070. Click the above title for more information.

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