Community files: Books offered, educational talks for parents, openings of the preschool learning center | New
Panelists include Jenny Bratton, Grants and Programs Manager at District Health Care; Dr Karen Li, director of school health at the health care district; Brook Pollard, mental health clinician; and County Health Planner Sylvia Tang.
If you need assistance during or after the presentation, please call your local hotline or the National Suicide Lifeline at 800-273-8255. For San Mateo County, call the StarVista Crisis Response and Suicide Prevention Hotline at 650-579-0350.
The Parent Venture, alongside the Sequoia Union High School District and the Peninsula and Sequoia health care districts, will also host a conference on Wednesday, September 29 on the upcoming book “The Stolen Year: How America’s Covid Response Failed Kids, and How We Can Fix It ”by Anya Kamenetz, an NPR education correspondent.
She examines the impact of the pandemic on children’s learning and mental health.
The event takes place from 5.30 p.m. to 6.30 p.m.
Learn more about the events here. Both events will take place on Zoom.
Recruitment Las Lomitas Education Foundation
The Las Lomitas Education Foundation is looking for volunteers who can help in a variety of roles, according to a Las Lomitas PTA newsletter from September 19.
Roles include: Annual Giving Campaign Co-Chair, Foundation Ambassadors, Graphic Designer, Leadership Co-Chairs, President of Marketing and more.
Many of these roles have co-chairs, so the time commitment is minimal (one to three hours per week on average).
Sign up here or send an email to the foundation at [email protected]