Kentfield School District

May 31st, 2022

KSD News

Dear KSD Community,

This past week our nation was once again faced with another senseless act of school violence. As we all mourn the loss of nineteen children and two adults we are reminded of the importance of keeping our schools safe and maintaining strong working relationships with our local law enforcement and community service agencies.

I want to take this opportunity to share with you KSD's Safety Webpage which outlines various safety protocols and practices we have solidified in the event of an emergency. We are as prepared as we can be for a range of emergency situations from a natural disaster to an active shooter incident. Our KSD Safety Committee convenes quarterly to discuss best practices on how we manage safety on our schools sites while also evaluating possible new measures we can implement to keep our children and staff as safe as possible. Membership on our Safety Committee ranges from parents, staff, local law enforcement and fire agencies. Through having a comprehensive team we are able to work through best practices and refine how we serve our school community.

This past week and again today our local Sheriff visited our school sites to offer guidance and reinforce our partnership. We continue to prioritize safety for our schools and cultivate the relationship among our school agencies in the best interest of all.

Wishing our community positive and peaceful days ahead.

Superintendent Signature

Raquel Rose

District Announcements

KSD Substitute & Kent Yard Supervision Opportunities

Be a KSD Substitute - Now and for the 2022-2023

On Tuesday, May 17th the KSD hosted a brief meeting for interested KSD community members to become substitutes for their child's school. We are looking for substitute teachers, paraprofessionals, yard supervisors and office support staff.

Here a video and slide deck with information about this possibility. If you are interested please reach out to Cyd Amaral at

Opportunities at Kent

If you are interested in working as the front desk/attendance secretary at Kent Middle School next academic year, please contact Jeanne Sellers at

Kent Yard Supervision to support on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 12:30-1:30 p.m. To be considered for this role please apply HERE.

Be a KSD Trustee

On Tuesday, May 17, KSD Board President David Riedel and Superintendent Rose hosted an informational meeting regarding the role of a Trustee. This November we will have up to three seats available, and are looking for members of the Kentfield - Greenbrae community to consider running for election.

Here is a video and slide deck sharing information about this important role for our school district.

Air Quality Protocols

With warmer weather and anticipated Red Flag warning days ahead, we are providing the Air Quality Protocols for schools that were developed By Marin County Office of Education (MCOE) with guidance and direction from Public Health. These are the guidelines currently in place can be used if and when poor air quality is upon us. If we approach a period where air quality worsens into the very unhealthy range, we will receive guidance from MCOE and Public Health.

Air quality can be monitored on the websites and resources are available on the MCOE website "Extreme Weather" page.

KSD Fall Planning, 2022-23

Each year in January/February school districts across the state begin the process for Fall Planning. Staff typically review current student enrollment, local attendance trends, and staffing patterns to project the number of classrooms to operate in the subsequent school year. The KSD has committed to maintaining an average class sizes as reflected below:

K-5*: Average Class Size 25 | 1st*: Average Class Size 22 | 6-8: Ratio ranges between 28-30

The number of projected KSD 2022-23 classrooms currently align with the above ratios. The KSD staff is closely monitoring enrollment patterns for the upcoming school year, in the event staffing adjustments are necessary. Please know Fall Planning is a moving target and adjustments to staff can happen throughout the spring into the fall prior to the opening of the new school year. Our goal as a school district is to ensure we staff based on the best interest of students while maintaining our fiduciary responsibility. If you have questions or concerns about preliminary plans for the 2022-2-23 school year, please do not hesitate to reach out to Raquel Rose at

Let Us Know - Fall Enrollment Planning - 2022-2023

If your family is not returning to the Kentfield School District for the 2022-2023 school year, please contact Lynn Bartha ( at Bacich or Lisa Sandberg ( at Kent having this information helps as plan for the upcoming school year.

2021-2022 District Calendar & 2022-2023 District Calendar

KSD, KSPTA & Community Parent Education Opportunities Calendar

Tuesday, May 31, 2022

  • 5th Grade Band/Strings Spring Concert, 7-8 p.m., Kent MP Room

Wednesday, June 1, 2022

  • 6th Grade Band/Strings Spring Concert, 7-8 p.m., Kent MP Room,
  • 4th Grade Step Up Day for students
  • TK Parent Information Meeting 8:30-9:30 a.m.

Thursday, June 2, 2022

  • Zero Period Instrumental/Choir Spring Concert, Kent MP Room, 7-8 p.m.

Friday, June 3, 2022

  • Bacich Volunteer Tea, 8:30 a.m., outside the Bacich Community Center
  • 4th Grade Step Up Parent Presentation, 9:15-10:30 a.m. (Please note: time change)

Monday, June 6, 2022

Tuesday, June 7, 2022

Wednesday, June 8, 2022

Friday, June 10, 2022

  • Last day of school
  • Final day to retrieve lost & found items at Bacich
  • 4th grade promotion, 8:30-9:30 a.m.
  • 8th Grade Graduation, 2:30-4 p.m.
  • 8th Grade Grad night, 7:30-9:30 p.m.

Tuesday, June 14, 2022

  • School Board meeting, 5-8 p.m.

Public Health Notice

Marin Public Health's Dr. Mathew Willis and Marin County Superintendent of Schools Mary Jane Burke have coauthored the letter to in an effort to alert and inform our graduates and entire school community about the dangers of fentanyl and counterfeit opioids in our community.

With young adults representing a significant number of opioid overdoses locally and nationwide, we hope this will be one more alert and warning for our children. As the letter states, “Accidental overdoses from fentanyl are on the rise in Marin and across the nation and are cutting too many young lives short”.

Read the letter in English and in Spanish.

Smarter Schools Plan Updated May 5, 2022

Public Health Letter to the School Community on subvariant (BA.2) – released May 12, 2022 (English version and Spanish version)

*District wide- indoor gatherings of 50+ people will be required to wear masks and testing prior to attending will be recommended.

Updated Marin County SMARTER Schools Plan

Marin Public Health, as well as updated guidance on end-of-school-year events (in English and Spanish). Marin County Public Health recommends the following multi-layered protective measures to decrease the risk of COVID-19 exposure and outbreaks.

When to Keep Your Child Home

If your child tests positive for COVID-19, please report it to our school nurse, Laurel Yrun at immediately.

Submit Student vaccination verification

School Board Information: video recordings of meetings, community letters, minutes, trustee contacts

District Committees

Bacich Bears News

Mary Ann Spitzer

Dear Bacich Community,

As we wind down this school year, there are many interesting and fun activities that are happening at each grade level. Please review your classroom newsletters as well as the "KSD Dates" section in the weekly newsletter to stay up to date on your child’s grade level activities. Please read on to learn more about items that pertain to our whole school community.

School Site Council (SSC) Vote – We have two candidates for one spot on the SSC for the 2022-2023 school year. Please use this google form to cast your vote by the end of this week. The newest member of the site council will attend our last SSC meeting on June 6. Thank you!

Volunteer Appreciation Tea – It’s this Friday! We are so excited to be able to honor and thank all of our Bacich volunteers. Please join us at 8:30 a.m. outside of the Community Center on the blacktop for some short presentations by the students and then hang out to mingle and snack on coffee, tea, and pastries. If you will be joining us, please take the time to RSVP so we are sure to set up enough chairs and have plenty of food. Of course, we will have extra if you need to decide at the last minute! We know how busy everyone is this time of year.

CAASPP Testing – We have mostly finished the state CAASPP testing for 3rd and 4th grade students. There are just a few students who are finishing their make-up sessions today and tomorrow. Students took four tests, two in Language Arts and two in Math. The results of this assessment will be made available in Aeries later this summer.

Response to the Tragedy in Texas – When we learned about the tragedy in Texas, Raquel Rose quickly sent out a letter to all staff with a multitude of resources that would help us talk to our students if they asked about the incident. The Bacich staff has also been sharing resources and talking points with each other that are more specific to elementary-aged students. In our kinder through second grade classes, we have purposefully not had class discussions about the tragedy, as most students this age have been thankfully sheltered from the information. Some third and fourth grade students have brought it up and so teachers briefly addressed their questions and provided reassurance of their safety here at Bacich. We are referring the students back to their parents if they want to discuss the incident further, and if any students are visibly shaken or fearful at school, we will refer them to our counselor, Andrea Cashman. For more information and resources for your family, please refer to the Parent Square post sent by Raquel Rose on May 25. Thank you for your partnership as we navigate dealing with this tragic incident.

School Supplies for Next Year - We now have the link to the Bacich school supply site where you can order school supplies for the fall to be delivered to your child’s classroom. This is a KSPTA fundraiser and is not required, but very convenient! Here is the flier for more information.

Take care,

Mary Ann Spitzer
Bacich Principal

Bacich Announcements

Lost & Found Pick Up by June 10

Please visit the Bacich Lost & Found bin for any items your children may have forgotten at school. Items will be donated after school on Friday, June 10.

Order Bacich 2022-2023 School Supplies

Order Bacich School Supplies for next year:

Kent Tutors Marin: Free virtual tutoring to K–6th graders in all subjects during school, after school, and on weekends. Spanish-speaking tutors are available. Sessions are 30-45 minutes via Zoom.

Bacich Library

Summer Book Buzz blog is posted!

Read Ms. Warnick's summer blog post Summer Reading lists and activities!

Bacich Library Book Buzz:

To Check Out Books: Visit:

  • Watch this how to video to learn how to check out Bacich Library books.

June 1:

  • 4th Grade Step Up Day for Students
  • TK Parent Information Meeting 8:30-9:30 a.m.

June 3:

June 3: 4th Grade Step Up to 5th Grade Parent Presentation, 9:15 a.m.

June 6: Bacich Site Council meeting, 3:15-4:15 p.m.

June 8: Bacich ELAC meeting, 8:30-9:30 a.m.

June 10:

  • Last day to retrieve Bacich Lost & Found items before donation
  • 4th grade promotion, 8:30-9:30 a.m.

Kent Falcons News

Kent Principal Grant Althouse

Greetings Kent Community,

Music concerts return to Kent Middle School this week, with nightly performances scheduled for Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings. During the 2020-2021 school year music instruction at Kent shifted from traditional instrumental learning to digital music composition, given the limitations and associated risks of instrumental music education during pandemic learning. With the return of a comprehensive middle school schedule for this school year, Kent Music Director Mr. Michael Martinez reestablished the Kent music program through strong, intentional instruction of 5th and 6th grade beginning band and string ensembles, as well as 5th/6th/7th/8th grade Zero Period ensembles. Students have been hard at work learning their instruments and developing their musicianship, in preparation to display three nights of music at Kent this week.

  • 5th Grade Band and Strings, Tuesday, May 31 from 7 to 8 p.m.
  • 6th Grade Band and Strings, Wednesday, June 1 from 7 to 8 p.m.
  • Zero Period Instrumental Music Ensembles, Thursday, June 2 from 7 to 8 p.m.

All concerts this week will be held in the Kent MP Room, and per recent public health guidance and school district requirements, masks will be required by all indoor attendees for the above performances. Please join us at Kent this week to celebrate our middle school musicians! Also, encourage your child to attend to see what future opportunities may exist to get involved in music at Kent!

The final eight days of the school year promise to include fun, joy, and learning through celebratory end of year classroom activities and events. We are also thrilled to host the return of end of year celebrations for each grade level, including 5th and 6th grade pool parties, a 7th grade trip to McNears beach, and an 8th grade trip to Six Flags amusement park. The social isolation and restrictions that pandemic learning placed on us are behind us, and we are excited to participate in these celebratory events in safe ways alongside our students. So while some Covid-19 safety protocols will continue to be in place (masks in buses, shared parent cars, and indoor venues), the vast majority of our focus will be on each other, celebrating the learning and connection established through this incredible school year we experienced together.

All my best,

Grant Althouse
Kent Principal

Spring Music Concerts

Greetings from the Kent Middle School Music Department! I'm pleased to announce that Spring concerts are scheduled take place in the MP Room at Kent Middle School as follows:

  • All 5th Grade Music Students (5th Grade Bands and 5th Grade Orchestra) - Tuesday, May 31, 2022
  • All 6th Grade Music Students (6th Grade Bands and 6th Grade Orchestra) - Wednesday, June 1, 2022
  • Zero Period Instrumental, Choir, Jazz Band, Rock Band and Karaoke Competition Winners - Thursday, June 2, 2022

Students should be in room 26 at 6:30 p.m. and the concert will start promptly at 7 p.m. Concert uniform is a black outfit (nice/formal preferred but casual black clothing is acceptable). Should you have any questions please email me Mr. Martinez at

Kent Summer Reading Lists for Rising 5th–8th Graders

Summer Reading: The purpose of summer reading is to promote student choice, extend learning beyond the classroom, introduce students to genres of literature that they will encounter throughout the coming school year, and offer new perspectives on the people, places, and ideas that shape students’ worlds and experiences. Reading transports us out of our daily lives and into worlds we can connect and empathize with, opening our hearts and minds to new experiences and ways of life.

Each student is required to read three books from their grade level list OR three books of their choice. If you would like to continue your reading beyond that, choose more books from your grade level list or from the lists before or ahead of yours. Books that are for older students increase in the complexity of subject matter and reading level. Books that are considered “young adult” are noted with an asterix and contain more mature content. Here is a tic-tac-toe board for you to fill in if you want to keep track of what you read.

All books can be found in print from the Marin County Free Library, as an Ebook or audiobook on Sora (accessed through the Kent Library Website), or on Learning Ally. Visit the Kent Library homepage for instructions on how to use these resources throughout the summer! Also, don’t forget to check out our amazing local bookstore Book Passage and mention Kent when you check out so we can earn funds to buy more books for next school year!

Next year’s All School Read is Rolling Warrior by Judith Heumann. We are encouraging all families who are able to get a copy of this book in preparation for the 2022-2023 school year. Click here for a description of the book!

If you have any questions or need MORE book recommendations, email Mrs. Jelen at Don’t forget to follow the Kent Library on Instagram throughout the summer for book recommendations, author recommendations and news @kentmiddleschoollibrary.

Happy Summer Reading, Falcons!

Links to lists by grade level (note- lists are for students going into the grade listed)

*Link to 5th grade summer reading.

*Link to 6th grade summer reading.

*Link to 7th grade summer reading.

*Link to 8th grade summer reading.

*Other Helpful Links to Choose Books*

Coretta Scott King Award Winners

Books for Kids Recommended by New York Public Library

Newbery Award Winning Books

AAPI Reading Lists by Age from Berkeley Unified School District

Marin County Free Library Summer Reading Program

Register for SYNC and receive two Young Adult audiobooks a month throughout summer!

Kent Announcements

Kent Yearbooks: Pick up and Extras

Yearbooks will be handed out for those who have purchased them after school starting Monday, June 6.

If you did not purchase one, there will be extras that we will sell on a first come, first served basis starting Tuesday, June 7 after school. The cost is $40 and must be in cash since the books are closed.

A huge thanks to our amazing yearbook staff for pulling together this stellar memento!

Kent Graduation Information

Find out the details - location, arrival, parking, dress, and read the FAQ here:

Kent Graduation Party


Friday, June 10, 7:30-9:30 p.m.
Kent MP Room

Let’s Glow Crazy
DJ. Dancing. Prizes.
neon attire. anything white glows.

Presented by the Class of 2022 8th Grade Parents

2022-2023 Kent School Supplies

Order Kent School Supplies for next year:

Lifeguards Needed!

Greetings Kent Community,

As we approach the end of the school year, each grade level is planning for a fun end of year celebration with their students.

5th and 6th grades are each planning separate pool parties at the College of Marin pool next door. After looking far and wide, we have yet to be able to secure lifeguards for this event. If you know of any certified lifeguards who may be available to support these events, please let us know as soon as possible! Thank you in advance for any assistance you may be able to offer in finding certified lifeguards for our 5th and 6th graders!

Date: Tuesday, June 7 (6th) and Thursday, June 9 (5th)
Time: 1-3:30 p.m.
Place: College of Marin pools (competitive pool and diving pool)
Pay: $100 for full event, compensation negotiable
*Preferably a college-aged lifeguard — We need 3 or 4 for each date. Lifeguards must have received lifeguard certification.
5th - Warren Beales ( and Megan Dunn (
6th - Lisa Bridges (

Kent Tutors Marin: Free virtual tutoring to K–6th graders in all subjects during school, after school, and on weekends. Spanish-speaking tutors are available. Sessions are 30-45 minutes via Zoom.

Not Returning to Kent Next Year?

Kent Athletics

Please remember to return any Kent athletic gear to Kent Athletic Director Ryan Palmer at

Kent Lunchtime Clubs: All are welcome! Simply show up at the meeting location on the correct day to join in the fun!

June 3: 4th Grade Step Up to 5th Grade Parent Presentation, 8:45-10 a.m.

June 6: Yearbook pick up for students who ordered their yearbook.

June 7:

June 10:

  • 8th Grade Graduation, 2:30 p.m.
  • 8th Grade Grad night, 7:30-9:30 p.m.

KIK News


We’re almost at the $1M Goal that contributes to Enrichments for Every Kid, Every Day!

  • Help us hit 100% participation —
    Join the 353 Family Giving Donors who support our kids through all enrichment programs.

Be a Participating Family, DONATE TODAY


KIK Business Partners offer our community a variety of kid-related activities and services. Get ready for fun this summer at any one of your local businesses — tennis, bouncy houses, childcare, sports, academics, and more. 

We are grateful for KIK Business Partner support!


MAY 31 - $50 Dine & Donate - Left Bank KIK Family Meals

Gives 20% to KIK, Opt in for weekly order reminder.

  • Coq au Vin, Linguine, Salad Verte, & Broccoli

SPRING CONCERTS brought to you by KIK

MAY 31 - 7PM - 5th Grade Band/Strings Concert - MP Room

June 01 - 7PM - 6th Grade Band/Strings Concert - MP Room

June 02 - 7PM - Kent Zero Period Instrumental/Choir Concert - MP Room


KIK is committed to raising $1 million for our Bacich and Kent students for the 2021-22 school year.
For Installments or Matching Gifts, Print Donor Form in English and Spanish.


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Community News

Information, events, and news provided in our newsletter's "Community News" is offered as service to our community, and are not sponsored by the Kentfield School District. Placement does not represent an endorsement.

Show Your Support for Gun Safety

Many of us are feeling helpless after the horrific recent events in Uvalde and Buffalo, but there are ways we can help even if they seem too small to have great impact. Let’s join together to take some positive action.

Donate for Gun Safety: Stop by the Ross Common this Thursday, June 2 after school at 2:45 p.m. to show your support for, the nations’ largest gun violence prevention organization, and for their local grassroots volunteer network, “Moms Demand Action”. We’ll be collecting donations and sharing more about what we can all do to help. If you are unable to join on Thursday, you can also visit Everytown’s website to donate online and learn about more ways to get involved.

Wear Orange: June 3-5 is “Wear Orange Weekend” when Americans can wear orange to honor victims of gun violence. Wear orange this weekend and share an image of yourself on social media with the hashtag #WearOrange.

Walk: Wear orange and join Moms Demand Action volunteers as they walk across Golden Gate Bridge on June 4 at 11:30 a.m. for National Gun Violence Awareness Day.

Summer at the Corte Madera library

Please join us at the Corte Madera Library starting June 13 for our summer challenge! We have a self-paced reading game for kids, lots of books and craft kits to give away, and in-branch book clubs and programs for kids and teens. Please stop by and see us, or visit our website at for more information. See you soon!"

St. Patrick's CYO Volleyball Registration for Fall 2022 opens June 1!

St. Patrick's CYO volleyball is open to 5th-8th grade girls from Greenbrae, Kentfield, Larkspur, and Corte Madera. The program kicks off in August and runs until early November.

Please visit the St. Pat's CYO volleyball website for information about our program:

Questions? E-mail

Love is Rad Summer Camps for Tween/Teen Girls

Love Is Rad is a tween/teen (ages 9-15 & ages 16-19) girls Self LOVE summer camp & workshop series (during the school year).

This workshop is designed by Tiana Baumsteiger to help tween & teen girls with the challenges they are currently facing. They will learn the tools of Self LOVE and Self Care and why it's vital for a happy life. They will learn how to honor all their emotions, how to remove blocks and access their self worth. We will speak about body awareness and body positivity. How to create a sacred space within their home. They will learn what their intuition is and how to open it up and allow it to guide them in their life. We will play games, learn from nature and connect to a deeper part of who they truly are. The girls will create a ceremony on the last day utilizing the tools they have learned and will then state their intentions to move forward into the new empowered selves.

"As a parent of a teen girl whose self-esteem was at its all time low, this magnificent workshop knocked on our door. The universe works in magical ways. I asked for help & we received it. Tiana came along with this wonderful, and very needed workshop for our teen daughter.

She started very shy and by the end she was glowing and still is. Her self love & attitude toward life has flourished. She has the tools needed for the pressures of social media, friends and everything in between. It is incredible how her perspective has changed. She knows her worth, she knows she is beautiful, she knows she is brave. Everything that Tiana shared with my daughter will stay forever. For that, there is no price you can pay. This was a gift for her.s a parent I want to say thank you Tiana! I am grateful I found you and the Love is Rad Workshop. We love you."

~Parent of a Love Is Rad graduate

Learn more and read the flyer.

Bike Hero Award Nominations Open Through May 31! ¡Premiación del Héroe del Ciclismo!

A Bike Hero is a GREAT “ROLL” MODEL!

Each May, Parents, Administrators, Teachers and Friends are invited to nominate a student Bike Hero. A Bike Hero is any student who gets up early to ride regularly, inspires others to bike, eagerly rides as a passenger on a cargo bike, obeys all rules of the road, and has FUN biking. Two Marin County elementary and two middle school students will be selected to win $50.00 gift cards to a store of their choice.

  • Nominate here
  • Nominations are now open until May 31, 2022. Winners will be announced in early June.

Un Héroe del Ciclismo un Fantástico Modelo a Seguir

Cada mayo, padres, administradores escolares, maestros y amigos están invitados a nominar a un estudiante que sea un Héroe del Ciclismo. Este es un niño o niña que se levanta temprano para montar bicicleta frecuentemente, inspira a otros a hacer lo mismo, está listo para viajar como pasajero en una bicicleta de carga, obedece las leyes viales y SE DIVIERTE mientras lo hace. Dos estudiantes de primaria y escuela intermedia en Marín serán seleccionados para ganar certificados por $50 de la tienda que quieran.

  • Nomine aqui
  • Las nominaciones estarán abiertas hasta el 31 de mayo de 2022. Los ganadores serán anunciados al principio de junio.

Girls' Force Summer Camps

Bacich and Kent alumni Hilary McGinnis would like to invite Bacich Bears to join her Girls' Force Leadership Camp.

Girls' Force is an educational nonprofit which empowers girls through experiential enrichment programs, camps, and events. Girls' Force programs provide girls with Growth Mindset skills to become tenacious and resilient leaders.

Find out more about Girls' Force Leadership Summer Camps.


Spanish Program On-Campus for the 2022-2023 School Year! Register Before May 31 and You Will Save $100!

Join Viva el Español and learn Spanish through games, songs, stories, and art projects. This full-immersion approach is offered before school every school day and after school 4 times a week, which assists in reinforcing lessons learned. Students will learn vocabulary related to a variety of everyday themes, practice using it within sentences, and master many useful phrases. They will also learn about various traditions of different Spanish-speaking countries. The curriculum for continuing students builds on what they have learned in previous years, expanding to new subject areas and more complex phrases.

Classes will be held from September 12, 2022, to June 02, 2023, following the school calendar

  • 1st - 2nd Grade New Students: Monday - Friday 7:20-8 a.m.
  • 2nd - 4th Grade Continuing Students: Monday - Friday 7:20 - 8 a.m.
  • Kindergarten Students: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday 2:10-2:40 p.m.
  • 1st - 2nd Grade New Students: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday 3:05-3:45 p.m.
  • 2nd - 4th Continuing Students: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday 3:05-3:45 p.m.

Remember that all classes are subject to cancellation due to low enrollment, and classroom or teacher availability.

To register, please click here.

Email us at or call us at 925-962-9177 if you have any questions or problems registering.

Crisis Text Support Line

Marin County is offering our youth another means of mental health support through a crisis text line.

Text MARIN to 741741 for Support that Cares

If you are ever in need of support, Crisis Text Line is always available to offer help. Connect with a trained Crisis Counselor and share your feelings in a safe space. Text MARIN to 741741 for free, 24/7, confidential support that cares. Available in Spanish 2022.

Marin Health Hubs

Health hubs, we provide free and bilingual services such as food distribution, nutrition education, health screenings, and information about community organizations.

Food pantry items are provided by the SF-Marin Food Bank and by the Program, and the health screenings are provided by our wonderful nurses!

Everyone is welcome to attend the health hubs food pantry and to help us run it!

View flyer

Parent & Youth.Helpline

This free helpline provides free trauma-informed, evidenced-based emotional support to parents, children and youth in any language via calls, text, live chat, and email.

  • Available 7 days a week from 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
  • Parents can join a Weekly Online Support Group through the website:
  • Helpline #: 855-427-2736