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    November 2020 Bulletin
    Posted on 12/07/2020
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    Familias Unidas Bulletin November 2020

    Important Dates

    December 5th: World Language Test (Register)

    December 9th: Family Town Hall (Topic Mental Health)

    January 13th: Family Town Hall (Grades)


    Resources for Families

    Lunch Pick-up
    Where: Broadview-Thompson K-8
    When: Monday - Friday at 11:15 a.m. - 1:15 p.m.

    Need gift cards for food? 
    Contactanos por correo electrónico!

    Technology support for students

    Resources for mental health:

    *Apoyo para el uso de sustancias a clientes nuevos y actuales
    * Atender a los clientes actuales y aceptar nuevos clientes a través de telesalud

    Seamar Community Health Centers:
    *Sirviendo a los clientes actuales y aceptando nuevos clientes a través de telesalud

    Ingraham Teen Health Center:
    Teen Health Center website 
    Free resource through Ingraham which is available for all students.

    *Contact us for more information.

    Best practices for mental health:

    • Surround yourself with good people. People with supportive family members and friends are generally healthier than those who lack a support system. If you are struggling to find this, seek out activities where you can meet new people, such as volunteer opportunities, a new hobby or a support group.
    • Value your own self-worth. Treat yourself with kindness, respect and grace, avoiding self-critique. Take time to do the things you enjoy and arm yourself with the knowledge that you are doing the best you can.
    • Set realistic goals. Decide what matters most to you in life, whether that’s academically, professionally or socially. Write down those goals and include the steps you need to take in order to achieve them. Focus on attainable goals and enjoy the sense of accomplishment you feel after completing them.
    • Know your resources. Plenty of mental health resources exist online and in your community.
    • Know your rights. Being informed is the best way to empower yourself in the event that you encounter discrimination.

    Incompletes for Q1

    • Only 46% of our students received full credit in their classes for quarter 1.
    • 54% of our students received at least one or more "incomplete" in their classes for quarter 1.

    Please reach out to your student's teachers to inquire about how to receive full credit or reach out to someone in Familias Unidas.