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Internet Resources

Do you have a difficult time accessing the internet?

Go here to find a list of locations that have free internet access for the public.

 

Do you have questions about keeping your kids safe online?

Go here to get information about kids and internet safety.

 

Do you wonder how you can best support your child as they grow?

Go here for basic information about kids' development.

District Technology Resources

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The District has implemented online resources that are accessible in the classroom, at home, at the library, anywhere Internet is available -- for continuous learning. 

We invite you to explore the Technology for Families webpages for resources that are designed to connect students and families with essential technology tools that are being used in the classroom.  

Family Resources

8th Grade Promotion Information

Parent Project

Raising a strong willed or out of control child is tough, but you don’t need to feel alone. It is time to find help…

Parent Project®

San Lorenzo Unified School District

The class meets once a week on Thursday evenings for 10 weeks, in the San Lorenzo Uniļ¬ed School District building.

March 3 – May 11, 2016

6:00-9:00 PM

In 10 weeks, meeting one night per week, you will...

  • Learn tools and strategies that you can use every day.
  • Receive practical and emotional support from facilitators and other parents.
  • Create an action plan for success.

Cost $25 (scholarships available)

For more information contact Linda Freccero:

lfreccero@slzusd.org

510-317-4763

Additional information about the program available at: www.parentproject.com


Educar un jovencito terco o fuera de control es difícil, pero no necesita sentirse solo. Es hora de encontrar ayuda …

Parent Project®

Distrito Escolar Unificado de San Lorenzo

La clase se reúne una vez a la semana los miércoles por la noche durante 10 semanas, en la oficina del Distrito Escolar Unificado de San Lorenzo

Marzo 1 a Mayo 10, 2016

6:00 – 9:00 PM

En 10 encuentros, una reunión a la semana, usted…

  • Aprenderá técnicas y estrategias que podrá usar a diario.

  • Recibirá apoyo práctico y emocional de los facilitadores y otros padres.

  • Establecerá un plan de acción para el éxito.

Costo $25 (hay becas)

Para más información comuníquese con Laura Low

llow@slzusd.org

510-317-4740

Puede encontrar más información sobre el programa, visite: www.parentproject.com

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24/7 Crisis Hotline

1-800-448-3000 or

(English & Spanish)

Text ANSWER to 839863

Get immediate help for depression or self-harm. Call or text 24/7.

 

 

24/7 National Child Abuse Hotline

1-800-4-A-CHILD

(English, Spanish & Tagalog)

Help prevent child abuse by calling here to report abuse or for crisis intervention.

 

 

Alameda County Sherriff’s Department

 

Emergency Dispatch

(510) 667-7721

Anonymous Tip Line

(510) 667-3622

Get immediate assistance from the Sherriff’s office or provide information about a crime without giving your name.

 

 

Alameda County Family Resources

211

From emergency housing and food banks to child care and counseling, dial 211 to get connected to services.

 

 

Runaway Hotline

1-800-RUNAWAY

Call if you are thinking of running away from home, if you have a friend who has run away, or if you are a runaway ready to go home.