PH & SB News!
District Wide Information for the Week of 5/18
State History Day Winner!
We have some exciting student news to share.
8th grader, Jacob Gores, won third place in the Junior Individual Website category for California's National History Day.
Jacob spent countless hours creating his high quality and excellent website. Despite the pandemic and school closures, Jacob’s tenacity and perseverance helped lead him to his current success and we know these traits he possesses will help him succeed in the future as well. He learned from last year and put in tremendous amounts of effort to create an award-winning project this year (look out AR! This kid is coming your way!) Out of hundreds of projects, Jacob’s stood out and won third place. This is a tremendous honor and win for not only Jacob, our school, but our county as well.
Once again, congratulations, Jacob. We are so proud!
The SBUSD is committed to providing all Pine Hill and South Bay families with the best educational offering that works for each family. Your feedback on this 2 question survey will help us plan for the 2020–21 school year. Thank you for your time.
New Murals at Pine Hill and South Bay
South Bay's is also putting up a student inspired mural on the campus within the next few weeks. Artist Haley Davis is creating a fence art project that will span that fence by the Quad with the word "South Bay" and art suggested by the students. We are excited to see the mural brighten the campus and share our school pride!
These new pieces of art will be positive, beautiful additions to our campuses. We look forward to showcasing them when we are able to reopen!
Free Parent/Guardian Support
Request for Assistance
From the Family Resource Center:
The Family Resource Center is still open and serving families. At this point, if you are in need of services please reach out to Cassi, FRC Coordinator, at 707-296-0083. We can help families file for unemployment, assist you with obtaining free internet, as well as many other things!
Regarding mental health support:
If you are feeling anxious, worried, or depressed related to the current health crisis and need someone to talk to, please reach out to the support line DHHS has set up at 707-268-2999. It is staffed Monday-Friday from 8 AM to 5 PM. You are not in this alone! The FRC is also available to assist with connecting you to these resources.
Here's a page from the CDC regarding Stress and Coping during this unprecedented time.
Breakfast & Lunch Pick Up
TUESDAY 8 am until we run out!
Drop by South Bay starting at 8 am to pick up a 5 day supply of breakfast, lunch and super supper for ALL the children in your household. Tuesday will also include the bus run (see website for times/locations). During the county-wide Shelter-In-Place, we will be offering a week of meals in one day. If you know of other families that need food for their children please let them know this is open to all families in the area. Please pick up your food early. There will be enough for 350 children. When they run out we are done for the week.