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From the desk of Principal Williams
We have seen an increase in inappropriate behaviors at school. We are working hard at Steele Lane to reinforce the positive behaviors and focus on them, but we could use some support at home. Please have a conversation with your students about the following;
-Staying seated at the lunch tables
-Not sharing food
-We have noticed some students are not eating lunch
-Keeping their hands to themselves
-Cell phones out while on campus
-Bringing candy to school;
-Speaking kindly to staff and other students
-Asking for help when they need it
-If your student rides the bus, they need to be buckled, stay seated, and not eat
We appreciate the support you provide us at home. Thank you for all you do to help make Steele Lane a special place to learn and grow.
With much gratitude,
Our next meeting will be on October 28th at 6pm via Zoom.
About Vía Esperanza: Vía Esperanza Centro de Educación in LELA’s campus was founded by an unprecedented collaboration between Community Action Partnership of Sonoma County, Santa Rosa City Schools, and First 5 Sonoma County.
As CAP Sonoma’s family resource center, Vía Esperanza has offered year-round programs that prepare young children to succeed in school and help parents access crucial resources needed to support their children’s success since the fall of 2013. Based on the proven effective “community school” model and bolstered by a focus on the Whole-Family/2-Generational Approach, Vía Esperanza promotes families’ health and academic success and from cradle to career, ensuring the future economic vitality of Sonoma County; with emphasis on the Latinx community.
Via Esperanza classes below:
English as a Second Language (ESL)
English Conversation Class
GED/HiSET Preparation Class
Spanish Literacy Class
Group Financial Workshops
One-on-One Financial Coaching
Pasitos Play Groups
HEALTH & WELLNESS
Partner of the CURA Project that supported families affected by COVID-19
Workout /Meditation Class
For more information please contact:
America Rosales Orozco
Via Esperanza: Family Resource Center; Program Manager
Direct Line: (707) 481-1781 Email: email@example.com
Support projects created by our educators
Acceptable COVID Tests
Weekly Asymptomatic Testing for SRCS Students (NEW!!!) - Click here for the info!
Important COVID reminders
Masks must be worn on campus. Please send your student in a mask, and if you are walking on school property you must wear a mask as well regardless if you are vaccinated. We will have extra masks if they forget or if theirs gets broken throughout the day. This is to keep all of our students and staff safe. Please send your student with a water bottle to limit touching high touch surfaces.
Please do not send your student to school if they are exhibiting any of the following symptoms;
- Fever or chills
- Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
- Muscle or body aches
- New loss of taste or smell
- Sore throat
- Congestion or runny nose
- Nausea or vomiting
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