PSUSD Family Center Services

July 2020

District Updates regarding COVID 19 & School Closure

COVID Newsletter

Stay up to date regarding all district policies, community resources, meal schedules, distance learning information, and family center activities.

Distance Learning 101 Parent Workshop

Join us for a live support session that will help you get ready for distance learning, starting August 5th. Learn about accessing ParentVue, Clever, Google Classroom and Zoom Sessions. We will also discuss the importance of organization, time management and digital literacy skills. View flyer here: Call the family center at 760) 416-1374 or use this link to register:

Summer Learning Opportunities

Summer learning is easy and free! Students can use their clever account to log-in for the online "Imagine Learning" program.

Summer Learning Opportunities for students grades TK-5

Summer Learning Opportunities for students grades 6-8 Resources include translated presentations and videos.

July Technology Depot - for chromebook repairs and technology support

Census 2020 is so important!

We need all families to complete the census. One big reason is because it will help to fund our schools. Please look over materials and then visit to complete your survey.

Flyer Information - English

Flyer Information - Spanish

ZOOM Parent Workshops & Classes - call or email to register!

Nurturing Parenting: a 10 week parenting course, will be offered starting on June 9th for English sessions and June 10th for Spanish sessions. Class will be held from 3- 5 pm.

ESL Courses: 2 sessions of ESL classes are being held on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Other free webinars:

Family Center Office Hours

Family Center staff is available to make referrals and answer any questions as usual. Through July, the Family Center is open Tuesday through Thursday from 8am-12pm. Family Center staff is also responding to voicemail messages, emails and social media messages. ph: 760) 416-1374 e:

PSUSD Family Center

Dear Parents,

We know that every family has different needs at this time and the Family Center wants to know what we can do to help. Despite the distance, we are here for you and want to continue providing support and resources. We also want to emphasize the importance of relationships and mental health at this time. We care about you and your family and look forward to the days when we can see you in person. Until then, let's stay connected virtually! - Ruby Rivera, Family Engagement Coordinator for PSUSD.