What's Going on in the Village!

Carver Weekly Bulletin, March 1, 2021

Mrs. Robinson's Greeting

Hi Families!

Welcome to the first day of March! March is National Women’s History Month. Schools and communities all over the country celebrate and commemorate the amazing things that women have accomplished in our country, and not just for women, but for other disenfranchised people. I invite you all to talk with your families about important women in your life.

My great-grandmother is important to me! We celebrate her for educating Black children in our family-owned church. But my aunt is my favorite! She never backs down from a challenge. So this month in March I celebrate them and many other women!

Take a look below for what's happening at Carver this week!

PBS LEARNING MEDIA | Women's History Month | PBS KIDS

Parent Teacher Conferences are next week, March 8 - 13

Go to your classroom google site to sign up for a conference time slot. If you have any questions reach out to your student's teacher.
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School Community Meeting

Carver Community Discussion: School Planning for Fall 2021

Tuesday, March 2nd, 5pm

This is an online event.

Carver school leaders will share our progress this year throughout distance learning. Principal Manning will also share the goals and aims for the upcoming school year. Participants will have an opportunity to share ideas and strategies for how we should reach our goals and how we should best use our school resources (including monies, and human capital). Come be part of the conversation.

Meeting ID: 844 2286 3195

Passcode: 454673

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APPLY before March 10!

Pandemic-EBT: Two Steps to Take

California is getting ready to issue Pandemic-EBT (P-EBT) benefits for the 20-21 school year. Eligible families can receive a P-EBT card with funds to purchase food while school buildings are closed.

To receive P-EBT, review the following before March 10:

  1. Ensure your children are eligible for free or reduced-price school meals. If you haven’t already, update your household income information online by submitting the Multipurpose Family Income Form. (sfusd.edu/mfif)

  2. Ensure your mailing address is correct. Check which address you have on file or update it by completing the Emergency Card form online in ParentVUE. (sfusd.edu/EmergencyCard)

The State of California will mail cards directly to families March through June.

Call the Family Link Line if you need help filling out the forms.

$500 Stimulus for SF Lower-Wage Workers and Families

The City of San Francisco announced up to $500 in new financial support through tax credits and cash stimulus for households eligible for the San Francisco Working Families Credit. Learn more about eligibility requirements and how to apply.

Carver Office Hours

The Carver office will be open for phone calls on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9am - 1pm. For health and safety reasons all in-person visits must be scheduled. To schedule an appointment, call 415-330-1540 on Tuesday or Thursday between the hours of 9am - 1pm. Also, when visiting campus be prepared to fill out a COVID 19 Contact Tracing form. You may be asked to scan a QR barcode and/or fill out a paper log. The information collected is not shared and is used to contact anyone who may have been exposed to COVID 19.