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January 2021 Newsletter

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Happy New Year from the Parent Center Staff

Family Engagement Events/Workshops

The Connection

Start the new year with a new job and join our Facebook Live presentation with our CNUSD Human Resources and Adult Education Department.

January 14 - CNUSD Classified Job Search. Learn how to create a profile and search for positions in CNUSD through Edjoin.

January 21 - Learn how you can become a CNUSD substitute teacher as our CNUSD Human Resources Department guides you through the requirements.

January 28 - Create that perfect resume with assistance from our CNUSD Adult Education Department.

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Beyond the Cap and Gown Series

Career Technical Education Series - Join us as we learn about the Career Technical Education courses that are offered for our CNUSD students..

Time: 6:00pm - English • 7:00pm - Español

Presented live on the Parent Center Facebook page

January 12 - CTE program overview presented by CNUSD CTE Director, Dr. Gina Boster
January 19 - Learn about a career path in nursing
January 26 - CNUSD Building and Construction pathway opportunities
February 2 - Public Services pathway opportunities

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Parent Center Math Tutoring

There's still time to sign up to become a Parent Center math tutor.

Mandatory zoom training: Tuesday, January 12th starting at 3:00pm

- click for applicationFor more information click to view flyer. • Student Expectations Form

Tech Tip of the Month

Digital Resources - Find our instructional videos for Edgenuity, Google Classroom, and others on our Parent Center Website.

Community Resources - Department of Social Services

CALFRESH is a nutrition program that can help households buy healthy foods. In California, CalFresh used to be known as the Food Stamp Program.

CALWORKS is a public assistance program that provides cash aid and services to eligible families that have a child(ren) in the home.

MEDI-CAL is California's Medicaid health care program. This program pays for a variety of medical services for children and adults with limited income and resources.

COVERED CALIFORNIA is a free service that connects Californians with brand-name health insurance under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

You can access all sites through or contact Joanna Buchholz at Project Insure/Parent Center at (951) 736-4636 for assistance with the application process.

Childcare Resources

Riverside County of Education - assists parents in Riverside County with finding licensed child care near their home, work, or child's school . Access the online referral system or call (800) 442-4927.

King's Kids Daycare - childcare options for K-6th grade students from 6:00am to 6:30pm. Some transportation options available. Click to view flyer or call (951) 734-0923

YMCA - state funded programs on a sliding fee scale based on income, need, and family size. Several locations available. Click to view flyer.


Invest in your future now! Join teacher-led virtual classes at Corona-Norco Adult School. Free and low-cost classes starting in January.

· Practice computer skills to earn a Business Office Technology Certification

· Gain bookkeeping and accounting knowledge to become an Intuit QuickBooks Certified User

· Learn Spanish or improve your English

· Get your High School Equivalency Diploma

Sign up for an orientation for more details and enrollment information: