Addressing the Homeless Population in the Poway Unified School District
Homeless students in the Poway school district? Get the facts directly from those in the know – and learn what you can do – during our panel discussion featuring Rebecca Hernandez, Behavioral Health Advisory Board for SD County Health & Human Services and T.J. Zane, Poway Unified School District, Board of Education.
Caring for America Project: Donations wanted for PUSD students in need
At our February 15th and March 15th Luncheon Meetings, our Caring for America Project will be supporting The Safe Center and Student Services Programs at Abraxas High School which serves as the Continuation High School for students throughout the Poway Unified School District. The school is also a center of stable support for many students trying to stay in school and keep life on track while earning their education.
Please consider bringing one or more of these items to our February or March luncheon:
• Soups (please no dried soups high in sodium, healthy options are required by law)
• Canned or foil packaged chili, beans, lentils or other healthy options
• Pasta, rice, dried beans and accompanying sauces
• Canned / nonperishable fruit
• Ready to eat meals
Gift cards & donations*
• Albertsons or Vons specifically to assist in monthly MTS bus passes for students
• $25 denomination for Target, Walmart, Stater Bros, Vons, or Sprouts are always helpful
• $25 denomination for shoes or clothing stores
• Donations to cover $140 HiSet fee (High School Equivalency Test)
*Tax Deductible Financial Donations can be made payable to Abraxas High School Foundation, please include “Safe Center” in the memo line.
Friday, February 15, 2019
11:00 am Social | 11:45 pm Meeting & Lunch
The Country Club of Rancho Bernardo
12280 Greens East Rd, San Diego
$24 members/$26 non-members
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