PCA Student and Family Resource Page
The San Bernardino Family Engagement Office is offering the following virtual resources for our San Bernardino area families.
Resource Flyers for more upcoming sessions:
AERIES Parent Portal Virtual Workshop
Creating an AERIES Parent Portal account.
Linking your account with your student.
How to complete the Student Data Confirmation & select the student's preferred learning model
Registration Link: https://bit.ly/AERIES20
Applying to College for Fall 2021 and Beyond
Learn about the process and requirements to apply for college/university this coming Fall 2021. You won't want to miss this informative session that will guide you to the proper steps to continuing your educational goals.
Registration Link: http://bit.ly/fall2021
A.T.L.A.S. Access To Learning for All Students
Understanding the Rights of Students in Foster Care and Experiencing Homelessness
The Core of Engagement for Students in Foster Care and Experiencing Homelessness —Relationships
Creating a Support System and Utilizing Resources for Students in Foster Care and Experiencing Homelessness.
Registration Link: https://bit.ly/ATLASmove
Black / African American Parenting Support Group
This Award-Winning Program promotes: Effective Family Communication Healthy African American Identity
And more .... It provides strategies and skills that will impact your life and the future of your children.
Registration Link: https://bit.ly/EBPFmly
Computer Classes - Virtual
Participants will learn:
Intro to Computers
Registration Link: https://bit.ly/CCyxWfw
Emotional Well-being Workshops Online
These workshops give us the knowledge needed to identify, prevent, and look for resources to help us achieve a balanced emotional well-being.
Registration Link: https://bit.ly/Well-Being20
Google Classroom Overview
This workshop helps parents and students to learn about using the Google Classroom app so they can help their students with distance learning and turning homework in.
Registration Link: https://bit.ly/GCOg6fm
HBCU Awareness (Historically Black College and Universities) workshop
Raising awareness about HBCU'S and the opportunities this organization provides.
Registration Link: https://bit.ly/2I1Vjpk
How to Create an Email
This workshop will serve as a step by step guide using Google services to create a Gmail account for each participant.
Registration Information: Call Cathleen: (909) 283-0879 or call Olivia: (909) 353-3455 for details.
Nutrition Classes - Virtual
Learn how to eat healthy at home with UCCE connected to you. Instructed by: Clara Wilshire.
Registration Information: Call to: (909) 312-3592
PAL Charter Adult High School
PAL is here whether you need to earn your high school diploma or your GED. With flexible schedules and affordable program costs, GET STARTED TODAY. Call (909) 887-7002 ext. 110 or visit https://www.palcenter.org/palahs.
Real Colors Training
Identify what causes each temperament to become upset/angry.
Explore what happens to each temperament, physically and emotionally when upset/angry. Identify the differences in how each temperament responds to change.
Registration Link: https://bit.ly/RealCFmly
San Bernardino County Sheriffs: Safety Presentations
These presentations will bring a clear understanding of the source of these safety concerns, as well as help provide a platform to talk to our young. The emphasis throughout is on how to protect yourself and your loved ones.
Registration Link: https://bit.ly/SheriffsFE
Supporting your Children with our Children with Special Needs During Uncertain Times: (2 Part Series)
In these workshops, you will learn strategies to support your children with behavior, social/emotional needs, and academic success during Covid-19.
Registration Information: Email to - email@example.com
Tutoring: Scholarly Foundations
PAL Charter Academy is partnering with Scholarly Foundations to offer Free Tutoring to PAL Enrolled Students! Visit the link below to register today.
Website Link: https://sites.google.com/view/scholarlyfoundations/home
Upward Bound Program
Upward Bound is an academic enrichment program that opens the windows of opportunity to a postsecondary
education. This is a federally funded program that provides its services free to selected students. The goal of the Upward Bound Program is to academically prepare low-income, first-generation college students to enroll and graduate from the four-year college/ university of their choice. For more information click the link below.
Website Link: https://www.palcenter.org/ub
Zoom Overview Virtual Workshops
This workshop provides information to improve your video conference experience in Zoom.
Registration Link: https://bit.ly/ZOOMov1