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Distance Learning Resources

Distance Learning Technical Support: 

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Distance Learning Technical Support: 
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Compiled list of resources to provide students and parents support during Distance Learning. Resources are available in English and Spanish for Canvas, digital support, technical support, & more! Visit: Student Resources (click on the link)
 
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Need Help Logging into Google/ Canvas/ Infinite Campus?
 For general help for logging in please click (here)
For general help from the SUHSD click (here
To login directly to Google/ Canvas/ Infinite Campus click on the icons and it will direct you to the page you want to go.
 
 
 
Need Help Submitting an Assignment in Canvas? 
For more help navigating Canvas, please click (here)
 
 
Redwood City Library
Need a hotspot? To reserve a hotspot call 650-780-7081 ext 4 or email rcplcurbside@redwoodcity.org 
Distance Learning Housing and Food Support:

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A list of resources for students and families who need housing and food support during Distance Learning.
 
 
Where to Pick Up Food at Sequoia?
Breakfast & Lunch!! 
Pick up meals for Monday & Thursday
Where: 300 James Ave, Redwood City CA 94062
 
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What are Other Places to Pick Up Food Within the Community?
RCSD Meal Pick Up and Delivery
  • For Meal Pick Up, Monday AND Thursdays, for more information (CLICK HERE)
 
Boys and Girls Club (BGCP) of Redwood City (1109 Hilton Ave, Redwood City)
  • To- Go Dinner Service: 5:30-6:30PM, Monday- Friday
  • Produce Boxes: 5:30-6:30PM, Wednesdays
  • Dry Food Boxes: 5:30-6:30PM, Thursdays 
 
Boys and Girls Club (BGCP) of East Palo Alto (2031 Pulgas Ave, East Palo Alto)
  • To- Go Dinner Service: 6-7PM, Monday- Thursday & 5-8 Fridays
  • Grocery Boxes: 5-8PM, Fridays
For more information visit BCGP Website 
 
East Palo Alto Food Programs
  • Nuestra Casa (650) 330-7472
  • Second Harvest (800) 984-3663
  • Ecumenical Hunger (650) 323-7781
  • BGCP (650) 646-6140
 
P-EBT Card
Families who qualify for free or reduced-price school meals may get $365 per child in state benefits to buy food! The application is easy and applicants should receive their benefits within 10 days. Families who received a P-EBT card in the mail do not need to apply. 
Families can apply at ca.p-ebt.org. For more information click here.
Applications close on July 15th.
 
Edgewood Drop-in Center
Resources for young adults 18-25, check out their website for more information, click here
 
Fair Oaks Community Center
For Food and rental assistance (if undocumented as well). Please call (650) 780-7500
For more information, click here. 
 
Redwood City COVID Housing 
Must apply online, available in English and Spanish (click here)
 
Rental Assistance and Legal Aid 
For more information for support with rent and/or legal aid (click here)
 
Catholic Charities 
Financial Relief for Undocumented Families (click here)
Anti- Racism Resources

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This document is intended to serve as a resource to white people and parents to deepen our anti-racism work. If you haven’t engaged in anti-racism work in the past, start now. Feel free to circulate this document on social media and with your friends, family, and colleagues.
Resources for talking about Race, Racism, and Racialized Violence with Kids
 
This document is intended to serve as a resource to white people and parents to deepen our anti-racism work. If you haven’t engaged in anti-racism work in the past, start now. Feel free to circulate this document on social media and with your friends, family, and colleagues.
 
Abolitionist Teaching Network's mission is simple: develop and support educators to fight injustice within their schools and communities. 
Distance Learning Mental Health Support

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Distance Learning Mental Health Support
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Students and families are welcome to reach out to our staff in the Teen Resource Center (TRC). For more information contact Judy Romero.
 
 
Pride Center is the first ever LGBTQ+ community center in San Mateo County. Whether seeking behavioral health services or gathering in solidarity with others to share stories, build relationships, learn, grow, create, and heal together.
 

Outlet

Outlet empowers Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Questioning (LGBTQQ+) youth and builds safe and accepting communities through support, education, and advocacy. Outlet is youth-centered, respecting all individuals and honoring their differences. Outlet program staff provide a safe environment that is confidential, inclusive, and non-judgmental.
 
San Mateo County providing comprehensive sexual assault services for survivors and their loved ones while working in the community to prevent sexual assault, end cycles of violence, and educate residents and providers about sexual violence and other kinds of abuse.
With distance learning and a more significant reliance on technical devices to access learning, it is important parents understand the risks and have open, meaningful conversations with their student about being online. The tools created, (and outlined below) are intended to assist parents who have already had these discussions, and to provide a roadmap for those who have not yet begun.  Along with the tools, RTS is offering virtual workshops to review the information and answer parent questions. 
The documents include:
  • The Safety Guide is designed to provide parents with information on internet safety and help them address the potential dangers our youth are exposed to through common social media platforms. It covers cyberbullying among other serious concerns.
  • How to Talk to Your Children About Sex, Sexting and Digital Safety is a step by step guide to having open-ended conversations to set boundaries for your child and for intervene when/if a parent discovers concerning material on a device.  example of how to have a conversation with your youth if you find concerning pictures or texts on their phone. 
  • Flyer for Helping Your Child/Teen Safely Navigate the Online World – is an invitation to parents/guardians to a webinar, offered in English and Spanish, facilitated by Violence Prevention Educators in San Mateo County to learn about youth culture and how maintain open communication with their student. 
    • Three dates for high school parents (2 English, 1 Spanish)
    • Three dates for middle school parents (2 English, 1 Spanish)
These documents are located on the SMCOE website, and will be added to the websites of RTS, Child and Family Services, and BHRS. While this is a difficult subject, we are hoping to spread these helpful documents far and wide to better protect our students. If you have any questions please feel free to contact  Amanda Freemam, Program Director of Rape Trauma Services at amanda@rapetraumaservices.org  or Mary McGrath, Exective Director of Safe and Supportive Schools at mmcgrath@smcoe.org.
 
CORA is dedicated to helping those affected by domestic violence. From counseling, to emergency housing, to legal assistance, our services are designed to provide safety, support, and healing.
 
StarVista Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention Center
Partnering with the San Mateo County Pride Center and provides a free, confidential, nonjudgmental, 24-hour crisis line to callers in San Mateo County.
  • For 24-hour chat services click Lifeline Crisis Chat
  • For immediate help, you can call the StarVista’s Crisis Hotline at 650-579-0350.
Local and National Hotlines
650-579-0350 – StarVista Crisis Line (San Mateo County)
800-273-8255 – Suicide Hotline
877-565-8860 – Trans Lifeline*
866-488-7386 – Trevor Lifeline (ages 13-24)
888-843-4564 – LGBTQ+ National Hotline*
888-234-7243 – SAGE Hotline for LGBTQ+ Elders* (50+)
800-300-1080 – Relationship Abuse & Domestic Violence
888-220-7575 – Parent Support Line
800-367-2437 – HIV/AIDS Hotline* (English & Spanish)
415-200-2920 – HIV/AIDS Textline
650-579-0356 – Alcohol and Drug Hotline (San Mateo County)
800-931-2237 – Eating Disorder Helpline*
800-366-8388 – Self Harm Hotline*
800-656-4673 – Rape and Sexual Assault Hotline
800-273-8255 – Veterans Crisis Line
800-786-2929 – Runaway Safeline
Text “START” to 741741 – Crisis Text Line (free & confidential)
 
800-686-0101*, TDD: 800-943-2833– ACCESS Call Center for San Mateo County Behavioral Health and Recovery Services:
The ACCESS Call Center is the gateway that can guide you through all the different and appropriate services offered by San Mateo County. Initial appointments are evaluations from which treatment plans and next steps are determined.
800-662-4357 – Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Treatment Referral Routing Service:
Atlas
For more information about Atlas and how it can help YOU with YOUR mental health, visit their website (click here)
 
Additional Resources

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Additional Resources
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San Mateo County Connect:  Community Services in San Mateo County
 
LIST OF CIVIL RIGHTS ORGANIZATIONS & EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS ON RACISM (click here)
 
La Fundación UFW lanzó el Proyecto de Trabajadores Campesinos Esenciales, el cual consiste en una ayuda financiera de $500 para campesinos sin estatus legal en el país, la cual sería distribuida mediante una tarjeta de prepago.
 
 
District's Facebook page (@SeqUHSD). This page is an important community resource and channel that we are using to share information and personal messages to our staff and community. 
 
Helps adults struggling to break the cycle of substance use. They offer highly successful programs that provide Outpatient Treatment, Recovery Services, and Community & Family Outreach.