E-News for Tuesday, September 5, 2017
Congratulations to Board President Linda Canlas
The Filipina Women’s Network is thrilled to honor our own Board President, Linda Canlas, as one of the 100 Most Influential Filipina Women in the World for 2017. Linda will be joining an esteemed group of accomplished Filipina women worldwide who are advocating to increase the socio-economic, professional, political and educational power of Filipina women as leaders and policy makers at all levels in corporate, government, institutions and community organizations. Linda will be honored and receive her award at the 14th Annual Filipina Leadership Global Summit on October 25-29, 2017 at the Intercontinental Toronto Centre in Toronto, Canada. We should all be proud to have Linda honored in such a way, and take pride in her accomplishments.
District African American Advisory Council, Tuesday, September 12
The District African American Advisory will meet Tuesday, September 12, 2017 at 5:45 pm. The meeting will be held at the Education Service Center, 34200 Alvarado-Niles Road.
Ghebray Invitational Cross Country Event, Saturday, September 23
The Ghebray Invitational, hosted by the James Cross Country Team, will be held on Saturday September 23, at Quarry Lakes. There will races for all ages: an elementary race, a middle school race, high school races and open races. Any attendee in the New Haven Unified School District is able to participate for free.
This event is in honor Giliat and Yoesf Ghebray, the top to distance runners in the history of James Logan High School and Union City. Both went to Cal Berkeley, were All-Americans and semi-finalists at the Olympic Trials in the 5000 meters. Please click here for more information about this event.
New Haven Equity Council
The New Haven Equity Council, formed in 2009 as the Equity Task Force, will continue to meet once per month this school year and will continue to address the priority issues of:
- Improving the level to which curriculum, instruction, and grading address students’ cultural and individual needs, including materials, learning modalities, learning targets and assessments.
- Ensuring that students have safe and adequate opportunities to address issues of race, culture, gender orientation and religion by providing for student voice and perspective, and a process for democratic action.
- Supporting district staff and families with understanding the definition of Equity and Social Justice, by providing professional development and workshops.
More information has been posted on our website including upcoming workshops and conferences that will guide us in supporting our students. Information is also posted regarding meeting dates, curriculum resources, and recommended titles for Staff and students.
Luna Mexicana: Day of the Dead Celebration
The Division of Teaching and Learning and the Oakland Ballet Company are proud to present Luna Mexicana: Day of the Dead Celebration. This professional theatrical dance production celebrates Dias De Los Muertos (Day Of The Dead). It will be an exciting, lavish, vibrant evening of visual and performing art and entertainment.
This event will be held at the James Logan High School Center for the Performing Arts on Wednesday, October 18, 2017 at 6:00pm. General admission tickets are $15.00 + processing fees and can be purchased online here.
Advanced ticket purchases are highly recommended.
Join New Haven Unified School District and the Oakland Ballet for this incredible evening.
United States Air Force Jazz Ensemble Coming to Hayward, October 3
The Airmen of Note, the premier jazz ensemble of the United States Air Force, is coming to our area! Sponsored by the Chabot College Music Department, the Airmen of Note will be performing on Tuesday, October 3, starting at 7:30 pm, at the Reed L. Buffington Visual and Performing Arts Center, located at 25555 Hesperian Blvd, in Hayward.
This is a free performance.
The Mutt Strut Is Coming!
Attention dog lovers! The New Haven Schools Foundation is once again presenting its super-popular “Mutt Strut” event on Saturday, October 7. This is a great opportunity to bring the family to walk or run with your dog on the beautiful grounds of the Masonic Home in the Union City hills. There will be games and costume contests, a pet adoption center, and pet-related vendors. Individual and family tickets are on sale now at www.muttstrut.org. Guests receive an event t-shirt and a goody bag with lots of treats. Sign up before September 22 to get the early bird discount!
Save the Date for “Diamonds in Education”
The New Haven Schools Foundation’s annual gala raises funds that support educational and extra-curricular programs in our schools. It will be held on Saturday, October 21 at the Paradise Palace / Mirage Ballroom, and features dinner and cocktails, casino games and prizes, DJ dancing, and auction items. This year, it will also recognize the NHUSD teachers and classified employees of the 2016-17 school year, and honor a local organization and an individual who have given extraordinary effort to supporting education in our community. Tickets are available online, at www.nhsfoundation.org. Please join in to support this worthy cause!
"Meet & Greet" for Parents of Students with Special Needs
Mission Valley SELPA Community Advisory Committee is hosting a "Meet & Greet" on Thursday, September 21, 2017, at 6:00pm at Kids’ Zone, 725 Whipple Avenue, Union City, CA 94587. Join special education administrators and New Haven families for appetizers and conversation. Learn about what’s new in special education in New Haven Unified School District and network with other parents of students with special needs.
2017 Alameda County Career EXPO, Tuesday, September 19
The Alameda County Business Development Group, in partnership with the Alameda County Workforce Development Board, East Bay Works, and the Oakland Workforce Development Board is proud to present the 2nd Annual Alameda County Career EXPO!
Job Seekers: Be prepared to present your best self! Click here to register early and submit your resume to be viewed by our growing list of employers. As we move closer to the day, the employers will notify our team if they would like to schedule an interview with you for the day of the event.
Employers: We look forward to bringing you the best of the best in Alameda County's workforce. If you're interested in setting up a booth at the 2nd Annual Alameda County Career EXPO, please Click Here for pricing details.
For more information regarding this event, please visit www.accareerexpo.com
October is Filipino American History Month
October is Filipino American History Month! To kick it off, the Filipino-American Educators Association (FAEAC) is hosting its biennial conference on September 29-30 in San Diego. PASE (Pilipino-American Society For Education) will be co-hosting this conference. Curriculum for Assembly bills 123 ( Filipinos in the Farm Labor Movement) and 199 (World War II in the Philippines) will be debuted. These lessons are aligned to the new CA History/Social Science Framework. For information on registration, please visit faeac.net.
PASE, in partnership with FANHS ( Filipino-American National Historical Society) will be hosting a Filipino-American History Month Celebration at Itliong-Vera Cruz Middle School on Saturday, October 14th, from 10am-4pm. The event is free and open to the public. Please visit this link for more information.
New Haven Adult School
Classes start September 11th. Visit our NEW website at www.mynhas.org for up to date information. For our complete Fall & Winter 2017 brochure, click here.
High School Diploma & GED: registration Aug 29 & 30