Checking-In/Updates

Greetings NEA-Jurupa Family,

I hope that you all had a restful weekend! To all of the DODGERS fans out there, congrats on them making it to the World Series!

 

REMINDERS:

Today is the last day to register to vote!! For more information or to register, click here.

JUSD SCHOOL BOARD MEETING: October 19, 2020Open Public Session – 6:00 p.m. Link to join meeting: https://youtu.be/XAMK__6Euzo

 PUBLIC COMMENT INSTRUCTIONS: Public comments will be accepted online, the link will open one hour prior (4:00 pm) to the start of Closed Session, until the agendized item is taken up for consideration by the Board.  A staff member will facilitate the reading of public comment submissions, consistent with the direction of the Board during “Public Comments.” The public may also join the meeting and fill out a request to speak card.

Public Comment Submission Form (English): https://forms.gle/hdynUMcURG4Njmes6. If you aren’t comfortable with submitting Public Verbal Comments, you can submit anonymously (or send to me for submission) or you can continue to email our School Board Members.

Training and Professional Development Opportunities

October 20th, 22nd, and 29th: CTA Distance Learning/Hybrid Series (Oct 22nd featuring Kelly McArdle from JVHS)

October 28th: New Hire (Year 1 & 2) Virtual Meet and Greet: RSVP Link (Hosted by NEA-Jurupa)

October 29th : CTA Strength-Based, Whole-Child Approach to Student Engagement Using Thrively (free access)

October 28th/November 4th: RCOE Introduction to School Mental Wellness Two-Part Series (free)

November 6th/November 13th: RCOE Introduction to Transformative Social and Emotional Learning Two-Part Series (free)

Varying dates: CTA Statewide Conferences (Home Edition!). I have attended several of these conferences over the years and they are all excellent!!

 

 

Wishing you all a good week!

 

In Unity-

Wendy Eccles 🙂
NEA-Jurupa President
Office Phone: 951-681-7997, Google Voice: 951-643-4076
Non-district email: president@neaj.org 
Website: www.neaj.org 
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