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Alliance Governing Board Hosts Virtual Forum for Black and African American Scholars, Families, and Staff (2/19)

Employee Relations & Engagement: Alliance Governing Board Hosts Employee Relations & Engagement: Alliance Governing Board Hosts Virtual Forum for Black and African American Scholars, Families, and Staff (2/19)

Throughout the year, Board Members Virgil Roberts and Clarence Miller hosted forums for our Black and African American community to gather and share their lived experiences at Alliance. The feedback we received directly informed the direction of Alliance’s Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI) and Anti-racism Roadmap for the 2020-21 school year.



Our fourth conversation on The Black & African American Experience at Alliance: A Safe Space for Scholars, Families, and Staff will be held on February 22 at 5:00 p.m. We will spend time building connections and reflecting on our past, present, and future.



Please register here and a Zoom video conference link will be provided for use on your internet-enabled phone, computer, or tablet. This is a voluntary event and limited to Alliance scholars, families, and staff members who identify as Black or African American. You are welcome to attend even if you were unable to join the first three forums. If you have any questions, please email bod@laalliance.org.

Throughout the year, Board Members Virgil Roberts and Clarence Miller hosted forums for our Black and African American community to gather and share their lived experiences at Alliance. The feedback we received directly informed the direction of Alliance’s Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI) and Anti-racism Roadmap for the 2020-21 school year.



Our fourth conversation on The Black & African American Experience at Alliance: A Safe Space for Scholars, Families, and Staff will be held on February 22 at 5:00 p.m. We will spend time building connections and reflecting on our past, present, and future.



Please register here and a Zoom video conference link will be provided for use on your internet-enabled phone, computer, or tablet. This is a voluntary event and limited to Alliance scholars, families, and staff members who identify as Black or African American. You are welcome to attend even if you were unable to join the first three forums. If you have any questions, please email bod@laalliance.org.

FREE MEALS FOR KIDS UNDER THE AGE OF 18

STARTING FEB 22 - BULK MEALS WILL BE SERVED ON MONDAY AND FRIDAYS .
TIME : 9:00 AM TO 12 :00PM
WHERE: COLLEGE READY MIDDLE #4
9714 SOUTH MAIN STREET
LOS ANGELES, CA, 90003

Special Board Meeting

A special board meeting that will be taking place this Thursday September 10 at 5pm.

Although, there will be no vote, the board will hold a public hearing for the 2020-21 Learning Continuity and Attendance Plans. This is an opportunity for you to provide public comments about our Plan that will be voted on in the regular Board meeting scheduled for September 23, 2020.
For the Agenda, and Comment Form please click on this news article.

Yearbook Update

Dear Families,

Yearbooks are a tradition for schools throughout the US and Canada. At Lifetouch, we are humbled to be a part of providing that tradition. We know how important yearbooks are - especially in times like these.

We want to take a moment to acknowledge this year’s delayed yearbook delivery is not what you, as our customers expect, nor deserve, from Lifetouch.

We want you to be aware that our primary yearbook production facilities are located in some of the states that are being hardest hit by the pandemic. We have prioritized the safety of our employees; and we are following all state and local health guidelines to create a safe working environment. Social distancing requirements mean that there are fewer people available to work at any given time. These changes have impacted our production schedule in meaningful ways.

We realize this has created a lot of frustration since we are currently unable to provide an estimated delivery time frame for your school’s yearbook. Please know our teams are doing everything possible to get your yearbook to you. Shipping is monitored daily. As soon as your yearbook ships, your school will receive tracking information so they can arrange to distribute the yearbooks to the students and families in a manner that is best suited for everyone’s safety.

As we navigate COVID-19, our intent is to provide you with a yearbook that your student will treasure for a lifetime. We thank you for your patience and understanding as we navigate this unprecedented time together.


Sincerely,

Lifetouch

MAPS Faces of Change Award

Congratulations to our MAPs Students for receiving the 2020 Face of Change Award. The Mentors and Protectors is the bullying awareness and prevention advisory group at Alliance Burton Tech High School. These students have worked tirelessly to give their peers a safe space to go when they are being bullied.
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