Instead of dreading the SAT or ACT, some Conejo Valley Unified School District students fear another truly awful acronym:
ICE. The U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement can seriously impact students and their families. This month's brunch meeting speakers will present information how students are coping with the fear and anxiety resulting from the administration's mean-spirited immigration policies.
Rev. Dr. Betty Stapleford
A graduate of the University of Illinois and the Claremont School of Theology, where she studied Unitarian-Universalist, Betty is active in supporting the rights of ICE detainees. She will discuss what CVUSD is doing to help students cope with the current immigration crisis.
President - Adelante Communidad Conejo
Mendoza, who earned BA degree in computer sciences in Baja California, immigrated to the U.S. in 2008 and became a U.S. Citizen this past May. She will explain how Adelante Communidad Conejo empowers local Latinos through advocacy and education.
Good through December 31, 2019 .. members will get all benefits at half price. General Membership is only $12.50 and a Premier Membership, which includes a permanent badge and brunch discount, is only $48.50.