Family Resources



 

Local Childcare Services

City of Ranch Cucamonga Childcare

RC Learning Lab will support your child's virtual class and socialization needs, while providing fun recreation activities in a safe and clean environment.  Scholarships are available for Rancho Cucamonga residents only.  For questions, call (909) 477-2782. 
Click Link for more info: RC Learn and Recreation

New Statewide Child Care Portal

Portal to help essential workers find safe, reliable, and accessible child care: MyChildCare.ca.gov.

Financial Resources

San Bernardino County 211 The Special Education Local Plan Area is responsible for assuring program availability for all students with disabilities by assisting districts with program development and coordinating regional programs within area.
Also provides training for parents. 
San Bernardino County Homeless Providers Directory of homeless shelters within the cities of San Bernardino County.
CALWORKS A program that gives cash aid and services to eligible California families. The program serves all the counties in the state and is operated locally by county welfare departments. 
Covered California Covered California and the Department of Health Services work together to support health insurance shoppers to get the coverage and care that’s right for Californians.

Health and Safety Services

Voluntary Student Accident and Sickness Insurance (English)

Voluntary Student Accident and Sickness Insurance (Korean)

Voluntary Student Accident and Sickness Insurance (Mandarin)

Voluntary Student Accident and Sickness Insurance (Spanish)

Voluntary Student Accident and Sickness Insurance (Vietnamese)
As a service to you and your child, your school has joined with 1,000s of others by offering you access to a low cost, voluntary purchase student accident/sickness insurance program. The program is sponsored by the California School Boards Association.
West End SELPA The Special Education Local Plan Area is responsible for assuring program availability for all students with disabilities by assisting districts with program development and coordinating regional programs within area. Also provides training for parents.
Close to Home - The Surprising Truth about Human Trafficking

Jasmine's Story
Information for parents, teens and educators regarding Human Trafficking.

Mental Health Resources




                                        
Care Solace
Care Solace Website




C.A.R.E.S.
Click HERE to view the 
Etiwanda C.A.R.E.S. Program
 



  Contact Counselors
Intermediate Counselors
Contact Information


Parent and Youth Hotline
California 
Parent & Youth Helpline

 




Please watch this 4 minute video on teen suicide prevention:



Counseling services are available for Etiwanda School District students at each of our school sites. To inquire about counseling services please call or visit your child’s school office.

Mental Health Services during School Closure  Contact information for services available through the Student Assistance Program
Community Crisis Response Team
Contact information for community based mobile crisis teams that provide assistance to individuals experiencing a mental health related emergency.
San Bernardino County Resources Brochure 
Links and information for local, state and federal agencies for mental health resources.
Mental Health Resources Brochure

Help for Students in Crisis
Information for helping a person in a mental health crisis.  A directory of resources and services.  
“When a Child’s Friend Dies by Suicide”
Information and resources to aid in dealing with suicide of a child.
National Association of School Psychologists

"Talking to Children About Violence: Tips for Parents and Teachers"

“Preventing Youth Suicide: Tips for Parents and Educators”

“Preventing Youth Suicide”

“Save a Friend: Tips for Teens to Prevent Suicide”
Links and information from the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) to assist in the prevention of teen suicide. The NASP is the major national professional organization for school psychologists in the United States. They represent and support school psychology through leadership to enhance the mental health and educational competence of all children.
Alliance of Hope for Suicide Loss Survivors
Alliance of Hope is an online resource for people that have lost a loved one to suicide.  It is a place for healing and remembrance.
Parents of Suicides - Family and Friends of Suicides
An online community filled with resources for people dealing with suicide. 
National Alliance on Mental Illness
A confidential information and referral helpline to assist those navigating the path to recovery for themselves or a loved one. 
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals.
Seeking Safety Connections
Listing of agencies available to assist those in need.  Dial 211 to be directed to any resource for immediate assistance.  Dial 911 for any emergency situation.


Lunch Resources

It is easier than ever to apply for free or reduced lunch meals. 
 To apply online, click the EZ Meal App button below.

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If you prefer to submit a paper application for free and reduced-price meals, you can download one below. 
Paper applications are also available at school offices, the District office, and the Child Nutrition office. 

Completed paper applications can be mailed or hand-delivered to the Child Nutrition office.

Paper Application for Free and Reduced-Price Meals

(Solicitud de Comidas Escolares Gratis o a Precio Reducido)

Annual Letter to Households (Additional Information and Application Instructions)



College and Career Readiness Resources

Etiwanda High School Career Center

Los Osos High School Career Center

Rancho Cucamonga High School Career Center
A resource for parents and students to help students research careers and colleges.
California Career Center California's official website for career exploration and planning.
National Career Center Information and videos about different career fields.
STEM Jobs For students looking for a career in Science, Technology Engineering and/or Math (STEM).
Trade Schools, Colleges and Universities Explore vocational and technical schools locally and across the nation.
Vocational Information Center Explore vocational and technical careers. Find out what skills employers really want. Find a trade school or research technical topics and take a look at the current job market.


Social Media and Digital Literacy

Family Engagement Resources: Digital Literacy Website dedicated to helping kids thrive in a world of media and technology. Unbiased information, advice, and innovative tools to help children harness the power of media and technology as a positive force in all kids’ lives.
Teen Safe Website dedicated to assisting parents in monitoring their child's texts, phone calls and social media interactions.
Parent Guidelines for Social Media Tips to help children keep their online interactions safe, productive, and positive. Research and guidance on social media basics. Learn about apps and websites, and get tips on talking to your kids about sharing, posting, and avoiding digital drama.
Questions for Your Teen About Social Media Conversation starters for parents and teens regarding social media.
OurPact App A free service for setting time-based restrictions on smart phones and mobile devices. Parents can install it on a child's device, and control the settings to set device bedtimes, schedules, and block or grant access to apps at a moment's notice.
Tips to Keep Your Child Safe on the Internet Assistance i helping your kids use the Internet productively and practice safe, responsible online behavior.
Easy, Free Browser Hacks to Make the Internet Safe for Your Child Create a more kid-friendly online experience with smart tweaks to your internet browser.
5 Questions to Ask Before You Get Your Kid a Phone Simple questions to ask yourself and your child before purchasing a phone for them.
A Parent's Ultimate Guide to YouTube How to enjoy YouTube with your kids without feeling overwhelmed and confused.
9 Social Media Red Flags Parents Should Know Find Out what social media features are cause for concern - no matter which app your kid is using.
Apps to Track Online Activity Apps to help parents keep track of what your kids are doing online.
Is Your Child Being Cyberbullied? Conversations to have with your child if you suspect they are being cyberbullied.
5 Strategies for Getting Kids off Devices Ways to get beyond, "Just a sec," and get your child off of their devices.
Student Guide to Social Media Find out why colleges and employers look at your social media posts.
NEW!! Latest Trends in Social Media Among Our Youth Warning: The following content may contain elements that are not suitable for some audiences.

Accessing Your Child's Grades

  • Video that shows parents how to sign up for weekly email updates for grades from Aeries.

How Students can Access Online Programs from Home

To access school programs from home, try signing on your student to the Chrome Browser.

 
When your student signs in to the Chrome browser with their Etiwanda SD account, the student can easily log in to school apps / programs (including their Google Apps) on any device. Remember only sign into Chrome from trusted devices, and NOT a public computer.


Sign on to the Chrome Browser

  1. In the top right, click ProfileProfile.
  2. Click Turn on Sync.
  3. Sign in with your student's Etiwanda Google Account username and password.
  4. Click Link Data.
  5. Click Yes I'm in.
  6. Having signed on to Chrome, select the Chrome Home button at the top left.
  7. Select from the list of school online programs and Log in with Google or Clever.




If more than one account or persons share a computer with others, you may need to switch to another person or profile or add a new person in Chrome.

Add a person or profile

  1. At the top right, click Profile Profile.
  2. Click Manage people.
  3. Click Add person.
  4. Choose a name and a photo.
  5. Click Save. A new window will open and ask you to turn on sync.
  6. Follow steps above.

Switch to another person or profile

  1. At the top right, click Profile Profile.
  2. Choose the person or profile you want to switch to.
  3. Follow steps above.


Read Alouds



Stories read by actors
                                Etiwanda Reads

Physical Education Activities

PE VIdeos

Kid-Friendly Workout Videos
    


Daily Workout Schedule




Virtual Field Trips

Click on any link to go on a virtual field trip.

              Virtual Field Trip   Virtual Field Trip

   

Family held in hands


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