COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Response Updates

 
TFHE Learning Continuity and Attendance Plans (LCAP) Final:
TFHE Special Board of Trustees Meeting - September 29, 2020 (5:00 p.m.):
 
TFHE Learning Continuity and Attendance Plans (LCAP) Drafts:
TFHE LCAP/COVID-19 Town Hall and Public Hearings:
Follow-up to Draft Learning Continuity and Attendance Plans (LCAP) approved by the TFHE Board of Trustees on September 2, 2020. For meeting access, please join us at https://meet.google.com/jwc-okrz-gyt

FAQs and Minutes to be posted for public access on Monday, September 28, 2020.
TFHE COVID-19 Operations Written Reports:
 
TFHE Student Lunch - Free Meal Service Locations (Noon to 1:00 p.m.):
 
All TFHE Students:
TFHE Auditorium/Multi-Purpose Building
14271 Story Road,
 
Luis Valdez Leadership Academy (LVLA) Students:
Foothill Health Clinic at Yerba Buena High School
 
Roberto Cruz Leadership Academy (RCLA)
& Latino College Preparatory Academy (LCPA) Students:
Mount Pleasant Elementary School
 
August Boeger Middle School
 
For additional locations, please see below for all centers in East San Jose.

Where can students go for technology, including Chromebooks, chargers, and hotspots?
For technology accommodations during remote learning, please contact your school site as soon as possible at the following phone numbers:

  • Roberto Cruz Leadership Academy (408) 471-4680
    • Parent Coordinator: Patricia Lopez ext. 4010
  • Luis Valdez Leadership Academy (408) 384-4015
    • Parent Coordinator: Maricela Alvarez ext. 3004
  • Latino College Preparatory Academy (408) 729-2281
    • Parent Coordinator: Berenice Rubio ext. 2104
 

Where can students receive access to their lunchtime meals during the suspension of campus school site operations?

Students can still come on campus Monday through Friday from Noon to 1:00 p.m. to pick-up their meals as provided by Better Meals 4 You.

Additionally, the following locations also provide lunchtime meals for students during all weekdays until otherwise communicated or updated:

 

Luis Valdez Leadership Academy (LVLA) Students:

Foothill Health Clinic at Yerba Buena High School

1855 Lucretia Avenue,

San Jose, CA 95122

 

Roberto Cruz Leadership Academy (RCLA)
& Latino College Preparatory Academy (LCPA) Students:

Mount Pleasant Elementary School

14275 Candler Avenue,

San Jose, CA 95127

August Boeger Middle School

1944 Flint Avenue,

San Jose, CA 95148

 

Where can I register my student as an incoming freshman student?

Please submit an Application/Intent to Enroll Form at the following link: https://bit.ly/tfheadmissions.

 

For more information, please visit each school site Admissions Page:

 

Where can I register my student as a transfer student?

For more information, please contact the Director of Community Engagement and Recruitment Juan Manriquez at jmanriquez@tfhe.org or by phone at (669) 207-6976.

 


Will Spring Break 2020 still be taking place during its currently scheduled week?
Yes, Spring Break took place for Roberto Cruz Leadership Academy, Luis Valdez Leadership Academy, and Latino College Preparatory Academy during the Week of April 13, 2020.


What is the school doing in response to a student’s secondary exposure to COVID-19?  
The Foundation for Hispanic Education students and families were notified by the next business day. The organization has conducted a deep cleaning and sterilization of every classroom, common areas, and office space by Moreno’s & Associates.


What does secondary exposure mean? 
The child was near someone who has been diagnosed to have COVID19. The child was NOT been diagnosed.


Was it a student from RCLA or LCPA? 
Since students at both schools share common spaces we alerted both campuses as a precautionary measure.


What is the status of graduation, prom, and all year-end activities?
Updates on these activities are forthcoming based on additional direction from the Santa Clara County Public Health Department and County of Education.


What program can I apply through for rental and/or income replacement assistance?
The Santa Clara County Homelessness Prevention System has temporary financial assistance available to help low-income residents who have lost income and are unable to pay rent as a result of COVID-related impacts. APPLICATION HERE / ELIGIBILITY GUIDELINES


Where can I find additional resources for financial relief at this time?
For more resources and information, please continue to visit our COVID-19 Resources Page at the following web link: https://www.tfhe.org/apps/pages/COVID19Updates.

Donate Now to the TFHE COVID-19 Emergency Fund:
Your very generous donation will be used in support of our 1,050 students to ensure the high quality of instruction is delivered in this unprecedented shift for our community and staff.
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The tax-exempt Employer Identification Number (EIN) for The Foundation for Hispanic Education is 94-2434925 for tax-deductible donations.