Parent Education & Empowerment
Poder de Los Padres
Through our distinguished Poder de Los Padres program, parents are encouraged to participate in bi-weekly workshops where they will be empowered through education (social, legal, technological, financial), discuss topics and themes that are being taught in their children’s classes, learn tips for tutoring and learn methods to support their child with social and emotional disturbances. Parents will also be given the opportunity to take field trips to local colleges and Universities.
Santa Clara University, Evergreen Valley College, and San Jose City College
In order to bridge the gap between high school and college and to prepare our students for the academic rigors, we have partnered with three local educational institutions: Santa Clara University, Evergreen Valley College, and San Jose City College. Beginning in the 10th grade, students from all three of our schools are allowed to take two (2) college-level courses (per year). If students pass those courses, they will receive dual credit for both high school and college. We have also recently launched a Career Pathways program that enables our students to gain real work skills at Evergreen Valley College. Inquire within for programs that are being offered.
Hispanic Foundation of Silicon Valley (HFSV)
Through our partnership with HFSV, we are able to offer our students and their families educational resources such as SAT preparation, Girls Who Code, Math for 8th graders, financial literacy, Life Skills, PIQE and much more.
Alum Rock Counseling Center
We understand the importance that mentors and role models play in the social, emotional and intellectual development of our youth. And for that reason, we are a proud supporter of the Alum Rock Counseling Center and the Ocala Mentoring program. If you or anyone you know is interested in becoming a mentor, please contact Celina Chun: at email@example.com.
Second Harvest Food Bank
TFHE has partnered with Second Harvest Food Bank to distribute healthy food to our community. Our campus is a designated site for food pickups on the first Monday of each month between 12:00 pm - 4: 00 pm. We encourage families to stop by and take groceries for themselves or to help distribute those groceries to families in need (Volunteers needed!). If you are in need of a daily hot meal, groceries, summer meals for your youth, please call: 1-800-984-3663 or email: http://www.shfb.org/getfood
As part of our uniform policy, one day out of the week, students are highly encouraged to wear professional attire to school. We feel that if students look the part, they feel and act the part. However, for students do not have access to professional clothing, we invite them to pick out clothing from our clothing closet. Please have your student inquire with their school administrators about the designated clothing closet.
In an effort to bring good people and reputable organizations onto our campus, we are open to sharing our facilities such as auditorium, classrooms, soccer and baseball fields, etc. Just as long as the event or function that is held on our campus is 1) available for use and 2) serves the benefit of the community. For more information, please contact Cintia Guerra, the Facilities Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org
We thank you for being part of our valued community and we look forward to assisting you in any possible way. If you are a business owner and would like to inquire about ways in which we can partner for the benefit of the community, please contact Juan Manriquez at (669) 207-6976 or via email at email@example.com.