CREATING SAFE SPACES FOR ALL STUDENTS

ASAWA SOTA PTSA INVITES YOU TO:

Online & Offline: A Presentation and Conversation about

Creating Safe Spaces for

ALL Students

Featuring Guest Speakers:

Alicia Maldonado, Community Educator, SF Women Against Rape

Randi Reed, Teen Program Coordinator, Jewish Community Center of SF

Moderated by:  Robert Francoeur, Asawa SOTA Wellness Coordinator

Wednesday, February 10, 2016 at 7:00pm

Dan Kryston Memorial Theatre

Alicia spends a lot of time working with teens on issues around sexual harassment, internet violence, and cyber safety.

Randi conducts outreach and facilitates groups and events with teens with a focus on LGBTQ teens and ensuring that all students feel included and supported as they make their way through these challenging and exciting teen years.

Freshman Potluck, Grading vs. Learning, and Demystifying Math

 

Wednesday, January 13, 2016

 PTSA General Meeting and Presentation:

“The Importance of

Learning versus Grading”

and

“Demystifying Math”

A conversation with:

  • Ms. Heather Woodward, Creating Writing Arts Director and English Teacher
  • Ms. Jhina Alvarado-Morse, Math Teacher

Potluck for Freshman Families

Freshman Families gathered for a Potluck get-together.