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September 2018

Bringing Families together to make positive change for the school community

August 2018
May 2018

Press Release: Appointment of New Assistant Principal at Cunha

Press Release: Appointment of New Assistant Principal at Hatch Elelmentary

Press Release: Appointment of New Director of Technology

Press Release: Appointment of New Director of Pupil and Personnel Services

January 2018

Dear Cabrillo Community,

I am sure that you have heard of the disturbing news regarding immigration status that may affect many of our families. The district cannot stop the decisions that are being made in Washington, D.C., that are adversely impacting the lives of families in our district. We can and will continue to provide resources and information that impacted families can use to help themselves. Please know that your children will be safe in the Cabrillo Unified School District schools.

Jane Yuster, Superintendent

Estimada comunidad de Cabrillo,

Estoy seguro de que ha oído hablar de las inquietantes noticias sobre el estado de inmigración que pueden afectar a muchas de nuestras familias. El distrito no puede detener las decisiones que se están tomando en Washington, D.C., que están impactando adversamente las vidas de las familias en nuestro distrito. Podemos y continuaremos brindando recursos e información que las familias impactadas pueden usar para ayudarse a sí mismas. Tenga en cuenta que sus hijos estarán a salvo en las escuelas del Distrito Escolar Unificado de Cabrillo.

Jane Yuster, Superintendente

Immigration Changes and Resources

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

On January 9th, a federal court ordered United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to resume accepting requests to renew DACA (only renewals)

Legal advocacy groups advise DACA recipients to engage in a renewal process as soon as possible

DACA Renewal Guidance

Understanding DACA Renewals January 2018

Successful DACA Renewal Applications January 2018

Temporary Protective Status (TPS)

Temporary Protective Status - temporary legal status provided when environmental or extraordinary conditions exist in home countries

Over 300,000 people may be affected nationally

Most come from El Salvador, Haiti, Honduras, and Nicaragua

Depending on the country of origin, the termination of this program has a delayed effect of up to 18 months

Immigration advocacy groups advise to check in with legal groups/agencies to receive advice

TPS Guidance for Honduras and Nicaraguans: Frequently Asked Questions

Potential Raids in Northern California

Immigrant families are experiencing heightened levels of stress due to coverage of messaging from the federal government on Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raids

ICE states that it will target people who have been previously deported and have a criminal history. However, innocent undocumented victims may be affected as well

Advocacy groups suggest calling San Mateo County's Rapid Response System, a 24-hour hotline to report any raids and to seek legal support: (203) 666-4472.

Continue to share information on the rights that immigrant families should know


Corry and Evans will be missed. This is a very sad time for Cabrillo Unified School District. On Monday, I had to tell employees some difficult news. Two of our Cabrillo family passed away over the weekend. more

December 2017

Family Wellness Resource Fair - December 9, 2017

Throughout the day of this free community event there were a variety of workshops and presentations. There were also 30+ wellness organizations offering information, outreach and support on wellnes topics. This event was sponsored by CUSD School Linked Services, Categorical Programs and HMBHS Counseling Department.

Wellness Fair

Wellness Fair

September 2017