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We All Belong: Safe and Welcoming Schools

OVERVIEW

On February 2, 2017, the Davis School Board approved a resolution providing a clear and transparent statement that DJUSD shall be a place where all students, employees and families feel welcome and safe regardless of their immigration status, race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or gender expression. Specifically, the resolution addresses procedures for responding to federal immigration enforcement action as well as policy changes around data collection on student enrollment. The resolution marked an important, first step to begin the process of examining current policies and procedures, educating school employees, and working closely with community partners to ensure that all students and families, including those that are undocumented or marginalized, are able to receive education in a safe and supportive environment.  

 

PURPOSE

This website has been created to provide updates, events and relevant information to our school community.

 

FEEDBACK

If you have questions or feedback, please email our Public Information Office at  mclayton@djusd.net

(FAQ) Frequently Asked Questions: Post-Election

DJUSD is committed to ensuring that school remains a safe and welcoming place for all students and families, regardless of their immigration status, race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic ...more

Post-Election Resources for Schools

Resources for Parents

Practice Kindness and Positive Language throughout the day in your classroom & at home

https://www.edutopia.org/blogs/tag/lesson-plans

https://www.edutopia.org/search-results?search=kindness

Community Partners and Resources

Ed Trust–West California’s Undocumented Students: What You Need to Know, provides a quick and accessible snapshot of our state’s undocumented student population, a Fact Sheet and access to additional resources. 

 

Know Your Rights and What Immigrant Families Should Know:

Undocumented Students and Families: The Facts

Estudiantes y Familias Indocumentadas: Los Hechos

F3/ACSA Facts: Undocumented Students and Families

IRLC DACA Talking Points

ILRC Know Your Rights and What Immigrant Families Should Do Now

ILRC Family Preparedness Program

National Immigrant Law Center:  Know your Rights

ILRC Help for Immigrant Families

 

 

Know Your Rights Resource: ACLU

English

Spanish

Arabic

 

 

Supporting Students and Families 

Supporting Marginalized Students in Stressful Times: Tips for Educators, National Association of School Psychologists

Supporting Vulnerable Students in Stressful Times, National Association of School Psychologists

Help for Immigrant Families Post-Election, Immigrant Legal Resource Center

*Family Paths Parent Support Hotline, Alameda County (Spanish and English)

*Post-election Talking Points (Spanish)

Immigrant Rights, FAQs for Students, Educators and Social Service Providers (English), MALDEF

*Immigrant Rights, FAQs for Students, Educators and Social Service Providers (Spanish), MALDEF

Tips to Steer Kids of All Ages Through the Political Season, Common Sense Media Website

What Should We Tell Our Kids? Be Tomorrow's Leaders, Today, Common Sense Media Webiste

 

#DJUSDWeAllBelong Photo Gallery

Todos Pertenecemos

We All Belong Resolution

Click HERE to view resolution and to translate into all languages via Google Translate


 

Events and Trainings

April 18 Know Your Immigration Rights Presentation by UCD Immigration Law Clinic

 Download: Immigration Resources provided by UC Davis Law Clinic

 

Teaching Tolerance, 2-day Professional Development for California Educators, Museum of Tolerance

 

KNOW YOUR RIGHTS INFORMATION SESSION ON IMMIGRANT RIGHTS

Thursday, March 30, 2017

University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law

Classroom C, 3285 5th Avenue

Sacramento, CA 95817