SAN BERNARDINO, CA- San Bernardino City Unified School District (SBCUSD) is hosting the inaugural Law Enforcement Appreciation Basketball Game on Monday, May 5. Beginning at 5:30 p.m. at Indian Springs High School, students from all 10 District middle schools will play basketball against San Bernardino City Police and SBCUSD Police officers. Indian Springs High is located at 650 North Del Rosa Drive in San Bernardino. The District’s Youth Services Department and Creative Before- and Afterschool Programs for Success (CAPS) are hosting the event to help bring the community together and create stronger relationships between families and law enforcement. Community groups are invited to host free, interactive and informational booths at the event. Organizations that want to operate an interactive booth should contact Youth Services Specialists Susann Hazen or Elena Acevedo at (909) 880-6807. For more information regarding CAPS, visit www.sbcusd.com/CAPS.
MONTCLAIR, CA – Last week, Rep. Gloria Negrete McLeod (D-Montclair) held the 2014 “Outstanding Teen of the Year” awards luncheon to honor teens from throughout the 35th Congressional District who were nominated by school superintendents for their exemplary academic work and civic participation.
A total of 12 teens were selected from cities within the 35th Congressional District.
“It was a pleasure to recognize students who serve in their communities while maintaining excellent grades,” said Rep. Negrete McLeod. “I am confident they will be successful in their future endeavors.”
Students receiving the 2014 “Outstanding Teen of the Year” award were:
- Shaddy Viste, Bloomington
- Eric Barajas, Bloomington
- Kimberly Goodwin, Chino
- Donald Hall III, Chino
- Jacqueline Cornejo, Fontana
- Antonio Flores, Fontana
- Angelica Benitez, Montclair
- Fernando Fernandez, Montclair
- Sabrina Sedano, Ontario
- Edgar Ibarra, Ontario
- Ivon Pena, Pomona
- Joseph Orosco, Pomona
American Medical Response (AMR) Is Responding in Action to Assist The Time for Change Foundation. An AMR Ambulance came rolling into the Time for Change parking lot on Wednesday in order to respond to the overwhelming need for women’s clothing. AMR drivers and manager staff spent weeks collecting lightly used quality clothing to ensure that the clients at Time for Change have the required daily clothing needed and also professional clothing that will enable them to put their best foot forward when on a job interview.
Diana McCafferty, Manager of AMR Administration San Bernardino County came to Time for Change and asked, “How can we help Time for Change as a support partner?” Time for Change is grateful any time a company or individual asks the question, “How can we help your mission.” We thank the entire team that AMR brought to engage in the delivery of the gifted clothing and hygiene items. AMR is looking forward to expanding the engagement opportunities with Time for Change throughout the year. Diane McCafferty said, “AMR is honored to assist the residents of San Bernardino. Time for Change is making a direct impact in assisting those in need.”
About Time for Change Foundation
Time for Change Foundation’s mission is to empower disenfranchised low-income individuals and families by building leadership through evidence-based programs and housing to create self-sufficiency and thriving communities. AMR shares Time for Change Foundation dedication to solutions that are ending homelessness and providing a pathway for women who are looking to gain self-sufficiency for themselves and their children.