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La Escuelita
La Escuelita 

Mission:  To encourage families to be self-sufficient, proactive, and informed o the existing resources in the community. La Escuelita: Family Resource Center promotes education and employment opportunities to build an educated community that is vibrant and well-informed. La Escuelita's purpose to equip community members with the tools, knowledge and resources necessary to succeed.

The Adult Resource Center

The newest addition to the long standing La Escuelita program is the Adult Resource Center. In its first year, the Adult Resource Center (ARC) will be located in the P-Wing Building of Indian Springs High School. The Adult Resource Center will be open during after school hours Monday through Thursdays, from 4:30-6:00pm. The center and all its services and workshops are free and available to all adults in the community. Attending all workshops is encouraged but not required. We will offer lessons in ESL, computer skills, resume building, mental health, family responsibilities, nutrition and so much more. The goal of our center is to provide opportunities in the areas of education, employment, and economic growth. 


If you have any questions or if you would like to serve as a volunteer at our center, please feel free to contact:

Lulu Alvarado

Adult Resource Coordinator

Tel: (909) 558-4842

The Youth Resource Center

La Escuelita Youth Resource Center is returning to Indian Springs this Fall for its third year! The Resource Center is open to all high school students in San Bernardino. The aim is to create a college-going culture in this area by providing access to college preparation materials, workshops, financial aid seminars, tutoring, mentoring, career training, and a pathway to the health professions. The center is open consistently for tutoring and mentoring, while workshops will be held every other week, focusing on differing monthly topics. The emphasis of the workshops will change from month to month to cover a wide range of college preparedness topics.

For questions, contact:

Danny Lorenzana

Youth Resource Coordinator

Tel: (909) 558-4842

San Bernardino City Unified School District, 777 North F Street, San Bernardino, CA 92410, (909) 381-1100
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