We are a committee that supports and promotes the social, emotional, and academic growth, and development of our bilingual community. Also the organization represents the interest and needs of our bilingual community in School District 212 through participation in the educational process and in the decisions to be made that will have an impact on the future of our students.
The Department of Justice has dropped its efforts to keep in place the public charge rule. The public charge rule now reverts back to its previous (1998) version, which means immigrant families can seek most public benefits (including medical, nutrition, and housing assistance) without fear of being barred from getting status in the future.
El Departamento de Justicia ha abandonado sus esfuerzos para mantener la regla de carga pública. La regla de carga pública regresa a su versión anterior (1998), lo que significa que las familias inmigrantes pueden obtener la mayoría de los beneficios públicos a las que califican (incluida la asistencia médica, nutricional y de vivienda) sin temor a que se les impida obtener un estatus migratorio en el futuro.
Ever wonder what the Parents' Club is all about? Or maybe you thought, "I'd like to get involved but I'm not sure how."
What we do: Provide scholarships for seniors, sponsor art buybacks, department workshops, ACCESS parties, and awards, judge the ACCESS homecoming hall decoration contest.
How do we fund these things: FUNDRAISING! SpiritWear sales, Scrip (gift card) sales, memberships and Little Caesars.
Who's welcome: Everyone. Come join the fun. Meet new people, get involved.
How do you get involved: JOIN! It's as easy as a check box in the online registration or click on Membership on the left. Come to a meeting, share your ideas, volunteer for a fundraiser. Convince your friends to join with you.