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2020 Virtual Summer Camp | 2020 Campamento de Verano Virtual

San Bernardino County's Expanded Learning Program is offering a virtual Summer Camp 2020 for 20 days of engaging activities for K-8 students. FREE! Want to sign up? Register your child today!

El Programa de Aprendizaje Expandido del Condado de San Bernardino ofrece un Campamento de Verano virtual 2020 durante 20 días de actividades interesantes para estudiantes de K-8. ¡GRATIS! ¿Quieres registrarte? Registre a su hijo ahora!

20/21 Encuesta de Reapertura Escolar

Estimadas familias de PTC:
¡Necesitamos su ayuda para determinar cómo abriremos el 6 de Agosto! Responda las siguientes preguntas para asegurarse de que se satisfagan sus necesidades.

20/21 School Reopening Survey

Dear PTC Families,
We need your help in determining how we will open on August 6th! Please answer the following questions to make sure your needs are met.

Pandemic EBT | Pandemia EBT

Per the California Department of Education:

On Friday, April 24, 2020, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) approved California’s application to operate a Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) program during COVID-19.

The California Department of Social Services (CDSS) will issue P-EBT benefits to households currently receiving Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and to households with children who are eligible for free and reduced-price school meals whose schools were closed for at least five consecutive days during the COVID-19 emergency.

Through the P-EBT program, each eligible child in the household will receive $5.70 per day for each day of the month in which school was cancelled due to COVID-19. The California Department of Education (CDE) and CDSS estimate that this will provide more than $1.4 billion to over 3.8 million school children throughout the state to address food insecurity during this emergency.

The CDE and CDSS have identified children from households that are directly certified to receive Free and Reduced-Price school meals. These households will automatically be mailed their P-EBT card in the coming weeks. Beginning in Mid-May, children from households who were not directly certified for free and reduced-price school meals will be able to apply online for P-EBT.

The application will be available starting May 22, 2020, please find it here:

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