Assistance League supports LCAP counselors and their students

Top left is Lauren Moreno, Paloma Elementary; top right is Inna Peart with gift cards for Susan H. Nelson High School; Bottom right is Suezanne Jerez, social worker, Vail Ranch Middle School; and bottom left are Ms. Mirimanian, LCAP Counselor for Margarita Middle School, and Ms. Avila, the school social worker. Valley News/Courtesy photo
Assistance League of Temecula Valley recently received a grant from the City of Temecula to be used to support children and families within the city, and to support local businesses. Assistance League members are working with Local Control and Accountability Plan counselors in local middle and high schools to provide some welcome items for the children served by these counselors. LCAP counselors, along with the school social workers, aid homeless youth, children of low-income families and newly arrived immigrants. They serve as a lifeline for these families within the community, helping them navigate the social services that are available, and making sure that students are supported and celebrated for their academic progress.The Assistance League met with the counselors, explained the
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