LEA Parent Family Engagement Policy

LEA Parent Family Engagement Policy

LEA Parent Family Engagement Policy

LEA Parent Family Engagement Policy


HIGH SCHOOL SCIENCE TEACHER: 9th – 12th Grade

Asbestos Management

Asbestos Management

Asbestos Management

AHERA – Annual Notification.

In compliance with Title 40 CFR Part 763, Subpart E (Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act: AHERA), Escuela Popular provides notification of the AHERA Management Plan.  This Management Plan contains information regarding inspections, re-inspections, response actions and post-response action activities, including periodic re-inspections and surveillance activities that are planned or in progress.

Copies of the AHERA Management Plan for Escuela Popular are available for review at the main office, room 204, 149 N. White Rd. San Jose, CA 95127.  

Escuela Popular is committed to maintaining a safe, hazard-free environment for its school community. 

 If you have questions, please contact the Business Office at business@escuelapopular.org

 

Asbestos Management Program

Escuela Popular is in compliance with applicable State and Federal regulations pertaining to asbestos management, to ensure that our facilities are safe for our students and staff.

Our AHERA Designated Person and accredited management planner oversees compliance with these activities:

  • Every three years, the asbestos in our facilities is re-inspected by an AHERA-accredited inspector. 
  • When asbestos containing building, materials are disturbed or removed during construction projects, the work is performed in compliance with California’s Asbestos Standards in Construction (8 CCR Section 1529).  Contractors are registered with CalOSHA to perform such work using certified technicians.  Escuela Popular hires an independent industrial hygienist to oversee the work, to ensure that the contractor and its technicians are following required safety protocols, practices and regulations.  

The following documents are available for review at the main office, room 204, located at 149 N. White Rd, San Jose, CA 95127.

  1. Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) Management Plan
  2. AHERA Three-year Reinspection Report


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Sanctuary School Resolution

Sanctuary School Resolution

Sanctuary School Resolution

Education is a Right and an Act of Love

RECITALS

Whereas, Escuela Popular’s mission is to educate to transforms lives;

Whereas, the Founder Maestra Lidia Reguerin dedicated her life to seeking justice and prosperity for immigrant families;

Whereas, Escuela Popular is committed to give each student the opportunity and support to meet his or her highest potential in a safe learning environment regardless of circumstances;

Whereas, Escuela Popular believes that our students’ ability to achieve is negatively impacted by the threat of ICE raids or discriminatory practices that leave students with uncertainty and fear, the school should have in place policies and procedures to protect and care for students facing these situations.

RESOLUTION

Resolved, That the Escuela Popular del Pueblo Board reaffirms the authority to continue to protect the data and identities of any student, family member or school employee who may be adversely affected by any future policies or executive action that results in the collection of any personally identifiable information to the fullest extent of the law;

Resolved, That the Escuela Popular del Pueblo Board reaffirms that any ICE personnel, agents or official Officials intending to enter any Escuela Popular campuses must first notify the Executive Director and the school’s General Counsel, in person, of its intention with adequate notice so that the Executive Director and General Counsel can take steps to provide for the emotional and physical safety of its students and staff;

Resolved further, That the Escuela Popular del Pueblo Board reaffirms its support for every individual embracing education and that Escuela Popular campuses will continue to serve as a sanctuary campus and resource centers for students and families threatened by immigration enforcement or discrimination;

Resolved further, That the Escuela Popular del Pueblo Board and our school leaders remain focused and deeply committed to protect the rights of all student to have access to an education that is transformative.