Insurance for Individuals and Families
Ampla Health in Chico, a community health center is offering at no cost health insurance application assistance for Covered California and Medi-Cal. We are in the final month of “Open Enrollment” for Covered California (Nov. 1 2015 thru Jan. 31, 2016). There is a penalty for adults and children that do not have affordable minimum coverage; both Covered California and Medi-Cal meet this requirement. For an appointment to apply for insurance or just to ask a question call Steve Naiman, (Bi-lingual) Certified Enrollment Counselor at Ampla Health Chico at 343-4395- Ext. 2281.
La Clínica de Ampla Health en Chico, Centro de Salud de la comunidad está ofreciendo asistencia con aplicaciones de aseguranza de salud médica sin costo para Cubierto California y Medi-Cal. Estamos en el último mes de “Registración Abierta” para Cubierto California (1 de Noviembre 2015 hasta 31 de Enero 2016). Hay una multa para adultos y niños que no tienen cobertura mínima. Cubierto California y Medi-Cal cumplen con este requisito. Para Hacer una cita para aplicar para Cubierto California o Medi-cal o solo para hacer una pregunta, llame a Steve Naiman, (Bilingüe) Consejero Certificado de Registración; Ampla Health Chico 530-343-4395 extensión 2281.
A student in our community has been hospitalized after engaging in what is known among students as “the eraser challenge”. As this rather innocuous sounding game resulted in a serious illness, we want all parents to be aware of some of the dangerous games that have gained popularity both online and in communities across the nation.
The article below from Webmd.com, summarizes five of these “games”.
We encourage all parents to have discussions with their children about these and other activities in which students could inadvertently put themselves or others in danger.
MATH PATHWAYS AND CHANGES IN CURRICULUM
Over the past two years, CUSD has been implementing Common Core Math Standards in grades 7-12. The math pathways may look a bit different, but the end result is very similar to what has been offered in the past. One option that is recommended in the CA Math Framework is to “compact” math classes together, which means covering more content in a shorter amount of time rather than skipping important material.
Click on the following links for more information about Common Core Mathematics: