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Collaborate PASadena Sept. 2015 Update

Working Group Notes

The next time you click on the Collaborate PASadena groupsite, you may be alerted with a pop-up window about joining a Working Group if you have not already done so yourself. Once you have joined a group, you will receive notices about upcoming meetings, access minutes and be able to participate in group discussions online. Please click on links below for Working Groups and files.

If you are interested in participating in the Scorecard Ad Hoc Committee to meet during the week from September 16-23 to delve more deeply into how Collaborate PASadena presents priority outcomes, indicators and data, please contact Linda at (626)396-3600 ext. 88215 or

Communicating for Collaboration

Do you want to get alerts about what is going on with PUSD as soon as they are announced – like the upcoming State of the Schools address on September 22 at Eliot Middle School? Do you want to receive regular updates about community and nonprofit activities in Altadena and Pasadena? We’ve tried to keep calendar postings limited to Collaborate PASadena activities, but will try to provide links to relevant school, city and community listservs starting with the list below. We hope you continue discussing your preferences for communication within your Working Groups, in person or through the groupsite discussion features.

  • Pasadena Unified School District – for Facebook, Twitter, or NIXLE text messaging, sign up at

  • Vision 20/20 – join email list on for weekly community news from Jaylene Moseley

  • Altadena Wired Women – join at for weekly Altadena community and nonprofit news from Monica Hubbard

  • Pasadena En Español – join for facebook and Twitter community news in Spanish from Isabel Ramirez

And, for all you Twitter users, Collaborate PASadena has a new hashtag #CollPAS

2014 YES Grantees – John Muir High School CADphiles

YES! Youth Empowerment Service Grants

Calling all Pasadena, Altadena and Sierra Madre youth! Applications are now available to receive up to $1,000 for community service project grants. If you were at the May 13 Collaborate PASadena forum at Fuller Seminary, you may be or may have met one of last year’s student grantees who awarded funding from the Pasadena Youth Council, funded by City of Pasadena and Pasadena Educational Foundation, for community service projects. Please go to Pasadena Youth Council for application forms, flyer is also available at Deadline is November 1, 2015.

Special thanks to Ed Honowitz, Education Advisor to State Senator Carol Liu for compiling reading research, and Susan Savitts Schwartz and Geoff Milam for their follow up work.

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