For the estimated 700,000 California community college students contending with basic needs insecurity, the complications of COVID-19 reach well beyond the classroom. As Californians stockpiled supplies in the early days … Read More – A Drive to Do More: NOCE Food Pantries Adapt to Distanced Distribution
Community Thrives with Supporting Adults for Student Success
Programs December 05, 2018
The Parenting Program, or Supporting Adults for Student Success, expanded through the California Adult Education Program to offer classes in partnership with local K-12 school districts. The Love and Logic curriculum provides a common language from K-12 schools to NOCE. Several courses including Parenting the Love and Logic Way® and Nine Essential Skills for the Love and Logic Classroom® were offered with North Orange County Regional Consortium high school partners. New courses (have been) developed for parents of students with disabilities, adults supporting foster and adopted youth, and trauma-informed care. In August 2017, Love and Logic developer Dr. Charles Fay visited NOCE to train instructors, administrators, and counselors on the Love and Logic curriculum. Videos were developed and pilot workshops of each new curriculum are currently being held.