The Homework Club Program
Homework Club has been successfully used as a field site by Education minors, to fulfill the Ed 97/197 Field Site requirement (as part of Edu 190 and other elective courses that have a field site requirement), and also served as a site for Edu 190 COOP students.
- Lock your doors at all times. Use the dead bolt lock on your entrance door.
- Shut and secure windows when you're not home or sleeping
- Do not leave valuables in your car
- Lock and roll up your car windows
Residents have reported items being stolen from just outside of their apartment doors. These items include shoes, mail packages, bikes, etc. Please protect your belongings by not leaving items outside of your apartments. If needed, contact your mail carriers and give instructions not to leave packages outside.
If you witness any suspicious activities, call UCPD immedately. (911 from your land line, and 642-333 from your cell phone)
FREE, 1-hour workshop (provided by UCPD)- Participants will be introduced to community safety services available, learn of potential safety threats within the campus community & useful strategies for avoiding certain situations, as well as participate in a role-play drill to practice engaging in the act of using pepper spray, while also practicing proper response techniques before & after one is faced with a threatening situation.
Pepper Spray Workshop
Wednesday, Feb 11, 2015
Please join us to promote sustainable family living and build our community together!
When: Sunday Jan 25, 2015, 1-3 pm
Where: Four Corners Room and Cafe at the Community Center
Books and toys swap
DIY Craft using recycled materials
Green Family Ambassador Social (2 pm-3 pm)
Interested in becoming a Green Family Ambassador? Sign up at http://tinyurl.com/GreenFamilyAmbassador
Interested in becoming a volunteer/coordinator? Email Kun at email@example.com
Let's play some chess! This is a population program put on for children and teens; however, all chess players or aspiring chess players are welcome--from beginners to Grandmasters. If you and your child are interested in learning and playing chess, this is the perfect place to learn by playing in a friendly international community. Childcare is not provided. Boards and sets are provided, as well as a limited amount of pizza!
Our first meeting of the Spring 2015 semester will be next Thursday, January 22, at 6:30pm! After that, we plan to generally meet the 1st & 3rd Thursday of the month at 6:30pm in the community center according to the schedule below:
March 19 (NB, not March 5)
Starting January 15, VSM will resume English conversation on Thursday night from 7:30-8:30 pm in Four Corners and the Cafe. All visiting scholars, graduate students and spouses are welcomed. There is no sign-up, and it's free. Just come, and talk about various topics, even if you previously attended.