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The LatinEd Connection - An LNESC Quarterly Publication

Summer Edition - July 21, 2021
Summer is here! As the nation is slipping back into a familiar pattern of normalcy, there are plenty of reminders of the health crisis we have all endured together. As restrictions are being lifted or eased, and businesses are beginning to increase customer capacity, be sure that the transition to post-pandemic living is to your comfort level and suits your own standards for health and safety. Read more.

Spring Edition - May 27, 2021
As the spring weather is surfacing, and we lumber away from old man winter, we also take note of the changes and re-adjustments during our transition to life after the pandemic. Although we are eager to socialize and visit with family, friends and loved ones, be sure to consider the ongoing CDC guidelines on how you can continue to protect yourself from COVD-19. Your efforts to normalize towards in-person connections should be at the pace that is comfortable for you, with health and safety in mind. Read more.

Fall Edition - October 26, 2021
Evidence of the fall season surrounds us everywhere. The changing colors in the trees, the weather turning slightly cooler and brisk, and the smell of caldo (soup) cooking at home, if you’re lucky! During this time, we look forward to hot cocoa around bonfires, tailgating and football and picking out Halloween costumes or Dia de los Muertos outfits. For students, however, they may have their futures in mind as they prepare for life after high school.Read more.

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Latest Headlines

Oct 6, 2022

Digital literacy program for Latino families launched in Oak Cliff, throughout Dallas

Oak Cliff Advocate Magazine

LNESC students start Frito-Lay’s digital literacy program in Oak Cliff.

Oct 6, 2022

One in Two Hispanic Households Experience Effects of Digital Literacy Gap; Frito-Lay Partners with LULAC National Educational Service Centers to Provide Free Support

Yahoo! Finance

Frito-Lay invests nearly $250,000 to support families during Hispanic Heritage Month

Jul 18, 2022

Federal grant to help over 300 local students prepare for college

Albuquerque Journal

The Upward Bound program, which encourages low income students to pursue college degrees, will be expanding its reach to Del Norte and West Mesa high schools thanks to a federal grant.

Jun 16, 2022

Students take to the skies with drones, rockets at new summer camp at Harris Middle School

KSAT-TV

Camp is made possible thanks to a $20,000 grant.

Mar 11, 2022

Ford Scholarships Announced for North Texas Students Who Want to Go to College

Dallas Morning News

High school seniors in North Texas can apply for Ford-sponsored scholarships that award up to $2,000 for their first year of college.