afternoons with Club Une Are you ready for Middle School?
It’s 2:30, school is out, do you… a) Get picked up by your mom?
Driver's education • Online only Learn to drive- the right way!!! This is an online course with videos, animated driving scenarios and sample test questions. Learn the rules of the road, major causes of traffic collisions, DMV procedures and much more. A licensed instructor is available to answer any questions. Receive a DMV-approved Certificate of Completion (OL 237).
*It's FREE to try. Your first 25% of the course is absolutely
free. Sign up any time. Offered Daily: 24 / 7
• ages: 15 & Up
Required Materials: Must have internet access. Register Online: Log onto www.SafetyDriversEd.com/affiliates/ucls
fee: $74.99 • Your first 25% of the course is absolutely free.
Driver's education • Classroom location: Kennedy Community Center ages 15+ • fee: $135/ $140 Students will learn the rules of the road, accident avoidance tech- niques, DMV procedures & much more. This course includes vid- eos, written test preparation, group discussions and games. Receive a DMV-approved Driver's Education certificate of completion (OL 237). This class is a requirement for teens under 17 1/2 years old to receive a learner's permit & driver's license. Register through bay area Driving school, not with UCls. Call BADS: 510-489-6933. Day
• Bay Area Driving School Instructor fee (res/ non)
Mon-Th 12/27-12/30 9:00 am- 3:30 pm $135/$140 Mon-F 4/4-4/8
9:00 am- 2:30 pm $135/$140
support Our Kids scholarship (s.O.K.) Program The City of Union City feels that it is important for all of the youth in our community to have the opportunity to experience the vari- ous recreational programs that are offered by the Leisure Services Department. The S.O.K. Scholarship Fund offers a limited number of special scholarships for Union City youth 18 years and under who wish to experience a Leisure Services' program but are unable to, due to financial hardship. Scholarships provide 50-75 % of the reg- istration fee, up to a maximum of $200. Scholarships are limited to one program per youth, per year as long as funds are available and families meet the financial qualifications. For more information and a scholarship application, please call the Holly Community Center at 675-5488 or the Kennedy Community Center at 675-5329.
We also would like to encourage the members of our community to help support the S.O.K. Scholarship program by making contribu- tions with their Leisure Services' registrations. Donations can be added on the Leisure Services' registration form. Every dollar counts and is appreciated.
Union City skate Park Private skate board lessons
Private lessons are available with Skate Park Staff. Rates are $25 for a 90-minute lesson. They are of-
fered on Fridays or Saturdays. Please call (510)675- 5328 to schedule a lesson or for more information.
birthday Parties at the skate Park! The Skate Park is a great place for a child’s birthday party. We
will provide the instruction for skate boarders while you celebrate at the picnic tables in the park. A $60 per hour fee (minimum 3 hours) includes entrance for all skaters into the park and in- struction. Please call (510)675-5328 for more information.
b) Take the crowded bus home? c) Go to Club Une? If you are looking for the best time of your life, pick c) Club Une! It’s your after school middle school program from 2:30-6 PM, where you and your friends have a cool place to hang out, listen to music, and even buy snacks. Play classic and new games outside, stay inside and create different arts and craft projects. Payment plans are available. For more information please call (510) 675- 5600.
spring session begins March 7, 2011 Locations:
Alvarado Middle School Room E-9
Cesar Chavez Middle School Room W-X
afternoon with Club Une Minimum Days Do you know when your schools minimum days are? Do you know what you are going to do when your child is released at 11:40 am? Join Afternoons with Club Une from 11:40 am to 3:45 pm for $5. We’ll have great activities for the students to do in a fun and safe environment. For more information, please call (510) 675- 5600.
Mornings with Club Une, “Morning Mayhem” Union City Leisure Services offers a before school morning care pro- gram that is located at Alvarado Middle School. This program is for middle school students and runs from 6:45 am to 8:15 am. They can meet new friends or hang out with current friends. We’ll have great activities for the students to do in a fun and safe environment. We will help them get off to a great start each morning. For more infor- mation, please call (510) 675- 5600.
Parent Project Jr.® Parent Project Jr. is for parents with youth ages 10 and up (13
weeks). The Parent Project is designed to support parents with chal- lenging children or teens. Topics covered include improving school performance, motivating and influencing youth, developing positive decision making skills and personal responsibility, addressing peer relationships, preventing and intervening with at-risk behaviors and
improving family relationships. Classes are usually offered in English and Spanish a couple of times during the year.
English classes: Kristie Potter, MFT #43455 (510) 675-5217 Spanish classes: Adrian Valadez, ASW (510) 675-5821
For more information on the program or other Bay Area Parent Proj- ect classes please visit www.parentproject.com
Youth and family services
We offer alternatives & support to Union City residents, as well as families in the New Haven Unified School District.
Crisis support: Assists families through an immediate crisis by providing support and community resource information to victims/wit- nesses of violent crimes or traumatic events.
Counseling: Provides short-term individual and family counseling to help improve family relationships, addresses academic or behav- ior issues, and provides support around crisis and traumatic events.
Youth Violence Prevention & Intervention : Serves the most at-risk youth and young adults, 14- 24 years old. This component of the program is staffed with an Outreach team, a Case Manager and
a Youth Employment Coordinator. The Outreach Team goes out into the community and reaches out to high risk youth/young adults, to in- tervene with those engaged in violent behavior, creates relationships, and offers them opportunities for a better life through jobs, educa- tion, counseling etc. This program component is partially funded by Measure UU dollars.
For more information contact : Patricia Abadesco, MFT #32956 • Program Manager (510) 675-5617 09 9
Re g i s t e r On l i n e a t www.UnionCi ty.org
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