Community resources

STUDENT Resources

contact your school and instructors


1.  Local Food Banks


2. The following is a link to the CDE website with Free or Reduced Cost Internet Resources for our students.  We have worked with the California Emerging Technology Fund in the past.  Hope this helps, please forward any links that you think would be helpful and we will post asap.  Take care and stay safe.  




3. Having Conversations about Coronavirus:

CDE: Talking with children about Coronavirus Disease 2019:  Message for parents, school, staff, and others working with children:

Child Mind Institute: Talking to Kids About the Coronavirus (English & Spanish)

National Association of School Psychologist – Talking to Children About COVID-19: A Parent Resource:

4. Helping Children Cope Through the Coronavirus


World Health Organization:  Helping children cope with stress during the 2019-nCoV outbreak:


Hygiene Best Practices

Printed Resources from CDE – Posters, flyers, handouts, and printable:


Postvention Resources

Planning for the future:

5. Additional Resources

U.S. Hunger Relief Organization/Feeding America:

Meals on Wheels:

National Domestic Workers Alliance:

One Fair Wage Emergency Fund:    



1. SchoolHouse Connection has put together some resources that you might find helpful. Please pass it onto whomever you feel would benefit from the resources.


2. "What I Need App" (WIN) - Accessing resources from your phone. 

These resources include Shelter, Crisis, Food, Drop-in, Health, Legal, Hot line, Education, Jobs, Transit, Benefits, and more. 

The order waives eligibility re-determinations for 90 days for Californians who participate in:

  • Medi-Cal health coverage

  • CalFresh food assistance

  • CalWORKS

  • Cash Assistance for Immigrants; and

  • In-Home Supportive Services

contact your school and instructors


BURLINGTON ENGLISH:  Easy access to online English learning. Get the mobile app as well.

ROSETTA STONE:  How language is learned. Get the mobile app as well.

KAHN ACADEMY:  A nonprofit with the mission to provide a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere.


BOOK SHARE:  Read your way. E-books for people with reading barriers.


NEWSELA:  Offering free access to Newsela’s entire product suite for the rest of the 2019/2020 school year.


REMIND:  helps teachers, parents, students, and administrators in K–12 schools to communicate with everyone at once.

​CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION:  Free or Reduced Cost Internet Resources.

GOOGLE CLASSROOM - Join a class as a student




RE: Student Internet Access Survey


Greetings Montebello Unified School District Adult School students. Please take a moment to fill out this survey. We want to know if you have Internet access at home, and if so, which Internet service provider. Please provide your student identification number (student ID) if you know it. Thank you for your help.

Saludos estudiantes de la escuela de adultos del Distrito Escolar Unificado de Montebello. Favor de tomarse un momento para contestar la siguiente encuesta. Queremos saber si tienen acceso al internet en su casa, y de ser así, cuál proveedor de servicios de Internet. Por favor incluya su número de identificación de estudiante (Student ID) si se lo sabe. Gracias por su ayuda.


Montebello Community Adult School

149 N 21st St. Montebello, CA 90640

(323) 887-7844

Bell Gardens Community Adult School

6119 Agra Street, Bell Gardens 90201
(323) 887-7955

Schurr Community Adult School

937 Westmoreland Dr. Montebello, CA 90640
(323) 887-3088

Ford Park Community Adult School

7800 Scout Ave, Bell Gardens, CA 90201

(562) 927-7759

© 2020 by Montebello Community Adult Schools

* Classes and instructors may be subject to change based on funding, class size/attendance.