Past BPA Events
October 19: Unity in the Community Virtual Town Hall
Recording coming soon.
- BPA Impact Highlights & Upcoming Events
- District Goals & News
- Parent Resource Information
- Informative + Interactive Breakout Sessions
- 2020-2021 Scorecard Results
July 12-15: Money Talks
SMUHSD, Black Parents Association with Tyehimba & Associates Consulting hosted a free four-part financial education series.
June 26: Elevate and Celebrate Juneteenth
Bay Area And Central Valley student leaders came together in celebration of community.
April 28: State of the Student Summit - Of the Students. By the Students. For the Students.
BPA's Student Summit Leaders hosted a candid conversation on relevant topics shaping their everyday lives. The State of the Student Summit was a student-led virtual event hosted by the Black Parents Association to provide Black+ Students within SMUHSD the opportunity for safe, open, and transparent discussion to exchanges ideas, map out common themes, and build community. For more information or questions, please email email@example.com.
April 13: Unity in the Community Virtual Town Hall
The Black Parents Association partnered with SMUHSD for an evening of candid conversation and cooperative learning. Student Leader Amulen Rozmus served as the event co-host.
February 23: Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program Workshop
The Black Parents Association and Girls Who Code discussed their 100% free virtual Summer Immersion Program for 9th-11th grade girls and nonbinary students. Information on the application process, priority consideration, and other exciting program was shared.
Girls Who Code Resources:
Don't miss your chance to join Girls Who Code this summer for the free 2-week Summer Immersion Program for current 9-11th grade girls and non-binary students! You'll learn an intro to coding alongside students from all over the country as you build projects to address causes you care about. Plus - you'll get to get an inside look into the tech industry through panel discussions and events with Girls Who Code's top company partners like Disney, AT&T, Apple, and more! Once you complete the program, you'll also become a part of the alumni network with over 300,000 students across the world and tap into exclusive alumni benefits such as hiring support, networking opportunities, and a job platform with paid internship and job opportunities with top leading companies.
The program is 100% completely free, and Girls Who Code even provides need-based stipends of up to $300 for you to participate to help cover living costs, tech costs, or if you normally would have had to work over the summer.
Apply here today before the application deadline on March 19th! Make sure to list San Mateo Unified High School District as your Community Partner on the application to get priority consideration into the program through our partnership.
February 9: Your Voice & Views Matter – Community Focus Group
In the quest to improve the quality of services for our students, the Black Parents Association arranged a focus group for a candid discussion on a variety of topics that impact the lives of our students within the district.
February 2 Recording: My College Pathway: Charting the Road to College Success
Event hosted by Black Parents Association and Silicon Valley Community Foundation.
Scholarship Officer, SVCF
- A-G Planning
- Personal Planning
- True Cost of College
- How to Pay for College
- Life After College
Unity in the Community Events
January 12, 2021 Event
San Mateo Union High School District and the Black Parents Association held its second Unity in the Community Virtual Town Hall Convening on Tuesday, January 12 .
At the convening we heard from students, were provided an update from the District, shared data on school climate and implicit bias from our recent Panorama survey and had the opportunity for questions and answers.
October 20, 2020 Event
SMUHSD with the Black Parents Association present: