For every resident in Howard County and every family in Howard County public schools to be equally represented in the community and to have equitable access to services and resources.
To advance, empower and unite the Chinese and other immigrants in Howard County by advocating for the underrepresented, leading in civic activities, promoting greater community engagement, and supporting integration into the larger community.
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The month of May is designated to recognize the contributions and influence of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) to the history, culture, and achievements of the United States. The AAPI community is part of the diverse fabric of our nation. Its contributions, resilience and compassion are especially noteworthy in this challenging time during the coronavirus pandemic. To honor the AAPI Heritage Month, CAPA-HC launched an on-line celebration which includes a series of virtual activities and events.
As a conclusion of the celebration, CAPA-HC created a video featuring Howard County elected officials, government agencies, HCPSS school officials, non-profit organizations and community leaders recognizing the contribution of the local AAPI community.
We are very grateful that we have received huge support and great responses which made this initiative such a successful event.
Chinese American Parent Association of Howard County (CAPA-HC) is holding weekly zoom online talks for school age children on Thursdays at 3 pm. The talks are hosted by Dr. Yun Lu.
The Ninth session will be held on Thursday June 4. Ms. Janice Winter and Ms. Amanda Sullivan will present "Frogs in our Watershed". The suggested audience is k-5th graders.
Both Ms. Janice Winter and Ms. Amanda Sullivan are environmental educators from Howard County Conservancy. Howard County Conservancy has designed several programs for ages 5 to 8 and 9 to 12. Please check out their website at https://www.howardnature.org.
Next week's session will be powerful pollinator from Howard County Conservancy for elementary school students. Stay tuned.
At this difficult time of COVID-19 pandemic, we hope the regularly scheduled talks can help parents and students with the home-school and distance learning plans. We want to thank Howard County Community Organizations Active in Disaster (COAD) for sponsoring this activity.
Please ask your students to join the zoom meeting on Thursday June 4th at 3pm.
Yun Lu is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: Frogs in our Watershed (Organized by CAPA-HC, Hosted by Dr. Yun Lu)
Time: June 4, 2020 03:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Presenter: Janice Winter and Amanda Sullivan
Suggested Audience: k-5th Graders
Join Zoom Meeting (Meeting ID: 823 9398 2686)
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On February 9th, 2020, CAPA sent its testimony regarding Superintendent Michael Martirano's proposed FY 2021 operating budget to HCPSS Board of Education.
We're proud to partner with the Horizon Foundation on mental health and build a community of Emotional Support Humans in Howard County!
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