While the return to school in the midst of the pandemic has brought many challenges for students adjusting to virtual learning, there are even more hurdles for young people who are learning English. Liz Neisloss looks at how IFSI is helping immigrant families in Boston, where 30 percent of public school students are English learners. Click here to get to the link to see the news story.
Contact IFSI to learn about resources that can help you with your mental health needs.
Register now for a 2-hour online conference hosted by IFSI on May 2nd. The subject of the discussion will be how we can collaborate to meet the needs of immigrant families during the Covid-19 pandemic.
IFSI can help you with the Massachusetts unemployment insurance application, whether you speak English, Creole, French, or Spanish. Read the post to find out more! IFSI kapab ede w ranpli fòmilè demann pou jwenn èd chomaj nan eta Massachusetts, kit ou pale angle, kreyòl ayisyen, fransè oswa panyòl. Li pòs la pou aprann plis !
Many immigrant families, especially undocumented families, are unable to access unemployment benefits, stimulus payments, and other assistance that is vital to their sustenance during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please contribute whatever you can during these unprecedented times to support immigrant families facing difficulty.
Stand up and be counted! Click here to see an important video about the Census in Haitian Creole and English
IFSI is happy to announce that we will offer on line tutoring for our students. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to get your child started today! Keep your child engaged and learning with relevant and meaningful at home instruction.
Come learn about Public Charge and what it means for you and your family. Get information from sources you can trust and make the decisions that are best for you.
Allen Paul, long time IFSI student, musician and Youth Leader, signs NLI to play football at Georgetown University.