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Live Well San Diego Honors Learn4Life for the Schools' 15 Years of Changing Students' Lives



Live Well San Diego has selected Learn4Life High Schools to join its exclusive network of community partners as an education provider. Live Well San Diego is a vision for a region that is Building Better Health, Living Safely and Thriving, and unites organizations that understand how to work together to address the diverse needs of our youth.



"Learn4Life strongly aligns with the Live Well vision by actively promoting community wellbeing with the trauma-resilient education communities they create for students," said Belinda Slattebo of CoSD Department of Homeless Solutions and Equitable Communities. "It's for this service and commitment that we commend them."



San Diego County Board of Supervisors has issued a proclamation declaring February 29 as "Learn4Life Day" in San Diego County.




Luncheon celebrating 15 years of community partnerships supporting underserved San Diego County students. Hosted by Fox 5 Anchor Phil Blauer, the event will feature a panel discussion, Shared Community to Support Student Success, featuring Community Wraparound CEO Robert Ontiveros, Access Inc. CEO Kristie Buckley, National City Chamber Chairwoman Karen McManus, CoSD Department of Homeless Solutions & Equitable Communities Chief Regional Community Coordinator Belinda Slattebo and Learn4Life Area Superintendent Lindsay Reese.



Learn4Life students who have overcome adversity and devoted staff, along with local organizations such as Community Wraparound, Equus, Dalrada Career Institute, Southwestern Community College and more will be honored.




Thursday Feb. 29, 2024


12-3 p.m.




Sheraton Mission Valley San Diego Hotel


1433 Camino del Rio S


San Diego, CA 92108




For 15 years, Learn4Life has served more than 25,000 San Diego area students and families through trauma resilient education and wraparound community support. Learn4Life's personalized learning program offers flexible schedules, one-on-one support and job skills training, helping more than 6,000 students who might not otherwise have graduated earn a high school diploma.




County officials passionately proclaiming Learn4Life Day



Heartwarming stories and testimonials from dedicated staff, and students and families whose stories convey the tremendous impact community organizations and schools working together can have.



Recognition of the power community leaders and organizations have in ensuring an equitable education and wraparound services for all students.


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