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Wish List

Items listed below are those we can always use to support our classrooms and programs. Should you be able to help us with any of these items please drop them off at Nuestra Casa. La Escuelita – Preschool Individually packaged snacks Juice 3 oz. or 5 oz. paper cups Classrooms Copy paper Dry erase

Immersion with Immigrants

For the seventh year we welcomed the University of Portland's Immersions group. They experienced a new perspective of adult education. The group of 15 students participated in conversations with our ESL students. During these conversations both groups of students discussed their educational goals, backgrounds and what they felt was their greatest barrier

New Tradition is Good Nutrition

Here at Nuestra Casa we continue to nourish our relationship with WSU– Yakima County Extension. The Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program has become a favorite for migrant women especially those seeking to become childcare licensed providers. In Fall 2018 we are offered two different nutrition programs in collaboration with WSU, the Lifestyle Medicine

Hidden in Plain Sight

On September 28, 2018, Nuestra Casa hosted the Hidden in Plain Sight event where 34 adults walked through a mock teen bedroom to identify paraphernalia that indicated drug and alcohol use and other destructive behaviors. This event was presented by Prosser C.I.A. (Community Involvement and Action) Coalition and translated into Spanish. Participants learned the