President Reyna's Message Regarding Mass Shooting in Texas

May 25, 2022

It’s impossible to comprehend the senseless acts of violence seen yesterday at Robb Elementary School in Texas. The pain is compounded by the recency of the mass shootings in Buffalo and Southern California. 

Student Support

Psychological Services is available to support you. Their services are free of charge to students.

Resources for Parents

Many of us are parents and carry the additional responsibility of helping our own children navigate tragedies like these. I wanted to provide a few resources for those of you who are helping children navigate these horrific events.

You can also call the Call the National Parent Helpline at 1-855-4A PARENT (1-855-427-2736) to get emotional support from a trained Advocate. They are available Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Several campus staff were in an emergency response training yesterday as the school shooting was happening. We continue to be diligent in our own safety and response measures at Madera Community College. The safety of the members of our community is a top priority as we work to prepare students who will be part of the solution to the brokenness and pain our nation is experiencing. 

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