The message below was shared directly with Noble students and alumni earlier today from our Office of DREAMer Support

An Open letter to our undocumented/DACAmented students:

Dear students,
In a time of national uncertainty, we want to take this opportunity to share our support for our undocumented and DACAmented students. We write to you not as your mentors, but as fellow dreamers.

Regardless of what the election outcome is today, we want to reassure you that Noble and the Office of DREAMer Support is here to assist you and your family in any way possible. While we still don’t have all the answers to how this election will impact immigrant communities, we know one thing for certain: we are all in this together.

Noble Network of Charter Schools has also taken proactive steps to create a welcoming and inclusive environment for everyone regardless of immigration status. Noble does not allow federal immigration officials into our buildings without a warrant, nor do we maintain any central repositories of student or personnel data that indicate immigration status.

We understand that your immigration status may present unique challenges to your educational experience, which is why our team has pieced together a comprehensive list of resources for you and your family. You can access the folder using this link.

Today more than ever, we believe that Black Lives Matter. We believe that no human being is illegal. We believe that trans rights are human rights. We are here for you.

DREAMer Support Team

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