Nevada County Board of Supervisors Endorses the Children’s Bill of Rights

November 14, 2015

November 10th was a great day! Thanks to everyone who was able to attend the Board of Supervisors meeting in their green CSN T-shirts, to the Supervisors themselves, and to all who continue to support this wonderful endeavor on behalf of the children of Nevada County! Links to the CBOR in English and Spanish are at the bottom of our home page: Many thanks to Pascale Fusshoeller at for the following item.* 

Nevada County BOS supports the Children’s Bill of Rights crafted by the Community Support Network of Nevada County

By: YubaNet

Members of the Community Support Network of Nevada County at the BOS. Photo: YubaNet

NEVADA CITY, Calif. November 10, 2015 – The Nevada County Board of Supervisors today unanimously approved a resolution supporting for the Children’s Bill of Rights. The text of the bill, created by the Community Support Network of Nevada County, is below:

Children’s Bill of Rights for Nevada County, California

Proclaiming our aspirations for all young people in our community regardless of language, culture, race, gender or gender identity, sexual orientation, economic circumstance, religion, or abilities

All children have the right to…

• feel safe in homes, schools, neighborhoods, and communities

• basic essentials including nutritious food, housing, clothing, and transportation

• accessible, coordinated, and timely physical, dental, and mental health care

• supportive, nurturing relationships with adults in their lives

• a healthy environment, including clean air and water

• be respected and valued as individuals

• high quality child care and educational settings from birth through independence

• a voice in matters that may affect them

• DREAM BIG, to be challenged, and to live their lives with hope and inspiration

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