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  • Washington Staff

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  • Friday, January 20, 2017
    250 Dutton Avenue, San Leandro, CA 94577
    Phone: 510-618-4360   Fax: 510-895-4112 
     Principal: Elisa Alvarez,
    Administrative Assistant: Cristina Fuentes,
    Office Assistant: Marla Losson,
    Office Hours: 8:00am-3:30pm Monday-Friday

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  • Tuesday, 1/24/2017- Friday, 1/27/2017

    are Early Release Days for Reading Assessments

    Kinder Attends: 8:10-11:40

    1st - 5th Grade Attends: 8:10-1:50

    Martes, 1/24/2017- Viernes, 1/27/2017

    son Días de Salida Temprano para Examanes de Lectura

    Kinder Asiste: 8:10-11:40

    1ro - 5to Grado Asiste: 8:10-1:50
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  • Read to Succeed is an exciting program that encourages students in grades K through 6 to read for fun. Students who complete six hours of recreational reading during Winter Break can earn a free ticket to Six Flags! Reading Logs are due back on January 20, 2017. 

    English Read to Succeed Log


    Leer para Triunfar es un emocionante programa que anima a los estudiantes en los grados de Kinder a 6 a leer por diversión. Los estudiantes que completen seis horas de lectura recreativa durante las vacaciones de invierno pueden ganar un boleto gratis a Six Flags! Deben regresar los registros el 20 de Enero, 2017.

    Registro de Lectura en Español


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  • In addition to reading, all of our online programs are available to students throughout the break. The best program to keep your child up to date with reading and math is Compass Learning. For 4th and 5th grade students interested in excelling in math in middle school, this program is the best program to prepare your child for advanced math.

    • Compass Learning Website:
    • User Name: First Name, Last Initial, Student Number (ex: cristinaf00000)
    • Password: Student birthdate in mmddyyyy format (ex: December 23, 2016 = 12232016)
    • School: SLUSD

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    Además de la lectura, todos nuestros programas en línea están disponibles para los estudiantes durante el descanso. El mejor programa para mantenerse en el buen camino con la lectura y las matemáticas es Compass Learning. Para los estudiantes de 4to y 5to grado interesados en superarse en matemáticas en la escuela intermedia, este programa es el mejor programa para preparar a su hijo para matemáticas avanzadas.


    • Sitio Web de Compass Learning:
    • Nombre de Usuario: Primer Nombre, Última Inicial, Número de Estudiante (ex: cristinaf00000)
    • Contraseña: Fecha de nacimiento en formato mmddyyyy (ex: 23 de Diciembre, 2016 = 12232016)
    • Escuela: SLUSD
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  • Round 2 EN

    Round 2 SP


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  • Seeking Volunteers for TK & Kindergarten Classrooms

    If you are interested in working in either transitional kindergarten or kindergarten classrooms, our elementary schools are always looking for enthusiastic volunteers! Our schools especially need support for 30-60 minutes at a time in the classroom, during recess, and during lunch.

    Please contact Washington's Parent Facilitator Maria Ochoa at to learn how you can become a volunteer.


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  • 2016-17 Kindergarten Schedule


    SLUSD elementary schools will be offering full day kindergarten for the 2016-17 school year. The schedule is: 

    • M, Tu, Th, F: 8:10am - 1:50pm
    • W: 8:10am - 11:40am

     For more enrollment information, visit the Enrollment section of the district website. 


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  • New Student Enrollment
    San Leandro Unified School District will begin Open Enrollment for new students on February 22, 2016.
    The Centralized Enrollment Office is located at 2255 Bancroft Avenue, across the street from San Leandro High School.
    Step 1: Complete Enrollment Online
    Step 2: Call the Enrollment Office at (510) 667-3503

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    Mike Mclaughlin, Ed.D. EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
    Superintendent Rosanna Mucetti, Ed.D., Deputy Superintendent
      835 E. 14th St., Suite 200, San Leandro, CA 94577
      Phone (510)667-3538

    January 18, 2017


    As many of us are aware, this year’s Inauguration Day scheduled for Friday, January 20th is anticipated to evoke strong emotional responses across the country, similar to those observed in the days after the election. Despite our own political stances and views, it is critical our community pay close attention to how our youth are feeling as this political transition takes place.

    In anticipation, SLUSD wanted to proactively communicate with families about our commitment to student safety and creating safe spaces where students can process the political events, and supporting our students’ voices and their first amendment rights.

    Our school site staff has resources for teaching and promoting safe, inclusive activities in the classroom allowing for students to discuss the inauguration and how they might be feeling about our current political landscape. Principals have been directed to be vigilant throughout the week in supporting our students as the inauguration approaches. We remain committed to creating spaces during the school day for students to express themselves and process their reactions.

    Elementary and middle school principals have been directed to ensure no students leave campus on Friday as a reaction to the inauguration events. Given the ages of elementary and middle school students, it is important that we are mindful of their safety and believe it is not developmentally appropriate for this age group to be off campus during school hours. Schools will follow absentee protocols, if parents choose to take their children out of school to participate in events with them.

    Walkouts at high schools across the country are anticipated, much like the one we experienced last November. We have heard of potential walkouts at San Leandro High School and we are coordinating with our city and local police department in order to proactively ensure student safety and responsibility. In the event that your high school student opts to walk out, we are informing parents in advance that students will be marked absent during any of the instructional periods they miss. However, there will be no disciplinary action taken as a result of walkouts on Friday, 1/20. Please discuss this information with your student so your family can make an informed decision about activities on Friday. If parents choose to take their children out of school to participate in events with them, absentee protocols will be followed.

    Lastly, we want to inform parents that we greatly value instructional time. As we move forward beyond Friday, we do expect all of our students to be in class during the school day. Although we remain sensitive to the needs of our students during this complicated period, we need to also emphasize and encourage the importance of students attending class and using the classroom as a space for processing our current political reality.

    If you have any questions or concerns regarding this matter, please contact your school site administrator. We appreciate your understanding as we balance the complexity of these issues on our campuses in SLUSD.


    Best Regards,

     Dr. Mucetti

    Rosanna Mucetti, Ed.D

    Deputy Superintendent


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  • San Leandro Unified School District Summer School 2017 will be held Monday- Thursday starting June 19th - July 27th at a designated San Leandro Unified School campus. Location, times and program information to come in 2017.


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