Summer School Program 2017
San Leandro Unified School District Summer School will be held June 19th to July 27th, 2017. High school credit recovery summer school will be held at Bancroft Middle School from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm Monday to Thursday.
Extended school year program and enrichment/intervention programs will be held at Jefferson Elementary School 8:00 am to 12:00 pm Monday to Thursday.
Please see program options and registrations:
For more information please visit your school administrator or school counselor.
Please register before May 26th!
High School Credit Recovery Summer School Principals are Valentin del Rio and Jeffrey Miles.
ESY and Enrichment/Intervention Summer School Principal is Garry Grotke.
For more information please contact Joanne Clark at email@example.com
Friday, March 24, 2017
Student Daily Bulletin
Bronco Star Drawing
The end of the 3rd Quarter is today.
Make sure to turn in all of your assignments!
Patriotic Message: Women’s History Month Salutes Shirley Jackson
Shirley Jackson is the former head of the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission, where she reaffirmed the agency's commitment to public health and safety. She is the first female African American to receive a doctorate from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
1. Cafeteria Lunch Menu: Lunch today is corn dog with TGIF dill pickle chips or a chicken patty. Lunch includes salad bar, seasonal fruit and your choice of milk.
2. AVID Family Movie Night: Looking for a place to hang out with your friends? Tonight is Family Movie Night, featuring the hit movie, Moana. It's free! Come to the gym at 6pm. We will be selling nachos, pizza, and popcorn. See you there! - Ms. Sasaki
3. Robotics Club: Our Robotics Club will not meet as a regular meeting. Only those who turned in permission forms for our field trip will meet right after school in S-1 at 3:00. Don't be late. We will be getting into cars right away to drive to the San Leandro Senior Community Center. If you arrive late you may miss your ride. – Mr. Huey
4. Library: The California Young Reader Medal reading program is coming to an end today. Please make sure to return your books and finish all your quizzes by Monday, March 27. Students who have successfully finished one category and all the quizzes will be given an invitation for the Voting Pizza Party next Tuesday. A round of applause to everyone who participated this year! Please see Ms. Kang with any questions. Also, new books and magazines are in! We have a NEW manga series: Black Butler and new books by Sarah Dessen, Kasie West, and much, much more. New issues are in for Superman, Batman, The Justice League, The Avengers, and Batgirl. Come check it out! - Ms. Kang
5. Students: Please remember that slime (also known as gak, oobleck, and other names) is not allowed at school. If you are found with slime, it will be confiscated and not returned to you. This substance is messy and causes extra work for our custodians. Take care of Bancroft, Broncos. -- Admin
6. Season of Service Period of Peace: Season of Service Period of Peace is almost over and this year we will celebrate with a Peace Party in the gym Wednesday 3/29! You can turn in your wristbands at the Season of Service table, located at the end of the S Wing today or Monday during lunch to earn an invitation to the party. Remember, you must have earned 5 out of the 6 wristbands to receive an invitation. If you have any questions please see Mr. Mason or Mr. Asper.
7. SOS/POP: Thank you students and teachers for participating in Bronco Time and sending your slogans on Monday to address Religious Intolerance. The top 3 are: Make the right decision, and respect one's religion.; It doesn’t matter what we believe, but what we change.; Don’t leave me in the war. Greet me at the door.; Voting will take place on the patio at lunch on Friday. Last week's student favorite to support "We are the 99%" was "I may not have a lot of money, but I have a rich heart." by Mr. Ramos' class. Congratulations to Mr. Ramos' class. – Mr. Rosenberg
Please remember to take care of yourself, take care of one another and take care of Bancroft! Go Broncos!
Math Acceleration Request
With our transition to Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in Mathematics, we are updating our acceleration pathways and processes. CCSS in Math for 6th-8th grade contain standards previously taught in high school and include increased demands around reading, writing, and demonstration of mathematics concepts and complex problem solving in real world applications. In order for a student to successfully accelerate in mathematics and skip a course, there are many variables that must be considered. These variables include:
- Student Desire to Accelerate
- Teacher Recommendation
- Grades (A grade of “4” in elementary or “A” in secondary over the last year)
- Academic Ability as demonstrated through the following measures:
- Summative CAASPP Results in Mathematics
- Star Reading and Math Results
- Results from the Math Readiness Test
The Math Readiness test will be universally administered to all students in grades 5th, 6th and 7th grades during the last two weeks of the school year. Students identified will be notified about the math acceleration application. If you have questions and want to submit an application before the administration of the Math Readiness test, please complete the form below and provide the required documentation requested to your site principal.
If you have any questions, please contact your site administrator.
Math Acceleration Request Application
Translated applications will be available by March 30th
Board of Education Declares District Campuses As Safe Zones For Families And Students Threatened By Immigration Enforcement
SAN LEANDRO, Calif., February 8, 2017 -- The San Leandro Board of Education last night passed a resolution making all campuses a safe zone for students and their families and reinforced the district’s policy mandating that all immigrant students attending San Leandro schools have equal access to an education regardless of their status or the status of their family members. The resolution was passed unanimously on Tuesday night, followed by applause from a full house of community members, educators, union representatives and students.