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  • 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:

    Summer Programs Incoming Grades 5th-9th

    Ofrecimiento de Programas Para la Escuela de Verano 2017 Para Estudiantes que Ingresarán a los Grados 5- 8 y 9

    升上 5, 6, 7, 8 及 9年級生暑期課程 2017年

    Summer Programs Incoming Grades 10th-12th

    Ofrecimiento de Programas Para la Escuela de Verano Para Estudiantes que Ingresarán a los Grados 10º-12º

    升上10-12年級高中生暑期課程 2017年

    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

    Boys & Girls Club 2017 Summer Camp

    Boys and Girls Club of San Leandro Summer Program Information

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    Wednesday, April 26, 2017


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  • Student Daily Bulletin

    Bronco Star Drawing

    There will be NO SCHOOL next week, Monday April 17-Friday April 21 for Spring Break. School resumes on Monday, April 24.

    Patriotic Message: National Poetry Month Salutes Dylan Thomas
    Born in 1914, Welshman Dylan Thomas left school at age 16 to become a reporter and writer. His most famous poem, "Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night," was published in 1952, but his reputation was solidified years earlier.

    1. Cafeteria Lunch Menu: Lunch today is Italian pasta with meat sauce and Texas garlic toast or a chicken patty. Lunch includes salad bar, seasonal fruit and your choice of milk.

    2. Snack Bar: Starting the Monday after break, the snack bar will be open during break. The items that will be offered are breakfast pizza and cereal. This includes juice, milk and fruit. These items will still be available in the cafeteria as well. Students will not be able to purchase the items that are available during lunch time. – Cafeteria

    3. National Day of Silence: The Friday of the week that we return is our recognition of the National Day of Silence ... which happens a week from today, while we are on Spring Break.  More to be revealed.  Thanks for your patience with us at the entrances this morning. – Mr. Smothermon

    4. Anime Club:  After school today we pick the final viewings of this school year.  Please be ready to vote. – Mr. Smothermon

    5. Friends on Friday:  Still a quiet and safe place to be, just stow your electronics.  Bring a lunch and clean up after yourself.  Happy Friday! – Mr. Smothermon

    6. Mandarin Classes: Students - have you ever thought of learning Chinese?  Did you know that over 1 billion people on the planet speak Chinese?  At Bancroft, there will be a FREE 4 week session about Chinese language and culture.  It starts on May 2 and will be on Tuesday afternoons from 2-3pm. Permission slips are in the office or ask your teachers. Go ahead - try it!   - Counseling office

    7. Students: You will take the yearly standardized tests for Math and English, and 8th graders will take a test for Science, after Spring Break. You need your Student ID card and if you have your own ear buds or headphones. Please be sure you have these items with you at school after Spring Break. A good night's sleep and healthy nutrition will help you do your best on the test. Good luck, Broncos! -- Admin

    8. 8th Grade Promotion Gowns: Please remember to turn in your promotion gown order form into the office as soon as you can - Ms. Rodrigues

    9. Robotics Club: Our Robotics Club will not meet this Friday.  We will start up again after the break. – Mr. Huey
    Please remember to take care of yourself, take care of one another and take care of Bancroft! Go Broncos!


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  • 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:

    1. Student Desire to Accelerate
    2. Teacher Recommendation
    3. Grades (A grade of “4” in elementary or “A” in secondary over the last year)
    4. Academic Ability as demonstrated through the following measures:
      1. Summative CAASPP Results in Mathematics
      2. Star Reading and Math Results
      3. 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

    Solicitud Para Aceleración en Matemáticas


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  • Safe School Zone Resolution and Press Release - Click to Learn More

    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.



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