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  • May 14, 2020 

    Dear SLUSD Community, 

    As you may be aware, Governor Newsom released the May Revision to the current California budget today. Alongside every school superintendent in Alameda County, and across California, we have been preparing to translate what a stark financial forecast means for our children. We know that California already ranks among the lowest in educational funding. With the budget reductions shared today, schools are being asked to accomplish an increasingly daunting task, but these numbers are an essential step in reopening our schools. 

    The school board and I, with support from district leadership, will drill down to determine what this budget means for San Leandro Unified. Through our contingency planning for next year, we already knew that the social distancing and safety criteria outlined for reopening schools would require substantial additional funding. Coupled with significant budget reductions, I can already tell you that the fall of 2020 will look very different than previous years.  

    We plan to host a school board workshop to discuss our proposals to reopen our schools and how this budget will affect those proposals. We will be asking for your input through a variety of formats as we move closer to finalizing our next steps. Our best collective thinking to create the right solution for our community will be critical in the coming weeks.

    In SLUSD, I have no doubt that the team we have in place are the right people to do this work. The fundamental question for us all continues to be how will we effectively support student learning and ensure everyone’s safety while staying aligned with the scientific facts regarding COVID-19. As we have since the closure began, we will keep you informed and involved through each step of the process.

    Sincerely,

    Dr. Mike McLaughlin

    SLUSD Superintendent

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  • SLUSD End of School Events Update 

    Dear SLUSD Community, 

    As I have shared in my previous messages, much uncertainty still remains about what school will be required to look like when we return. The suggestions Governor Newsom recently been put forth, including an earlier start to the school year, demand significantly more funding and resources than public schools are currently allocated. Changes to the school calendar would have to be carefully considered and approved by our key stakeholders, including our staff and our families. These suggestions become even more challenging when we have been told to prepare for possible reductions in funding due to the statewide financial impacts of the pandemic. Nevertheless, we continue to plan and prepare as much as we can. I look forward to sharing detailed answers for next year as soon as we are better able to determine what solution will best ensure safety and health in San Leandro Unified.

    In the meantime, we do have some answers about important end-of-year events. Since our closure began, finding ways to recognize our graduating class of 2020 has been a high priority for us. Commencement events are momentous milestones that honor the achievements of our children and the adults who love and support them. But given current public health mandates, coming together in person simply isn’t possible. As much as we would love to plan for a rescheduled date in the future, we have been given no clear indication of when that date could be.

    Despite those limitations, our school year is ending and we are planning to recognize our students in the best way we can. We are pleased to announce that we have partnered with a nationwide company that organizes high-quality virtual graduations and school promotions. These events will happen on the originally scheduled dates, with some significant preparation still required, so look for information from your school’s principal for details on how to participate. We are also providing lawn/window signs to our graduates’ families to show their pride for this very significant accomplishment. 

    Know that we do not see these virtual ceremonies as true replacements for traditional graduations or promotions. However, we do hope these events will provide a celebratory moment of closure to the school year. We will keep looking for ways to celebrate as a community when we are able to safely do so. 

    If any student still needs a computer or is still struggling to connect virtually, please reach out to your school site leaders for immediate assistance. SLUSD has distributed well over 4000 devices to date and will check out a device to any student who needs one. I hope you are safe, well, and staying connected to your schools. Everyone in SLUSD is here and available to support.

    Sincerely,

    Mike McLaughlin, Ed.D.

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  • Roosevelt Elementary School

    951 Dowling Blvd., San Leandro CA 94577

    510-618-4350

    Mr. David Kumamoto - Principal

    Chris Lucero - Office Manager

    Lynne Kruger - Office Clerk

    Laura Ordonez - Parent Facilitator

     


     

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  • mental health

     

    SLUSD Partners with CareSolace for a SIMPLE, FAST and SAFE Tool for Mental Health Support

    In our continued effort to support the health and wellness needs of our community,

    the San Leandro Unified School District is excited to announce our new partnership with

    Care Solace -  the largest online database of mental health services in California.

    This free, confidential service allows students, families, and staff to access local mental health

    programs and counseling services that have been vetted by

    Care Solace to ensure accreditation, safety, and accessibility.

    Care Solace has a live 24/7 concierge line to assist individuals in finding local mental health-related programs and services. 

    Care Solace does not require a user’s name, address, phone number, or date of birth.

    Access to this service is now available at caresolace.com/slusdfamilies

     

     

     

    SLUSD se asocia con CareSolace para proveer una herramienta

    SIMPLE, RÁPIDA y SEGURA para el apoyo de salud mental

     

    En nuestro esfuerzo continuo por apoyar las necesidades de salud y bienestar de nuestra comunidad,

    el Distrito Escolar Unificado de San Leandro se complace en anunciar nuestra nueva asociación con

    Care Solace, la mayor base de datos en línea de servicios de salud mental en California.

    Este servicio gratuito y confidencial permite a los estudiantes, las familias y el personal acceder

    a programas locales de salud mental y servicios de asesoramiento que han sido investigados por

    Care Solace para garantizar la acreditación, la seguridad y la accesibilidad.

    Care Solace tiene una línea de conserjería las 24 horas del día, los 7 días de la semana para ayudar

    a las personas a encontrar programas y servicios locales relacionados con la salud mental.

    Care Solace no requiere el nombre, la dirección, el número de teléfono o la fecha de nacimiento de un usuario.

    El acceso a este servicio ahora está disponible en

    caresolace.com/slusdfamilies

     

     

     

    SLUSD與CareSolace合作提供簡單,快捷和安全的精神健康支援工具

     

    為了繼續支援社區的身心健康需求,San Leandro 聯合校區很高興宣布與精神健康服務機構

    Care Solace建立新的合作夥伴關係。Care Solace是加州最大的網上數據精神健康服務組織。這項免費,

    保密的服務讓學生,家庭和工作人員可以接觸和諮詢本地的精神健康服務計劃,經由Care Solace審核以確保認證,安全和可及性。

    Care Solace設有24/7每天24小時的熱線服務,幫助個人找到與本地精神健康相關的計劃和服務。

    Care Solace不問使用者的姓名,地址,電話號碼或出生日期。

    點擊登入這服務的網頁 caresolace.com/slusdfamilies

     

     


     

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📰 SLUSD Latest News

  • Message from Superintendent McLaughlin on California’s May Budget Revision

    Message from Superintendent McLaughlin on California’s May Budget Revision

    As you may be aware, Governor Newsom released the May Revision to the current California budget today. Alongside every school superintendent in Alameda County, and across California, we have been preparing to translate what a stark financial forecast means for our children. We know that California already ranks among the lowest in educational funding. With the budget reductions shared today, schools are being asked to accomplish an increasingly daunting task, but these numbers are an essential step in reopening our schools.

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  • SLUSD Announces Virtual Commencement Events

    SLUSD Announces Virtual Commencement Events

    With the end of the school year approaching quickly for San Leandro Unified schools, virtual commencement events are announced.

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  • SLUSD Closure Update - School Facilities Closed For the Remainder of the School Year

    SLUSD Closure Update - School Facilities Closed For the Remainder of the School Year

    From the onset of this public health crisis, we have pledged not to reopen our school buildings until it is safe to do so. Today, with that important reality in mind, Alameda County Superintendent of Schools, L. Karen Monroe stated that all K-12 schools in Alameda County will remain closed for in-person instruction for the rest of the 2019-20 school year to protect the health of our students, staff, and our entire community.

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  • SLUSD Closure Update 3.25.20 - School Facilities Closed Through May 1

    SLUSD Closure Update 3.25.20 - School Facilities Closed Through May 1

    As we have anticipated, the closure period for SLUSD schools has been extended through May 1 to continue critical steps necessary to protect our students and staff from the rapidly developing public health crisis confronting our community. This was a unified, regional decision by local public health agencies and county superintendents to extend school closures to slow the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) to the maximum extent. Under this current order, SLUSD schools are projected to reopen on Monday, May 4.

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  • SLUSD Closure Update 3.18.20

    SLUSD Closure Update 3.18.20


    My staff and I continue to do our utmost to support our community through this difficult, distressing, and very uncertain time. Staying connected in any way possible is more important than ever as we are required to adapt our social structures to ensure everyone’s safety. Additionally, we are receiving guidance from state officials that indicates our closure period may be significantly longer than anticipated. As we learn more about what that could look like for SLUSD, we are planning to update you weekly. However, we are also committed to updating you more frequently as it will likely become necessary.

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  • All SLUSD Schools Closed from Monday, March 16 to April 3

    All SLUSD Schools Closed from Monday, March 16 to April 3


    After much deliberation with our neighboring school districts, and out of an abundance of concern for all members of our community, we have decided to take strong preventative action by closing all SLUSD schools to students beginning Monday, March 16 to April 3. In order to minimize disruption to student learning, Spring Break will be moved up to the week of March 30. School will resume on April 6. Please note this is a change from our current district calendar.

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  • SLUSD Non-Essential Events Postponed Through April 13 – Schools Remain Open

    SLUSD Non-Essential Events Postponed Through April 13 – Schools Remain Open

    We are sharing the most updated information regarding developments with COVID-19 as it relates to our community. As anticipated, the Alameda County Public Health Department (ACPHD) announced new recommendations and guidance to protect residents from the increased possibility of community transmission. Additionally, the California Department of Public Health issued recommendations for the postponement of all non-essential gatherings in coordination with guidance from the California Governor’s office.

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  • COVID-19 Planning and Prevention in SLUSD

    COVID-19 Planning and Prevention in SLUSD

    As questions regarding COVID-19 continue to increase, I am providing you with an update of our preparation for keeping schools, students, and employees safe. Currently, the situation for San Leandro Unified remains unchanged and we have not been asked to alter any of our operations at this time.

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