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    Please keep an eye out for the form that was distributed to your student on 1/9/19

    They are due back to the MAIN OFFICE BY 2/1/19!

    English form here

    Forma en espanol aqui


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  • NEXT PRINCIPAL CHAT/ proxima charla: 1/23/19

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    • January 23rd
    • February 6th

    *All chats are on a Wednesday in room A-3*

    *Todas las charlas son en un Miercoles en el salon A-3


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  • Scholarship Money 1Scholarship Money





    The Youth Opportunity Scholarship Program is up and running now!

    Your middle school student can apply to get up to $250 to pay for any extra curricular enrichment activity or sport outside of school. This is a way for your child to participate in  what they want but costs money. It must be an organization and NOT a private person. Each student can renew their scholarship ONE time, which makes it a total of $500 in Scholarship money. Please click on the link below  for more infomation and the application. You can print and fill them out but please turn them into the main office, to be placed in my mailbox.

    any questions please contact Mrs. Vega


    Applications in 3 languages here! 



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    Subjects & Grade Level





    Mon & Thurs 3-4 pm


    IEP Students


    Tues & Wed 2-3 pm


    ELD Students


    Tues & Wed 2-3 pm



    *Check with your child’s teacher about tutoring during their office hours*




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    CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE 18-19 Yearbook

    *Please select teacher Jasmine Vega*


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  • Need food support?


    Check out This website will help locate any food pantry in Alameda County. 
    Please follow these steps:
    • Click on the green tab "I Need Food today"
    • It will say no results found, just press ok
    • Scroll down
    • Enter any Zip Code (if enter 94577, you will see our location BLC on the list)
    • Click Search


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    Come pick up FREE food and fresh produce 

    Open to the public

    Choose the food you like

    Bring your own bag!

    The person must be here to pick up food

    Venga ha recoger comida gratis y productos frescos

    Abierto al publico

    Escoja la comida que le guste 

    !traiga su propia bolsa!

    La persona tiene que estar presente para recoger comida

    Barbara Lee Center for Health and Wellness

    2251 Bancroft Ave, San Leandro, CA. 94578

    English dates & fechas en espanol



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  • Student Cell Phone/ Personal Electronic Device Policy

    Please note that we are asking that ALL cell phones and personal electronic devices are turned off and locked away during school hours. Any devices that are not locked away will be confiscated. We are not responsible for lost or stolen devices. Thank you for your support!


    Poliza de celular/y electronicos personales

     Porfavor anote que le estamos que TODOS los celulares y electronicos personales esten apagados y guardados durante las horas escolares. Cual quiere electronico  que no este guardado sera confiscado. Nosotros no somos responsables por electronicos perdidos o robados. Gracias por su apoyo





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