The Bay Area Air Quality Management District is forecasting moderate air quality levels for Monday, October 16th. The forecast indicates that the air quality will remain at this improved level. Outdoor activities, including PE and sporting events, may take place as usual. We are asking staff to carefully watch for students who may continue to be sensitive to the smoke in the air. If there are any changes in the forecast, we will provide another update.
Thank you for your patience as we continue to monitor the situation.
Saturday, October 21, 2017
This is the BMS Morning Show for
Friday October 20, 2017
Inspirational Message: “What you do every day matters more than what you do every once in a while.” -Unknown.
Bronco Motto Message: Broncos Take Care of Bancroft: Please walk around campus: run only on the field, track, or in the gym.
- Cafeteria Lunch Menu: Lunch today is taco sticks or a chicken sandwich. Lunch includes salad bar, seasonal fruit and your choice of milk.
- Black Student Union:BSU will be selling treats after school today in front of the mural. - Ms. Jones
- Slime:Students, slime is not allowed on campus. If we see the slime it will be confiscated. Please keep your slime at home. Thanks! –Admin
- Rubik’s Cube Club: Want to learn how to solve a Rubik’s cube? Then come to room 106 during lunch today. Don’t forget to bring your cubes! –Mr. Lopes
- RoboticsClub: Our Robotics Club meets this Friday after school in classroom S-1 from 3:05-4:00. If you are interested in inventing and building things, electric circuits, and computer coding, come see what we are about. The field trip to the Mini-Maker Faire this weekend is now full. For now the club will be limited to the first 20 who come and commit to coming consistently and learning. There are only a couple spaces left in the club. We will continue meeting every Friday after school at the same time. Please let Mr. Huey know if you cannot make it.
- Art Club:Art Club meets every Friday at lunch in room 104. If you want to create and share art, please stop by! –Mrs. Colt
- Friendson Friday: Friends on Friday will be closed to encourage all to "not eat alone" ... if you'd like to have lunch with Mr. Smothermon, he will be with the Rainbow Club table, where ever that may be.- Mr. Smothermon
- Anime Club:Anime Club must be postponed until next Friday ... and that will be two full hours. I'll bring some snacks. –Mr. Smothermon
- Red Ribbon Week:Hey Broncos, next week is Red Ribbon week! The Red Ribbon Campaign is the oldest and largest drop prevention program in the nation, reaching millions of young people every year! Listen to morning announcements for facts and statistics about how deadly tobacco is. On Friday next week, you can come out to the patio for a chance to win some prizes.-AVID
- Movie Club:No club today! Eat lunch with someone new and connect over your love of movies! Bring them to club on Monday to watch Spider-Man Homecoming. –Mrs.Passmore
- No One Eats Alone: Hello everyone, today is No One Eats Alone Day. We will be celebrating in the patio with games, music, and our annual club rush. Please join us in the patio and enjoy this time with your fellow classmates. -The Counseling Department
- Haunted Maze:Hey students, did you know that next week there will be a haunted maze and game evening? For $3.00 you can go through the haunted maze, watch a movie, and play a bunch of games. You can buy snacks and hang out with your friends. Tickets are for sale next week in the patio. –Mrs. Carter
Please remember to take care of yourself, take care of one another and take care of Bancroft! Go Broncos!!
Bronco Star Drawing Winners
For Friday 10/06/2017Each Friday we hold a drawing for Bronco Star recipients. Bronco Stars are given to students for demonstrating our motto, Take Care of Yourself, Take Care of One Another, Take Care of Bancroft. This week our Bronco Star Winners are:
- Francisco S.
- Carla G.
- Citlaly F.
- David P.
- Anthony P.
- Daniella C.
- Sabrina H.
- Nicholas R.
- Viridiana G.
- Estaban G.
Congratulations, Broncos, and thanks for showing your Bronco pride!
Eat, Move, Win!
Class for Middle School Students
Barbara Lee Center for Health and Wellness
2251 Bancroft Ave (across the street from San Leandro High School)
San Leandro 510-618-4470
Anita Waldron, Health Educator
Eat, Move, Win is a six- week class that will include:
1. a healthy snack, (EAT)
2. activities including stretch, core conditioning, and correct use of exercise equipment including the BLC fitness machines (MOVE)
3.Nutrition education to include healthy eating choices, support to change unhealthy eating habits, and discussion about the culture of food/drink in the teenage world. (WIN)
2:45-4pm- October 4, 11, 18, 25 and November 1, 8
Gym shoes required
Use the link below to sign up. Class limit 20
Barbara Lee Center for Health and Wellness/Centro de Salud y Bienestar Barbara Lee
2251 Bancroft Ave (al frente de San Leandro High School)
San Leandro 510-618-4470
Anita Waldron, Educadora de Salud
Come, Muévete y Gana es una clase de seis semanas que incluirá:
1. Un refrigerio saludable, (COME)
2. Actividades que incluyen estiramiento, acondicionamiento y el
uso correcto de la maquinaria de ejercicios del BLC (MUEVETE)
3. Educación de la Nutrición que incluye opciones para alimentos saludables, ayuda con el cambio de hábitos alimenticios no saludables y charlas sobre la cultura de los alimentos y bebidas en el mundo de los adolescentes. (GANA)
(6 sesiones) 2:45-4pm- Octubre 4, 11, 18, 25 y Noviembre 1, 8
Se requiere zapatos atléticos
Utiliza el enlace a continuación para inscribirte. Limite de cupos 20
Barbara Lee Center for Health and Wellness 芭芭李健康及保健中心
2251 Bancroft Ave ( 在高中对面)
San Leandro 510-618-4470
Anita Waldron, 健康教育家
1. 健康小吃 (吃)
星期三，2:45-4pm， 10月 4, 11, 18, 25日及 11月 1, 8日
用以下連線報名. 班名額 20 人
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.