SLUSD Wants To Hear From You!
Do you have opinions on how the San Leandro Unified School District spends money but don’t know how to take action? Join us at one of our upcoming Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) community forums to have your say! These events provide the district leadership team with crucial feedback regarding the current state of the district. These dialogues are an incredible learning opportunity for the superintendent and other district staff to listen and learn about how parents and community members are feeling about SLUSD schools at the elementary, middle and high school levels. In fact, much of the feedback informs decision making for SLUSD. Translation, childcare, refreshments will be provided at all meetings.
Monday, February 11
John Muir Middle School Library
6:30pm - 8:00pm (English)
Wednesday, February 13
Bancroft Middle School Library
6:30pm - 8:00pm (English)
Tuesday, February 26
Monroe Elementary Library
6:30pm - 8:00pm (Chinese)
Thursday, February 28
Washington Elementary Library
6:30pm - 8:00pm (Spanish)
Saturday, March 2
Barbara Lee Center for Health and Wellness
9:00am - 10:30am (English)
Wednesday, February 20, 2019
** ANYONE REPORTING TO BANCROFT PLEASE REPORT TO THE OFFICE**
Good Morning Broncos,
This is the BMS Morning Show for Thursday February 14, 2019
Inspirational Message: “To be loved, be lovable.”- Ovid
Bronco Motto Message: Broncos, Take Care of One Another: Use your Manners by saying “please, thank you, excuse me, and I’m sorry,” with each other.
- Cafeteria Lunch Menu: Lunch today is oven roasted chicken with BBQ sauce or a Baja fish stick with an oven roasted corn roll. Lunch includes salad bar, seasonal fruit and your choice of milk.
- Bancroft Read-A-Thon: We are halfway through the reading competition and Bancroft is crushing it! In the 8th grade Ms. Jones's 5th period class is in the lead, Mr. Macias's period 5 class leads the 7th grade with 4,525 pages read, while Mr. Fox's 6th grade period 5 class is dominating with 9,775 pages read! Keep reading and earn a pizza party for your class! Special shout-outs go to our top readers: Isaiah Guskin, Derrick New-win, Jasmine Yew-en, and Ben Pearcy. –Mr. Fox
- No One Eats Alone Day: Due to the rain, No One Eats Alone Day will be cancelled tomorrow and moved to Friday, March 1st. Lets hope for better weather. Thank you for those who had prepared an activity, and I am sorry for the inconvenience.-The Counseling Department
- Robotics Club: Our Robotics Club meets this Friday after school in classroom S-1 from 3:05-4:00. We are working on building programmable cars with electric circuits and computer coding. Remember to use CodeHS on your own to improve your skills. Remember to let Mr. Huey know if you can't make it. –Mr. Huey
- Magic Club: This week we have a tight race: tied for fourth are Tavi Evans and Juan Marquez while tied for second are Benji Huey and Max Morgan. Who will emerge victorious? See you at lunch and after school in P1! - Mr. Fox
- Bancroft Musical Theater: Bancroft Musical Theatre has started. Rehearsals take place on Wednesdays from 2:15-4:15. Please sign up using the link on the school website! –Admin
- Movie Club: Today's the day! Come by room 207 to get your pass. Only 30 spots available! We'll start Spiderman: Homecoming 5-10 minutes into lunch! Only 30 spots available! –Ms. Passmore
- Kayak polo: Want to learn how to roll a kayak? Registration is now open for the spring season. Practices will be at the high school pool on Thursdays from 7-9pm starting February 28th. Plus, it's FREE! Limited spots, so sign up soon! Flyers are in the office or see Mr. Hargreaves in G5 for questions. –Mr. Hargreaves
- Bronco Award Club: The BRONCO AWARD CLUB will meet today after school in room S2 from 3:15 - 4:15. Come see what the excitement is all about!-Mr. Asper
- Study Center: Students, the Student Study Center will be open today from 3:15-4:15. 6th graders will meet in room 102 and 8th graders will meet in room 105. See you there. –The Counseling Department
- Bronco Star Drawing: Students, if you have received any bronco stars, come drop them off in the office into the treasure chest in order to win a prize tomorrow morning. We will be raffling off gift certificates for the Bronco Store. –Admin
- Rules: Students, gum and seeds are not allowed at school. Also, please do not overstuff you’re your lockers and make sure the straps to your backpacks are in you locker before you walk away.-Admin
Please remember to take care of yourself, take care of one another and take care of Bancroft! Go Broncos!
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Students from John Muir Middle School in partnership with the San Leandro Education Foundation (SLED) have been preparing for the holidays by giving back to their community. Students collected over $3,000 in cash donations which were used to purchase gift cards, clothing, toys, blankets, and other holiday items for 22 John Muir families in need.
At Tuesday night’s SLUSD school board meeting, the members of the Measure I Steering Committee were presented with special recognition awards for helping secure overwhelming community support to restore essential school funding and protect the quality of education in the district’s schools. Measure I was approved by voters with a 75.08% approval rate, which is one of the largest percentages of “yes” votes in the district’s history.