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Friday, March 16th - A photo on social media depicting a threat of violence via graffiti did not occur at John Muir Middle School, school officials and SLUSD police have confirmed. All students at John Muir Middle School are safe.
San Leandro Unified was one of 447 school districts in the U.S. and Canada selected for the College Board’s AP Honor Roll. Districts were selected based on achieving increases in access to Advanced Placement courses for a broader number of students and also maintaining or improving the rate at which their AP students earned scores of 3 or higher on an AP Exam.
San Leandro Unified School District in partnership with the State of California launched a new, flexible tool allowing the public to see how well students within a district or school are performing on a variety of indicators including test scores, graduation rates, suspension rates, English learner progress and college/career readiness. Looking at more data and more meaningful information helps identify a district or school’s strengths and weaknesses and highlights performance gaps between groups of learners.
San Leandro – Students at McKinley Elementary School will soon have new classroom supplies thanks to a $10,000 donation from Burlington Stores, Inc. in celebration of its new store in San Leandro. The donation will be officially presented to McKinley Principal Grozelia Ward during a school assembly on Wednesday, November 1, at 8:10 am.
Statement from Superintendent McLaughlin on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Announcement
SAN LEANDRO – San Leandro Unified School District (SLUSD) Superintendent Dr. Mike McLaughlin released the following statement regarding the decision on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals:
San Leandro Unified School District joins our colleagues across the state and nation in vigorously opposing the decision announced today to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which allows undocumented immigrants who came to the United States as children to legally remain in the country. I am deeply concerned by the implications of this decision, which impacts 200,000 children in California – many of whom are vibrant and vital members of our San Leandro community. At SLUSD, like many school districts and educational organizations across our nation, we celebrate and honor the unique contributions made by immigrants who work and learn in our schools.
Declaración del Superintendente McLaughlin sobre Anuncio de Acción Diferida Por Llegadas de Niñez (por sus siglas en Inglés DACA)
SAN LEANDRO - El Dr. Mike McLaughlin, superintendente del Distrito Escolar Unificado de San Leandro (SLUSD) publicó la siguiente declaración con respecto a la decisión sobre la Acción Diferida por Llegadas de Niñez
San Leandro - San Leandro students and teachers will all have access to a new, interactive classroom technology thanks to funds raised by the passage of the J1 Bond. Promethean panels will be installed in every classroom in the district by the end of 2017, allowing students and teachers to easily collaborate, share knowledge and actively participate in the classroom learning experience.
HIgh School Diploma & GED Registration
All Applicants Must Preregister ONLINE*
Step 1: Fill out your application by click on the button above.
Step 2: Enroll in one of the orientation.
Step 3: Print your confirmation.*
Step 4: You must bring your confirmation, transcript (new students) and a photo ID to Orientation.
*If you do not have access to a computer and/or a printer, you may come on campus and apply online.
Apply early; space is limited. First Come – First Served!
No children, visitors, or guests are permitted on campus.
Childcare is not available.
Assistance is available in our Transitions Center by APPOINTMENT ONLY!
Please call 510-667-6287, Option 0 (Zero) to schedule an appointment.
Morning English as a Second Language classes are full. No registration is scheduled at this time.
Some of our evening classes are now full. There will be registration for a small number of students on Monday, March 26, at 6:00 p.m. at the Adult School, 1448 Williams Street. Please note that people come early. We will begin at 6 pm. We cannot guarantee to serve everyone who comes.