Further Information from the Superintendent about Novel Coronavirus
Dear SLUSD Families,
The San Leandro Unified School District is working with the Alameda County Public Health Department to closely monitor the impact of the novel coronavirus. To date, there are no confirmed cases in Alameda County.
That being said, SLUSD is following the guidelines from ACPHD to monitor and implement recommendations regarding students and families who have recently traveled to and from China. For the latest information on those guidelines, please visit the ACPHD situation update at http://www.acphd.org/2019-ncov.aspx.
The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) reports that influenza, or the flu, activity levels have increased over the past several weeks. Please follow best practices in preventing the spread of flu. The health and well being of our students and families is our primary concern in San Leandro Unified.
Mike McLaughlin, Ed.D
Superintendent, San Leandro Unified School District
Tuesday, February 18, 2020
** ANYONE REPORTING TO BANCROFT PLEASE REPORT TO THE OFFICE**
Good Morning Broncos,
This is the BMS Morning Show for
Tuesday February 11, 2020
Inspirational Message: “You have power over your mind – not outside events. Realize this and you will find strength.” –Marcus Aurelius
Bronco Motto Message: Broncos Take Care of Yourself: Please do not eat or drink in the buildings.
- Cafeteria Lunch Menu: Lunch today is Asian chicken & rice or buffalo popcorn chicken & potato wedge bowl. Lunch includes salad bar, seasonal fruit, and your choice of milk.
- Students: Right now is a great time to turn off your phones. Thank you. –Admin
- Study Center: Students, the StudyCenter will happen today from 3:15-4:15. Math Intervention for 6th graders will meet in room 210, 7th graders in room 203, and 8th graders in room 206. Any other subject will meet in the library. –The Counseling Department
- Magic Club: Magic Club will meet today at lunch AND after school in room 108. –Mr. Fox
- Girls Volleyball: Open gym for 7th graders will be Thursday 2/13 2:30-5 and for 6th graders it will be Friday 2/14 3:30-5pm. –Coach Waller & Tina
- Simpson Club: Simpson Club will meet today in S-6. We give you sixty seconds after the rush to settle in to watch an episode. Be there or not! The choice is yours. –Mr. Smothermon
- Jigsaw Puzzle, Coloring and Card Clubs: Do you want a nice place to eat lunch, chill, and do an activity? Come work on a jigsaw puzzle, color on a giant coloring poster or learnt to play some fun card games. Join me (Ms. Colt) today in room 104. Swing by at the start of lunch to get a pass. Be there or be square! –Ms. Colt
- Makers’ Space: Students, Makers’ Space will meet today after school. –Ms. Kuang
- 8th Grade Gown Orders: ALL 8th graders please turn in your order form in the office, especially if you a borrowing a gown. Thank you! –Office
Please remember to take care of yourself, take care of one another and take care of Bancroft! Go Broncos!!
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Did you know...
- Regular school attendance has a significant impact on student academic success starting as early as kindergarten.
- Poor attendance can influence whether children read proficiently by the end of third grade.
- By 6th grade, chronic absence becomes a leading indicator that a student will drop out of high school.
Families play a key role in reducing chronic absenteeism by getting students to school on time every day. Here are a few ways to help ensure good attendance for your students.
- Establish regular evening and morning routines
- Send your student to school every day unless they are truly sick
- Schedule appointments and vacation during school breaks or outside of school hours
- Have a backup plan to get your student to school in case of unexpected events
- Monitor your student’s attendance with Aeries
Remember, we are here to help. Reach out to your student’s teacher, principal, or the office manager if you need support getting your student to school on time every day.
Sabia usted que...
- La asistencia regular a la escuela tiene un impacto significativo en el éxito académico de los estudiantes desde el jardín de infantes.
- La baja asistencia puede influir en si los niños leen de manera competente al final del tercer grado.
- Para el sexto grado, la ausencia crónica se convierte en un indicador principal de que un estudiante abandonará la escuela secundaria.
Las familias juegan un papel clave en la reducción del absentismo crónico al llevar a los estudiantes a la escuela a tiempo todos los días. Aquí hay algunas maneras de ayudar a asegurar una buena asistencia para su estudiante.
- Establecer rutinas regulares de tarde y mañana
- Envíe a su estudiante a la escuela todos los días a menos que esté realmente enfermo
- Programe citas y vacaciones durante las vacaciones escolares o fuera del horario escolar
- Tenga un plan de respaldo para llevar a su estudiante a la escuela en caso de eventos inesperados
- Monitoree la asistencia de su estudiante con Aeries
Recuerde, estamos aquí para ayudar. Comuníquese con el maestro, el director o la secretaria de la oficina de su estudiante si necesita ayuda para llevar a su estudiante a la escuela a tiempo todos los días.
📰 SLUSD Latest News
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.
The just-released 2019 California Department of Education School Dashboard for the San Leandro Unified School District shows notable areas of success for the district from the past year.
SAN LEANDRO, CA: The San Leandro Unified School Board has received a distinguished, highly competitive California School Boards Association (CSBA) Golden Bell Award for significantly increasing access and equity in Advanced Placement programs at San Leandro High School. SLUSD was one of only 52 school districts in California to receive this annual award, out of several thousand entries from across the state.
San Leandro Unified School District is pleased to announce the 19th Annual Inclusive Schools Week will be celebrated December 2-6, 2019, throughout the district’s classrooms, schools, and communities. This year, the Inclusive Schools Week’s theme is “Charting the Course for Inclusive Schools.”
The San Leandro School Board of Trustees unanimously approved a resolution to place a $198 million dollar bond measure on the March 2020 Presidential Primary election ballot during their board meeting on Tuesday, November 5, 2019.
The recent release of the California Assessment of Students Performance and Progress (CAASPP) Summary Report has highlighted some significant signs of positive growth for San Leandro Unified students. SLUSD showed the most improvement in math scores of all school districts in Alameda County, with an overall increase of 3.1% of students meeting or exceeding California state standards. English Language Arts (ELA) scores are also on the rise throughout the district, with an overall increase of 4%.
On Friday, October 11, San Leandro Unified Superintendent Dr. Mike McLaughlin delivered his annual State of the District address to a packed house in the San Leandro High School gymnasium. With the current school year marking the end of a three-year improvement plan, McLaughlin’s speech featured impressive academic achievements and facilities enhancements.
San Leandro Unified School District has named Mr. Lawrence Simon as the new Chief Technology Officer for the district.
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