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  • Good Morning Broncos,


    This is the BMS Morning Show for Tuesday, February 14, 2018


    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.


    1. Cafeteria Lunch Menu: Lunch today is cheese or pepperoni pizza. Lunch includes salad bar, seasonal fruit and your choice of milk.


    1. Clubs Meeting Today: No clubs will be meeting today. Rainbow Club is cancelled.


    1. Bancroft Black History Trivia: The question of the day is: Arthur Ashe was a famous what?


    1. THIS WEEK IN SPORTS: The boys and girls soccer teams start league play this week. The boys will travel this week while the girl’s team host Cesar Chavez on Thursday, on the Bancroft field. The wrestling team also will have their first of three home matches on Thursday as they take on Itliong Vera Cruz in our gym. All events start at 4pm-Mr Sorensen


    1. Pennies for Patients: “Great job Broncos.  So far, we have raised $622.37 for the Leukemia Society.  In the 2nd week, can we break $1000?" Donate to Pennies for Patients today. –Mr. Murphy


    1. Food Allergies- Students please be aware that there are students on campus with serious allergies to food. Please take care of one another, and keep all food you bring from home, or receive in the cafeteria to yourself.  Thanks, Admin.


    1. Friendship Dance: Tickets for Friday’s Friendship Dance are now on sale at lunch for only $3.00. Come check out our special guest, DJ High top, and the professional photo booth! Enjoy great music, food, fun, and games and help make Bancroft a friendlier place! Please remember: students with referrals this week will be ineligible to attend. No refunds will be made.


    Please remember to take care of yourself, take care of one another and take care of Bancroft! Go Broncos



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  • Bronco Star Drawing Winners

    For Friday 2/16/2018

    Each 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:
    • Jorge B.
    • Perla G.
    • Maeve C.
    • Tahsiya H.
    • Estevan G.
    • Isela P.
    • Sandra O.
    • Jonathan C.
    • Kimmora A,
    • Henry S.
    • Cesar G.
    • Neo O.
    • Haneen A.
    • Jasmine K.
    • Penitani N.

    Congratulations, Broncos, and thanks for showing your Bronco pride!

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  • Bancroft Musical Theatre will start up after the break! 


    Introductory classes to learn more about the musical and the new program: 

    January, 29, 2018, from 3:15-5:15
    January 31, 2018, from 2:15-4:15
    We will be performing Spamalot Young @part Edition with two casts. Practices will be on Mondays and every other Friday for one cast and Wednesdays and every other Friday for the other cast. Each cast will have three performances in May the weekend of May 18-20
    Stay tuned for information about an upcoming parent meeting. 
    More about Spamalot
    Book & Lyrics by Eric Idle, Music by John Du Prez & Eric Idle
    This version of the 2005 Tony Award winning musical, Spamalot, is designed  specifically for middle school actors of all kinds! The story centers around King Arthur and his search for the Holy Grail. After a rather silly bit of miscommunication leads us briefly to Finland, our king and his ever faithful squire Patsy begin to search for knights to accompany him on his Quest. He finds his first in the unlikely guise of Dennis, a hideous local mud farmer. After convincing the locals that he is the king by conjuring the Lady of Lake to prove it, Dennis is transformed into Sir Galahad. The rest of the knights are found far and wide and The Lady of the Lake and her Laker Girls, send our stalwart band on their way. They meet up with an unforgettable slew of outrageously kooky characters and musical hilarity ensues as Arthur and the Knights make their journey.
    More about Bay Area Children’s Theatre Educational Programs
    BACT’s theatre education program gives youth opportunities to learn the art and craft of theatre, gain performance skills, build self-confidence, and shine as part of a team. Our after-school classes and camps throughout the Bay Area range from introductory theatre experiences to full-scale productions. Our specialty is “triple threat” musical theatre—singing, dancing and acting. We believe, and we tell parents, that theatre education prepares students for success in the world ahead. BACT students gain the skills and the confidence to stand tall, speak up and sing out. They learn what it takes to create an entire show. And—just as in sports—they participate in defining and achieving goals as a member of a well-trained, well-prepared team. BACT teaching artists are highly regarded for their professional skills, their rapport with students of all backgrounds, and their emphasis on goal-setting, self-discipline, teamwork—and fun!
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  • Safe School Zone Resolution and Press Release - Click to Learn More

    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.



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