Breathmobile is back!
Breathmobile is a FREE mobile asthma and allergy clinic. They offer skin tests, treatments, education for parents and students and much more, regardless of your health insurance.
Breathmobile will be here on Feb 11, March 18, April 27, and June 10. For more information about Breathmobile, click HERE or on the picture below!
Brainfuse is a website provided to you by the Alameda County Libraries. Use the number on the back of your library card and get help on your homework Monday - Sunday from 1PM - 10PM!
For more homework help, check out the Homework Club page!
Cancelled due to rain! Will be re-scheduled | Earth Day Carnival
This Friday, April 22
3:30 - 6:00pm
We will have arts and crafts like duct tape wallets, henna hand painting, cheek painting, as well as super cool, recycled art activities made with wine corks, plastic bottles, egg shells and other funky junk!
We will also have a jumper house, sumo wrestling suits, and a rock climbing wall!
The cake walk will be OH SO delicious!!!
And of course we will have carnival games!
Come on out and join the fun!!!
Entry is free and tickets are 25 cents each.
The San Lorenzo Unified School District receives additional funding from the State of California to increase student learning. The funds are allocated based on our enrollment of foster children, English Language Learners, and free and reduced lunch recipients. The District and each school site are required to gather input from staff and parents to develop a Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) to wisely spend the money to further students’ education. We need your feedback on what we should start doing, continue doing, and stop doing in the four target areas listed below:
We are very interested in what you have to say! Please mark your calendar and plan to attend the meetings:
LCAP Informational Meeting –discussion regarding how the funds may be used and a description of how they have been spent in the past years
February 3 @ 7:00pm --- SSC (LCAP Information Session as part of the meeting)
February 11 @ 7:00pm--- ELAC (LCAP Information Session as part of the meeting)
LCAP Input Meeting—your opportunity to provide feedback on the priorities you feel should be funded for the 2016-17 school year
March 3 @ 7:00pm --- Joint SSC/ELAC Meeting
(Input into how to spend LCAP money for the 2016-17 year)
Again, your feedback is vital to helping us provide a quality education for your child. We hope to see you at the meetings!
Bohannon Middle School
El Distrito Escolar Unificado de San Lorenzo recibe financiación adicional del Estado de California para aumentar el aprendizaje del estudiante. Los fondos se asignan en base a nuestra matrícula de los niños adoptivos, Aprendices del Idioma Inglés, y los destinatarios de almuerzo gratis oa precio reducido. El Distrito y cada escuela están obligados a recoger las aportaciones de personal y los padres para desarrollar un Plan de Responsabilidad Local Control (LCAP) para gastar sabiamente el dinero a la educación más estudiantes. Necesitamos sus comentarios sobre lo que deberíamos empezar a hacer, seguir haciendo, y dejar de hacer en las cuatro áreas de intervención se indican a continuación:
Estamos muy interesados en lo que tiene que decir! Por favor marque su calendario y un plan para asistir a las reuniones:
-Discusión Reunión Informativa LCAP respecto a cómo se pueden utilizar los fondos y una descripción de la forma en que se han gastado en los últimos años
03 de febrero @ 19:00 --- SSC (LCAP sesión informativa en el marco de la reunión)
11 de febrero @ 19:00 --- ELAC (LCAP sesión informativa en el marco de la reunión)
Reunión de la LCAP entrada oportunidad de proporcionar información sobre las prioridades que usted siente debe ser financiado por el año escolar 2016-17
03 de marzo @ 19:00 --- Reunión Conjunta SSC / ELAC
(Entrada en cómo gastar el dinero LCAP para el 2016-17 años)
Una vez más, su opinión es vital para ayudar a proporcionar una educación de calidad para su hijo. ¡Espero verte allí!
Director de escuela
Bohannon Middle School
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Local Control Accountability Plan
Help Bohannon Spend Money!
As many of you have heard, the San Lorenzo Unified School District will be receiving additional funds from the state of California. As part of the process, the district and each school-site are required to gather input from staff and parents to develop a plan (Local Control Accountability Plan- LCAP) to wisely spend the money to further our students’ education. We want your feedback on what we should start doing, continue doing, and stop doing in the four target areas listed below:
We are very interested in what you have to say! Please take a few moments to let us know your thoughts on the programs and services we offer. There are two separate LCAP surveys, one for the DISTRICT and for BOHANNON, because there are programs and services offered by both entities. For example, the district offers the Parent Project, but Bohannon offers PIQE (Parent Institute for Quality Education). Thank you for taking time to complete the survey for both Bohannon and the District! Use the links below to complete the survey:
Your input is invaluable and will help us shape the plan that will take us into the next generation of standards, testing and student achievement.
Yours in Education,
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BMS is on Instagram!
You can now follow Bohannon Middle School on Instagram @BohannonMiddleSchool, or click the icon here!
Anyone can take this practice test to experience the new test. You do not need any information to log in. The system will not maintain your progress, scores, or save any answers. This is only for students, their families and the education community to experience what the test will look, feel, and be like.
What's The Field Test? 6 minute video
Let's Talk Universal Tools. 14 minute video
2015 CAASPP Resources
Thank You San Lorenzo!
School Accountability Report Card
SARC en Español
Library Now Open
The library is open for business! Check out the library page HERE for additional details.
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