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Alameda County

Programs and Services  for Hayward Youth and Families (courtesy of the Office of Alameda County Supervisor Nadia Lockyer, Second District) 

We are extremely fortunate to have many services and programs dedicated to Hayward youth and their families. It is clear our youth are a priority. Hayward has a plethora of youth services including youth leadership programs, school-based health centers, sports and recreation programs, violence prevention efforts and law enforcement outreach...

This Reference Guide is a tool to assist you and your agency in improving collaboration with others dedicated to Hayward youth. It can be used to develop new partnerships and serve as a resource when directly serving youth and families.  

- Excerpted from the Programs and Services For Hayward Youth and Families Guide

Awards for 2013-14

Parents are invited to celebrate the students' success!

Assemblies for Awards will be held on the following dates (always Wednesday):

  • Nov. 20 (Qtr 1)
  • Feb. 12 (Qtr 2)
  • Apr. 30 (Qtr 3)- Tentative

Please, join us to support our kids!  Grade level times will be posted as assembly days approach...  Watch the News section on the homepage.

Parents

Welcome!

Parents are the first teachers of the children.  When parents and teachers work together, students learn that education is important in the home and home is honored at the school.  At Bohannon we strive to collaborate with our parents so that the school is accountable to the community, the parents have say-so in the school programs and the students benefit from the cooperation.

Parent Involvement Documents

Awards Assembly

The Academic Awards Assembly for the first quarter will take place on Wednesday, November 20th.  Students will receive awards for:

[to see a list of students, click on a grade-level]

  • Perfect Attendance ( 6 , 7 , 8 )
  • Honor Roll ( 6 , 7 , 8 )
  • Attaining English Fluency ( 6 , 7 , 8 )
  • Rising Stars! (these are a surprise and will be posted after 11/20)

Grade-level assemblies will proceed according to the schedule below:

See you there, Proud Parents!

Grade 8 8:20 - 9:10
Grade 7 9:30 - 10:20
Grade 6 10:40 - 11:30

School Site Council (SSC)

 Attending School Site Council meetings allows parents to assist the teachers and principal in developing, implementing, and evaluating the school's plan(s) to help students achieve academically and develop socially.

 We encourage you to read our Parent Involvement Policy  and Glossary of Terms for full details.

Thank you for your continued support of the school and dedication to your kids' education.

PIQE

Parent Institute for Quality Education

Bohannon is proud to be working with PIQE as part of our College-Going efforts.  Each fall, parents will be able to take a 9-week class where they learn the A - G Requirements  for UC/ Cal State universities, how to choose the best classes for their child, GPA calculation and other skills necessary to support your student to get to college. 

"Since PIQE’s founding in 1987, numerous studies have been undertaken to determine the efficacy of its programs. Time after time, the findings prove that PIQE’s programs work."

-PIQE.ORG

For more information, click on the PIQE logo (right-click to open the link in a new tab):

 

 

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Parent Project

Parent Project Mission Statement

"Our mission is to develop parent-training programs for parents raising difficult or out-of-control children. We are committed to providing highly effective programs that are affordable for every parent. "

 Founded by a retied police officer and therapist, The Parent Project can be a powerful solution to problems with teenage children. 

For more information and details regarding classtimes and locations in San Lorenzo, please click the link, below (right click to open in a new tab):

Spring 2014- Spanish

Spring 2014 - English

For more information about the Parent Project, click the logo (right-click to open in a new tab):

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Summer Plans

Looking for something to do this summer?  Here are some ideas for summer classes, camps and other activities:

UC Berkeley's Academic Talent Development Program (ATDP) is accepting applications for their summer programs until February 12, 2014 (grades 6 - 12) and March 12, 2014 (grades k - 5).  Here's the link: http://atdp.berkeley.edu/  

Hayward Area Recreational District (HARD) offers numerous classes, programs, and sports.

http://www.haywardrec.org/

San Leandro Activity Guides

http://www.sanleandro.org/depts/rec/activities/summer10.asp

Cal State East Bay Reading Program for Grades K - 12:

http://www.ce.csueastbay.edu/courses/Education/index.shtml

Small Learning Communities

For more information about the Small Learning Communities in San Lorenzo Unified, please visit their website by clicking here :

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