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Special Meeting - WASC meeting 4:30pm - 6pm

Agenda - October 22, 2017 @ 6pm – 7pm


Welcome -

  • Introductions

  • Sign-in / Membership

Old Business

  • Minute Approval - September 26, 2017 Meeting

New Business-

  • Treasurer's Report - Diane

  • Fundraising Report - Harry/Chris

    • Stanford Concession Stand

    • SLZ Football Snack bar

  • Student Report  - Mackenzy

  • Teachers Report - Ms Smith/Mr Brown

  • Principal Report - Ms Silvestri

  • Senior Trip 2017  - Yvonne/Ruth

    • Grad Nite June 9th

  • Attendee Drawing - Lucky winner



  • Friday, October 27th - Homecoming Rally, Game and Dance

  • Wednesday, November 1st - No School for Students - Professional Development Day

  • Wednesday, November 19th - REPORT CARD night

    • Get your student's Report card and meet with their teachers!

  • Tuesday, November 28th  - PTSA meeting 6pm in Library

    • Guest Speaker from Clinica de La Raza - find out about the resources available to you and our students.

  • Wednesday, November 28th  - Parents to School Day

    • Opportunity to Visit your student's classes (after report card night)




SLZ Families,

We welcome you to the Western Association of Schools and Colleges Reception and Self-Study Discussion.  


When:  Sunday, October 22nd from 4:30-6:00 p.m.

Where:  Library


Our monthly PTSA meeting will follow from 6:00-7:00 p.m. in the Library.


We hope you can join us.  


Raza College Day is a free annual event that helps pave the way for higher education.  The event will be held on November 4th from 8:30AM to 12:00PM.  Parents and kids are invited, and breakfast and lunch are included.


Topics will include college statement writing, resources for undocumented students, scholarships, financial aid, etc.  



Civic Pride in partnership with the Peralta Community College District hosts "Knowledge is Power"


For: Middle School, High School, & College- aged Students.






Learn about:

  • Stem 
  • trades
  • internships
  • colleges and universities
  • careers financial tools & Scholarships
  • community service
  • leadership development & much more!!

AM Session: Youth Leadership Forum (receive community service credit) (Continental Breakfast and Lunch provided).


Students can:

  • Explore a roadmap for staying on-track for college and post secondary success

  • Speak with representatives from colleges, universities, skill trades, military...

  • Get feedback on resumes, courses and grades!

  • Talk to representatives from large corporations, small businesses, entrepreneurs, public agencies, and nonprofit organizations!

  • Have access to information on financial aid, and scholarships!

  • Hone their leadership skills!

  • Learn ways to make a difference in their community!

  • Receive credit for participating!

Parents can:

  • Explore a roadmap for keeping their child on track in college and positive postsecondary experiences. 

  • Attend workshops for helping their children be successful in school, in their
    community and in the workplace.

  • Get information on colleges and scholarships for their child

  • Speak with representatives from colleges, universities and businesses 

Educators can:

  • Use the conference as an opportunity to give students community hours.

  • Have a venue for helping their students stay on track for college. 

  • Provide students access to information on the requirements for well-paying craft and trade jobs.

  • Help students connect with representatives from large corporations, small businesses, entrepreneurs, public agencies, and nonprofit organizations.

  • Aid students in accessing information on colleges and scholarships.


For more information come to D-12 and see Ms. Garcia.


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