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PTA News - San Leandro Unified School District
PTA News
Roosevelt Elementary School
May 27, 2015
Para escuchar boletin en español: 869-3825 ex.89
Roosevelt Elementary School PTA is now
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http://www.sanleandro.k12.ca.us/roosevelt
Mensaje del VP
UPCOMING EVENTS
June 1-10 – Early Dismissal Schedule Begins
TK & K 8:10 – 11:40
Grades 1-5 8:10 – 150
June 3 – Coffee and Conversation 8:15
Hola Comunidad de Roosevelt,
Todas las acciones que comienzan con un pensamiento. Lo que
piensas sobre ti mismo y los demás tiene un impacto directo en
su situación. Es el enfoque en lo que no puedes hacer o lo que
no ha ido a su manera ? Tómese un momento para ajustar su
forma de pensar . Concéntrese en lo que puede hacer - el
cambio positivo que puede hacer.
June 3 – Last Hornet Hustle 10
June 9 – Student vs Teacher Kickball Game, 12:30
June 10 – All School Assembly, 8:10 and 5th Grade Swim
Party.
June 11 – 5th Grade Promotion, 10:30
Last Day of School – Very Early Dismissal for:
1st -5th grade is 8:10 – 12:20
vp’s Message
Dear Roosevelt Community,
All actions begin with a thought. What you think about yourself
and others has a direct impact on your situation. Is your focus
on what you cannot do or what has not gone your way? Take a
moment to adjust your thinking. Focus on what you can do the positive change you can make.
Acciones de nuestros hijos son moldeadas por sus
pensamientos. No podemos controlar lo que piensan, pero
podemos cambiar nuestra forma de pensar y de ser el ejemplo
positivo .
Para avanzar, tener una mirada honesta a sus pensamientos . ¿A
dónde llevan usted y su familia ? Usted puede cambiarlos.
Comience hoy mismo . Usted puede hacer un mejor mañana
para usted, sus hijos y Roosevelt .
Lori King
Vicepresidente de PTA
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Our children’s actions are shaped by their thoughts. We cannot
control what they think, but we can change the way we think
and be the positive example.
To move forward, take an honest look at your thoughts.
Where are they taking you and your family? You can change
them. Start today. You can make a better tomorrow for you,
your children and Roosevelt.
Lori King
PTA Executive Vice President
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box tops
You have all collected box tops this school year and this Friday,
May 29, is the final day to bring in box tops towards your class
totals. The top three classes will receive prizes.
PTA Meeting Notes
Teacher’s Report
o Ms. Lipka thanked the PTA for all the luncheons. The
drawing assembly was very well received by all the
children. They were very engaged
Highlights
o Come to Coffee & Conversation on 6/3 to learn more
about the project and have a discussion.
o Welcome to our new Parent Facilitator: Laura
Ordonez
o SBAC Testing ended this week. Scores out
Thank you to:
o Breanna & Andrea for organizing the Variety Show.
Super Fun!
o Dad’s Club for the Pasta Feed which had a great turn
out AND for their donation toards the purchase of a
new Chromebook Cart.
o PTA & Dad’s Club for another successful Auction!
o Voces Unitas for the Soccer Demo and Book Swap in
honor of dia de los ninos/libros.
Upcoming Events
5/27:
BMX Bike Assembly
5/29:
Instrumental Music Concert @ 1:15pm
Voces Unidas Tequila Tasting Party Fundraiser at
Sheyla’s House
6/1:
Library Summer Reading Program Assembly
African American Achievement Night at SLHS (5th –
12th grade)
6/1:
Early Dismissal until the end of the year:
June 1- June 11.
6/3:
Coffee & Conversation – Secure Fencing Discussion
Last Hornet Hustle
BBQ Lunch for Students
6/8:
Lunch Time Dance Party! Reward for Book Fair Sales
6/9:
Faculty/Student Kickball Game @ 12:30
6/10:
Latino Achievement Night @ SLHS (5th – 12th grade)
5th Grade Swim Party
6/11:
Last Day of School – early release at 12:20pm
5th Grade Promotion @ 10:30
Fundraising:
o Schoola Fundraiser has raised $981 so far. Second
round of clothing has been sent in.
o Pennies for Patients: Almost $2,000 raised.
o Box Top collections end next week.
Audit:
o Report, Checklist and Recommendation presented by
Heidi Klopfer. Motion to approve by Nicole, Seconded
by Cynthia. Approved.
Treasurer’s Report:
o Balance Sheet for April presented.
o Check #s 4109-4131. Stacey motioned to ratify and
Cynthia seconded. Ratified.
Auction Update:
o Estimate of net profit to Roosevelt was $35,000 $40,000. Final numbers will be available soon.
PTA board 2015-2016 ELECTIONs
o Yvonne Day Rodriguez resigned position of
Corresponding Secretary, Lesley Christiansen was
nominated. Seconded and approved.
o Mayala Cuevas nominated as VP of Volunteers.
Seconded and approved.
o Cynthia Jones nominated and elected for Historian.
Seconded and approved.
If you think you might be interested in an elected or appointed
PTA position for the 2015-2016 school year, please contact
Johanna Normart for more information at
mailto:[email protected]
Positions remaining available:
o Health & Safety Chair - OPEN
o Grant Writing - OPEN
ROOSEVELT SPRING AUCTION ITEMS REMAINING
Nancy's Hair Design: Gift certificate expires Oct. 31,
2015. Value: $25.00
Minimum Bid: $15 Mahalo to: Nancy's Hair Design
Chiropractic Care: Two (2) Complimentary Initial Full Health
Exam for Chiropractic Care. Value: $130.00 Minimum Bid: $45
Mahalo to: Life Chiropractic College West
New Mom Gift Package: New Mom Gift Package: Nectar by
Noodle & Boo - Luxurious skin care, Itzy Ritzy Nursing Scaft Functional and stylish, $50 Gift Certificate towards a bra of your
choice (includes a complementary fitting). Valid unti 4/20/2016.
And a $50 Gift Certificate good toward Diaper Service OR for
use at the Baby Boutique.Value: $150.00 Minimum Bid:
$55
Mahalo to: Tiny Tots Diaper Service
Sylvan Learning Center: Castro Valley Sylvan Learning
Center Presents this Gift Of Learning. The recipient of this
certificate will receive: $402 Value. Initial Diagnostic Assessment
($95 Value), Registration ($75.00 Value) and Four (4) Instruction
Hours ($232 Value). Valid Through June 30,
2015. Value: $402.00
Minimum Bid: $150 (obo) Mahalo to: Sylvan Learning Center
EncoreGym: Includes the following: Four (4) Rocktopia Indoor
Climbing Open Climb Passes , One Month of Dance certificate,
Parents' Time Off Event Ticket certificate good for 2 children
for either a 3 hour Mid-Day Mini Camp or a Parents' Night Out.
Passes have no expiration & certificates valid July
2016. Value: $166.00
Minimum Bid: $55 Mahalo to: EncoreGym
Trusalus Wellness Realized: Gift Certificate for Trusalus
Wellness Realized. Good for $140 in Services. Not redeemable
for cash. No expiration. Value: $140.00 Minimum Bid: $45
Mahalo to: Estudillo Produce
Summertime Fun at Bay-O-Vista: Bay-O-Vista Family
Fitness, Tennis, and Swim Club has it all 2 swimming pools,
Jacuzzi, sauna, tennis and basketball courts, exercise classes,
weight room, massage, childcare but most of all it has your
friends and neighbors. Claim your right to sit poolside while the
kids frolic in the heated children's pool, to enjoy dinner in the
picnic area at the end of a long hot day, and to huff and puff with
the rest of the crowd while staying fit all year long. Membership
for a family of six (2 adults & 4 kids) Value: $1,500.00
Minimum Bid: $250 Mahalo to: Bay-O-Vista Swim & Tennis
Club
Hula Party: What a better way to celebrate the Summer or a
Birthday than with a tropical Luau theme party. Includes the
following: A fun way to create guest party favors by an hour
Candy Lei making session. (Host must provide assortment of
candy); An hour hula lesson for the Guest of Honor and their
guests; A Special lei for the Guest of Honor. Expires: Date to be
arranged with Nina Diamzon Value: $250.00
Minimum Bid: $85 Mahalo to: Nina Diamzo
Roosevelt Spring Auction: Remaining Pay-to-Plays
My Grandmother's Cannoli:
Date: Sun, 6/7/15 Time: 1:00 PM-3:00 PM Cost: $40 Adult
Roosevelt parent, Melisa Di Tano, will share her Italian
grandmother's recipes for cannoli and biscotti. Come spend a
relaxing afternoon watching a live cooking demonstration and
sampling the delicious results. Wine and antipasti to enjoy while
learning the wonderful art of cooking these delicious dishes.
Includes a print copy of an authentic Italian Grandmother
Cannoli and Biscotti family recipes! Priceless treasure!
Benefitting: Roosevelt Elementary Mahalo to: Melisa Di Tano
Family Bonfire & Marshmallow Roast:
Date: Fri., 6/19/2015 Time: 7:00 PM Cost: $50/Family
What better way to welcome the summer than with a Bonfire &
Marshmallow Roast? Bring the family to 'Camp Garcia' where
we will gather around the campfire for an evening of fun. There
will be plenty of marshmallows and hot dogs to roast along with
a delectable build you own S'mores buffet. And of course
summer inspired adult libations to enjoy as well.
Benefitting: Roosevelt and Bancroft Mahalo to: Dara Garcia &
Mayela Cuevas
Finale Party at the Dub Club!:
Date: Sat., Jun. 20, 2015 Time: 7-11:00 PM
Cost: $30 each
Join the Millers and the Carsons at the Washington Club for an
old-school night of drinking, pool, pupus, jukebox tunes, a little
something south of the border, quarters (?!), and general
revelry. Basically a little bit of the many parties we've hosted
over the years at Roosevelt - a perfect end to the school year!
Your first couple of drinks are on us, and there will be snacks all
night long. Our thanks to Washington Club owner (and
Roosevelt alum) Robert Whitehead for being amenable to a
private 'do!
Benefitting: Roosevelt Elementary Mahalo to: Carson and Miller
Families
Children's Fiesta Party:
Date: Sat. Aug./Sep. TBD Time: TBD Cost: $40 Kid
Pinata, food, music, games, for 10 kids plus their adult.
Benefitting: Roosevelt Elementary Mahalo to: Nicole HunterMaes & Sheyla Perez
Back to School Bowling & Italian Ice w/Principal:
Date: Sat. 26, 2015 Time: 2-5PM Cost: $50
Strike! Your kid(s) can kick off the school year in style with an
exclusive afternoon of bowling with Principal Sablo-Sutton at
Castro Valley's Village Bowl. Drop off your kid(s) with the
principal and her army of chaperones and get ready to enjoy an
afternoon off. Kids will bowl two games and then take a short
walking field trip to Rita's Italian Ice where they will receive a $5
gift card to customize a tasty treat of Italian ice, old fashioned
custard or a decadent combination of the two! Don't miss out!
This is limited to the first 10 kids signed up for the bargain
basement price of $50!!
Drop Off: 2pm at Castro Village Bowl in Castro Valley, Pick
Up: 5pm (sharp) at Castro Village Bowl in Castro Valley, Parents
get 3 hours of babysitting
Kids get: 2 games of bowling, shoe rental and a $5 gift card to
Rita's Italian Ice
Benefitting: Roosevelt Elementary Mahalo to: Roosevelt's
AAPAG
Oktoberfest 2015:
Date: Sat., Oct. 3, 2015 Time: 7:00 PM
Cost: $45 each
Ein Prosit De Germutlichkeit! The location may have changed,
but the spirit lives on. Don your best Dirndl or Lederhosen and
come join us at the Reichert Creekside Biergarten for a toast to
cheer and good times! There'll be icy cold German bier and
wine to wash down the pretzels, warm potato salad, bratwurst
and sauerkraut. Oans Zwoa Drei! G'Suffa! (Costumes not
necessary)
Benefitting: Roosevelt and Bancroft Mahalo to: Fehr,
Petrick/McVeigh, Reichert & Vitz Familes
Holiday Sweets - Cookie & Candy Making:
Date: Sun., Dec. 2015 TBD Cost: $40 Kid
Children will get to make and sample a variety of candies as well
as decorate cookies. Each Child will take home with them with a
special personalized cooking goodie bag. Cocoa and assorted
beverages will be served for both the children and adults. Max is
10 kids + one adult per child (20 people max). Sunday afternoon
in December, date/time tbd.
Benefitting: Roosevelt Elementary Mahalo to: Elise Dixon &
Nicole-Hunter Maes
CON GRAT U LAT ON S T O OU R
ROOSEVELT SCH OLARS!
AFRICAN-AMERICAN ACHIEVEMENT AWARD WINNERS:
Parris Bates, Easton Boyars Jackson, Kiara Dumas Fleming,
Monique Fischer, Ethan King, Kentrell Smith,
Elizabeth Thomas, Elias Zuber,
LATINO ACHIEVEMENT AWARD WINNERS:
Madilyn Chicas, Cristina Rodriguez Flores, Isaiah Lacayo Rocha,
Hector Mendoza Garcia, Sabrina Dyer, Nicolai Oliva,
Kaitlyn Paulisich, Natalie Zepeda, Marcos Almazan,
Eliot Alvarez, Adela Day Rodriguez, Benicio Day Rodriguez,
Clara Dilworth Sanchez, Elisabeth Figueroa, Catalina Landreau,
Oscar Montero, Joaquin Perez
Roosevelt Spring Auction: Remaining Open Items
Nancy's Hair Design: Gift certificate expires Oct. 31, 2015. Value: $25.00
Minimum Bid: $15 Mahalo to: Nancy's Hair Design
Chiropractic Care: Two (2) Complimentary Initial Full Health Exam for Chiropractic Care. Value: $130.00
Minimum Bid: $45 Mahalo to: Life Chiropractic College West
New Mom Gift Package: New Mom Gift Package: Nectar by Noodle & Boo - Luxurious skin care, Itzy Ritzy
Nursing Scaft - Functional and stylish, $50 Gift Certificate towards a bra of your choice (includes a complementary
fitting). Valid unti 4/20/2016. And a $50 Gift Certificate good toward Diaper Service OR for use at the Baby
Boutique.Value: $150.00 Minimum Bid: $55
Mahalo to: Tiny Tots Diaper Service
Sylvan Learning Center: Castro Valley Sylvan Learning Center Presents this Gift Of Learning. The recipient of
this certificate will receive: $402 Value. Initial Diagnostic Assessment ($95 Value), Registration ($75.00 Value) and
Four (4) Instruction Hours ($232 Value). Valid Through June 30, 2015. Value: $402.00
Minimum Bid: $150 (obo) Mahalo to: Sylvan Learning Center
EncoreGym: Includes the following: Four (4) Rocktopia Indoor Climbing Open Climb Passes , One Month of
Dance certificate, Parents' Time Off Event Ticket certificate good for 2 children for either a 3 hour Mid-Day Mini
Camp or a Parents' Night Out. Passes have no expiration & certificates valid July 2016. Value: $166.00
Minimum Bid: $55
Mahalo to: EncoreGym
Trusalus Wellness Realized: Gift Certificate for Trusalus Wellness Realized. Good for $140 in Services. Not
redeemable for cash. No expiration. Value: $140.00 Minimum Bid: $45 Mahalo to: Estudillo Produce
Summertime Fun at Bay-O-Vista: Bay-O-Vista Family Fitness, Tennis, and Swim Club has it all 2 swimming
pools, Jacuzzi, sauna, tennis and basketball courts, exercise classes, weight room, massage, childcare but most of all it
has your friends and neighbors. Claim your right to sit poolside while the kids frolic in the heated children's pool, to
enjoy dinner in the picnic area at the end of a long hot day, and to huff and puff with the rest of the crowd while staying
fit all year long. Membership for a family of six (2 adults & 4 kids) Value: $1,500.00
Minimum Bid: $250
Mahalo to: Bay-O-Vista Swim & Tennis Club
Hula Party: What a better way to celebrate the Summer or a Birthday than with a tropical Luau theme party. Includes
the following: A fun way to create guest party favors by an hour Candy Lei making session. (Host must provide assortment of
candy);
An hour hula lesson for the Guest of Honor and their guests; A Special lei for the Guest of Honor. Expires:
Date to be arranged with Nina Diamzon Value: $250.00
Minimum Bid: $85
Mahalo to: Nina Diamzo
Roosevelt Spring Auction: Remaining Pay-to-Plays
My Grandmother's Cannoli: Date: Sun, 6/7/15
Time: 1:00 PM-3:00 PM Cost: $40 Adult
Roosevelt parent, Melisa Di Tano, will share her Italian grandmother's recipes for cannoli and biscotti. Come spend a
relaxing afternoon watching a live cooking demonstration and sampling the delicious results. Wine and antipasti to enjoy
while learning the wonderful art of cooking these delicious dishes. Includes a print copy of an authentic Italian
Grandmother Cannoli and Biscotti family recipes! Priceless treasure!
Benefitting: Roosevelt Elementary Mahalo to: Melisa Di Tano
Family Bonfire & Marshmallow Roast: Date: Fri., 6/19/2015 Time: 7:00 PM Cost: $50/Family
What better way to welcome the summer than with a Bonfire & Marshmallow Roast? Bring the family to 'Camp Garcia'
where we will gather around the campfire for an evening of fun. There will be plenty of marshmallows and hot dogs to
roast along with a delectable build you own S'mores buffet. And of course summer inspired adult libations to enjoy as
well.
Benefitting: Roosevelt and Bancroft Mahalo to: Dara Garcia & Mayela Cuevas
Finale Party at the Dub Club!: Date: Sat., Jun. 20, 2015
Time: 7-11:00 PM
Cost: $30 each
Join the Millers and the Carsons at the Washington Club for an old-school night of drinking, pool, pupus, jukebox
tunes, a little something south of the border, quarters (?!), and general revelry. Basically a little bit of the many parties
we've hosted over the years at Roosevelt - a perfect end to the school year! Your first couple of drinks are on us, and
there will be snacks all night long. Our thanks to Washington Club owner (and Roosevelt alum) Robert Whitehead for
being amenable to a private 'do!
Benefitting: Roosevelt Elementary Mahalo to: Carson and Miller Families
Children's Fiesta Party: Date: Sat. Aug./Sep. TBD
Time: TBD Cost: $40 Kid
Pinata, food, music, games, for 10 kids plus their adult.
Benefitting: Roosevelt Elementary
Mahalo to: Nicole Hunter-Maes & Sheyla Perez
Back to School Bowling & Italian Ice w/Principal: Date: Sat. 26, 2015 Time: 2-5PM Cost: $50
Strike! Your kid(s) can kick off the school year in style with an exclusive afternoon of bowling with Principal SabloSutton at Castro Valley's Village Bowl. Drop off your kid(s) with the principal and her army of chaperones and get
ready to enjoy an afternoon off. Kids will bowl two games and then take a short walking field trip to Rita's Italian Ice
where they will receive a $5 gift card to customize a tasty treat of Italian ice, old fashioned custard or a decadent
combination of the two! Don't miss out! This is limited to the first 10 kids signed up for the bargain basement price of
$50!!
Drop Off: 2pm at Castro Village Bowl in Castro Valley, Pick Up: 5pm (sharp) at Castro Village Bowl in Castro
Valley, Parents get 3 hours of babysitting
Kids get: 2 games of bowling, shoe rental and a $5 gift card to Rita's Italian Ice
Benefitting: Roosevelt Elementary Mahalo to: Roosevelt's AAPAG
Oktoberfest 2015: Date: Sat., Oct. 3, 2015
Time: 7:00 PM
Cost: $45 each
Ein Prosit De Germutlichkeit! The location may have changed, but the spirit lives on. Don your best Dirndl or
Lederhosen and come join us at the Reichert Creekside Biergarten for a toast to cheer and good times! There'll be icy
cold German bier and wine to wash down the pretzels, warm potato salad, bratwurst and sauerkraut. Oans Zwoa Drei!
G'Suffa! (Costumes not necessary)
Benefitting: Roosevelt and Bancroft Mahalo to: Fehr, Petrick/McVeigh, Reichert & Vitz Familes
Holiday Sweets - Cookie & Candy Making: Date: Sun., Dec. 2015 TBD
Cost: $40 Kid
Children will get to make and sample a variety of candies as well as decorate cookies. Each Child will take home with
them with a special personalized cooking goodie bag. Cocoa and assorted beverages will be served for both the children
and adults. Max is 10 kids + one adult per child (20 people max). Sunday afternoon in December, date/time tbd.
Benefitting: Roosevelt Elementary Mahalo to: Elise Dixon & Nicole-Hunter Maes
Do you have a child starting
in Fall 2015?
Come out to hear about potential changes to
the Kindergarten Program and provide your
input
Deputy Superintendent Dr. Rosanna Mucetti; Director of Teaching
Learning, & Educational Equity Sonal Patel; and Principal Dr. Sablo
Sutton will be here to discuss the kinder shifts that are currently being
considered throughout SLUSD.
Thursday, May 28th
6 - 7pm in the Roosevelt Library
¿Tiene un niño que va a comenzar
en el otoño de 2015?
Los envitamos a escuchar acerca de
posibles cambios en el Programa de
Kinder y proporcionar sus preguntas
y comentarios
Superintendente Adjunto Dr. Rosanna Mucetti; Directora de Enseñanza
Aprendizaje, y Equidad Educativa Sonal Patel; y la directora Dr. Sablo
Sutton estará aquí para discutir los cambios de kinder que en la
actualidad se están considerando en todo SLUSD.
Jueves, 28 de mayo
6pm-7pm en la Biblioteca de
Roosevelt
San Leandro Library Children's Activities Summer 2015
City of San Leandro/San Leandro Library Sponsored Activities
Programs @ the San Leandro Main Library
300 Estudillo Avenue (510) 577-3970
www.sanleandrolibrary.org
FREE Wednesday Family Fun Nights Refreshments Served!
Comedy/Magic with Perry Yan!, June 24, 7:00pm
Traveling Lantern Theatre’s PETER PAN, July 15, 7:00pm
Gravity Defying Juggling Show! July 29, 7:00pm
Live animals with Wild Things Inc! August 12, 7:00pm
Super Hero Academy with LEGOS!
Saturday, July 25, 2pm-4pm
Enjoy a fun-filled afternoon with superhero-themed crafts and LEGOs!
Free Friday Family Matinees
Free family movie! Tickets available 2 weeks in advance.
Friday, June 19, 11:00am—special SF Opera movie!
Friday, July 10, 11:00am—The Incredibles
Friday, July 17, 11am—Winnie the Pooh
Friday, July 31, 11:00am– Paddington
Science Program
with American
Chemical Society
Saturday, June 27
2pm-4pm
Bam, pow, chemistry! Have fun at
this hands-on science program for
ages 4 and up.
History's Heroes Storytimes for ages 6 to 10
Tuesdays, 3:00pm-4:15pm
Dates & Topics (registration required)
Tues June 23: Kid Heroes
Tues July 7: Animal Heroes
Tues July 14: Tall Tale Heroes
Summer Reading Buddies &
Summer Writing Buddies (for grades 1-5)
SUPERHERO CREATION Workshop: Cartooning
Practice your reading AND writing during summer vacation
with our teen Summer Buddies! Sign up for a 30 -min. slot.
Reading Buddies: Mondays, June 22-Aug.3, 3pm-5pm
Writing Buddies: Wednesdays, June 24-Aug.5, 3pm-5pm
In this workshop, kids will learn to develop a
superhero character’s profile, and then draw them!
Choose Tuesday, July 21 OR Thursday, July 23, 2pm-4pm
for Kids ages 7 to 12 (registration required)
Registration for programs at the Main Library starts Saturday, June 6
Programs @ the Manor Branch Library
1241 Manor Blvd.
(510) 577-7970
www.sanleandrolibrary.org
SATURDAY FAMILY PROGRAMS
Limited tickets will be available two weeks prior to each event.
Magic Dan’s Family Magic Show ∙ June 20, 10:30am
Scott the Storyteller ∙ July 18 , 10:30am
Boswick’s Reading Circus ∙ August 15, 10:30am
SPECIAL EVENTS FOR AGES 10 and Up
T-Shirt vs. Tie-Dye Wednesday, June 10, 2pm-4pm (Bring a white
or light colored t-shirt. Sign ups start June 8).
Ninja Arts and Crafts with MOCHA July 15, 3pm -5pm
Now Showing: Big Hero! August 5, 2pm-4pm
READING BUDDIES
For Grades 1 to 5
Mondays, June 15 to Aug. 3
3pm to 4 pm
Students in grades 1 to 5 can practice
reading with our teen Reading
Buddies this
summer. You can
sign up for one or
more 25-minute session. Call the Manor
Branch at 577-7971
San Leandro Public Library's
2015 SUMMER READING PROGRAM
Saturday, June 6 - Friday, August 7/ for Babies through Grade 12
The San Leandro Library’s FREE Summer Reading Program is a fun way to stay engaged in reading and learning over the summer! Kids of all ages can participate to earn prizes! Join the “Every Hero Has a Story”
Summer Reading Program at any branch of the San Leandro Public Library (Main, Manor, Mulford-Marina or
South) starting on Saturday, June 6. Find the right program below:
Read-To-Me! Baby & Toddler Summer Reading Program For ages 0 to 2
It’s never too early to read to your kids. Starting on June 6, read eight books to your baby or toddler, record the names of the books in our special reading log, turn it in by Friday, August 7, and
your little one will get a free board book, an invitation to the library’s Carnival, plus passes to
local museums and a Mini Murph™ pizza from Papa Murphy’s.
Every Hero Has a Story: Kid's Summer Reading Program For ages 3 to Grade 6
Stop by the Library starting Saturday, June 6 to sign up for the summer reading program
and pick up your reading journal. Last day to register is August 2. Read or listen to books
at your reading level, then write short reports about the books you read/listened to. Visit
the Library to turn in your book reports and play our summer reading game! You earn
two points for each book report you complete, up to 16 points for the summer. Use your
points for fun prizes from our prize board! Read and report on 8 books by Friday, August
7 to earn an exclusive invitation to the Library’s end-of-summer Carnival on Saturday,
August 8, plus passes to local attractions like Lawrence Hall of Science and the Oakland
Zoo, and a Mini Murph™ pizza from Papa Murphy’s. New this summer: earn a special
bonus prize when you complete two extra book reports!
Unmask! Teen Summer Reading Program for grades 7 to 12
Teens in grades 7 to 12 can join our teen reading program, Unmask!, to earn prizes for
reading and writing short reports. Read and report of eight books by Friday, August 7 and
receive a free ice cream cone coupon and a ticket to our teen party on August 14. Earn a
special bonus prize when you complete two extra book reports!
San Leandro Main Library
300 Estudillo Ave.
577-3960 (Children’s Desk)
Manor Branch
1241 Manor Blvd.
577-7970
Mulford-Marina Branch
13699 Aurora Dr.
577-7976
South Branch
14799 E. 14th St.
577-7980
Biblioteca Publica de San Leandro actividades para niños– Verano 2015
Actividades patrocinados por la ciudad de San Leandro y la Biblioteca
Programas en la Biblioteca Central
300 Estudillo Avenue (510) 577-3970
Noches de miércoles familiar -Gratis
www.sanleandrolibrary.org
Habrá refrigerios!
Comedia/Magia con Perry Yan!, 24 de junio, 7:00pm
Teatro Traveling Lantern PETER PAN, 15 de julio, 7:00pm
Show de malabares! 29 de julio, 7:00pm
Animales vivos con Wild Things Inc! 12 de agosto, 7:00pm
Academia de Súper Héroes con LEGOS!
sábado, 25 de julio, 2-4pm
Disfruta de una tarde llena de diversión con artesanías de LEGO!
Programa de ciencia
con Sociedad
Americana de
Química
sábado, 27 de junio
2pm-4pm
Diviértete con este programa de
ciencia para 4 años en adelante
Cuentos de héroes de la historia edades 6 a 10
Matinés familiares gratis
Película familiar gratis! Boletos disponibles 2 semanas con
anticipación
Viernes, 19 de junio, 11:00am—película especial SF Opera
Viernes, 10 de julio, 11:00am—The Incredibles
Viernes, 17 de julio, 11am—Winnie the Pooh
Viernes, 31 de julio, 11:00am– Paddington
Martes, 3:00pm-4:15pm
Fechas & Temas (es necesario registrarse)
martes 23 de junio: niños
martes 7 de julio: Animales
martes 14 de julio: cuentos
Amigos de la lectura y la escritura de verano
(grados 1-5)
Practica tu lectura y escritura durante las vacaciones de verano con
nuestros amigos. Inscríbete para una sesión de 30 min.
Lectura: lunes, 22 de junio-3 de agosto, 3pm-5pm
Escritura: miércoles, 24 de junio-5 de agosto, 3pm-5pm
Taller de creación de súper héroes: Caricaturas
para niños edades 7 a 12 (es necesario registrarse)
En este taller, los niños aprenderán a desarrollar el
perfil de un súper héroe y luego dibujarlo. Escoge entre
martes, 21 de julio o jueves, 23 de julio, 2pm-4pm
La inscripción para los programas de la biblioteca principal comienza el sábado 6 de junio
Programas en la biblioteca Manor
1241 Manor Blvd.
(510) 577-7970
www.sanleandrolibrary.org
Programas familiares sabatinos
Amigos de la lectura
Entradas limitadas estarán disponibles 2 semanas antes de cada evento
Grados 1 a 5
lunes, 15 de junio al 3 de agosto
3pm a 4 pm
Show de magia con Magic Dan ∙ 20 de junio, 10:30am
Scott El Narrador ∙ 18 de julio , 10:30am
El Reading Circus de Boswick ∙ 15 de agosto, 10:30am
Eventos especiales -para edades 10 en adelante
Camiseta vs. teñido miércoles, 10 de junio 2pm-4pm (Trae una camiseta
de color blanco o clara. Inscripción comienza 8 de junio).
Artes y manualidades ninja con MOCHA 15 de julio, 3pm -5pm
Cartelera: Big Hero! 5 de agosto, 2pm-4pm
Los estudiantes en los grados 1 al 5
pueden practicar su lectura con
nuestros amigos este
verano. Inscríbete
para una sesión de 25
min. llame al 5777971 para registrarse
empezando el 1 de
Biblioteca Publica de San Leandro
Programa de Lectura
de Verano 2015
Sábado, 6 de junio - viernes, 7 de agosto
El programa de lectura de verano es una forma gratis y divertida de seguir participando y aprendiendo
durante el verano. ¡Niños de todas las edades participan para obtener premios! Únete al programa de
lectura de verano en cualquier biblioteca de San Leandro comenzando el sábado 6 de junio. Encuentra tu
programa a continuación:
!Léeme-Un-Cuento! programa de lectura de verano para Bebés/Pequeñines
Papás, nunca es demasiado temprano para leerles a sus hijos. A partir del 6 de junio, lea 8 libros a
su bebé o pequeñín (de hasta dos años de edad), registre los títulos de los libros en nuestro
registro especial de lectura. Después ven a tu biblioteca para recibir tus sellos. Los niños que
escuchen 8 libros para el 7 de agosto recibirán un libro gratis, un Papa Murphy’s “Mini Murph”
Make ‘N’ Bake pizza kit para niños, y una invitación al famoso carnaval de la biblioteca.
Cada Héroe Tiene Una Historia: Programa de Lectura de Verano para Pre-escolar – 6 grado
Pasa por la biblioteca a partir de el Sábado 6 de junio para registrarte en el programa de
lectura de verano y recoger tu diario de lectura. Último día para registrarte es el 2 de
Agosto. Lee o escucha libros en tu nivel de lectura, después escribe un reporte sobre el
libro que leíste o escuchaste. Visita la biblioteca para entregar tus reportes y jugar
nuestro juego de verano. Obtendrás dos puntos por cada libro que reportes, hasta 16
puntos por el verano. Intercambia tus puntos por premios divertidos. Lee y reporta 8
libros para el Viernes 7 de agosto y obtendrás una invitación al carnaval de la biblioteca el
sábado 8 de agosto, más pases para el Lawrence Hall of Science y el zoológico de
Oakland, una Mini Murph™ pizza de Papa Murphy’s. La novedad de este verano: gana un
premio especial cuando completes 2 reportes de libros adicionales.
Unmask! programa de lectura de verano para adolecentes para grados 7 a 12
Adolescentes en grados 7 a 12 pueden inscribirse en nuestro programa, Unmask!, para
ganar premios por leer y escribir reportes. Obtén un libro gratis cuando te registras. Termina el programa el Viernes 7 de agosto para recibir tu cupón para una nieve gratis, una
entrada para nuestra fiesta, y más. Obtén un premio especial cuando completes 2 reportes de libros adicionales.
San Leandro Main Library
300 Estudillo Ave.
577-3960 (Children’s Desk)
Manor Branch
1241 Manor Blvd.
577-7970
Mulford-Marina Branch
13699 Aurora Dr.
577-7976
South Branch
14799 E. 14th St.
577-7980
Activities we provide:
-Arts & crafts
- Wii Fun
-Snacks
-Share Day
-Homework Club - Movie days
-Van Transport --OPEN DURING SCHOOL BREAKS -Sports Activities and much more…
-
SPACE IS LIMITED SO REGISTER TODAY!!!
SUMMER PROGRAM STARTS JUNE 15TH & FALL PROGRAM STARTS AUGUST 24TH
WE ARE OPEN YEAR ROUND!!!
OPEN MONDAY TO FRIDAY 7AM- 6PM
We are located at 993 Estudillo Ave. School Age entrance is on Joaquin Ave.
Please Call or E-Mail School Age Supervisor Trish Wood for more information at:
510-895-9596 ext.2 or [email protected]
School Website:Stjameschristianschools.com

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