Bay News You Can Use
May 19, 2023
Estimadas familias de Bay,
Nuestro boletín ahora tiene la capacidad de traducirlo al idioma que desee. usando Google translate. Para usarlo, primero abra el boletín haciendo clic en el enlace. Luego, mire la parte superior derecha del boletín en la barra de accesibilidad y haga clic en la opción "Translate Newsletter". Como siempre, no dude en contactarnos si tiene alguna pregunta.
Bay School Principal
Message from Mrs. W.
We've had a week of amazing weather, and I'm ready for the summer-type weather. A big shout out to the 3rd-5th grade teachers, paras, support staff and families. Most of our students finished state testing this week. Those who missed pieces of it will have a chance to complete it in make up sessions next week. Next week, we have a week of short days for assessments. Teachers are looking forward to seeing all the growth your children have made this year!
Last weekend, my whole family came to see Zoe's show! We had a wonderful time with both sets of grandparents and my sister-in-law. Zoe and her castmates were wonderful in a series of comedic scenes. Seeing her up on stage was just a reminder of how grown up she's getting. It feels different with your last baby, doesn't it?
Please reach out with any questions and remember, today and every day, it's great to be a Bronco!
Bay School Principal
Bay News You Need
LOOP BEHAVIOR: I know that many families drop off children in the loop before school. Please remember that there is no supervision in the loop before 8:30 a.m. Also, please be patient and kind with other families. In the loop, we all have the same goal: to get our children to school. Wait your turn and drive carefully!
DROP OFF INFORMATION:
- There is no supervision in the loop before 8:30 a.m.
- Students who are not in their line when the 8:40 a.m. bell sounds are considered tardy. Please keep this in mind in the morning. When the bell rings, we will be shutting all gates and students will need to go through the office.
- I know there is a A LOT of traffic, so leave early and give yourself extra time.
Breakfast: Reminder that students can get free breakfast before school! Glass doors open at 8:25 a.m. for breakfast and for students who come later, breakfast is open at recess. Reach out with any questions!
Lost and Found: We have some jackets, sweatshirts and water bottles in our Bay School Lost and Found. If you would like to look for lost items, come to the glass double doors and we will let you in to find what your child has lost. :)
Boys and Girls Club:
- Fill out the form at https://bgcsl.org/program/after-school/ if you would like to be added to the waiting list for the 2023-24 school year.
May 22-June 2
May Family Calendar below! May is Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage and Jewish American Heritage Month.
Schedule for the week:
Monday-Friday: TK-5th 8:40-1:30 p.m. for assessments
Monday, May 22: TK-5th 8:40-1:30 p.m. for assessments
Tuesday, May 23: TK-5th 8:40-1:30 p.m. for assessments
Wednesday, May 24:
- ELAC Reclassification Celebration 8:45 a.m. in the cafeteria
- Choir Spring Concert 7 p.m. in the cafeteria
Thursday, May 25: TK-5th 8:40-1:30 p.m. for assessments
AAFAC End of Year Celebration 6-8 p.m. at the Adult School
Friday, May 26: TK-5th 8:40-1:30 p.m. for assessments
Monday, May 29: No School Memorial Day
Wednesday, May 31: PTA Meeting 6:30 p.m. on Zoom
Thursday, June 1: Promatoras Celebration 4-6 p.m.
Friday, June 2: TK-5th out at 1:30 p.m.
- June 7, 2023: Last Day of School out at 12:45 p.m. Day of Play!
- August 16, 2023 is the first day of school for the 2023-24 school year.
Congratulations to Ms. Amanda's class, Goldie spirit winner for last week!
SLZUSD Safety Protocols
Masking Face masks are STRONGLY RECOMMENDED but not mandated for indoor K-12 learning environments.
Daily Home Health Checks We ask all students, staff and community members to monitor themselves for symptoms daily prior to coming to our campuses. Anyone displaying any of the following symptoms that are new or different from what they usually have should stay home and test.
Loss of taste or smell
Fever (100 Degrees or Higher)
Individuals with Symptoms Individuals with symptoms are advised to test. Individuals with symptoms are allowed to return to campus once they have been fever free for at least 24 hours without medication, and symptoms are subsiding.
COVID 19 Testing Rapid Antigen Testing We encourage all students to test prior to returning to campus from breaks.
Positive Cases Students and Staff members who test positive still need to stay home and isolate. Positive students and staff should retest for COVID-19 using an antigen test on Day 5. If the result is negative, they can return to campus on Day 6 and must wear a mask through Day 10. If the result is still positive, they must remain in isolation until Day 11 unless they test negative between Day 6 and Day 10 which would allow them to return to school.
Notification of Positive Cases Principals will send schoolwide notifications to families and staff about positive cases Students and staff should monitor themselves for any newly developed symptoms Rapid Antigen tests will be available in school offices
Vaccinations SLZUSD continues to encourage families, students, and staff to get vaccinated against COVID-19 and to get boosters if they are eligible. SLZUSD plans to continue to provide vaccination opportunities this coming year. Families and District staff should turn in copies of student and staff vaccination records as they are updated.
Precautions Please remember to continue to take precautions by observing and practicing all health protocols (wearing a mask, washing hands, avoiding crowded public spaces) to help each one of us protect ourselves and others.