Bancroft Middle School

Home of the Broncos

SAN LEANDRO USD

835 E. 14th Street, Suite 200
San Leandro, CA 94577
Phone: 510-667-3500
Fax: 510-667-6234
Email: communications@slusd.us

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Bancroft Middle School

HOME OF THE BRONCOS

Leadership

Principal Jeff Sloane
E: jsloane@slusd.us

Vice Principal 
E: @slusd.us

6th-8th (Alpha A-L)

 

 

Vice Principal Nikki Washington

E: nwashington@slusd.us

6th-8th (Alpha M-Z)

Counselors

Jesse Kaur  

6th–8th (Alpha A–L)

P: (510) 618-4380 x3651

E: jkaur@slusd.us

 

6th–8th (Alpha M–Z)

P: (510) 618-4380 x3653

E: @slusd.us

 

Yesenia Araiza

Intervention Counselor

P: (510) 618-4380 x3656

E: yaraiza@slusd.us@slusd.us

Parent Facilitators

Joanna Garcia Salazar
E: jgarcia@slusd.us 
P:  (510) 618-4380  x3612

Bryant Coronado-Alcantara
E: bcoronado-alcantara@slusd.us
P: (510) 618-4380 ext 3696

Bancroft Middle School provides sixth, seventh, and eighth graders with a robust district-adopted curriculum in all subject areas.  State standards and district-adopted texts are used in all core curricular areas, including English, mathematics, science, history, physical education, health, Spanish Dual Language Immersion, and visual/performing arts.

Students at Bancroft Middle School enjoy various extracurricular activities and an enrichment curriculum.  We participate in the Southern Alameda County league and compete with area middle schools in football, cross country, basketball, wrestling, soccer, volleyball, softball, and track.  Enrichment curriculum includes orchestra, band, jazz band, drama production, art, computers, Leadership, and Spanis

Bancroft Middle School, home of the Broncos, is deeply committed to following the San Leandro Unified Graduate Profile, instilling essential skills and values in its students. With a student-centered approach, Bancroft Middle School cultivates an environment that promotes academic achievement, personal growth, and social-emotional development. The school’s dedicated faculty and staff ensure that students are challenged to think critically, communicate effectively, collaborate, and demonstrate cultural competency. Through a comprehensive curriculum, Bancroft Middle School prepares students to become responsible and engaged citizens, fostering their abilities to solve complex problems and adapt to an ever-changing world. By aligning their educational practices with the Graduate Profile, Bancroft Middle School empowers students with the skills, knowledge, and character traits needed to succeed academically and thrive as well-rounded individuals in their future endeavors.

The school year starts in late August and ends in mid-June.  Each Tuesday and Wednesday students are dismissed at 2:00 p.m. so that teachers can work together.  The campus is open at 7:30 a.m. for breakfast in the cafeteria and for the A period Band class.  After school the ASES program provides students with supervised activities including homework help, enrichment classes and intramural athletics.  The ASES program closes at 6:00 p.m. Monday – Friday. Please contact Mr.Rogelio ASES Site Director, by phone: (510) 566-3305 or by email: bxhicks@bgcsl.org regarding any questions. 

Most of the clubs on campus meet during lunch with adult supervision.  Athletic teams typically practice and compete after school.  Schedules are distributed by each coach at the beginning of the season.  Students who participate in special events such as the school play will rehearse after school under the direct supervision of the director. 

Please remember to take care of yourself, take care of one another, and take care of Bancroft! 

Bancroft Middle