SLUSD’s FREE Meals Program provides students with smiling faces and increased focus in class. The goal of the free meals program in San Leandro Unified
We look forward to welcoming you on Wednesday, August 17! In preparation for the 2022-2023 school year, SLUSD encourages everyone to get COVID vaccinations and boosters if eligible. Also, remember to stay home and get tested if you are experiencing any cold or flu-like symptoms. SLUSD remains aligned with all state and county public health guidance. Details are listed below:
At the May 10th school board meeting, trustees voted to approve the renaming of Wilson Elementary School to Halkin Elementary after the culmination of a two-year community engagement process. Halkin Elementary was one of the names put forth by the school for consideration to honor the history of the area now known as San Leandro, which is in the traditional Halkin homeland between San Leandro Creek and San Lorenzo Creek of the Chochenyo and the Bay Mewuk Ohlone people, per the San Leandro Historical Society and local indigenous groups in the San Leandro community.
San Leandro School District “Summer Feeding” for 2022 is FREE to everyone 18 and under!! The schedule starts on Tuesday, June 21, and will run
Classified Employees of the Year Certificated Employees of the Year Every year the San Leandro Unified School District recognizes exemplary employees nominated for this distinction
This means all students, every day. Click here for more details or send your student towards the cafeteria before school!
Alameda County Public Health Department (ACPHD) announced the decision to align with the updated state guidance which ended the legally mandated requirement for masking in TK-12 schools. ACPHD is
SLUSD and Blaze Consulting host a supportive space for Black Families and Families Raising Black Children. Join San Leandro families as we explore our culture,
The district is shifting to new guidelines on Monday, February 14 and providing take-home test kits for the February break.