eNews & Notes - February 11, 2022

eNews & Notes - February 11, 2022
Posted on 02/11/2022
eNews & Notes - February 11, 2022
San Bernardino City Unified School District

A Moment with Doc Ervin
Superintendent Doc Ervin talks to the movers and shakers in SBCUSD.
First up is Dr. Scott Wyatt, Board of Education president.

Future in Focus
Quick tips, brief updates, and reminders about what’s coming up to help families, employees, and our community make the most of our schools.

No School February 14
SBCUSD schools and offices will be closed on Monday, February 14 in observance of Abraham Lincoln’s Birthday.

Seeking Guest Readers for Read Across America
If you are interested in being a guest reader for the virtual Read Across America event on March 2, please complete the online form at https://bit.ly/3B1oIr2.

Literacy Art Contest
The Literacy Campaign is holding a Book Cover Redraw art contest. Middle and high school students have until March 18 to share their cover redesigns for their favorite book. Learn more at the official website.

Highlights of the Week
Highlights of key news from the week that will help you stay in the know.

LCAP Survey
The Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) survey is open now through the end of February. SBCUSD values input from our families and uses this feedback throughout the LCAP development process. Input from past surveys has been helpful in determining the funding priorities included in the plan. Once again, we are requesting your feedback on how best to serve our students. Your responses are anonymous, and we thank you in advance for taking a few minutes to respond.

Survey Link: https://forms.gle/1DKDtKHCyqaYXfLv7

New DELAC Officers
The District English Learner Advisory Committee (DELAC) elected new officers for 2022–2023. Join us in welcoming:
Rodolvina “Rommy” Gamino, president
Roxanna Cervantes, vice president
Israel Orozco, secretary
Elizabeth Romero, parliamentarian
Rosa Loera, DELAC advisor

DELAC parent volunteers help guide, review, and comment on the District’s services and programs for English-learner students. Learn more on the DELAC webpage.

In the Spotlight

SBCUSD School of Choice Applications Open Through March 15 for 2022–2023 School Year
San Bernardino City Unified School District (SBCUSD) believes that all families should have choices and input when it comes to their children’s education. To that end, SBCUSD offers several Signature Programs, middle school lottery programs, and School of Choice options.

If your child is currently enrolled at an SBCUSD school, you can apply now for a change of school for the 2022–2023 school year. The deadline to apply is March 15, 2022.

“School staffing is based on student attendance, which is usually based on the number of children living in a school’s attendance area,” Leonard Buckner, director of Enrollment & Placement Services, said. “However, if students apply early for a change of school, we may be able to alter our staffing, to the extent possible, to accommodate parents’ requests.”

Families are not able to request a transfer to Chavez Middle SchoolRichardson PREP HI Middle School, or Rodriguez Prep Academy Middle School since all three schools are part of the middle school lottery system. Paakuma’ K–8 School does not have space to accommodate any additional students. Middle College High School has a unique application process. Most other SBCUSD schools are available as a School of Choice option.

Learn more at https://sbcusd.com/cms/One.aspx?portalId=59953&pageId=201467.

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