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Educational Services Department

MISSION OF THE EDUCATIONAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT

The Mission of the Educational Services Department is to promote student achievement and engagement for all students in Transitional Kindergarten through High School in San Lorenzo Unified School District.  We support quality academic programs through research based curriculum and professional development.  Our Department offers specific support to the model of Balanced Literacy and Language, as well as the model of Academic Discourse. We ensure and encourage parent engagement through multiple opportunities for involvement.  We also provide support for each school to increase the efficacy of teaching and support staff. Lastly, we ensure adequate oversight and monitoring for state and federal programs through multiple systems of assessment.

Administrative Staff

Bloch, Neal (510) 317-4759 Director, Data, Assessment & Inquiry
Noriega, Tracie (510) 317-4712 Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services
Lama, Renee (510) 317-4701 Director, Secondary Education
Patrick, Robert (510) 317-4734 Coordinator, English Learner Programs
Pineda, Olga (510) 317-4674 Coordinator, SLC/College & Career
 

Educational Services Staff

Archibald, Kay (510) 317-4712 Executive Assistant
Beles, Sylvia (510) 317-4711 Administrative Assistant
Casey, Megan (510) 317-4752 Library Media Technician
Feng, Carrie (510) 317-4709 District Translator/Interpreter-Cantonese/Mandarin
Harper, Anneka   District Staff
Huerta, Angelica 510-317-4710 Administrative Assistant
Martinez, Melissa 510-317-4726 Administrative Assistant
     
     
     

2020-21 TK-Kinder Age Chart & Information Events

Please click on the chart and find our child's birthday to see if they are ready for Transitional Kindergarten (TK) or Kindergarten for the 2020-21 school year.  Please click on the TK & Kindergarten Information Events Flyer for school site details.

Resources to Support Children

Following the 2016 Presidential election, we have had requests from teachers and parents regarding resources for talking with children who may be experiencing anxiety. Some important tips--

1.  All of the adults at school are here to support you--school is a safe place to express your concerns.

2. Our school and district stands for peace and justice for all and we teach these concepts to the students

3. We will not tolerate bullying in any form--please report any instances immediately to the teachers and principal

4. Our government has a system of checks and balances and we must trust our elected officials to do the right thing and not allow institutionalized forms of bullying.

Below are some online resources to support these discussions:

 
 
 

Education Code and Policies for Parents/Guardians