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Congratulations to our 3 winning classes who raised the most books during our Book Drive!  1st place goes to Ms. Steers’ 6th period with 190 books, 2nd place goes to Ms. Steers’ 2nd period with 179 books, and 3rd place goes to Ms. Hoffmann’s 4th period with 142 books.  An enormous thank you to everyone for donating books!  Although the competition is over, we are still accepting books!  We are so close to being able to give away TWO books to EVERY student at SLzHS at our end of the year Book Swap.  Please help us reach this goal by continuing to bring in great books.  You can drop these off in the main office or the library.  Thanks!  Rebels Read!


Are you interested in a career as a paramedic or firefighter?  You can get certificated in emergency response!  This certification is sponsored by the Alameda County Fire Department. 

Click on the link for more information or visit Ms. Shimada in C-4. 


  • Sunday, May 1 From 10AM - 5PM
  • Join our Bring Back the Natives Plant Sale and tours!
  • Talk with Native Landscape designer, Sandra Nevala-Lee.
  • Convert a sprinkler system to a drip system with Steve Wiley.
  • Visit our one acre, 99% Native Garden!

The City of San Leandro's Engineering and Transportation Dept. is now accepting applications for their Summer Intern Program.  You must be a high school junior or above and have at least a 3.0 cumulative gpa. The salary range is $11.38-$17.66 an hour. Applications are due no later than May 6!!  


Click on the posted link, create an account, and apply today!  


See Mrs. Corrales in the counseling office for questions.



If you are planning on attending a 4-year college this upcoming school year, The Bay East Foundation is offering multiple scholarships starting at $1,000 each for students residing in Alameda County.  You must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher.

Applications, including two letters of recommendation, are due May 6th!  (See posted link.)


Pick up an informational placard in the counseling office today.


See Mrs. Corrales for questions.

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