Dear Parent or Guardian,

We have asked Youth Truth – a national nonprofit that supports hundreds of schools and districts across the county – to conduct an anonymous survey on our behalf.  

We’d like your feedback – please take the Family Survey.

 

It should take about 15 minutes of your time to complete.

Please note:

  • The survey needs to be completed in one sitting.

  • We ask that one member of each household fill out the survey.

  • If you have more than one child who attends the same school, you may respond to the survey multiple times - one time per child.

  • If you write any comments, please don’t include your name or anything else that might identify you. Your responses are anonymous, and they will be combined with the responses of other parents and guardians before being shared back with school and district leadership.

We sincerely thank you for taking the time to provide your feedback. Your response is incredibly valuable to us.

If you have any questions about the survey, or our plans for how we will use your feedback, please contact your Community School Coordinator, Jennifer Puckett.

 

Sincerely,

Jennifer Puckett, Community School Coordinator

(415) 332-3573     ext. 357

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 Related imagePARENT ROUNDTABLE 

Bayside Martin Luther King Jr. Parents/Family Members are invited!

Every Tuesday Morning at 8:45 a.m.

Parents share and discuss topics of interest.

Past discussions included; leadership skills, community resource Q&A, and school event planning at BMLK.

Join your BMLK Parent/Guardian community for light snacks, coffee & conversation! 


ELAC Parent Committee

February 5th

Continuing the Discussion: How can Bayside MLK meet the needs of ELL students? How can we support parents and families to be real supports for their students as they learn English?

cartoon of four children underneath the words "ELAC Parent Committee"

Meeting starts @6:00pm

(childcare will be provided) 


Families Lead to Succeed For Education Workshop Series

men, women, children holding hands with the words, "Parent Services Project" beneath them

February 5th, 12th, 26th, & March 5th

5:00 - 7:00 p.m.

Come together with fellow Bayside Martin Luther King Jr. Academy Parents/Family members and:

  • Discuss how you as a parent/family member can support your child at home and school.
  • Discover your leadership style & practice your advocacy skills for your family.
  • Gain new effective communication skills for your family.
  • Build a network of support within our community.
  • Learn more about the systems serving our families.
  • Learn more about the "Five Protective Factors" present in strong families & how we can share them with others.

(Interested in participating? Contact your Parent Liaison to ensure dinner and childcare arrangements.)


the letters E, S, L, decorated with flags fro many nationsESL Classes are here!

In partnership with Women Helping All People, we are excited to announce that weekly English as a second language classes will be held on campus.

Thursdays- February 8th - May17th

6:00 - 7:30 p.m.

(Classes will be held in the Parent Center.)


Black History Month Celebration

February 15th

portraits of African American icons: Barack Obama, Harriet Tubman, Sojourner Truth, George Washington Carver, Martin Luther King Jr., Booker T. Washington, Frederick Douglas, Rosa Parks,

School assembly: 1:30 - 2:15 p.m.

TK-8th grade will present/perform selected songs, poems, and more from noteworthy African American's throughout history.

There will be a repeat performance in the evening: 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.

Dinner and very special choir performance will be provided by First Missionary Baptist Church.

Thank you FMBC!

Bayside Martin Luther King Jr. Academy

School Site Council Meeting

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

3:30-5:30pm

 

Agenda

  1. Welcome

Meeting started: 3:46 pm

 

Facilitator and Notetaker: Pecolia Manigo (consultant)

 

Attendance: Tiffany Davis, Jae Moses, Alba Lopez, Bettie Hodges, Juliet Simpson, Felicia Younger, Jennifer Puckett, David Finnane, Louis Edney, Marin County Counselor, CosbyMazariegos

 

  1. Review of Purpose of SSC

Discussed the role of SSC

Reviewed the history of SSC

Reviewed the composition requirements by law

 

  1. Update on Staff Elections

Classified Elected: Trellis Condra

Certificated Elected: Mary Thompson, Louis Edney, Julie Fredericks

 

  1. Parent/Community Member Elections

Elections held in the first meeting of the SSC

Parents nominated prior to SSC meeting: Tiffany Davis, Jae Moses, Sanjay Kumar

Parents voting: Tiffany Davis, Jae Moses, CosbyMazariegos

Parents Elected: Tiffany Davis, Jae Moses, and CosbyMazariegos

Alternates Elected: Sanjay Kumar and Alba Lopez

Community Members Elected: Bettie Hodges and Juliet Simpson

 

  1. Review, Edit, and Approve Bylaws

Amendments to Bylaws:

Terms of Office: changes to 2 years- Approved by unanimous votes

Standing Committee of ELAC established- Approved unanimous votes

Officers of the SSC added in bylaws- Approved unanimous votes

Conduct of Meetings: changes to Robert's Rules- Approved unanimous votes

Bylaws- adopted by unanimous votes

Pecolia will update bylaws with new language and send to SSC

 

  1. Review Roles of Officers and Conduct Election of Officers

Discussed roles of Chairperson, Vice Chairperson, and Secretary

Nominated and elected the following SSC members to serve as Officers:

Chairperson: Tiffany Davis

Vice Chairperson: Mary Thompson

Secretary: Jae Moses

 

  1. Establishment and Approval of 2017-2018 SSC Meeting Dates

The 1st Wednesday of every month shall be the regular meeting of the SSC from 3:30-5pm

Approved: unanimous votes

Dates for Academic year 2017-18:

November 1, December 6, February 7, March 7, April 4 and May 2

 

  1. Public Comment

Announcements made regarding community meetings

 

  1. Close

Adjourned at 5:04 p.m.


Bayside Martin Luther King Jr. Academy

School Site Council Meeting

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

3:30-5:00 pm

 

Agenda

  1. Welcome

  2. Review and Approval of SSC Meeting Notes (5 mins.)

Jae moses will need to bring notes from previous meeting plus have notes from this meeting.

  1. Update on SSC Membership (5mins)  Tiffany Davis resigned and is no longer chairman. She will need to indicate to either principal or the Parent Liaison  in writing that she has resigned. The committee will need to elect a new chairman and this person needs to be either a community member or parent.  SSC will do election at the next SSC meeting. Ms. Simpson was not present.

  2. Update on English Learner Advisory Committee (5 mins.) SSC is proposing that ELAC meeting be held Wednesday January 24, 2018 at 6pm for 1 hour.

  3. Update on Title I Parent Meeting (5 mins.) Tonight December 6, 2017 is the Title I meeting. Pecolia will send out results from last year for board this year.

  4. Review Student Academic Data 2017-2018 (15mins)   David, the Principal, has results of 2016-17 data:  75 percent of children were not at standard  in math and English, and 25%  are at or above grade level.  SSC personalize data for each grade in the future. Bayside MLK had major growth from 2016-2017 in math. Parents should have a meeting on how to understand data. This meeting will be organized in the future. Committee will  think about when we can do a data night in the future.  Committee will try to organize meeting around the time report cards go out. Meeting needs to be surrounding math MAPP information; making sure to have an informed community.

  5. Review Student Behavior Data 2017-2018 (15 mins.) In the 2015-16 school year, there were 16 different students suspended for a total of 27 days. This year, 5 students with a total of 12 days. All data  from this year is on pace with last year.  Principal states that Bayside is much better this year.  Cosby noted that more staff should be in the  multipurpose room in the morning. Committee suggested that school  writes down rules for the multipurpose room. Council thinks that school should make kids aware of school rules to prevent bad behavior. Think about how the morning starts, maybe start activities.

  6. Single Plan for Student Achievement (20 mins.) Strategies for how teachers are teaching certain subjects.  Document change.

  7. Review and Approve 2017-18 SSC Work plan (10 mins.)  SSC wants  to extend time of SSC meetings so that we can all take charge of  suggestions that are being put out about certain subjects.  We need to appoint someone to fill position for Pecolia. We have to sustain without a consultant. We are paying for support and we can use the money for the ideas of SSC.

  8. Public Comment (5 mins.)  SSC meeting as a group on January 24, 2018. We should have a meeting pertaining to strategies! 3:30-5:30

  9. Close

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