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  • Good Morning,
    The Boost@BerkeleyHaas program will be extending the application deadline to Friday, May 1st. This will allow students time to work on their application after adjusting to the current climate. We know this is challenging times for everyone but we are doing our best to continue offering this opportunity and making necessary adjustments as needed. 
    Please note: We know that for some students it may be more difficult to request recommendation letters and transcripts if they did not make their request prior to the "shelter in place". We are asking for students to complete their application to the best of their ability even if it does not consists of transcripts and two recommendation letters. Are website has also been updated with this information. 
    Please contact me if you have any questions, comments, or concerns. 
    Trinity Wilson
    Program Coordinator & Recruiter
    Institute for Business & Social Impact
    Haas School of Business - F463
    University of California Berkeley
    Preferred Pronouns: She/her/hers

    [O] (510) 643-9340


    Visit Boost@BerkeleyHaas on: Facebook | LinkedIn |

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  • We need your help!

    Parents & Guardians,

    Do you currently have a WCCUSD Volunteer Badge? If so, please bring it with you to orientation so that we can have a copy of it on file.

    Would you like to become a volunteer to help out in the future? If so, sign up at www.BeAMentor.org to begin the process.

    As a volunteer, you can help teachers in the classrooms and chaperone on field trips.

    If you have any questions about becoming a volunteer or how you can help, please contact our Bilingual School Community Outreach Worker, Maria Robertson at Maria.Robertson@wccusd.net or Ext 26329.


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  • Website updated for Parents in "A Good Page for Study Help" Found in Teachers Websites

    Just wanted to let parents know that there is a wealth of resources for homework help and tips for parents to help their students succeed in middle school. It was created a few years ago, but I try to add to it as I can. I was just tweeted this article and decided to place it in the homework help page.

    - Ted Dunn PMS Webmaster

    Please Click Here to see it.

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