8:30am until 9:30am in the Faculty Dining Room on the following dates:
September 1st (the meeting will begin at 9:30 on this date)
Pat Tillman Legacy Classic @ Levi Stadium
Saturday, August 27 3pm vs. Santa Teresa High School
Tickets on sale now in the school bank
Also on sale at Fall Sports Night and on select days at lunch (for students)
Parking Pass $15
At the conclusion of the 91st annual National Speech and Debate Association’s National Tournament, held this past June in Salt Lake City, the Leland speech and debate team was awarded the organization’s most prestigious award. Leland won the Bruno E. Jacob Trophy, which annually honors the one team that has accumulated the most student rounds of national-tournament participation over the years. The award recognizes a team’s achievement not only at the current national tournament but the arc of its success at every National Speech and Debate Association National Tournament it has attended. Leland has managed to qualify for this tournament since the early 1970s. In Salt Lake City, the Leland team was honored for having accumulated nearly 1,700 rounds over that time. This remarkable achievement recognizes the contributions of Leland students over the years, including this year’s student attendees (left to right) Sathvik Gowda, Jennifer Quint, Maike Boehm, Elisabeth Vehling, Rohil Kulkarni, Akhil Kestur, Phoebe Yin, Arushi Desai and Sonya Huang (not pictured). Honored were Leland coaches in attendance at the 2016 national tournament. The team’s coaching staff is also led by Leland teachers Stacy Dawson and Vivian Chien and adjunct coach Chris Wardner. Leland is the first California school in 10 years to have won the Bruno E. Jacob Trophy. Mrs. Brasher was also awarded the National Speech and Debate Association’s Albert Odom Commendation.
ASL (M & W) Room K-1
BEGINS 8/29/16 3:00 p.m.
ASL (T & Th) Room K-1
BEGINS 8/30/16 3:00 p.m.
Japanese (M & W) Room K-7
BEGINS 8/29/16 3:15 p.m.
Japanese (T & Th) Room K-7
BEGINS 8/29/16 3:15 p.m.
MATH 73 (MTWTh) Room H-7
BEGINS 8/29/15 6:35 a.m.
After serving as an Assistant Principal at Bret Harte Middle School and Leland for the past six years, I am honored and excited to welcome you to Leland High School as the new Principal for the 2016-17 school year. I am extremely proud of Leland’s academic offerings, athletic program, and co-curricular opportunities, which are a testament to the talents and dedication of our staff, students, and the support of the entire Almaden community. At Leland, we are committed to inspiring all students to succeed in a global society while eliminating the opportunity gap and providing every student with the finest 21st century education. This is a milestone year for Leland as we celebrate our 50th year anniversary. We hope you join us. Go Chargers!
Brad Craycroft - Principal, Leland High School
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