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Online Math Support for Grades 6-12 Click Here.


It is very important to learn to use the computer keyboard correctly. At Bancroft, students are setting out to learn to type quickly and accurately without looking at their fingers. Even students that don't take computer classes can learn this at home! There are many free keyboarding websites and games. The important thing is that you learn where to put your fingers and follow the directions on the websites.

Typing Web: Create a free account and learn to type from the beginning.

Typing Tutor

Free Typing Games: Keep your fingers in the home row when you play games!

Typing Games 2

Typing Games 3

Typing Games 4

Nitro Type: Competitive Keyboarding for the advanced typist. Be sure to type correctly!

Bruin Buzz

Check out Bancroft's newspaper from the Journalism Class. It can be found under the Our School drop down menu or by clicking...

Bruin Buzz

New Anti-Bullying Club!

Anti-Bullying Club: We will work on strategies for helping kids with bullying issues. How to prevent bullying. What to do if you are bullied, and have a safe place to go get help and support. We will be making anti-bullying posters for the school.

 We are meeting on Mondays at lunch in room 501. Our first meeting will be Monday, November 18.  ~Ms. McClure

Taking Care of Business Days!

6th Grade Orientation and TCB (Taking Care of Business) Day!

 is Wednesday, August 27, 2014

7th & 8th TCB (Taking Care of Business) Day!

Thursday, August 28, 2014

Attendance is strongly encouraged for all students.

The 6th grade orientation is designed to help students learn about the school and feel secure about their start in middle school. Please plan on attending. As part of this day, you will have your yearbook picture taken and be given an ID card. You will be able to order PE clothes and Bancroft Spirit Wear. You will get a tour of the campus and pick up your textbooks. You will receive a phone call from Bancroft in the summer reminding you to attend the 6th grade orientation.

During the 7th/8th Grade day, you will have your yearbook picture taken and be given your ID card. You are required to pick up your textbooks and will able to order Bancroft Spirit Wear and PE clothing. You will receive a phone call from Bancroft in the summer reminding you to attend the TCB day.


6th Grade

7th/8th Grade

8th Grade Activities

The second semester is underway and there are several activities planned to celebrate the culmination of your child’s hard work.  The following are reminders for you.  A signature page is included with this mailing.  It must be signed and returned to school by Monday, March 3, to allow your child’s full participation in all of our activities.

Please Click Here for the full activities list and guidelines

Click here to download the permission slip

Bancroft News

Important Information For Students Who Ride Long Beach Transit (InformaciĆ³n Importante Para Los Estudiantes Que Viajan En Long Beach Transit)
Posted by: Public Information Office
Published: 6/6/14

This Week at Bancroft


Homework House

Beginning March 3rd the library will be open for Homework House. Come to the library to get help on any of your assignments. You can also complete your required reading minutes, work on a project, or re-do missing or incomplete work.  Computers can be used to check School Loop or work on school assignments.  
All students are welcome!   

Homework House Hours:
Mondays-Wednesdays, 7:45-8:45 & 3:45-4:45
Thursdays, 3:45-4:45
Fridays, Closed

School District News

Today: 8/20/14

High School Information

High School Information for 8th Graders

Hello 8th Grade Students and Parents! The High School Application Process will be underway in early November. I have included a general timeline and list of ...more

Anonymous Bully Hotline

Email BRUNO BRUIN in School Loop if you are being bullied. (Go to Loop Mail and enter Bruno Bruin in the "to" line)

If you know of a situation that should be reported to the school, but you don't want to be identified, this is the perfect way to help! Keep our school safe for all students.