Welcome! Thank you so
much for your support and dedication to young readers!
Our event this weekend
is located at the beautiful Scott’s Seafood in Jack London Square, located
along the harbor, and we want to help you enjoy your experience!
Entering Scott’s Seafood
We ask you to enter
the event through the Franklin Street entrance on the Eastern side of Scott’s,
across from Kincaid Restaurant. Scott’s Seafood is directly South of Plank.
Volunteers will be on hand to help direct.
Parking, Valet and Transit
We are happy to share
that there are ample parking opportunities in Jack London Square. The Jack
London Square Business District has provided an excellent map to identify multiple, accessible garages near Scott's. Thank you!
Valet Parking is available through Douglas Parking. Valet is on a
first-come, first-serve basis. Attendants are available on the
Broadway and Franklin Street Entrance.
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Bay Area Rapid Transportation
AC Transit (Local Service)
The Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District (AC Transit) serves more than 100
local lines within the East Bay and more than 35 TransBay lines to San
Francisco and the Peninsula. AC Transit connects with 21 BART stations.
South San Francisco/East Bay Service
Monday through Friday during peak commute periods between Alameda, Oakland's
Jack London Square, and the new South San Francisco Oyster Point ferry
Ferry service between Alameda Main Street - Jack London Square,
Oakland - San Francisco Ferry Bldg. - San Francisco Pier 39
(Fishermans' Wharf) - Angel Island State Park
Jack London Square is accessed by several bike routes including the Bay Trail
and local bikeways. The Bay Trail brings riders to Broadway and Embarcadero.
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Your support makes a difference!
In the 2016-2017 school year...
Participated in the SSL program, receiving an average of 80 hour of in-school intervention and
430 hours of after-school programming
28 AmeriCorps members
Provided daily in-school and after-school instructions
Worked with students in the after-school program or served on the committees
7 school sites
Partnered with SSL to refer and support their struggling students
1 new pilot program
Provided intensive year-end literacy support through the Homework Help Clinic at Bridge Housing
28 family events
Provided opportunities for parents to learn about reading resources and work with their child on literacy activities
74%+ of our children are English language learners as compared to 21% statewide and in the county
75% of the children in our program eligible for free & reduced lunch (evidence of being at the poverty level) as compared to 58% in California and 43% in Alameda County
92% improved literacy skills
Exceeded our literacy outcome goal
42% exceeded growth targets
Improving by more than the national standard for yearly literacy growth
Typically, in under-resourced urban schools, by 3rd grade, only 3% of English learners and 18% SED (socio-economically disadvantaged) are proficient in reading. In sharp contrast, 44% of Super Stars participants in our Oakland schools were at grade level by the end of the school year.
Super Stars Literacy is an early childhood literacy education provider, dedicated to fostering opportunities for over 600 students in Oakland, California to grow as caring, confident, creative readers.
Empowering young children with the skills to transform their future.
Our vision is for every child to possess the necessary reading and social-emotional skills to realize their full potential and transform their future.