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08/22/18

Highlights Aug. 21-24, 2018: ‘Passport Day’ & School Renovation

‘Passport Day’ builds middle school culture, major renovation nearly complete at elementary school... Read more

08/17/18

First Day of School Visits: A New Way to Learn Math, How Supportive Practices Improve School Climate

Superintendent Dr. Vincent Matthews will greet students returning to class as they begin the new school year, and celebrate innovative teaching strategies in the classroom.... Read more

08/07/18

SFUSD announces school nutrition program for 2018-19

The San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) is announcing its policy to serve nutritious meals every school day and provide free and reduced-price meals to students who meet certain qualifications. Additionally, students enrolled in one of more than 50 SFUSD schools will be offered breakfast and lunch every school day at no charge.... Read more

08/06/18

SF Board of Education President Hydra Mendoza to become Deputy Chancellor in New York City’s Department of Education

Hydra Mendoza, president of the SF Board of Education, announced today she will be stepping down from the Board at the end of September. President Mendoza will be moving to New York City’s Department of Education (NYC DOE) to serve as Deputy Chancellor for Community Empowerment, Partnerships and Communications.... Read more

08/01/18

Lincoln High School Dragon Boat Team Wins World Championships

Team takes home gold medals in four competitions in Szeged, Hungary... Read more

07/17/18

SFUSD expands program to teach reading habits to families in effort to close literacy gap

SFUSD has partnered with Springboard Collaborative, a national nonprofit created to close the reading achievement gap for low-income students by leveraging the capacity of families to support reading habits at home during summer recess.... Read more

07/17/18

Students create simulated roller coasters using algebraic equations

High school students taking Algebra 2 this summer will hold a “Polynomial Carnival” for preschoolers to showcase roller coasters they created.... Read more

07/11/18

SF Board of Education declares support for proposed state measure to amend Prop. 13

Initiative would generate $4.5 billion annually for California’s public schools ... Read more

06/27/18

SF Board of Education approves budget for 2018-19 school year

Revenue growth to fund raises and services for underserved students... Read more

06/13/18

MEDIA ADVISORY: Recent Ruth Asawa School of the Arts graduate who won state award heads to New York City to compete for coveted national award

Cole Sisser, class of 2018 at Ruth Asawa School of the Arts (RASOTA) and winner of the “Best Actor” award at the Rita Moreno California High School Musical Honors ceremony in May, is now traveling to New York City for the National High School Musical Theatre Awards™ (the Jimmy® Awards), presented by The Broadway League Foundation. Cole is the first ever RASOTA student to compete for the national award.... Read more

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