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Marbles and Movies: Highlights for April 24 - 30, 2011

As part of the Blue Marble project students and staff at Rooftop K-8 school have sent over 800 blue marbles to friends and strangers around the globe in recognition of good work they are doing for the planet. In turn they have received photos of people holding their marbles in every continent but Australia and Antarctica.... Read more


Golf & Singing: Highlights for April 17-23, 2011

300 SFUSD elementary students who are learning the game of golf and the core values it teaches will be headed to Harding Park Golf Course to practice their swings, drives and putts. ... Read more


Ruth Asawa SF School of the Arts Named 2011 California Distinguished School

Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts (SOTA) has been selected as a 2011 California Distinguished School.... Read more


Burnett Child Development Center to be renamed Leola M. Havard Early Education School, after Districts First African American Female Principal

Last night the Board of Education voted unanimously on Resolution No. 113-22A1 to rename the Burnett Child Development Center after the first African American woman school principal in the San Francisco Unified School District, Leola M. Havard, in recognition of her dedication and service to the students and families of the school district. ... Read more


SFUSD to Lead Simulcast TEDx Pane

SFUSD Artistic Director Susan Stauter, local artists, and musicians will lead a panel for “mashEDup: re-imagine education,” a TEDxSFED event.... Read more


Silence and Stewardship: Highlights for April 10-16, 2011

Hundreds of students at Burton High will not speak for the entire school day as they take part in a Day of Silence, which is a nationwide event to bring attention to anti-LGBT name-calling, bullying and harassment.... Read more


600 Children Jump Rope and Dance Bollywood-style

Hour-long, school-wide Bollywood-style dancing and jump rope event at Longfellow Elementary... Read more


SF Supervisors join Students, Families and School Staff to Bike to School

Hundreds of students, families and school staff will be biking to school, many in special ‘bike train’ convoys around the city. ... Read more


Teens Meet with City Officials to Discuss Muni, Jobs and Safety

High school students will be meeting with city officials to advocate for issues they have identified as important.... Read more


National Public Schools Week Kickoff at Everett Middle School

The Masons of California will be kicking off its Public Schools Month and donating $49,000 to the Investment in Success Scholarship program for SFUSD students.... Read more

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