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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


Seven San Francisco Schools Receive Academic Achievement Awards

Six San Francisco Unified School District schools and one charter school have been named by the California Department of Education as 2010-2011 Title I Academic Achievement Award winners.... Read more


SFUSD Board Approves Updated Residency Policy

Last night the San Francisco Board of Education approved a policy that further clarifies the school district’s established residency requirements and the procedures for revoking a student’s enrollment if residency fraud is discovered. ... Read more


Paper Cranes and Teacher Recognition: Highlights for March 20-26, 2011

Families at Francis Scott Key Elementary are creating a thousand paper cranes to raise money for disaster relief in Japan. For each dollar donated, students will be given a paper crane to write their name and the cranes will be hung in the lobby and school hallways. ... Read more


Local Professionals Help Students Prepare for Future Careers

Over 400 high school juniors will be dressed in their best suits with resumes in hand, ready to interview Bay Area business leaders about their industry, company and personal career paths. ... Read more


SF Families Receiving School Assignments

A month ago, 14,347 families submitted applications for public schools in San Francisco and, starting today, they will be receiving their assignment offers in the mail. ... Read more


School Assignment Letters Going out March 18

14,347 placement offers will be sent out on Friday, March 18. This is the first year families will be assigned to schools using a new system adopted by the SF Board of Education in March, 2009.... Read more


Workforce Education and Whooping Cough: Highlights for March 13-19, 2011

Over 400 high school juniors will be dressed in their best suits with resumes in hand, ready to talk about their skills to Bay Area business executives during the Student Workforce Education Experience Program (SWEEP).... Read more


Families Encouraged to Apply for Free Muni Youth Passes

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) is providing up to 12,000 San Francisco Unified School District students with free monthly Muni Youth Passes for the last three months of Fiscal Year 2011 (April – June) ... Read more

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