Superintendent Town Halls
Free Meals for All Youth
Say Something Anonymous Reporting System
COVID-19 Vaccines for Ages 6 Months and Up
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Expanded Free Transitional Kindergarten
In-Person Learning Essentials
When Someone Gets Sick
COVID-19 Vaccination Resources
Daily Health Screening
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
SFUSD Takes Critical First Step in Convening High School Redesign Task Force
SFUSD Proposes Resolution to Recognize Days of Cultural Significance on District Calendars
SFUSD and UESF Announce 6% Salary Raise for Teachers and Paraeducators
We Are SFUSD
San Francisco public schools taught me how to carve out my own piece of the tech boom - Kids should know: I can do this and I don't have to change...I can show up wholeheartedly.
I grew up surrounded by teachers, but doing my internship at Stevenson Elementary made me want to be a teacher - I liked how much I could learn from kids, grow patience with them, and see them grow
One of the reasons I’ve been at Muir for 13 years is that the community really cares for each other and has a positive energy.
The best part about going to school in SFUSD was meeting people of so many different cultures and experiencing diversity in the classroom.
I really like math and decided to take both Geometry and Algebra II in the same year, which has helped me practice how to multi-task.
My experiences in high school fueled my passion to support others and helped me discover potential career paths aligning with community empowerment.
Being a part of a unique and inclusive cohort challenged me to aim for the stars within the classroom while always practicing self-introspection.
My teachers and counselors have been great resources for me to get support and keep track of my progress.
Un Ieng Sit
SFUSD helped me strengthen my leadership, collaboration, and empathy skills. As a student representative, I improved my dedication, persistence, and advocacy.
Thanks to my American Democracy class, I can see myself getting more involved in the changes of a better San Francisco because the existing issues require the voices and engagement of everyone.
As a result of all the experiences navigating my high school education, I have gained leadership experience and learned to have empathy for others.
I love learning about my students’ art and creativity, and sharing a sacred space together and building creative energy off of each other.