Black History Month
Throughout February and all year long, San Francisco public schools host lessons, events, performances and more to celebrate black excellence.
The 2020 Census count takes place this spring. Our public schools receive federal funding based on how many people are counted in San Francisco.
Graduation Rate Improves
SFUSD's graduation rate rose to 89% in 2019, and data show more students are graduating ready for college and career.
Update on Cold, Flu and Coronavirus
Proposed Changes to Student Assignment Policy
Apply for the Superintendent's 21st Century Awards
Board of Education Elects Leaders for 2020
Four SFUSD schools named California Distinguished Schools
We Are SFUSD
My supervisor trusts me to do the work, knowing that I understand the vision and I'm going to truly partner with the children and familie.
The key to dealing with kids is you talk up to them, you don’t talk down.
Eldridge "Swift" Anthony
I think being fearless makes you the best player you can be. You’re fearless to make mistakes and trust your teammates, which is a big part of volleyball.
My granddaughter loves it here, and she’s always a good student.
When I’m out on the field, I just want to play hard for everyone on my team.
I want to raise up a champion generation, to get our students to understand who they really are and how they could reach the moon.
We do young people a disservice when we do not believe in them. We do a disservice to them when we do not show and prove to them that they are capable.
I am so grateful for the spaces that have helped to nurture my love for my family and communities.
I come from a family of teachers, and I feel that I’m following in that tradition of giving back to the community.
I tell my students’ parents that I teach their kids like they were my own kids.
The impact that I want to have in the world is for the world to know who I am.
My friend and I always sat on the bleachers and we looked at the Golden Gate bridge while we ate lunch. We liked it. It was a good place to eat lunch.
“Ole ala ile pule, ole tautua” which translates “the path to leadership is through service”.
Andrew (Drew) Va'i
I remember vividly learning about wealth inequality with Peer Resources.
Chelsea, Boilard, Alumna
I believe in using the Community School Model and a ‘whole school approach’ to address challenges for both students and teachers.
My aunt and uncle worked at SFUSD for many, many years. My aunt for years had been telling me to work for the district because I’d get to work with kids.
I truly love my job. My favorite thing about it is that I give people hope.
My parents and my elders have given me the example of serving my community and communities in struggle.