SFUSD Distance Learning Guide Fall 2020
The fall semester will begin with distance learning on August 17.
A Helping Hand
Thanks to generous support from the community, SFUSD's nonprofit partner Spark* SF Public Schools has raised $5 million to aid the urgent needs of students and families brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Talking about Race & Social Justice
SFUSD staff have compiled resources for families to explore race and social justice with children of different ages.
What Will Fall Distance Learning Look Like?
Apply Now for 2020-21 School Meal Benefits!
Distance Learning and COVID-19 Information
Grab & Go Meals Available
Resources for Families
SFUSD Families Weigh in on Distance Learning
SFUSD & UESF Announce Tentative Memorandum of Understanding Regarding Distance Learning During the 2020-2021 School Year
Eliminating the Digital Divide More Urgent than Ever as Schools Reopen with Distance Learning
We Are SFUSD
Representation is really important. Books should be mirrors for students, content should be mirrors for students, they should see themselves represented in the curriculum.
As a teacher, I have always believed that equity and justice meant being the best possible teacher I could be for my students.
I wanted to take a minute to thank all who were involved in providing Chromebooks for the students to borrow.
Danielle Brown Sanchez
I want to study Political Science in college because I want to be a Civil Rights attorney.
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 families.
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.