COVID-19 Vaccines for Ages 12 and Up
Celebrating SFUSD Grads
Talking about Anti-Asian Violence
Distance Learning, In-Person Learning & COVID-19 Information
Grab & Go Meals Available
Technology Resources for Families
Guidelines for a Healthy & Safe Return to School
SFUSD to Continue Student and Family Resource Link Started in Pandemic
SFUSD and UCSF Partner to Prepare for School Opening in Fall 2021
We Are SFUSD
"I want to meet students where they see themselves and build from there with each student who I encounter."
We are excited to help students rebuild the relationship they have with school from the home context and back to the community of a school learner’s context.
My role involves serving as a thought partner and collaborator with teachers and staff with the goal of improving our school's outcomes for students.
Each individual is important to this community - like a puzzle, if just one person, piece, is missing, this whole image is incomplete.
I am proud to be in a school community where we believe in each and every child's brilliance and power while overcoming challenges together.
Someday, I want to learn how to cook, so I can create my own recipes and write a cookbook.
Fifth grade was one of my funniest years and when I grew the most as a student. I will never forget poetry night and our camping trip.
My favorite teacher makes learning more fun by giving homework that involves hands-on activities.
I’m proud of how much work and how far the facilities department has come - it’s pretty amazing to see all the collaboration to get our school buildings open and ready.
If there's anything I want the world to know about school lunch workers, it's that we care and we're here, and no matter what, we'll always be here.
Partnership starts with families and the student, respecting where they’re at, where they come from and the fabric that makes them who they are in that moment.
My job as a teacher is to arrange for victories for my students. I may present them with a task, but as an educator I try to envision the way forward.
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.