Media Advisory: Superintendent, Special Guests Join AccessSFUSD Students in Holiday Sing Along
Students of AccessSFUSD will host and perform in the 11th annual Holiday Sing Along. The program will also feature guest musicians Superintendent Vincent Matthews, remarks by Deputy Superintendent Myong Leigh, ASL interpretations by Jenny Herges, and former State Senator Mark Leno.
Monday, December 16 / 10:30 a.m. - 12 p.m.
180 11th Street (upstairs), San Francisco
AccessSFUSD has hosted the Holiday Sing Along for the past decade to spread holiday cheer as part of their commitment to learning within inclusive community settings.
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Students of AccessSFUSD will lead attendees in singing classic holiday songs with vocal, percussion, and handbell performances. There will also be special performances by the Access BollyX Class, the Access SFUSD “Minutemen” performance featured at Hamilton, and the Dance Debut for the Disability Changemakers Award.
ABOUT ACCESS SFUSD: THE ARC
AccessSFUSD is a community-based program for students with disabilities ages 18-22. The program works with each student’s goals and interests to further develop their skills and create self-determined individuals who are active in their community.
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