SFUSD continues to plan and prepare to reopen school sites. This week the SF Department of Public Health conducted more inspections at some of the SFUSD school sites district staff have been preparing to reopen.
Through the Office of Extended Learning and Support (ExLS), SFUSD offers High School Credit Recovery (HSCR) opportunities for students that need to earn credits towards graduation and/or to become UC-CSU eligible.
SFUSD offers High School Credit Recovery opportunities for students that need to earn credits towards graduation and/or to become UC-CSU eligible. Reach out to your assigned high school counselor to learn more.
Are you applying to a new school for your student next year? SFUSD has a new tool to help you create your list of schools more easily. Make an appointment with an Educational Placement Center counselor if you have questions.
SFUSD continues to be committed to college enrollment for 12th grade seniors during distance learning. Here are some helpful videos to support students and families currently engaged in the college application and enrollment process.
Superintendent Matthews is sharing this update with SFUSD families regarding plans to gradually begin offering in-person learning for students enrolled in certain grades and programs at a set of schools.
In response to feedback from families to accommodate school and work schedules, meal pickup will now be offered in the afternoon, two days per week. Schedule changes are also being made to accommodate the Thanksgiving holiday.
Learn more about the work happening to prepare schools for a safe reopening for small groups of students. At SFUSD, these small groups are the youngest students (early elementary) and students with disabilities in moderate/severe special day classes.
October is Filipino American History Month. SFUSD celebrates by highlighting the diversity, brilliance and beauty of the Filipinx community both in their countries of origin but particularly in the diaspora and their presence here in San Francisco.
A public hearing will be held on Oct. 6 at 3 p.m. as part of SFUSD’s regular Board of Education meeting to determine the sufficiency of textbooks or instructional
materials as required by California Education Code Section 60119.
This Election Day, San Franciscans will vote on Proposition J, which addresses a legal loophole to continue providing funds to SFUSD and Proposition 15, which would increase revenue for public education and other services.
SFUSD is preparing to move into a hybrid model for small groups of priority students once science and data suggest it is safe to do so. In order to reopen school buildings for in-person instruction, several factors need to be in place.
The SF Public Library emailed library card numbers to all SFUSD students on September 1. Students can choose eBooks from the library, and SFUSD librarians are compiling lists of suggested eBooks and audiobooks.