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.
To provide broad access to distance learning to all students, we are seeking to record our live instruction and make it available to students who missed the class. Please click here to access the consent form.
After reviewing the best available evidence-based sources of guidance from health officials, and gathering input from staff, students, and families, SFUSD has determined that on August 17, 2020, our fall semester will begin with distance learning.