SFUSD is working with the City and County of San Francisco, community-based organizations, and local philanthropists to expand Internet access for students in grades 3-12 who need WiFi to engage in SFUSD’s Distance Learning Plan.
In order to continue to provide your child with meaningful learning experiences during temporary school closures, SFUSD is implementing a continuity of learning plan districtwide, which may include online meetings.
SFUSD is asking staff to work from home to the extent possible while the social distancing directives are in place from public health officials. At this time, we know this will last at least until the end of May.
Donate to our COVID-19 Response Fund to help SFUSD serve families during this emergency closure, and help us prepare to support schools when students return. Text "4SFUSD" to 44321 or donate online at: sparksfpublicschools.org/donate.
Seven students from Glen Park have reported respiratory illness. Based on the recommendation of the Department of Public Health, SFUSD is closing Glen Park immediately while public health officials investigate. There are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 at Glen Park.
SFUSD is expanding World Language, not Immersion Programs, in the middle grades over the next few years. Learn more about the direction of SFUSD language programs and what’s available for SFUSD students in grades 6-8.
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SFUSD will continue to serve free meals to eligible students in the 2019-2020 school year. Apply now by submitting the Multipurpose Family Income Form (MFIF), available in English, Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese, Russian, Arabic, and Tagalog.