Planning on accessing your students digital backpack during the summer?
Do you need to return your students district devices ?
Any student leaving the District is to return their District-issued Chromebook and/or Internet Hotspot including the device’s charging cables to their current school.
To learn more about if you need to or how to return your students district devices check out the Family Technology Information: Devices page.
1:1 Technology Training for Families
Learning a district technology tool? Sign up for a free, personalized, 30-minute virtual session with a trained volunteer at bit.ly/sftechtutors
Get support with:
- ParentVUE, Google Suite, Student Nutrition Form (MFIF), Online Enrollment
- Plus Zoom, Seesaw, Chromebooks, Meet, Classroom
- ...in multiple languages!
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Have you updated your student's emergency contact recently? Did you know you can do it online?
Families are now able to complete the Emergency Card form online through ParentVUE. Through the online emergency card form, families can update their student’s health information, emergency contacts, and upload health forms and immunization records. Families are also able to update their contact information including their phone number, email address, and mailing address.
Need help with district technology?
SFUSD has set up a technology help line for students and families, as part of its Student Family School Resource Link. To reach the Link...
*If you call between 9:00 - 12:00 or 1:00 - 3:00 on weekdays, you can speak to a live agent. Or leave a message any time! Support is offered in multiple languages.
New Seesaw Update!
Messages: The New Announcement Feature:The Seesaw Learning Loop is a communication feature that links the Seesaw Class App (teachers), Student App (students), and Family App (families). Seesaw Messages is a new replacement to the original Announcement feature that provides a secure and flexible means of communication for SFUSD staff, students, and families
This page was last updated on July 11, 2022