We partner with many community-based organizations and nonprofits to serve each and every student.
Applying for a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)
Most organizations providing services free of charge to SFUSD will need an MOU. Learn about the process and see MOUs in place to serve SFUSD!
Community Partnerships Network
We facilitate opportunities for SFUSD staff and community organizations to build relationships, inform our practices and strengthen our collaboration.
Distributing Fliers and Promotional Materials
Learn how nonprofit organizations or government agencies can distribute promotional materials or fliers that have a clear educational enrichment purpose at SFUSD.
Using and Renting SFUSD Facilities
Anyone using facilities outside the school day must have a Facility Use Permit.
What forms do I need to work with or provide services at SFUSD schools?
Follow our simple flow chart to see which forms you might need.
San Franciscans know the value of education, and everyone plays an important role in educating our city’s children. Because of your support, more of our students are flourishing.
Proposition A Bond Program
Learn more about how we are creating safe, modern spaces for learning thanks to the bond initiatives passed by voters.
Public Education Enrichment Fund (PEEF)
Learn about voter-approved funds for sports, libraries, arts, music and other programs in the city's public schools.
135 Arts will be the new home for the renowned Ruth Asawa School of the Arts and a new integrative arts center called Mosaic, the epicenter for project-based arts-integrated learning that will benefit all students.
We are partnering with the Mayor's Office of Housing and Community Development to combat the housing shortage and build housing for SFUSD teachers.
The Shared Schoolyard Project
This project provides a place for children and families to play within walking distance of every child in San Francisco by opening up schoolyards across the city for recreation and open space on the weekends.