School Site Emergency Plan
School sites plan how to respond and recover from an emergency, disaster, or event resulting in the disruption of normal school operations.
The district and the SF Department of Emergency Management work together to conduct district-wide trainings and update every school’s safety plan. Your school’s emergency plan may be viewed in the school’s main office.
If your child has special needs that require additional assistance in an emergency, you can work with school staff to develop an individualized emergency plan.
Learn more about SFUSD's safety and emergency procedures.
SFUSD Student & Family Handbook
The Student and Family Handbook (we use the term family to include parents, caregivers and guardians) is a resource for all SFUSD stakeholders. As a district, we believe that our work educating students is best accomplished when we work in partnership with families and students. This handbook is one tool for how we can work together.
This handbook is a way to understand the rights that you have in the district. It is a place where the district also outlines our expectations for students and families.
Student and Family Resource Link
The SFUSD Student and Family Resource Link is a cross departmental project to support students and families in navigating all of the SFUSD resources available to them.
Students and families can access the Student and Family Resource Link in three ways:
- Go to familylink.sfusd.edu to complete an online request form
- Email request at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Call 415-340-1716 *
*Hours of operation for the phone will be Monday through Friday from 9 a.m.- 1 p.m. Phones will be closed on school holidays. During winter and spring breaks, there will be limited staffing available. Callers can still leave a voicemail at all hours.
Content experts from district departments will respond to a variety of questions including but not limited to:
- distance learning
- student enrollment
- special education
- food & nutrition
- physical & mental wellness
This page was last updated on May 21, 2021