Recognizing digital learning alone will not serve the needs of particular students, we are planning for print-based materials for students and families, to support our youngest learners and most vulnerable students. Materials will include ELA and Math workbooks aligned to the Common Core State Standards with some introductory conceptual exposures to science and social studies. Any student who does not have digital access will be provided paper based materials, such as leveled texts and trade books, or a textbook as appropriate. Print-based materials will be available in English and Spanish (as appropriate for students whose identified home language is Spanish, participating in a Spanish Language Pathway program and/or receiving ELD services).
Print based materials and learning kits for PreK students and students with disabilities will be based on learning foundations and be developmentally appropriate. Learning kits will be available and can include the following depending on age: pencils, crayons, markers, journals, rulers, glue sticks, construction paper, scissors and index cards.
Additionally, SFUSD will continue its partnership with KTVU to bring SF Loves Learning, a one-hour television show that provides access to academic and social emotional learning opportunities from SFUSD and partners for San Francisco’s youngest students who have disproportionately less access to technology than older students. The content is created by SFUSD educators and special guests.