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Celebrating SFUSD Pride Month
Dear SFUSD Families:

It’s no secret that San Francisco is a leader in celebrating diversity, and our schools have also been nationwide leaders in affirming the rights of our lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning students.


The San Francisco Unified School District is proud to honor the members of our LGBTQ+ community in celebrating Pride Month in April. The voices of our students lead the way-- celebrating our LGBTQ+ students and community members is a part of who we are.


Learn more about the latest SFUSD resources, opportunities, and bright spots in this month's family and community newsletter.



Dr. Vincent Matthews

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Featured in this month's Family Newsletter:
Draft 2022-2023 Academic Calendar Available
SFUSD's 22-23 academic calendar will be voted on at the April 12 regular board meeting. Each winter SFUSD staff, union representatives and parent representatives meet to discuss the academic calendar for the upcoming school year. Once the calendar is agreed upon, it must be approved by the SF Board of Education.
Round 2 Enrollment Application Deadline: May 2
If you missed the Main Round deadline for 2022-23 enrollment, you can apply for Round 2 through May 2, 2022. Families who submit an application for Round 2 will receive their school offer letters the week of May 30, 2022.
School Library Month
April is School Library Month. At SFUSD, all of our school librarians are credentialed teachers who plan diverse learning experiences to inspire equitable, active student participation.
Celebrating a Year of Returning to In-Person Learning
SFUSD continues to follow public health guidance and schools have remained low-risk settings by following proper safety protocols. Here are some highlights from the past year.
Ignite Potential 2022
Spark’s Ignite Potential 2022 celebrates SFUSD’s students and leaders, and the community that supports them. Event proceeds will benefit the transformative work of the African American Achievement and Leadership Initiative (AAALI).
Child in mask and writing desk
COVID Testing Offerings
SFUSD will continue to provide Color self-swab testing service for staff and students, with daily pick up at every school site. Additionally, rapid antigen on-site testing services will continue to be available to the SFUSD community. Due to low usage, Color monitored mobile sites for COVID-19 testing will phase out in April to support group tracing at schools.
Books About Climate Action
In honor of Climate Action Month, San Francisco Public Library (SFPL) librarians have curated a list of titles available at your local library that can inspire our kids to learn about our planet and how they can fight for climate justice.
LGBTQ+ 101 Workshop Resources for Families
The Parent Advisory Council and SFUSD's Student and Family Services Division hosted virtual workshops this week for families curious about queer, trans*, and intersex identities.

Childcare at Regular Board of Education Meetings


SFUSD will provide childcare for Regular Board Meetings on the 3rd floor of 555 Franklin Street from 5-9PM (or the close of the meeting, whichever comes first) for families who will be attending the Regular Board meeting. Space is limited and will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis for children ages 3 to 10. Contact Alecia Barillas, Board of Education Liaison, at 415-410-4916 or with questions.

School Planning and Budget


Get involved! Review SFUSD's 2022 School Planning Summit, and learn how you can participate in the LCAP Task Force to inform the Local Control and Accountability Plan and the budget process.

Summer Together 2022
Summer Together brings community organizations, nonprofits, businesses, and City departments to offer in-person summer experiences for our highest-need and hardest-to-reach youth.
June Jordan students express themselves through music class
Students at the June Jordan School for Equity showcased their original musical work and shared their experiences in the newly established Music Tech and Production Career Pathways program, made possible by a grant from Save the Music. 
Teacher librarian offers best practices for bilingual and dual language programs
Judy Viertel, the teacher librarian at Marshall Elementary, shared some of her learnings to better help students in bilingual and dual language programs.
Student and Family Services Division
Can help with...
Student Attendance Review Board
Records Requests 
Location and Contact
Phone: 415-340-1716 
Transcript & Work Permit Office
Student Nutrition Services
Student transcripts
Work Permit
Breakfast + Lunch program
Free/reduced lunch applications
Pandemic EBT
Phone: 415-340-1716 
841 Ellis Street
Phone: 415-749-3604
Transportation Services
Transportation for students with Individualized Education Plans (IEPs)
General Education busing  
Transportation bus service for paid, athletic, and art program trips
841 Ellis Street
Phone: 415-749-3604
Educational Placement Center
Student enrollment
Language assessments
Address change
555 Franklin Street
1520 Oakdale Avenue
Phone: 415-241-6085

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or see the Contact Us page

*Hours of operation for the phone will be Monday through Friday from 9am- 1pm. Phones will be closed on school holidays. Callers can still leave a voicemail at all hours.
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