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School News

Superintendent Hogan to leave the District

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Parent/Student/Staff Clean Up Day at ECHS

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Saturday, February 21

Parent/Student/Staff Clean Up Day at ECHS
Organized by John Sanna, PTSA President

Assistant Principal, Jose Gomez (back left), Interim Principal Jim Murphy (middle red shirt), with Trustee Rick Ochsenhirt (on one side) and Assistant Principal, Gary Gooch (on other side). Assistant Principal, Mike Zozos, took the picture.

Pizza lunch provided by PTSA


 

Youth Art Show Posters from Previous Years

2001 through 2014

School Events

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FREE South City Shuttle

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The new South City Shuttle provides free service around South San Francisco, with trips to local stores, senior center, libraries, city hall and parks. The shuttle provides transit connections with SamTrans and BART.

This free shuttle is open to the general public and is wheelchair accessible.

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News Alerts

Run for Schools 5 K Registration
 

Saturday, May 2nd at 9:00 am

South San Francisco High School

(All proceeds go back to the school of your choice!) Continue
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Published: 1/21/15

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District News

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Alta Loma Middle School

DOES YOUR MIDDLE SCHOOL CHILD NEED A PLACE TO GO AFTER SCHOOL?

ONSITE AFTER CARE FOR SSF MIDDLE SCHOOLS


How was this started?
As a community, many parents have expressed the desire to have an aftercare program onsite for their middle school aged children. SSFUSD has partnered with the Boys & Girls Club to pilot a very successful program at Alta Loma Middle School for the 2014-2015 year. SSFUSD and Boys and Girls club are excited to continue the Alta Loma program and expand to Westborough Middle School with an on site program. Currently, Boys and Girls Club offers a 2 day a week program at Parkway Middle School and is considering an expansion of this program.

What’s next?

  • Download the flyer and F.A.Q.s at the links below to learn more about the program details.
  • Preregister your child by April 17,2015 for the 2015-2016 year through online registration or visit the Boys & Girls Club to sign up. www.theclubs.org, or call (650) 589-7090.
  • Enrollment of 30 students is required at your school for the program to be available, so please register by the deadline.
  • A non refundable deposit of $100 is needed to secure your child’s place in the program. The deposit will be applied to the first month fee.
  • Tuition for the program is $290/month.

What can my child and I expect?
For those of us that have had children in after care programs, there are some similarities with homework time, outdoor recreation, art projects, etc. The difference is that these programs are geared toward the middle school age group and more similar to a club, than traditional after care. Your child has more independence helping to choose some of the themes or activities they participate in (e.g., movie making, d.j. skills, and community service), they can help cook healthy snacks with the group in the afternoon and can attend after school activities at their school if they choose (tutor time with a teacher, school clubs and events). This type of experience helps them make new friends, develop strong relationships and help build their confidence during their middle school years. For a quick view of the Alta Loma Middle School program, visit the student run blog at www.bgc-altaloma.tumblr.com

Please see the attached handouts from the Boys & Girls Club regarding registration and general program information. If you have any questions, or would like to visit the Alta Loma Middle School site, please contact Brendan Walsh at bwalsh@theclubs.org or at 415-572-5604.

Out of School Time Committee
SSFUSD School District
Boys and Girls Clubs of North San Mateo County

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Community News

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Youth Art Show 2015

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Tips for Families: How to Keep Your Home Healthy

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Genentech Gene Academy

Genentech brings students from four SSF Unified elementary schools onto the Genentech site once a week for tutoring. This program has expanded to include regular science experiments, teacher training, and providing science supplies for teachers. 

Checkout the video for more information on the Gene Academy.

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Nutrition

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District Calendar

Today: 3/29/15

Board Meeting News

Sunshine Gardens Elementary School honored at March 26 Board meeting

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Sunshine Gardens 5th grader Nicholas "Nicky" Jensen was recognized for leading the pledge of allegiance.

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Sunshine Gardens Volunteers Recognized

Sunshine Gardens volunteers Taghi Astanehe, Sharon Belenson, Maria Campos and Jocelyn Limos received certificates of appreciation from Trustee Rosa Acosta (pictured right) and Principal Nadia Oskolkoff. Frances Griarte and Salvador Rodriguez, not in attendance, also received certificates.

5K Run for Schools contest winner


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5K Run for Schools t-shirt design winning student Raul Reyes III, a Ponderosa 5th grader, was congratulated on his achievement by Board President Judy Bush (pictured left) and race organizer, Principal Nadia Oskolkoff (right).

ECHS student - Jefferson Award winner

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Patricia Anne Mabuhay, an ECHS senior was presented with a certificate of recognition by Board President Judy Bush for winning a Lead 360/Jefferson Award in Education and Literacy for her “Dream Boxes” which are given to needy kids.

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Notices

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Supplemental Educational Services

Information related to Federal requirements for Spruce Elementary and Parkway Heights Middle School. 

Report on Participation in Choice and Supplemental Educational Services

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