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    At the January 17, 2019 school board meeting, a public hearing was held regarding Trustee districts.

    Currently, the five SSFUSD School Board of Trustees, serve the community ‘at large’.

    Beginning in 2020, SSFUSD will be changing to five district areas with an elected Trustee for each area.

    The following two maps were proposed and discussed at the meeting.
    Map Proposal 1
    Map Proposal 2

    The following link provides access to an interactive map where the community can examine the proposed Trustee areas in depth.
    Interactive Districting Map

    For those who have appropriate GIS software and interested in submitting your own map please review the information provided below.

    GIS Data Files
    For residents with GIS software, the “shapefile” in the linked *.zip file provides the data needed to use your GIS software to review proposed maps or to draw your own map proposal.  If you do not have your own GIS mapping software, you can use the interactive review site, or the PDF maps and demographics, to review the proposed draft maps. And feel free to sketch any desired map revisions on any printed or other maps and send that in.

    Census Block Files
    For residents with GIS software, you can use the census blocks layer to carefully calculate a potential population-balanced map.






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    On May 14, 2019 the Board of Trustees honored the 2018-2019 District Retirees with plaques, presented Years of Service awards for 30 and 35 years, and presented the 2019 Golden Apple awards during the Retirement/Golden Apple Ceremonies held at the Municipal Services Building.

    Please click on the attached document for more information.

    Posted 5/16/19

    Each year, the SSF Chamber of Commerce awards scholarships to deserving seniors in our District.  This year thirty students each received a $1,000 scholarship at a luncheon held in their honor.  These deserving students are from Baden HS, Joseph Alfredo Estrada, from SSFHS, Hanan Elqossari, Alexia Estrada. Xavier Gomez, Katrina Hui, Ritvik Kumar, Raeka Lin, Gary Ng, Celeste Perez, Christine Rahm, Paolo Sigua, Thuan Khiem Ta, Matthew Tom, and Jonathan Yip, and from ECHS, Sydney Lee, Matthew Liu, Andrea Ortega, Mariah Padilla, Mary Padilla, Umar Patel, Ainsley Rosenthal, Jackie Tan, Nicholas Ward, Mikayla Wong, and Nicole Woo.

    Posted 5/14/19

    Each spring the City, in collaboration with the District, offers a Youth Government Day program to local high school seniors.  The purpose of the program is to provide young adults the opportunity to role-play the positions of elected officials and key city staff, become more familiar with the operations of local government, and to learn more about their community.  A luncheon, in their honor, was held in April.  Each student received a certificate of recognition, from the Trustees, for their participation in this event.   These students are, from ECHS, Aaron Adriano, Kiana Leong, Ethan Mizzi, Ainsley Rosenthal, Erica Mai Tano, and Carey Yip, from SSFHS, Nadia Alvarez-Renteria, Megan Chan, Alexia Estrada, Gabrielle Garcia, Alyssa Huerta, Ritvik Kumar, Raeka Lin, Luis Lopez, Guadalupe “Lupita” Rosas, and Jonathan Yip, and from Baden HS Smyth Couto and Fatupumealelei “Silver” Mata’u.  ECHS teacher, Jason Capitan, SSFHS teacher Michael Gassaway, and Baden HS counselor Juliet Johnson were also awarded certificates for their work on the event.

    Posted 5/14/19

    Martin ES Students Advocate for Ruby Bridges Day

    In Honor of Ruby Bridges

    At the request of students from Martin Elementary School, the San Mateo County Board of Education and Superintendent of Schools adopted a resolution creating Ruby Bridges Walk to School Day in San Mateo County, to be honored annually on November 14.

    Ruby Bridges became a symbol of the civil rights movement at age six, when she was the youngest of a group of African American students designated to integrate schools in the American South. On November 14, 1960, her first day of school at William Frantz Elementary School in New Orleans, Ruby was escorted to school by four federal marshals and spent the entire day in the principal’s office as irate parents marched into the school to remove their children.

    You can learn more about Ruby Bridges and the Walk to School Day initiative sponsored by San Mateo County Office of Education’s Safe Routes to School program via the following link:


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    Our Vision & Mission

    In South San Francisco Unified School District, we pride ourselves on providing students with relevant learning EXPERIENCES, giving them opportunities to EXPLORE and cultivate innovation and collaboration. We will foster and EMBRACE diversity of people and diversity of thought, while pushing all students to EXCEL in order for them to grow into resilient and confident people.