The Laurel School, one of San Francisco’s oldest independent schools serving children with special learning needs, announced that it will be closing its doors in June 2020.
On May 3, parents and caretakers of children who attend the Parkside Preschool and Kindergarten on 19th Avenue at Taraval Street were informed by letter that the school will be closing after decades of serving the needs of preschoolers. The school will cease to operate on June 28.
Pictures from Lafayette Elementary School Read Aloud Day, April 12, 2019
An effort to give landmark status to two Richmond District schools is languishing in limbo after the nomination of both schools by the City’s Historic Preservation Commission was rejected by the San Francisco Board of Education.
On Sunday, February 24, 2019, over 125 people assembled in the A.P. Giannini Middle School library to discuss ways to bring more City College classes to the Sunset District.
The SF Unified School District’s (SFUSD) Visual and Performing Arts Department celebrated kindergarten through 12th grade dance programs by hosting a Dance Showcase at Presidio Middle School on Nov. 7.
The Adventures in Music (AIM) program, which connects the San Francisco Symphony with the San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD), started in 1988 with 17 schools. More than 200,000 enlightened students later, AIM is still going strong and celebrating 30 years of music education partnership.
Ulloa Elementary School’s Title F National Distinguished School award celebration.
On March 16, the Google Doodle Team visited George Peabody Elementary School in the Richmond District and surprised the students by revealing that a recently installed mural honoring the school’s namesake was designed and painted by Doodle artists […]
The school was named for St. John of Shanghai and San Francisco, a bishop in
Shanghai who came to the United States and brought an orphanage from China.
The Ortega Branch Library will host a 10-week-long introductory session for students in
the first through third grades who want to learn Mandarin.
The free series will examine the major events, accomplishments and relationships that
shaped the participants’ lives.
While the housing crisis in the City has been a dilemma for families, it has also been an
issue for colleges and universities as well, including the University of
San Francisco (USF).
To date, the non-profit organization has given away more than two million free
books to facilities, programs and professions that serve children.
“Over the summer what they did was a three-phase construction,” Lee said, starting with
the renovation of the classrooms, then moving on to the administrative building.