The San Francisco Unified School District’s (SFUSD) Board of Education will appeal a San Francisco Superior Court ruling regarding the way the Board decided to cover murals at George Washington High School was illegal.
Following two straight seasons without a win, and after more than a year of city lockdowns, the George Washington High School football team – the Eagles – scored a victory over Galileo High School, 19-14 at their first home game.
Press Release: George Washington High School Alumni Association Victor Arnautoff Mural Victorious CEQA Court Ruling Statement Release
San Francisco Superior Court Orders School Board to Void Illegal Actions to Destroy or Cover Historic Arnautoff Murals.
The San Francisco Unified School District’s (SFUSD) plan to cover the controversial “Life of George Washington” murals at his namesake high school in the Richmond District was derailed after a judge ruled that the way the district went about it violated state law.
One of my favorite things to do for teachers in high school was to go get their mail, partly to get out of class to stretch my legs, the other part was to see if I could pick up on any good gossip going on in the office.
Our official 2021 season kicks off with first practice on July 19 and a 10-game schedule with the hopes of playing this Thanksgiving at Kezar Stadium.
SFUSD to Change Schools’ Names: ‘Guiding Principles’ Deem George Washington, Abraham Lincoln and Others Unworthy of the Honor
“All the schools that are on the list, their names will be changed,” Commissioner Mark Sanchez said. “So, we just want to be really clear with our communities that that’s going to happen.
Winnie Quock, a recent graduate of George Washington High School in the Richmond District, was awarded a $2,500 prize after she placed first in the San Francisco Historical Society’s annual Fracchia Prize writing competition.
… we are concerned the district is undertaking a misguided and costly distraction by proposing to rename at least 45 elementary, middle and high schools.
The George Washington High School Alumni Association won the first round in its court fight with the San Francisco Unified School District over a series of murals on the life of the first president, the school’s namesake.
Video from a public forum held on Feb. 22 at the Palace of Fine Arts Theater where panelists discussed the “Life of George Washington” murals at San Francisco’s George Washington High School. The murals are an ongoing source of controversy that has made international news.
New information has emerged that the San Francisco Unified School District’s (SFUSD) Board of Education broke a deal decades ago, setting the stage for the present controversy about the George Washington High School murals. A 1968 agreement indicates that a deal was reached to keep the murals in place but include plaques beneath each one explaining the history left out of the murals, which was not done.
George Washington High School Alumni Association event to help save the Washington murals.
… It is a historical fact that while a great leader of the American Revolution, George Washington DID OWN black slaves, and that as America grew into a strong and prosperous country, many Native Americans WERE SLAUGHTERED.
Board members guiding San Francisco’s school district might consider the fate of murals on the life of first president George Washington at his namesake high school settled, but opponents of the plan to cover them are responding like Revolutionary War hero, John Paul Jones, when he said he had only begun to fight.