A question not asked of the SFUSD is why are the schools not open when it has been reported that the schools in China have beem open since the year before last?
San Francisco public schools will not be reopening as planned on Jan. 25 after negotiations between the San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) and the teachers union broke down.
How many people go into private schools due to SFUSD school lottery? How many more will now opt out of SFUSD with the proposed demolition of one of this nation’s best academic high schools (Lowell)? How many taxpayers and voters feel alienated by the reductionist thinking of the “school names change commission?”
Herein anticipated actions by the elected School Board members would constitute a clear violation of the Brown Act by committing $10 million of public funds without an adequate public hearing on the basis for such expenditures.
San Francisco and San Mateo County public schools have been closed because of the pandemic for more than nine months, and officials are still struggling with whether and when to reopen.
I cringe to think in my 85th year what names the committee will attach to these schools that have been attended by my father, sister, wife, three daughters and four of my grandsons.
Vote out those who support this. Local schools can form a private committee with their own resources to change a school’s name, if the community agrees.
During the search investigators were able to link the cloud storage account to one of the residents, 72-year-old Delbert Ervin. Investigators also found child pornography on media devices belonging to Ervin.
… 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 schools that are on the list include: Abraham Lincoln High School; James Russell Lowell High School; Herbert Hoover Middle School; Lawton Elementary School; Dianne Feinstein Elementary School; Thomas Jefferson Elementary School; Francis Scott Key Elementary School; Commodore Sloat Elementary School; Robert Louis Stevenson Elementary School; Ulloa Elementary School and Noriega Early Education School.
George Washington High School, Presidio Middle School, Theodore Roosevelt Middle School, Claire Lilienthal Elementary School, Alamo Elementary School, Frank McCoppin Elementary School and Sutro Elementary are all recommended by the School Names Advisory Committee for name changes.
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.
As of now, serving pre-packaged lunches is a necessary evil that SFUSD is being forced to accept. The process of eliminating packaging and waste will take time, effort and a significant initial investment.
The San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) Board of Education voted to remove the “Life of Washington” mural from view by covering it without destroying it, amending its June 25 vote to paint over the mural unless doing so would result in undue delay.
“Life of Washington” mural could be preserved by covering it to make way for new, positive artwork