COVID: San Francisco Announces Plans For Outdoor High School Graduation CeremoniesOfficials in San Francisco on Tuesday announced a partnership with the San Francisco Unified School District to host COVID-safe outdoor commencement ceremonies for students graduating from high school this year.
New Contract For SFUSD Superintendent Requires Board To 'Act Dignified'The San Francisco school board, under attack for delaying reopening schools during the COVID-19 pandemic and other decisions, agreed to new contract terms with the district's superintendent Tuesday.
SF Board of Education Commits To In-Person Learning For All Students In FallThe San Francisco Board of Education voted unanimously on Tuesday to commit to returning all public school students to in-person learning in August, at the start of the 2021-2022 school year.
San Francisco Middle, High School Students Will Not Return To Classrooms Until The FallDespite pleas from parents, students and city officials, the San Francisco Board Of Education has voted unanimously to delay in-class instructions for middle and high school students until the fall of 2021.
San Francisco Board Of Education Set To Reverse Controversial School Renaming PlanA day after they convinced their superintendent of schools not to resign; the embattled San Francisco school board will meet Tuesday to reverse a controversial decision to rename 44 schools and to hear pleas from middle and high school students begging to return to in-person instruction.
San Francisco Unified Superintendent Dr. Vincent Matthews Delays Resignation For A Year San Francisco Unified School District Superintendent Dr. Vincent Matthews, who fought a successful court battle with city officials over his reopening plan, announced Monday he was delaying his planned resignation by a year until at least June 2022.
Update: Ousted San Francisco School Board VP Allison Collins Files LawsuitSF School Board member Alison Collins on Wednesday filed a lawsuit against the SFUSD, the city and county of San Francisco and individual board commissioners after being voted out as Vice President over racist tweets she posted in 2016.
San Francisco Board of Education Votes to Remove Allison Collins As VP Over Racist TweetsMembers of the San Francisco Board of Education on Thursday approved a "no confidence" vote to remove Vice President Alison Collins from her leadership position over racist tweets she posted five years ago.
COVID Reopening: Judge Denies San Francisco City Attorney Request For Injunction to Reopen SchoolsA San Francisco superior court judge on Thursday denied City Attorney Dennis Herrera's request for a preliminary injunction that would force the San Francisco Unified officials to reopen school by the end of April.
Update: San Francisco City Attorney Herrera Asks Superior Court to Order Schools to ReopenCity Attorney Dennis Herrera on Monday asked San Francisco's Superior Court to order the city's school district to commence in-person instruction at all schools by the end of April.
COVID: SFUSD To Allow Outdoor High School Sports Practices, Games Starting April 12The San Francisco Unified School District will allow high school students to resume practices and games in multiple extracurricular sports next month, the district announced Wednesday.
COVID Schools: San Francisco School Board Approves Elementary Reopening In AprilA year after San Francisco schools moved to remote learning at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the school board just approved the plan to get its youngest students back into class.
San Francisco Schools Superintendent Announces Retirement Amid Battle Over Class ReopeningsSan Francisco Unified School District Superintendent Dr. Vincent Matthews announced Wednesday he was stepping down from his post amid an ongoing and contentious battle over reopening the city's public schools for in-class instruction.
COVID Reopening: San Francisco Unified Reveals More Details Of April ReopeningOfficials with the San Francisco Unified School District released additional details Monday about a plan to resume in-person learning for some schools starting in April, after reaching a tentative deal with teachers late last week.
Group Of SFUSD Parents Frustrated With Reopening Propose Appointed School BoardA group of San Francisco Unified School District parents, frustrated that schools remain closed for in-person learning, proposed on Monday doing away with elections for Board of Education commissioners and instead moving to an appointment-based system.