COVID: Vaccine Sites To Open At 4 San Francisco Unified SchoolsHealth officials in San Francisco announced COVID-19 vaccination sites are opening at four SFUSD schools this week, as part of an ongoing campaign to reach out to those who have yet to receive their shots.
COVID: Nearly 9,000 SFUSD Employees Fully Vaccinated Ahead Of RequirementSan Francisco Unified School District officials said on Thursday that the majority of its nearly 10,000 employees have reported being fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
SFUSD Distributes Backpacks, Supplies Ahead Of Return To In-Person Education MondayBefore Monday's return to in-person classes for the San Francisco Unified School District, the city distributed more than 3,500 backpacks with school supplies to children living in public and affordable housing.
UPDATE: Gov. Newsom Orders Mandatory COVID Vaccinations or Testing For California School EmployeesGov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday morning announced that the state would mandate that all California school employees receive the COVID vaccine or submit to weekly testing.
COVID: San Francisco Unified School District To Require Staff Vaccinations Or Weekly TestingThe San Francisco Unified School District announced that all district staff would be required to receive the COVID-19 vaccine or undergo weekly testing starting next month, joining a growing number of employers issuing vaccine mandates.
COVID Schools: San Francisco Unified Prepares For Full Return To In-Person Learning In Fall 2021After more than a year of disruptions due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the San Francisco Unified School District said they are preparing for a full return to in-person learning at all schools for the 2021-22 school year.
COVID Reopening: San Francisco School District Accused Of Using Loophole To Qualify For State FundsThree state legislators representing San Francisco on Monday wrote a letter asking the state not to give the SFUSD $12 million in COVID-19 reopening funds because they said the district didn't get enough students back in class to qualify.
San Francisco High School Seniors Can Attend Classes for Final Weeks Of School YearSan Francisco public high school seniors will be allowed back on campus for the final weeks of the school year, according to a statement released this weekend by teachers union officials.
Update: San Francisco School Board Votes To Rescind Controversial School Renaming PlanThe San Francisco school board will likely rescind their controversial decision to rename dozens of schools in the district during their meeting Tuesday evening.
Local Lawyers Sue SFUSD Over Renaming Of 44 SchoolsA group of local lawyers sued the San Francisco Unified School District in San Francisco Superior Court last Thursday over issues with the board of education’s recent decision to change the names of 44 schools.
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.
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.