Statement from South San Francisco Unified School District Superintendent Alejandro Hogan
September 24, 2014
This morning, South San Francisco Unified School District was notified by the South San Francisco Police Department that they had arrested a member of the Campus Security staff and coach at El Camino High School during the investigation of an allegation of a lewd act with a fifteen year-old female. The alleged victim was identified as a student of South San Francisco Unified School District and disclosed the incident to school officials, who in turn contacted police.
Our Water Conservation Program
As California faces extreme drought conditions, everyone's commitment to conservation is important.
The South San Francisco Unified School District wants to do its part to help conserve water, and we have implemented a water conservation program that includes several important features:
Please join us in preserving this precious resource by doing your part to conserve water.
El Camino Track & Field Now Open for Public Use
The District is happy to inform the South San Francisco community that the new El Camino High School track and field facility became open to the public starting Monday, September 22, for individual ...more
South San Francisco High School Opens New Athletic Field
The SSFUSD along with the NFL Foundation Grassroots program, Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) and the San Francisco 49ers dedicated the new athletic field at South San Francisco High School on Monday, August 18th.
Genentech Gene Academy
Genentech brings students from four SSF Unified elementary schools onto the Genentech site once a week for tutoring. This program has expanded to include regular science experiments, teacher training, and providing science supplies for teachers.
Checkout the video for more information on the Gene Academy.
Board Meeting News
Juliana's Journey Foundation
Los Cerritos Elementary School honored at September 25 Board meeting
Los Cerritos 5th grader Zeenia Najmi (pictured with her family along with Superintendent Alejandro Hogan and Principal Kennelyn Celeste) led the pledge of allegiance
Los Cerritos volunteers
Los Cerritos volunteers Irma Garcia, Araceli Hernandez, Hildardo Huerta, and Erendira Terminelli received certifcates of appreciaton from Board Trustee Patrick Lucy for their volunteer work at the site. Clara Vasquez, not pictured, was also awarded a certificate.
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Supplemental Educational Services
Information related to Federal requirements for Spruce Elementary and Parkway Heights Middle School.