Westborough Students Support Fire victims
We want to thank the students at Westborough Middle School for collecting much needed donations for the people who were displaced during the Middletown and Cobb Valley Fires. We want to thank Mrs. Nancy Pon for bringing this need to our attention along with Mr. Joe Toy and the Leadership students for putting the fundraiser together.
This is what community is all about, helping others no matter what!
El Camino High School Stadium Lighting
South San Francisco, September 21, 2015
LED Stadium Lighting Project
You are invited to take part in our community project to add permanent LED lighting at the El Camino High school stadium. This project aims to bring science education, field upgrades and energy efficiency to South San Francisco.
With the addition of these LED stadium lights, our student athletes will be able to compete in the evenings and experience the thrill of performing when their parents and other community members can attend.
We are committed to ensuring that the questions and/or concerns of the community are addressed.
For more information contact: Daniel Lunt, Principal 650-877-8806 email@example.com
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South San Francisco Farmers' Market
SSFUSD Student Suspensions, Expulsions Show Marked Decrease
April 29, 2016
The South San Francisco Unified School District has embarked on a major effort to reduce student suspensions and expulsions and to codify new, progressive mechanisms leading to a fresh approach to District disciplinary policies and procedures.
Martin ES & Baden HS Win Kent Awards
April 29, 2016
Two schools in the South San Francisco Unified School District have been named recipients of coveted 2016 Kent Awards.
SSFUSD Martin Elementary School Earns Recognition as a Gold Ribbon School
April 15, 2016
We are so unbelievably proud of the Martin Staff, students, and families! It is truly a wonderful gift to this community to be validated and recognized as a Gold Ribbon School. The ...more
SSFUSD Brings in Outside Experts to Assist with Bond Program
April 29, 2016
The South San Francisco Unified School District Board of Trustees has agreed to take a series of key steps to upgrade and facilitate its handling of taxpayer-financed Measure J construction bond funds.
SSFUSD Board Makes Moves to Facilitate Construction Work
April 5, 2016
The South San Francisco Unified School District Board of Trustees has made several significant decisions regarding construction projects at District school sites.
The moves, designed to ...more
Dr. Moore Gives Keynote Speech at 2016 CA Title I Conference
SSFHS Girls Prepare for State Basketball Tournament
March 7, 2016
In spite of a loss in the Central Coast Section’s Division III (medium-sized schools) championship game March 5, the South San Francisco High School varsity girls’ basketball team is ...more
South San Francisco High School Expands Its History Day Program
February 22, 2016
South San Francisco High School is the only school on the San Mateo Peninsula to offer the History Day program to all of its juniors enrolled in U.S. History. This year will mark the ...more
SSFUSD Substitute Teachers Needed
December 17, 2015
The South San Francisco Unified School District is in need of substitute teachers for our Pre-School, Elementary, and Secondary programs. Our automated system calls substitute teachers as needed and opportunities include daily, multi-day, and long-term (20+ days or more for the same teacher) assignments. Placements for immediate assignment are available now, and all qualified candidates are invited to apply!
Our New Daily Rate for Substitutes
South San Francisco Administrator Superstars!
December 8, 2015
It’s important to acknowledge and highlight the work of staff who are going above and beyond the call of duty! In an effort to initiate this recognition, Cabinet began by celebrating ...more
SSFUSD Dedicates New, Modern High School Buildings
September 25, 2015
The grand opening of nearly 33,000 square feet of modern academic classroom space in three new buildings on the campus of South San Francisco High School was held on Sept. 25.
Genentech Announces New STEM Education Initiative to Support South San Francisco Schools
El Camino Dance Show
Local Food Pantry will Continue Services Throughout the Summer
Second Harvest Food Bank of Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties continue to provide a school pantry distribution, for the community of South San Francisco, at the South San Francisco Adult School serving approximately 120 families. Distributions occur on the 3rd Tuesday of each month (at 3pm).
The food pantry distributions will continue throughout the summer months. Second Harvest is devoted to helping families who struggle with food insecurity.
Please visit Second Harvest’s website for more information: http://www.shfb.org/
Three SSFHS Students Qualify for National Math Contest
April 4, 2016
Three South San Francisco High School students scored 99 percent on an online mathematics contest and, in doing so, qualified to be on a reserve list for the MathCon national finals at ...more
National History Bee
March 21, 2016
Congratulations to two of our Alta Loma 8th grade students. They have qualified to participate in the National History Bee in Chicago, Illinois.
The students are:
Milo Duncan answered the maximum number of questions allowed in each round (eight). There were three rounds. He answered 24 questions plus he received bonus points along the way. He just missed out of the Championship Round by one place.
Brittney Cedeno Named Girls’ Player of the Year
March 30, 2016
Brittney Cedeno, a star sophomore point guard at South San Francisco High School, has been named Girls’ Basketball Player of the Year by the San Mateo Daily Journal. Brittney led the ...more
SSFUSD educators at the California Association for Bilingual Education
March 25, 2016
SSFUSD educators at the California Association for Bilingual Education ( CABE ) learning about best practices to support English Learners and their families.
Youth Art Show
SSFUSD & Cultural Arts Commission host amazing student art show! We are so fortunate to have such talent in our school district and city!
Genentech Scholarship Winners
Another Successful Student Exchange Program
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.
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Junipero Serra 5th grader Reina Canas was awarded a certificate of recognition for leading the pledge of allegiance.
Junipero Serra Elementary School volunteers Timothy Cho, Traci Cho, Anita Jackson, Charlene Santos, and Carla Webb were presented with certificates of appreciation. (Photos are for those volunteers present at the meeting.)
Congratulations to the following District students who are being awarded $1,000 scholarships by the SSF Chamber of Commerce!
El Camino High School - Melinda McMonigle, Natali Vasquez, and Sarah Yoa
South San Francisco High School - Diana Flores, Celyn Gonzalez, Maritza Prieto, Jazmin Gonzalez, Diana Molina, Karla Hernandez Navarro, Farah Hakim, Tora Ng, Julissa Gonzalez, and Alan Perez
Baden High School - Sarah Aquiniga, Ariel Montoya, and Gilberto Vega
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