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Superintendent's Message on End of the Year 5-25-22

It is hard to believe that we have made it through another eventful and stressful year, but we have. As we bring the 2021-22 school year to a close, I want to reflect back on the many ways in which we have proactively responded and pivoted to different health and safety requirements throughout the year.

Bike Giveaway Program Teaches Spruce Elementary School Students How to Ride

Every Kid Deserves a Bike was launched by the City of South San Francisco this year, in broad partnership with educational, business and civic organizations and volunteers, to connect children from low-income families with outdoor experiences and growth through free bicycles and support. It has so far delivered bikes to 150 kids in South San Francisco.

Spruce Elementary’s Garden of Delight

While Spruce Elementary is fortunate to have a garden that can provide students with lessons about nature, it’s clear that the school is equally fortunate to have a teacher like Ms. Del Bianco.

In the News: San Mateo County Leaders Laud Education Funding Boost

With more than half of California’s $97 billion budget surplus going to education following the release of a revised 2022-23 budget, many local education leaders are lauding the boost while acknowledging more must be done to stabilize funding of the state’s public education system.

In the News: San Mateo County Enrollment Stable for Now

Like school districts across the state, San Mateo County education leaders are continuing to adapt to a dip in California’s student-age population which has prompted state leaders to better research the causes of the exodus to develop potential solutions.
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