Take the Speak Up National Survey
Speak Up, a national online research project facilitated by Project Tomorrow, gives individuals the opportunity to share their viewpoints about key educational issues, particularly concerning 21st century education and technology. Community members, parents, and students are encouraged to take the survey so our decisions can be made with your feedback in mind.
- Instructions on taking the survey (includes the secret word for students)
New Standards Mean Changes in Assessing Student Learning
There are some exciting changes going on in SFUSD this year! As you may have heard, the district is transitioning from the old California State Standards to the new Common Core State Standards (CCSS). Standards list expectations for what students should know and be able to do at each grade level. The new standards are more challenging than previous standards and will better prepare students for success in college and career in the 21st century. The new standards will affect teaching and learning, report cards, and assessment.
- Find out more about the changes in student assessment
Apply to SFUSD Schools by January 21
The enrollment process for the 2014-15 school year has begun. Apply for Transitional Kindergarten, Kindergarten, middle, or high school, or request a school transfer by January 21, 2014. Learn more by going to the enrollment section or attend an enrollment workshop.
Free Muni for Youth Program
Low- and moderate-income San Francisco youth between the ages of 5 to 17 can apply for SFMTA's Free Muni for Youth program. The program will run through June 2014. Find out about eligibility requirements and how to apply.
Updated School Accountability Report Cards (SARCs)
School accountability report cards (SARCs) for every district school can be downloaded from individual school profile pages. See a list of all our schools. If you should need a written copy of a SARC, you can obtain one from your school principal or contact the Research, Planning and Accountability Department at (415) 241-6454.
School Meal Menus
- View menus for our early education, elementary, middle, and high schools
- Learn more about meal prices and payment
2013-2014 Instructional Calendar
The 2013-2014 instructional calendar is now available.
Interactive School Selector
Select different features and find matching schools with our interactive school selector.
Find school phone numbers, maps, school websites, SchoolLoop links, SARC info, and more by choosing a school below:
English Language Learners
Find out about services for English language learners.
Special education is instruction specifically designed to address the educational and related developmental needs of children with disabilities.
Does your child need an assessment for special education or special education services?
All children develop at different rates and in different ways. Read more if you think your child may have a disability.
Section 504 Rehabilitation Act Program
Section 504 enables a student with a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activity to receive accommodations and/or related services to ensure equal access to education. Find out more about our Rehabilitation Act Program.
Free Translation & Interpretation Services
The Translation and Interpretation Unit (TIU) has revised its Chinese/English/Spanish glossary of educational terms specific to SFUSD. It is a living document and it will be updated on a regular basis. Read the latest version of the glossary.
21st Century Community Learning Centers Program Application
San Francisco Unified School District’s ExCEL After School Program intends to submit a proposal to the California Department of Education (CDE) for the 21st Century Community Learning Centers Program (Cohort 9) FY 2014-2015 application. The application will be submitted on behalf of schools that meet the eligibility requirements. For more information contact the ExCEL After School Program Office at email@example.com.
Impact Learning. Impact Lives.
Our strategic plan “Beyond the Talk” launched in 2008, and since then our collective efforts have yielded incremental annual gains in achievement for all students. Now, five years later and with a new leadership team at the helm, we have refreshed and deepened this plan so it continues to serve as our north star.
2013 Annual & 5 Year Developer Fee ReportEach year the District provides to the public information on impact fees received from new residential and commercial/industrial development. The 2013 Annual & 5 Year Developer Fee Report documents the collection and expenditure of Developer Fees used to mitigate the impact of new development on the school facilities.
Learn about upcoming events and activities offered by community organizations here.
Community-Based Organizations and Agencies
Before an organization or agency can provide services to students in any public school—even though you provide services free of charge to SFUSD—you need to have a formal agreement with SFUSD that describes your program services in detail, and ensures your agency fulfills legal requirements that protect our students, your organization, and the district as a whole. This agreement is called a “Memorandum of Understanding,” or MOU, and must be approved by the Board of Education as well as district staff.
For community organizations or agencies interested in providing their services free of charge to SFUSD students, families or staff, we have a new, online process for filling out your MOU form! Later this fall, you will also be able to fill out facility use permit requests online.
Agencies will still need to print out your MOU and obtain original signatures for approval, but the online forms are easier to fill out and will allow us to build a database of all the services that community partners are providing to support SFUSD students.
Please be sure to read this information about the MOU process since we have changed some procedures as we’ve updated our systems: Frequently Asked Questions about MOUs (updated Dec. 2013).
For further reference, here is a one-page flowchart detailing the MOU approval process.
If you don’t have an agency username and password, you can contact the technical Help Desk Monday through Friday, from 8 AM to 5 PM at (866) 469-6884 (toll-free).
Weekly Office Hours and MOU Assistance at SFUSD’s Office of Family & Community Engagement
Tuesdays: 1 PM to 3 PM
Wednesdays: 9 AM to 11 AM
Thursdays: 3 PM to 5 PM
(other times by appointment)
555 Franklin Street, Room 104a
Doing Business with SFUSD
The Bid Process:
How do I volunteer in a school?There are many opportunities for community members to volunteer in schools. The San Francisco Education Fund can match you to a teacher that has requested a volunteer. www.sfedfund.org
How do I check a reference for a job applicant formerly employed by SFUSD?
You may contact the Human Resources Office at (415) 241-6101.
How do I get approval to distribute information to staff, students, and/or parents?
All fliers and distributions to school sites from community organizations must be reviewed and approved by contacting the Office of Public Outreach and Communications at (415) 241-6565. Find out more.
How can community organizations partner with SFUSD?
Community organizations can partner with SFUSD by becoming an approved Community Based Organization (CBO). Find out more.
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All positions that do not require a credential
APPLY NOW for classified positions
Human Resources Mission Statement
We are committed to providing employment, support, and information services to applicants, employers, and the community in an efficient, responsive, and courteous manner to best achieve the educational goals of the San Francisco Unified School District.
Message from Our Chief Administrative Officer Roger Buschmann
We are committed to supporting teachers, administrators, and classified staff as well as our parents and the community. Our collective goal is to encourage all San Francisco youth in their development as lifelong learners and citizens of the 21st century. It is also our mission to provide excellent customer service to all guests to Human Resources including applicants, employees, teachers and administrators.
Roger L. Buschmann
Chief Administrative Officer of Human Resources