No, you are not imagining it. Despite folks telling you to just “act normal”. Despite the loosening of mask restrictions. We ARE in a COVID
This chart shows changes in Freshman enrollment at Lowell High School. In years 2017-2018, 2018-2019, 2019-2020, and 2020-2021. Lowell utilized selective a “merit-based” admissions process
[The following is a Twitter thread I posted earlier this morning.] Yesterday, Superintendent Dr. Vincent Matthews sent out a message to staff and families. As
How might state and federal grants help us fill gaps in our budget shortfall and protect vital services to our students?
In September of this year, in light of our current budget crisis, I requested an update on grants that SFUSD has applied for this year.
(A note to the reader: This post is not a short read. But, it is every you need to know about the forces working to
I am always impressed when students reach out directly to me as a Commissioner to make their voices heard. Lately, I’ve been receiving a multitude
Resources for Students and Families Content Warning: These links and words can bring up potential triggers. Last week, on November 9, 2021, during a regular
I have been talking about safe schools for decades, literally. When I first began teaching, it was as a peer resource coordinator at Hoover Middle
As many folks know, I have been asking for weekly testing availability in all schools since the beginning. As a matter of fact, when we
Thoughts on SFUSD’s Return Safely to School Together Plan Last night district staff shared a plan for bringing students back to schools for in-person learning.