It’s time to stop making excuses for the racism in our schools. Here are Lowell BSU student demands and what we can do to support all students in felling welcome and valued in our schools.
Come to Mission HS on Sat., Sept. 19 for a free family college & career resource fair for all ages with parent and teen workshops throughout the day.
Mark your calendars for the First AAPAC meeting of 2015 – 2016 on Thursday, August 20th from 5:30PM – 8:00PM! This is only ONE WEEK AWAY!!! I’ve been working with other families of Black children to put together a strong first meeting for the SFUSD African-American Parent Advisory Committee (AAPAC for short). I’m getting really excited! […]
Many folks still have out-dated ideas of our public schools. Maria Aldaz a proud Mission High School parent, wants you to know why she couldn’t be happier.
Reading through emails from SFUSD parents on the new math sequence, I’d like to clear up misinformation and reinforce some of the great thinking I’m seeing coming out of this debate.
If you are new to hearing about the “accelerated algebra” (aka: tracking) debate in SFUSD, here are a few articles to catch you up to speed.
This past fall, I learned that my girls’ first experience with our school’s instrumental music program was less than desirable. I only found this out after my daughter harassed me mercilessly and asked me to come to her classroom to see for myself. Around October, she started complaining that students spent all their class time “sorting through […]
SFUSD leads the way in designing a new school accountability system which moves away from using ONLY test scores to evaluate school performance.
We can make some great and positive changes if we implement the following recommendations…
Mr. Eric Guthertz, Mission High School’s principal received the Principal of the Year award today from the Mayor on the steps of City Hall at 4pm. I always love to celebrate great SF Public Schools, and it sounds like Mission HS is one of them. That said, I’m sharing out a comment I saw from […]