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Grades 2/3 Field Trip!

The Second and Third grades at SFC are deep in researching their fall projects.  This semester our kids are studying endangered animals specifically polar bears, sharks and sea lions. The three classes of our second and third graders went to the Aquarium of the Bay on Pier 39 to learn more about the sharks and sea lions.  The Aquarium has an amazing program that
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Off to the Zoo! Grade 2/3 Field trip.

It’s project time of year at SFC and the entire 2/3 are doing a project on endangered animals – specifically polar bears, sharks and sea lions. On Friday 10/30/15 all three classes of the 2/3 grade levels were off to the zoo to see the polar bear. We all took a 15 minute bus ride to the SF Zoo. Once inside we broke up
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SFC WHOLE SCHOOL PICNIC 2015

On September 18th, 2015 the entire community of SFC came together in Glen Park for a day of team building and fun. SFC has had a long tradition of doing a Whole School Picnic every year for the students and families. One of the strongest virtues at SFC is our community. We dedicate a lot of time and effort to build relationships with each
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2015 SFC Whole School Picnic is set!

The date, time and place have been finalized by the committee! Please make sure to SAVE THE DATE!! 2015 SFC ALL FAMILIES/STUDENT/STAFF WHOLE SCHOOL PICNIC Where:  Glen Park When: Friday, September 18, 2015 Time:  12pm – 3pm One of our SFC Virtues and the thing that makes SFC so special is our Community. The Whole School Picnic is a tradition at SFC that builds
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SFC School Wide Step Up Ceremony

On Thursday May 21 at 2:30pm the entire school, K-8 met in the lower yard to celebrate SFC’s first annual Step Up Ceremony. This was an event where all the kids in the school could celebrate how far they have come since last August and congratulate each other for moving on to the next grade. SFC always focuses on celebrating our virtues. These are
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K-1 goes camping!

March 26th saw the entire Kindergarten and 1st grade class leap from school, into a bus and land at the Rob Hill camp ground in San Francisco’s Presidio National Park. The grounds are the only camp site in San Francisco and primarily serves school and other community groups. Learn more about the site here. Many parents also joined the group and the weather was
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K/1 gets to go to the SF Symphony

On Thursday March 12, 2015 the SFC kids from all 3 K/1 classes got to attend the San Francisco Symphony’s Concert for Kids. SF Symphony’s blurb: The San Francisco Symphony is proud to present Concerts for Kids, a series of concerts for school-aged children designed as educational tools to develop students’ understanding and appreciation of symphonic music. These engaging performances introduce students to musical
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Ms. Lauren’s K/1 February Writing Celebration

On Friday February 27th the kids in the K/1 had their monthly writing celebration. This month’s topic was Opinion Writing. The kids wrote about subjects like Hawaii and Hot Tubs and The Warriors and more. Kids were encouraged to write about a topic where they could give a bit more detail as to what they liked or didn’t like about their subject. They all
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Family Dance Party!

On Thursday 3/5/15 SFC had its first FAMILY DANCE PARTY of the year. It was super fun!! There were a lot of kids and their parents there ready to dance and move their feet thanks to the DJ’s (Teacher Eric and Parent Eric) playing some bumpin’ tunes. We had nachos and lemonade for snack and the kids had scarves to toss around which helped
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November Dance Skill Exchange – Ms. Lauren K/1 & Ms. Teryka 4/5

These images are from our November Dance Skill Exchange with Lauren’s K/1 class and Terycka’s 4/5th grade class.  The different grades/classes at SFC have what is called their “buddy classroom” and these two are a match. Each trimester of SFC’s dance curriculum is culminated with a skill exchange where students can teach and learn from their peers. Ms. Alli – SFC’s dance teacher – helped
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