2/3 Spring Project: Zoom into Physics!

From the 2nd and 3rd grade teachers: Hello Families!! Our spring project will be based around physics and engineering.  Students will be learning all about physics and applying engineering and design concepts to build model roller coasters.  Annnd, we can’t study roller coasters without taking a class trip to see them in action! 🙂 We have a Donor’s Choose up online to fund a
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Pancake Breakfast Coming Up, April 8th

Hey SFC! It’s time for our annual Pancake Breakfast! Saturday, April 8th from 10am-1pm, we host our usual extravaganza with all-you can eat pancakes and other yummy foods, along with live music from The Bogues (led by SFC parent Paul Griffiths). We’ll have a bouncy house and other fun activities. We are in need of volunteers to shop and get ready for the breakfast,
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Welcome New Families!

Welcome new families who have received assignment to SFC for the 2017-18 school year! And welcome to families who may be looking at SFC for Round 2. If you are looking to find out more information about SFC, there are two upcoming events for you: Our spring tour will be on Wednesday, April 5th at 9.15am in the cafeteria. Our principal, Chris Rosenberg, will
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K/1 Go Camping!

Thursday March 9th the entire K/1 – about 65 kids and their chaperones – went camping to Rob Hill Campground in the Presidio. This is a community building activity that SFC has participated in for years now and we all value. It’s part of the CAP (Camping at the Presidio), a program that is designed to get urban kids outside and explore the beauty of
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Black History Celebration

At the Friday assembly last week, SFC held a special celebration of Black History Month and it’s rich history as well as our African American Honor Roll Students. The day started with recognition of SFC grey foxes who were honored for holding up SFC virtues. Congrats to all the students who continue to do their best every day. Then, our beloved Mary then explained
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Community Meetings 2/21 and 2/28

Just another reminder that our Whole School Community meeting is coming up TOMORROW night, Tuesday 2/21- dinner starts at 5:30, and the meeting will be from 6-7:30.  This meeting will be in the CAFETERIA (not the library as listed on the flyer) What do YOU think SFC should aim for next year?  What priorities are important to YOU and your child? We’ll be discussing
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Ms. Joy’s 2/3 – Fall Project Open House

Tuesday, December 13th was the SFC Project Open House.  Project based learning is a key part of the SFC curriculum.  This year all the 2/3 classes were studying science through cooking. Ms. Joy’s class tackled making cookies and pancakes and popcorn as a vehicle to learn science and different states of matter. Last month, this class also had a field trip to learn about
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Ms. May’s Kinder – Project Open House

At SFC’s fall Project Open House on Dec 13th, Ms. May’s Kindergarten students had their first experience of presenting what they have learned this semester. They learned to be scientists! They learned to ask questions and make observations. They learned about their five senses. They took it even further to learn all about force and motion and friction. It was amazing to hear their
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End of Year Donations

Exciting news! An anonymous donor has offered to match all donations made by this Friday, 12/16, up to $5,000! Don’t let this money go to waste- please donate today. Go to our Donate page (link at the bottom of every page on our website) and use the PayPal button to make a donation online. Or, drop cash or a check made out to “Project
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Project Open House on December 13

The students and staff at San Francisco Community School invite you to our K-8 Fall Project Open House Tuesday, December 13 at 5:30 pm Project Titles: K/1: How to Be a Scientist 2/3: Cooking Up Some Science 4/5: Voice, Power and the Government 6-8: Inventions that Matter! Classroom presentations 5:30-6:35 pm followed by cookies and milk in the cafeteria Come see our students present what
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