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San Francisco Unified School District programs, activities, and practices shall be free from discrimination based on actual or perceived race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or gender expression; or on the basis of a person’s association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. If you believe you have been discriminated against, immediately contact the school site principal and/or Executive Director of the Office of Equity, Ruth Diep, at (415) 355-7334 or diepr@sfusd.edu.  A copy of SFUSD’s uniform complaint policy is available upon request.


 
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School Health Programs will continue to support all SFUSD schools to be welcoming and inclusive environments so students are safe, healthy and ready to learn.  Learn more.



Health Awareness Month



November

Harvest of the Month: Sweet Potatoes/Squash

Be An Ally & Stand Up For Peace: Violence Prevention

IN THE CLASSROOM
  • Promote gang violence awareness
  • Practice conflict resolution and effective communication skills
  • Analyze media messages promoting violence
  • Facilitate daily/weekly community circles
  • Teach lessons on understanding, preventing, and reporting bullying and cyber– bullying
SCHOOL WIDE
  • Use Restorative Practices to prevent violence and facilitate conflict resolution
  • Paint Peace Paths on the yard, display Peace Path art projects, develop Peacemakers
  • Play “Good Behavior Game”
  • Organize assemblies on gun violence
  • Celebrate World AIDS Day on Dec. 1: Check out an AIDS Quilt to display; hold penny drives for AIDS emergency fund; order and distribute promotional items (stickers...)

Read the OASIS for ideas & info. Calendar of health education topics | View all Health Awareness themes

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Healthy Schools Checklist - Due November 15

The “Healthy Schools Checklist” is a tool to help school staff prepare to respond to illnesses, injuries and health emergencies. Schools that submit a completed copy of the checklist will receive a “Healthy School Certificate” from School Health Programs. Helpful Links: OASIS | Checklist (from School Health Manual) | Section A: Resources For Emergencies Occurring At Schools | Section B: Emergency Card Procedure/Emergency Care Plans

Planning and Presenting Trauma PD at Your Site - Nov. 6

On November 6, attend a 1-day Training on Planning and Presenting Trauma PD to Staff at Your Site for those that have previously attended the HEARTS 2-day Transforming Trauma PD. Helpful Links: OASIS | Flyer | Registration Form

Connecting Farm to Classroom PD - Nov. 6

On November 6, spend the afternoon at the Connecting Farm to Classroom Professional Development Opportunity and get paid while you receive resources to: take your class on a farmers’ market field trip (Teachers will facilitate their own fieldtrips), encourage students to eat fresh, delicious fruits and vegetables, teach lessons linked to farmers from the Heart of the City Farmers’ Market, and support the SFUSD Wellness Policy. Register by October 30. Helpful Links: OASIS | Flyer | Registration Form | School Health Programs Website

Planned Parenthood Puberty Professional Development

Attend the Planned Parenthood Puberty PD on December 4. Workshop Goals: Review Planned Parenthood puberty curriculum. Practice using curriculum and answering students’ questions about puberty, gender, and sexuality. Access additional resources to empower your teaching about puberty. Expand vocabulary and language around gender identity and inclusivity. Helpful Links: OASIS | Flyer | Registration | School Health Programs Website

Go For Three in November: Lessons in Violence Prevention

Teach three health lessons to support this month's health theme to help fulfill the mandate to teach at least 20 health lessons a year. Resources are provided. Helpful Links: OASIS | Flyer | School Health Programs Website | Health Smart Login Info

New MS Online Second Step SEL Curriculum Now Available

Second Step is a curriculum/program rooted in Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) skills that helps transform schools into supportive, successful, learning environments uniquely equipped to encourage children to thrive. Now available for all middle grade educators, grades 6-8. Helpful Links: OASIS | Flyer | SFUSD Health Education Website

California Healthy Kids Survey

SFUSD Student, Family and Community Support Department, in cooperation with the California Department of Education will be administering the California Healthy Kids Survey (CHKS) online in grades 7,9, and 11 in randomly chosen classrooms in SFUSD schools during October and November 2019. Helpful Links: OASIS

Immunization Compliance Reports Due

The 2019/2020 Immunization Reports are due to the State on Friday, November 1, 2019. Helpful Links: OASIS | PreK Assessment | TK/Kinder Assessment | 7th Grade Assessment

Healthy Party Ideas

Leave the candy and sugary snacks out of the classroom. Teach students and parents/ caregivers about the importance of healthy snacks and physical activity. Healthy Party Resources

Apply to be an FYS Coordinating Program Liaison 

FYS logoThe Foster Youth Services Coordinating Program (FYSCP) Liaison position is designed to provide on-site support and coordinated services to foster youth students. The FYSCP Liaison will work with FYSCP to support the goal of improving educational outcomes for students in foster care. Learn more and apply! OASIS | Application Link | Job Description | Stipend Structure

Foster Youth Tutoring

FYS logoSFUSD contracts with Bay Area Educational Institute to offer both individual and group tutoring to foster youth that attend SFUSD schools. Complete the 2019-20 Foster Youth Tutoring Application today to request tutoring. The application is now available here.

Health Education PDs: Save the Dates 2019-2020 

Health Education Professional Development is available for teachers and staff who are passionate about learning, sharing, and supporting health education in their school. See the linked Elementary Save the Dates and Secondary Save the Dates for professional development opportunities. OASIS | Save the Dates: Elementary | Secondary

Updated Immunizations Requirements for TK/K-12th Grade

Starting July1, there are NEW immunizations requirements for students--view the OASIS for detailed lists. California schools are required to check immunization records for all new student admissions at TK/Kindergarten through 12th grade and all students advancing to 7th grade before entry. OASIS | Immunization Record | Updated Forms, Guides and Materials | School Health Form 2019/2020

Help Support our Foster Youth

Being a Foster Parent is a big part of supporting our Foster Youth in San Francisco, but it certainly isn't the only way. You could be a mentor, backup childcare provider, or educational surrogate. Or you could donate, start a permanency team or just help spread the word. Interested? Learn more | Let us know how you would like to help.

2018-19 Safe and Supportive Schools Resolution Update 

The first 2018-19 Safe and Supportive Schools Resolution report was presented at the January 15, 2019 Regular Board Meeting. Here is an updated presentation based on discussion from the Board of Education. 

DCYF Funded Programs Information and Resource Tool

San Francisco's Department of Children, Youth, and their Families (DCYF) has released an online tool to help SFUSD site staff find out which DCYF funded programs are located at or near school sites. Read OASIS | Visit Tool

School-wide and Classroom Resources to Address Sexual Harassment

SFUSD is dedicated to ending sexual harassment and violence. In response to Violence Prevention Month, please review these resources and training opportunities focused on helping SFUSD
students better understand healthy relationships, sexual harassment and sexual assault. School Health Programs provides training and support for SFUSD staff using these resources. OASIS | Resources for SFUSD School Staff to educate about sexual harassment.

Updated Request for Assistance 1.0 Form

The updated Request for Assistance 1.0 form will provide teachers, staff, and the SAP team an opportunity to gather more information and brainstorm general supports for students that have attendance, academics, health, social, emotional and behavioral concerns. There are four sections to the Request for Assistance 1.0 Form. OASIS | Form | Video

Which organizations have an MOU to serve your students?

Did you know that any organization working with your students
free of charge to the school must have a Memorandum of
Understanding (MOU)? Check out these resources to easily find info about which organizations have an MOU & are eligible to offer services for your students & school and more. OASIS | School Site Reports of MOUs and Services | Seven Things District Staff Need to Know | MOU Information and Resources

Cannabis Laws + Substance Use Prevention Education

Using cannabis is now legal for adults over 21 in California. It’s important for SFUSD teachers, administrators, school social workers, school district nurses, Youth Outreach Workers, and Wellness Center staff to continue to educate students and families on the effects of cannabis use. OASIS | Cannabis Lessons | Youth and Cannabis Fact Sheet | Guardian/Mentor Fact Sheet

Immigrant Support at School Sites

There have been a few news reports recently warning of possible Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) plans to target Northern California for immigration arrests. While these reports do not reflect an official statement made by Homeland Security/ICE, it is still important to be informed and prepared. Thankfully, we have plans in place for supporting vulnerable families. View Resources

Interested in having legal advocates or representatives at your school site to outreach to caregivers, students, and staff about DACA or other immigrant topics? Read OASIS | Community Speaker Request Form - Immigrant Support

Additional resources: What do I need to know about the end of DACA? | Visit RISE-SF - new videos and resources posted!

Injuries and Acute Health Issues at School

Staff must respond appropriately to accidents and acute health issues that happen at school. A call to 911 should be based on the immediate need of the student rather than possible costs. Read info regarding what to do and when, insurance concerns, resources and more. OASIS | Helpful Information (SHM-A)

Wellness Policy in Action! (Audio and Video)

Listen to how Principal Emmanuel Stewart from Carver Elementary School has put SFUSD's Wellness Policy into action. Listen now at Soundcloud! 

See what students and staff are saying about SFUSD's Wellness Policy in this new video!  

Elimination of Personal Beliefs Exemption from Immunizations

All students entering PreK-12th Grade are required to be current with ALL required vaccinations unless the student has a medical exemption in place. Effective January 1, 2016, SB277 eliminated personal and religious exemptions from immunization requirements for children in child care, public and private schools. Read OASIS to learn more.

 

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