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SFUSD Calendars for 2019–20 AND 2020–21

It’s suddenly time to start registering for camps and planning for summer break! The official SFUSD calendars for the next two school years were approved at the Board of Education last week. Highlights are below, and you can view/download the complete calendars here: (only English for now – translations coming soon).

Key 2019–20 Dates

  • First Day of School: Monday, August 19
  • Labor Day: Monday, September 2
  • Indigenous People’s Day/El Dia De La Raza: Monday, October 14
  • Veterans Day: Monday, November 11
  • Thanksgiving Recess: week of November 25–29
  • Winter Break: weeks of December 23, 2019 – January 3, 2020
  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day: Monday, January 20
  • Lunar New Year: Friday, January 24
  • Presidents’ Day: Monday, February 17
  • Spring Break: week of March 30 – April 3
  • Memorial Day: Monday, May 25
  • Last Day of School: Tuesday, June 2

Cal Academy Summer 2019 Youth Program Applications are Now Open!

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Be part of the youth community at the California Academy of Sciences. Apply today!
Youth Programs Applications are Now Open!

Are you excited about the natural world and interested in sharing your passion for science in fun and creative ways?

The California Academy of Sciences is now recruiting middle and high school youth for summer 2019. Applications are open for the Careers in Science and Teen Advocates for Science Communication programs, including a special new option for 6th and 7th graders.

Applications close on Monday, April 1 at 11:59 pm.

For more information about our programs, visit

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3 ways to help get $60 million for our schools (including a 30-second option)

CALLING ALL APG FAMILIES: How should our city spend $181 million of the unexpected ERAF surplus? SFUSD has requested $60 million to fund the needs of public schools and honor the will of voters who passed the Living Wage for Educators Act last June.

The APG PTSA Board supports this request, and in turn we are asking our community to speak up in support of our schools – including paying the raises our teachers were promised. Here are three ways you can help:

  1. Today (takes 30 seconds): Sign this petition, showing the mayor and Board of Supervisors that you support allocating at least $60 million to our schools:
  2. This Sunday (1/27): Attend Supervisor Mar’s Budget Town Hall on Sunday, 10am–noon, at the Sunset Rec Center (2201 Lawton/29th):
  3. Next Tuesday (1/29): Join the rally at City Hall on Tuesday, 4–6 pm:

Let’s do everything we can to support our kids, our schools, and our teachers. Thanks for considering!