Free Grab & Go Meals and Account Credits
Free meals are now available to all students, regardless of eligibility, and are now available to siblings not enrolled in SFUSD as well. At this time, our meal sites serve SFUSD students and their siblings only. Adults can continue to pick up meals for children. Every Wednesday, a bag of 5 days' worth of meals (including breakfast, lunch, supper, fresh fruits and vegetables, and milk) is available at 18 school sites. Learn more about locations and what identification to bring at sfusd.edu/schoolfood.
If your SchoolCafe account was charged for school meals between Aug. 19 and Sept. 9, 2020, all charges have now been reversed. If you do not see this reflected in your account, please contact us at SchoolLunch@sfusd.edu.
Developing a New Policy for Elementary Student Assignment
On December 8, 2020, the Board of Education will vote on a new elementary school student assignment policy; any new policy would likely go into effect for students enrolling in kindergarten for the 2023-24 school year.
The Ad Hoc Committee on Student Assignment will meet on Sept. 29 at 4 p.m. and Oct. 14 at 5 p.m. to continue developing a policy recommendation, and we encourage you to join the discussions. All materials from prior meetings are posted on the web at www.sfusd.edu/adhoccommittee, and all policy development materials are posted on the web at www.sfusd.edu/studentassignment. These are great resources to get caught up on discussions to date and to stay informed as the conversations continue to evolve.
In addition to the Ad Hoc Committee meetings, Stanford University and UC Berkeley are hosting an online speaker series about issues related to Student Assignment Policy in San Francisco. In an effort to infuse policy discussions with additional evidence, this speaker series will examine research related to the history of school desegregation efforts, school integration, school choice, and SFUSD’s student assignment policy options. Sign up here.
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