Support for Distance Learning Technology
Trained volunteers are here to support you with technology! Just visit bit.ly/sftechtutors to sign up for a free 30-minute session in 9 languages for Zoom, Seesaw, ParentVUE, Chromebooks, Google Meet, Google Classroom, as well as other important tools in Google Suite and the Multipurpose Family Income Form (MFIF).
SF Loves Learning
SF Loves Learning is now airing every weekday, 8:30 to 9:00 a.m. on KTVU Plus. It is also available daily at sfusd.edu/sfloveslearning to watch any time! The theme of this week's episodes on SF Loves Learning is “How to Use Your Five Senses!” A few highlight clips from this week include:
- Lemonade? (Daily Lesson): Maestra Meza explores how to make observations with our five senses while making lemonade!
- Get Up Stand Up (Read Aloud): Dr. Matthews talks about last week’s events in our country and then reads Get Up, Stand Up by Cedella Marley.
- Five Senses (Original Song): This song is about the five senses that humans use to observe the world around us.
You can search for any content from the show in two ways:
- Digital Library: Search for any segment type (read aloud, daily lesson, etc.), educator, Graduate Profile skill, keyword, and more.
- YouTube channel: Subscribe to this channel, explore the playlists, and receive notifications when new content is published.
To contribute content for the show, fill out this submission form (make sure to click “Community” for Type of Segment). To offer feedback about the show, email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information on how to watch the show, visit SFUSD.edu/SFLovesLearning.
We are receiving many inquiries related to the COVID-19 vaccine. A safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine, coupled with continued preventive measures, is our best tool to end the COVID-19 pandemic and safely reopen San Francisco.
Many of the decisions regarding the allocation of the vaccine are being driven by the state and federal governments, including the amount of vaccine a county receives, when, and how. The state has developed a distribution plan for the vaccine, which San Francisco is following. The state is prioritizing populations for the vaccine because the initial supply of COVID-19 vaccines is limited. As vaccine supply increases, more people will get the vaccine, including younger people and people at lower risk for complications from COVID-19. Most people will get the vaccine from their healthcare or insurance provider, later in 2021.
In the meantime, the public is urged to continue to follow all public health recommendations to wear a mask when not in your home, cough into your elbow, wash your hands, and keep 6 feet from others whenever you must be in public places.