Monday, November 29, 2010

Burton jumps on turnovers to move past Leadership

It’s hard to believe that any basketball team can overcome missing its first 15 shots from the floor, but that’s exactly what Burton High School’s girls’ team did in a 38-30 nonleague win over visiting Leadership on Saturday.



Read more at the San Francisco Examiner.

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

International Studies Academy students get early Thanksgiving dinner

On Tuesday, families of students at the International Studies Academy will cook a Thanksgiving dinner for roughly 500 people.

As part of the annual Day of Sharing potluck, the dinner will feature turkeys and traditional side dishes served to students, staff and the Potrero Hill community beginning at 11:45 a.m.

Read more in The Examiner

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Turkeys on tour could be thankful - up for pardon

The President pardons a Turkey each Thanksgiving, so that it does not end up as someone's main course. Read about the Turkey's visit to a San Francisco school in the Chronicle.

School helps Glide Memorial Church with donations

Students from Sheridan Elementary School donated spoons, forks, knives and napkins to Glide Memorial Church to assist with providing a Thanksgiving meal to those who would otherwise be unable to share in the feast. Read more at KGO TV Channel 7

Thursday, November 4, 2010

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

New Board of Education members are voted in

Two incumbents and one newcomer sat on top of a crowded field of 11 candidates running for three available seats on the San Francisco school board, with nearly all precincts reporting.

For more information read SFGate.com and the Examiner.