Nominate your public school principal for the

Mayor’s Principal of the Year Award

Deadline: Friday, March 25, 2011

Excellent Principals build Excellent Schools

This is your chance to show your support by nominating your principal and recognizing their strength in leadership. Excellent principals build strong and successful schools by:

  • Leading with integrity and setting an example for teachers and students
  • Striving for academic achievement and success for all students
  • Collaborating with families and community organizations

Four awards will be given for each division: Child Development, Elementrary/K08, Middle School, and High School.

Submit your nominations online: www.sfgov.org/mayor (then click on Mayor’s Office Departments – Education).

Nominate your public school teacher for the

Mayor’s Teacher of the Month Award

Deadline: Friday, March 25, 2011

Teachers make a lifetime of difference. Join a citywide movement in San Francisco to thank our public school teachers for all that they do on behalf of young people. There are three specific ways we are looking for help:

  1. Nominate your favorite teacher for the Mayor’s Teacher of the Month Award. Submit your nomination online: www.sfgov.org/mayor (Click on Mayor’s Office Departments – Education) This is your chance to show your support and recognize teachers’ commitment to excellence. Ten awards will be given to represent each month of the academic year.
  2. Be a Thank a Teacher Captain. Our goal is to send a thank you postcard to every San Francisco public school teach; to do that we need your help. As a Captain you would adopt a school and organize your fellow parents (students, friends, family, co-workers etc.) to write notes so that every teacher at the school receives one. We provide the school teacher roster and postcards.
  3. Encourage your friends to visit ThankaTeacherToday.org for ideas on how they can thank a teacher. Post to facebook, send your friends an email, put up a Thank a Teacher flyer in your car and home window.
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