Hello Summer Learning Network Members,
As summer gets closer, we have a few items to share:
1. Don’t forget to register for the Summer Learning Network Conference on April 26th!
2. Information about the SFUSD rental application
3. Town Hall Event for Out of School Time Providers on May 10th
1. San Francisco Summer Learning Network Conference: April 26th
Deadline to register: April 19
The Annual Summer Learning Network Conference will be held on April 26,2013.
The conference will be held from 9:00am- 1:30pm at 1187 Franklin St. (the Unitarian Universalist Center).
This FREE conference will provide practical training and tools to help summer learning programs create a summer culture that is inclusive, youth-focused, and most importantly, fun! The 2013 San Francisco Summer Learning Conference is designed for front-line staff, teachers, and site coordinators. It will host various Bay Area presenters with topics including: Summer Culture, Classroom Management, Field Trip Logistics, Lesson Planning/Enhancement, and Team Building… In addition, the following program specialty sessions will be included: Arts, Sports/Fitness, Nutrition, and STEM. The conference will also include a resource fair for providers to sign up for summer learning opportunities, field trips and events.
Free breakfast and lunch will be served.
Come reDEFINE Summer!
For more conference information, please contact Jennifer Hicks, firstname.lastname@example.org
2. SFUSD: Submit Applications for Summer Facility Use by end of April/early May
The SFUSD Real Estate Office is asking all CBOs to submit their applications for use of SFUSD facility this summer to their office by April 24th, if possible, or if not possible by May 3rd. SFUSD’s permitting policy requires a complete permit application must be submitted to the Real Estate Office at least 20 business days prior to the first requested use date. Information about SFUSD facility use is posted at http://www.sfusd.edu/en/doing-business-with-sfusd/real-estate.html.
If you have any questions, please contact the SFUSD Real Estate Office at (415) 241-6090.
Please note: SFUSD Revised Summer Rental Fee Schedule
SFUSD has revised its summer rental fee schedule to:
a) Extend the discounted rates for CBOs from June 3, 2013 through July 24, 2013, for a total of 7 and half weeks available at the discounted rate.
b) Alter the $100 flat hourly rate charged for the use of facilities before 8:00 a.m. and after 5:00 p.m. The hourly rate will be applied as a flat rate regardless of the number of rooms used during those hours. However, when possible, the District strongly encourage all CBOs to consolidate their programs into ONE large facility such as a multipurpose room or a cafeteria after 5:00 p.m. (or as early in the day as possible) in an effort to minimize custodial cost, so that the custodial staff can start cleaning earlier in the shift.
The revised fee schedule with these changes included is attached. For more information, please go to:
http://www.sfusd.edu/en/doing-business-with-sfusd/real-estate.html or contact the SFSUD Real Estate Office at 241-6090.
3. Afterschool For All Town Hall Event- May 10th
Do you strive to provide high quality and innovative out of school time programming? Do you recognize challenges that need to be addressed for the out of school time field in San Francisco? Are you ready to share your thoughts?
Afterschool For All Town Hall
Friday, May 10, 2013; 10am to 1pm
at City College of San Francisco’s Ocean Campus, 50 Phelan Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94112 (Accessible from the Balboa BART station and MUNI 9X, 9AX, 9BX, 49, 29 and 43 lines)
Sponsored by the SF Afterschool for All Advisory Council
Co-Sponsored by: SF Beacon Initiative, SF Summer Learning Network, SF Out of School Time Coalition, City College’s Child Development & Family Studies Dept. – Youth Worker/ School Age Program, and SF State University’s Dept. of Child and Adolescent Development, Child Care Planning and Advisory Council, the Human Services Agency Office of Early Childcare and Education, and the Youth Employment Coalition
What you can expect from the Town Hall
- · Information & Tools: learn about current and past Afterschool for All efforts and how they apply to your work
- · Collaboration: provide feedback about what you see as opportunities and challenges for the out of school time field in San Francisco
- · Innovation: come prepared to share your innovative practices and your thoughts on the future of out of school time in San Francisco
Who Should Attend?
Any staff working in an out of school time program in San Francisco: afterschool staff, summer program staff, teaching artists, interns, executive directors, program managers, tutors…