May/31/2016 Free Computer Coding Training for Youth 16-24 yrs.

Posted by lgannon • May 31st, 2016

To learn more about our events and services, please contact the Career Center at:  
 
1449 Webster St. San Francisco.
Orientations are held MondayTuesdayWednesdayand Thursday at 10:00am.
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May/31/2016 See Christian Robinson, Award-winning Children’s Illustrator!

Posted by lgannon • May 31st, 2016

May/30/2016 Monthly CoveredCA Enrollment Event

Posted by lgannon • May 30th, 2016

May/27/2016 Become MS Office Certified- Western Addition Center

Posted by lgannon • May 27th, 2016

Success Center SF, 375 Woodside Avenue, Building W2, San Francisco, CA 94127

May/26/2016 Building Justice in Visitacion Valley

Posted by lgannon • May 26th, 2016

Building Justice in Visitacion Valley

May 26, 2016 – 3:30pm – 6:00pm
River of Life Church (1430 Sunnydale Ave., SF)

Let’s create a racial and ethnic justice agenda for Visitacion Valley.

What concrete actions can be taken to address disparities in the criminal justice system?

Bring your ideas for improving justice in Visitation Valley to this crucial discussion between city officials and community members.

Snacks! **Free** Childcare Provided!

For more information, contact Karen Shain at 415-553-1047, karen.shain@sfgov.org

 

Feel free to print & distribute flyer:  Building Justice in Visitacion Valley Flyer Mural3

May/26/2016 Meet Too-Tall Foyle! – Book Signing & Ice Cream Social

Posted by lgannon • May 26th, 2016

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Feel free to print & distribute flyer: Adonal Foyle Flier 4

May/25/2016 Masonic Avenue Streetscape Project–Please Join Us for a Pre-Construction Open House

Posted by lgannon • May 25th, 2016

Masonic Avenue Streetscape Project

Please Join Us for a Pre-Construction Open House

Wednesday, May 25th from 5:30 to 7:30 
San Francisco Day School, 350 Masonic Avenue

In June 2016, the city will be breaking ground on the Masonic Avenue Streetscape Project. This community-initiated project will build a better, safer, and more attractive Masonic Avenue from Fell to Geary.

After a multi-year public planning process, the project was approved in 2012 with improvements including a new public plaza, wider sidewalks, repaving, a new median, sewer and water upgrades, new trees, better lighting and raised bikeways.

Please join us on May 25 at SF Day School for a pre-construction open house to learn more about the construction process and exciting new benefits coming with the new Masonic Avenue.

For more details on the new Masonic Avenue:

Please visit sfmta.com/masonic or email us at masonicstreetscape@sfmta.com

For questions about the construction process, please contact Alex Murillo at (415) 558-5296 or Alex.M.Murillo@sfdpw.org

 

May/25/2016 Up On Top’s End of the Year Celebration – RSVP – 5:30 pm-7 pm

Posted by lgannon • May 25th, 2016

flyer end of year

End of the Year Celebration!
Who’s Invited:
Up On Top Students, Program Leaders, Families, Volunteers,Community Partners, School Teachers, Board Members, Friends, and other community supports
When:
Wednesday, May 25, 2016
5:30pm – 7:00pm
Where:
Up On Top Unitarian Church Site
1187 Franklin St., SF, CA  94109
Activities:
Performances, Music, Great Food, Raffles, Prizes, Appreciates, and Congrats to our 5th Grade Graduates!
For more info. or to volunteer support, please contact Ms. Silena at silent@upontop.org or 415-912-9737

 

May/25/2016 African American Art & Culture Complex – Patxi’s Fundraiser

Posted by lgannon • May 25th, 2016

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Feel free to print & distribute flyer: Patxi_Fundraiser

May/25/2016 Help strengthen SFUSD’s work on Family Partnerships and Empowerment

Posted by lgannon • May 25th, 2016

Please Save the Date!   Wednesday, May 25th from 2:00 – 4:00pm. 

 

Join SFUSD staff and community partners to inform the district’s work, as we continue to reimagine and strengthen family partnerships and empowerment across SFUSD.

  • Increase collaboration on our Family Partnerships and Empowermentwork, as part of a Community Schools approach
  • Engage participants to help inform a new Family Partnership Academy
  • Share ideas about best practices, to create new Family Partnership and Empowerment Toolkitsand other resources.

 

Where:  20 Cook St. @ Geary.  (Parking behind the building – enter from Blake St., one block to the east)

 

You may have participated in a similar event on April 25; feel free to come to this one as well, or to pass it on.  We realize this is coming up soon and it’s a hectic time of year – but we want to invite our many community partners to participate in this ongoing work.

 

Let us know if you can make it!  Please RSVP here.

 

Thanks –

Ruth Grabowski (ph: (415) 241-6185)  and Stefanie Eldred

On behalf of our Community Schools and Family Partnerships team