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Mission

 

Our mission at Paul Revere School is to achieve academic excellence while celebrating diversity and building a strong family - school - community connection. We provide a distinctive and high-quality education with our dedicated staff, small class sizes, commitment to bilingualism and a safe, nurturing learning environment, so that students may lead full and productive lives.  At Paul Revere, students will develop the grade level appropriate skills, independence and perseverance necessary to independently access multiple sources of information, break down tasks and apply those tools appropriately in order to apply their learning to novel situations.  Classroom experiences will support students to engage in building academic endurance and risk-taking.

SUMMER PROGRAM OFFERINGS GARDEN PROJECT

Ages 13-15 Program offers paid on the job training, environmental projects to improve the health of SF., mentoring and tutoring. Applications due by April 21st. www.gardenproject.org 650-588-8253 summer@gardenproject.org ************************************************* Two part summer course and internship experience providing enrichment in mathematics and exposure (STEM) topics for those entering 9th grade. MBSK Summer Pathway application due by April 21st. BlackStar: May 31 -June 23, Monday-Friday, 9:00 – 3:00 PM, Denman Middle School Community Safe Initiative: June 6- August 5, second part including paid internship blackstarsummer@sfusd.edu 415-252-2513 *************************************

SUMMER BRIDGE

Improve academic skills, field trips, career exploration, note taking and study skills to support transitioning to high school. Balboa or Mission, 9-1pm, June 7-July 13 Earn up to 2.5 elective credits and $400. On line or paper applications due by May 12! For more information: lweathersby@ycdjobs.org 415 -822-3491 or 415- 822-1196 ****************************

PROJECT WHAT!

Looking for students ages 14-18 to share their stories of having a parent incarcerated. The purpose is to increase awareness of this experience and to improve services for youth. You will earn money, be trained in public speaking and lead trainings for adults that support youth. Applications due by May 5th Begins mid June, sessions every Tuesday/Wednesday, 1-4pm More information and application: communityworkswest.org/program/project-what email Alisha Murdock at amurdock@communityworkswest.org ************************************

ENGLISH LEARNER SUMMER ACADEMY

Everett Middle School, June 5-July 14, Monday-Thursday, 9-12, breakfast/lunch served before/after and MISSION COMMUNITY BEACON SUMMER PROGRAM

Monday-Thursday afternoons, Friday 9-4 Contact Everett Middle School at 241-6000 to see if space is still available *********************** Many other programs available for all ages. View additional programming at https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1nHlLlH8I1VVTaJt5_PY9jNZ2o4JGY6nkFwcaku2oXmY/edit#gid=0 See postings on Counselor Chat board or call Miss Stein, Middle School Counselor at 695-5656, #1514

 

 

Hay muchas oportunidades sobre programas de verano para estudiantes de primaria y de escuela media. Hay programas para escuela secundaria de transición, académicos, para aprendices del idioma inglés, aventuras al aire libre y mucho más. Algunos programas les pagan a los estudiantes por participar. Algunos de estos programas tienen la fecha límite de registro esta semana. Por favor revise la información que está en los pizarrones informativos de nuestra consejera escolar, la Sra. Stein, en el edificio anexo de Paul Revere.

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SFUSD non-discrimination policy

 

Non-Discrimination Policy

San Francisco Unified School District programs, activities, and practices shall be free from discrimination based on actual or perceived race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or gender expression; or on the basis of a person’s association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. 

If you believe you have been discriminated against, immediately contact the school site principal and/or Executive Director of the Office of Equity, Ruth Diep, at (415) 355-7334 or diepr@sfusd.edu.  A copy of SFUSD’s uniform complaint policy is available upon request.

La matriculación para la escuela secundaria está abierta hasta el 21 de abril. Favor de matricular a su hijos en la escuela asignada. Los estudiantes no necesitan estar presentes el día que los padres vayan a matricularlos. Es necesario que lleven la carta de  que les envió el distrito escolar y una identificación.  Si no tiene una copia de la carta, favor de llamar a la oficina de matrícula escolar.  si necesita una copia. La carta que recibieron del distrito no es una prueba de que sus hijos están matriculados. Ustedes tienen que ir a la escuela asignada y matricular a sus hijos. 

 

Si deciden cambiar la escuela asignada, tienen que llenar otra aplicación. Les pedimos que por favor registren a sus hijos en la escuela asignada para apartar el lugar en caso de que no les asignen la escuela que desean en la segunda ronda. La oficina de matrícula escolar del distrito les puede ayudar con  esta aplicación. La dirección de la oficina de matricula es: 555 de la calle Franklin, en el salon 100. el numero de teléfono es (415) 241-6085