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Principal’s Message ~ October 11th

Welcome to week 9!  Thank you for another great week, FSK! We want to give a big shout-out to our school community for being proactive, supportive and responsible by following our COVID safety protocols. We are happy that all our students are healthy and doing well. Thank you for keeping your children home when they show symptoms. Please continue to remind each other to keep our masks on at school and practice health and safety guidelines. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding.

There is NO School on Monday October 11th, for Indigenous Peoples’ Day. Celebrate at the Yerba Buena Gardens Festival!

We hope you enjoy the long weekend.  We will see you all back at school Tuesday, October 12th and remember it is also Picture Makeup day!

Updates & Reminders:

1. COVID-related information: Thank you to all our students, families and teachers for being flexible and understanding as we navigated through this week. We want to share some information and reminders we learned from our experience:

  • Starting the week of 10/18, there will be some changes to our After-School classes. In an effort to reduce the number of close contacts, we will keep students in the same day-school classrooms in the same after-school class.
  • When we are made aware of a positive case, we will send 2 memos to the community. One memo will be sent to the entire school community to let you know there has been a positive case on campus. This memo is called the General Exposure Memo. The second memo will be sent ONLY to close contacts. If you receive this memo, it means your child has been identified as a close contact and there will be specific information and instructions with how to proceed.
  • We were made aware that for all close contacts, in order to return to school, your child will need proof of a negative PCR test OR rapid test administered at a clinic or testing site. Rapid tests administered at home do NOT qualify to return to school. Rapid tests administered at a doctor’s office, clinic or testing site WILL be accepted. Please see more information from the District here under “returning to school”.
  • Here are some resources for rapid testing sites: United in Health testing site, OnPoint Testing, Test the People (Oakland)
  • Results from testing with Color Lab are taking longer than they did in the past so please expect 48 hours or more to receive results.
  • SFUSD has created another location and dates for testing for Close Contacts. Please see testing options for Close Contacts on the District website here.

2. Children & Family Town Hall Meeting: Supervisor Mar and Abigail Stewart-Kahn, Special Advisor for Children and Family Recovery from the Department of Children, Youth & Their Families is holding a virtual event to seek input from San Francisco communities about your needs to recover from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic with a focus on equity to include low-income families, children with disabilities, English learners, LGBTQ, foster youth and more. Saturday, 10/9, from 11- 12. See the flyer for more information. Register to Attend:

3. SSC Ballot:  We need your help! Please vote for 2 parents/community members to serve on the SSC for the 2021-2022 & 2022-2023 school years. Please vote ONE time per family by using this link to the ballot. Please submit your vote before Friday, October 15th! Thank you.

4. Science Sacks are back in action: Yay! Our Science Sacks team has brought the program back to our students.  Please see the attached info sheet for details and email the Committee with any questions.

5. Enrollment Fair for 2022-2023: SFUSD’s virtual enrollment fair is starting soon! Please see the flyer and website for more details. The Middle School Enrollment fair will take place on Wednesday October 27th. First round applications are due February 4, 2022. Make sure to mark your calendar. For any incoming Kindergarteners and new familles, FSK’s virtual enrollment fair is scheduled for Tuesday, October 26th at 10:00, 1:00 and 5:00pm. We are also offering one in-person information session (NOT tours) in November, December and January. Help us spread the word and check for updates on!

Upcoming dates to remember:

  • Monday October 11th: Indigenous Peoples’ Day NO SCHOOL
  • Tuesday October 12th: Make-up Picture Day
  • Friday October 15th: School Spirit Day – Wear Orange

Message from PTA

Wishing you all a wonderful weekend. See you Tuesday morning!


Ms. Kasner & Ms. Page

欢迎来到第 9 周!

感谢我们又度过了一个美好的一周,FSK!通过遵循我们的 COVID 安全协议,我们中心表扬的学校社区的积极主动、支持和责任感。我们很高兴我们所有的学生都身体健康。感谢您在孩子出现不适时让他们待在家里。请继续相互提醒,在学校戴上口罩并遵守健康和安全准则。我们感谢您的合作和理解。

10 月 11 日星期一是土著人民日,没有学校。在耶尔巴布埃纳花园节庆祝!我们希望你尽情享受这个长周末。我们将于 10 月 12 日星期二在学校见,请记住,星期二是照片补拍日!


1. 与 COVID 相关的信息:感谢我们所有的学生、家庭和老师在我们本周的导航过程中保持灵活和理解。我们想分享一些我们从经验中学到的信息和提醒:

  • 从 10/18 的那一周开始,我们的课后课程将会有一些变化。为了减少密切接触者的数量,我们将把学生留在同一个课后班的同一个教室里。
  • 当我们获悉阳性病例时,我们将向社区发送 2 份备忘录。一份备忘录将发送给整个学校社区,让您知道校园里有一个阳性病例。该备忘录称为一般曝光备忘录。第二份备忘录只会发送给密切接触者。如果您收到此备忘录,则意味着您的孩子已被确定为密切接触者,并且将提供有关如何继续的具体信息和说明。
  • 我们了解到,对于所有密切接触者,为了返回学校,您的孩子需要在诊所或检测点进行 PCR 检测阴性或快速检测的证明。在家进行的快速测试没有资格返回学校。在医生办公室、诊所或检测点进行的快速检测将被接受。请在此处“返回学校”下查看学区提供的更多信息。
  • 以下是快速检测站点的一些资源:United in Health 检测站点、OnPoint Testing、Test the People (Oakland)
  • 使用 Color Lab 测试的结果比过去花费的时间更长,因此请等待 48 小时或更长时间才能收到结果。
  • SFUSD 创建了另一个地点和日期来测试密切接触者。请在此处查看学区网站上密切接触者的测试选项。

2. 儿童和家庭市政厅会议:Supervisor Mar 和 Abigail Stewart-Kahn,儿童、青少年及其家庭部儿童和家庭康复特别顾问正在举办一场虚拟活动,以寻求旧金山社区就您的康复需求提供意见COVID-19 的影响,重点关注公平,包括低收入家庭、残疾儿童、英语学习者、LGBTQ、寄养青年等。星期六,10 月 9 日,从 11 点到 12 点。有关更多信息,请参阅传单。注册参加

3. SSC 投票:我们需要您的帮助!请投票选出 2 位家长/社区成员在 2021-2022 和 2022-2023学年为 SSC 服务。请使用此投票链接为每个家庭投票一次。请在 10 月 15 日星期五之前提交您的投票!谢谢你。

4. 2022-2023 年招生展:SFUSD 的虚拟招生展即将开始!请参阅传单和网站了解更多详情。 10 月 27 日(星期三)将举行初中招生交易会。第一轮申请截止日期为 2022 年 2 月 4 日。请务必标记您的日历。对于任何即将入学的幼儿园儿童和新家庭,FSK 的虚拟招生展览会定于 10 月 26 日星期二的 10:00点、1:00点 和 5:00点 举行。我们还在 11 月、12 月和 1 月提供一次面对面信息会议(非参观教室)。帮助我们宣传并检查 上的更新!

5. Science Sacks回来了:耶!我们的 Science Sacks 团队已准备好将该计划带回我们的学生。有关详细信息,请参阅随附的信息表。


  • 10 月 11 日星期一:土著人民节不上课
  • 10 月 12 日星期二:照片补拍日
  • 10 月 15 日星期五:学校精神日 – 穿橙色

来自 PTA 的消息



Kasner校长, Page副校长

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