Providing the right resources for SFUSD’s black students | Careers & Education | San Francisco | San Francisco Examiner: Even though school days are the most special days, this Saturday is also pretty special. I will be gathering at the San Francisco Main Library with our black students and their families to celebrate the new school year.
Joining us will be Mayor Ed Lee and the president of the Alliance of Black Educators, Emily Wade-Thompson — and dozens of community organizations and partners — for the San Francisco Unified School District’s African-American Family Breakfast and Resource Fair.
There will be good food and, of course, information on academic and recreational resources for our students. Through a partnership with cable company Comcast, we will raffle off free laptop computers and give away free school supplies to the first 200 families in attendance.
Transportation is provided from the Bayview (ask your child’s principal for details) and of course we hope to see families from across The City.