Upcoming Board Meetings

Tuesday is a regular board meeting for the SFUSD Board of Education; Thursday the Personnel Matters/Labor Relations/and Affordability Committee Meets

Regular Board of Education Meeting: Tuesday October 24 @ 6PM in the Board Room

Agenda for the meeting here

Topics to be discussed include:

  • African American Parent Advisory Council report

  • Recognizing All Valuable Employees ("RAVE") Awards to Catalina Pajar and McKenna Taylor

  • In Honor of National Principals Month

  • Tentative Agreement between San Francisco Unified School District and Laborers' International Union of North America (LiUNA), Local 261

  • Request that the Board of Education Sign a Letter of Support to Coastal Conservatory 2017 - Candlestick Point State Recreation Area.

  • Introduction of a resolution to extend the high school "golden ticket" for students who attend 6th-8th grade at Willie L. Brown Jr. Middle School (not to be 

The board of education is not voting to approve any resolutions or board policies at tonight's meeting.

Ad Hoc Committee on Personnel Matters/Labor Relations/and Affordability: Thursday November 26 @ 4:30PM in the Board Room. 

Agenda for the meeting here

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Update on the Parcel Tax.  A Parcel Tax has been discussed as a way to raise additional local revenue to fund needs of SFUSD, specifically educator compensation and technology improvements. A presentation on the issue from last spring is here.

Public Comment

There is always an opportunity for public comment at school board meetings. At regular meetings, speakers may speak to any item being voted on or may give general public comment during the time reserved for "Public Comment on General Matters." Speakers must sign up in advance, either by calling the board office at (415) 241-6493 or filling out a speaker card at the meeting and handing it to Esther Casco, the executive assistant to the board who sits next to the podium. Speaker cards must be turned in before the agenda item being spoken to is officially "called." Members of the public are typically allowed two minutes to speak, but time given may be shorter if there are a large number of speakers.

Recording and Live Coverage of Meetings

You can access recordings of regular and committee meetings.

Video recordings of regular meetings (not available for committee meetings)

Audio recordings of committee meetings (click where it says "audio recording," under the meeting agenda)

Recordings are usually posted a few days after the meeting.

Regular board meetings are also broadcast live on KALWSFGOVTV2, and via live webcast.

#BoardWatch: PPS-SF live tweet coverage

Follow PPS-SF's twitter feed: this week we plan to cover the Board of Education meeting on Tuesday night. You don't need to have a Twitter account to follow! Just log on to Twitter and search @ppssf #BoardWatch.