Upcoming SFUSD Board Meetings

Committees this week discuss educator housing, proposed new school in Mission Bay and partnerships with CCSF  

Buildings, Grounds, and Services Committee meets Monday August 28 @ 6PM in the Board Room at 555 Franklin Street

Agenda for the meeting here 

Highlight: Committee members with consider a resolution in support of carbon neutral schools and will hear updates on educator housing, the proposed Mission Bay school and the Presidio Middle School yard project. 

An article posted on the Richmond District Blog over the summer provides some background on the Presidio project which is part of a partnership with Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff. 

You can see that blog post here.


Joint Ad Hoc SFUSD & CCSF Committee meets Thursday August 31 @ 6PM in the Board Room at 555 Franklin Street

Agenda for the meeting here 

Highlight: Committee members will discuss existing and planned partnerships between SFUSD and CCSF including the Early College/Dual Enrollment program, and future partnerships around support for undocumented students and drivers ed offerings at CCSF. 

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

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.