2020-2021 School Year

Resolution in Support of Vote16

Over the summer of 2020, SAC's Cabinet team wrote a resolution to support the Vote16 ballot measure, which lowered the voting age down from 18 to 16 in San Francisco.

 

The measure would have strengthened student voice across the city and enabled youth to vote on ballot measures during elections.

The Locked and Liberated Resolution

To prevent the loss of life in the event of a school shooting, SAC's District and City Accountability Committee started drafting the Locked and Liberated Resolution in 2019.

The resolution urges the district to implement combine locks to school doors so teachers do not have to exit the classroom to lock it during a shooting.

 

Currently, work on the Locked and Liberated resolution has been picked up by the 2020-2021 District and City Accountability Committee, and will be completed by the end of the year. 

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2020 Fill a Student's Heart Campaign

Donate here: http://www.tinyurl.com/fash2020

Fill A Student’s Heart (FASH) is a non-profit organization that provides support for students who are in transitional homes here in SFUSD. It is a student led organization founded by Christine Chau, a Raoul Wallenberg Traditional High School Alumni. It is currently run by Grace Ou, a sophomore at Galileo High School and Tai Lum, a senior at SOTA. FASH’s mission is to be able to support and provide care for students in SFUSD who are less fortunate. All funds donated will go DIRECTLY towards those students. Your donation will go towards additional school supplies, household essentials, clothing, and/or toys, coloring books, art supplies, holiday gifts, and much more!

Over 2,200 students in the San Francisco Unified School District are either homeless or in transitional homes. Many of these students do not have access to school supplies, personal care items, clothes, and toys. The Student Advisory Council of SFUSD is a body of high school students who has the job of advising the Board of Education and the Superintendent on students’ needs and interests. The SAC does this by supporting or opposing changes to new policies, learning about new issues, and advising on existing programs. A student on the Student Advisory Council of SFUSD wanted to address this problem. As a result, they founded Fill A Student’s Heart as a way to help these students. The committee’s goal is to raise funds for supplies and support students.

Every year, Fill A Student’s Heart raises funds to support these students in school and at home. Last year, Fill A Student’s Heart has done a Halloween Goodie Bags and Holiday Giveaway, giving school supplies, toys, hygiene products, and clothes for the winter. We hope that you will support our mission and take initiative to aid the many students in San Francisco. Your donation can change thousands of students’ lives!

Thank you so much for your support!

2019-2020 School Year

The ERAF Resolution

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In upcoming school years, the SFUSD will be facing a $100M+ budget deficit that will heavily impact students’ abilities to access critical health resources, numb student voice, and damage the necessary infrastructure needed for classroom and distance learning.

These areas—underfunded as is—are likely to have a disproportionate impact on vulnerable student populations such as the economically-disadvantaged, English language learners, and special needs students.

In response, the SFUSD’s Student Advisory Council has created the “Resolution for Correcting the Misappropriation of Educational Revenue Augmented Funds,” or ERAF resolution, to combat and alleviate the implications of the upcoming budget deficit.

This resolution urges the City of San Francisco to recognize that our public school system cannot be forgotten, and should allocate the funds to the SFUSD in order to protect and support the youth of San Francisco.

To read more about the resolution, please click the link in our bio. If you have any questions, please DM us on Instagram @sfusdsac or email us at barrs@sfusd.edu.

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2019 Fill a Student's Heart Campaign

Donate here: http://www.tinyurl.com/fash2019

Fill A Student’s Heart (FASH) is a non-profit organization that provides support for students who are in transitional homes here in SFUSD. It is a student led organization founded by Christine Chau, a Raoul Wallenberg Traditional High School Alumni. It is currently run by Tai Lum, a junior at SOTA, and Jazea Smith, a senior at SOTA. FASH’s mission is to be able to support and provide care for students in SFUSD who are less fortunate. All funds donated will go DIRECTLY towards those students. Your donation will go towards additional school supplies, household essentials, clothing, and/or toys, coloring books, art supplies, holiday gifts, and much more!

Over 2,200 students in the San Francisco Unified School District are either homeless or in transitional homes. Many of these students do not have access to school supplies, personal care items, clothes, and toys. The Student Advisory Council of SFUSD is a body of high school students who has the job of advising the Board of Education and the Superintendent on students’ needs and interests. The SAC does this by supporting or opposing changes to new policies, learning about new issues, and advising on existing programs. A student on the Student Advisory Council of SFUSD wanted to address this problem. As a result, they founded Fill A Student’s Heart as a way to help these students. The committee’s goal is to raise funds for supplies and support students.

Every year, Fill A Student’s Heart raises funds to support these students in school and at home. Last year, Fill A Student’s Heart has done a Halloween Goodie Bags and Holiday Giveaway, giving school supplies, toys, hygiene products, and clothes for the winter. We hope that you will support our mission and take initiative to aid the many students in San Francisco. Your donation can change thousands of students’ lives!

Thank you so much for your support!

2018-2019 School Year

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16th Annual Youth Summit

Come join the SFUSD SAC 2019 Annual Youth Summit! Connect with other high school student leaders in San Francisco and gain more leadership skills. Contact your high school SAC Representative or the SAC Supervisor as mentioned on the flyer. Breakfast & lunch will be provided. We hope to see you there!

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2018 Fill a Student's Heart Campaign

Donate here: http://www.tinyurl.com/fash2018

Fill A Student’s Heart (FASH) is a non-profit organization that provides support for students who are in transitional homes here in SFUSD. It is a student led organization founded by Christine Chau, a Raoul Wallenberg Traditional High School Alumni. It is currently run by Jessica Xie, a senior at Washington High School. FASH’s mission is to be able to support and provide care for students in SFUSD who are less fortunate. All funds donated will go DIRECTLY towards those students. Your donation will go towards additional school supplies, household essentials, clothing, and/or toys, coloring books, art supplies, holiday gifts, and much more!

Over 2,200 students in the San Francisco Unified School District are either homeless or in transitional homes. Many of these students do not have access to school supplies, personal care items, clothes, and toys. The Student Advisory Council of SFUSD is a body of high school students who has the job of advising the Board of Education and the Superintendent on students’ needs and interests. The SAC does this by supporting or opposing changes to new policies, learning about new issues, and advising on existing programs. A student on the Student Advisory Council of SFUSD wanted to address this problem. As a result, they founded Fill A Student’s Heart as a way to help these students. The committee’s goal is to raise funds for supplies and support students.

Every year, Fill A Student’s Heart raises funds to support these students in school and at home. Last year, Fill A Student’s Heart has done a Halloween Goodie Bags and Holiday Giveaway, giving school supplies, toys, hygiene products, and clothes for the winter. We hope that you will support our mission and take initiative to aid the many students in San Francisco. Your donation can change thousands of students’ lives!

Thank you so much for your support!