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  • Student to Teacher Ratio: 8.00
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  • Immunization Exemptions: 0.0 %
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Specialty: Coed; Nonsectarian; Special Education

1570 Greenwich Street
San Francisco, CA 94123


Website: Not Available

Associations: Council for Exceptional Children (CEC), Other association(s) for exceptional children

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School Forum

Tech Company Donates to Daniel Webster Elementary School
Last month, Sifteo, a Dogpatch start up company donated 25 sets of its interactive Sifteo cubes to Daniel Webster Elementary School.  The computers are being used by first graders to help with phonemic awareness, and as part of afterschool vocabulary and spelling programs.  Sifteo is making monthly visits to the after-school program to evaluate how well the Cubes are working, and solicit student ideas about new game designs.
Proposed Elementary Schools Map
This is a link to the recommendations being made to the Board on September 28th for the Elementary Schools.
School Address Fraud
Much has been written about the upcoming changes to the SF school assignment system... and one of the new aspects is supposed to be better verification that the address you provide for your student is actually the address where the student lives. ABC 7 had a story last night about a bunch of cases of address fraud that have been recently found in the district, with the district only putting in a minimal amount