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The schoolyard at Sunnyside Elementary School is having its Kick-Off event on Saturday Jan 20, 11am to 1pm. Now the yard will be available for community use on the weekends. Join your neighbors and local families for this fun opening event. SNA officers will be there at our table.  More about the city-wide program SF Shared Schoolyard Program: SFSharedSchoolyard.org

This event will have an emphasis on bikes and families, including  learn to ride with YBIKE.

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Finally! The schoolyard at Sunnyside Elementary School is having its opening event on Saturday Jan 20, 11am to 1pm.

Now the yard will be available for community use on the weekends. Join your neighbors and local families for this fun opening event. SNA officers will be there at our table.  More about the city-wide program SF Shared Schoolyard Program: SFSharedSchoolyard.org

This event will have an emphasis on bikes and families, including  learn to ride with YBIKE.

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Aye Maties! Sunnyside Elementary SpringFest, Sunday May 7, 2017

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Nine months after SFMTA approved speed humps for Hearst Ave between Edna and Foerster, it appears they are being laid. This block is home to two schools, Sunnyside Elementary and St Finn Barr School.

Though it doesn't look it, there is a hump of paving between the cones. Hearst Ave just west of Edna Street.

Though it may not look it, there is a hump of paving between the cones. Hearst Ave just west of Edna Street.

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Until 2pm today Saturday April 29: Mission YMCA is holding event for kids “Healthy Kids” — also learn about their Summer Camp held at Sunnyside Elementary School.2017_04_29_YMCA1 (more…)

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Now that’s the way to get across Monterey Boulevard at Edna Street…

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Sunnyside Elementary School is the subject of an editorial today in SFExaminer.com by D7 Supervisor candidate and journalist Joel Engardio. Parents are frustrated by the lack of a permanent teacher for fifth grade. The students have taken direct action, staging a walk-out. Read it here: http://www.sfexaminer.com/want-school-teacher/

Some of the 60 students and parents who staged a walkout at Sunnyside Elementary because their 5th grade class has been without a regular teacher since school started. (Courtesy Joel Engardio)

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