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Hilldale Private School San Francisco was Founded in 1948 in Daly City. Hilldale School has become the best San Francisco private school to participate in an accelerated learning environment. It is a Pre-Kindergarten through Eighth Grade school. Students receive a balanced and challenging curriculum to bring out the best in every student. This private elementary school is the best private school of choice in and around Daly City.
After 23 years, ABS-CBN International’s The Filipino Channel – more popularly (and fondly) referred to as TFC -- is now home in Daly City. Chief Operating Officer Raffy Lopez states “We’ve always wanted to be where the Filipinos are… here in the heart of Daly City – it’s right beside the BART station – we feel this is the perfect location because we want to engage and interact with the (local) community.” This video is a tribute to the city that has seen and welcomed the passing of many generations of Filipino Americans – their warmth, their hospitality, their faith, their stories that continue to break through the fog and resonate warmly to this day. CREDITS TFC: Home in Daly City was created by through the collaboration of TFC’s PR & Corporate Affairs and MPEG Departments (under Neris...
On January 4, 2016, I will be the new special day class teacher in Room 19 at JFK Elementary School in Daly City, CA. JFK Elementary School is a Title 1 school--Title 1 schools have large concentrations of low-income students. Over the winter break, my amazing friends, family, Instructional Aide (Bayardo Aleman) and I spent 45 hours designing and building a learning space for students in room 19. From December 21 to December 23, 2015, we moved in over 100 items of donations. From December 28 to December 30, we designed different spaces around the room: The Break Area, The Sensory Area, The Snack Area, The Circle Time Area, The Play Area, and the Centers Area. We took out broken printers, an old overhead projector, a broken radio from the cabinets and put in puzzles, board games, art su...
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Ben Franklin Intermediate School's Next Level Academic Program aims at helping minority parents interact with their children in a classroom environment. See how this program is revolutionizing education at this Daly City school south of San Francisco.
Harmony Project Bay Area provides high intensity after school music education at no cost to families or the school. We are a new affiliate of Harmony Project of America. The flagship program in Los Angeles serves 2,000 children and has won several national awards for excellence in youth development. Students participating in the program through high school attend college at twice the rate of piers from the same inner city neighborhoods. Since 2012, Harmony Project Bay Area has been providing programming at Woodrow Wilson Elementary School in Daly City, California. For more info: http://harmonyprojectsf.org/
DALY CITY (CBS SF) – A report of an at-risk missing 17-year-old girl who may have a handgun in Daly City Thursday morning has prompted the shutdown of a local high school as a precaution, police said. Elvina Lynn Guillory was reported missing at 9:30 a.m. Thursday. Daly City police said on Twitter that Westmoor High School at 131 Westmoor Ave. was shut down for a time as a precaution because Elvina is believed to be in possession of her father’s handgun. Police later determined the teen was in the Hayward area and not a threat to Westmoor, so the lockdown was lifted. She is described as being 5 feet 10 inches tall and 170 pounds with brown hair, brown eyes and tattoos on both arms, according to police. When she was last seen, her hair was in long braids and she was wearing a b...
On Oct. 8 2016, Jefferson Elementary Federation of Teachers organized a book truck distribution with the Daly City, CA high school district, the Jefferson Federation of Teachers and other community organizations to bring more than 40,000 free books, as well as backpacks and school supply kits, to hundreds of students, families, classrooms and other programs serving students in need. First Book supporter, Palantir, sponsored the book truck and also provided volunteers to help sort books, along with students, parents, union members and school administrators. Along with the books, community groups also provided health screenings and other resources for families.
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