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Education

Mayor's Office of Education


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Contact: Hydra Mendoza
Mayor's Education Advisor
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Pl.
City Hall, Room 200
San Francisco, CA 94102-4641
hydra.mendoza@sfgov.org
Phone: (415) 554-6298
Fax: (415) 554-6160

                                                                                                      
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About Hydra Mendoza

Please click the link above for the Mayor's Education Advisor's biography and photo slideshow.

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Mayor's Teacher of the Year Award

Mayor Edwin Lee continues this worthy tradition, formerly known as Mayor's Teacher of the Month Award, to celebrate and acknowledge San Francisco's extraordinary teachers. The Mayor's Teacher of the Year Award (MTYA) recognizes outstanding San Francisco public school teachers for their dedication, professionalism, and work on behalf of our City's young people.

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Mayor's Principal of the Year Award

Mayor Edwin Lee continues this worthy tradition to celebrate and acknowledge San Francisco's dynamic principals. The Mayor's Principals of the Year Award (MPYA) recognizes outstanding San Francisco public school principals for their dedication, professionalism, and work on behalf of our City's young people.

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"I Am the Future" Mayor's Scholarship Awards

Established in 2011, Mayor Ed Lee began his "I Am the Future" Scholarship Awards for San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) graduating high school seniors who pursue higher education. The award is primarily designed to support students who are first in their family to attend college, who excel not only academically, but also in extracurricular activities.

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San Francisco Summer Jobs+

Mayor Lee joined the Obama Administration's Summer Jobs+ Challenge which was launched by the White House in January 2012 as a "call-to-action for businesses, non-profits and governments" to provide meaningful job training and employment opportunities for youth and young adults.

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Mayor's Middle School Leadership Initiative

Mayor Lee's commitment and enthusiasm for supporting Middle School transformation in partnership with SFUSD and School Site Principals provides a great opportunity to integrate the Mayor's Educational Leadership Initiative with Superintendent Carranza's vision to build a PreK-12 STEM pathway, and Salesforce.com Foundation's investment to improve communities by leveraging their people, technology and resources to improve outcomes in education, health and workforce.

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Shared Schoolyard Project

The Shared Schoolyard Project upgrades and renovates playgrounds at public schools in San Francisco.

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College Readiness

San Francisco's college readiness programs help to ensure that all of our youth have access to available resources and obtain the necessary skills to finish college.

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Healthy Youth and Families

The mayor and the school district want our youth to grow up to be healthy adults who will thrive, live, and stay in San Francisco.
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SFUSD and City Partnership for Achievement

The SFUSD and City Partnership for achievement focuses on improving outcomes for our public school students through active collaboration between the city and the SFUSD. 

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SFUSD Strategic Plan 2013-2015

In 2013, SFUSD launched a new strategic plan for 2013-2015. The plan places access and equity, student achievement, and accountability at the forefront of every child's education.

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Preschool Programs

Recognized as a leader in early care and education, San Francisco continues to pursue and promote innovative efforts to ensure that all families have access to high quality, affordable early care and education. 

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Afterschool Programs

The Mayor has pledged to create positive opportunities and activities for our youth that live in San Francisco. 

Last updated: 1/21/2014 4:20:22 PM