El Camino Track & Field Now Open for Public Use
The District is happy to inform the South San Francisco community that the new El Camino High School track and field facility became open to the public starting Monday, September 22, for individual use. Members of the public are asked to help preserve the investment in the facility and remember this facility cannot be damaged. Rules regarding use of the track and field (i.e. no vehicles, dogs, alcohol, etc.) are posted at the entrance to the facility and must be followed. Also, no organized activities can be held without an approved permit from the Facilities Department.
The track and field facility will be open to individuals during the following scheduled times:
In all cases, please remember that any school activity takes priority. In the event of a school activity during open times, the public may be asked to refrain from using the facilities.
We are very proud of our facilities and expect them to last, with the help of the general public, for many generations of students.
Please report any misuse of the track or field, by calling the Facilities Department at (650) 877-8718.
Genentech Gene Academy
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Ponderosa Elementary School honored at October 23 Board meeting
Ponderosa 5th grader, Lillian Nasrah, pictured with Superintendent Alejandro Hogan (right), Principal Garry Galvan (left) and teacher John Callaghan (far left) was recognized for leading the pledge of allegiance.
Pondrosa volunteers Susanne Bergesen, Reem Nasrah and Beverly York received certificates of appreciation from Student Trustee Tiana and Principal Galvan. Also recognized, although not in attendance, were volunteers Gina de la Fuente and Denise Manno.
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