Program Director Camille Stone spent the evening teaching volunteers how to use the Search Institute’s 40 Developmental Assets and a strengths-based lens to approach tutoring and mentoring in SFUSD. She reminded volunteers that being intentional and focusing on a few assets with each student creates a lasting impact.
It was the afternoon of December 21, 2017 and teachers in the San Francisco Unified School District were mere moments away from a well-deserved winter break. Marisa Martinez, kindergarten teacher at Harvey Milk Civil Rights Academy, was not closing her door, but opening it. Ms. Martinez was returning from a semester of bereavement leave after losing her daughter, Zamora Moon, to an aggressive and incurable brain cancer known as Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG).
March 8. 2018
Join No Reservations Giving and the San Francisco Education Fund for our annual Casino & Club Night! Reserve your ticket today, via Facebook or Eventbrite. If you or your company would like to sponsor the evening, please continue on here. Come for an evening of dancing, drinks, and casino games. You’ll also enjoy an open […]