Please join us for the third annual St. John School Community Halloween carnival. We will have booths, games, food, and lots of community. BUY TICKETS HERE About this event St. John School Halloween Carnival: 2022 Join us for a family friendly event. Come learn more about our TK-8th grade program from our volunteers and current […]
St. John’s 2022 Crab & Go and optional Trivia Night After Party!
St. John’s Crab Feed will be a Crab & Go with the option to attend the Trivia Night After Party Buy Tickets Here. St. John’s 2022 Crab & Go and optional Trivia Night After Party! St. John’s Annual Crab Feed is our most beloved social and fundraising event, selling out year after year and famous […]
A walking school bus? Read this.
Join Supervisor Mandelman and the Safe Routes to School partnership in a 1-hour free webinar to learn how you can start a Walking School Bus at your school! Studies show that children who walk to school enjoy health benefits and academic advantages, as well as feel a sense of accomplishment, independence, and self-confidence. To learn […]
Eco SF Farm — Flora and fauna in a peaceful place nearby
This YouTube video was created by Serge Preobrazhensky, a student at CCSF. He filmed it at the farm located at the grounds of Academy High/Ruth Asawa School of the Arts. Glen Park Association member, Glen Park News reporter, and frequent visitor to the Eco SF Farm, Murray Schneider, has forwarded the video from Serge. Think […]
Winter 2020 Glen Park News Online
The Winter 2020 edition of the Glen Park News is ready for your digital reading pleasure! Log-on for your socially distanced, COVID-safe reading on: Bus-only lanes coming to Glen Park The latest news on the Detroit Street Steps and mural project, and Updates from Supervisor Rafael Mandelman and the Glen Park School PTO As with […]
Quick-acting neighbors save chickens, bees after vandalism at SOTA farm
Vandals destroyed a chicken coop atop Diamond Heights at the ECOSF student farm by the School of the Arts and smashed an adjacent beehive earlier this month. The eight fowl —seven hens and one bantam rooster named Diego — would almost certainly have become dinner for local wildlife if not for the quick action of […]
Where’s Glen Park Elementary? That’s easy
Like many San Franciscans, I’ve been taking the *golden opportunity* presented by the pandemic to do some exploring close to home. A good place to start was Bernal Heights park, which is nearby and which I’d surprisingly never visited before. Armed with a map and walking tour directions (details below), my husband and I made […]
Kindness makes Eagles soar at neighborhood school
Forwarded from SF Chronicle: The athletic director at Saint John’s School has very high standards for parent coaches: They must have a pulse. He has voluntold me into basketball, baseball, cross-country and our current sport: futbol. I did ask him once, “When did we run out of straight fathers?” I have no qualifications. Back at […]