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October 26, 2014

SF Parent PAC November 2014 Endorsements

For an easy-to-print sheet to take to the voting booth, click November 2014 Endorsements.

Board of Education

emily murase

Dr. Emily Murase

mark murphy

Mark Murphy

shamann walton

Shamann Walton

 

Community College Board

rodrigo santos

Rodrigo Santos (4 yr seat)

thea selby

Thea Selby (4 yr seat)

amy bacharach

Dr. Amy Bacharach (2 yr seat)

 

State Assembly

david chiu

David Chiu AD17

phil ting

Phil Ting AD19

 

San Francisco Ballot Measures

Yes on C

Invest in our children and our schools! http://www.OurChildrenOurCity.com

Prop E logo

To fund PE, school nutrition and recreation programs http://www.ChooseHealthSF.com

No on G

Stop the 24% housing tax http://www.stopthehousingtax.com

NoOnH

Don’t lock our kids out!

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July 25, 2013

Having a good summer? We hope it’s filled with lots of watermelon and laughs, with bee stings and sunburns at a minimum.

We want to let you know what the SF Parent PAC has been up to, to keep you in the loop. As a Political Action Committee for San Francisco’s parents, we’re busy trying to make our city a place where families can thrive.

This is what we worked on in the past year:

  • We helped re-elect Sandy Fewer, Rachel Norton, and Jill Wynns to the School Board, raising close to $45,000 and sending two mailers to some 50,000 households.
  • We supported a parks bond measure called Prop B, which ensures almost $200 million will be invested in our city’s park and recreation infrastructure. Most of the funding will go to traditionally underserved neighborhoods in the Southeastern part of the city.
  • We strongly supported building new soccer fields behind the Beach Chalet in Golden Gate Park, which were approved by the California Coastal Commission. The new fields will mean many more kids will get a chance to play in improved conditions.
  • We successfully lobbied City Hall to fully Fund the Public Education Enrichment Fund which will make sure every public elementary school will have a full time Physical Education teacher and librarian in the upcoming school year.
  • We helped pass Prop 30, which gives California’s public education system more funding.

These are our priorities going forward:

  • The reauthorization of the Public Education Enrichment Fund, which dedicates some City funds to ensure sports, arts, music and libraries in our public schools.
  • The reauthorization of the Children’s Fund, which sets aside some property tax funds for a wide array of children and youth programming, including parks and recreation, afterschool programming, athletics, academic enrichment, and more. . .
  • Analyzing the school district’s education reform application with the federal government.
  • Looking for outstanding candidates to run for School Board in 2014.

A special note on Afterschool Care:

  • Finding good and reliable afterschool care is difficult for all working parents. It doesn’t matter where you live or what you make. While some schools offer great programs for all students, too many don’t. We believe every school can be like Commodore Sloat and Jose Ortega, offering the same level of high quality afterschool programming for all. We are already talking to officials on the school board, at the school district, and City Hall to make “Afterschool for All” at every school a reality.

We can’t do this important work without your support. You can help us continue to communicate with families and elected officials about these important issues. Please consider a contribution. You can donate by credit card: https://co.clickandpledge.com/sp/d1/default.aspx?wid=37691

Or by check: https://sfparentpac.com/by-check/

Have a wonderful rest of the summer!!