Free Breakfast and Lunch | Desayuno y Almuerzo Gratuito
Free Breakfast and Lunch
for all children
18 years old and under.
Location: Spruce Elementary School
501 Spruce Avenue, SSF
Monday – Friday:
Breakfast 7:45 AM – 9:00 AM
Lunch 11:45 AM – 1... Continue
School Calendar | Calendario Escolar
The CA Department of Education has recently confirmed our school closure days on December 11th and 12th, 2014, as valid emergency days. This means that although school was cancelled for those t... Continue
FREE Shuttle Service!
The new South City Shuttle provides free service around South San Francisco, with trips to local stores, senior center, libraries, city hall and parks. The shuttle provides transit connections with SamTrans and BART.
This free shuttle is open to the general public and is wheelchair accessible.
ELAC/SSC (English & Spanish)
Martin School Title One Family Partnership
Principal For The Day, Isaac Davalos, Coordinator of the Boys and Girls Club at Paradise Park
Principal of the Day is an important tradition at Martin School. It gives us an opportunity to recognize and celebrate community based companies and supports that help us make a positive difference.
Mr. Isaac Davalos, Coordinator of the Boys and Girls Club at Paradise Park was our Principal of the Day on February 26th. Mr. Davalos and the Boys and Girls Club team have closely collaborated with the Martin School family to make sure our students are successful at the Boys and Girls Club program and that students understand and complete their homework.
Mr. Davalos had a great time! He made announcements, visited classrooms, and supervised recess with Dr. Wood. Mr. Davalos got to see our 5th grade class working on our lap tops and was able to discuss the importance of the 4C's of collaboration, creativity, critical thinking, and communication with our students. Mr. Davalos also visited our third grade class and discussed career readiness skills. Thank you Mr. Davalos for visiting Martin to celebrate our hard work! Thank you Boys and Girls Club for all of your support!
We have many students that have been diagnosed with severe allergies to common things such as peanuts, fish, tree nuts, milk, gluten, grass, bee stings, etc. Allergic reactions range from mild skin irritation to anaphylactic shock. Peanuts and tree nuts produce the strongest reactions for our students. Staff personnel have taken steps to keep our students as safe as possible while they are at school, but once again we are asking for assistance form our community. Please screen the items that you send with your child for snack and/or lunch - even trace amounts of the above items can have very serious consequences. We appreciate your assistance in helping to keep our environment as safe as possible for all of our students.