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Parents, families, and other MHS community members,


Students at every grade level will be presenting portfolios of their best work at our annual Portfolio Night!  


Portfolio night is Wednesday, March 21st, from 5:00PM-7:00PM.  Meet in the auditorium.



Tours are Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 8:30 AM.  They are approximately 30 minutes long and leave from the Main Office (enter on 18th Street).


To sign-up for a tour (must sign-up, no drop-ins, please), call Ms. He at 415-241-6240 or email HeX@sfusd.edu.


The first tour for the Spring will be on Tuesday, January 16th.


Families who want more information on the ACCESS program should contact the school directly.




To schedule a shadowing opportunity, email Mr. Nemiroff at NemiroffD@sfusd.edu.


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What Is Title IX?

Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 prohibits sex discrimination in education, including K-12 schools. Title IX is a federal law that has been used to promote equity in education by ensuring that girls and women receive equal resources and treatment in the classroom and provides protections for students who are sexually harassed and discriminated against and/or bullied based on their gender.

In addition to this federal law, the California Education code similarly prohibits schools discriminating against its students on the basis of sex (Education Codes 220-221.1).


Who do I report it to?


Any student who feels they are being or have been harassed based on sex or gender is encouraged to immediately talk to a teacher, other school employee, and contact the District’s Title IX Coordinator: Office of Equity, Kiki Williams, Title IX Coordinator

Phone: 415-355-7334

Email: williamsk3@sfusd.edu

For more information about SFUSD’s non-discrimination policies, please visit: www.sfusd.edu/equity.


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