Marina Middle School Update
Please read below to see how we are responding to school closures and the next few weeks
San Francisco on lockdown
until at least April 7th
Mayor London Breed has called for a city-wide lock down, asking residents to stay in their homes and avoid non-essential activities, which doesn't include grocery shopping or other essential needs.
Read the official statement HERE and continue to check out the SFUSD website for updates and resources.
Reminder that all programs and events at Marina from now until school is back in session will be cancelled or postponed.
This includes school sports, field trips, family events, meetings, and other school functions.
Let us know if you have any questions about this.
Students will be assigned classwork daily via Google Classroom
Google Classroom
Students can log on to their Google Classroom with their phone, a tablet, or computer and see the assignments sent to them. Students and parents can also check ParentVue or StudentVue to see their assignments.

If you need to download GoogleClassroom, check out the tutorial video HERE .
Statement and Learning Resources from SFUSD
Click HERE to read the official statement from SFUSD regarding student learning and some awesome recommendations on how to stay healthy and active while at home.
SF Libraries Closed
SF libraries closed over the weekend, but our Librarian Ms. Campbell made an awesome online library resource for students to use while at home.
Click HERE to check it out!
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San Francisco Community Workers have created this extensive list of resources for students and families.
Free Meal/Food Services
for Students
Free Meals Locations
Click HERE to see where you and your students can pick up free breakfast and lunch during school closures.

No I.D. or Proof of Enrollment Needed.

You can click HERE for additional resources to food pantries and meal services.
Statement from SFUSD regarding free meals:
"The San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) will continue to provide nutritious meals to all students who need them during the temporary closure of schools.
Beginning Tuesday, March 17, SFUSD will provide free breakfast and lunch to all children 18 and younger at 8 pick-up sites across San Francisco. "
Child Care Eligibility
Click HERE for info on SFUSD's Free Child Care for low-income families and health-workers. If you believe that you meet one of the following qualifications and did not receive the invitation, please complete this form.
Note from Principal Daws
Dear Marina Families

I hope you are all doing well at home. We are missing you.
All of our teachers are working on line with your students and we are communicating every other day as a group. If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at any time. We are working our way through video conferencing and all sorts of technology possibilities for going forward.
Teachers will be doing grades from home this week.
Here is a link for SFUSD nutrition services who are providing free meals for students during the closure:
Construction continues at school on the first floor although we are all not here.
I will be keeping in touch with you via messenger and Marina Google Groups every few days. 
Stay well.


Ginny Daws
Mental Health Resources and home activities for students
Mental Health Resources
Many people react differently during times of crisis and uncertainty. It is extremely important to take care of yourself physically and mentally, especially during this moment in history.



Activities and Ideas
Check out these links to see different activities and ideas that students can do while spending extended amounts of time at home.

Positive YouTube Content

Fun, Indoor Educational Activities


Coronavirus Information and Resources
Go to the link HERE to learn about symptoms, safety precautions, and updates about the coronavirus.

You can also text COVID19SF to 888777 for live updates on your phone.
If you have any questions or need additional help, you can respond to this email.
Thank you for understanding and we hope that you have a safe and smart three weeks.