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Lowell Summer Health Education (at Lincoln High School)

Thanks to the PTSA funding, Lowell is able to offer its students Health Education courses this summer again.  This year, due to construction on Lowell’s campus, Lowell’s Health Education Summer Class will be held on Lincoln High School’s campus.  According to the tentative calendar of the district summer schools, courses may be offered in two sessions (dates are tentative and may change according to district summer school dates).


Session 1:                  June 10th—June 25th                         8:00AM—1:30PM
Session 2:                  June 29th—July 15th                          8:00AM—1:30PM


Students who choose to attend the Lowell Health Education course MUST attend all classes as scheduled.  Students with less than 60 hours of seating time will not receive credit for the course.  If you have three (3) tardies, you may be dropped from the class as well.  Since spaces are limited, priority will be given to the first 80 students per session. Priority will be given to the Class of 2016 (1st), 2017 (2nd), 2018 (3rd). 

Application must be submitted to the counseling office before Friday, MAY 1, 2015


Summer Health Teachers:               Lisa Cole & Stephanie Crabtree

Posted by: Stephanie Crabtree
Published: 4/8/15

New Yummy School Lunches - Try them this month!

Encourage your child to try new, student developed school lunches!

Get excited for some brand-new lunches on the menu on April 7, 9, and 14! SFUSD students helped design these meals, which are made of premium ingredients according to the district’s stringent “real food” standards:  

  • Orange Chicken Rice Bowl, on the menu for the first time April 7: Seasoned brown rice topped with grilled chicken and carrots, tossed in our house orange sauce made with just a hint of chili flakes, and served alongside edamame, fresh fruit, and milk.

  • Chicken Pizza Party Salad, on the menu for the first time April 9: Crisp romaine lettuce topped with grilled chicken, parmesan cheese, and croutons, served with a 'pizza sauce' dressing and a whole grain dinner roll. Served alongside broccoli and ranch, fresh fruit, and milk.

  • Mac & Cheeseburger Pasta, on the menu for the first time April 14: Whole-grain rich macaroni noodles topped with a tangy tomato sauce, seasoned ground beef, and cheddar cheese. Served with broccoli, fresh fruit, and milk.


Posted by: Zetta Reicker
Published: 4/2/15

Summer Jobs, Internships, Engineering Camp and other opportunities - apply now!
March, 2015
Help students make the most of their summer!

This newsletter contains opportunities for students to learn, grow and even earn some money this summer. Please share relevant opportunities with your students. Contact Veronica Reilly with any questions. 

CTE Summer Career Exploration Program
Applications due April 10th
·      Students will have an opportunity to explore careers related to one of the following: automotive technology, building and construction, environmental technology, and urban agriculture
·      The programs are open to current SFUSD sophomores and juniors
·      Students will earn 5 high school credits and $1000 (before taxes and deductions)
·      Students will participate in worksite rotations twice per week, and visit Bay Area colleges
·      Students will learn about Apprenticeship programs and local training programs
Use this link to download all the application materials:

Mayor's Youth Employment and Education Program
Internship training and placement for SF youth ages 14-17. Mentoring and personalized job experience based on your interests/career plans. You must be legally eligible to work in the United States.

Applications will be released on March 16th and will be due back on April 10th. You can have your local MYEEP representative come and talk to your class about the internships and how to fill out the application. Check out the website for contact information and to access the application:

USF Upward Bound
Preparing bright and promising high school students, from educationally and economically disadvantaged backgrounds, to succeed in college
The programs provides the following: The Upward Bound Summer Experience includes a five week residence program and Southern California College Tour, Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Enrichment, Instruction in reading, writing, study skills, and other subjects necessary for success in education beyond high school.

Please use this link for more information and to apply:

Summer Engineering Institute at SF State
Explore different types of engineering
Students must be nominated by March 16th
Summer Engineering Institute is a two-week residential summer camp at San Francisco State University designed to provide real-world context to the study of engineering through practical, applied and hands-on problem solving and design-oriented projects. Open to high school sophomores and juniors.

Please use this link for more information and to apply:

Many Additional Opportunities
Check out the Productive Summer Guide 

Darlene M. Cárdenas from the Department of College and Career Readiness has put together the Productive Summer Guide with many summer opportunities. Consider reserving some time in the computer lab in the upcoming weeks to have students choose one or two summer opportunities and apply for them. 

Please use this link for more information about a variety of summer opportunities for students:

Posted by: Norman Nager
Published: 3/14/15