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420 Filbert Street,
San Francisco, CA 94133

(415) 291-7924

Garfield is a public elementary school located at the base of Coit Tower n- one of the most picturesque spots in the city of San Francisco. As one of the first public elementary schools in the city, Garfield has been providing a rich academic environment for local children for more than 100 years. Today, Garfield is a small, tight-knit community serving 240 children of diverse cultural and economic backgrounds in grades K-5.

Garfield Elementary offers general education classes for grades K-5; a Chinese Immersion program for grades K-1 (additional grades will be added every academic year through grade 5); a Special Day Class (SDC) program for children with high-functioning autism in grades K-5; and an after-school program from 1:50 – 6:00pm every school day. In addition to the music, art and P.E. programs that are offered throughout the district, Garfield partners with San Francisco community-based organizations to provide enrichment opportunities for its students. These partners include CUESA (the Center for Urban  Education about Sustainable Agriculture); the Chinatown Y.M.C.A; the San Francisco Opera Guild; LEAP Arts in Education; and more. 

For more information about Garfield, please visit the school’s Facebook page, Garfield’s San Francisco Unified School District page, and Great Schools . If you are interested in receiving the Garfield PTO newsletter, please provide your email address here.


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Discussion on feeder middle school for Chinese Immersion Program

  • Garfield Elementary School - Cafeteria 420 Filbert San Francisco, CA, 94133 United States (map)

Fernando Morales Nunez, Director in the Multilingual Pathways Department, SFUSD, will be visiting Garfield on Tuesday, March 1, 8-10 AM. He will be here to discuss planning for the feeder middle schools for our Chinese Immersion Program and other topics related to the vision of the district's language education strategy. Please join us in the cafeteria for this discussion with Mr. Nunez. We will start assembling at 8 AM and plan to start the discussion by 8:15 AM. 

Earlier Event: February 25
ELAC/PTO Meeting
Later Event: March 8
Monthly PTO Meeting