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Current MOUs approved to serve SFUSD.
See bit.ly/Get-Started-SFUSD to create a user account to access MOUs & reports! SFUSD principals with ExCEL programs can access MOU reports on your "E-QAP" Dashboard - see instructions.by fiscal year, July 1 - June 30
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Organization / Agency Name - and NEW! Link to the MOU in the online platformNotes / Program info
BOE approval #
TERMSpecial MOU FormCertification re: COVID-19 received
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10,000 DegreesProvide college access workshops and support for students in partner high schools216-22B42021-2024Yes
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18 ReasonsProvide cooking classes for students and families in partner elementary schools2011-10B22020-2023Yes
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826 Valencia
Provide field trips, one-on-one tutoring and homework help, specialized writing workshops and professional publishing opportunities
209-8B22020-2023Yes
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A Better Way, Inc.
Provide therapy for students in foster care and/or eligible for educationally related mental health services (ERMHS) in partner schools.
2111-9B192021-2024Yes
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Academic ChessProvide weekly after-school chess instruction in partner schools209-22B32020-2023Yes
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Access Institute
Provide mental health care, primarily through individual psychotherapy, with collateral work with families and school staff at partner sites.
206-23B42020-2023Yes
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After School Enrichment Program (ASEP)Provide daily after school programs for Daniel Webster and McKinley ES208-11B22020-2023Yes
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After School Enrichment Program (ASEP)As ExCEL lead agency, support expanding access to services for students and families.215-25B32021-2022Yes
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Aim High for High SchoolProvide comprehensive, daily summer program for low-income students in focal schools.196-25B442019-2022Yes
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Alisa Ann Ruch Burn FoundationProvide workshops for on fire prevention and safety209-22B32019-2022Yes
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Alliance For Global Justice - Youth Vs Apocalypse
Youth Vs Apocalypse - Provide workshops and ongoing support for MS & HS students interested in working on climate justice
223-22B92021-2024Yes
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Alonzo King LINES Ballet
Provide dance and movement instruction for participating schools, and workshops for teachers
218-10B42021-2024Yes
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American Conservatory Theater
Provide theater instruction and performance opportunities to SFUSD students at partner schools.
206-23B42020-2023Yes
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ANTS Sports & EnrichmentProvide after school sports programs at participating elementary schools198-27B32019-2022Yes
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APA Family Support Services Provide individual and group therapy, and workshops for families in partner schools218-10B62021-2024Yes
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Argonne Council of EmpowermentProvide daily Chinese After School Program (CASP) for grades K-5 at Argonne ES218-24B162021-2024Yes
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ArtSmartProvide voice lessons and facilitate student performances for partner MS & HS218-24B162021-2024xYes
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Bar Association of San FranciscoSchool to College program supports students at The Academy to prepare for college.211-26B32020-2023Yes
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Bay Area Community Resources
As Beacon lead agency, support coordination of family and community partnerships with partner schools.
215-25B22021-2023Yes
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Bay Area Community ResourcesAs ExCEL lead agency, support expanding access to services for students and families.215-25B32021-2022Yes
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Bay Area Discovery MuseumProvide classroom visits, teacher resources and field trips to the museum208-25B22020-2023Yes
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Bay Area Scores
Facilitate weekly afterschool soccer program with poetry writing workshops and service learning activities
218-10B62021-2024Yes
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Bay Area Women's and Children's Center (BAWCC)
Provide and coordinate wraparound services for Tenderloin Community School2111-9B192021-2024Yes
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Bayview Hunters Point Foundation for Community Improvement
Provide individual and group counseling and therapy for partner schools215-11B42020-2023Yes
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Bayview Hunters Point YMCA
As Beacon lead agency, support coordination of family and community partnerships with partner schools.
215-25B22021-2023Yes
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Bayview Hunters Point YMCAAs ExCEL lead agency, support expanding access to services for students and families.215-25B32021-2022Yes
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Bayview Hunters Point YMCA
Transition to Independent Life Skills - Provide job readiness curriculum, work-based learning opportunities and support family partnerships at Burton HS
216-22B42021-2023Yes
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Bayview Hunters Point YMCA
Prevention Services. Provide case management and tutoring; and summer program for rising 9th graders at Burton HS
216-22B42021-2023Yes
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Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center
Place high school youth in Mayor's Youth Employment and Education Program (MYEEP) as classroom volunteers.
1912-10B42019-2022Yes
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Blue Bear School of MusicProvide after school music classes at participating schools. 221-11B172021-2024Yes
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Blue Water FoundationProvide one-time sailing trips for students in middle and high school198-13B32019-2022Yes
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Booker T. Washington Community Services Center
Provide "Keep it 100" program weekly groups for students at Wallenberg HS.1912-10B42019-2022Yes
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Both Sides of the OrganizationProvide after school mentoring for students at Jean Parker ES. 223-1B122021-2023Yes
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Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco
As Beacon lead agency, support coordination of family and community partnerships with partner schools.
215-25B22021-2023Yes
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Boys & Girls Clubs of San FranciscoAs ExCEL lead agency, support expanding access to services for students and families.215-25B32021-2022Yes
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Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco
Provide academic and SEL support and link school day with OST programs in partner sites
219-14B52021-2024Yes
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Boys to Men Bay AreaProvide mentoring for boys in participating middle schools218-10B62021-2024Yes
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Brightline Defense Project
Provide Construction Sector Bridge Project to prepare students for construction industry and CityBuild Academy
199-10B22019-2022Yes
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Buchanan YMCAProvide before and after school program for Chinese Immersion School at DeAvila196-25B442019-2022Yes
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Buchanan YMCAProvide comprehensive after school program at Rosa Parks ES198-13B32019-2022Yes
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Buchanan YMCAProvide daily after school program at New Traditions.208-25B22020-2023Yes
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Buchanan YMCA
As Beacon lead agency, support coordination of family and community partnerships with partner schools.
215-25B22021-2023Yes
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Buchanan YMCAAs ExCEL lead agency, support expanding access to services for students and families.215-25B32021-2022Yes
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Buchanan YMCA
Heat of the Kitchen. Provide cooking and job readiness curriculum, and internship opportunities for students at Ida B. Wells HS
216-22B42021-2024Yes
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Buddhist Tzu Chi FoundationProvide character education and community-building activities for McLaren EED218-10B52021-2024
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Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation
Happy Campus program. Provide services to increase attendance, enhance learning and promote wellness for partner schools
218-24B162021-2024Yes
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Buena Vista Child Care, Inc.Provide summer and after school programs, in their own location.198-13B32019-2022
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California Academy of Sciences
Provide professional development on STEM curriculum for TK-5 teachers in Bayview schools
1910-29B112019-2022Yes
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California Lawyers for the Arts
Provide workforce development and place students in internships with arts organizations.
205-26B22019-2022Yes
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CANVAS Dance ArtsProvide after school dance program at Peabody ES2112-14B242021-22Yes
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Celsius and BeyondProvide daily after school program at Miraloma ES218-24B162021-2024Yes
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Center for Urban Education About Sustainable Agriculture (CUESA)
Foodwise Teens. Provide job readiness training focused on exploring food and food justice
208-25B22020-2023Yes
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Center for Urban Education About Sustainable Agriculture (CUESA)
Foodwise Kids & Families. Provide cooking classes and field trips to the farmers market for partner schools
218-10B52021-2024Yes
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Center for Wellness and Achievement in Education
Quiet Time program - Provide training and facilitation for relaxation techniques including meditation.
215-11B42020-2023xYes
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Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice (CJCJ)Provide case management and direct services for youth involved with justice system219-14B52021-2024Yes
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Central American Resource Center (CARECEN)
Provide case management for students in middle and high school, and support groups at partner high schools
218-10B62021-2024Yes
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ChanticleerProvide concerts, sing-alongs and choral coaching for participating schools1910-15B22019-2022
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Children's After School Arts (CASA)Provide daily after school program and additional supports for families at Rooftop K-8213-23B22020-2022xYes
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Chinatown YMCAAs ExCEL lead agency, support expanding access to services for students and families.215-25B32021-2022Yes
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Chinese Progressive Association
Common Roots. Provide training, coaching and support for youth wellness leadership at Lincoln HS
218-10B42021-2023Yes
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Circus CenterProvide weekly, after school circus classes at the Tenderloin Rec Center199-10B22019-2022Yes
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City and County of San Francisco Department of Public Health
Provide behavioral and mental health services through community based programs and clinics
196-25B39; amended 198-27B18
2018-2023x
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City College of San Francisco
Expect Respect. Provide presentations for students on healthy relationships, power, affirmative consent, and dating violence prevention.
223-1B122021-2022xYes
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CIty of DreamsProvide after-school mentoring, gardening education, and Saturday recreational field trips209-8B22020-2023Yes
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City Surf Project
Provide both one-time and ongoing programs to explore surfing, swimming and the ocean
209-8B22020-2023Yes
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Coleman Advocates - Students Making a Change
Fiscally sponsored program provides mentoring for students at City College of San Francisco.
1912-10B42019-2022Yes
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Coleman Advocates for Children and Youth - CMAC
Children Making a Change - Provide workshops and support leadership development for middle school students
215-11B42020-2023Yes
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Coleman Advocates for Children and Youth - PMAC
Parents Making a Change - Provide workshops and support leadership development for families in partner schools
215-11B42020-2023Yes
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Coleman Advocates for Children and Youth - YMAC
Youth Making a Change - Provide workshops and support leadership development for high school youth
215-11B42020-2023Yes
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Collective ImpactProvide Everybody Reads literacy strategies across Out of School Time programs208-25B22020-2023Yes
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Collective ImpactProvide support and facilitate groups for Black students in partner schools, with AAALI208-25B22020-2023Yes
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Collective Impact - Project Level
For Project Level - Provide workshops and internships for youth through the African American Art and Culture Complex
211-12B32020-2022Yes
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Community Initiatives - Mission Science Workshop
Mission Science Workshop. Provide hands-on classroom activities and access to field trips for partner schools
219-14B52021-2024Yes
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Community Initiatives - Peer Resources
Facilitate youth leadership and action research through Peer Resources classes in participating middle and high schools.
216-22B52021-2024Yes
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Community Youth Center of San Francisco
As Beacon lead agency, support coordination of family and community partnerships with partner schools.
215-25B22021-2023Yes
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Community Youth Center of San FranciscoAs ExCEL lead agency, support expanding access to services for students and families.215-25B32021-2022Yes
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Community Youth Center of San Francisco
Provide case management, workshops and enrichment activities for participating middle & schools.
218-10B62021-2024Yes
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East West TennisProvide after school tennis classes at Yick Wo ES219-14B52021-2023Yes
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Edgewood Center for Children and FamiliesProvide behavior coaching, wellness supports and resources for schools and families2010-6B42020-2023Yes
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Edgewood Center for Children and FamiliesProvide mental health services, case management and collaboration for partner schools218-24B162021-2024Yes
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Elite STEM AcademyEngineering for Kids - Provide weekly after school STEM program at Peabody ES223-1B122021-2024Yes
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Embarcadero YMCAAs ExCEL lead agency, support expanding access to services for students and families.215-25B32021-2022Yes
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Engineers Alliance for the ArtsProvide STEAM program and facilitate student design competitions218-10B52021-2024Yes
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Enterprise for YouthJob readiness program for partner high schools216-22B42021-2024Yes
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F.O.T.C. Bay AreaProvide ongoing mentoring including academic and social emotion learning support.216-22B42021-2024Yes
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Factory Farming Awareness Coalition
Provide classroom presentations about health & environmental impacts of factory farming.
2110-26B122021-2024Yes
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Family Connections CentersProvide after school program for participating students from ER Taylor ES218-10B42021-2024Yes
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Felton Institute - Nami San Francisco
Provide presentations on mental health resources & reducing stigma, for MS & HS students and families
2112-14B242021-2024 Yes
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Felton Institute - San Francisco Suicide Prevention
Provide workshops for youth, families and school staff on suicide and how to access resources
209-22B32019-2022Yes
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Felton Institute - TAPP
Teenage Pregnancy & Parenting Program (TAPP). Provide case management and workshops for students at Hilltop
221-25B92021-2024Yes
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Filipino American Development FoundationKabataan Youth Program. Provide youth leadership program at Balboa HS2110-12B82021-2024Yes
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Filipino American Development Foundation
Pin@y Educational Partnership (PEP) - Provide ethnic studies curriculum and supports for partner schools
216-22B52021-2024Yes
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First GraduateProvide college-going support and workshops for partner middle schools.216-22B52021-2024Yes
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First Place for YouthProvide Independent Living Skills program for foster youth in high school 218-10B62021-2024Yes
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Friends of Alamo School Foundation
Provide reading support, before and after school programs, and funding for enrichment activities.
216-22B42021-2024Yes
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Friendship House Association of American Indians
Provide after school enrichment classes, community events and referrals for Mission HS219-14B52021-2024Yes
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Genesys WorksProvide training, mentoring and paid internships for rising seniors and seniors216-22B42021-2024Yes
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Giants Community Fund
Junior Giants Program. Provide PE curriculum and baseball / softball equipment, and facilitate events for 3rd graders
2111-9B192021-2024Yes