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San Francisco Unified School District

School Health Programs supports all SFUSD schools so as to be welcoming and inclusive environments where students are safe, healthy and ready to learn. The office supports health education and the district’s Wellness Policy through board-mandated K-12 health lessons. Student Nutrition Services provides high-quality meals to our students. SFUSD views comprehensive health education as a right of passage for ALL students.

FoodCorps Service Members in San Francisco are placed at one school wherein they provide hands-on lessons for students in the garden and classrooms, actively support school meals and help to build a school environment where the healthy choice is the easy choice. Service Members are provided with consistent and high quality professional development, and plentiful opportunities to learn, receive coaching, and collaborate with peers.

Service in California connects you to a legacy and future of innovative Farm to School programming, vibrant school communities, and equitable access to nourishing school meals. FoodCorps California Service Members are part of a 34-person cohort serving in communities across the state. California service members are important members of the school and district community, lead nutrition and garden lessons, promote social and emotional wellness, and support initiatives such as School Meals For All, California Thursdays/California Food for California Kids, and Harvest of the Month programs by running taste tests, supporting meal programs, and making mealtime an educational and socially fulfilling time.

General Qualifications

For all positions, applicants should be:

  • Committed to racial equity and anti-racist practices
  • Strong collaborators
  • Problem solvers
  • Comfortable in a community of continuous learning
  • Flexible
  • Creative
  • Independent

Preferred Qualifications

For Elementary School Positions, applicants should be passionate about:

  • Passionate about working with students, from preschool to grade 5
  • Outdoor/garden education
  • Cooking/nutrition education
  • Physical activity
  • Health education

 

For Student Nutrition Services Positions, applicants should be:

  • Committed to the mission of SFUSD’s SNS
  • Passionate about nourishing all SFUSD students with food that enables them to live healthy lives and thrive inside and outside the classroom

School Health Programs supports all SFUSD schools so as to be welcoming and inclusive environments where students are safe, healthy and ready to learn. The office supports health education and the district’s Wellness Policy through board-mandated K-12 health lessons. Student Nutrition Services provides high-quality meals to our students. SFUSD views comprehensive health education as a right of passage for ALL students.

FoodCorps Service Members in San Francisco are placed at one school wherein they provide hands-on lessons for students in the garden and classrooms, actively support school meals and help to build a school environment where the healthy choice is the easy choice. Service Members are provided with consistent and high quality professional development, and plentiful opportunities to learn, receive coaching, and collaborate with peers.

Service in California connects you to a legacy and future of innovative Farm to School programming, vibrant school communities, and equitable access to nourishing school meals. FoodCorps California Service Members are part of a 34-person cohort serving in communities across the state. California service members are important members of the school and district community, lead nutrition and garden lessons, promote social and emotional wellness, and support initiatives such as School Meals For All, California Thursdays/California Food for California Kids, and Harvest of the Month programs by running taste tests, supporting meal programs, and making mealtime an educational and socially fulfilling time.

General Qualifications

For all positions, applicants should be:

  • Committed to racial equity and anti-racist practices
  • Strong collaborators
  • Problem solvers
  • Comfortable in a community of continuous learning
  • Flexible
  • Creative
  • Independent

Preferred Qualifications

For Elementary School Positions, applicants should be passionate about:

  • Passionate about working with students, from preschool to grade 5
  • Outdoor/garden education
  • Cooking/nutrition education
  • Physical activity
  • Health education

 

For Student Nutrition Services Positions, applicants should be:

  • Committed to the mission of SFUSD’s SNS
  • Passionate about nourishing all SFUSD students with food that enables them to live healthy lives and thrive inside and outside the classroom