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Students marching down Market Street in an anti-Trump protest on November 10, 2016. Photo by Joe Rivano Barros.

Mission High Students Join Hundreds in Anti-Trump Protest

Dozens of students from Mission High School marched to City Hall and joined hundreds of other San Francisco high schoolers in a city-wide walk-out on Thursday morning to protest the election of Donald Trump. Students left school at 9 a.m. with the full support of many teachers and their principal, according to Eva Grace, a junior. Grace said that while students had been mournful...
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National Pi Day at Mission High School

One way to get students excited about learning math is to create a holiday for one of the discipline’s most iconic numbers: pi, or 3.14. March 14 was National Pi Day, and Ann Lyon’s ninth-grade math class at Mission High School celebrated with pi-centric poems, pie eating, jewelry-making and recitations of the seemingly infinite number. Pi is a staple of many...
Youth and community organizers celebrate the launch of a city-wide pilot program that allows youth to ride Muni for free.

Free Muni Program for Youth Kicks Off

Dozens of San Francisco youths and several city leaders, including supervisors David Campos and John Avalos, gathered Wednesday afternoon on the steps of Everett Middle School to celebrate a new pilot program that will allow local youth to ride Muni for free. As of Friday, March 1, kids from 5 to 17 years of age who live in San Francisco...
Students at a Mission Local video workshop.

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