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SSFHS Band Boosters 2nd Tuesday

SSFHS BAND BOOSTERS Meetings are held on the Second Tuesday of each month at 6:30pm in Room M1-Band Room. Support the Band & Auxiliary Program.

2nd Tuesday, 6:30 PM

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PTSA Meetings 4th Tuesday

Parent - Teacher - Student  Association

PTSA Meetings are the Fourth Tuesday of each month at 7:00 pm in Room A-1 (across from the Main Office) 


ELAC Parents Meeting

ELAC Meets regularly in the Library on the 2nd Tuesday of the Month at 6:00 pm.

DELAC Meeting 4th Monday of the Month

The District English Language Acquisition Committee meets at Alta Loma Middle School on the 4th Monday of the Month.

Replacement IDs are available in the LIC for $5.00. 

See Ms. Mitchell at lunch, or before or after school.

Local News

SSF PATCH : Local News and Community Website

San Mateo Daily Journal:  Peninsula News and Sports

SF Examiner:  Local News - Search on South San Francisco!

Warriors Tickets


Watch the Warriors LIVE and On-Demand!


Lady Warriors take 2nd Place in the PAL Championship Tournament.

Congratulations to our girls basketball team for placing 2nd in the PAL Tournament.






Watch the Semi-Finals below...



South San Francisco High School

Mock Trial

2nd place San Mateo County North Division

Mock Trial will compete on Wednesday, February 15th against Menlo School in the Semifinals for San Mateo County

Go Mock Trial Warriors!


District Resolution

In Support of Undocumented Students and Families


Congratulations to CSF Members!

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Ray De Jong Field Rededication at Bell Game

Former teachers and coaches Gene Mullin and Jim Orlich attend honor for the Ray De Jong Field rededication.  Mr. De Jong coached for South San Francisco High School for many years and is always an honored guest of any game. 


Also pictured are Mr. De Jong's son and daughter, and Joe Butcher, class of 1957 and "the best player Coach De Jong ever had" according to legend!


PTSA Donation Opportunity

print the Donation Form here

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First Ever Science Fair!

Hey Warriors, sign up for South City's first-ever science fair!

Online Application

Event Information



Homework Center 2016-17

Homework Center is open!

Students are able to:
  • Work on homework
  • Get Free tutoring in Math, English, Social Science and Science


  • Students must sign-in to Homework Center.
  • Students are expected to ...more


Futurelab: A Genentech Partnership

Genentech started here in South San Francisco, and is partnering with South San Francisco Unified School District to Excite and Engage students in Science activities and fieldtrips.  They are also working at the high schools to Equip our students with skills and knowledge for further education or careers in the sciences.

Please click on the link to see

Futurelab: A Genentech Science Education program!

And here's even more about Futurelab

And here's a review of 2014-15

Genentech Partnership: Futurelab

The SSFHS Warrior community would like to thank the following: 

  • Italian Consulate of San Francisco and the Italian Cultural Society of Sacramento for contributing to the Italian/World Language program at SSFHS

  • Genentech for their generous school supply donations for the students and staff

  • SSFHS PTSA for their fundraising efforts to support the school community”

"Thank you"!

ASB Presidents "Weekly Address"


Congratulations Brittney!

San Mateo County Daily Journal Athlete of the Week!!!


South City Game of the Week


Upcoming LIVE Broadcasts


The SOURCE Daily Announcements Show


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I understand that the Night Theme Diary Project is due next week and some people have questions on how to format this whole thing with using Microsoft Word and Google Docs along with how to submit this project. 
1) If you remember, I told you that I need a hard copy of the project. It even says it on the layout of the project as well. So PLEASE submit a hard copy of your project on the day that it is due. Everyone submit their project by next Friday, February 24th before the end of the school day. I know there is a block schedule set for that day and there is a possible guest coming into the school that Friday. So I would like everyone to submit their projects during lunch or by the end of the day. I will be leaving campus by 4PM next Friday. If it is late or you do not do the project, it will be a zero overall. 
2) In terms of typing this out, you can format perfectly in order to create the book effect. I can give you the instructions on how to approach it through Microsoft Word and Google Docs. 
- Microsoft Word: You click onto the Page Layout Icon on the top and change the Orientation. It should be changed to Landscape instead Portrait. Following that, an icon over states "Columns" in which you put in three. From there you should be able to have a column for the Theme response, one for the picture and the other for the Chapter response. 
- Google Docs: Go to file and click onto Page Setup and switch it to landscape. After that, you go to Format and click on Columns to create three columns. Same as word in appearance overall. 
If you have any questions or concerns, just e-mail me as soon as possible. I want you to be successful and creative in your theme diaries.


Dear SSFHS Family,

Below are the upcoming testing dates for CAASPP and CAST which all 11th grade students will take.  The PSAT10 is for 10th graders. The bell schedule will be schoolwide so all students will need to follow the bell schedule.


Feb 23 and Feb 24:  CAASPP Interim Assessment Block (test covers English and Math)

On Thursday, Feb 23, all juniors will take the interim assessment block during their English class.  Depending on which period they have English, they will either take it Thursday or Friday.  We will be on a 2-hour class block schedule as follow:

Period 1:  8:16-10:16

Period 3:  10:22-12:22

Lunch       12:24-12:54

Period 5:  1:00-3:00


On Friday, Feb 24, All juniors will take the interim assessment block during their English class.  Depending on which period they have English, they will either take it Thursday or Friday.We will be on a 2 hour class block schedule as follow:

Period 2:  8:16-10:16

Period 4:  10:22-10:16

Lunch       12:24-12:54

Period 5:  1:00 -3:00



March 8:  PSAT10

On Wednesday, March 8, sophomore students who signed up for the PSAT test will be pulled from their 1st period through 4th period classes and tested in a separate testing room.  No schedule change.  Students should check with their teachers for any work they will miss.


**Week of March 20-24:  Bell schedule will have one rotating extended block for the entire school.  Other classes are shorten to accommodate testing schedule.


March 20: There is no testing.

Period 1:  8:16 -9:56  (extended period.)

Period 2:  10:02-10:49

Period 3:  10:55-11:47

Period 4:  11:53 -12:40

Lunch       12:44-1:14

Period 5:    1:20-2:02

Period 6:    2:13-3:00


March 21: Math Part I

On Tuesday, March 21, juniors will take the Math Part I of the CAASPP test. 

Period 1:  8:16-8:59

Period 2:  9:05-11:05(extended period.  Juniors will take Math Part I)

Period 3:  11:11-11:59

Period 4:  12:05 -12:48

Lunch    12:52-1:22

Period 5:  1:28 - 2:11

Period 6:  2:17 -3:00



March 22:  Math Part II

On Wednesday, March 22, juniors will take Math Part II of the CAASPP test. 

Period 1:  8:16-9:00

Period 2:  9:06-9:50

Period 3:  9:56-11:56 (extended period.  Juniors will take Math Part II)

Period 4:  12:00-12:44

Lunch:    12:50-1:20

Period 5:  1:26-2:10

Period 6:  2:16-3:00


March 23: Science

On Thursday, March 23, juniors will take the Science CAST test.

Period 1:  8:16-9:03

Period 2:  9:09-9:56

Period 3:  10:02-10:54

Period 4:  11:00-12:40 (extended period.  Juniors  will take Science CAST)

Lunch:  12:44-1:14

Period 5:  1:20-2:07

Period 6:  2:13-3:00


March 24:  Make ups

On Friday, March 24, juniors who did not complete the Math Part I or Math Part II or Science CAST will complete their test on this day.


Period 1: 8:16-8:59

Period 2: 9:05-9:48

Period 3: 9:54-10:41

Period 4: 10:47-11:30

Lunch:  11:34-12:04

Period 5:  12:10-1:32

Period 6: 1:38-3:00


March 27 and March 28:  English Language Arts (ELA) Part I

On Monday, March 27 and Tuesday, March 28, juniors will take ELA Part I in their English classes.  Both days are on 2-hour block schedules.  Monday will be periods 1, 3, 5.  Tuesday will be Periods 2, 4, 6. Bell schedule for those days are as follow.


Period 1/2:  8:16-10:16

Period 3/4:  10:22-12:22

Lunch          12:24-12:54

Period 5/6:  1:00-3:00


March 30 and March 31:  English Language Arts (ELA) Part II

On Thursday, March 30 and Friday, March 31, juniors will take ELA Part II in their English classes.  Both days are on 2-hour block schedules.  Thursday will be periods 1, 3, 5.  Friday will be Period 2, 4, 6. 


Period 1/2:  8:16-10:16

Period 3/4:  10:22-12:22

Lunch          12:24-12:54

Period 5/6:  1:00-3:00


Students can prepare for these tests by taking online practice tests.  You will need your 10-digit student ID.







Dr. Rapaido, Principal


Parental Consent FAQs

Click here to print these Frequently Asked Questions in PDF: Español   English


Counseling Resources

24/7 Crisis Hotline: 800-273-TALK (8255)

San Mateo County Suicide Prevention Website

Kara Grief Counseling Website

Parent Resource Website from the Society for the Prevention of Teen Suicide


College & Career Corner


Students and Parents can register at Collegeboard.com for information about SATs, PSATs and AP testing.



Financial Aid Info!

Junior & Sophomore Night Presentation

Click HERE for the powerpoint presentation given at the Junior & Sophomore Night event held recently.

Student Handbook 2016-17

New Athletic Registration Procedure

Parents of students who wish to play on SSFHS sports teams: There is a new registration process to enable your child to be eligible to play sports.  Please click on the link below.  Then, click the "Register" button in the upper right corner of the login page.  You will need your child's 9 digit Student ID and the correct spelling of their name to be able to find the students name from data base.



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