SAN FRANCISCO EXTENDS EMERGENCY CHILD AND YOUTH CARE UNTIL END OF SCHOOL YEAR
Earlier this week, San Francisco Unified School District announced that all of their schools would remain closed until the Fall. As a result of this closure the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department will keep centers open until at least June 2nd to provide care for children of healthcare workers, first responders, and other essential City employees. This is an important part of San Francisco’s Covid-19 response plan and helps to support these essential City employees during this critical time.
These emergency care centers are a joint partnership between the SF Recreation and Park Department and the Department of Children, Youth, and their Families (DCYF). Dedicated recreation professionals operate these facilities, providing a variety of indoor and outdoor activities, while DCYF provides three meals a day to all participants.
More details can be found HERE