"A California Distinguished School with a Science, Math and Arts Focus"
Students enrolled 385
Hours 8:40 AM - 2:40 PM
School leader John Simard
Transportation options Yes
Before school Yes
After school Yes
Summer program no info

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4 stars
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March 10, 2014
This has been a wonderful school for our family. My son has had 2 years of great teachers so far and we love being part of this warm community. This is a great and growing neighborhood school with many families from Bernal Heights, Mission, Glen Park, Sunnyside and the Excelsior.

- submitted by a parent
September 10, 2013
My daughter has gone to Sunnyside since Kindergarten and she is now in the 5th grade. This school environment has improved every year she has been here, along with their STAR Test and API scores. Sunnyside s API for the past 4 years: 2010 API: 768 2011 API: 807 2012 API: 825 2013 API: 862 What more could you ask for in the public school. The teachers are all dedicate and the principle is very approachable. There are also many enrichment activities outside of the classrooms that help to support the curriculum. Students can choose to participate in any of these. Science Night, After School Arts, Music, Dance, Lego and the Opera connection helps enhance this school community. Every grade level has outside soccer teams that they can join etc. I highly recommend this school especially with new renovation begin next year, which means new buildings, and update rooms.

- submitted by a parent
September 01, 2013
Sunnyside was our forst choice in the lottery and we're thrilled to be there. It's full of great teachers, committed families, and excellent resources. The principal is hand-on, approachable, responsive, and smart. The facility is beautiful and the upcoming renovation will really give the school a fresh new look.

- submitted by a parent
August 09, 2013
Sunnyside has a great community of locals always willing to help out at the school and with each other - the San Francisco opera came to our school last year and our students wrote and performed in their very own operas!

- submitted by a parent
July 08, 2013
Sunnyside is a great school for my son. He will be entering first grade in the Fall. Being this is our first experience with public school, we couldn't be happier. The teachers are attentive and thorough, The Principal is very involved and committed and the parent community is outstanding. I feel even over the past year the school is evolving and will soon be one of the top! Go Eagles!

- submitted by a parent
April 16, 2013
I have two boys Sunnyside Elementary. One Kindergartner and 2nd grader. We have been VERY happy with the school. We are new to the school this year coming from an International school abroad. We were nervous about switching to a public school in a state that doesn't have a lot of extra money to go to education. We couldn't be more pleased with the teachers and the atmosphere at the school. The principle is very involved in the everyday happenings at the school and it has a very active PTA. My boys are very excited to go to school everyday which to me says a lot!

- submitted by a parent
November 15, 2012
I went on a tour of Sunnyside for my soon to be kindergartner. The tour was well organized by informed parents who did a great job answering the questions the audience had. Most importantly, the teaching at Sunnyside seemed strong. In each classroom, the teacher had full command of her class, the children were engaged and were learning. Sunnyside kindergartners were reading, which, compared to other schools I toured, was impressive. Definitely worth touring and putting on your radar.

- submitted by a parent
October 29, 2012
The Sunnyside teachers have been awesome and the parent community is friendly, open, down-to-earth, positive, energetic.

- submitted by a parent
October 11, 2012
Sunnyside is a great place to be for kids and parents! My child is learning so much academically while also having lots of in-class enrichment programs like art, dance, gardening, music, and PE. There are lots of community events including a Halloween carnival during the school day and a Springfest carnival open to the public, Bike to School Day, Math and Science Night, International Potluck, and lots more. It seems there is a fun event at least every month, which the kids love, and it helps bring the community of families together. The PTA is very active, and there are many dedicated family members volunteering and helping to fundraise for our school. Sunnyside has everything I could want: Strong academics, dedicated and caring faculty and staff, loads of enrichment programs, small school feel, and a warm community. We are very happy here!

- submitted by a parent
October 10, 2012
Sunnyside is a wonderful community. The principal is inspiring and deeply invested in teacher coaching and retention. The teachers are engaged, communicative, and enthusiastic. The PTA/parents are very organized and do great work funding an incredible array of enrichment activities. My kindergartener has had "extras" every week (or more!), including special science workshops, KidPower personal safety workshops, and dance/movement class. We love it.

- submitted by a parent
October 09, 2012
Both my kids go to Sunnyside and they're both having a great time there. My youngest's transition to kindergarten has been very smooth, and my eldest has had teachers that are working with him on his attention issues and helping him focus and excel. The school has lots of enrichment activities available, and we're all very happy with the school. The parent community is strong and is working to support the school and it's community through direct help such as helping the teachers, through to fundraising for extra programs and staff. The way the whole community team works together is impressive and it's achieving great things. I highly recommend it; and more importantly, my kids love it there. They were sad that they had Columbus day off!! High praise indeed.

- submitted by a parent
October 09, 2012
I'm the parent of a first grader at Sunnyside and we've had an amazing experience at Sunnyside. My daughter's kindergarten and first grade teachers have both been excellent educators, as well as engaged and very responsive to parent questions and concerns. The school community is very welcoming and I've been impressed by the range of activities funded by the PTA, including art, gardening, dance, specialized math instruction, technology, etc. One thing that I didn't hear about on my school tour (and something that's really impressed me) are all of the "extras" we've had over the past year, including special in-class presentations and activities (from art to music to science). In the past 12 months, my child has had in-class art, yoga, gardening, improv, music, and dance as well as field trips to Mission Science, the Exploratorium, and to the Legion of Honor for a docent-guided tour. My daughter even got to be part of a dance performance at the DeYoung last year during "Young at Art." It was quite a thrill for her. I agree that the Great Schools rating is not reflective of our overall experience of Sunnyside. We're very happy there.

- submitted by a parent
October 08, 2012
We left the Parochial system for SF public and we not sure what we'd get when we did. Having had experience with Sunnyside before hand, we went for it. It was a GREAT decision! The leadership there is full of energy and we've already seen some of the choices made improve the test scores and the academic environment! our Kindergartner is overjoyed to be at school and our 3rd grade is truly blossoming academically, scoring 100% on spelling and math tests! There are several good schools in SF - more so than you might think at first inspection. Sunnyside is certainly one of them. On top of the classroom learning, the PTA is VERY strong there and has done a great job of adding enrichment programs to the school activity set. They really care about community at Sunnyside - the whole community! If you're looking for a solid Elementary school, public and in the Sunnyside/ Glen Park, Noe Valley area, this is a great one to put on your list!

- submitted by a parent
October 05, 2012
Sunnyside has a very strong parent/teacher community. As the parent of a kindergartner, I am extremely happy with the learning environment, level of teacher dedication, and community feel. In the past few years, Sunnyside has been making great gains in test scores, parent involvement, and PTA funding. It is only going to go up from here.

- submitted by a parent
October 04, 2012
If you re a prospective kindergarten parent, I strongly encourage you to look at the disaggregated data reported for each school you re considering rather than just the overall ranking by Great Schools. Taking Sunnyside as an example -- if you click on its Great Schools ranking (which, at the moment, is ranked overall 5 out of 10 on the main overview page), you ll see the assessment data broken down by demographic categories and by grade levels (standardized testing starts in grade 2). Grade 2 at Sunnyside is ranked by Great Schools as 10 out of 10 , which is one indication of how school performance has steadily improved over the past several years. As a happy new kindergarten parent at Sunnyside, I just wanted to point this out to other prospective parents going through the same due diligence process I remember so clearly from a year ago! Sunnyside is a terrific gem of a school and I don t feel its 5 ranking correctly reflects the wonderful teaching and learning going on inside.

- submitted by a parent
September 14, 2012
My twins have attended Sunnyside for three years and love it. We just got STAR tests results. They show significant increases in language and math across all subgroups. Our garden program has grown and we're implementing a new PTA project based math program for all grades. Since the post below, the school has adopted a new discipline policy that integrates restorative practices (which emphasize repairing harm and instilling a sense of justice). All teachers received training in restorative practices over the summer. Sunnyside is holding a trilingual (English, Cantonese, Spanish) community meeting about restorative practices and Sunnyside's new discipline policy on October 1, 2012 at 6:00 pm. The PTA is also working with Kidpower to bring age appropriate people-safety skill workshops to all classrooms during the first two weeks of October. Several faculty members have commented that many of the problems from last year have subsided.

- submitted by a parent
May 07, 2012
Yes, the teachers and staff are caring and professional. The PTA is incredible, as well. Sorry you missed the March 19th PTA meeting which was called as an emergency response to discipline not being enforced at a level beyond the teachers' jurisdiction. Ninety percent of the classroom teachers were there because they have been unsupported re: student discipline especially at the upper grades. Two school district officials were there, and the Board of Educ. was informed. Stay involved, read the PTA yahoo group to understand the situation. Come to school to observe students' behavior especially during recess and lunch. The lunch supervisor quit the upper grade lunch because she wasn't supported when she tried to give boundaries to kids who needed direction and guidance. Do you the School Climate Committee is recruiting parents? It's one thing to decide on a Behavior Plan, but come to the office to see how many and how frequently these kids sit there because there is no enforcement of rules and expectations. Nor is there a process for restoring the balance of a healthy community. Please join the School Climate Committee.

- submitted by a parent
May 04, 2012
Wonderful school with caring teachers and staff. The PTA community is kind and welcoming. My daughter loves her teachers and is excited to go to school each day.

- submitted by a parent
April 17, 2011
We are in our 2nd year at Sunnyside and my son is thriving in all areas. The school has a very safe and friendly feel. The new principal is doing a great job in progressing the school to the next level. The community is involved and committed to making this a great school. It's nice to have a school that my child looks forward to attending everyday, and as parents we enjoy going there tooo.

- submitted by a parent
February 18, 2011
My son entered Kindergarden at Sunnyside in Fall of 2010. So far, we have had a wonderful experience. His kindergarden teacher is amazing- she is not only great with the kids but technologically very savy too- report cards and class schedules are all emailed to me. In addition, the new principal is very proactive and responsive to parent's needs. Additional benefits are the great diversity of students and small school size which was perfect for my son who came from a small preschool. We feel very lucky to be at Sunnyside and look forward to the next 5 years there. -Mom and Pediatrician

- submitted by a parent
May 12, 2010
Great principal, teachers and staff! This school is clean, well diversified and my son loves going to this school.

- submitted by a parent
May 01, 2010
The community feel at Sunnyside is truly unique.

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 01, 2010
The demographics of our school has changed recently. There are many more parents involved in the PTA in the last 3 years. They have made an incredible effort in recruiting more families who understand the home-school connection. And in doing so, they have made the school more attractive to other parents willing to share the workload, so that no one person feels overwhelmed with responsibilities. Everyone contributes in any way they can, and everyone in our community benefits from each person's knowledge, skills, time, and resources. For example, parents have installed two beautification murals: the 'Sunnyside' one at the entrance and the Peace Wall. We now have classroom gardens, and recently planted greenery surrounding the school. As a public school teacher, I believe that the vast majority of teachers are dedicated to their jobs. So, what makes great schools stand out from the rest? It is the amount of parent participation. Sunnyside is quickly gaining popularity among the other highly-requested elementary schools.

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 01, 2010
This is an amazing school! Diverse students, dedicated teachers, a great principal all add up to great learning for kids. A ++++++ !!

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 01, 2010
My daughter is in the K and she loves her school. Her teacher is great and she also loves her classmates. We love to see there are many more parents involved in the PTA. Only a warm,sweet school can make kids love to go to school everday.

- submitted by a parent
May 01, 2010
Great staff, kids, and parents! A real community feel.

- submitted by a parent
April 30, 2010
The staff is great and the PTA is works hard at making improvements for the school. I love that the school is small and parents are very involved.

- submitted by a parent
April 30, 2010
Sunnyside has excellent teachers, a caring staff, an abundance of enrichment activities for both students and families, and a terrific and diverse student body. It is everything I wanted out of an elementary school in the city.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 30, 2010
Small family orientated, diverse, great faculty, pta is active

- submitted by a parent
April 30, 2010
Small neighborhood school, great teachers, great parent community, and my daughter likes it so much that for her a day without school is a day lost.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 30, 2010
Sunnyside Elementary is dedicated to the advancement of our children and the active participation of local community. The teachers and staff work together with the parents to find new ways to motivate our children to achieve success in their young lives.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 30, 2010
Small yet diverse neighborhood school. Wonderful teachers and active parent community.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 30, 2010
Sunnyside has a terrific staff. The students work hard. It's a small neighborhood school with a great community feeling.

- submitted by a parent
April 29, 2010
Marcus is reading - in Kindergarten! Full books, no help. He writes on his own and loves going to school! The yard is full of energetic, healthy kids and his teacher has created a wonderful, respectful learning environment. The PTA is energized and the community is growing full of strong, smart and caring parents. I know that the SF school system has its faults and that there are many schools to choose from, but if public is your choice and you're near the Glen Park, Sunnyside districts, Sunnyside school is a great choice! We couldn't be happier :)

- submitted by a parent
April 17, 2010
My family has been at Sunnyside for many years. I have a 1st grader, 3rd grader and a niece. I appreciate the many hours teachers work overtime so that my kids get their needs met and they make learning fun and exciting. All the teachers deserve the credit for the caring environment and discipline in their classrooms. My kids feel safe in their classrooms, but, recess and lunch is different. They tell me some kids are bullies, and even when they tell the principal during lunch, nothing happens. She has no discipline skills. So many parents complained, she even had to write a response about her discipline on the yard. But, my kids are still telling me that nothing happens- she just tells the bad kid to stop- that's all she does. That's unacceptable!

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 16, 2010
I love the dedicated teachers and the focus on hands-on learning!

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 16, 2010
We are about to wrap up our first year at Sunnyside and couldn't be happier. The teachers and staff as well as the involved parent community have been so caring & dedicated during this transition from preschool to kindergarden. Our class has a very co-op feeling - everyone looking after each others interests and our son loves going to school and learning. What better way to start off a child's education.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 16, 2010
In the past few years the principal has made a concerted effort to hire young, energetic, committed teachers and it shows. Parents have gotten involved to support the staff, raising money to try to compensate for the shameful lack of support education in SF is receiving from the city and there is a tremendous spirit of involvement and dedication. It's a 'sunny' place.

- submitted by a community member
no rating April 15, 2010
Sunnyside is a great place to work. We have a wonderful group of teachers and paras and support personnel who work well together. It is a small, neighborhood school with a diverse population. We have been able to provide music, dance and fine arts and science education along with the regular curriculum.

- submitted by a parent
March 13, 2010
Today my youngest child was assigned to Sunnyside! I am so happy both my children will attend a school with a small community feel. There are so many involved parents, dedicated teachers and a Principal who has created an educational atmosphere that provides students with a strong foundation in the three 'R's' in creative ways. The large increase in test scores (almost 70 points) last year shows that the efforts of the students, teachers, and Principal have really paid off.

- submitted by a parent
March 09, 2010
There is no leadership or open communication with the principle .The school is sloppily run and seems to be the principles forum to be dictatoral.the environment is stressful to children. Many serious concerns are not addressed and are dismissed. This is not a school i advise due to my own experience

- submitted by a parent
November 03, 2009
Small, neighborhood school with caring teachers and active parents. Like the elementary school I remember attending.

- submitted by a parent
October 27, 2009
My son just started Kindergarten this year and he just loves this school! The only thing I wish it had was an afterschool language class (like Mandarin, Spanish, etc.). But overall, this school is Great! It just keeps getting better and better!

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 24, 2009
My daughter was in private school since preschool and recently transferred to Sunnyside. The pressure of her previous schools academic program had her hating school in the first grade. We were very worried about the transition and did not pick Sunnyside as one of our options and were fortunate enough to get in at the last minute. She now comes home loving school with a smile on her face. Her teacher is teaching in ways never used at her previous school and we can already see improvements in her reading and approach to homework. This is a small school with a caring staff. We are lucky to be a part of this community and appreciate their hard work and dedication.

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 24, 2009
The spirit to make the world and our Sunnyside school a better place is celebrated by teachers, students, the community and the parents--together.

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 24, 2009
Sunnyside is a small, neighborhood school that welcomes a diversity of kids and parents who like to lend a hand wherever they can.

- submitted by a parent
September 18, 2009
This is our second year at Sunnyside Elementary, our son has a FANTASTIC first grade teacher who is inspiring and planning all manner of interesting field trips. Parents were also just informed that Sunnyside's API scores jumped 68 points in one year to 813! This is due to the hard work of the teachers, the dedication of the principal, the committed parent community, and our hard-working students. Kids are assigned homework *every* night, even in kindergarten. Big things are happening at this school, and I believe its way to becoming an academic powerhouse.

- submitted by a parent
no rating December 05, 2008
My son is in Kindergarten, we too, didn't have Sunnyside in our first 7 choices, then learned about it later in our process - lucky us! My son is very happy and is learning so much. The school is small, cheerful, and sweet. There are so many extras that the PTA funds, such as PE, Art, Movement, and Music. And now there are big garden plans in the works and an 'outdoor classroom' to involve the kids in this. I think it is only getting better and better. I never toured by the way, I just stopped by and got a flyer and during that visit the SF Symphony was there teaching all the kids to play the kazoo, so cute.

- submitted by a parent
November 09, 2008
Great city school with a small neighborhood close knit feel. Your child will have a wonderful time learning at Sunnyside Elementary

- submitted by a parent
November 09, 2008
Our daughter is in Kindergarten at Sunnyside and we have been incredibly happy with the warm and welcoming community, high caliber of caring and committed teachers and a straight-shooting principal. We have been pleasantly surprised with all the enrichment activities the school provides, LEAP Artist-in-residence, strong Science curriculum with ongoing in class experiments and monthly field trips, P.E. twice per week, music, movement and more. There's also a very committed group of parents who are planning and launching a Garden Program at the school in the Spring. I would recommend this school to anyone who wants a small, friendly neighborhood school, and who wants to contribute their time to making this school even better in the coming years. It could still use more parent involvement and some stronger fundraising strategies. We're excited to have found this special up and coming school!!!

- submitted by a parent
no rating November 09, 2008
Sunnyside was not on my list of 7 schools. Because of the crummy system in SF, we were given Sunnyside. It turned out to be a lucky break. The (3) kindergarten classes have huge parental involvement. For example, 10 out of 20 parents showed up for a wednesday 9:30am science walk for a kindergarten class. Incredible parent involvement. Another example is the saturday kindergarten classroom cleaning which 4 fathers and 5 mothers volunteered their weekend time. Other new changes to the school that are parent based involve a lunch literacy program and an incredible garden project, to name only a few. Sunnyside does not tour well but it is a wonderful neighborhood school. I would say to all the parents that are in the position I was in last year, put Sunnyside on the top of your list if you are a motivated forward thinking parent and join us.

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- submitted by a parent
October 08, 2008
My son is very happy at Sunnyside and the YMCA aftershool program. We are really excited about his first grade teacher - she likes to organize field trips and she provides a calm and cheerful learning environment. The present teachers are energetic and committed to the kids and the school. There are always teachers at the PTA meetings, for instance. Their are also a good number of involved parents, and in my experience, they are very open and friendly. I am not wild about the principal - she is no-nonsense, which is good, but she could have a more can-do, upbeat attitude about things. Overall, the school is cozy and grassroots. Sunnyside is a really good school that you still have a decent chance of getting into through the lottery.

- submitted by a parent
January 11, 2008
Sunnyside is doing well in a system that is not really dedicated to their children. The school has great parent support. The children really seems to like the school and their peers. The principal is dedicated and has made positive changes during her four years. Each of the last two years, the school has been able to weed out some not so good teachers and has replaced them with energetic and skillful teachers. I wish the SFUD was as committed to our children as the principle, the teachers, the parents, and the children are to the holistic education of the children.

- submitted by a parent
December 06, 2007
sunnyside elementary school is an amazing enviroment for my sons. i started tracking the test scores for sunnyside when my oldest son was only 2 months old, he is now 9years old and in the 4th grade, this school has done amazingly well in test score improvemets! there is a very tight knit feeling among parents and kids with in our sunnyside family. i am so glad that my children and i are involved with this school. the teachers are great, the pta is wounderful, and every child you meet has a smile on their face.

- submitted by a parent
November 19, 2006
We wanted to try the public school system and tried Sunnyside with our child. We researched all the schools in SF and wanted to give Sunnyside a chance and made it our first choice. The parents are very dedicated to making the school great; the teachers and principal are not committed to the same. We had numerous issues with unruly kids, lesson plans and aftercare (the worst and up with the most expensive in SF).

- submitted by a parent
August 17, 2006
We'll be starting our sixth year at Sunnyside and I have to say that I'm very pleased to be sending both of my children to this wonderful school. Our principal is a strong leader and knows how to reach her goals. We have many gifted teachers, some who have been at Sunnyside for a while and others who are relatively new to Sunnyside. The PTA involvement is growing and gets better every year. The school is a friendly, safe and cheery place for my kids to go to school. The office staff is excellent and very attentive to the students as are the teachers and principal. Fresh paint inside and out, art work in the halls, a beautiful library and wonderful library volunteers, improving test scores, more enrichment programs like art, poetry, dance and science make Sunnyside a great place for learning!

- submitted by a parent
June 29, 2006
Wow! Sunnyside just keep getting better! The new test results are in and we're up again! Nancy Schlenke, our new principal, has done amazing things, and the future looks brighter than ever. The PTA got a beautiful new play structure built last summer (and more play pieces are being added this summer), and funded arts and/or science projects in every classroom. In 2006/2007 Sunnyside will be focusing on Science, with special projects and programs throughout the school year in every grade! Our son will be in third grade this fall, and every year I feel better and better about choosing an up-and-coming school like Sunnyside for our family. Evidentally we're not alone, since our PTA membership and fundraising levels are also growing larger every year.

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- submitted by a teacher
no rating October 27, 2005
'We love Sunnyside school! The teachers are committed and upbeat, and the school is small and family-like. There is a real warmth and friendliness about it. Sunnyside is strong in the basics, with well-behaved kids and a clean and cheery building. The new principal has done a lot of work to improve test scores and increase team teaching. She has a strong scientific background and I look forward to an increased emphasis on science in the curriculum.' - Caroline Murphy

- submitted by a parent
October 25, 2005
My daughter started kindergarten at Sunnyside this year and goes to school enthusiastically each morning. Her teacher combines warmth with constructive discipline to create a positive, structured learning environment. My daughter loves him! The school as a whole is well-organized and feels very safe and is also spotlessly clean; halls and classrooms are decorated with student artwork. Parent involvement is on the upswing and recently the PTA was instrumental in securing grants to build a new play structure (completed last summer) and landscape the playground (in process). The school also has received grants to provide PE instruction to all grades and to fund a part-time librarian. (The library was remodeled by parents two years ago). The principal knows the kids by name and shows genuine concern and energy when dealing with concerns like playground squabbles. I feel this small school (around 300 students) provides everything my daughter needs to succeed.

- submitted by a parent
June 23, 2005
My daughter went to k at sunnyside. She loved it! The teacher was really great with the kids, the staff was helpful and kind. They also have an excellent YMCA after & before school program!

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February 24, 2005
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December 29, 2004
I am concerned that Sunnyside Elementary School, while it excepts severely physically and mentally disabled children into its program, offers little attention aimed at these children's individual and educational needs, and it is not equipped to provide any interventions whatsoever designed to educate and work with the autistic child.

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October 12, 2004
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- submitted by a parent
November 06, 2003
Sunnyside is a wonderful neighborhood school on it's way up. We didn't even know it existed, and had chosen 5 of the high profile elementary schools on our lottery form. Of course we didn't get any of the ones we chose, but instead were assigned to Sunnyside, which is minutes from home. After receiving our assignment we toured the school and were very pleasantly surprised. Mrs. Barker, the principal, is a very hands-on woman, extremely easy to talk to. The teachers seem to have complete control of the school. The kids are well dressed, well disciplined and appear happy and challenged by their work. We just took part in 'Octoberfest', a day of games for the kids, and it was a blast. I would like to see more parental involvement, but maybe that will have to start with us!

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Sunnyside Elementary School
250 Foerster Street, San Francisco, CA  94112
(415) 469-4746
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Sunnyside Elementary School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 67 reviews.