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At Gateway Public Schools, our classrooms are places in which people are listened to and respected. Our community models the kindness and compassion that we wish to see in our nation. As always, we will stand for the celebration of diversity, and we will fight against bigotry, prejudice, and oppression. Click here to read the full message.
Gateway Public Schools will host a free screening of the critically acclaimed documentary, "Screenagers: Growing Up in the Digital Age," from 6:00 to 8:00 PM on Thursday, December 1, in the Gateway High School auditorium.
On Thursday, October 13th, nearly 350 guests and supporters of Gateway Public Schools gathered for the 14th Annual Matters of the Mind Luncheon with honored guest, Bryant Terry, James Beard Award-winning chef, activist, author and inaugural Chef-in-Residence at the Museum of the African Diaspora in San Francisco. Funds raised from the Luncheon directly impact Gateway's capacity to deliver an exceptional public school education.
We are very excited to announce a new communication tool at Gateway! ParentSquare is designed to keep parents informed and facilitate family participation at school. It provides a safe way for our school and families to communicate with each other.
On Friday, August 12, 2016 Gateway's class of 2020 visited UC Berkeley to get a glimpse of what college life is like. Every year Gateway hosts its freshmen orientation at a college campus to instill college bound expectations among students right from the start of school.
Click here to learn more about the summer mailing, first day of school, and important dates for families.
We're excited to share our first ever Magazine and Annual Report! Read on to learn more about our accomplishments, priorities, and inspirational students and faculty.
Gateway was recently featured in Mind/Shift, KQED's education blog, for our work celebrating learning differences and empowering each student to embark on their own learning path.
Gateway recently released the #BestSummerEver Guide which lists a wide range of summer opportunities for students with all of the important accompanying details.
Families and community members joined Gateway High School on Tuesday, March 15, to participate in Genocide Awareness Night, an evening of learning and conversation. Students in Humanities 10 studied the Holocaust, read Elie Wiesel's memoir Night, and researched modern genocides including those in Darfur, Rwanda, Bosnia, and Cambodia.
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