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  • CONGRATULATIONS
    CLASS OF 2018!

    Congratulations Class of 2018! We will miss you!
    Other classes, please mark your calendar for Monday, August 20th, 8am for the first day back at school!

    BEACON CENTER'S
    SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES

    Summer programs! Internships! You need to stop by the Beacon and learn about all the opportunities they have for you!
    Stop by the Teen Center near the main office!
    http://www.bayviewbeacon.org/summer-programming/

    PUMA NEWS,
    FINAL EPISODE!

    The final episode of Puma News covers the Day of Silence, celebrations of Cinco De Mayo at Burton, the Boys' Baseball Team season, and Some Advice from Graduating Seniors.

    CONGRATULATIONS
    TRACK & FIELD TEAM!

    Burton High's Track & Field team performed well at the All-City Track & Field Championships! SEE THIS LINK FOR NAMES!



    PRINCIPAL OF THE YEAR!

    Congratulations to our principal Mr. Sam Bass who received the prestigious SF Mayor’s Principal of the Year award for High Schools!

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    MARCHING BAND REPRESENTS!

    Our award winning Marching Band has officially been asked by Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi to represent her district in the 2019 National Independence Day Parade on July 4th, 2019 in Washington D.C.!! This is a tremendous honor and our students will not only be representing Burton and SFUSD but the State of California as well! Only 3 schools were invited: Burton, Washington, and Sacred Heart.

    BURTON LOOKING FOR CS VOLUNTEERS FOR 2018-19

    Are you an adult working in computer science who wants to volunteer in a Computer Science class? Please see this letter about an opportunity in 2018-19.

    BLACK BOOKS MATTER

    Each year, there are more books published about animals than Black people. Black people have historically been, and continue to be, underrepresented, misrepresented, or invisible in literature.

    The Burton Library curated and displayed this list of 25 books with the Black Student Union. These books center, reflect, and affirm Black history and culture, and were written and illustrated by Black authors and allies.

    Black Books Matter

    Come check these out and more at the Burton Library.

    NEW STUDENT
    GOVERNMENT OFFICERS

    Congratulations to Burton High School's new Student Government Officers! Thank you to all who ran, participated, and voted.

    ASB
    President: Tammy Nguyen
    Vice President: Daryll Conlu
    Secretary: Marlon Aquino
    Treasurer: Patricia Fong
    Parliamentarian: Costin Smilovici
    ASB Ambassador: Rebecca Cavanaugh
    Class of 2019
    President: Razelene Llorando
    Vice President: Ryan Young
    Secretary: Kimberly Kam
    Treasurer: Sophia Dinh
    Class of 2020
    President: Ariana Tse
    Vice President: Jessica Chen
    Secretary: Alvin Ho
    Treasurer: Emmanuel Manzon
    Parliamentarian: Eduardo Garcia
    Class of 2021
    President: Megan Law
    Vice President: Daniela Simental
    Secretary: Narene Morales
    Treasurer: Lambriere Hyson
    Parliamentarian: Nathaniel Wong

    BURTON CLUBS!

    Check out Burton's clubs! If you have related information or media then please contact Mr. Singer at singerd@sfusd.edu.

    DACA INFORMATION

    A nonprofit in San Francisco, Mission Asset Fund, announced a $1 million scholarship fund to cover the $495 DACA renewal application fee. Visit http://www.lc4daca.org/ for more information.

    PUMA ACADEMY

    Keep your semester going well by developing the habit of coming to the Puma Academy after school! Get help with your homework and have access to all of the tools that you need. This year, Puma Academy will be offered everyday after school in the LIBRARY!

    SCHOOL TOURS

    School tours will take place every Monday from 8:30am-10:30am. Please call to reserve a space for the tour at 415-469-4550.