The 2019 Summer Reading Lists are here! These lists contain the latest titles curated for diversity, equity, and inclusion. Our librarians take special care when selecting each book; our lists represent gender balance, provide a variety of genres, and implement a plethora of social identifiers. 

The Summer Reading Lists are recommendations based on interest level, not reading level. 

To view the lists and learn more about this program, click here.

Join us for our Neighborhood Art Show Open House on May 4, 10:30AM - Noon. Please RSVP here. For applicants eligible for kindergarten in the fall of 2020, you can begin the process in the fall of 2019. Visit our website on September 1, 2019 to fill out an inquiry form and begin planning your process with all updated events. 

We are so proud of our Digital Dolphins Gray, Green, and White teams for their collaboration, innovation, and perseverance throughout the season. The SF Day team members were incredible hosts to the visiting robotics teams at the tournament held on November 19, 2018. Visit our Digital Dolphins Padlet here.

Congratulations to our Digital Dolphins Gray Team for advancing to the regional tournament at UC Berkeley on January 19, 2019! Team members advancing include: Amalia, Blake, Everett, Gavin, Harrison, Jordan, Otis, Ruby, and Wyatt. Go Dolphins, Go! 

WHEN:  Saturday, November 17 from 8:00-5:00p. Optimal drop in times are 9:30-12p and 1-4:30p.

WHERE:  SF Day - all over our campus!

WHAT:  The Lego League Robotics Competition is an amazing experience for students to demonstrate their ingenuity and passion for making and creating. This competition is open to the public so feel free to stop by and cheer on our Green, White, and Gray Digital Dolphins Teams!! 

WHY: Our SF Day Digital Dolphins robotics team members have been working hard all year to program missions, research their project, and learn to work together as a team.

VOLUNTEERS WANTED! To be great hosts and facilitate the competition, we are seeking judges and referees. Judges and Referees cannot know the students competing.For example, if you are a K-4 parent you might make a great judge. Friends and colleagues are welcome. Training for judges and referees is minimal, and can all be done online. A background in robotics or technology is not required to volunteer. Breakfast and lunch will all be provided for all volunteers!

Want to get some insight into what this is all about? View our Digital Dolphins 2017 Video

Contact: Sarah Costello (