TEL HI’s Emergency Childcare Program Acknowledged by Mayor Breed

December 30, 2020

Our Early Childhood Education Team is One of SF’s Finest! In July 2020, Mayor London Breed recognized the Telegraph Hill Neighborhood Center (TEL HI) for providing emergency childcare to frontline, emergency, and other essential workers during the initial months of the COVID-19 pandemic. TEL HI was one of the only few childcare providers operating at this time and provided crucial service for over 60 families!  […]

TEL HI’s English Learner Academy at Francisco Middle School is Essential for Students Who Face Educational Barriers

August 27, 2020

The English Learner Academy at Francisco Middle school is designed to level the playing field for newcomer students, who face many educational barriers. Through the English Learner Academy (EL Academy), English learners take theater and dance classes, play math games and write personal stories, cook and go on urban treks with Francisco teachers, arts providers, and Beacon program specialists, helping them to gain English proficiency and academic skills and bridge […]

Support One of San Francisco’s Oldest Non-Profits

A Virtual Taste of TEL HI 2020 130 Years of Service in San Francisco Telegraph Hill Neighborhood Center (TEL HI) is hosting its annual fundraiser, A Virtual Taste of TEL HI, on Friday, September 18, 2020, at 6 PM to celebrate its 130th year anniversary! This year, guests who register in advance will have a […]

Summer Coding Bootcamp!

June 29, 2020

Running out of activities to keep your kiddo engaged this summer? Worried about summer learning loss? Hoping to use the time at home to build their critical thinking skills, nourish their creativity & develop a new skill?  Join Nitzia, Rebekah & Michael from TEL HI for our virtual Kids Code Bootcamp!  Kids Code Bootcamp will teach basic coding concepts to rising 4th-6th grade students in […]

Volunteer or Intern with a San Francisco community non-profit!

June 5, 2020

Help us support our diverse communities TEL HI has served the North Beach and Chinatown San Francisco communities since 1890. Through a variety of services geared towards all ages ranging from infants all the way up to seniors, we stay committed to our mission of enhancing the lives of people living in our community.   […]

From the Darkest Hour Shines the Brightest Light

June 1, 2020

There are two ways to perceive a challenge: to see it as a nuisance or to use it as an opportunity, and like many challenges, coronavirus took time to morph into the latter—to become an opportunity to learn, grow, and prove our adaptability in uncomfortable situations. Moreover, many of these challenges are new and issues […]

Staff Saturday: Infant, Toddler, and Preschool Program

May 29, 2020

GETTING IT DONE Lucero Gamboa, Enrollment Specialist & Facilities Manager, in her office Sometimes, things pile up in life: work, family, finances, personal trials, the list goes on. So, when things like an economic recession and a global pandemic hit, it doesn’t make things feel any easier. But as all of us know, we just […]

Staff Sunday: Beacon Program

May 24, 2020

WHEN WE DO GO BACK It’s rare to hear kids say they miss school, but for many students in the Beacon program, it took a global pandemic to transform this rarely heard confession into a deeply felt consensus. Often admitted to our Beacon’s staff, these kids have expressed they really miss school and in general, […]

Week 10 of Shelter in Place: The Perfect Time to Reflect

May 20, 2020

A Time For Reflection For many, grappling with what reality could be in the future is difficult to accept. This crisis has challenged us to redefine “normal” and has even revealed deep underlying issues, and more importantly, key strengths within ourselves and our society. As we move towards the future, we are forced to assess what is important to keep versus what we want to change –  a challenge that our Francisco Middle School Beacon […]

Staff Saturday: Elementary School Academy

April 22, 2020

ESA staff providing emergency childcare to a handful of kids Commuting to work has never been easy for anyone, including Elementary School Academy (ESA) staff. All of us remember the troublesome commute of going to SF from the East Bay—getting up really early to beat the morning traffic, opening up Waze to find which backroads […]

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