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District Overview

The Bayshore Elementary School District is a small school district located on the border of the northeastern corner of San Mateo County and the southeastern corner of San Francisco. The school district is located in the former city of Bayshore, which dis-incorporated and was later annexed to the city of Daly City.


The Bayshore Elementary School District currently serves approximately 380 students. In 2017, the district consolidated to provide one elementary school, The Bayshore School, which serves PK - 8 students. We serve a diverse student population comprised of 35% Hispanic, 28% Filipino, 18% Asian, 7% Black or African American, and 6% Native American or Pacific Islander. English Learners make up 19% of our student population, 13% of our students are students with disabilities, and 70% are socioeconomically disadvantaged. Unduplicated Foster Youth, EL, and low-income students make up 79% of our student population.


Engage. Educate. Empower.


The Bayshore Community – Growing engaged hearts, educated minds, and empowered visionaries.


The Bayshore School is committed to equity, excellence, creativity, and integrity in carrying out its work of providing educational and social services to students and families throughout the Bayshore Community.
The Bayshore School works to maintain a responsive organization that meets the needs of its students, its families, its educators, and its community.
The Bayshore School values the unique contributions and perspectives brought by students and families, school and district employees, the Board of Education, and the broader Bayshore Community.

History of Bayshore
Bayshore City Was Built For The Dogs


The LCAP goals are aligned with the overall needs and expectations of the district and existing plans. Due to close to 79% of our students qualifying as unduplicated Foster Youth, EL, and low-income students, all of our goals listed in this LCAP are intended to serve all Bayshore students with the exception of focused services for our English Learners.
The four (4) goals of the LCAP are:
  • Goal 1 (BG). School Connectedness has 13 Actions/Services and addresses Priorities: 3, 5, 6, and 8.
    • Provide a healthy and positive school culture where all students experience a supportive learning environment and opportunities that help them learn and thrive in a safe and engaging environment. 
  • Goal 2 (BG). Academics has 12 Actions/Services and addresses Priorities: 1, 2, 4, 5, 7, and 8.
    • Increase the academic achievement of all students while closing the opportunity and achievement gaps within our student groups.
  • Goal 3 (FG). Reading has 4 Actions/Services and addresses Priorities: 2, 4, and 8.
    • By 2024, 75% of our students will be reading at grade level as measured on F&P, iReady, and SBAC.
  • Goal 4 (MPG). Basic Services has 2 Actions/Services and addresses Priorities: 1 and 5.
    • Provide resources and a physical environment that promote meaningful teaching and learning.