Each year SEF sponsors annual activities within the community to raise funds and awareness in support of all 8 schools in the SGUSD. Contact the SEF office at 626-451-5465, for information on any of these events.
Join us on February 24th, for this fun, casual event. Featuring live music .
It’s the best entertainment value in town!
SEF invites you to our 4th Annual Community Builder KID-A-Palooza being held on Friday, October 7th at Jefferson Middle School from 6:00pm–9:00pm. The SEF Board of Directors are busy preparing for an evening in celebration of our students and their families.
We will have food, lots of fun games and activities, food from Chano’s Mexican Restaurant and Paradise Dessert truck, music and more. You can also bring your own dinner and eat under the stars while enjoying the activites. The Jefferson Middle School Music Department is sponsoring Karaoke fun in the gym. Come and sing the night away!
Last year, over 300 attendees enjoyed an evening out on the middle school campus, and we are looking forward to another successful evening. Please calendar this special event as we come together as a community to welcome back our students and their families, and introduce our new families to our incredibly dynamic academic community.
SEF After School
Our annual fundraising gala, SEF-A-Palooza is held each Spring and will be on April 29, 2017. Parents, teachers, administrators and community members gather for an evening that includes a silent auction, spirited live auction, fine food and beverages, music and dancing. This is an exciting community event in celebration of San Gabriel and our 8 great SGUSD schools.
With donations of $50.00 or more, the new SEF yard sign is available for you to place in yard. Receive acknowledgement for your donation and encourage others to donate by proudly displaying your SEF Supporter yard sign throughout the year. Contact the SEF office for questions or to donate and pick up a sign.
We offer enrichment classes for all K–8th grade students, and get-ahead/credit classes for our 9th–12th high school students. Look for more information in April, 2017.