Other Requests for Text Messages - SFBOE/SFUSD

twitter.com/journo_anon , Public Records Requester filed this request with the San Francisco Unified School District of San Francisco, CA.
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From: twitter.com/journo_anon , Public Records Requester

To Whom It May Concern:

Pursuant to the California Public Records Act, I hereby request the following records:

- Please produce any public records act requests made to SFUSD/SFBOE in the last 1.5 years for text messages.
- Please produce the responses you provided to those requests, including the responsive records.

Provide only those records available without fee.

Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. I look forward to receiving your response to this request within 10 calendar days, as the statute requires.

Sincerely,

twitter.com/journo_anon

From: San Francisco Unified School District

Good afternoon,

Please see the attached response to your public records request.

Lauren Thomas
Policy Analyst

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-----------PLEASE NOTE-------------
In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, all attorneys and staff in the Legal
Division are working remotely. There is also limited access to the
District Office. Therefore, we are not able to receive mail in a timely
manner. Please send all correspondence, pleadings, discovery or other
documents via email or voluminous materials through a document sharing
app. Thank you for your understanding and professional courtesy.

  • 20210902 CPRA response to MuckRock Text Message CPRA requests First Initial Letter

From: San Francisco Unified School District

Good afternoon,

Please see the attached response to your public records act request.

Lauren Thomas
Policy Analyst

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-----------PLEASE NOTE-------------
In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, all attorneys and staff in the Legal
Division are working remotely. There is also limited access to the
District Office. Therefore, we are not able to receive mail in a timely
manner. Please send all correspondence, pleadings, discovery or other
documents via email or voluminous materials through a document sharing
app. Thank you for your understanding and professional courtesy.

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From: twitter.com/journo_anon , Public Records Requester

Thank you - did you intend to send any of the actual responsive text messages here, or are they still upcoming? Or did I just miss them?

From: San Francisco Unified School District

Good afternoon,

Please see the attached response to your records request.

Lauren Thomas
Policy Analyst

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-----------PLEASE NOTE-------------
In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, all attorneys and staff in the Legal
Division are working remotely. There is also limited access to the
District Office. Therefore, we are not able to receive mail in a timely
manner. Please send all correspondence, pleadings, discovery or other
documents via email or voluminous materials through a document sharing
app. Thank you for your understanding and professional courtesy.

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From: twitter.com/journo_anon , Public Records Requester

Hello,

Thank you for the disclosures so far.
I've noticed that some of the letters to prior requesters have Google Drive or similar links.
They state I have to use a specific Google account to get access to those records.

I cannot be required to provide any such identifying information, nor can you require me to agree to Google's private end-user agreements like terms of service, since these constitute extra-statutory conditions on access to public records (prohibited by Santa Clara Co. vs First Amendment Coalition).

Please either directly email me all of the responsive records contained within those Google Drive or similar links, or provide me my own link that can be accessed without any login/identification requirements (i.e. completely open for public viewing, which is possible using Google Drive).

Thanks,

@journo_anon

From: San Francisco Unified School District

Good afternoon,

As I stated in my September 16 and 24, 2021 letter, I am continuing with my
search and review process, and will provide those to you on a rolling
basis. As I stated in my previous letters the District does not have a
database that allows us to readily identify CPRA requests based on subject
matter.

Lauren Thomas
Policy Analyst

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-----------PLEASE NOTE-------------
In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, all attorneys and staff in the Legal
Division are working remotely. There is also limited access to the
District Office. Therefore, we are not able to receive mail in a timely
manner. Please send all correspondence, pleadings, discovery or other
documents via email or voluminous materials through a document sharing
app. Thank you for your understanding and professional courtesy.

From: twitter.com/journo_anon , Public Records Requester

Thanks MuckRock is reminding you because no response was received to my last email of 9-27, which I've duplicated below:

Hello,

Thank you for the disclosures so far.
I've noticed that some of the letters to prior requesters have Google Drive or similar links.
They state I have to use a specific Google account to get access to those records.

I cannot be required to provide any such identifying information, nor can you require me to agree to Google's private end-user agreements like terms of service, since these constitute extra-statutory conditions on access to public records (prohibited by Santa Clara Co. vs First Amendment Coalition).

Please either directly email me all of the responsive records contained within those Google Drive or similar links, or provide me my own link that can be accessed without any login/identification requirements (i.e. completely open for public viewing, which is possible using Google Drive).

Thanks,

@journo_anon

From: San Francisco Unified School District

Good afternoon,

I am attaching my last letter to you and the documents if you didn't
receive it.

Lauren Thomas
Policy Analyst

--
-----------PLEASE NOTE-------------
In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, all attorneys and staff in the Legal
Division are working remotely. There is also limited access to the
District Office. Therefore, we are not able to receive mail in a timely
manner. Please send all correspondence, pleadings, discovery or other
documents via email or voluminous materials through a document sharing
app. Thank you for your understanding and professional courtesy.

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