We have a rich tradition of delivering a strong academic curriculum to our diverse student population. We involve our students in meaningful school experiences that promote the joy of learning while addressing students' individual needs.
School Loop Guide
We encourage all parent/guardians to have their own School Loop account. Each student will have their students account as well.
School Instructional Hours
Welcome to the 2016-17 School Year "Tour Season!" At James Lick, we conduct school tours every Monday, beginning the first week in November and conclude in January before the first round of applications are due. We welcome you and your child to participate. Meet in the office area by 9am as the tours begin shortly after that hour. You can expect to be on the tour for about one hour. No appointment is needed, simply show up and be prepared to participate. We encourage you to have your questions ready as the final part of the tour is a Q&A session with the principal. We look forward to seeing you here!
Breakfast 8:00 – 8:25
8th Grade Regular Day
6th/7th Grade Regular Day
Late Start Wednesday Schedule
Students will eat in the cafeteria during meal periods. Students may either bring their meal from home or purchase lunch (or free for free and reduced student qualifiers). Microwaves are available ...more
Congrats Ms. Corda, our very own Teacher of the Year!
Congrats to Joe S. for his spelling prowess!
The competition was broadcast live on Saturday, March 19 on KBCW-TV and a recording is available online. Watch Joe in the first round by clicking on the image to the right, selecting the Round 1 video, and forwarding to the 27:50 point.
Joe made it through 7 rounds, which is a huge accomplishment. Great job, Joe!
JLMS 2016 Science Fair
We want to thank our neighbors and school community for your patience as we undergo the major renovations to our school this year. Please click on the attached document for a detailed update on the progress of our project.
New School Text Line is Here! Sign up Today!
Want to stay informed about all of the top happenings at James Lick Middle School? Sign up for our new School Text Line. It's quick and easy to do. Simply text @JLMS to 818-732-4732! Once signed up, you can instantly receive updates, news, and/or alerts from the school via text message. Refer to the attached instructions in the "news" section of this page for more details.
Nueva Linea de Texto ha Llegado! Enscribase Hoy!
The safety of our community is very important. Please drop off and pick up your child in front of the school on Noe Street in the white zone or on 25th Street near the yard gate. Drop off on ...more
Calendar of Events
The SFUSD VAPA Summer Arts Program will take place June 8 to July 7 at two middle school campuses: Willie L. Brown, Jr., Middle School and Everett Middle School.
The classes offered will include:
Willie Brown, Jr. will offer beginning instrumental music, and instruments will be provided. Students with experience and those with their own instruments are welcome at both campuses.
All current SFUSD 5th-, 6th- and 7th-grade students interested in the arts are eligible to apply. Students will receive audition and portfolio information for the Ruth Asawa School of the Arts as part of the program.
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Support our school and PTSA when shopping at Amazon.com. Simply click on this link to be directed to the Amazon website. Amazon will donate a portion of your purchase to our school! It's that easy!
Our Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA) helps organize and support our staff and students, build community, and raise the money to make it all happen—and we need YOUR help to succeed. Please let us know how you'll help!
All students and parents should use the crosswalks when crossing the street. Be aware of traffic around the school. Students should be dropped off at the white zone on Noe Street. There are crossing guards at Clipper and Noe as well as Castro and 25th Street. Cars parked in the white zone on Noe Street will be ticketed by SF DPT as this is a drop off only zone.
Tip: there is less traffic around the school at 8:15 am vs 8:25 am.
Always Clean Up After Yourself
BE AN ALLY
Use Respectful Language to Solve Problems