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Washington, D.C.

Interested in going to Washington DC? This annual trip is open to all 8th graders who meet the requirements and complete an application on time. See Mr. Uribe for more information. There is some ...more

Ashland, Oregon

The annual overnight trip to Ashland, Oregon will be April 19 - 21, 2018. The trip is open to 7th and 8th grades who meet the requirements and complete an application on time. Applications are now ...more

UFW & USDA

The annual overnight trip to California's central valley is open to 6th graders who meet the requirements and turn in an application on time. Keep an eye out for an informational meeting in early ...more

Field Trips

Cheers to Washington, D.C.!
Come support JLMS by visiting the great neighborhood saloon Elixir this Wednesday! All tips go towards scholarships for students traveling to Washington, D.C. in the spring and there will be JLMS teachers guest bartending to collect donations. Join a group heading over there after the PTSA meeting earlier that night at the school and make a night of it!
When: February 7th, 9pm-11pm
Where: Elixir, 3200 16th Street, SF
For more info, contact Mr. Eric Uribe (8th Grade Science Teacher and AVID Site Coordinator) at uribee@sfusd.edu.

JLMS @ the SF Opera

On November 16, 2017, Mr. Carames took 30 students to see "Manon" at the SF Opera, where they were privileged to meet tenor Michael Fabiano backstage before the performance.

SF PAL Fishing Trip (April & May 2017)

The SF Police Activities League's Fishing Program partners kids with police officers to teach them the skill of fishing and to have a healthy respect for their environment and the Bay.  Two groups of JLMS 6th graders woke up very early to be at the Fisherman Wharf's marina at 6am for the special opportunity to take chartered fishing trips with the program.    

6th Grade Science Class Field Trip to the Presidio and Rob Hill Campground (Feb. 2017)

Students learned about the balance between humans and their environment by hiking, examining plants and human-made structures, and learning the history of the military batteries on Ohlone land at the Presidio. 

The 6th Grade Ancient Art @ the Legion of Honor Field Trip (Jan. & Feb. 2017)

This field trip expanded students' understanding of the cultural climates that stimulated the growth of Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece, and Rome and the important role art played in the development and organization of these cultures, all of which are studied in 6th grade Social Studies.  The guided 6th Grade program at the Legion of Honor, "Past and Present: Building Museum Literacy," engaged students in the museum’s collections through a trio of hands-on activities: (1) Interpreting the Past, in which students as art curators used a cycle of inquiry to investigate ancient art objects; (2) Building Exhibits, in which students as art historians engaged in an exercise of collaborative exhibition development; and (3) Discovering Detail, in which students as artists practiced in-gallery sketching.

8th Grade Salesforce Field Trip (Oct. 2016)

The 8th grade Computer Science class attended Dreamforce at the Moscone Center in October.  Students participated in coding activities and saw prototypes of the future sponsored by Code.org. 

8th Grade Class Picnic (Oct. 2017)

The eighth grade class picnic was at Balboa Park in October.  It was a great outdoor team-building event with fun activities led by all the eighth grade teachers.

6th Grade Class Picnic (Sept. 2016)

The sixth grade class picnic was at Golden Gate Park the second week of school.  It was a great outdoor team-building event with fun activities led by all the sixth grade teachers.  

6th Grade Annual Trip to Central Valley (May 2016)

Our 6th graders had the opportunity to participate in the annual late-spring trip to the California Central Valley area to study more about the United Farm Worker movement and Cesar Chavez.

8th Grade Washington DC Trip, Spring 2016

Ashland Shakespeare Trip 2016

Our annual 7th and 8th graders will have the opportunity to travel to Ashland, Oregon to participate in a variety of events in March 18-20, 2016.  Watch for more details and forms on School Loop and in the office.

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Today: 2/19/18
1:00 PM No School - Presidents' Day Holiday

Field Trip Requirements

  • Students must have a completed permission slip signed by a parent/guardian and teacher(s).
  • Students must maintain good Bulldog expectations at school and on the field trip.
  • Students must pay fees if necessary or ask their teacher for assistance.
  • Students must stay with their teacher/chaperones on all field trips.
  • Parents/guardians are welcome to help chaperone field trips -- just ask us how!