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School Information

Marina Middle School
3500 Fillmore Street
San Francisco, CA 94123


Tel:  (415) 749-3495
Fax: (415) 921-7539 


School Hours: 

Mon, Tu, Th, Fri: 

9:10am - 3:25pm

Weds. 9:30am - 3:25pm



Ginny Daws

Assistant Principals:

Emily Leicham

Irving Leung

School Tours:

By appt. Tues. 9:30 
Tour Info HERE

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SFUSD High School Information

Visit our "8th Graders" page LINK for more information about the SFUSD High School process. Questions, speak with Mr Yee in the counseling office, email: YeeK@SFUSD.edu

PTSA Annual Fund

Please consider a donation to the PTSA Annual Fund 2017-2018. You can donate online HERE.

  • PTSA Supports:

  • Teacher Microgrant Program

  • Weekly Lunch Clubs

  • 2x/Week Homework Clinic

  • PTSA Meetings, Coffees

  • Teacher Appreciation Events

  • Graduation Celebration

...and much more


Notes from Principal Daws

Hello Everyone;

As we come to the close of the year, here  is a schedule for the following week and a half...

End of the year Schedule:

May 23 Advisory- 8th-grade Textbook turn-in day

May 24 Alcatraz Field Trip, All library and textbooks are now overdue

May 25: 8th-grade to Great America, 2nd-period- Student government speeches for next years’ officers

May 29 - 3rd Period, 8th-grade awards assembly

May 29: 8th-grade locker clean out

May 30: Advisory- Sports Awards Assembly, 5th-period- 6th-and 7th-grade awards, 7th-grade locker clean out

May 31: 6th-grade locker clean out, 1-3:30 8th-grade promotion practice

June 1: 8th-grade dinner dance 5:30-8

June 4: Promotion 10 a.m., seating begins at 9:15 (two tickets per family) with a reception following in the cafeteria at 11 a.m. Parking will be in the backyard. There will be no school for 8th-graders following the promotion.

June 5 and 6: School in session for 6th- and 7th-grade

June 7:  Happy Summer to everyone

2017-18 Promotion Information

Below please find all the information for the promotion ceremony on Monday, June 4th at Marina Middle School.

Promotion Ceremony

  • Seating begins at 9:15 a.m. Every family will have two tickets and the families who requested an extra ticket will be notified by Miss Leicham. As of this time, there are no additional tickets available, and we cannot go over seating capacity in the auditorium per the San Francisco Fire Department.
  • Promotion ceremony begins at 10:00 a.m.
  • Reception to follow in the cafeteria at 11:00 a.m.


  • Parking will be on the yard of Marina Middle School. Please be careful when driving into the yard as we will have security personnel guiding drivers, but students could be present.

Dress Code

  • The focus of the ceremony is the accomplishment and achievement of our students, NOT the degree of formal attire. Please do NOT go to great expense to buy clothing for the ceremony. A good rule of thumb is to encourage business-like/modest attire for students.
  • Girls: Dresses may be no shorter than mid-thigh and must NOT fall below the ankle. Dress pants/skirts or pantsuits are acceptable. Appropriate shoes (students will be walking across the stage- they should be able to walk comfortably in their shoes). ABSOLUTELY NO: Garments shorter than mid-thigh, Garments that are too revealing (i.e. low–cut necklines exposing cleavage, sheer garments, midriffs tops, backless tops, etc.), or hats.
  • Boys: Casual or dress slacks, dress shirts, ties are optional, casual leather or clean sports shoes. ABSOLUTELY NO “sagging,” tuxedos, tank tops, undershirts, or hats.

Important Information

  • 8th-graders do not return to school on June 5th or 6th. They are officially on summer break as of noon on Monday, June 4th.

Marina Carnival 2018

Marina Carnival 2018


The portables for Tule Elk are almost completed. The retrofit is going on daily in the cafeteria wing, in all rooms except Art, Band, Orchestra and the Cafeteria. These rooms will begin construction when school is out, June 6th. The window replacement project was started during Spring Break in the breezeway and will continue in the summer in the classrooms. As you can also see, we have no extra parking spaces, so drop-off and pick-up are taking place on Fillmore Street in front of the school, on Chestnut Street just before Fillmore Street, and on Bay Street in the back of the school. 

We begin our gym construction work on May 7 and it will continue through the summer in order that the gym will be ready in August. All the windows will be taken out and replaced and the locker rooms and outside stairs will become reconfigured in order to become ADA compliant. So PE will be taught outside from May 7 through the end of the year and students will not be required to wear uniforms. This will allow us to begin the year with the gym ready. The contractors and architect are working with the PE department to make this go as smoothly as possible. 

Our cafeteria (retrofit and remodel), auditorium (retrofit followed by installation of new sound panels after school opens) and fine arts building (retrofit and re-plastered) are in the process of construction and will go into full construction mode as soon as we get out June 6. The entire school will begin the window project beginning June 7th and will be finished by August.

Room 109 goes into window construction, re-plastering and painting during the summer and all of our new furniture will be delivered by August 5th. This will become an amazing maker space with a variety of furniture and spaces for learning along with Chromebooks and the ability to work with common screens. We are working with Steelcase designers and it is going to be amazing. This is all thanks to the Salesforce contribution to our school.


Marina Peace March, Feb. '18

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Summer 2018 - Power Scholars Academy

Power Scholars Academy (PSA) is focused on preventing summer learning loss and keeping your child engaged and learning during summer—all while having fun!

Click to download application in English, Spanish and Chinese.

Space is limited. Priority enrollment will go to students enrolled or enrolling in Marina Middle School for the 2018-19 school year and students who can attend all hours and weeks of PSA, June 11 - July 20, Monday-Friday 9:00 AM—3:00 PM

  • Free Breakfast and Lunch
  • Please note that this summer’s program takes place at Presidio Middle School, 450 30th Avenue, SF, CA 94121. Presidio Middle School is accessible by public transportation.
  • Marina’s PSA is provided at no cost to your family.

Learn more about the After School Program

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Learn more HERE

Welcome New 6th Graders!

New Marina 6th Grade families are invited to join the Parent Google Group. Please send an email to Marina@SFpta.org with "Add me to the Google Group" in the subject line OR use this Google Group LINK.


STEAM Night 2018

Marina Students Speak Out on March 14th