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Francisco Middle School

Built in 1924, the school now consists of three buildings


Our main building houses 15 classrooms, administrative offices, a counseling center and an auditorium. Every classroom is banked by windows that provide natural light and temperature control. The second building, called the East Wing, houses 12 classrooms, two of which are our computer labs. One lab has 37 iMac computers, projector, a large format printer, color printer and scanners. The Windows lab is similarly equipped with a multi-function printer, 32 computers and projection system. Our LAN gives teachers and students access to our file server in every room. Cloud computing services like School Loop (schoolloop.com), Google Applications and a range of data bases are available in all labs and classrooms. Our library, also in the East Wing, has a media center with an iPad Cart and student computer kiosks. STEM funding provided two iPad carts for 6th grade science classes, along with training and support for the teachers. The Annex Building across the street houses our gymnasium, locker rooms, cafeteria, fitness lab, and music classes.  Five language arts and English language development classrooms are equipped with interactive white boards. One ELD class also makes use of a netbook cart.  The Beacon After School Program boasts an iMac lab on the first floor in the main building. The East Wing is now equipped with three science labs on the first floor.

The San Francisco Proposition A School Bond program began during the summer of 2011 and is now complete. The general obligation bonds were used for school building improvements. The last two year’s renovation of Francisco Middle School entailed modernization of facilities, accessibility upgrades, health and life safety, seismic upgrades, and infrastructure and maintenance improvements.

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