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Hello Summer!

Have a restful summer! See you soon Jaguars! 
School begins on August 20, 2018

2018–2019 SFUSD Academic Calendar

This Summer at APG

June 7 – August 17

Monday, August 13, 4–6pm

  • Afternoon at Park Chalet: Mingle with other APG families! Park Chalet is at 1000 Great Highway, across from Ocean Beach.

Wednesday, August 15, 9–11am

  • 6th grade student orientation: Pick up your class schedule, visit with your homeroom teacher, and say hello to new friends!

Friday, August 17, 9am–3pm

  • Help our teachers get ready for school: APG families, please come help teachers set up their classrooms
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AP Giannini Middle School
3151 Ortega Street
San Francisco, CA 94122

Main Office:

Counseling Office:
Attendance Counselor & Grade Level Counselors

Bell Schedule

First Bell 9:10
HR 9:15–9:25
Lunch 12:07–12:53
First Bell 9:45
HR 9:50–10:10
Lunch 12:18–1:07

*Late start for CPT (Common Planning Time)

A.P. Giannini Vision Statement - Our students will be critical thinkers, globally conscious, and lifelong learners. They will be successful practitioners of their chosen careers and life callings. They will be impactful members of their communities who have the tools to work for justice for all. -  graphic  APG Student - CHARACTER - Globally Conscious - Compassion - COMMUNITY - Social Justice - Collaboration- AUTHENTIC LEARNING - Student Centered - Growth Mindset

Common Sense School for the 2017-2018

Report Harassment  Contact your title IX officer

Non-Discrimination Policy

San Francisco Unified School District programs, activities, and practices shall be free from unlawful discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based on actual or perceived race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or gender expression; or on the basis of a person’s association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.
If you believe you have been subjected to discrimination, harassment, intimidation, or bullying, you should immediately contact the school site principal and/or Director of the Office of Equity (CCR Title 5 and Title IX Officer), Keasara (Kiki) Williams, at 415-355-7334 or A copy of SFUSD’s uniform complaint policy and SFUSD’s non-discrimination policy are available upon request.

2017 School Tours


Fridays, 9:45 – 11am
10/20 through 12/15
(except 11/10 & 11/24 due to holidays)
Meet in the school library.
No reservation needed.

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We Are A.P. Giannini

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Special Olympics Award For Our School!

Our School has been recognized as a Unified Champion School by Special Olympics Northern California and SFUSD Physical Education and Activity Department in the 2017-18 school year! This recognition means that our school has gone above and beyond to promote a campus of inclusion, acceptance, and respect for all!

Our school is being recognized for our involvement with the three tiers of Special Olympics programming: Unified Sports, Inclusive Youth Leadership, and Whole School Involvement.  Our students, special education staff and physical education teachers have made difference in bringing a more inclusive campus. 

A special THANK YOU to Nick Leung and Chris Cheng for your collaboration and work on this!! 

APG Track First Place Finishers

  • Girls 200 Meter Dash 85: Davi Goldman NEW CITY RECORD!
  • Boys 4x100 Meter Relay 95: Evan Huey, Ethan Levenson, Ronan Lee, Winson Yu
  • Boys 400 Meter Dash Unlimited: Toma Omi
  • Girls 400 Meter Dash Unlimited: Katja Jackson
  • Boys 400 Meter Dash 105: Noe Simons
  • Boys 200 Meter Dash 95: Ronan Lee
  • Boys 100 Meter Dash 95: Winson Yu
  • Girls Long Jump 105: Angela Moore
  • Boys Long Jump 85: John Eis
  • Boys High Jump Unlimited: Jonas Abrams

Congratulations to Tanya Cyster: SF International Film Festival featured her film "A Morning on the Farm"

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Middle School Redesign

The San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) Middle Grades Redesign Initiative engages educators, school leaders, students, families, central departments, and community partners to redesign the middle grades experience so that each and every student has access to world-class 21st century teaching and learning and equitable, personalized support throughout their school day, school year, and beyond in order to acquire the knowledge, skills, and dispositions of SFUSD's Graduate Profile.

This multi-year initiative is intended to:

    • Remove existing institutional barriers for all students to a universal set of learning opportunities, regardless of race, gender, language, or background, and
    • Provide the professional collaboration and development opportunities for teachers to reimagine and redesign teaching and learning across all subject areas so that students will accelerate and exercise choice in a rigorous, relevant, and interdisciplinary education that prepares them for high school, college, and career in the 21st century.

The Giannini Beacon Gazette

The Giannini Beacon Gazette

The online news site for A.P. Giannini is up for viewing. There are opinion pieces, quizzes, articles, and more all written by student staff from the Journalism Club. Check it regularly as there are new postings all the time. Enjoy!

Archived issues can be found on the Gazette archive page.

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Return ALL APG Books

Since it's nearing the end of the year, its time to return all the APG books: 

  • library books
  • classroom books
  • book room books

Look for books at home with a: 

  • library bar code
  • teacher's name
  • "APG" written on them

Please have your student return them to the library or their English teacher. If their English teacher is no longer at our school, they can return the books to room 206 and the books will be redistributed to classrooms for more students to read. Thank you!

at the Red Tile Area

Please come check for missing items!

Items that are not collected will be donated. 

Other items (i.e. keys, glasses) are located in the Main Office.

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Need help?

  • To request your activation code or make changes to the information in the My Account tab of your ParentVue/Family Portal (e.g., name, email, home address), please contact your student's grade level counselor:
  • For additional information, please contact the SFUSD representative at


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To donate by check,
mail a check payable to APG PTSA together with this donation form (or send the form to school with your child):
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San Francisco, CA 94122

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