Summer Break

We wish you all a wonderful summer!

Upcoming event this summer
  • Kindergarten Summer Playdates
    • Saturday, June 23 at 11am: Mission Playground (Valencia Street)
    • Saturday, July 14 at 11am: Douglass Playground (26th Street)
  • Kindergarten Information Night, Thursday, August 16, 5pm – 6pm
  • Back-to-School Picnic, Saturday August 18, 1pm – 3pm

First day of school is August 20

Last Day of School

Wednesday June 6 is the last day of school. School ends at 12:40pm and YMCA after-care will end at 5pm.

Have a wonderful summer!

Civil Rights Assembly

May 24, 6:00pm, Cafeteria

Come together with the entire school community for our end-of-year assembly celebrating our students and our schools’ commitment to civil rights.  Get ready to be moved (or at least entertained) by our students’ wonderful class performances!

Staff Appreciation Week

Monday May 7 – Friday May 11

Week of May 7 is National Teacher Appreciation Week. We changed the name to include the whole amazing staff at HMCRA.

If you like to contribute, there’s still a few spots left to sign up to donate breakfast, lunch and treats to treat our wonderful HMCRA staff all next week. This is our chance to show our gratitude to everyone who does so much for our children every day of the school year!

Science Fair

Wednesday, May 9, 5:30-6:30pm

Next Wednesday, grades 3 through 5 will be displaying and present their science work in classrooms and hallways on the second floor. K through 2 participate with class displays. Come check it out!

Vote and Fund More Culinary Arts at HMCRA!

Harvey Milk’s culinary arts program is a finalist for a District 8 Participatory Budgeting grant of up to $25,000. The ballot is now live and will be open until midnight on May 1. We are one of three education projects on the ballot. You can vote for up to 10 projects across a range of categories (art, education, open space, public safety).

Participatory Budgeting is a democratic process that gives community members the opportunity to set budgeting priorities and make decisions on what community projects should be funded. District 8 residents will be able to help decide how best to spend $250,000 in total for neighborhood enhancements, beautification, safety, and other improvements.

Any resident of District 8 (Castro, Noe Valley, Diamond Heights, Glen Park, Corona Heights, Eureka Valley, Dolores Heights, Mission Dolores, Duboce Triangle, Buena Vista Park, and part of Twin Peaks) who is at least 16 years old can vote, regardless of citizenship. You must provide your first and last name, address, and birthdate in order to vote. Find out if you live in District 8 here.

Funds would go towards new equipment installation in the kitchen classroom (e.g. an oven and dishwasher, which would allow us to reach more students and families) and expanding our academic-day enrichment program to more grades for the 18-19 school year.


For more information about our culinary arts partnership, please visit The Breakfast Project, which currently offers a morning program three days a week for K-5 students with the YMCA, a weekly enrichment class for third-graders at Harvey Milk, and a monthly after-school cooking club.

Summer in the City Day Camp

Looking for summer fun in the city? Join our own Ms. Teshia and Coach Antoine foran action packed Day Camp. Summer in the City Day Camp offers a variety of Activities to engage children of all ages and interests, and provides a safe, fun and active environment in which children can develop new skills, self-esteem and friendships—all while exploring everything San Francisco has to offer.

Ms. Teshia writes “We pride ourselves on offering an action-packed, varied and exciting camp. Campers enjoy daily field trips to discover our beloved City of San Francisco.”

Field Trips vary from week to week and are designed to be age-appropriate. Activities during each session include things like Arts & Crafts, Group Games, Basketball, Movies, and Swimming.

Apply Online Today!

Welcome to Spring Carnival!

Saturday, April 21, 11am – 4pm


Bounce houses, food, music, jugglers, carnival games, prizes, photo booth, a Cake Walk, dunk tank, raffle, cotton candy, face painting and more!

Check out this years raffle prices here. The class that sells the most raffle tickets win a pizza party. Ms Antonae has more raffle tickets in the office.

Help to make this event fun and successful: We still need helping hands!

Sign up:
Planning event volunteer:

Day of event volunteering:

Donate Food: (Donated food should be delivered the Friday before Carnival to Room 208 (Teacher’s Lounge or early Saturday to the cafeteria):