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Miraloma Elementary School

School code number: 722
Grade level: K-5
Hours: 7:50 a.m. - 1:50 p.m.

175 Omar Way, San Francisco, CA, 94127
Neighborhood: West of Twin Peaks
Phone: 415-469-4734
Fax: 415-469-4069
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Principal: Noah Ingber

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Miraloma Elementary School is committed to meeting the academic, social, physical, and emotional needs of our students so that they will be successful, self-motivated learners and productive citizens. One of our core beliefs is that every child can learn. We also believe that happy children learn. We have high standards for every student. We value all children equally and the culture they bring to the school community. We extend ourselves to meet the needs of every individual.

Students at Miraloma acquire knowledge and skills through a rich and varied classroom curriculum. Their experiences in listening, speaking, reading, and other important academic skills enable them to work towards being informed, responsible, competent, successful, and thinking individuals within our society. Teachers use tools to support different learning styles, as well as rewards and incentives for positive behavior and achievement. Learning takes place in an environment of safety and mutual respect. We want our students to feel a sense of ownership and pride—in their classroom, in their school, and in themselves. The students will develop a sense of self-worth, understanding, and respect for individual differences, and a commitment to personal and social responsibility through their interaction with home, school, and community role models. We value strong relationships with students and their families, and use diverse means of communication with our families. A culture of service in our school is defined as a place where the school community, teachers, staff, and parents, are all involved to educate the students to be successful in achieving their life's ambitions.

This school feeds into:

James Denman Middle School

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None other than adherence to the SFUSD dress code

Afterschool programs

YMCA 1:50-6:15pm M-F
M.E.E.P. 1:50-6:30pm. M-F (fee based program),

Special Education Programs

  • Designated instructional services
  • Resource specialist program
  • Mild/moderate separate classes

Language Programs

English Plus Pathway

Student Support Programs

Reading intervention teacher for grades K-2, reading intervention teacher for grades 3-5, after-school tutoring

Arts and Enrichment

Chorus, dance & movement, ceramics, poetry, gardening, visual arts, and instrumental music

School Day Academic Enrichment

Differentiation in each classroom for each student