The Bay Area Aztec Dance groups brought the ceremony for Cuatemoc, the youngest leader of the Mexica (indigenous people of Mexico) to JJSE. They fed everyone who attended and honored their commitment to the environment by refusing single use utensils and plates.Read More
Garden teacher Adriana selling salves and lipglosses made with bees wax and herbs from the school garden! Support these homemade products made and packaged by our students! You can purchase directly from the Garden class.Read More
The 3rd Annual Youth Summit was held at the June Jordan School for Equity on February 14th, 2019. The guests included Gordan Mar, Supervisor of District 4 and Asha Safai, Supervisor of District 11. Students, staff, and community organizations from a wide-range of schools in SFUSD participated.Read More
Check out this article with one of our students “Jacob Castillo” (his name was changed for privacy), featured in Junior Scholastic for a story around immigration issues. The group the students formed on campus after taking an immigration class is 415 Unidos For Freedom.Read More
June Jordan students facilitated a workshop at the Love is Resistance Youth Summit called "Para La Raza".
Youth got to battle (paint with), artists Nancy Pili of Trust Your Struggle and JOKER of ICP. Then students from La Raza Unida, lead a mural theme brainstorm and got to head outside to practice their can control.Read More
After 13 years in the June Jordan School for Equity community and 17 years as an educator, my family and I have made an important decision to follow a long-time dream to move abroad. This summer, we will be packing up and moving to the island-nation of Taiwan. This move is an exciting one but also brings about grief and sadness as June Jordan’s community has been a big part of my life for the past two decades.Read More
Over the last two years, 600 elementary to high school students from across the City came to June Jordan to discuss topics that are important to them.
The topics have ranged from police reform, to gender equality, to immigration reform.
We have had school board members, scholars, Former Mayor Ed Lee, and SFPD police chief, just to name of few of the participants.Read More
June Jordan’s very own student led group ‘415 Unidos For Freedom’, was in the news last month in support of a Daly City middle school student whose father was detained by ICE a week before Christmas.Read More