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MUSD, in partnership with our diverse communities, is dedicated to all students achieving their academic and personal potentials. We are committed to providing a safe environment where quality education establishes the foundation for life-long learning.
New Academy for First Responders
Neil Hafley School - TOP Fundraisers!!
Walk-Jog-A-Thon "Super Star Students"
enjoy a limousine Lunch and pose with the Superintendent!
The JROTC cadets at Lathrop High School had the opportunity to fly in a military aircraft. LTC Venjie Gose, teacher at LHS, assumed the leadership role to make this happen for his students. He has offered to work with the other high schools to create a similar experience for their cadets as well.
Sierra High School
Spring 2014 Lobo Gold Students
144 students all attained a 4.0 GPA or higher for the fall 2013 Semester
These students were honored at Sierra High School's academic Lobo Gold Rally on March 28th.
Manteca Unified School District Presents.....
"Best of the Best" 2014 Art Show & Sale
The Art Show will showcase the finest examples of art from each high school. There will be a first, second, and third place winner for each category. Free to the public.
Tuesday, April 29th, 4:00-7:00 p.m.
District Office - 1st Floor
MUSD Students and DJ Walker, KAT Country
Manteca Unified Student Trust (MUST) is proud to offer scholarships to graduating seniors in Manteca Unified School District. Scholarships are in the amount of $500 each. Although our goal is to award at least one scholarship to each of our high schools, alternative high schools, and adult school it is NOT guaranteed. Scholarships will be awarded based on the number of eligible applications received from each site and the discretion of the MUST Board of Directors.
Completed applications need to be hand delivered to MUST via the Superintendent's Office, Manteca Unified School District, by 4:00 pm on Friday, May 9, 2014
We look forward to the opportunity to help our graduates seek higher educational opportunities.
East Union High School’s Playbox Theatre Presents…
The Neil Simon Play Festival
The Playbox Ensemble at East Union High School announces its NEIL SIMON FESTIVAL, featuring Barefoot in the Park and both versions of The Odd Couple which run the first two weekends of April in the black box theatre.
Barefoot in the Park 4/3 at 6pm, 4/4 at 7pm
The Odd Couple (female) 4/5 at 2pm, 4/10 at 6pm, 4/12 at 7pm
The Odd Couple (male) 4/5 at 5pm, 4/11 at 7pm, 4/12 at 2pm
Purchase your tickets for the NEIL SIMON FESTIVAL at the East Union High School Box Office 45 minutes before each show. Advanced purchase is highly recommended as seating for the performances is limited to 60. Tickets are $ 8.00 for individual plays, or $ 7.00 each for multiple plays (must purchase tickets in advance in order to qualify for discount). Contact Annette Taser email@example.com
4th Annual Kicking for a Cure Scheduled for April 15th
MHS Girls Soccer Team will hold its Annual Kicking for a Cure girls soccer match, raffle and silent auction on Tuesday, April 15 at Guss Schmiedt Stadium at Manteca High.
In the past 3 years, the Kicking for a Cure game has raised just under $15,000. The first 2 years the money was donated to the American Cancer Society. Last year, the team decided to support a local cancer victim. This year all proceeds benefit Noah Valdez and family. Thirteen-year-old Noah is battling Ewing Sarcoma.
This year the soccer team is looking for help with the event to assist Noah during this challenging time. They are looking for donations of prizes for their raffle and silent auction. You may also make a monetary donation. For more information, see the flyer below or contact 209.608.0652, or send a donation to: MHS Athletic Boosters – Kicking for a Cure; c/o Manteca High School; 450 E. Yosemite Ave.; Manteca, Ca. 95336.
DREXTING! See...Driving and Texting Don't Mix!
April is Distracted Drivers Awareness Month. MHS students, in conjunction with Safety Center, Inc. and Allstate Insurance, are creating a month-long campaign to encourage students not to text and drive. Students will be asking students to take a pledge to create a "No Texting Chain" that will be on display at the school. Signs on and near campus will be posted warning against texting and driving, and a lunch time sidewalk chalk art activity has been planned. The students have asked for and received a proclamation from the Manteca Unified School Board, supporting Distracted Drivers Awareness Month, and are going to contact local politicians to ask for their support as well.
When asked why this campaign was important, MHS junior Mailee Danao said, "When people text and drive they not only endanger themselves, they endanger other people." It's time people think before they pick up their cell phones when they're driving. The life they save may be their own.
Manteca Unified FFA Chapters were able to participate in Capitol Ag Day in Sacramento where students were able to tour the capital and listen to speeches from assembly and Senate members, the Secretary of Agriculture, and Governor Brown.
MUSD Agriculture Pre-Show
Saturday, May 10th
9:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m.
MUSD School Farm
Pre-Show: Animal Exhibit Show
3rd Annual Nor Cal Serama Spectacular
3 Champions - 4 Reserve Champions - 1 Champion of Show
Planet Party Day 2014
PPD Day will take place on Thursday, May 1, 2014, 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., at the MUSD District Campus. Nearly 2,000 sixth grade student in MUSD will be participating. Students will visit an array of exhibits, dialogue with experts in each field of study, and expand the knowledge that they have gained during the year. This event will feature displays, demonstrations, and interactive exhibits highlighting: Clean Air, Conservation/Agriculture, Energy, Green Innovation, Water, and Recycling.
Exhibitors/Presenters ARE NEEDED!!
If you know a person or company that would like to help in teaching environmental stewardship, please ask them to partner with us today!
Mock CHP Exercises -- ROP Law Enforcement
The students in Joe Waller's ROP Careers in Law Enforcement classes took part in a high-risk felony stop training conducted by the local Highway Patrol. Students were able to experience what CHP officers go through in actual situations. All three ROP classes participated in the mock exercises at the MUSD complex which involved academy style workouts, apprehending suspects, and making arrests.
Manteca Bulletin Article
Sierra High School
Door Decorating Contest
BUFF TV - Episode 3
Manteca High School's Multi-Media class has been busy working on Episode 3 of "Buff TV". Check out the video which showcases topics on Anti-Bullying, Soccer Night, and Veteran's Day!
Student Writing Project
Armando Cervantes-Bastidas from the local Spanish newspaper, Periodico Hispano Times, has partnered with the high schools again this year on a student writing project. Each month, the newspaper will feature one of our high schools. ELD students will be given the opportunity to create articles and editorials on the topic of their choice. The Periodico Hispano Times has given the ELD students an outlet, a voice, and an education in journalism.
Weston Ranch JROTC
The WRHS JROTC Color Guard presented the colors at the RAIDERS GAME this past weekend! It was a great event for the cadets.
MUVA Culinary Students
The MUVA Café is now OPEN to the Public
Monday to Friday
7:30 a.m.-2:00 p.m
2271 W. Louise Ave., Manteca
PayPAMS Mobile App! Try it, you'll like it!
The PayPAMS Mobile App for parents is now available for Android smart phones and will be available soon for iPhone. This convenient app provides parents with options to make payments, view their students' meal account balances, cafeteria purchases, and the last 3 payments on account. They can also personalize the app by adding student pictures.
Parents can download the app from their Android smart phone by searching for "PayPAMS" in Google Play and logging in with the same user name and password as they do on www.PAYPAMS.com.
Something To Be Proud Of.........