MATP Commencement and Celebration
Post Date: 05/18/2017 1:33 PM Manteca Adult Transition Program (MATP)
Class of 2017 Commencement and Celebration
We are so proud of all of you and the accomplishments you have each achieved while attending the Manteca Adult Transition Program. We know the each of you have dreams for your future, We know that each of you have dreams for your future, and we are so happy to see you leaving school and pursue those dreams. We wish you all nothing but success!
-Adult Transition Staff
This year's graduates include:
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"Amazing!" Lathrop High School student local hero! Real skills in the classroom = powerful impact #proudtobemusd
These transitional kindergarteners from McParland are having too much fun constructing their bridges in Ms. Buccieri's class! #STEMactivities #proudtobemusd
Join us for a Community Roundtable at East Union High School to learn and discuss our Master Facilities Plan. What modern updates are most important to you? We'll see you at the Roundtable! #proudtobemusd #LancersLead
Click the link below to register:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/shape-the-future-of-euhs-tickets-37770039204 Sep 12
Leaders in the Making!
Young women from our high schools participated in the University of the Pacific Advancing Women's Leadership Forum with Opening Speaker Jade Simmons concert pianist, author and Speaker Janet Lamkin, President Bank of America , and California Keynote Speaker Sheryl Sandberg C.O.O. Facebook
"This forum brings together renowned diverse leaders to inspire young women to make a lasting, positive, powerful impact in the communities where they live and work."
Leadership begins now. Lead to Inspire. Inspire to Lead. #proudtobemusd
Patriot Day - 9/11
Remembrance of September 11, 2001
Patriot Day is observed on September 11th in memory of the 2,993 people who lost their lives in the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States. On that day, two hijacked airplances crashed into the twin towers of the World Trade Center in NYC. A third hijacked aircraft crashed into the Pentagon near Washington, DC. It is believed that a fourth airplane was to crash into the White House, however, passengers aboard that plane tried to take control over the hijackers to prevent the attack. The plane ended up crashing in Pennsylvania. Innocent people lost their lives during this tragedy - many of them through heroic efforts trying to help others.
Most Americans refer to this day as 9/11 or September 11th. On December 18, 2001, President George W. Bush signed into law this discretionary day of remembrance. The American flag should be flown at half-staff at home and at all U.S. government buildings.
Most Americans observe a moment of silence beginning at 8:46am EST - the time of the first plane crash in a tower on September 11, 2001.
Further resources for discussion may be found here:
Please join us in remembering. #neverforget View More »