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Posted by: David Pullin
Published: 6/20/13

We are very pleased to announce the winners of the Shell Essay Contest!



Alhambra High School

1st Place:  Noa Nabeshima

2nd Place:  Jessica McCauley

3rd Place:  Joshua Lipman


Martinez Junior High

1st Place:  Catalina Little

2nd Place:  Simarpreet Kaur

3rd Place:  Ryan McCauley



1st Place:  Chiara Ke  

2nd Place:  Caleb McCauley 

3rd Place:  Joseph Lipman



Winners and their families will be honored tonight at the Shell Clubhouse at also at the Martinez Unified School District Board Meeting on December 14.  


Congratulations to all the winners for their hard work, and to all the students who submitted their fantastic essays.  We also thank Shell for creating this amazing opportunity and making it available to our students.  



Attendance During the Holiday Season

Dear Parent/Guardian,


This school year is off to a great start. Students are coming to school each day, on time and ready to learn. Last month we at the MUSD sent home a letter regarding school attendance and the impact of absences and tardies on student achievement.

Each year absences spike in the weeks before and after both Thanksgiving and winter break as families squeeze in a few more vacation days. This holiday season, the best gift you can give your child is a good education, and the best place for that education is in school. We know that just a few days missed here and there, even if they’re excused absences, can add up to too much lost learning time and put your child behind in school. This is as true in kindergarten as it is in high school. We also know that attendance is a habit that children should learn early on if they’re going to succeed in school and eventually on the job.

We recognize that holidays are an important time for reconnecting with families far away. The costs of plane tickets often influence when you want to travel. But keep in mind the costs to your children’s education if they miss too much school – and the message you will be sending about the importance of attendance. Our teachers will be teaching and our students will be learning right up until vacation starts. Give your children the gift of an education and the habit of attendance.

In the event your child needs to miss five or more days at any time during the school year please contact the school’s Office Manager or Attendance Clerk to arrange for an official Independent Study Contract which provides your child with access to the work and assignments which will be covered during their absence and allows the school to refrain from marking them as truant.

Give your children the gift of an education and the habit of attendance.




Helen A Rossi
Director of Student Services &
Secondary Support

Teacher of the Year Wheeler Throws First Pitch

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Congratulations to Brian Wheeler, teacher of the year, for being invited to a recent A's game to throw the ceremonial first pitch.  For the complete video, click here.

Gold Ribbon Award

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Martinez Unified School District is very pleased to announce that Martinez Junior High School (MJHS) and Alhambra High School (AHS) have been selected as California Gold Ribbon Schools for 2015.  This award replaces the former California Distinguished Schools Program.  Out of all the schools in California, only 14% received this prestigious honor.  

Schools who applied for this award were required to highlight a model program.  MJHS applied using their exemplary four year professional development program to implement Common Core State Standards and Blended Learning.  AHS applied with the planning and professional development to support the successful launch of take-home Chromebooks for every student this year.

Both schools and their exemplary staff should be commended for their dedication, passion, and unwavering commitment to educating the students of Martinez Unified.  


Excellence is the result of caring more than others think is wise, risking more than others think is safe, dreaming more than others think is practical, and expecting more than others think is possible. (Anonymous)

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Shell Essay Contest Winners

We are very pleased to announce the winners of the Shell Essay Content!


Alhambra High School

1st Place: Noa Nabeshima

2nd Place: Jessica McCauley

3rd Place: Joshua Lipman


Martinez Junior High

1st Place: Catalina Little

2nd Place:  Simarpreet Kaur

3rd Place:  Ryan McCauley



1st Place:  Chiara Ke  

2nd Place:  Caleb McCauley  

3rd Place:  Joseph Lipman 



WInners will be honored tonight at the Shell Clubhouse, and at the Martinez Unified School District Board Meeting on December 14.    


Congratulations to all the winners for their hard work, and to Shell for sponsoring this contest for our students!

News and Events

Joint Meeting with City of Martinez
November 13, 2015 at 11:30am.  Click here for the Agenda.
New Law Regarding School Immunizations
Beginning in January 2016 parents will no longer be able to submit personal belief exemptions to required immunizations. For more information on the new law, click here.
For information on shots required for school entry, click here 


SBAC Information 

Information letter from Superintendent Rami Muth regarding the 2015 spring SBAC exams.  Click hereen español


Heartland Apps

Free and reduced lunch program online application Click here


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Food Service Price Increase

Elementary school lunch Increase Click here

Secondary school lunch increase Click here


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On an as needed, on-going basis, Martinez Unified School District in Martinez, California will be disposing of surplus personal property by public auction, eBay, sealed bid, or other appropriate method of disposal.

Surplus items may be sold at public auction on eBay through user baycitysurplus.  

Bay City Surplus may be reached via e-mail at: richard@richardcash.com or richard@baycitysurplus.com and by phone at 1-800-870-6006.

The disposal of surplus District personal property will be conducted in accordance with Education Code.


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