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Interpretation Services Request

Martinez Unified School District celebrates the home languages of each of our students.  We recognize that families may need interpretation services in order to access services and communicate with school district personnel.  We can provide interpretation services when needed.  Please call Monifa Morgan (925-335-5966) should you require interpretation services.

Servicios de Intérprete

El Distrito escolar unificado de Martínez celebra la variedad de idiomas primarias de nuestros estudiantes.  Reconocemos que algunas familias puedan necesitar servicios de intérprete para tener acceso a los servicios y comunicarse con personal del distrito escolar. Podemos proveer servicios de intérprete cuando sea necesario.  Favor de comunicarse con Monifa Morgan (925-335-5966) si requiere servicios de intérprete.

Stop Bullying

To anonymously report a bullying incident CLICK HERE or call (925) 335-5888.  You can also send a text message to 925-727-DONT (925-727-3668).

Special Education

Authorization to Administer Medication

All student over-the-counter and prescription medications must be accompanied by the appropriate medication forms.  No medications will be accepted at your child's school without the proper documentation.  New forms must be submitted each school year.  All medications must be picked up by an authorized adult at the end of each school year.  Medications not picked up will be disposed of.  For student health forms Click Here!

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Message from the Superintendent

Dear MUSD Community, 

What a great start to the school year!  Welcome back to all our MUSD families, and to all our new students and families, we extend a warm embrace as part of our school district and our community.  

Please take of yourself and your children during this heat wave.  As you know temperatures are expected to reach their highest mark in over a decade.  We will be actively monitoring the air quality and temperatures and taking precautions as needed for students and staff.  We  moved all AHS athletic practices indoors yesterday and will do the same today.  In consultation with the North Coast Section and the school administration of our opponents, we will monitor the need to adjust the scheduled game times and athletic events. 

Our elementary schools and AHS are all on a previously-scheduled minimum day.  I have asked the administration across all our schools to monitor the temperatures and move outdoor activities inside when needed. 

On the first day of school I was able to visit every school in the District, and it was such a great experience to see the excitement, and in some cases a bit of nerves, for the students.  Each year brings a different set of expectations and challenges for our students, but it also offers new opportunities for growth and accomplishments.  During each of my site visits it was very evident how much dedication and compassion our educators and the support staff put toward making the first week a positive experience for all students.

Also present in each of our schools was a culture and foundational message of unity and acceptance.  It is generally not my place to discuss the political landscape of our county within this newsletter.  However, this past month, especially in light of events in Charlottesville, Virginia,  has highlighted many problems which are still present in our society.  As a father of two young children, I will continue to work diligently to create a world of greater peace where such acts of violence and hate are not present.  I am hopeful you will join our schools in supporting the work of establishing and maintaining environments in Martinez Unified where all students and staff are treated with respect and dignity.  Each of us must be a part of the solution. 

Together we can provide the right conditions to ensure safety for students and staff.  We can work together to allow for differing viewpoints and perspectives while not accepting any actions which infringe on the rights of others to feel safe and secure in their learning environment. 

Our hearts and thoughts go out to all those impacted by the tragic events in Houston related to Hurricane Harvey.  Amidst such devastation, we can continually see the courage of everyday people who are working to save their neighbors.  It can be challenging to explain such events to our youngest students.  In those cases I am reminded of a quote from Mr. Fred Rogers (although many of our kids are too young to understand the reference), "When I was a boy and I would see scary things in the news, my mother would say to me, "Look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping." 

On a happier note, we are very excited to see the students enjoying the new K Building at AHS, and I have heard great feedback from our student athletes about the new field too.  Recently our Board of Education has taken action to initiate the establishment of some sub-committee work to move forward with Measure R projects such as the reconstruction of John Muir Elementary, improving the girls locker room facilities for MJHS, and addressing the need for more classroom space at Morello Park.  While all three of these projects won't be happening at the same time, we will begin with the important steps of getting input from our stakeholders in each school community.  More information about this work will be shared in my October newsletter. 

Please join us for the Shell/MEF Run for Education on October 1st!  This is a wonderful event for the entire family, and it provides a tremendous amount of support for MEF which provided over $145,000 in grants last year directly to classrooms and schools in MUSD.  I hope to see you there! 


Sincerely, 

CJ Cammack, Superintendent 

 

New to Martinez Unified School District?

Need to enroll your elementary student in school?

 

All new TK-5th grade enrollment will be processed at the District Office Starting July 10th.

 

 Materials required for enrollment:

Online Registration Complete

3 Proofs of Residency

Current Vaccinations

Birth Certificate

 

**New enrollment for students in grades 6-12 will continue at the school sites**

News and Events

MUSD Meal Charge Policy 

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Cal Fresh- Free Groceries

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Free Bus Passes 

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2017-2018 Budget Reduction Plan

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2017-2018 Proposed Budget Reduction Plan

Click here to review worksheet

 

All In Healthcare for all Families

Click here for information about Medical and Covered California options

 

Master Facilities Plan

The Martinez Unified School District Master Facilities Plan is now available online:

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 

 

Heartland Apps

Free and reduced lunch program online application Click here

 

My School Bucks

MUSD's New online payment system is now available.  To create an account and add funds Click here

 

California Law Regarding Safe Storage of Firearms

 

AHS Building "K"

 

Public Notice

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.

 

Solar Energy Savings

See how much energy the Measure K solar projects have produced in real time! Click here