Martinez School District Calendar
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 Jessica Conkle (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 Jessica Conkle (925-335-5966) si requiere servicios de intérprete.
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).
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!
2017-2018 MUSD Transitional Kindergarten/Kindergarten Registration
Martinez Unified School District 2017-2018 TK/Kindergarten Registration dates and times:
February 7 - Las Juntas
February 8 - John Swett
February 9 - John Muir
February 10 - Morello Park
All TK & K Registration is from 9:00am to 1:00pm at the District Office, 921 Susana Street. Enrollment packets will be available starting January 9 and can be picked up at the District Office.
SHELL ESSAY CONTEST WINNERS!
Thank you to all students who participated in the Shell Essay Contest. It was a very difficult decision for the judges this year. Winners will be honored at a reception at the Shell Clubhouse on Tuesday night, as well as at the School Board Meeting on November 28. Congratulations to all our participants and all our winners for your hard work and your amazing essays!
1st Place ($2500) = Aaron Sullivan
2nd Place ($1000) = Dylan Gregory
3rd Place ($500) = Sam Millson
Junior High School
1st Place ($500) = Shauna Wiebalk (7th Grade)
2nd Place ($250) = Nivia Buttar (8th Grade)
3rd Place ($100) = Aylssa Yearick (7th Grade)
1st Place ($500) = Kayla Welch (5th Grade)
2nd Place ($250) = Chiara Ke (4th Grade)
3rd Place ($100) = Jaap Kaur (4th Grade)
14th Annual Shell/MEF Run for Education Raises $77,000 for Martinez Schools!
The 14th Annual Shell/MEF 5k/10k Run for Education on Oct. 2, 2016, brought in $77,000 for the Martinez Education Foundation (MEF) and drew more than 700 people who registered for the 5k or 10k runs.
Shell Martinez Refinery GM Tom Rizzo called the Sunday morning event a big success.
“Shell has a longstanding relationship with Martinez, and the Run for Education has become part of the foundation of that relationship,” Rizzo said. “Having a strong education system supported by the community is one of the many reasons Martinez is such a great place to live and work.”
“We had another fabulous turnout, with over 700 runners and walkers and over 100 high school and junior high volunteers,” said MEF board president Cheryl Vereschagin. “It shows the community spirit, and that our students recognize what the MEF contributes back to our school.”
Martinez Unified School District Superintendent CJ Cammack said the district appreciates the support.
John Hill of Pleasant Hill, a Shell Martinez Refinery senior engineer, came in first in the men’s 10k category, and Lori Ligouri of Concord came in first in the women’s category. Noa Nabeshima of Martinez won the men’s 5k competition, and Lisa Allan of Martinez won the women’s event.
The complete results are posted at http://www.fordtiming.us/results
Along with the student volunteers from Martinez Junior High School and Alhambra High School, dozens of Shell employees and community members volunteered to make the event a success. The Alhambra High marching band performed in the downtown plaza before the race started.
The Run began in 2003 with the goal of rallying the community in support of Martinez schools and promoting health and wellness. It is the hallmark community event of the Shell Martinez Refinery, which devotes staff time to organizing the event and matches contributions. This year’s Run was also supported by 42 corporate sponsors that donated money and gave in-kind contributions.
News and Events
Seeking Community LCAP Committee Reps by Feb 1!
Click Here for more information.
All In Healthcare for all Families
Click here for information about Medical and Covered California options
MEF Grant Applications are now open! Click here for more information
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
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
Vicente Community Meeting
Draft PEA Report
"Notice of Intent to Adopt"
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.
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