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

AHS Safe School Ambassadors

On Wednesday May 21, AHS Safe School Ambassadors visited MJHS.  The goal was two-fold: to continue the partnership between the Junior and Senior High Schools and help with 9th grade transition. 
The activity started with the Safe School Ambassadors parading through 8th grade classrooms in caps and gowns. This was followed by a gathering in the auditorium. This gathering began with a discussion of the 1:1 technology use plan for next year and transitioned into small group discussions led by the high school students. These discussions focused on providing tips on navigating high school, enabling 8th grade students to provide input into their specific needs as they transition to high school and laying out the multitude of ways to become involved in high school. We closed the activity by sharing a video that highlights student life on the Alhambra High School campus.
It was a great activity designed to put forth the goal of having 100% of the 8th grader students walking across the stage in four years receiving the Alhambra High School Diploma while at the same time providing support for achieving this goal. This activity served as a foundation that will be built upon during Freshmen Orientation on August 18 and 19.
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Congratulations Cyndi Reiley

CONGRATULATIONS Cyndi Reiley, kindergarten teacher at Las Juntas! She was awarded the Mason-McDuffie’s Education Foundation grant at the North Bay Teacher Recognition reception on May 16, 2014. Mason-McDuffie’s Education Foundation was founded in 1992 with the purpose of honoring public school teachers who are providing outstanding service to their students and the community. Each year they present these selected teachers with unrestricted cash grants to be used at the teacher’s discretion. The Foundation is primarily supported by donations from agents, taken from commissions on real estate transactions, but also by employees, and the general public. With this year’s grants they will have acknowledged more than 1,350 outstanding teachers with grants totaling more than $775,000 since 1992!Cyndi Reiley.jpg

Pictured from left to right: Barbara McNamer, Cyndi Reiley, Crystal Castaneda

VMHS Named Model School

Congratulations to the staff of Vicente Martinez High School, which was recently recognized as a Model Continuation High School.  Congratulations are also due to Carol Adams who was recognized as an Outstanding School Administrator.

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Pictured from Left to right are Corinne Christiansen, Rona Zollinger, Sabrina Emigh, Rami Muth, Jack O'Connell (former state Superintendent of Schools), Carol Adams, Emily Eaton, Paula Marchese-Caccamo and Dave Eliaser

AHS New Performing Arts Building Wing

The new wing of the AHS Performing Arts Building was officially opened on May 13 in a ribbon cutting ceremony that was attended by Board members and senior district officials, and included performances by AHS band members.PAB Ribbon Cutting.jpg

Pictured from left are Tom Doppe (Principal), John Fuller (School Board President), Gerard Wiener (Teacher), Julianne George (Teacher), Rami Muth (Superintendent) and Bobbi Horack (Board Member)

News and Events

LCAP Approved by Board on June 23, 2014

To view the LCAP document Click here.

Request for Information for Available Vacant Land or Existing Building to Accommodate School Site

Martinez Unified School District is requesting information on available land/buildings for potential purchase, within district properties.  For more information Click here.

Summer School Information Updated!  Click here to be redirected to the Summer School page. 

Food Service Management Company Proposal Requests 

Proposal's are Due by 9:00 a.m. on Thursday, June 5, 2014.  To download RFP #002 Click here

Solar Energy Savings

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

New: Local Control Accountability Plan Website

Your one stop resource for all Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) and Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) information is now available at http://martinez-ca.schoolloop.com/LCAP

SES Providers

If you are interested in serving as an SES provider for MUSD this year, you may access forms here:  SES Initial Letter, Intent to Provide Services Form, Agreement for Services

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