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Martinez Unified School District

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  • COVID-19 

    Visit our MUSD COVID-19 WEBSITE for CURRENT information about case rates, contact tracing, testing, and local vaccination clinics.  

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    PLEASE BE SURE TO FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS ON THE LINKED DOCUMENT ABOVE FOR MAKING AN APPOINTMENT!

     

    ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

    COVID-19 Flowchart for Parents

    Modified Quarantine - en español

    2021-2022 MUSD COVID-19 SAFETY PLAN

    COVID-19 MUSD Resource Page

    CDPH K-12 Schools Guidance 2021-22 Questions & Answers

    2020-21 Injury and Illness Program

    MUSD IIPP COVID Addendum 

    COVID Dashboard

    The Dashboard reflects cases of individuals who were presumed to be infectious while on a school campus.

    For more information on MUSD schools and our case rates. Please visit our COVID-19 Dashboard located below.

            MUSD COVID-19 Case Rate Dashboard

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    LCAP Committee Input needed

    Our first LCAP Meeting will be Wednesday, September 29th from 6:30-7:30 PM via Zoom. 

    If you are interested in being a part of the LCAP Executive Advisory Committee, please contact Dr. Julie Synyard at jsynyard@martinez.k12.ca.us. 

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    Board of education meetings

    All MUSD Board of Education Meetings are streamed live on the Martinez Meetings YouTube Channel.

    LCAP INFOrmation

     

    2021-2024 MUSD LCAP

    The Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) and the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) was approved at the June 28, 2021 board meeting.  The LCAP will be sent to the Contra Costa County Office of Education for approval.

    About Us

    The Martinez Unified School District operates as a Professional Learning Community that effectively uses data to inform instruction and is committed to providing an environment for 21st century teaching and learning. Together we will endure diverse paths to support all students to be college and career ready, equipped to compete and contribute in a global society.

    MUSD Schools

    MEIPP

    Las Juntas Elementary

    Alhambra High School

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    John Muir Elementary 

    Morello Park Elementary

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    Vicente Martinez and Briones

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    John Swett Elementary

    Martinez Junior High

    Martinez Adult Ed