Making the Mark

Students Hungry to Learn About Local Agriculture

Every Fall, third graders hoof it to Manteca Unified’s district farm for an udderly awesome field trip!

AgVenture is a county-sponsored agriculture and nutrition education program brimming with interactive activities and engaging presentations designed to teach curious young minds about San Joaquins's top industry.

Students Get a Taste of Something New

Celebrating the Dedication of MUSD's Bus Operators

Beyond their duty of driving and providing a safe environment, MUSD bus drivers often go above and beyond to create a nurturing and supportive environment for students. 

Learn how they make MUSD's wheels go 'round before School Bus Safety Month ends!

Beyond the Wheels

Identifying and Breaking Down Barriers to Learning

Intervention Teacher, Amy Rosendin, is uniquely positioned to help students in a way that compliments the work of classroom teachers.

Learn more about how Ms. Rosendin builds relationships with students to help them succeed.

Supporting Students: The Role of an Intervention Teacher

News & Updates

East Union High School Unveils Renovated Dino Cunial Stadium

Excitement filled the air at East Union High School as students, staff, alumni, and more gathered for the unveiling of the newly renovated Dino Cunial Stadium. 

See More Photos Here!

WRHS' Graphic Design Students Highlight Peers in "Featured Artist" Video Series

Noah Trinh's monochromatic art has captured the attention of both students and staff!

Click below to learn more about this young artist's work.

Get Inspired

MUSD Celebrates Hispanic Heritage

During Hispanic Heritage Month, schools throughout MUSD recognized the contributions and influence of Hispanic Americans to the history, culture, and achievements of the United States. 

See How Schools Celebrated

On October 14, MUSD held its first district-wide multi-cultural event! Traditional Mexican dance performances were led by the talented students of French Camp Elementary along with performances from School Yard Rap, an organization that explores diverse cultures through the lens of history and hip-hop.

Check out Soy Asombros

Board Meeting Spotlight

On Thursday, October 5th, the Board of Education met for their monthly public hearing. Learn about some note-worthy updates below!

To recognize and appreciate the contributions of all veterans and their families, MUSD encourages schools to participate in activities to honor the dedication and sacrifices of our country’s veterans during the week of Veterans Day (November 11).

View the resolution here.

MUSD authorized the disbursement of Student Body Account scholarships over $200! These funds are managed through school site accounts and will be awarded to students.

MUSD approved a revised Expanded Learning Opportunity Program (ELOP) Plan! Highlights include:

A coalition called the Expanded Learning Opportunities Guiding Coalition includes community partners, and district and site administration that help make ELOP plans. 

Social-Emotional-Learning curriculum and programs will be used to support participating students in Expanded Learning programs. 

MUSD will provide facilities to meet the ELOP growth need at several school sites across the district as well as improve existing facilities to accommodate program growth and capacity.

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Mark Your Calendars

National Native American Heritage Month


Every November, Native American Heritage Month is celebrated to honor Native Americans, who have greatly contributed to the character of the United States. This commemorative period, declared as a federal month of recognition by George H.W. Bush in 1990, aims to provide a platform for Native people in the United States of America to share their culture, traditions, music, crafts, dance, and ways and concepts of life. 

Here are some ways to observe!

Learn about Native Americans: Native American Heritage Month is an excellent opportunity to learn more about the history of native people and cultures. You can use this month to encourage your children or family to read new books or listen to stories about the country’s past and how Native Americans have helped shape the United States.

Search "Native Americans" on MUSD's free, digital library to explore multiple titles.

Visit museums: You can take your family to a museum or virtually visit it to show them artifacts and exhibits of Native American art, customs, and culture. The State Indian Museum, located in Sacramento, is an excellent resource for depicting early Native American life in the region and illustrating how Native culture was powerfully impacted and forever changed when settlers arrived. Visit their website for details and information.

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California Sikh Awareness & Appreciation Month


November is California Sikh American Awareness and Appreciation Month! This month-long observance, recognized by the State of California and the Department of Education, celebrates the many contributions of Sikh Americans to California's history, culture, and prosperity.

Check out these resources below:

Learn about Sikhs in the United States
"Who are the Sikhs?" Infographic

Veterans Day

November 11 | No School November 10

November 11 is Veterans Day. Originally known as Armistice Day, this date was chosen in honor of the “eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month" of 1918 which signaled the end of World War I. Veterans Day honors the service of all U.S. military veterans.

To the Veterans and active duty members of the military in MUSD, thank you for your service to the country and to students.

Thanksgiving Break

No School November 23-24

November Family Calendars

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Dr. Clark Burke, Superintendent

Roger Goatcher, Deputy Superintendent

MUSD School Board

President Marie Freitas, Area 4

Vice President Melanie Greene, Area 3

Board Clerk Stephen J. Schluer, Area 6

Cathy Pope-Gotschall, Area 5

Eric Duncan, Area 1

Kathy Howe, Area 2

Marisella C. Guerrero, Area 7

Our Vision

Every student works to achieve grade level standards, feels safe and is supported to realize individual success.

Our Mission

Through smart actions and decisions, MUSD will work together using meaningful, measurable and aligned data for all students to achieve mastery of grade level standards in all subjects based on their unique educational pathway in a safe environment inclusive of design, security and climate.