East Union Thought Exchange Results
Post Date: 02/07/2018 11:14 AM
This fall we invited our school communities to share their thoughts about what you like and where we can improve in terms of modernizing East Union High School's facilities. We then invited our community to review and prioritize the thoughts of others by placing stars next to the ideas that were most important to them. Our goal was to get a sense of shared values and priorities from our schools and community. Your feedback is vital to our strategic planning and our plans for the future. If you were one of the many people who participated, we thank you for taking the time to contribute your thoughts and priorities.
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MUSD takes school safety very seriously and always wants to alert the public regarding student safety. Did you know that we have a district web page where we update all safety alerts to the public?
http://www.mantecausd.net/alert to see any public alert from MUSD, have access to county resources, and read the MUSD Communications Procedures Reminder.
#Proudtobemusd Mar 17 No information for likes
The Third Annual H2O Hackathon, 14 teams from high schools in San Joaquin County competed today Saturday, March 17, at the SJCOE to see who has the right mix of creativity and coding skills to make the best app to help California solve some of its water problems. #H2OHackathonSJC
Teams from Lathrop High School, Manteca Unified School District:
• Spartan STEM Solutions
• Spartan Water Solutions
The challenge: Create an app to help your school reduce water consumption by 20% by 2020. You have 6 hours.
We can’t wait to hear how our team from Lathrop High finished. Mar 18 No information for likes
Attention Veritas, Woodward, Nile Garden, Lincoln families:
Our District is growing. Most immediately, in the area South of the 120 bypass in Manteca. Our Board has directed us to examine how adjusting student attendance boundaries could solve these challenges, maximize efficiency, and use our existing facilities. We recognize the important role that neighborhood schools play in building a strong community. We want to listen and have dialogue with the community before making a final recommendation for adjustments to our existing school boundaries. We invite you to join us for an Attendance Area Workshop on March 22 or April 11th.
Click the link below to register. We'll see you there!
Mar 15 No information for likes
How to Talk to Kids About Difficult Subjects: Compassionate conversations with kids in a world where even little kids learn about horrific subjects may be difficult to navigate. It's important for parents to put things in perspective, field questions, and search for answers together. #commonsensemedia Common Sense Media shares some approaches that work. #proudtobemusd
Mar 14 No information for likes
Today, students of Manteca Unified participated in several events/activities in memory of the 17 lives lost and in support of the survivors in the recent school shooting in Parkland, Florida.
Our staff and students maintained a caring and safe environment for all. Student voice matters and is powerful. #proudtobemusd #17actsofkindness
Mar 14 No information for likes
See a message from Superintendent Jason Messer introducing the MUSD Annual Report for 2017. The report captures a snapshot of the District Goals and the many ways we are Proud to be MUSD. #proudtobemusd
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