Order of Operations
Post Date: 11/27/2018 1:27 PM
At Woodward Elementary, Ms. Melissa DeMatteo’s class of 5
thgrade surgeons undertook a busy day in the operating room. With several knee replacements and open-heart surgeries on the table, each surgeon had to successfully dissect text and complete the mathematical order of operations in order to save their patients! Well done, Doctors!
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Have you considered becoming a teacher🍎? Join MUSD and Stanislaus State for a teacher credentialing information session on Thursday, February 28, 2019 from 6:00-7:00pm to learn about credential program options, prerequisite requirements, application process, and financial aid incentives for future teachers.
If you already have a college degree it will take only one year to earn a teaching credential. If you are a current community college or University student, let us advise and support you as you complete your Bachelor’s degree and transition into a credential program. #proudtobemusd
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In honor of Presidents Day, there is no school on Monday, February 18th.
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Today's #BlackHistoryMonth hero is Frederick Douglass. Journalist, Civil Rights Activist during the anti-slavery movement, author, and the first African-American citizen to hold a high U.S. government rank. Mr. Douglass did not know his birthday, so he chose today, February 14 as his day. His words and actions continue to shape the ways we think about race, democracy, and the meaning of freedom.
"I am not only an American slave, but a man, and as such, am bound to use my powers for the welfare of the whole human brotherhood."
Douglass taught himself how to read and write and later, began his own anti-slavery newspaper.
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MUSD held their fourth annual MacGyver Night!
Administrators, teachers and staff came together in a friendly competition to build the strongest bridge they could out of a few straws and tape. After thirty minutes of intense engineering effort, the teams suspended their bridges for the ultimate weight test. A raffle for classroom STEM equipment was held after the event, and many participants took back with them something to get their students’ creativity going.
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“The National Institute for School Leadership (NISL) is the leading provider of school leadership development supports in the country. NISL partners with schools, districts and state departments of education to provide leaders with the knowledge, skills and tools necessary to design and lead high-performing systems. By preparing leaders to serve as strategic thinkers, instructional leaders and creators of a just, fair and caring culture, NISL strives to create education systems that provide students equitable opportunities for learning and meet the highest standards.” Our leaders are instrumental in the success of our staff and students. Throughout the school year they are immersed in critical professional development centered on achievement. #proudtobemusd National Institute for School Leadership
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We are excited to announce Mr. Troy Fast as the Principal for Weston Ranch High School! Mr. Fast is an outstanding leader with 13 years experience, the last 3 serving as Assistant Principal for Manteca High School. Meeting the expressed and unique needs of Weston Ranch, Mr. Fast has experience articulating student needs in elementary and high school within our District.
“We are incredibly focused on students achieving grade level standards, ensuring student safety in our schools, and continuing to support all students in their unique pathways to college and career,” stated Fast. “We will work together to create a climate that is student centered.”
Mr. Fast’s years of experience within Manteca Unified School District supports his belief that all students can and should be expected to be successful. His commitment, vision, and established track record will support a team approach to cultivating a positive environment for students and placing them first. #proudtobemusd
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