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  • Tracking Growth

    MUSD is a growing school district serving nearly 25,000 students. Manteca Unified used an annual demographic study to keep track of what community projects are in the approval process, future projects, and where in our community homes are being built. This allows the District to track not only which schools will be impacted by community growth, but which grade levels as well.

Attendance Area Workshop at Walter Woodward Elementary

  • In Manteca Unified, we recognize the important role that 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 existing attendance boundaries. Please find more information about the Attendance Area Workshop at Walter Woodward Elementary below.

    Click here to ask questions or share comments you may have.

  • Attendance Areas

    a location icon on top of a mapUse the interactive "Find Your School" tool to identify your students(s) designated school site.

    To alternate between Elementary and High School Boundaries click the "Boundaries" button in the top right hand corner and select "Elementary Schools & Boundaries" or "High Schools & Boundaries".

Map showing outlines of the MUSD elementary school boundaries

Boundaries FAQ

  • Why do we need to change boundaries?

  • What factors does the District consider when looking at possible boundary scenarios?

  • Are there any special circumstances under which a child can remain at their original school of attendance following the change of boundaries?

  • Who can I talk to if I have questions or concerns?

  • Where do I go to get more information?

  • Will there be transportation provided to those impacted?

  • Is there an exception to the Transportation guidelines?

BOUNDARY GRANDFATHERING PRACTICE FAQ

  • What is the “Grandfathering” practice?

  • Who does this practice affect?

  • How does this establish priority for these students?

  • Who is eligible?