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Important Notice

Based on the guidance from local, state, and federal authorities in response to the COVID-19 virus, the Merced Union High School District Office will be closed through April 3. This closure and state of emergency could limit our ability to respond to e-mails as quickly as we would like and we appreciate your understanding during this difficult time.

MUHSD school nurses are working closely with Merced County Department of Public Health (MDPH) who are, in turn, working closely with the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and monitoring the situation. The group is also establishing protocols for schools in the event that Coronavirus does spread in Merced County. More information will be shared as this plan develops. In addition, situation updates can be found through the Centers for Disease Control. For resources, prevention tips, & information please visit the MUHSD Health Services webpage below.

MUHSD's health services Coronavirus information


Q & A with Superintendent Alan Peterson

In our first episode, Superintendent Alan Peterson takes time out of his busy schedule to fill everyone in on where we are in regards to the upcoming school closures and what the next steps are. He also answers your questions from social media.

Free Food! ¡Alimento Gratis!

School Closure Meal Program

Programa de Comidas Escolares Durante Cirerre de Escuelas

March 19, 2020 - April 9, 2020

19 de Marzo al 9 de Abril

  • Monday through Friday. Dates subject to change based on dates of school closure.
  • Lunes a Viernes. Fechas sujetas a cambios basado en as fechas que la escuela este cerrada.

Pass-Thru Locations at All Sites

Ubicaciones de recoger comida en todos los sitios escolares.

Breakfast 8:00 - 9:00 AM

Desayuno: 8:00 - 9:00 AM

Lunch: 12:00 - 1:00 PM

Almuerzo: 12:00 - 1:00 PM

Free Meals

For kids and teens (18 and under)

No enrollment Required, No Cost. The child must be present.

Almuerzos Gratis

Para todos niños y adolescents menores de 18 Años

For more information call: 209-325-2210

Para mas Informacion: 209-325-2210

Merced Union High School District is an equal opportunity provider.

Meal Site Locations

Atwater HS

Buhach Colony HS

East Campus

Golden Valley HS

2201 Fruitland Ave. Atwater

1800 Buhach Rd. Atwater

1900 G Street Merced

2121 E. Childs Ave. Merced

El Capitan HS

Livingston HS

Merced HS

100 Farmland Ave. Merced

1617 Main Street Livingston

205 W. Olive Ave. Merced

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Career Technical Education is a course of study that provides academic and technical knowledge and skills.


The LCAP is a three-year plan to address state and local priorities in an effort to improve student outcomes.

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Employment Opportunities

MUHSD is committed to recruiting and retaining highly-qualified staff.

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The enrichment lessons are online at: for students who live in an area with reliable Internet access.

For students who do not live in an area with reliable Internet access, the enrichment lessons are available upon request at each high school when meal service is being provided from 8-9AM and 12-1PM. Upon student request, a campus liaison can provide enrichment materials via flash drive for offline access. This brief video will demonstrate how to use a flash drive with a chromebook:

How to Use a Flash Drive with a Chromebook

Read more about Enrichment Lessons

Upon extensive deliberation regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic with our host campus, Livingston Middle School, and Livingston Union School District administration, the Young Women's Conference (YWC) Committee has come to the resolution to suspend the Eleventh Annual Young Women's Conference indefinitely. Albeit, we have determined this to be a fluid situation. In the coming weeks, we will coordinate with public health officials to identify appropriate protocol in addition to providing relevant information as it is made available to us. We are grateful for your understanding and for your patience as we collectively navigate through this unprecedented situation. We rest assure you that the YWC is committed to the safety and well-being of all parties involved in making our conference possible.

Read more about Young Women's Conference (YWC) Notice to Students