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The Merced Union High School District will involve all stakeholders to ensure the overall success of all aspects of the district. Each school site hosts a variety of ways to become involved in the life of the school, such as School Site Council (SSC), English Language Advisory Committee (ELAC), Parent Resource Nights, Classified Advisory Council (CAC), and Principal's Advisory Council (PAC).

Below are some quick links to frequently accessed information. There is also a link to access help in utilizing Aeries.


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MUHSD Schools

Atwater High School
Link: Atwater High School
Buhach Colony High School
Link: Buhach Colony High School
El Capitan High School
Link: El Capitan High School
Golden Valley High School
Link: Golden Valley High School
Livingston High School
Link: Livingston High School
Merced High School
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Alternative Ed. Sites
Independence, Merced Adult, Sequoia, and Yosemite High Schools

Yosemite High School
Independence High School
Sequoia High School
Merced Adult School




Nutrition Services

School Registrars

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Leticia Valenzuela
Registrar
lvalenzuela@muhsd.org
209-325-1241


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Alma Cervantes
Registrar
acervantes@muhsd.org
209-325-1841

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Elizabeth Almanzar-Wilson
Registrar
ealmanzarwilson@muhsd.org
209-325-1441

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Maria Velasco
Registrar
mvelasco@muhsd.org
209-398-3241

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Rebecca Pascal
Registrar
rpascal@muhsd.org
209-384-5528

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Michelle McCuen
Registrar
mmccuen@muhsd.org
209-325-2841

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Stacey Hughes
Registrar
shughes@muhsd.org
209-325-1041

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MaryAnn Jones
Registrar
majones@muhsd.org
209-325-1702

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Stacy Mora Bautista
Registrar
smbautista@muhsd.org
209-325-1601

Enrolling Your Student

Parents and guardians are encouraged to enroll their students as soon as they know they will be attending a school in MUHSD. It is advised that they call the school ahead of time to verify hours or make an appointment.

Please be prepared to provide proof of address and any previous school information you may have. In order to speed up the process, you may wish to print out and complete the registration forms before coming in.

Student Registration Forms

Intra-district Transfer Board Policy- Spanish
Intra-district Transfer Request- Spanish
Inter-district Transfer Request- Spanish

Enrollment Cover Sheet (English)
Enrollment Cover Sheet (Spanish)
Enrollment Cover Sheet (Hmong)

MUHSD Data Form (English)
MUHSD Data Form (Spanish)
MUHSD Data Form (Hmong)

MUHSD Enrollment Form (English)
MUHSD Enrollment Form (Spanish)
MUHSD Enrollment Form (Hmong)

Frequently Called Numbers (attendance, sbo, etc)

Click on the + sign next to a school site

Atwater High School Contact Information

Office/DepartmentPhone NumberEmail Address
Main Office
Direct Line
209-325-1200
209-325-1201
tpsilva@muhsd.org

Activities Director209-325-1266nbraga@muhsd.org
Athletic Director209-325-1265swine@muhsd.org
Attendance209-325-1220arogers@muhsd.org
Bookkeeper209-325-1264lgamble@muhsd.org
Cafeteria209-325-1291jgracia@muhsd.org
Counseling209-325-1224mhernandez2@muhsd.org
Library/Technology209-325-1249tharding@muhsd.org
Nurse209-325-1255jjenkins@muhsd.org
Student Body Office209-325-1263tcalderon@muhsd.org
School Resource Officer209-325-1245bmartin@muhsd.org
Special Education Office209-325-1282czamarripa@muhsd.org
Transcripts/Registrar209-325-1241lvalenzuela@muhsd.org
Transportation209-325-2352sford@muhsd.org
District Office209-325-2000jmalone@muhsd.org

Buhach Colony High School Contact Information

Office/DepartmentPhone NumberEmail Address
Main Office209-325-1400efranklin@muhsd.org
Activities Director209-325-1466kzamarripa@muhsd.org
Athletic Director209-325-1465rcometta@muhsd.org
Attendance209-325-1418jalvarez@muhsd.org
Bookkeeper209-325-1464jmarx@muhsd.org
Cafeteria209-325-1491mross@muhsd.org
Counseling209-325-1425vdelrincon@muhsd.org
Library/Technology209-325-1449jcook@muhsd.org
Nurse209-325-1454vkabao@muhsd.org
Student Body Office209-325-1463beruiz@muhsd.org
School Resource Officer209-325-1445jmeraz@muhsd.org
Special Education Office209-325-1482afarr@muhsd.org
Transcripts/Registrar209-325-1441ealmanzarwilson@muhsd.org
Transportation209-325-2352sford@muhsd.org
District Office209-325-2000jmalone@muhsd.org

El Capitan High School Contact Information

Office/DepartmentPhone NumberEmail Address
Main Office209-384-5500magranado@muhsd.org
Activities Director209-384-5563dprice@muhsd.org
Athletic Director209-384-5510lsouza@muhsd.org
Attendance209-384-5520mdiaz@muhsd.org
Bookkeeper209-384-5637pboesch@muhsd.org
Cafeteria209-384-5591dcota@muhsd.org
Counseling209-384-5505agonzalez@muhsd.org
Library/Technology209-384-5549tdoyle@muhsd.org
Nurse209-384-5554ktovar@muhsd.org
Student Body Office209-384-5590jssmith@muhsd.org
School Resource Officer209-384-5545tmartinez@muhsd.org
Special Education Office209-384-5555cnichols@muhsd.org
Transcripts/Registrar209-384-5528rpascal@muhsd.org
Transportation209-325-2352sford@muhsd.org
District Office209-325-2000jmalone@muhsd.org

Golden Valley High School Contact Information

Office/DepartmentPhone NumberEmail Address
Main Office209-325-1800dbandoni@muhsd.org
Activities Director209-325-1866lfragulia@muhsd.org
Athletic Director209-325-1865mthisssen@muhsd.org
Attendance209-325-1818mgalarza@muhsd.org
Bookkeeper209-325-1864vcolomer@muhsd.org
Cafeteria209-325-1891alopez@muhsd.org
Counseling209-325-1824cvillareal@muhsd.org
Library/Technology209-325-1849gvhslibrary@muhsd.org
Nurse209-325-1854tsimmons@muhsd.org
Student Body Office209-325-1863nnavarro@muhsd.org
School Resource Officer209-325-1845krieg@muhsd.org
Special Education Office209-325-1882mvue@muhsd.org
Transcripts/Registrar209-325-1841acervantes@muhsd.org
Transportation209-325-2352sford@muhsd.org
District Office209-325-2000jmalone@muhsd.org

Independence High School Contact Information

Office/DepartmentPhone NumberEmail Address
Main Office209-325-1601smora@muhsd.org
Attendance209-325-1694

xbautista@muhsd.org

Bookkeeper209-325-1664rnord@muhsd.org
Cafeteria209-325-1691srowan@muhsd.org
Counseling209-325-1626kher@muhsd.org
Library (GAP)209-325-1649jreinero@muhsd.org
Nurse209-325-1655mpulido@muhsd.org
Student Body Office209-325-1664rnord@muhsd.org
School Resource Officer209-325-1645bdalia@muhsd.org
Special Education - Teacher209-325-2538bfrench@muhsd.org
Transcripts/Registrar209-325-1641smbautista@muhsd.org
Transportation209-325-2352sford@muhsd.org
District Office209-325-2000jmalone@muhsd.org

Livingston High School Contact Information

Office/DepartmentPhone NumberEmail Address
Main Office209-398-3200maguilar2@muhsd.org
Activities Director209-398-3266lgonzalez@muhsd.org
Athletic Director209-398-3265swinton@muhsd.org
Attendance209-398-3218ledwards@muhsd.org
Bookkeeper209-398-3264grodriguez@muhsd.org
Cafeteria209-398-3264fcuadros@muhsd.org
Counseling209-398-3226kcreighton@muhsd.org
Library/Technology209-398-3246jedwards@muhsd.org
Nurse209-398-3255churtado@muhsd.org
Student Body Office209-398-3263monate@muhsd.org
School Resource Officer209-398-3245zbaldevia@muhsd.org
Special Education Office209-398-3282jriley@muhsd.org
Transcripts/Registrar209-398-3241mvelasco@muhsd.org
Transportation209-325-2352sford@muhsd.org
District Office209-325-2000jmalone@muhsd.org

Merced Adult School Contact Information

Office/DepartmentPhone NumberEmail Address
Main Office209-325-2800tdawson@muhsd.org
Attendance209-325-2840kikoehn@muhsd.org
Counseling209-325-2809mpalacios@muhsd.org
Transcripts/Registrar209-325-2841mmccuen@muhsd.org
District Office209-325-2000jmalone@muhsd.org

Merced High School Contact Information

Office/DepartmentPhone NumberEmail Address
Main Office209-325-1000lbartlett@muhsd.org
Activities Director209-325-1066harreolatovar@muhsd.org
Athletics Director209-325-1065phogue@muhsd.org
Attendance209-325-1018gyoung@muhsd.org
Bookkeeper209-325-1064tabarca@muhsd.org
Cafeteria209-325-1091therrera@muhsd.org
Counseling209-325-1024dbailey@muhsd.org
Library/Technology209-325-1049cbrewer@muhsd.org
Nurse209-325-1055tyang@muhsd.org
Student Body Office209-325-1063cnicholson@muhsd.org
School Resource Officer209-325-1045rking@muhsd.org
Special Education Office209-325-1082jrubio@muhsd.org
Transcripts/Registrar209-325-1041hhasenpflug@muhsd.org
Transportation209-325-2352sford@muhsd.org
District Office209-325-2000jmalone@muhsd.org

Sequoia High School Contact Information

Office/DepartmentPhone NumberEmail Address
Main Office209-325-1700majones@muhsd.org
Attendance209-325-1701jperez@muhsd.org
Bookkeeper209-325-1664rnord@muhsd.org
Cafeteria209-325-1691srowan@muhsd.org
Counseling209-325-1726zabell@muhsd.org
Library (GAP)209-325-1649jreinero@muhsd.org
Nurse209-325-1655mpulido@muhsd.org
Student Body Office209-325-1702majones@muhsd.org
School Resource Officer209-325-1645bdalia@muhsd.org
Special Education - Teacher209-325-2543kmesa@muhsd.org
Transcripts/Registrar209-325-1702majones@muhsd.org
Transportation209-325-2352sford@muhsd.org
District Office209-325-2000jmalone@muhsd.org

Yosemite High School Contact Information

Office/DepartmentPhone NumberEmail Address
Main Office209-325-1601smora@muhsd.org
Attendance209-325-1618

cmorin@muhsd.org

Bookkeeper209-325-1664rnord@muhsd.org
Cafeteria209-325-1691srowan@muhsd.org
Counseling209-325-1626kher@muhsd.org
Library (GAP)209-325-1649jreinero@muhsd.org
Nurse209-325-1655mpulido@muhsd.org
Student Body Office209-325-1664rnord@muhsd.org
School Resource Officer209-325-1645bdalia@muhsd.org
Special Education - Teacher209-325-2538bfrench@muhsd.org
Transcripts/Registrar209-325-1641smbautista@muhsd.org
Transportation209-325-2352sford@muhsd.org
District Office209-325-2000jmalone@muhsd.org

News & Communications

The MUHSD Communications department works to support the mission, vision, and values of the district by providing timely and accurate communications to families, staff, and the community.


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MUHSD Events

2017 Kickoff

The MUHSD Kickoff Event was held on August 14, 2017, at the Merced Theatre. The event included an address from Superintendent Alan Peterson and three additional speakers. Videos of our awesome, dynamic speakers can be viewed below.

Welcome: Deputy Superintendent, Ralph Calderon

Opening Address: Superintendent, Alan Peterson


Dr. Kevin Fleming


Danielle Diele, speaking on CTE/Academic Integration

For a link to Ms. Diele's slideshow, click here


Mrs. Consuelo Castillo Kickbusch


We thank the following event sponsors:


AHS New Gym

MHS New Gym

October 11, 2017

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September 13, 2017

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August 9, 2017

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Athletics Schedules

Link: AHS Athletics Teams' Schedules
Link: GVHS Athletics Teams' Schedules
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Link: LHS Athletics Teams' Schedules
Link: ECHS Athletics Teams' Schedules
Link: MHS Athletics Teams' Schedules

Athletic Forms & Protocols

MUHSD Athletic Participation Form

Below you can find the forms required for a student's participation in athletics with MUHSD.

Concussion Return to Play Protocol

The document below outlines the precautions and the steps that an athlete suffering an injury must complete before returning to play.

Concussion Physician Letter to School

In order to return to play after suffering a concussion, a physician must complete the form below and returned to the school's athletic director.

Guidelines for Sports Clinics

Sports clinics are welcome at MUHSD following the proper approval process. The embedded form can be found at the link below.

Student Accident Reports

If a student is involved in an athletic accident, the student accident forms should be filled out immediately.

Voluntary Student Accident Insurance

Purchase of Student Accident Insurance is completely voluntary. The information provided on this site is from the company K-12 Special Markets. Information flyers, claim forms and enrollment application forms have been included for your convenience.

Internet Contract & Chromebook Care

Get Involved

District English Learners Advisory Committee (DELAC)

The District English Learner Advisory Committee (DELAC) is a committee that provides oversight on the English Learner (EL) program and works with district leadership to provide a high quality program for MUHSD students. Each campus sends one representative from their English Learner Advisory Committee to review and comment on key policies and procedures in our district. The DELAC members pictured were instrumental in creating and administering a student survey of our EL students as part of our annual program review. We thank our DELAC parents for their commitment and service to our EL program, its students and staff.

DELAC Members: GVHS Community Liaison, Alma Cervantes, BCHS parents, Charles and Flocy Crandall, AHS parent, Silvia Castillo, GVHS parent, Maria Berra

DELAC Members (left to right): GVHS Community Liaison, Alma Cervantes; BCHS parents, Charles and Flocy Crandall; AHS parent, Silvia Castillo; GVHS parent, Maria Berra.

Schools with 21 or more English Learners shall establish a functioning school-level advisory committee. Parents/guardians of English Learners shall have an opportunity to elect parent members of the committee; the committee shall be constituted of membership in at least the same ratio as English Learners within the whole school enrollment. The committee shall also select one representative and one alternate to attend the District English Learner Advisory Committee (DELAC).

The committee advices the principal and staff on topics relating to English Learners, including:

  • The development of the school's plan for English Learners
  • The development of the school's needs assessment
  • Administration of the school's language census (R-30)
  • Activities designed to make parents aware of the importance of regular school attendance

DELAC Agenda & Minutes

District English Learner Advisory Committee Meeting

December 5, 2017 6:00-7:30pm

District Office Board Room

AGENDA

  1. Welcome/ Bienvenida

2. Introductions/ Presentaciones

3. Review and approve minutes from Sept. 19, 2017 meeting/ Revise y apruebe las minutas de la reunión del 19 de septiembre de 2017

4. DELAC/ ELAC Roles and Responsibilities/ Función y Responsabilidades de los miembros de DELAC

5. CELDT to ELPAC Transition timeline/ CELDT a ELPAC Cronograma de transicíon

6. MUHSD LCAP Plan/ MUHSD Plan ELCAP

7. Curriculum Update/ Actualización del currículo

8. Proposition 58- Understanding the New Law/Proposición 58 - Comprender la nueva ley

9. Topics for Future Meetings/ Temas para futuras reuniones


Next meeting- February 28, 2018 6:00-7:30

10. Meeting adjourned at ________________pm.

DELAC Minutes

Dec 5, 2017

District English Learner Advisory Committee Meeting

December 5, 2017 6:00-7:30pm

District Office Board Room

Minutes

  1. Welcome/ Bienvenida

2. Introductions/ Introducciones

Associate Principals from ECHS, GVHS, MHS, BCHS, LHS, 3 0 (AHS,

BCHS) & 3 community liaisons, Debbie Glass & Debbie Perez./Directores Asociados de las escuelas ECHS, GVHS, MHS, BCHS, LHS, tres padres representantes, tres enlaces comunitarios, Debbie Glass y Debbie Perez.

3. Review and approve minutes from Sept. 19, 2017 meeting. Motion by Steve Menezes, 2nd by

Alexie Parle./ Revisión y aprobación de los minutos de la reunión del 19 de septiembre de

2017. Steve Menezes hizo una moción para aprobar los minutos de 9/12/17, 2do por Alexie Parle.

4. Review of DELAC/ ELAC Roles and Responsibilities/ Revisión de funciones y

Responsabilidades de los miembros de DELAC/ELAC.

5. CELDT to ELPAC Transition timeline. ELPAC pilot was given last year. Spring 2018 the real

ELPAC will be given which will give us information for re-Classification for English

Learners./CELDT a ELPAC Cronograma de transición. ELPAC fue un programa piloto dado el ano pasado. Durante la Primavera del 2018, el verdadero ELPAC se dara que dara informacion sobre la clasificación para estudiantes aprendiendo ingles.

6. MUHSD LCAP Plan - LCAP/DELAC meeting is February 28, 2018. Mr. Costa Aguilar will lead

the meeting. DELAC is required to give their ideas for LCAP. This past Fall every site had 2

meetings each. In the Spring, we will have Community LCAP meetings which includes

DELAC./Plan LCAP de MUHSD - Reunion de LCAP/DELAC es el 28 de febrero de 2018. El

Sr. Costa Aguilar dirigirá la reunión. DELAC está obligado a compartir sus ideas para el LCAP. Este pasado otoño cada escuela tuvo two juntas de LCAP. Durant la primavera, tendremos Reuniones Comunitarias para el LCAP que incluyera a DELAC.

7. Curriculum Update/ Actualización del currículo - Purchasing iLit was the first thing the district

has done to change the ELD Program. In addition, we are working with Dr. Maria Trejo,

consultant for ExC-ELL to redesign the entire program. This year all 9th & 10th grade ELD

students have been put into CTE or/and elective class. AHS has some Integrated ELD classes;

Teachers who are bilingual and use their bilingual skills in the classroom teaching Social

Studies, Math, etc. It is very important for parents to become involved in the curriculum update

process.

The ELD department heads and Debbie Glass visited Grace Davis High School in Modesto last

week to observe their Language Institute. All ELD students go to one campus, this is a similar

design to what our district has been thinking about for our ELD program.

It was recommended by Maria Trejo that our district write a vision or mission statement for the

District ELD Program. Six mission statements were reviewed. Majority in attendance voted for

#3 mission statement which reads:

Comprar iLit fue lo primero que el distrito ha hecho para cambiar el programa ELD. Además,

estamos trabajando con la Dra. Maria Trejo, consultora de ExC-ELL para rediseñar todo el

programa. Este año todos los estudiantes ELD de 9 ° y 10 ° grado han sido puestos en clases de CTE y/o electivas. AHS tiene algunas clases integradas de ELD donde los maestros bilingües usan sus habilidades bilingües en su enseñanza de Estudios Sociales, Matemáticas, etc. Es muy importante que los padres participen en el proceso de la actualización del plan de estudios.

Los jefes de departamento de ELD y Debbie Glass visitaron a la preparatoria Grace Davis High

School en Modesto la semana pasada para observar su Language Institute. Todos los estudiantes de ELD van a un solo campus, este es un diseño similar al que nuestro distrito ha estado pensado implementar.

Maria Trejo recomendó que nuestro distrito escribiera una declaración de visión o declaración de misión para el Programa ELD del distrito. Seis declaraciones de misión fueron revisadas. La mayoría de los presente votaron a favor de la Declaración de misión # 3 que dice:

The MUHSD ELD program vision is to ensure EL students master the English language by providing equal access to relevant, challenging and innovative curriculum. The district recognizes each student’s unique cultural identity and linguistic attributes by promoting respect, self advocacy and providing a socially, culturally supportive environment to ensure academic success and social acceptance.

La visión del programa MUHSD ELD es garantizar que los estudiantes de EL dominen el idioma inglés al proporcionando acceso equitativo a un currículo relevante, desafiante e innovador. El distrito reconoce la identidad cultural y los atributos lingüísticos únicos de cada alumno y lo hace promoviendo el respeto, la autodefensa y proporcionando un entorno de apoyo social y cultural para garantizar el éxito académico y la aceptación social.



At the next ELD Department Head meeting they will look at the #3 mission statement and

make it into more user friendly version.

In 2018-19 all schools except El Capitan High School will be changing their schedule to a 7

period day to accommodate all students to add a CTE or elective class to their schedule.

In 2019-2020 the district will be in position to implement all changes to the ELD Program./

En la próxima reunión de los jefes de departamento de ELD, ellos verán la declaración de misión #3 y lo cambiaran a una versión más amigable para el usuario. Durante el año escolar del 2018-19, todas las escuelas excepto la preparatoria de El Capitan High School cambiarán su horario a un dia de 7 periodos/cursos por dia para acomodar a todos los estudiantes para que puedan agregar una clase de CTE o electiva a su horario de clases.

Durante el ano escolar del 2019-2020, el distrito implementará todos los cambios al Programa ELD.

8. Proposition 58- Understanding the New Law/Proposición 58/Comprender la nueva ley - Prop

58 - was approved in the November 2016 election. It is now called the Ed.G.E. Initiative,

“Education for a Global Economy”. The purpose of this initiative is to ensure that all children in

California public schools receive the highest quality education, master the English language,

and access high-quality, innovative, and research-based language programs that prepare them

to participate in a global economy. School districts in California must consider starting a

language acquisition program if 30 pupils or more per school or 20 pupils or more in any grade

make a request. School districts must develop processes and procedures for parents to

request a language acquisition program. Parents and the community may provide input to

school districts as part of the parent and community engagement process required for the

development of the LCAP.

Proposición 58 fue aprobado en las elecciones de noviembre de 2016. Ahora se llama

Iniciativa EDGE lo que significa “Educación para una economía global.” El propósito de esta

nueva iniciativa es darle a todos los alumnos de las escuelas públicas de California una

educación de la más alta calidad, dominación del idioma inglés,y acceso a programas de

idiomas de alta calidad e innovadores basados en investigaciones que los preparan para

participar en una economía global. Los distritos escolares en California deben considerar

comenzar una programa de adquisición del idioma si 30 alumnos o más por escuela, o 20

alumnos o más en cualquier grado lo solicitan. Los distritos escolares deben desarrollar procesos y procedimientos que usen los padres para solicitar un programa de adquisición de idiomas. Los padres y la comunidad pueden proporcionarle información a los distritos escolares como parte del proceso de participación requerida para el desarrollo del LCAP.

9. Topics for Future Meetings/Temas para reuniones en el futuro - None/Ninguna

10. Next meeting/Próxima reunión - February 28, 2018, 5:30pm - 7:00pm at MUHSD Board Room,

3430 A Street, Atwater

11. Meeting adjourned/Reunión aplazada 7:37pm.

Sept 19, 2017

District English Learner Advisory Committee Meeting

September 19, 2017 6:00-7:30pm

District Office Board Room

AGENDA

1. Welcome/ Bienvenida

2. Introductions/ Presentaciones

3. DELAC Roles and Responsibilities/ Función y Responsabilidades de los miembros de DELAC

4. CELDT to ELPAC Transition timeline/ CELDT a ELPAC Cronograma de transicíon

5. MUHSD LCAP Plan/ MUHSD Plan ELCAP

6. Curriculum Update/ Actualización del currículo

7. Proposition 58

8. Topics for Future Meetings/ Temas para futuras reuniones

9. Meeting adjourned at ________________pm.



Meeting Minutes

  1. Welcome/ Bienvenida

2. Introductions/ Presentaciones

  • Associate Principals from El Capitan, Golden Valley, Atwater, Merced, Yosemite, Buhach Colony and Livingston, 5 parent representatives (LHS,AHS, GVHS, BCHS & MHS), 2 translators were present.

3.Review of DELAC/ ELAC Roles and Responsibilities/ Función y Responsabilidades de los miembros de DELAC

4. Review of CELDT to ELPAC Transition timeline/ CELDT a ELPAC Cronograma de transicíon Three year assessment time line distributed. Transition started 2016-17 and will be complete in 2018-19.

5. Review of MUHSD LCAP Plan/ MUHSD Plan ELCAP on MUHSD website and Data Dashboard.

6. Curriculum Update/ Actualización del currículo

Introduced new curriculum for ELD students; iLit & Edge. Parents are welcome to visit school sites to watch students use the programs. All 9th & 10th ELL students will have an elective class of their choice with CTE in mind. District is offering a 3 day “bootcamp” for ELD teachers; ExC-ELL 101 with Margarita Calderon, PhD, is professor and senior research scientist at the John Hopkins University School of Education and written numerous books on improving English Language Learners. http://www.center-school.org/esl/documents/teachin...

Distributed MUHSD ELD Department professional development calendar.

7. Proposition 58 = more bilingual education. Working with Corwin consultants and planning committee.

8. Topics for Future Meetings/ Temas para futuras reuniones

Updated Data Dashboard

CA Healthy Kids Survey

9. Meeting adjourned at 7:32pm.

Next meeting- December 5, 2017 6:00-7:30

Minutes from Past DELAC Meetings

District Advisory Committee (DAC)

School districts receiving Economic Impact Aid (EIA)/State Compensatory Education (SCE) are required to establish a district advisory committee (DAC) and a school advisory committee (SAC) for the purpose of advising districts and schools regarding compensatory education programs. A school may designate a school site council established pursuant to California Education Code (EC) Section 52852 to function as the school advisory council.

Parent Involvement Policy

MUHSD Board Policy

Section 6000 Instruction

Adopted September 13, 2006

Parent Involvement

BP 6020 Instruction

The Board of Trustees recognizes that parents/guardians are their children's first and most influential teachers and that continued parental involvement in the education of children contributes greatly to student achievement and a positive school environment.

In order to engage parents/guardians positively in their children's education, the Superintendent or designee shall ensure that staff members at each school:

1. Help parents/guardians develop parenting skills and provide home environments that support their children's academic efforts and their development as responsible members of society

2. Inform parents/guardians that they can directly affect the success of their children's learning and provide them techniques and strategies that they may use to improve their children's academic success and help their children in learning at home

(cf. 6154 - Homework/Make-Up Work)

3. Initiate consistent and effective two-way communication between the home and school so that parents/guardians may know when and how to help their children in support of classroom learning activities

(cf. 5124 - Communication with Parents/Guardians) (cf. 5145.6 - Parental Notifications)

4. Receive training that fosters effective and culturally sensitive communication with the home, including training on how to communicate with non-English speakers and how to give parents/guardians opportunities to assist in the instructional process both at school and at home

(cf. 4131 - Staff Development) (cf. 4231 - Staff Development) (cf. 4331 - Staff Development)

5. Encourage parents/guardians to serve as volunteers in the schools, attend student performances and school meetings, and participate in site councils, advisory councils and other activities in which they may undertake governance, advisory and advocacy roles

(cf. 0420 - School Plans/Site Councils) (cf. 0420.1 - School-Based Program Coordination)

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11/19/2012

Page BoardDocs® Pro 2 of 2 (cf. 0420.3 - School-Based Pupil Motivation and Maintenance Program) (cf. 0420.5 - School-Based Decision Making) (cf. 1220 - Citizen Advisory Committees) (cf. 1240 - Volunteer Assistance) (cf. 1250 - Visitors/Outsiders) (cf. 6171 - Title I Programs)

School plans shall delineate specific measures that shall be taken to increase parental involvement with their children's education, including measures designed to involve parents/guardians with cultural, language or other barriers which may inhibit such participation.

Legal Reference: EDUCATION CODE 11500-11506 Programs to encourage parental involvement LABOR CODE 230.8 Time off to visit child's school

Management Resources: CDE PROGRAM ADVISORIES 0928.90 Guidelines for the development of policies on parent involvement, SPB: 90/91-3 SBE POLICIES Parent Involvement in the Education of Their Children, 1994

Policy MERCED UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT adopted: September 13, 2006 Atwater, California

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DAC Purpose, Requirements, and Responsibilities

MUHSD LCAP

The Merced Union High School District invites parents, teachers, students and community stakeholders to participate in the review and development of the Local Control Accountability Plan. We look forward to the successful implementation of our plan, as well as the community’s thoughts and ideas toward increasing student achievement and enhancing services for our students.

Learn More about the MUHSD LCAP
MUHSD LCAP Meeting Dates and Agendas

Contact Us

Director of Equity & Accountability
Debbie Glass
209-325-2130
dglass@muhsd.org
Equity & Accountability Assistant
Debbie Perez
209-325-2131
dperez@muhsd.org

School Site Council/Parent Workshop Info

Atwater High School
Link: Atwater High School Parent Involvement Webpage
Buhach Colony High School
Link: Buhach Colony High School Parent Involvement Webpage
El Capitan High School
Link: ECHS Parent Involvement Webpage


Golden Valley High School
Link GVHS Parent Involvement Webpage
Livingston High School
Link: LHS Parent Involvement Webpage


Merced High School
Link: MHS Parent Involvement Webpage


Alternative Ed. Sites
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Yosemite High School
Independence High School
Sequoia High School




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