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The Livingston Young Men's Conference (YMC) is for 6th - 12th Grade students and student registration is now open. Please register and visit this link: YMC Student Registration

This conference will take place on Saturday, September 28th at the Livingston Middle School and students can look forward to the following: Choose from 20 different workshops, 2 keynote speakers, Breakfast & Lunch provided, College & Career Fair, String Backpack, Drawing with prizes, Robotics Showcase, and a chance to win $100 or $200 Scholarship (Must be present to win to claim a prize. Winners will be announced at the end of the conference).

For more information vist the YMC Website or contact José Morán at T: (209) 585-8565/E:LivingstonYMC@gmail.com.

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Mark your Calendars Seniors! UC & CSU Application Workshop Dates at the Library: October 17th periods 6th and 7th, October 31st periods 2nd and 3rd, November 7th periods 3rd and 4th, and November 21st periods 6th and 7th. To sign up, please view the flyer, ECHS UC & CSU Application Workshops Flyer.

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Last day to purchase chromebook insurance at the Bookkeeper's office will be on Wednesday, September 4th. Make sure your devices are protected!

All Responsible Use Policy's must be turned into the library by Wednesday, September 4th or your Google accounts will be disabled.

See Mrs. Pedrozo for any questions.

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Atwater, CA (June 20, 2019) - With the passage of the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) for the 2019-20 school year at last night's special board meeting, all meals including breakfast and lunch, will be free of charge for Merced Union High School District (MUHSD) students year-round.

At the end of every school year, many school sites across the nation are saddled with student lunch debt. If school districts are unable to find a creative way to pay it off, the money gets taken out of the general fund. This means that money that would have gone toward educational activities and materials has to be diverted to cover lunch money.

MUHSD is addressing the problem by participating in the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) and leveraging funds from the LCAP to foot the bill for all student meals. The LCAP contribution will offset any associated cost over and beyond the federal reimbursement that the district receives as part of the CEP.

"With a large percentage of families in the area struggling to make ends meet and the proliferation of lunch-shaming on campuses, we are thrilled to be able to remove any barrier or stigma that would keep a student from having a nutritious meal at school," said MUHSD Superintendent Alan Peterson.

According to the National Education Association, numerous studies document a correlation between hunger and academic performance. Studies also show that behavior at school is negatively affected by missing meals.

"It should come as no surprise that students are much more likely to succeed in the classroom when basic needs such as food and nutrition are met," said MUHSD Director of Nutrition Services Erin Tassey. "By participating in CEP and having the support of funding for all meals in the LCAP, the district is reaffirming its commitment to equity and student success."

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*About the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP): CEP is a non-pricing meal service option for schools and school districts in low-income areas. Schools and school districts that adopt CEP are reimbursed using a formula based on the percentage of students eligible for free meals.

*About the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP): The LCAP is a tool for local educational agencies to set goals, plan actions, and leverage resources to meet those goals to improve student outcomes.


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Effective July 1st, 2019, California school immunization regulations will change, which includes requiring all students to have a second varicella or chicken pox vaccine. Please submit verification to the school nurse that your student is up to date on vaccinations. Beginning in August, students will not be permitted to attend school unless all vaccinations are up to date. Please call 384-5554, if you have any questions.

Read more about Important Notice: Immunization Regulation

Effective July 1st, 2019, California school immunization regulations will change, which includes requiring all students to have a second varicella or chicken pox vaccine. Please submit verification to the school nurse that your student is up to date on vaccinations. Beginning in August, students will not be permitted to attend school unless all vaccinations are up to date. Please call 325-1255, if you have any questions.

Read more about Important Notice: Immunization Regulation

Effective July 1st, 2019, California school immunization regulations will change, which includes requiring all students to have a second dose of varicella or chicken pox vaccine. Please submit verification to the school registrar that your student is up to date on vaccinations. Beginning in August, students will not be permitted to attend school unless all vaccinations are up to date. Please call (209) 325-1441 or (209) 325-1455 if you have any questions.

Read more about Important Notice: Immunization Regulation

Effective July 1st, 2019, California school immunization regulations will change, which includes requiring all students to have a second dose of varicella or chicken pox vaccine. Please submit verification to the school registrar that your student is up to date on vaccinations. Beginning in August, students will not be permitted to attend school unless all vaccinations are up to date. Please call (209) 325-1041, if you have any questions.

Read more about Important Notice: Immunization Regulation