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Incident at MJHS

Please click here for information regarding the incident that occurred March 26, 2015 at the Martinez Junior High School. 

Please Complete an IMPORTANT Stakeholder Survey!

Deadline:  Thursday, March 26 at 4:00 pm

 

MUSD would like you to respond to an important survey about our Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP), mobile 1:1 computing/technology integration initiative, our facilities, and other important topics.  This survey is online, and it should take about 15 minutes to complete.  

If you do not have computer access, other options are:

· Visit your school site, where there will be devices available to complete the survey

· Call 925-335-5919 or 335-5800 to complete it over the phone in English

· Call 925-335-5850 to complete it in Spanish

The survey is active now, but the window is short.  It will be closed at the end of the day on Thursday, March 26.  

We thank you very much for taking the time to contribute your feedback!

Stakeholder Survey – English

Stakeholder Survey – Spanish

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2014-15 

Vicente Martinez High School is a WASC accredited school and a diploma from Vicente Martinez High School is considered a "regular" high school diploma. There is a 210 credit requirement for graduation. 

Vicente Martinez High School is an educational option for 16 - 18 year old students that focuses on student learning and academic achievement through alternative pathways to earn a high school diploma and prepare students for post graduation. There are approximately 100 students who attend Vicente Martinez High School with a maximum class size of 23. The majority of students who attend Vicente enrolled due to credit deficiency. Students who enroll in Vicente have the opportunity to accelerate credit earning in order to graduate on time. 

The staff at Vicente Martinez High School is committed to providing support for each student's social and emotional growth as well as improved academic achievement. The values emphasized in our school culture are:

Honesty, empathy, self-control, responsibility, collaboration, tolerance, clear communication, patience, persistence, positive attitude, integrity, and goal setting.

 

-Carol Adams, Principal 

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A letter from Erika Jenssen MPH, Communicable Disease Program Chief.  Click hereen Español