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Save the date for February 22, 2020! A free event for the community. A Black History Month celebration for parents and grandparents. Preschool to High School educators family child care providers, social service providers and others who touch the lives of African American children. Participants will enjoy a light breakfast, lunch, workshops, resource fair and child care available. The Keynote Speaker is Barry E. Knight, BA, MA, PCC. For more information see the flyer, 2020 Celebrating the African American Child.

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Save the date for February 22, 2020! A free event for the community. A Black History Month celebration for parents and grandparents. Preschool to High School educators family child care providers, social service providers and others who touch the lives of African American children. Participants will enjoy a light breakfast, lunch, workshops, resource fair and child care available. The Keynote Speaker is Barry E. Knight, BA, MA, PCC. For more information see the flyer, 2020 Celebrating the African American Child.

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Save the date! The 11th Annual Young Women's Conference will be March 28th 2020. The conference will take place at Livingston Middle School from 8:00 AM - 3:30 PM. The conference is open to 6th-12th grade girls. YWC Sponsorships are Welcome! For more information and registration view the following links: Student Registration Attendee: Young Women's Conference 2020 Attendee Registration, Info Booth Registration: Young Women's Conference 2020 Informational Booth Registration, Promo Video: Young Women's Conference 2020 Promo Video, and 2020 Flyer: YWC Save the Date Info Flyer

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Did you know we have a counselor on campus AFTER SCHOOL twice a week? Mr. Abell is at school until 3:45 on Tuesdays, and Ms. Pulido is at school until 3:45 on Wednesdays. If you have questions about your grades, transcript, transferring to another school site, or college/career research OR have anything personal you'd like to discuss, feel free to stay after school and meet with either counselor!

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If you experience bullying, sexual harassment, or other harassment, notify any staff member. TIP 411 is an anonymous tip line to alert administration of bullying and other threats to the safety and well-being of our students and staff. Text TRAILBLAZERS + your anonymous tip to 847411 or call 325-1647 to report to school administration directly. For more on harassment and discrimination assistance visit our district web page, MUHSD Harassment and Discrimination Assistance.

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Celebrating the African American Child


Save the date for February 22, 2020! A free event for the community. A Black History Month celebration for parents and grandparents. Preschool to High School educators family child care providers, social service providers and others who touch the lives of African American children. Participants will enjoy a light breakfast, lunch, workshops, resource fair and child care available. The Keynote Speaker is Barry E. Knight, BA, MA, PCC. For more information see the flyer, 2020 Celebrating the African American Child.

After School Counseling


Did you know we have a counselor on campus AFTER SCHOOL twice a week? Mr. Abell is at school until 3:45 on Tuesdays, and Ms. Pulido is at school until 3:45 on Wednesdays. If you have questions about your grades, transcript, transferring to another school site, or college/career research OR have anything personal you'd like to discuss, feel free to stay after school and meet with either counselor!

 Register Now! Parent Insitute DReam Big Conference 2020

The Merced County Parent Institute is an event for parents, grandparents, guardians, and caregivers to learn and refine their potential leadership skills hosted in partnership with Merced County of Education. This event will provide them with tools and resources to become change agents addressing issues that impact the education, health, safety, and development of children and youth, which will ultimately result in a healthier community. We look forward to seeing you on Saturday, March 7th of 2020 at Golden Valley High School! Register Now!

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Students who have perfect period attendance and no behavior issues will receive a Snickers!

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Students who have perfect period attendance and no behavior issues will receive a Snickers!

This event has a Google Hangouts video call.
Join: https://plus.google.com/hangouts/_/muhsd.k12.ca.us/shs?hceid=c2hzQG11aHNkLm9yZw.kip0f99005m7jgtugmn619ln00&hs=121
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Students who have perfect period attendance and no behavior issues will receive a Snickers!

This event has a Google Hangouts video call.
Join: https://plus.google.com/hangouts/_/muhsd.k12.ca.us/shs?hceid=c2hzQG11aHNkLm9yZw.kip0f99005m7jgtugmn619ln00&hs=121
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Students who have perfect period attendance and no behavior issues will receive a Snickers!

This event has a Google Hangouts video call.
Join: https://plus.google.com/hangouts/_/muhsd.k12.ca.us/shs?hceid=c2hzQG11aHNkLm9yZw.kip0f99005m7jgtugmn619ln00&hs=121

District News

Save the date for February 22, 2020! A free event for the community. A Black History Month celebration for parents and grandparents. Preschool to High School educators family child care providers, social service providers and others who touch the lives of African American children. Participants will enjoy a light breakfast, lunch, workshops, resource fair and child care available. The Keynote Speaker is Barry E. Knight, BA, MA, PCC. For more information see the flyer, 2020 Celebrating the African American Child.

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Save the date for February 22, 2020! A free event for the community. A Black History Month celebration for parents and grandparents. Preschool to High School educators family child care providers, social service providers and others who touch the lives of African American children. Participants will enjoy a light breakfast, lunch, workshops, resource fair and child care available. The Keynote Speaker is Barry E. Knight, BA, MA, PCC. For more information see the flyer, 2020 Celebrating the African American Child.

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Save the date! The 11th Annual Young Women's Conference will be March 28th 2020. The conference will take place at Livingston Middle School from 8:00 AM - 3:30 PM. The conference is open to 6th-12th grade girls. YWC Sponsorships are Welcome! For more information and registration view the following links: Student Registration Attendee: Young Women's Conference 2020 Attendee Registration, Info Booth Registration: Young Women's Conference 2020 Informational Booth Registration, Promo Video: Young Women's Conference 2020 Promo Video, and 2020 Flyer: YWC Save the Date Info Flyer

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Did you know we have a counselor on campus AFTER SCHOOL twice a week? Mr. Abell is at school until 3:45 on Tuesdays, and Ms. Pulido is at school until 3:45 on Wednesdays. If you have questions about your grades, transcript, transferring to another school site, or college/career research OR have anything personal you'd like to discuss, feel free to stay after school and meet with either counselor!

Read more about After School Counseling

If you experience bullying, sexual harassment, or other harassment, notify any staff member. TIP 411 is an anonymous tip line to alert administration of bullying and other threats to the safety and well-being of our students and staff. Text TRAILBLAZERS + your anonymous tip to 847411 or call 325-1647 to report to school administration directly. For more on harassment and discrimination assistance visit our district web page, MUHSD Harassment and Discrimination Assistance.

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