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The following changes will be made effective Thursday, April 19, 2018.


Bus stops along Hwy. 49 N. from Mariposa to Mt. Bullion will be moved from Route 4 to Route 7.  This means that ALL existing stops on Route 7 will be picked up 10 minutes earlier in the morning and dropped off 15 minutes later in the afternoon.  The times for the bus stops along Hwy. 49 N that were moved to Route 7 will not change. Please refer to the route listings below for exact stop times.




We have updated the routes for the opening of Yaqui Gulch and the Indian Peak Bridge. This is posted on our webpage and Facebook page.


Due to the unfortunate flooding, damage to roads and bridges, and other unsafe conditions resulting from the weather conditions we experienced on March 22nd and the ongoing concern for community safety, it was necessary to postpone the Professional Development inservice planned for MCUSD staff today.  The result of which is that we have had to make the following adjustments to the school calendar:


  • March 30th will become a non-student day allowing for staff to participate in the postponed Professional Development day.

  • April 30th will now become the make-up snow day (for February 23rd), so will become a regular school day for students and staff.


We would like to thank the Mariposa Sheriff’s Department for monitoring and notifying the School District of the impending emergency probability. We would also like to thank all the MCUSD Staff as always for putting students safety first and coming together to make sure all made it home safely.  


We also appreciate your understanding for the necessity of these actions and apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. Please contact your school site if you have any further questions.


Thank you,


Robin Hopper, Superintendent



Dear Parent/Guardian:

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Welcome to Mariposa County Unified School District and Mariposa County Office of Education. We are proud to provide you with information regarding our schools and district. Though our newly redesigned website remains under construction, we are confident that as you visit our organization through these web pages that you will find MCUSD to be committed to providing students with outstanding educational programs in an exceptional environment. 


Mariposa is a one-district county with 8 school sites and a total student population of approximately 1,600 students. Home to Yosemite National Park, our county consists of small, rural communities in the Sierra Nevada foothills; an area rich in Gold Rush history and great natural beauty. The 1,450 square mile county is home to approximately 18,000 citizens and is ideally suited to those interested in outdoor activities and rural community life.

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