Please Speak Up
Parents, students, teachers - please take the Netday Speakup Survey: http://www.speakup4schools.org/speakup2014/
The Netday Speakup survey compares our local data with national averages, which will greatly assist us in gauging MCUSD's performance in key edtech areas. The survey is 100% anonymous and does not collect your email or any other data.
MCUSD Students In The News
Danielle Grate's 8th grade science class at Woodland Elementary School recently completed an exciting class project involving the creation and launch of a weather balloon. "The Grate Weather Balloon Project" is an outstanding example of project-based learning that has generated a great deal of interest -- not only in our corner of California, but also on the greater stage of YouTube and via ABC news affiliates across the country.
We Need YOU!
Please join the District Local Control Committee, which will be meeting on
Tuesday, December 9 from 6:00 to 7:30 PM in the District Office Board Room
The agenda includes:
For more information, please contact your local principal, or email Jon Corippo
Direct link to complete LCAP plans
MCHS Awarded $600,000 CTE Grant
MCUSD Grant Application for the California Career Pathways Trust Grant
MCHS has applied and been awarded a $600,000 onetime CTE grant through the California Career Pathways Trust.
The grant was prepared and submitted by MCHS Principal Celeste Azevedo and MCUSD Special Education Director, Marcia Miller with the assistance of MCHS Ag Teachers, Buz Arnold and Michelle Wise and retired Ag Teacher, Wayne Forsythe and the Ag Advisory group.
MCUSD requested funding through the CCPT grant for MCHS to expand three targeted career pathways that fall under the umbrella of the Agricultural, Food, Natural Resources and Manufacturing sector. The pathways selected include: Animal Science, Plant Science, and Welding/Agriculture Mechanics.
The CCPT grant does not require matching funds, however the grant does require the district to provide an “in-kind” match through resources already available. In addition, the district must show they will be able to sustain the expanded program after the grant is exhausted.
Year 1 of the grant will be utilized to renovate facilities, solidify and expand course offerings, and provide professional development, training, and expanded “field experience” opportunities to students enrolled in the pathway.
Year 2 of the grant will be utilized to hire 1 FTE in Agriculture to expand course offerings
Year 3 of the grant will be utilized to further expand course offerings in the Agriculture Pathways
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 9 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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Inter / Intra District Transfers
Intradistrict Transfer: A request to attend a school outside of the home school boundary. For example, a student lives in the Woodland Elementary boundary, but requests to attend Mariposa Elementary School.
Interdistrict Transfer: A request to attend a school outside of the Mariposa County Unified School District.