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Summer School for ADVANCEMENT: The first day of Summer School is Tuesday, June 13th. Students who do not attend the first day of Summer School may be dropped. Students will be required to attend school on June 13th & 14th for 2.5 hours. Lunch/Breakfast will be provided to students from 10:00 A.M. - 10:30 A.M. Please try to arrange transportation so that you are only on campus for your required hours. However, district transportation will be available if private transportation is not, and will be required to be in a classroom until the end of the school day. The bus route is linked here.

Summer School will run from June 13th - July 20th. There will be no school on July 3rd & 4th. After the first day of school, students will be able to work from home and will need access to the internet. Teachers will be available daily through email to assist students. Students may work on campus daily if internet is not available at home. Students will only be required to be on campus when taking their semester finals on June 30th and July 20th.

Summer School for CREDIT RECOVERY: You will be contacted by your summer school teacher for meeting dates and times.

If you have any questions or concerns, please email the Summer School Principal at aolivares@muhsd.org.


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Protect your family from costly Chromebook repairs. Purchase MUHSD Chromebook insurance for only $25 for the entire school year. For more information contact Mr. Travis Harding at tharding@muhsd.org.

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Summer School for ADVANCEMENT: The first day of Summer School is Tuesday, June 13th. Students who do not attend the first day of Summer School may be dropped. Students will be required to attend school on June 13th & 14th for 2.5 hours. Lunch/Breakfast will be provided to students from 10:00 A.M. - 10:30 A.M. Please try to arrange transportation so that you are only on campus for your required hours. However, district transportation will be available if private transportation is not, and will be required to be in a classroom until the end of the school day. The bus route is linked here.

Summer School will run from June 13th - July 20th. There will be no school on July 3rd & 4th. After the first day of school, students will be able to work from home and will need access to the internet. Teachers will be available daily through email to assist students. Students may work on campus daily if internet is not available at home. Students will only be required to be on campus when taking their semester finals on June 30th and July 20th.

Summer School for CREDIT RECOVERY: You will be contacted by your summer school teacher for meeting dates and times.

If you have any questions or concerns, please email the Summer School Principal at aolivares@muhsd.org.


Read more

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 the word "Falcons" and your tip to the number 847411 to send a tip.

Read more

Protect your family from costly Chromebook repairs. Purchase MUHSD Chromebook insurance for only $25 for the entire school year. For more information contact Mr. Travis Harding at tharding@muhsd.org.

Read more
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