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Our Board and Superintendent, Alan Peterson, has made school safety priority #1 in the Merced Union High School District. There are a number of things the MUHSD has implemented in order to maintain a safe and orderly learning environment for our students and staff.

Lori Mollart, Director of Child, Welfare, and Attendance has been the leader in the development of our District Safety Plan, developing partnerships with law enforcement and consultants like Knowledge Saves Lives to create a comprehensive plan of action which includes the following:

  • Regular realistic drills
  • Active threat training
  • Active shooter simulations
  • Unannounced lockdown drills with debriefs
  • Unannounced visitors on campus with debrief

We have involved students and work to develop strong relationships. We promote "See something, say something" and work to create an environment where all students belong and have success.

We think of preparedness in three phases: green = no threat, yellow = no immediate threat, but vigilant and ready, red = imminent threat. Our goal is to keep our security staff in a permanent state of yellow.

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Good evening students and families, this is an important message from the MUHSD.

Our District's top priority is to support the academic and social emotional needs of all students while maintaining a safe and orderly learning environment. The recent tragedy in Florida reinforces our focus and commitment to school safety. We are aware that students around the country are planning several walkouts to protest school violence. We respect and support the right of our students to advocate for causes that are important to them and welcome the opportunity to work with students to discuss appropriate and safe ways to do so while at school.

Our goal is that all students feel safe and respected. We encourage you to talk with your students about these issues, their feelings, and the importance of expressing themselves appropriately. We do not and will not encourage students to walk off of campus. Student safety is paramount, and students walking off of campus could put their safety in jeopardy. We are planning an event in which students can show their support of ending school violence on campus. For more information on what our District is doing to keep students safe, please visit our website.

Thank you.

Buenas tardes estudiantes y familias, este es un mensaje importante del MUHSD.

La prioridad principal de nuestro distrito es apoyar las necesidades académicas y socio-emocionales de todos los estudiantes manteniendo un ambiente de aprendizaje seguro y ordenado. La reciente tragedia en Florida refuerza nuestro enfoque y compromiso con la seguridad escolar. Estamos al tanto de que los estudiantes de todo el país están planeando varios paros para protestar contra la violencia escolar. Respetamos y apoyamos el derecho de nuestros alumnos a abogar por causas que son importantes para ellos y agradecemos la oportunidad de trabajar con los alumnos para analizar formas apropiadas y seguras de hacerlo mientras están en la escuela.

Nuestro objetivo es que todos los estudiantes se sientan seguros y respetados. Le recomendamos que hable con sus alumnos sobre estos temas, sus sentimientos y la importancia de expresarse adecuadamente. No motivamos ni alentamos a los estudiantes a abandonar el campus. La seguridad de los estudiantes es primordial, y los estudiantes que salgan del campus podrían poner su seguridad en peligro. Estamos planificando un evento en el cual los estudiantes puedan mostrar su apoyo para terminar con la violencia escolar en el campus. Para obtener más información sobre lo que nuestro distrito está haciendo para mantener seguros a los estudiantes, visite nuestro sitio web.

Gracias, Torrin Johnson

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Join us for the 9th Annual Livingston Young Women's Conference on Saturday, March 24th, 2018 from 8:00am-3:30pm at Livingston Middle School. This year's conference theme is Empower. Enrich. Inspire.

This is a free event for all 6th-12th grade girls and will feature numerous workshops, motivational speakers, informational booths, complimentary breakfast and lunch, and prize drawings. Register today!

Click here for the Information Booth Registration Form

Click here for the Presenter Registration Form

Click here for the Student Registration Form

Click here for the Volunteer Registration Form

For more information, please contact

Martha S. Nateras, Founder & President
Phone: 209.277.3056

Sponsorships welcomed for this event!

9th Annual Livingston Young Women's Conference will be Saturday, March 24th, 2018

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