News & Announcements

2020-21 School Year Information

As you know, all MPUSD schools will open the 2020-2021 school year in a Distance Learning model.

We are committed to ensuring that students continue to experience the care and commitment of our staff and the routine of daily learning, even in full Distance Learning. (Click headline to read more.)
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ARCHIVES: Reopening of Our Schools Community Meetings

The Monterey Peninsula Unified School District initiated an internal Task Force to begin exploring the reopening of our schools in the 2020-21 school year based on the new guidelines released from the California Department of Education and the California Department of Public Health. The guidelines require schools to consider hybrid schedules in order to limit the total number of students on campus at one time and ensure that students are kept at least 6 feet apart where practical. 

MPUSD held four community Town Hall meetings to provide information, answer questions and to hear input from families.
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Summer Feeding Programs

MPUSD's Summer Feeding Program offers meals to students during the summer months at six school locations. Learn more about the locations and times by clicking the title link.
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Tech Problems?

HAVING TECH PROBLEMS?
Please email: lhayes@mpusd.k12.ca.us with the following information:

Student name (first and last)
Student ID #
Contact info (phone or email)
What problem you're experiencing with your computer *

Emails will be checked M-F between 10am-2pm. Repair office hours will occur on Mondays and Wednesdays BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.

*Please do not include password problems, as only your student's core teacher can help you with this.
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Monterey County Herald: Guest Editorial PK Diffenbaugh: State Budget Must Reflect Our Values: Invest in Schools

Educators will be forced to overcome this budget challenge — offering services despite the lack of adequate resources. We shouldn’t have to. It is a reflection of our societal values that we continue to underfund our schools while relying on them to be the primary institution responsible for meeting the needs of our most vulnerable populations. Read more in this weekend's Monterey County Herald (click headline link).
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