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Mrs. McMillian's Spanish class, joined MES in celebrating Read Across America

Mrs. McMillian's Spanish class, joined MES in celebrating Read Across America

Sierra High School Students Completing Coursework

MES First Graders are Ready to Learn 

MMS Seventh Grade Core Class

Husky Pup Run

MHS Physics Class Offers Hands-on Learning 

Hands on Earth Science

MMS Spanish Class

Art Class- Stephany R

MES Kindergarteners Learn Their Way Around School 

MHS Child Development Course 

MHS Physics Class Collecting Data

Congratulations to Men's and Women's Ski teams- CNISSF South Division II Champions!

Mammoth High School Library

MHS Culinary Arts Class Making Cookies 

Art Class- Mariah R

MHS Child Development Course Offers Hands-on Learning 

Mrs. McMillian's Spanish class, joined MES in celebrating Read Across America

Mrs. McMillian's Spanish class, joined MES in celebrating Read Across America

MHS Office Staff Welcomes Students Back to School 

MHS Choir 

Mammoth High School Point Break

Mrs. McMillian's Spanish class, joined MES in celebrating Read Across America

Mrs. McMillian's Spanish class, joined MES in celebrating Read Across America

Culinary Arts Students

MES Youngest Learners are in the TK Class

MHS Culinary Arts 

Students are Creating Their Own Stories 

MHS Sumi-e Inspired Trees - Tommy T

Landscapes- Nalley D

Husky Pup Run

Chemistry Class 

Mr. Hammers and the Mammoth Elementary School Band

MES Office Staff Greets a Parent 

National Honor Society Induction

Mammoth Alpine Team, ready to race! 

Congratulations to MHS Jazz Band on their accomplishments at the Irvine High School Jazz Festival

Congratulations to MHS Jazz Band on their accomplishments at the Irvine High School Jazz Festival

Ski Team- Congratulations Hayden M

Mrs. McMillian's Spanish class, joined MES in celebrating Read Across America

Mrs. McMillian's Spanish class, joined MES in celebrating Read Across America

Mrs. McMillian's Spanish class, joined MES in celebrating Read Across America

Mrs. McMillian's Spanish class, joined MES in celebrating Read Across America

MHS English Language Learner Reclassification Celebration

2016 Gateway Expressions Student Art and Poetry contest

Mammoth Middle School Mammoth Rock Run/Hike

MES First Graders in Dual Immersion Class are Learning in Spanish

Art Class- Emily G

Events

MMSO Meeting
Date: 3/29/2017, 8 AM 10 AM
Location: MMS Library
Latino Family Literacy Project
Date: 3/29/2017, 5:30 PM 7:30 PM
Location: MES Library
MES PTO Meeting in MES Library
Date: 4/5/2017, 5 PM 6 PM
Latino Family Literacy Project
Date: 4/5/2017, 5:30 PM 7:30 PM
Location: MES Library
MHS Mock Rock Talent & Visual Arts Show
Date: 4/5/2017, 6 PM 9 PM
Location: MHS MPR Doors open at 6pm and close at 6:20pm - no late entry!! All entrance donations will benefit the future National Wounded Warrior Center in Mammoth Lakes.

News & Announcements

RED and YELLOW Days

This has been an historic year with unprecedented weather systems moving through our area. There is no exact science for calling a Red Day. The decision to either call a Red Day or a Yellow Day must be made by 5:30 am. Buses must leave the bus garage at about 5:30 and our earliest riders get on the buses shortly after 6:00 am. Here are some of the factors we consider, amount of snow, wind, conditions of streets in Town, and conditions of the schools both inside and out. We also consult with a variety of folks and agencies including the Town, CALTRANS, and CHP. We look to weather reports from the Town, the Mountain, and other weather reporting sources. Our facilities director is up often at 3:30 am, driving the streets and checking on the schools. We consult between 4:00 and 5:00 am. I check in with principals and check any input other staff may have sent me. Once the decision is made, several others step into action to put the word out in as many different formats as possible. Always the safety of students is our first consideration, and I apologize when the days have become worse than expected. Please know the students are safe when they are at school. If any parent does want to take their child home early, that is their right. Also, if any parent feels it is too dangerous to get their child to school, we will respect that decision too. However, we all need to balance the need for education. Our children need to be in school. Nothing can replace the importance in education of what happens between a teacher and a student during the school day.

As of February 9th, we have had 8 days without school due to weather. We have applied for a waiver from the California Department of Education for 6 of those days. Based on where we are currently, school will go through June 9th.

I thank you for your patience and your partnership. In times like these, we need to work together and support each other in getting through a difficult winter. I would like to thank the Town, the Police Department and the Fire Department for their support.

Don't forget to have books at home or electronically and to ensure your child is reading during this time. Our students can have wonderful adventures through reading as an escape from endless stormy weather!

Welcome to Mammoth Unified School District!

All the benefits of a small private education in our public schools. Here are some of our successes:
* MUSD placed on College Board's AP Honor Roll
* MHS is top 7.5% of California public high schools by US News and World Report
* 1:1 student to technology (iPads or laptops)
* 20% of MHS students concurrently enrolled at Cerro Coso Community College
* Outstanding teachers
* Dedicated support staff and coaches
* California Female CIF Athlete of the year - 2015
* Flexible learning opportunities: on-line, in-seat, and concurrent
* Dual language program at Mammoth Elementary School
* Foreign language for all students at Mammoth Middle School
* Latino Family Literacy Project
* Music for all elementary students - 2015-2016
* STEM program to begin at Mammoth Elementary School in 2015-2016
* Strong academics, athletics, activities, and arts

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