Posts Tagged as "MUHSD"

The feminist who taught me the meaning of feminism

June 12, 2018 /

Reporter Aaliyah Jensen's conversation with MUHSD women's studies teacher Ann-Marie Delgado and the importance of women's studies in high school.

Community advocates for change regarding sexual violence policy at MUHSD schools

June 11, 2018 /

MUHSD staff, teachers, and students concerned with lack of action regarding sexual violence on school campuses advocate for change from the MUHSD board.

Building Parental Leadership in LCFF Implementation

June 10, 2015 /

As Merced schools lie within one of the poorest counties in the state, many students fit within one or more of the groups eligible for additional funding under LCFF. According to, 79% of students in Merced County are eligible for free or reduced price lunch, available for children whose family’s income is 185% or less of the federal poverty line, or about $44,000 for a family of four in 2013-2014.

School Buses Partially Reinstated For Remainder of School Year

April 19, 2013 /

Late last year, Merced High School Districts bus routes were cut to students that lived within five miles of their respective high schools. This burdened many high school students and their families with the task of finding their own way to get to school, a safe way to return home and continue to perform well in class. However, a small victory was achieved as the school district recently reinstated busing through an emergency board meeting.