Vision: Every student works to achieve grade level standards, feels safe and is supported to realize individual success.
Mission: Through smart actions and decisions, MUSD will work together using meaningful, measurable and aligned data for all students to achieve mastery of grade level standards in all subjects based on their unique educational pathway in a safe environment inclusive of design, security and climate.
For many students, especially those who are learning English as a second language, math can be intimidating and frustrating. In Manteca Unified, our direction is clear: How can we help students develop important math skills?
With Manteca Unified’s expanded focus on equity and access, our Facilities team is taking an even closer look at how projects, including the design process, are an opportunity to be deliberately inclusive to all students with various needs.
At Lathrop High School, student-athletes not only compete for wins on the court and the field, but also in the classroom – and that competition is paying off.
Class by class, students streamed into the campus quad, placing their offerings, or "treats" for service members on the steps of the school’s outdoor stage.
Every November we celebrate School Psychology Month! Watch this video to see how school psychologists support student success.
Sierra High School senior Erfan Ballew wears many hats, impressively balancing school, clubs, sports, and his duties as Manteca’s Youth Focus City Ambassador.
We extend our deepest gratitude to the brave men and women who have served or are currently serving in our military.
Click play to enjoy a brief video in honor of Veterans Day.
As an Intervention Teacher on Special Assignment (TOSA), Ms. Rosendin’s job is to help identify and break down barriers to learning, unlocking the potential of all students.