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Morello Park Elementary School

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    Contacts

     Principal -Megan De La Mater

    mdelamater@martinez.k12.ca.us


    Office Manager - Lisa Greenwood
    lgreenwood@martinezusd.net

    925-335-5840


    Nurse Lucy

    lulopez@martinezusd.net


    Absences/Messages
    Absence Verification Email
    925-335-5840 ext. 3


    Woodbridge-On-site Day Care
    925-228-4166

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    ATTENDANCE

    State law has changed attendance procedures and the system of school funding in California. Districts no longer can count excused absences for funding purposes. Funding will be based solely on actual school attendance; days the student is present. Regular attendance is necessary for learning and academic success. Some absences are necessary. Students should not attend school if they are sick or have compelling reasons for not attending school. Please elicit cooperation from your child’s doctors, dentists, and other health professionals in scheduling appointments after school hours.  When an unavoidable absence is known in advance, and the absence will be for three consecutive days or more, please request an independent study contract from the school to provide class work during your child’s absence.  When your child is absent, please contact the school attendance line to report the absence. The office is required to account for the reason for every absence. When absences are excused, students may make up work that was missed. Under California state law and MUSD Board Policy, reasons for excusing a student absence include:

    1. Illness or injury of the student, or serious illness of a family member
    2. Student attendance at a medical, dental, optometry, or chiropractic appointment.
    3. Student attendance at the funeral service of an immediate family member.
    4. A quarantine imposed by a city or county health official.
    5. Up to five days to obtain required immunizations.
    6. Exclusion from school due to head lice, lack of immunization, or physical examination.
    7. Appearance in court.
    8. Observance of a holiday or ceremony of his/her religion.

    Parents need to contact the school staff within a 48-hour period following the student’s return to school.

    REGISTRATION AND DIRECTIONS  FOR MUSD STUDENTS & FAMILIES

    Thank you in advance for arriving at the test site 5 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment.  Many staff members have made appointments around their work schedules, so when others arrive too early or too late, it impacts our employees’ ability to get to their job locations on time.

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    To report safety concerns such as bullying, potential fights, alcohol/drug use or any other safety items of concern call 925-335-5888 or text  925-727-DONT. You can also submit a concern electronically 

    Martinez Unified School District celebrates the home languages of each of
    our students. We recognize that families may need interpretation services
    in order to access services and communicate with school district
    personnel. We can provide interpretation services when needed. Please
    call Amy Black (935-335-5959) should you require interpretation
    services.

    El Distrito escolar unificado de Martínez celebra la variedad de idiomas
    primarias de nuestros estudiantes. Reconocemos que algunas familias puedan
    necesitar servicios de intérprete para tener acceso a los servicios y
    comunicarse con personal del distrito escolar. Podemos proveer servicios de
    intérprete cuando sea necesario. Favor de comunicarse con Amy Black
    (925-335-5959) si requiere servicios de intérprete.

    Emergency Reunification/Prevention Plan

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    Click HERE for more information on how to be prepared and what to do in the event of an emergency.