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According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the month of May is designated as Mental Health Awareness Month to shed light on mental health challenges and promote support systems.
MPUSD wants our students, families and staff to know Tuesday, May 10, 2022 is
MPUSD and Freedom Soul Media Education Initiatives (FSMEI) is offering a program to improve access to culturally-relevant learning opportunities for students and community members.
Three MPUSD staff members named Monterey County Office of Education Classified School Employee of the Year
On Friday, three MPUSD staff members were honored by the Monterey County Office of Education with an MCOE Classified School Employee of the Year award.
Seaside families graduate from 2022 Strengthening Families Program/Familias costeras se gradúan del Programa de Fortalecimiento de Familias 2022
Early February, MPUSD teamed up with Partners For Peace to offer the Strengthening Families Program within the Seaside community.
We hope you’re enjoying Spring Break. We want to provide a reminder about the availability of FREE COVID-19 take-home rapid tests at our MPUSD COVID-19 testing center offered through our partner Heal 360.
Through our multi-tiered system of support, students, parents, and staff have access to information about many complex health and wellness issues facing our community, including drug and alcohol use and prevention.
On Monday, March 7, student leaders from all four MPUSD high schools joined a conversation about race through a program called SLAM! - Student Leaders’ Anti-Racist Movement.
The Monterey Peninsula Unified School District is piloting a teen Mental Health First Aid (tMHFA) program at Marina High School. Students have participated in one of three sessions to date, and will engage in a second session on March 3, 2022 from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. at Marina High School.