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Homework Help & Math Lab Information

 

Homework Help & Math Lab will be starting MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 22nd.  It will be held every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm. Please click here to view the schedule.  Homework Help is help for all subjects (ELA, Social Studies, Science, other) and Math Lab is specifically for students that need help with Math.  Students are expected to stay the entire hour unless signed out early by a parent/family member.  There will be no agreement or pass necessary this year to attend, this is a drop in program, so go when you need the extra help, but be aware that poor behavior may limit you from attending.

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Attention Budding Scientists!

Interested in Marine Biology and dissection?  How about creative innovation?  A career in Engineering?  Well, have we got news for you!  We are partnering with ExplorOcean to offer "Afternoon Awesomeness with Science" on Thursday afternoons throughout this school year.  A flier is attached, and you can learn more about the program and how to become involved.  We hope you'll join us!  Participation is limited, so make sure you register soon!

Click Here to access our flier for more information!

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New Skateboard Policy
As  you  know,  safety  at  Masuda has been, and continues to be, our number one concern for our Monarchs.  Since the school year began, we’ve had three serious student skatebo... Continue
Posted by: Jay Adams
Published: 10/31/14

Vote for Masuda's Battle of the Banners Art Contest before November 7th
Please vote for the Masuda PAL's Battle of the Banners poster. The winning banner will become the logo for next year's Red Ribbon activities.  Masuda's poster is #27.

 

ONLINE VOTING is open until No... Continue
Posted by: Kim Nguyen
Published: 10/24/14

have a fun, safe, and spooky halloween!

2014-15 GATE Testing

Parent and teacher nominations for the Gifted and Talented (GATE) Program will be open from October 27th-November 7th, 2014.  Information and nomination packets can be picked up in the school office during that time.  Students in grades 6-7 are eligible for nomination.  A student may test for GATE admission a total of 3 times, but not more than 2 years consecutively.  A student may be nominated for GATE testing twice by a parent--after that only by a teacher.

For more information, contact your child’s teacher or Mrs. Spirk in the school office.  All nomination packets MUST be turned in ON or BEFORE November 7, 2014.  No exceptions.

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Mr. Mayfield's 2014 Washington DC Trip

Masuda Middle School

17415 Los Jardines West

Fountain Valley, CA 92708

Office Hours:

8:00am - 4:00pm

714-378-4250

714-378-4259 fax

Top 4 Front Office Tips

  1. Please advise the front office of any changes to your emergency card.  For your child's safety, it is imperative that these cards are kept current.
  2. Please arrive to school on time.  Late students should report to the front office with a signed note from the parent or doctor.  These notes will be kept on file in the office.  With a few exceptions, tardies are considered excused for medical reasons only.
  3. Please call the front office at 714 378-4250 each morning your child is absent.  If you send an excuse note, please be sure a copy is provided to the front office.
  4. The office does not disrupt classes to let students know that items have been dropped off for them.  Please advise your child to check the drop-off table outside the front office if they notice they are missing items like lunch, p.e. clothes, housekeys, books, projects, etc. They may do this between classes or during recess.  Items are left at your own risk.